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2014 Bowman Chrome Mini Baseball is back for a second year as a factory set promising rookies, prospects and lots of Refractors. Each set has 330 cards plus at least 30 Refractors.
2014 Panini National Treasures Baseball sees the ultra high-end brand return after a one-year absence. Boxes have eight hits including at least four autographs and one book card.
Led by Jim Thome and Chipper Jones, 1991 Bowman Baseball has a loaded checklist as far as rookies go. However a plain design and massive print run keep it from reaching the heights it did a year later.
Not only does the 2014 Panini USA Baseball factory set offer a comprehensive look at the 18U, 15U and Collegiate national teams, but it has lots of additional content as well. Each set has nine hits including seven autographs.
2014 Bowman Draft Baseball focuses on the latest batch of players to get picked by MLB squads. Every hobby box promises one autograph.
Once again reaching into the past, 2015 Topps Archives Baseball is a nostalgic trip through the hobby. Boxes come with a pair of on-card autographs.
The wild ’90s are back. 2014 Topps High Tek Baseball sees the revamped return of one of the most unique sets ever made. The product has lots of designs and variations, acetate stock and on-card autographs.
2014 Leaf Trinity Baseball has just three types of cards, all of which are highlighted by on-card autographs. Every card in the prospect-driven release is either an autographed patch, inscription or done on clear plexiglass.
2014 Topps Five Star Baseball focuses on big hits. The ultra high-end product includes at least five on-card autographs per box plus one additional premium autograph or relic.
2015 Topps Stadium Club Baseball puts the focus on photography once again. At the same time it switches up the configuration from the previous year, going back to more traditional boxes. Each hobby box has a pair of autographs.
2014 Topps Dynasty Baseball is the most expensive product the company has every produced. Every card in the product is either an autographed memorabilia card or a cut signature from an all-time great. Extremely limited, Topps is pledging a carefully selected checklist.
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.
The online-exclusive 2014 Donruss The Rookies Baseball box collects and expands upon the inserts released earlier in the season. Each set also has an exclusive autograph.
2014 Donruss Baseball is getting the factory set treatment. The online-exclusive has all 355 main cards (including short prints) plus one exclusive autograph or memorabilia card.
After debuting as an Asian exclusive, 2014 Topps Supreme Baseball marks the brand’s North American diamond debut. Every box of the high-end product comes with two autographs.
2014 Leaf Valiant Baseball sticks with what the brand is known for: autographs, prospects and elegant designs. Boxes of the all-autograph product have eight cards.
Filling in the gaps from the main Heritage checklist, 2014 Topps Heritage High Number Baseball is a factory set that includes a 100-card base set along with one on-card autograph.
2014 Panini Classics Baseball centers on several generations of baseball stars. Boxes come with two autographs and two memorabilia cards. The set is notable for having the first memorabilia cards of Roger Bresnehan, Gabby Hartnett and Bob Meusel.
2014 Panini Hall of Fame 75th Anniversary Baseball brings with it a checklist that’s all Cooperstown inductees. Boxes come with two autographs and a handful of inserts that should be familiar to a lot of collectors.
2014 Topps Chrome Update Series Baseball is back as an exclusive to specially marked retail Holiday Mega Boxes. Each has a pair of Chrome Update packs.