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2015 Topps Tier One Baseball is back as an all-hits product. Each box comes with a pair of autographs, most of which are signed on-card, and one relic card.
Featuring a wide variety of athletes, 1951 Berk Ross is still mostly known for the many baseball subjects. Joe DiMaggio, Stan Musial and Whitey Ford are the key options. It is also the place to find the first card for basketball star Bob Cousy.
1948-49 Leaf Baseball is a hobby classic. The first color set of baseball cards following WWII, the checklist includes rookie cards for Jackie Robinson and Satchel Paige, as well as key cards for several other all-time greats.
Closely resembling T206 cards, 1910-19 T213 Coupon Baseball was offered in three releases spread over a decade. Multiple Hall of Fame players bolster the limited regional set.
1988 Donruss Baseball isn’t the most exciting set to look at. It’s also far from the rarest. However, it does include rookie cards of Roberto Alomar and Tom Glavine.
The third and final set in Gum, Inc. line’s original run, 1941 Play Ball Baseball features an improved look and another strong checklist. Highlights include Joe DiMaggio, Ted Williams and Pee Wee Reese.
The final release from Goudey, 1941 Goudey Baseball is not the strongest effort from the company, but the colorful look makes it stand out. Led by Hall of Fame players Carl Hubbell and Mel Ott, there are actually four versions of each card and several short prints.
Featuring two players per card, 1941 Double Play Baseball lives up to its name. The two-in-one set pairs teammates and is headlined by many Hall of Fame subjects, including Ted Williams and Joe DiMaggio.
1940 Play Ball Baseball offers a deep checklist that is headlined by Shoeless Joe Jackson, Joe DiMaggio and Ted Williams. The black-and-white set is considered by many collectors to be one of the best the hobby has ever produced.
A favorite among vintage collectors, 1939 Play Ball Baseball was part of the groundwork for what would become the Bowman brand. Key cards include Ted Williams and Joe DiMaggio.
Led by Joe DiMaggio, Bob Feller, Hank Greenberg and Jimmie Foxx, 1938 Goudey Baseball marked a strong return for the brand after several down years. The cartoon design makes the 48-card set easy to recognize.
1936 Goudey Baseball is a black-and-white release that features a card game as part of the 25-card set. The small checklist includes key cards for Hank Greenberg and Mickey Cochrane.
1935 Goudey Baseball features a four-in-one design that can be combined to form a larger image with the card backs. The clear favorite card in the set includes Babe Ruth and is one of the last cardboard options from his active player career.
Led by over 30 Hall of Fame players, 1934-36 Diamond Stars Baseball is a beautiful vintage set. However, the printing and release of the 108-card set over three years can make things a little confusing, especially for new collectors.
The 1974 McDonald’s San Diego Padres Discs are a relatively inexpensive food-issue set. Included on the checklist is one of the first cards of Dave Winfield.
Featuring several color variations and a die-cut design, 1934-36 Batter Up Baseball is a unique vintage set. Jimmie Foxx, Dizzy Dean and Rogers Hornsby are some of the key card options.
After a decade away from the hobby, 2015 Bowman’s Best Baseball returns as a standalone brand. Hobby boxes promise four autographs. The product has a mix of new designs and nods to the past.
1934 Goudey Baseball may not match the checklist of the 1933 release, but the appealing design combined with many Hall of Fame options offers a great vintage set for collectors. Lou Gehrig, Jimmie Foxx and Hank Greenberg are the key cards.
One of the more obscure 1930s releases, 1933 Tattoo Orbit Baseball is a colorful card set originally found in gum packages. A limited Rogers Hornsby card is the key option in the release.
A multi-sport set for the ages, 1933 Sport Kings is visually appealing and loaded with Hall of Fame talent from multiple athletic arenas. The baseball subjects, including Babe Ruth and Ty Cobb, are the most popular, but Jim Thorpe and Bobby Jones are among many of the other sought-after non-baseball cards.