What’s Hot in 2015 Topps Triple Threads Baseball?
Love it or hate it, Triple Threads Baseball has become a constant in the hobby during the last decade. Exemplified by impressive relics swatches and admittedly odd die-cut text designs, 2015 Topps Triple Threads Baseball is no different. Another thing that has not changed is the possibility for some big hits.
The 2015 Topps Triple Threads checklist is filled with all the things that collectors have come to expect. While the product again relies heavily on sticker autographs, a major issue for some collectors given the price point, there is no questioning the potential mega-hits that include bat knobs, nameplates and a variety of patch books and cut signatures.
Another appealing aspect for collectors is the mix of options from past, present and future. The base cards are not numbered but the hits all feature a limited print run. Sure, many players have multiple variations among the relics, which puts the actual total a bit higher, but the individual rarity is a strong attribute.
While most sets will be dominated by the top rookie or biggest retired star, the real gems of 2015 Topps Triple Threads are the many low-numbered relics. Given their rarity, they are not easy to hit, but they seem to pop up a bit more often in Triple Threads.
The following list features a real-time snapshot of the 30 most-watched auctions for 2015 Topps Triple Threads cards. The guide is constantly updating with the newest information, so bookmark this page to check back and watch the big hits roll in.