Sunday, December 10, 2017
Thursday, November 30, 2017
Check out this SPEED-break™ of 2017 Topps Gallery Baseball Cards which can be found exclusively at Walmart.
Thursday, November 16, 2017
Thursday, November 17, 2016
This year’s release of Heritage is based on the cards of 1967 Topps Baseball. If you collected the base set of this year’s Heritage, more than likely you will want to get in on 2016 Topps Heritage High Number Baseball. This continuation of the first release also works as a stand alone, but seems more in line for return collectors.
The design was somewhat simple in its mimicry, but is still attractive so these cards look good. The biggest knock would the repetitive nature of the photography, but as an homage set, it works. The Clubhouse Collection relics are a little vanilla but as usual, the on card autos look fantastic.
Here are some of the cards we pulled from our hobby box.
Julio Urias Base, front and back
This late release has the advantage of several team updates.
These purple borders are plentiful and unnumbered.
These variation are more rare at #/567 and #/999 respectively.
On average, there is one of these Action Image variations per hobby box
Inserts include Rookie Performers, Award Winners...
Now & Then and Combo Cards
This ad panel Box Topper is the most common box topper. Other toppers include 1967 Originals, punchboards, relics and autos.
This was our hit of the box.
Thanks to Topps for providing this review box.
Thursday, August 4, 2016
This set includes 5 numbered parallel cards of the base set numbered to 177 each and they can only be found within these containers. With this year's set consisting of 700 cards, simple math tells you there are just shy of 25,000 of these boxes available.
Review box provided by Topps.
Tuesday, April 5, 2016
When I was kid I looked forward to my Dad returning from work because most of the time he would bring home a pack of Topps Baseball cards for us to open together. While I thought I was getting some neat cardboard of my favorite players, looking back on it now I realize what I really got was time with my father. It was a bonding experience.
Now I’m a Dad. Cards have changed as much as I have from the time I was a child. Now there are multiple, complex and sometimes expensive releases and it seems as if kids concerns can get lost in the shuffle, especially the younger ones. But 2106 Topps Opening Day Baseball cards offer a great collecting experience for children while taking it easy on a parent’s budget, satisfying both which is not an easy task.