2010 Baseball Cards
In 2010, the San Francisco Giants brought home their first MLB title since they were the New York Giants in 1954. Also, hobby favorite, Buster Posey, was named the NL Rookie of the Year.
While 2010 baseball cards revolve around one rookie player, many top prospects are also available. Stephen Strasburg came onto the MLB scene with hype not matched until Bryce Harper. HIs cards are the most popular option for collectors. Buster Posey, Jason Heyward and Stalin Castro also have official rookie cards in 2010. In addition, Bryce Harper, Manny Machado, Matt Harvey, Shelby Miller, Anthony Rizzo, and Wil Myers have prospect cards that are in high demand.
2010 Baseball Card Sets. Browse 2010 Baseball Card Set Info, Product Reviews, Hobby Box Price Comparisons, Hot Singles, and Checklists.
2010 Bowman Draft is the same prospect heavy product we’ve seen in the past, but this year’s set will take full advantage of Topps’ agreement with USA Baseball, featuring Team USA 16 and Under Autographs.
Bowman Platinum is a brand new end of the season “prospecting” product that comes in at a relitively low price point and appears to offer prospectors plenty of intriguing cards. The Six Auto Book cards, the Strasburg/Heyward Dual Relic Auto, and my personal favorite, the inclusion of Miguel Sano add up to what should be a pretty cool prospecting product.
Bowman Sterling is back for another season of high end prospecting. This year’s addition is bolstered by the strongest MLB Rookie Class in years and the addition of USA Baseball to the lineup. The 20-hit per box Sterling is set to hit hobby store shelves in late December.
Elite is second to only Bowman Chrome when it comes to high quality prospecting cards. Last season Elite was one of the season’s best products and there is no reason 2010 can’t deliver more of the same.
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Release Date: 02/15/10 Booster Box Configuration: 36 packs per box, 5 cards per pack After a successful launch in 2009, Topps Attax is back in 2010.- The only MLB card game that lets kids battle head-to-head against friends Dedicated in-stadium program, with all 30 MLB teams sampling throughout the season Massive grass roots sampling program […]
2010 Topps Chrome Baseball Card Set Details, Reviews, Box Price Comparisons, and Auction Tracker.
This highly anticipated release highlights 220 Top Minor League Prospects and 2009 Top Draft Picks. It will mark the first time that many of Razor’s large crop of exclusive 2008 MLB draft picks (including Tim Beckham and Pedro Alvarez) appear on Topps cards.
Pro Debut Series 2 is back with a fresh set of Prospects and picks up right where Series 1 left off.
2010 Topps Series 1 Baseball looks at the game’s past, present, and future. In addition to autograph, relic, and insert cards, SP variations add a chase for collectors centered around the unlikely trio of baseball legends, pies and Abraham Lincoln.
2010 Topps Series 2 Baseball continues where Series 1 left off and also includes several new additions, such as History of the World Series, Vintage Legends Collection, Topps 2020, Red Hot Rookie Redemptions and Create Your Own Sketch Cards.
Each pack of the high-end Sterling has a “theme” printed on it, a few of this years themes include “Rookie Phenoms”, “First Hall Of Fame Class”, and “The Five Ring Club”. If you fancy yourself a Baseball Historian, this product is definitely something worth looking into come November.
2010 Topps Triple Threads baseball is a solid high-end baseball card offering with an updated checklist and a few new twists. If you have enjoyed past seasons of Triple Threads, there’s no reason you shouldn’t enjoy ripping the latest rendition.
2010 Topps Update is the final chapter in the 2010 Topps Baseball Trilogy. Stephen Strasburg’s rookie card headlines the wrap-up product, along with multiple All-Star Stitches inserts, new SP variations and more.
Each 2010 Topps USA Baseball boxed set delivers a complete 65-card base set, 5 autographed cards, 2 autographed relic cards, and 3 additional relics for around $80. USA Baseball features a handful of the nation’s premier high school and collegiate baseball stars and is slated to hit hobby store shelves this December.
2010 Tristar Pursuit Series 1 offers prospectors an unlicensed tour 6 autographs, a handful of low-numbered cards, and a 75-card series 1 base set.
2010 Tristar Pursuit Series 2 is the second chapter of the prospect fueled 2010 series. Prospects featured in the set include Jason Heyward, Donovan Tate, and Dustin Ackley as well as the random insertion of Hank Aaron Rookie Cards.
Obak celebrates their 100th anniversary with the introduction of T212 Mini Auto’s and names like Heyward, Strasburg, Bench, and Ripken.