2014 Topps Series 2 Retail Commemorative Patch Guide

2014 Topps Series 2 Retail Commemorative Patch Guide

All-Rookie Cup

Manufactured patch card exclusives have become a staple for flagship Topps baseball releases in recent years. Sticking with the same pattern are the 2014 Topps Series 2 All-Star Rookie and Commemorative Patch cards.

As with other sets, including patch cards from Series 1, they are inserted one per blaster box. There are 50 different patch cards that are divided equally between two different sets. Commemorative Patch cards return. These have a mix of patches that range from logos to special events to mascots.

All-Star Rookie Patch cards highlight 25 players who have been named to Topps' annual list of the top first-year players. The patches on these cards come in the form of a Topps Rookie Cup. Patch designs vary based on the era the player is from.

The retail patch cards aren't found in the regular packs inside blaster boxes. Rather, the come in their own separate pack.

Below is a full guide to all of the 2014 Topps Series 2 All-Star Rookie retail patch cards including images of every cards. You can see the Commemorative Patches by clicking on the tab above.

2014 Topps Series 2 Baseball All-Star Rookie Patch Guide

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2014 Topps Series 2 Baseball Commemorative Patch Visual Guide

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User Comments

  1. Typical Topps trash once again! At least they are consistent. Series one patches were also off centered during manufacturing or covered logos from the edge of the card around the logo. I sure hope that MLB takes a serious look at the product that Topps is putting out representing their sport and opts for other companies the chance to compete with their ideas and product instead of us collectors being stuck with the garbage they have been producing. If I was a designer for Topps and specifically these patch cards I would be embarassed to admit having anything to do with the designing or manufacturing of these cards. Topps employees have become very complacent and seem to have the attitude with their products that, that is good enough instead of trying to achieve higher standards with a quality product. There new promotion for this year rings true – The Future Is Now. It’s time the other companies put some pressure on MLB to showcase what they can do!

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