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2015 Topps Chrome Baseball once again mixes shiny chromium card stock, Refractors and rookie autographs. Hobby boxes have a pair of signed cards while jumbo boxes have five.
2016 Topps Series 1 Baseball kicks off the upcoming season with a border-less base design and plenty more. Check out the early details for one of the biggest sets of the year.
Focusing on the simple side of collecting, 2016 Topps MLB Sticker Collection features team mascots and top players in a 301-card set.
2015 Topps Allen & Ginter Baseball marks the brand’s tenth anniversary since its revival. Like it has for the past ten years, the product mixes old-time designs, wacky inserts, autographs and memorabilia.
Featuring all on-card autographs, 2016 Topps Tribute Baseball is a premium release that includes three autographs and three relic cards per box.
2015 Topps Finest Baseball continues with the brand’s tradition of offering cards that look a lot different than anything else on the market. The mini-box configuration continues with each master box promising a pair of autographs.
As far as rookies go, 1996 Bowman Baseball may be the weakest the brand has ever seen. However, the release does boast a larger number of inserts and an important tweak that is still used today.
A new standalone MLB product, 2015 Topps Strata Baseball presents the popular design as a hit-only release. The product features two hits per box and autographs are signed on-card. Particularly noteworthy, the Clearly Authentic inserts all include an MLB Authentication sticker.
Once upon a time, Andruw Jones and 1995 Bowman Baseball were among the hottest things in the hobby land. But after lots of dark and stormy nights, the product doesn’t hold quite the same appeal today.
2015 Panini Cooperstown Baseball returns with a more premium configuration than years past. Each single-pack box includes a pair of Hall of Fame autographs.
2015 Bowman Inception Baseball combines stylized designs, prospects and plenty of autographs. Single-pack boxes deliver four autographs and one autographed relic.
1973 Topps Baseball might lack the cult following of some of the other 1970s Topps sets, but the stacked checklist and condition-sensitive nature give it serious staying power among rookie card and set collectors. Mike Schmidt is the key rookie option.
Jorge Posada and Torii Hunter highlight the 1994 Bowman Baseball checklist. While it may not rank among the strongest modern Bowman sets, it’s still respectable.
With its psychedelic design, 1972 Topps Baseball is instantly recognizable. The Carlton Fisk rookie is the key card in the large checklist and is joined by several new subsets.
Best known for its condition-sensitive black borders, 1971 Topps Baseball is very tough to find in high-grade. Key rookie cards include Bert Blyleven, Steve Garvey and a multi-player card with Don Baylor and Dusty Baker.
Although it’s not a traditional trading card set, 2015 Topps Fire Baseball prints capture the same intense and stylized look as the brand’s football debut. Each print is signed and numbered by the artist, Tyson Beck.
While it won’t win any beauty contests, 1970 Topps includes a deep checklist, the rookie card for Thurman Munson, and a variety of different insert sets.
Easily one of the most popular sets of the 1960’s, 1969 Topps Baseball serves as a perfect bookend for the decade with its star power, key rookies and quirky variations. Top options include Reggie Jackson and Rollie Fingers rookie cards, as well as Mickey Mantle’s final regular issue card.
While the design is not ideal, 1968 Topps Baseball features one of the biggest cards in post-war collecting history. Nolan Ryan and Johnny Bench rookie cards headline the popular product .
1950 Bowman Baseball might not have the major rookie cards, but it’s certainly a thing of beauty to behold. And considering its age, one of the more affordable major sets of the era.