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2015 Topps Five Star Baseball Cards

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2015 Topps Five Star Baseball keeps the high-end content. However, by cutting the number of cards per box, it has been reconfigured to make it a little more accessible to a broader audience. Instead of six hits per box like in 2014, there are just two and all of them are autographs.

Five Star Autographs are essentially the base portion of the all-hits release. Like every card in the product that isn't a cut signature, autographs are on-card. With more than 100 players, the checklist is big. In addition to the regular versions, there are Gold (#/50), Rainbow (#/25), Emerald (#/5) and Five Star (1/1) parallels.

Five Tool Autographs highlight players who have skills in every part of the game, both at the plate and in the field.

Silver Signatures (#/50) and Golden Graphs (#/50) return with colored ink done on a black background. Both have Purple (#/25), Blue (#/20), Green (#/15), Gold (#/10), Orange (#/5) and Red (1/1) parallels.

2015 Topps Five Star Baseball does have some relics, but they're all signed. More than 15 players have Autographed Jumbo Patch cards (#/35) that have an over-sized swatch to go with an on-card signature. Parallels come in Gold (#/10), Rainbow (#/5) and Five Star (1/1). There are also more than 40 MLB Silhouetted Batter Logo Patch Autograph cards. Each of these is a one-of-one so pulling one from a pack is going to be far from easy.

Cut Signatures are all one-of-ones. Besides single-player cuts, 2015 Topps Five Star Baseball has a couple of book versions with multiple signatures. Hall of Fame Class Cut Signature Books have autographs from all of the players elected in the same year. There's also Legendary Lineups Cut Signature Books that have eight players that took to the field together.

Product Configuration: 1 pack per box, 2 card per pack
Price Point: High-End Baseball Card
Target Audience: Hit Seekers, Autograph Collectors

2015 Topps Five Star Baseball Box Break

  • 2 Autograph, Autographed Relic or Cut Signature Cards
  • 2 Total Cards
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Set Checklist

2015 Topps Five Star Baseball Set Checklist

Base Autographs Set Checklist

104 cards. Rookie subjects are noted below.
PARALLEL CARDS: Gold #/50, Rainbow #/25, Emerald #/5, Five Star 1/1
2015 Topps Five Star Baseball Base Autograph Joc Pederson

FSA-AB Archie Bradley - Arizona Diamondbacks Rookie
FSA-ACO A.J. Cole - Washington Nationals Rookie
FSA-AG Andres Galarraga - Colorado Rockies
FSA-AGA Andres Galarraga - Montréal Expos
FSA-AJ Andruw Jones - Atlanta Braves
FSA-AL Al Leiter - New York Mets
FSA-ARU Addison Russell - Chicago Cubs Rookie
FSA-BB Brandon Belt - San Francisco Giants
FSA-BBR Bryce Brentz - Boston Red Sox Rookie
FSA-BBU Byron Buxton - Minnesota Twins Rookie
FSA-BF Brandon Finnegan - Kansas City Royals Rookie
FSA-BH Bryce Harper - Washington Nationals
FSA-BJ Bo Jackson - Kansas City Royals
FSA-BL Barry Larkin - Cincinnati Reds
FSA-BP Buster Posey - San Francisco Giants
FSA-BS Blake Swihart - Boston Red Sox Rookie
FSA-BW Bernie Williams - New York Yankees
FSA-CB Craig Biggio - Houston Astros
FSA-CD Carlos Delgado - Toronto Blue Jays
FSA-CJ Chipper Jones - Atlanta Braves
FSA-CK Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
FSA-CKL Corey Kluber - Cleveland Indians
FSA-CR Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
FSA-CRO Carlos Rodon - Chicago White Sox Rookie
FSA-DE Dennis Eckersley - Oakland Athletics
FSA-DF Doug Fister - Washington Nationals
FSA-DG Didi Gregorius - New York Yankees
FSA-DM Don Mattingly - New York Yankees
FSA-DO David Ortiz - Boston Red Sox
FSA-EE Edwin Encarnacion - Toronto Blue Jays
FSA-EI Ender Inciarte - Arizona Diamondbacks
FSA-EL Evan Longoria - Tampa Bay Rays
FSA-EM Edgar Martinez - Seattle Mariners
FSA-FF Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
FSA-FL Francisco Lindor - Cleveland Indians Rookie
FSA-FR Frank Robinson - Baltimore Orioles
FSA-FT Frank Thomas - Chicago White Sox
FSA-FV Fernando Valenzuela - Los Angeles Dodgers
FSA-HA Hank Aaron - Atlanta Braves
FSA-HR Hanley Ramirez - Boston Red Sox
FSA-I Ichiro - Miami Marlins
FSA-JA Jose Abreu - Chicago White Sox
FSA-JAL Jose Altuve - Houston Astros
FSA-JB Johnny Bench - Cincinnati Reds
FSA-JBA Javier Baez - Chicago Cubs Rookie
FSA-JD Jacob deGrom - New York Mets
FSA-JH Josh Harrison - Pittsburgh Pirates
FSA-JHK Jung-Ho Kang - Pittsburgh Pirates Rookie
FSA-JL Jon Lester - Chicago Cubs
FSA-JLI Jacob Lindgren - New York Yankees Rookie
FSA-JP Joc Pederson - Los Angeles Dodgers Rookie
FSA-JPI Jose Pirela - New York Yankees Rookie
FSA-JS John Smoltz - Atlanta Braves
FSA-JSH James Shields - San Diego Padres
FSA-JSO Jorge Soler - Chicago Cubs Rookie
FSA-JUG Juan Gonzalez - Texas Rangers
FSA-KB Kris Bryant - Chicago Cubs Rookie
FSA-KC Kole Calhoun - Los Angeles Angels
FSA-KG Ken Griffey Jr. - Seattle Mariners
FSA-KP Kevin Plawecki - New York Mets Rookie
FSA-MC Matt Carpenter - St. Louis Cardinals
FSA-MFR Maikel Franco - Philadelphia Phillies Rookie
FSA-MG Mark Grace - Chicago Cubs
FSA-MGR Marquis Grissom - Montréal Expos
FSA-MJ Micah Johnson - Chicago White Sox Rookie
FSA-MM Mark McGwire - Oakland Athletics
FSA-MP Mike Piazza - New York Mets
FSA-MR Mariano Rivera - New York Yankees
FSA-MT Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
FSA-MTA Michael Taylor - Washington Nationals Rookie
FSA-MW Matt Wisler - Atlanta Braves Rookie
FSA-MWA Michael Wacha - St. Louis Cardinals
FSA-MZ Mike Zunino - Seattle Mariners
FSA-NG Nomar Garciaparra - Boston Red Sox
FSA-NR Nolan Ryan - Texas Rangers
FSA-NS Noah Syndergaard - New York Mets Rookie
FSA-OS Ozzie Smith - St. Louis Cardinals
FSA-OV Omar Vizquel - Cleveland Indians
FSA-PF Prince Fielder - Texas Rangers
FSA-PO Paul O'Neill - New York Yankees
FSA-PS Pablo Sandoval - Boston Red Sox
FSA-RB Ryan Braun - Milwaukee Brewers
FSA-RC Roger Clemens - Boston Red Sox
FSA-RCA Robinson Cano - Seattle Mariners
FSA-RH Rickey Henderson - Oakland Athletics
FSA-RI Raisel Iglesias - Cincinnati Reds Rookie
FSA-RJ Randy Johnson - Seattle Mariners
FSA-RJA Reggie Jackson - New York Yankees
FSA-RO Roberto Osuna - Toronto Blue Jays
FSA-RP Rick Porcello - Boston Red Sox
FSA-RPA Rafael Palmeiro - Texas Rangers
FSA-RS Ryne Sandberg - Chicago Cubs
FSA-RUC Rusney Castillo - Boston Red Sox Rookie
FSA-SC Steve Carlton - Philadelphia Phillies
FSA-SG Shawn Green - Los Angeles Dodgers
FSA-SK Sandy Koufax - Brooklyn Dodgers
FSA-SM Starling Marte - Pittsburgh Pirates
FSA-SMA Steven Matz - New York Mets Rookie
FSA-SS Steven Souza - Tampa Bay Rays
FSA-TG Tom Glavine - Atlanta Braves
FSA-VC Vinny Castilla - Colorado Rockies
FSA-WB Wade Boggs - Boston Red Sox
FSA-YGO Yan Gomes - Cleveland Indians
FSA-YT Yasmany Tomas - Arizona Diamondbacks Rookie

Autographed Jumbo Patch Set Checklist

19 cards. Serial numbered #/35.
PARALLEL CARDS: Gold #/10, Rainbow #/5, Five Star 1/1
2015 Topps Five Star Baseball Autographed Jumbo Patch Gold

FSAJ-AG Adrian Gonzalez - Los Angeles Dodgers
FSAJ-AJ Adam Jones - Baltimore Orioles
FSAJ-BB Brandon Belt - San Francisco Giants
FSAJ-BM Brian McCann - New York Yankees
FSAJ-CK Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
FSAJ-DG Didi Gregorius - New York Yankees
FSAJ-DO David Ortiz - Boston Red Sox
FSAJ-DW David Wright - New York Mets
FSAJ-EL Evan Longoria - Tampa Bay Rays
FSAJ-FF Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
FSAJ-JA Jose Altuve - Houston Astros
FSAJ-JB Javier Baez - Chicago Cubs
FSAJ-KG Ken Griffey Jr. - Cincinnati Reds
FSAJ-LD Lucas Duda - New York Mets
FSAJ-MA Matt Adams - St. Louis Cardinals
FSAJ-MC Matt Carpenter - St. Louis Cardinals
FSAJ-PG Paul Goldschmidt - Arizona Diamondbacks
FSAJ-RC Rusney Castillo - Boston Red Sox
FSAJ-RCA Robinson Cano - Seattle Mariners

Cut Signatures Set Checklist

100 cards. Serial numbered 1/1

FCS-AB Al Barlick - Major League Baseball
FCS-AL Al Lopez - Chicago White Sox
FCS-ALO Al Lopez - Chicago White Sox
FCS-AS Al Simmons - Philadelphia Athletics
FCS-BD Bill Dickey - New York Yankees
FCS-BDI Bill Dickey - New York Yankees
FCS-BDO Bobby Doerr - Boston Red Sox
FCS-BE Bill Veeck - Chicago White Sox
FCS-BF Bob Feller - Cleveland Indians
FCS-BH Billy Herman - Chicago Cubs
FCS-BHE Billy Herman - Chicago Cubs
FCS-BL Buck Leonard - First Baseman
FCS-BLE Buck Leonard - First Baseman
FCS-BLM Bob Lemon - Cleveland Indians
FCS-BM Billy Martin - New York Yankees
FCS-BMA Billy Martin - New York Yankees
FCS-BOL Bob Lemon - Cleveland Indians
FCS-BR Babe Ruth - New York Yankees
FCS-BT Bill Terry - New York Giants
FCS-BTE Bill Terry - New York Giants
FCS-BV Bill Veeck - Chicago White Sox
FCS-CAH Carl Hubbell - New York Giants
FCS-CG Charlie Gehringer - Detroit Tigers
FCS-CH Catfish Hunter - New York Yankees
FCS-CHU Carl Hubbell - New York Giants
FCS-CPB Cool Papa Bell - Pitcher
FCS-DD Don Drysdale - Los Angeles Dodgers
FCS-EA Earl Averill - Cleveland Indians
FCS-EB Ernie Banks - Chicago Cubs
FCS-EM Eddie Mathews - Atlanta Braves
FCS-ER Edd Roush - Cincinnati Reds
FCS-ERO Edd Roush - Cincinnati Reds
FCS-ES Enos Slaughter - St. Louis Cardinals
FCS-ESL Enos Slaughter - St. Louis Cardinals
FCS-EW Early Wynn - Chicago White Sox
FCS-EWE Earl Weaver - Baltimore Orioles
FCS-GEK George Kell - Detroit Tigers
FCS-GH Gabby Hartnett - Chicago Cubs
FCS-GK George Kell - Detroit Tigers
FCS-GKE George Kell - Detroit Tigers
FCS-GS George Sisler - St. Louis Browns
FCS-GSI George Sisler - St. Louis Browns
FCS-HG Hank Greenberg - Detroit Tigers
FCS-HGR Hank Greenberg - Detroit Tigers
FCS-HH Harry Hooper - Boston Red Sox
FCS-HHO Harry Hooper - Boston Red Sox
FCS-HK Harry Kalas - Philadelphia Phillies
FCS-HN Hal Newhouser - Detroit Tigers
FCS-HNE Hal Newhouser - Detroit Tigers
FCS-HW Hoyt Wilhelm - Chicago White Sox
FCS-HWI Hoyt Wilhelm - New York Giants
FCS-JB Jack Brickhouse - Detroit Tigers
FCS-JBR Jack Brickhouse - Detroit Tigers
FCS-JC Jocko Conlan - Major League Baseball
FCS-JD Joe DiMaggio - New York Yankees
FCS-JF Jimmie Foxx - Philadelphia Athletics
FCS-JJ Judy Johnson - Third Baseman
FCS-JM Joe Medwick - St. Louis Cardinals
FCS-JME Joe Medwick - St. Louis Cardinals
FCS-JMI Johnny Mize - St. Louis Cardinals
FCS-JOM Johnny Mize - New York Giants
FCS-JP Johnny Pesky - Boston Red Sox
FCS-JR Jackie Robinson - Brooklyn Dodgers
FCS-JS Joe Sewell - Cleveland Indians
FCS-JSE Joe Sewell - Cleveland Indians
FCS-KC Kiki Cuyler - Chicago Cubs
FCS-LA Luke Appling - Chicago White Sox
FCS-LB Lou Boudreau - Cleveland Indians
FCS-LG Lefty Gomez - New York Yankees
FCS-LGO Lefty Gomez - New York Yankees
FCS-LOB Lou Boudreau - Cleveland Indians
FCS-LW Lloyd Waner - Pittsburgh Pirates
FCS-MC Max Carey - Pittsburgh Pirates
FCS-MCO Mickey Cochrane - Philadelphia Athletics
FCS-NL Nap Lajoie - Cleveland Naps
FCS-PR Phil Rizzuto - New York Yankees
FCS-PRE Pee Wee Reese - Brooklyn Dodgers
FCS-PWR Pee Wee Reese - Brooklyn Dodgers
FCS-RB Red Barber - Brooklyn Dodgers
FCS-RD Ray Dandridge - Third Baseman
FCS-RF Rick Ferrell - St. Louis Browns
FCS-RH Rogers Hornsby - St. Louis Cardinals
FCS-RK Ralph Kiner - Pittsburgh Pirates
FCS-RM Roger Maris - New York Yankees
FCS-RR Red Ruffing - New York Yankees
FCS-RRU Red Ruffing - New York Yankees
FCS-RS Ron Santo - Chicago Cubs
FCS-RSA Ron Santo - Chicago Cubs
FCS-SC Stanley Coveleski - Cleveland Indians
FCS-SM Stan Musial - St. Louis Cardinals
FCS-SMU Stan Musial - St. Louis Cardinals
FCS-SP Satchel Paige - St. Louis Browns
FCS-TW Ted Williams - Boston Red Sox
FCS-WAS Warren Spahn - Milwaukee Braves
FCS-WG Warren Giles - National League
FCS-WH Waite Hoyt - New York Yankees
FCS-WS Willie Stargell - Pittsburgh Pirates
FCS-WSN Warren Spahn - Boston Braves
FCS-WSP Warren Spahn - Milwaukee Braves
FCS-WST Willie Stargell - Pittsburgh Pirates

Five Tool Autographs Set Checklist

22 cards. Serial numbered #/25.
2015 Topps Five Star Baseball Five Tools Bo Jackson

FTA-AD Andre Dawson - Chicago Cubs
FTA-AJ Adam Jones - Baltimore Orioles
FTA-BB Byron Buxton - Minnesota Twins
FTA-BH Bryce Harper - Washington Nationals
FTA-BJ Bo Jackson - Kansas City Royals
FTA-CB Craig Biggio - Houston Astros
FTA-CJ Chipper Jones - Atlanta Braves
FTA-DP Dustin Pedroia - Boston Red Sox
FTA-DW David Wright - New York Mets
FTA-HA Hank Aaron - Atlanta Braves
FTA-HR Hanley Ramirez - Boston Red Sox
FTA-I Ichiro - Miami Marlins
FTA-KB Kris Bryant - Chicago Cubs
FTA-KG Ken Griffey Jr. - Seattle Mariners
FTA-MM Manny Machado - Baltimore Orioles
FTA-MT Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
FTA-NG Nomar Garciaparra - Boston Red Sox
FTA-PG Paul Goldschmidt - Arizona Diamondbacks
FTA-PM Paul Molitor - Milwaukee Brewers
FTA-RB Ryan Braun - Milwaukee Brewers
FTA-RH Rickey Henderson - Oakland Athletics
FTA-SM Starling Marte - Pittsburgh Pirates

Golden Graphs Set Checklist

29 cards. Serial numbered #/50.
PARALLEL CARDS: Purple #/25, Blue #/20, Green #/15, Gold #/10, Orange #/5, Red 1/1
2015 Topps Five Star Baseball Golden Graphs Glavine

GG-AL Al Leiter - New York Yankees
GG-BL Barry Larkin - Cincinnati Reds
GG-CB Craig Biggio - Houston Astros
GG-CK Corey Kluber - Cleveland Indians
GG-DE Dennis Eckersley - Oakland Athletics
GG-DF Doug Fister - Washington Nationals
GG-DG Didi Gregorius - New York Yankees
GG-DM Don Mattingly - New York Yankees
GG-EE Edwin Encarnacion - Toronto Blue Jays
GG-FF Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
GG-FV Fernando Valenzuela - Los Angeles Dodgers
GG-JB Javier Baez - Chicago Cubs
GG-JD Jacob deGrom - New York Mets
GG-JH Josh Harrison - Pittsburgh Pirates
GG-JHK Jung-Ho Kang - Pittsburgh Pirates
GG-JLE Jon Lester - Chicago Cubs
GG-JP Joc Pederson - Los Angeles Dodgers
GG-JS James Shields - San Diego Padres
GG-JSM John Smoltz - Atlanta Braves
GG-KW Kolten Wong - St. Louis Cardinals
GG-MC Matt Carpenter - St. Louis Cardinals
GG-MF Maikel Franco - Philadelphia Phillies
GG-MG Mark Grace - Chicago Cubs
GG-OS Ozzie Smith - St. Louis Cardinals
GG-PF Prince Fielder - Texas Rangers
GG-RCL Roger Clemens - Boston Red Sox
GG-SG Sonny Gray - Oakland Athletics
GG-TG Tom Glavine - Atlanta Braves
GG-YT Yasmany Tomas - Arizona Diamondbacks

Hall of Fame Class Cut Signature Books Set Checklist

7 cards. Serial numbered 1/1

HOF-1 Ray Dandridge - Third Baseman
Catfish Hunter - Oakland Athletics
Billy Williams - Chicago Cubs
HOF-2 Branch Rickey - Brooklyn Dodgers
Lloyd Waner - Pittsburgh Pirates
Red Ruffing - New York Yankees
HOF-3 Jackie Robinson - Brooklyn Dodgers
Bob Feller - Cleveland Indians
Edd Roush - Cincinnati Reds
Bill McKechnie - Cincinnati Reds
HOF-4 Walter Alston - Los Angeles Dodgers
Juan Marichal - San Francisco Giants
Brooks Robinson - Baltimore Orioles
George Kell - Detroit Tigers
HOF-5 Frankie Frisch - St. Louis Cardinals
Lefty Grove - Philadelphia Athletics
Mickey Cochrane - Philadelphia Athletics
Carl Hubbell - New York Giants
HOF-6 Roy Campanella - Brooklyn Dodgers
Stan Musial - St. Louis Cardinals
Stan Coveleski - Cleveland Indians
Waite Hoyt - New York Yankees
HOF-7 Jesse Haines - St. Louis Cardinals
Ford Frick - Major League Baseball
Lou Boudreau - Cleveland Indians
Earle Combs - New York Yankees

Legendary Lineups Cut Signature Books Set Checklist

3 cards. Serial numbered 1/1

LLCS-1 Elston Howard - New York Yankees
Clete Boyer - New York Yankees
Bobby Richardson - New York Yankees
Yogi Berra - New York Yankees
Bill Skowron - New York Yankees
Tony Kubek - New York Yankees
Roger Maris - New York Yankees
Mickey Mantle - New York Yankees
LLCS-2 Duke Snider - Brooklyn Dodgers
Carl Furillo - Brooklyn Dodgers
Andy Pafko - Brooklyn Dodgers
Gil Hodges - Brooklyn Dodgers
Roy Campanella - Brooklyn Dodgers
Billy Cox - Brooklyn Dodgers
Pee Wee Reese - Brooklyn Dodgers
Jackie Robinson - Brooklyn Dodgers
LLCS-3 Billy Goodman - Boston Red Sox
Birdie Tebbetts - Boston Red Sox
Bobby Doerr - Boston Red Sox
Al Zarilla - Boston Red Sox
Ted Williams - Boston Red Sox
Dom DiMaggio - Boston Red Sox
Johnny Pesky - Boston Red Sox
Vern Stephens - Boston Red Sox

MLB Silhouetted Batter Logo Patch Autograph Set Checklist

42 cards. Serial numbered 1/1.

FSLP-AG Adrian Gonzalez - Los Angeles Dodgers
FSLP-AJ Adam Jones - Baltimore Orioles
FSLP-AR Anthony Rizzo - Chicago Cubs
FSLP-AS Aaron Sanchez - Toronto Blue Jays
FSLP-BB Brandon Belt - San Francisco Giants
FSLP-BC Brandon Crawford - San Francisco Giants
FSLP-BL Barry Larkin - Cincinnati Reds
FSLP-BM Brian McCann - New York Yankees
FSLP-BP Buster Posey - San Francisco Giants
FSLP-CJ Chipper Jones - Atlanta Braves
FSLP-CS CC Sabathia - New York Yankees
FSLP-CSA Chris Sale - Chicago White Sox
FSLP-DM Devin Mesoraco - Cincinnati Reds
FSLP-DP Dustin Pedroia - Boston Red Sox
FSLP-DW David Wright - New York Mets
FSLP-EE Edwin Encarnacion - Toronto Blue Jays
FSLP-EL Evan Longoria - Tampa Bay Rays
FSLP-FF Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
FSLP-GM Greg Maddux - Atlanta Braves
FSLP-GS George Springer - Houston Astros
FSLP-I Ichiro - Seattle Mariners
FSLP-JAL Jose Altuve - Houston Astros
FSLP-JBA Javier Baez - Chicago Cubs
FSLP-JD Jacob deGrom - New York Mets
FSLP-JM Joe Mauer - Minnesota Twins
FSLP-JS Jorge Soler - Chicago Cubs
FSLP-JV Joey Votto - Cincinnati Reds
FSLP-KV Kennys Vargas - Minnesota Twins
FSLP-KW Kolten Wong - St. Louis Cardinals
FSLP-MA Matt Adams - St. Louis Cardinals
FSLP-MP Mike Piazza - New York Mets
FSLP-MR Mariano Rivera - New York Yankees
FSLP-MT Mark Teixeira - New York Yankees
FSLP-MTR Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
FSLP-PG Paul Goldschmidt - Arizona Diamondbacks
FSLP-RB Ryan Braun - Milwaukee Brewers
FSLP-RC Robinson Cano - Seattle Mariners
FSLP-RJ Randy Johnson - Arizona Diamondbacks
FSLP-TG Tom Glavine - New York Mets
FSLP-TW Taijuan Walker - Seattle Mariners
FSLP-YP Yasiel Puig - Los Angeles Dodgers
FSLP-ZW Zack Wheeler - New York Mets

Silver Signatures Set Checklist

29 cards. Serial numbered #/50.
2015 Topps Five Star Baseball Silver Signings Biggio

SS-AG Andres Galarraga - Montréal Expos
SS-BB Brandon Belt - San Francisco Giants
SS-BL Barry Larkin - Cincinnati Reds
SS-CB Craig Biggio - Houston Astros
SS-CK Corey Kluber - Cleveland Indians
SS-CKE Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
SS-DF Doug Fister - Washington Nationals
SS-DG Didi Gregorius - New York Yankees
SS-DM Don Mattingly - New York Yankees
SS-EE Edwin Encarnacion - Toronto Blue Jays
SS-EM Edgar Martinez - Seattle Mariners
SS-FV Fernando Valenzuela - Los Angeles Dodgers
SS-GS George Springer - Houston Astros
SS-JA Jose Altuve - Houston Astros
SS-JAB Jose Abreu - Chicago White Sox
SS-JB Javier Baez - Chicago Cubs
SS-JHK Jung-Ho Kang - Pittsburgh Pirates
SS-JP Joc Pederson - Los Angeles Dodgers
SS-JS Jorge Soler - Chicago Cubs
SS-MF Maikel Franco - Philadelphia Phillies
SS-MG Mark Grace - Chicago Cubs
SS-OS Ozzie Smith - St. Louis Cardinals
SS-OV Omar Vizquel - Cleveland Indians
SS-PF Prince Fielder - Texas Rangers
SS-PO Paul O'Neill - New York Yankees
SS-RC Rusney Castillo - Boston Red Sox
SS-RCL Roger Clemens - Boston Red Sox
SS-SM Starling Marte - Pittsburgh Pirates
SS-TG Tom Glavine - Atlanta Braves

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Trey Treutel  |  E-Mail Author

Trey Treutel is an Ole Miss grad and a lifelong sports fanatic. He is a huge fan of the NBA and NFL, as well as soccer, college basketball and college football. As a kid, he collected football and basketball cards. In more recent years, he started collecting basketball cards again on a whim and has since expanded to other sports and entertainment options. Find Trey on Twitter at @datreute or Google+.


User Reviews

  1. Watched several case breaks today and was incredibly disappointed with the results. The design is nice but it seems like Topps takes a design theme and propagates it across several lines all in the same year. However, the worst is the minimal value provided for the high price point. At roughly $65 per card, do we really want veterans such as Doug Fister, Al Leiter, YanvGomes, or Ender Inciarte. All good players but $65 per card? The rookie set is weak as well – yet another Michael Taylor, Roberto Osuna, or Brandon Finnegan? Topps Five Star 2013 was a great set, but it has sadly morphed into something far too similar to Museum , Tier One or Supreme. The worst part of it is in an effort to chase higher gross revenue through multiple lines, they have drastically diluted the value of all 4. I pray Dynasty doesn’t follow the same path but collectors will not buy these for long if the value of the product is soooo disproportionately below the price point.

  2. I have collected Five Star since it first came out in 2012, and I have never seen such a mistake on a Topps product as I am seeing in this years 2015 Five star.

    Reducing the amount of Autographs from 5 down to 2 and lowering the cost per box from around 300 to 125 with the mindset that it will encourage more buyers who avoided the product and its high cost I get. But who in there right mind is going to buy a box with 2 Autographs for 125$ after seeing what is coming out the last day or so.

    Too many 125$ boxes pumping out Doug Fister, Rick Porcello, Bryce Brentz, Michael Taylor, James Shields, Kevin Plawecki, Steven Souza…..you get the idea.

    For the buyer even pulling a #’d auto is not likely to bring back the cash spent….. This was a huge mistake on Topps part…..they should drop the cost down to 75$ just to be fair to the buyer.

  3. I’ve seen several cases of this product, and generally agree with other reviews:
    With a $65/card list price, there is no excuse for some of the guys in this checklist, and not surprisingly, most the chaseable names are SP or SSP, while the $10 autos make up a significant percentage of the press run.
    It is also true that reducing box size (5 to 2) helped reduce the price, but it also resulted in a huge volume of dud boxes. As a result, a brave soul that throws $150 on the counter @ their local shop and pulls two cards he’ll be lucky to sell for $12 each will probably not buy the second box- At least the majority of 5 card boxes held something memorable, even if they didnt return full value.
    On the plus side though…
    If you put the $’s aside, the product is beautiful. The White base should limit the appearance of chips, and the relatively high number of inserts means even some of the mediocre names end up looking like artwork worthy of framing. It is only a matter of time until this stock reaches a full 1/2″ thick!
    All things considered, not a bad product, but not measurably better than some of the lower priced products in the line. As a guy who collects a lot of mid-tier names, I’ll hold off and snag ’em on Ebay for $10-20 each in a week or two.

  4. Some pretty accurate reviews there. Watched a lot of boxes being broken and saw one or two memorable cards.

    I bought a box myself and hit a 1/1 silver auto of Edgar martinez. The sad thing is that was one of the more exciting cards I’ve seen come from that case

  5. I hate to pile-on…. but I am SOOOO going to do so!

    I thought Tier-One was a watered-down money-grab of a product, but I was wrong. Tier-One was merely ill-conceived compared to ’15 5-Star. The formerly brilliant 5-Star, a product that provided some of my most enjoyable and lucrative breaks, is now a shameless, transparent pick-pocketing of collector’s wallets with an abysmal return on investment.
    This is NOT a personal grievance relative to what I pulled… which, admittedly, is crap (Brandon Belt/Bryce Brentz, Al Leiter, Shawn Green… Bargain Bin autos). Rather, taking into account all of the breaks I watched prior to picking-up my pre-ordered trio of boxes in conjunction with my results, the result is a terribly disappointing product. This was, upon release through last year’s incarnation, a beautifully executed and well-distributed product.
    The diminished hit count, down to 2 from 5, renders Topps able to inundate the market with product AND recoup a staggering profit when taking the $135 MSRP : $30-$70 ROI (a rough average).

    Shame on Topps; This will only drive more collectors into Panini’s open arms. Panini can’t use team uni’s… yet. But products such as this, Tier-One, the equally discouraging Museum Collection, et. al, will force MLB to reconsider their trading card partner.

  6. This used to be as high end as it gets, Topps really messed up. If ain’t broke, don’t fix it.
    The cards look good but they only made a lot of old players that we don’t even care, they didn’t made booklets and special cards. TTT took al the Baseball hype this year.

  7. Not even one card from the current best hitter in baseball? (best hitter for a few years now) seriously?

  8. As a collector, I am going to make a comment on a product that is meant for the speculators. Far too many speculators come onto product pages meant for collectors and bash those products, thinking it is all about the investment for themselves, rather than the enjoyment of collecting something and seeing what you get. And enjoying the artwork, and feeling the texture of the stock.

    See? All those people who want to make a profit off of a private business’s (in this case, Topps) product, are the reason why this product exists in the configuration it does. Topps is not stupid. It is also a for-profit business. A lot of people seem to forget this. What Topps is doing, is looking at how much their cards are ACTUALLY worth on the secondary market through the years. Of course they want to have the price point to as close, if not higher, than the actual value of the cards.

    It’s like casinos. Casinos make more money than they ever pay out. Topps is making sure they are getting the full cost for their product, and then some. When they see they are selling a box of rookie autographs for, say, $100, and people turn around and sell a hot rookie auto on ebay, demanding $5,000 for that one card; then yes, they will raise their prices per card! Only difference between trading cards and casinos, trading cards are not forced, by law, to be “fair.” Casinos must payout large sums of cash periodically. Trading card companies are not forced to make products that yield a profit for their customers seeking profit.

    Having said that, it is fine for people to periodically turn a profit selling cards. Fine. That does help keep the industry going. But so many people who do this become whiny little !@#$$%^ if they lose money just one time, and decry the entire hobby, and “WHOA IS MEEEE!!!!” Yeah. When you buy cards to speculate, you should know the risks involved. Just like gamblers at casinos. Just like stock brokers. Just like those starting small business. You never have reward without risk when making an investment. Don’t blame the company producing the cards. Blame yourself for opening your wallets and making the decision to purchase a high-risk, high-reward product like this. As long as you keep opening your wallet for these products, of course Topps will continue to meet your demand for them.

  9. Topps really didn’t hit it out of the park with the configuration or the price of these this year, I totally get what they are trying to do offering a cheaper high end box but some of these guys on the checklist have no business being in a high end product. At all.

    Same with all the “mid-high end” Topps products this year really, I got lucky with a few decent hits but for the most part I picked up the singles I wanted on the secondary market because the odds are just so brutal and chances are you are going to pull more junk than gems.

    There used to be a time when if you hit one of the best cards in the product, it was worth it if you didn’t collect the player to get rid of it. Nowadays a Rainbow Kris Bryant Auto RC /25 from this product can be had for around $300. Instead of buying almost 3 boxes, I just chose to buy the cards I want in the newer products so that I don’t have to take that gamble myself. Tier One taught me better than to gamble with my money this year, I do have a few nice cards but it cost a lot too.

    The cards look great though, and I really like the font on the front it looks like the US dollar font its pretty cool so I just had to pick up a few of the better cards for my PC this year. If they improve the checklist I may even buy a few boxes next year myself.

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