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1972 Kellogg’s All-Time Baseball Greats is an overlooked gem in the hobby. Extremely affordable, the 3-D set consists of only Hall of Famers.
2013 Leaf Trinity Baseball is an all-autograph release in which all cards are an inscription, autographed patch or signed on glass-like stock. The product includes Kris Bryant, Jose Abreu and Mark Appel.
2014 Topps Pro Debut Baseball offers a minor league spin on the flagship product. Boxes promise a pair of autographs, a relic card and a manufactured patch card.
2013 Panini America’s Pastime Baseball is a super premium set that mixes past, present and future stars. Highlights include National Treasures-themed rookies, bat knobs and plenty of high-end memorabilia. Boxes come with three autographs, a book card and two memorabilia cards.
Although the cards may not be worth much today, 1991 Upper Deck Baseball is one of the era’s most attractive sets. Highlights include rookie cards of Chipper Jones and Jeff Bagwell as well as the first Michael Jordan baseball card.
Nobody can accuse 2014 Topps Finest Baseball of not being colorful. Hobby boxes come with a pair of on-card autographs.
2013 Panini Elite Extra Edition Baseball goes deep in bringing prospects and autographs to the hobby. Boxes promise at least six autographs from a checklist that includes more than 200 signers.
The familiar combination of Refractors, rookies, autographs and shiny cards returns with 2014 Topps Chrome Baseball. Every hobby box includes a pair of signed cards.
Returning to the diamond after a 15-year absence, 2013 Select Baseball delivers four autographs in every box. Other highlights include five Prizm parallels and several inserts. Along with the brand, several inserts have also been brought back.
The 2014 Topps Baseball Complete Set – Hobby Edition comes with the full Series 1 and Series 2 sets plus a pack of five exclusive Orange parallels. The factory set is one of the hobby’s oldest traditions.
Showcasing the career of the all-time great, 2013 Leaf Ichiro Immortals Collection is highlighted by an Ichiro Suzuki autograph in every box. The ultra high-end set is limited to 300 boxes.
2013 Topps Heritage High Number Baseball is a limited edition factory set offered initially as an online exclusive. Each set comes with a 100-card base set and an on-card autograph. Signers include Yasiel Puig and Manny Machado.
Focused on delivering the most prospect and rookie autograph content of the year, 2013 Bowman Sterling Baseball delivers 3 signatures in every pack. That’s 18 autographs per box.
2013 Bowman Draft Picks & Prospects Baseball goes deep into baseball’s future including many top picks from the 2013 MLB draft. Every box promises one Bowman Chrome autograph. New cards feature draft day photos.
1948-49 Leaf Baseball is a hobby classic. The first color set of baseball cards following WWII, the checklist includes rookie cards of Jackie Robinson, Satchel Paige and several other all-time greats.
2014 Bowman Platinum Baseball offers a more hits-focused look at baseball’s top prospects. Hobby boxes promise two autographs and an autographed relic.
2005 Topps Turkey Red Baseball hit at a time when modern retro-themed sets were hitting their stride. Featuring variations, short prints, autographs and parallels, in many ways, it helped establish the format perfected by Topps Allen & Ginter.
The ultra high-end brand returns for a second go on the diamond. 2013 Topps Five Star Baseball includes 4 autographs and a premium relic in every box, including many cornerstone pieces.
Given out to troops involved in the first Gulf War, 1991 Topps Desert Shield Baseball is one of the most valuable and historical sets from the early 1990s. Unfortunately, it’s also known for fakes.
2013 Topps Finest Baseball goes back to its roots with inserts inspired by the brand’s debut 20 years ago. But it’s not all retro. Far from it. Collectors can look for the familiar Refractors, rookie autographs and all-new designs.