High-end baseball cards are hardly unique at this point, but several brands have put themselves near the top of the hobby and Immaculate is one of them. While 2017 Immaculate Baseball box prices might be difficult to afford, the set provides a strong market for singles. Of course, there are many cards to drool over and that doesn't cost a thing.
Other than the base set, every card in the 2017 Panini Immaculate Baseball checklist is either an autograph or a relic. Key options include rookie autograph patches with on-card signatures for the likes of Aaron Judge and Andrew Benintendi, as well as Mickey Mantle memorabilia cards with the exact origin noted.
Perhaps most striking, the 2017 Immaculate Collection jumbo relics display some phenomenal pieces of gear. Jumbo options include prime logos, laundry tags, and letters.
Nevertheless, even with the Immaculate moniker, the set does come with some negatives. Most obvious is the lack of team logos. This is the curse of an MLB monopoly but some can't ignore this no matter how nice the cards look. Another problem for the $230+ price point is the use of sticker and trapped autographs. These can be a necessary evil on occasion, but at that price, most expect hard-signed to be the norm.
Geared to those who aren't willing to fork over that much cash for a seven-card box, but still can appreciate some of what the set has to offer, we present a snapshot of what is producing excitement with our real-time hot list. Displaying the most-watched auction listings on eBay, the guide below is constantly updating to show popular cards from the set.
2017 Panini Immaculate Collection Baseball Hot List
See the 50 most-watched 2017 Immaculate Baseball eBay auction listings below. Click on specific cards for more info or to put in a bid.
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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+.