Topps digs what the San Francisco Giants organization is doing.
Rich Klein is tearing into packs of more wood-grained bordered ’62 Topps look-a-likes in the new Heritage Minor League cards.
Topps will milk its Heritage concept–and Bryce Harper exclusive–for one more set this year.
Teen sensation Bryce Harper will make his Topps debut in about two months.
Topps is taking its eTopps program into the minors.
With 75 minor league clients, an entrepreneur is hoping to win collectors and prospecting freaks over with a philosophy of the early bird getting the worm…or at least the game-used bat.
Topps is about to become the only licensed maker of minor league baseball cards.
Think only big leaguers have illegible signatures? Not so…but fans still pursue them.