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2015 Panini Contenders Baseball returns to the hobby with a college theme. The revamped product includes six autographs per box.
One of the top high-end baseball options in the Panini lineup, 2015 Panini National Treasures Baseball returns with a focus on impressive memorabilia cards and hard-signed content. Each box includes eight total hits.
Centered on the top young players, 2015 Panini Elite Extra Edition Baseball offers autographs for many key prospects and 2015 MLB draftees. Each hobby box includes six autographs.
2015 Bowman Draft Baseball tackles the 2015 MLB Draft with base, Chrome and autograph cards. Hobby boxes promise one autograph, Jumbo boxes include three and Super Jumbo boxes yield five autographs.
After a decade away from the hobby, 2015 Bowman’s Best Baseball makes a triumphant return. Hobby boxes promise four autographs.
Featuring a detailed look at the 14U, 15U, 17U, 18U and the Collegiate National Teams, 2015 Panini USA Baseball is a factory set with some extras. Each set includes seven autographs and two memorabilia cards.
2016 Topps Pro Debut Baseball takes the flagship design to minor league baseball. Hobby boxes include two autographs and two relics.
Showcasing on-card autographs, 2015 Leaf 25th Baseball looks back at the 25th anniversary of 1990 Leaf with a modern twist. Boxes include four autographs.
Issued in a case break configuration, 2015 Topps Tribute Special Edition Baseball features the refurbished autographs from the original 2015 Tribute Baseball release. Each box includes 24 autographs and 30 relics.
2015 Topps Dynasty Baseball is the sophomore release of the card maker’s ultra-premium product. Boxes have one high-end autographed patch, retired-star autographed dual relic or cut signature. There are also Will Ferrell autographs.
2016 Topps Stadium Club Baseball continues its legacy as a photography-focused release. Each hobby box includes two autographs and several inserts.
2015 Topps Archives Signature Series Baseball highlights the retired greats of the MLB with autographed buyback cards. Each box include one numbered buyback card featuring an on-card signature.
Part two of the flagship release, 2016 Topps Series 2 Baseball picks up from Series 1 with several new inserts and an updated checklist. Hobby boxes promise one autograph relic while Jumbo boxes yield one autograph and two relics.
Back with a new format, 2015 Topps Mini Baseball Complete Set shrinks the flagship release and adds 11 parallels and ten bonus cards per box set.
Only featuring subjects from the Baseball Hall of Fame, 2015 Leaf History of Baseball Cut Signature Edition includes cut autographs for many of the top names in MLB history, including Babe Ruth and Joe DiMaggio.
2015 Topps Limited Baseball Complete Set puts an online-exclusive spin on flagship Topps baseball. Each set includes 700 cards and there are less than 1,000 sets in total.
2015 Topps Chrome Update Series Baseball is a retail-exclusive release only found in specially marked Holiday Mega Boxes. Featuring two packs per box, each card has a unique Refractor finish.
2015 Topps Update Series Baseball adds another 400 cards to the flagship line, focusing largely on rookies and players in new uniforms.
2015 Topps Heritage Minor League Baseball mixes old designs with today’s prospects. Taking from the 1966 Topps Baseball design, boxes of the retro-styled product have two autographs and one relic card.
2015 Topps Heritage ’51 Collection Baseball brings back the 1951 Topps Baseball design with premium factory set format. Each one comes with a 104-card set, an autograph and 21 parallels.