2019 Baseball Treasure II MLB Coins
Officially-licensed coins with a trading card-like format and style return via 2019 Baseball Treasure II MLB coins.
The second edition of the "hit coins" set mixes in options from the initial run in 2018 along with new subjects. Sticking with the main layout from before, the "heads" side displays a portrait image alongside the player's name and position, while the "tails" side has an action image and notable career moment.
2019 Baseball Treasure II MLB Coins Set Details
Issued in a blind version similar to a baseball card pack, the 2019 Baseball Treasure II MLB coins checklist includes 30 subjects. Of that total, 13 are brand new options, such as Kris Bryant, Ichiro, Ronald Acuna Jr., and Shohei Ohtani. Bryce Harper was in the debut with the Nationals and now he is back with the Phillies.
The remaining 17 subjects come from the original lineup. However, the display mount for each coin is different from last year, and now the coin can stand up on its own. Once the supply of the First Edition coins is depleted, new versions will be produced.
As was the case in 2018, the hunt is back on for rare parallels with real gold and silver. Silver versions (1 oz. of .999 fine silver) are a bit easier at 1:216 packs, and the Gold subject is Mike Trout at 1:19,000 packs.
The 2019 Baseball Treasure II MLB coins set also has some other names to rotate in as the season progresses, including Blake Snell.
Packs are sold at various card shops, Modell's locations and the National Baseball Hall of Fame. They will soon be available at 7-Eleven stores, as well. Those who prefer not to risk pulling their favorite team can find new "Open Pack" versions at MLB ballparks but these don't feature the Silver or Gold parallels.
Estimated Release Date: March/April 2019
Product Configuration: 1 coin per pack, 36 packs per box, 12 boxes per case
2019 Baseball Treasure II MLB Coins Pack Break
- 1 Copper Baseball Coin
2019 Baseball Treasure II MLB Coins Checklist
Base Copper Coin Set Checklist
Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
Anthony Rizzo - Chicago Cubs
Buster Posey - San Francisco Giants
Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
Joey Votto - Cincinnati Reds
José Altuve - Houston Astros
Khris Davis - Oakland Athletics
Marcus Stroman - Toronto Blue Jays
Michael Conforto - New York Mets
Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
Mookie Betts - Boston Red Sox
Nolan Arenado - Colorado Rockies
Rhys Hoskins - Philadelphia Phillies
Travis Shaw - Milwaukee Brewers
Yadier Molina - St. Louis Cardinals
*First Edition - Open Pack Only*
Josh Bell - Pittsburgh Pirates
Salvador Pérez - Kansas City Royals
Yoan Moncada - Chicago White Sox
Alex Bregman - Houston Astros
Andrew Benintendi - Boston Red Sox
Bryce Harper - Philadelphia Phillies
Charlie Blackmon - Colorado Rockies
Christian Yelich - Milwaukee Brewers
Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
Francisco Lindor - Cleveland Indians
Giancarlo Stanton - New York Yankees
Ichiro Suzuki - Seattle Mariners
Jacob deGrom - New York Mets
Kris Bryant - Chicago Cubs
Ronald Acuna Jr. - Atlanta Braves
Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels
Gold Coin Redemption Set Checklist
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not as good as last year. The new card while is more colorful, the flip aspect cheapens it somewhat as not as thick. The coin overpowers it. (3 stars) Biggest complaint is the use of the same coins as last year. Then the new ones do not have a date on them( 2 stars). But kudos to the packaging, new blister packs are far better than the plain wrap from last year(5 stars)