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2014 Bowman Chrome Baseball is going through some changes. These include new inserts and Refractors. However, the biggest adjustment is the promise of two autographs per hobby box instead of one.
2010 Topps Update is the final chapter in the 2010 Topps Baseball Trilogy. Stephen Strasburg’s rookie card headlines the wrap-up product, along with multiple All-Star Stitches inserts, new SP variations and more.
Once one of the crown jewels of 1980s baseball card sets, 1986 Donruss Baseball isn’t worth what it once was. That said, it has a strong checklist of rookies that includes Jose Canseco, Fred McGriff, Andres Galarraga and Paul O’Neill.
2010 Topps Series 2 Baseball continues where Series 1 left off and also includes several new additions, such as History of the World Series, Vintage Legends Collection, Topps 2020, Red Hot Rookie Redemptions and Create Your Own Sketch Cards.
2010 Topps Series 1 Baseball looks at the game’s past, present, and future. In addition to autograph, relic, and insert cards, SP variations add a chase for collectors centered around the unlikely trio of baseball legends, pies and Abraham Lincoln.
2011 Topps Series 2 Baseball picks up where Series 1 left off. The Diamond Anniversary is still the focus and a new slate of Diamond Sparkle variations offer an intriguing chase. Hobby boxes promise 1 autograph or relic and Jumbo boxes yield 1 autographs and 2 relics.
2014 Leaf Legends of the Diamond Baseball is a mix of old and new. Each box includes a graded vintage card from a Hall of Famer or notable snub along with a new art card.
2011 Topps celebrates it’s Diamond Anniversary through a 60-year retrospective of both the hobby and the game of baseball. All the bells and whistles of past Topps sets will be present with a slew of celebratory aspects, including the Diamond Giveaway, Legends and Diamond Sparkle variations, and plenty of autographs.
Sticking largely with what has worked in the past, 2014 Topps Triple Threads Baseball once again delivers four low-numbered hits in every box. High-end autograph and memorabilia cards continue to be the big draw.
Available only in Asia, the hit-centered 2013 Topps Supreme Baseball includes two autographs per hobby box and 40 autographs per case.
1996 Topps Laser Baseball has one of the most out-there designs to ever grace the hobby. Going far beyond traditional die-cuts, the unique set has a simple but challenging configuration.
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.