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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.
Offering collectors a way to celebrate the MLB title winners, the 2015 Topps World Series Champions Team Set includes a 40-card set for the winning team.
Mixing a quality design and on-card signatures, 2015 Leaf Ultimate Draft Baseball features only autographs in the entire product. The prospect-heavy release includes seven signed cards per box.
2015 Topps Heritage High Number Baseball removes the box set format of the previous few years. Instead it returns to a more traditional pack-based format. Hobby boxes have either an autograph or memorabilia card.
For those that are up for the challenge, 2015 Topps High Tek Baseball returns with wild designs mixing foil, acetate and plenty of patterns. Single-pack boxes come with one autograph.
Featuring on-card autographs and impressive images, 2015 Topps Vault Originals Baseball yields one oversized card per pack. The 5 x 7 cards are each numbered to 99 or less, and the checklist covers players from the past, present and future.
2015 Topps Supreme Baseball sees the return of an all-autograph configuration. Each box has two cards. Unlike the previous year where everything used stickers, on-card signatures are mixed in.
Featuring top high school players, 2015 Leaf Perfect Game National Showcase Baseball is an extreme prospecting experience. Each box includes 25 autographs.
2015 Leaf Best of Baseball continues as one of the hobby’s first repurchased products. Boxes deliver one high-end item from the past as well as an exclusive card of Red Sox prospect Yoan Moncada.
Featuring signed baseball cards for Jameis Winston and Yoan Moncada, 2015 Leaf Metal Draft Baseball includes seven autographs per box.
Now in its tenth season, 2015 Topps Triple Threads Baseball sticks with a similar format that mixes lots of low-numbered autographs and memorabilia cards.
While it still boasts the same high-end content, 2015 Topps Five Star Baseball has been reconfigured to make boxes more manageable. Each box comes with a pair of autographs or autographed relics.
Long one of the cornerstone prospecting products, 2015 Bowman Chrome Baseball delivers a pair of autographs in every hobby box.
2015 Topps Allen & Ginter X: 10th Anniversary Issue Baseball offers an online-exclusive, A&G spinoff product. Featuring black card stock, boxes average two hits.
2015 Panini Immaculate Baseball is virtually all autographs and memorabilia cards. Like previous sets for the brand, there’s a bigger focus on unique memorabilia in particular.
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.
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.
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.