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In the Game, better known for hockey cards ventures into the world of minor league baseball this January with the release of their hit-centric 2011 Heroes & Prospects Series 1. Every card in ITG’s high-end prospect product features an autograph, piece of memorabilia or both.
2011 Topps Heritage returns for another season of old school fun this March. The latest installment of Heritage pays homage to the wood bordered 1962 Topps set. Each 24-pack box of 2011 Topps Heritage will deliver 1 relic or auto and plenty of intriguing inserts, parallels and short prints.
2011 Topps Opening Day is a low-end baseball card offering geared toward kids and collectors looking to get a jump on the 2011 baseball card season. New in 2011 are intentional errors, glow-in-the-dark cards, and 3-D cards.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Obak celebrates their 100th anniversary with the introduction of T212 Mini Auto’s and names like Heyward, Strasburg, Bench, and Ripken.
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.
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.
Pro Debut Series 2 is back with a fresh set of Prospects and picks up right where Series 1 left off.
2010 Bowman Chrome Baseball details, info, and pictures. The chrome installation of 2010 Bowman Baseball features a Bowman Chrome Stephen Strasburg Auto and first Bowman Auto’s from prospects like Aroldis Chapman, Dee Gordon, Brett Wallace, and more!
2010 Topps Chrome Baseball Card Set Details, Reviews, Box Price Comparisons, and Auction Tracker.
2010 Bowman Baseball features the first official Topps certified autographs of Stephen Strasburg, in addition to an exclusive relic program, three new insert sets and a plethora of top prospects. Browse our 2010 Bowman Baseball Card reviews, set checklist, product details, and more.
2010 Topps Allen and Ginter Baseball features a plethora of new inserts, including Scribes and Seafarers, Gods and Monsters, and Cabinet cards that feature full-sized complete relic swatches. Back again this year is also the popular Ginter Code contest which promises to be the trickiest one yet. Box Configuration: 24 Packs Per Box Pack Price: […]
2010 Topps National Chicle breathes new life into the National Chicle baseball card dynasty. National Chicle was first distributed in 1934 under the names Diamond Kings and Batter Up. This little known vintage set featured a wealth of eclectic, great looking cards and was produced until 1937. Topps’ reincarnation of the long retired brand features […]
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 T-206 is an above average baseball card product that offers collectors a variety of collecting angles.