Minor leaguers get big league treatment in 2015 Topps Pro Debut baseball.
Despise hit chasing? Want to hook up the youngsters with a low priced product? Nothing wrong with some nice looking stickers says Rich Klein.
A few more preview images ahead of next week’s release of 2014 Topps Baseball.
2014 Topps Opening Day will return next spring. We’ve got a preview of one of next season’s first products, aimed at the younger set.
2014 Topps Series One Baseball cards will be out in mid-winter. Here’s a preview and early checklist for the company’s flagship brand.
The current season still has some tread life, but Topps is already thinking 2013. Information, card designs and a checklist are already out. You’ll also hear a lot about ‘chases’.
Topps gives us a look at next season’s 2012 Topps football card base product, with a design that’s different but content that’s familiar.
For collectors, ‘Opening Day’ means ripping the first packs of the year’s first cards, when celebrity collectors blog, dealers bust mountains of cases and buyers and sellers test eBay’s servers.
Topps Gold Ticket Redemptions will be scarce, but they’ll be good for a triple signed baseball from three big names.
Don’t throw those wrappers away. It’s the only way you can get 2012 Topps Gold Rush cards–but you’ll need several hundred to have a shot at a set.
Topps gives us a peek at what their 2012 baseball card boxes will offer.
NBC’s late night funster Jimmy Fallon shares some old Topps gum and flipping games with Bob Costas.
22 years after another hyped teenager proved worthy, Bryce Harper is about to come to a baseball card box near you.
Topps will offer buyers of its 2011 hobby and jumbo boxes some packs from a special wrapper redemption set.
Topps shows off some of the cards we’ll see in 2011 Series Two, along with details on its diamond ring promotion.