2017 Topps Five Star Baseball will return the week of October 25 with just two cards per pack, both autographed. Topps promises every auto will be signed directly on the card unless you’re lucky enough to pull a cut signature card of a past great.
Base autographs will include retired players, current veterans and rookies with about 80 expected to be on the Five Star roster and numbered parallel versions that will include Purple (# to 50 or less); Blue (# to 25 or less); Green (# to 15 or less), Gold (# to 10), Orange (# to 5) and 1/1 Red.
Silver Signatures and Golden Graphs will be case level hits, signed in silver and gold paint pens. Look for Purple (# to 25); Blue (# to 20); Green (# to 15); Gold (# to 10); Orange (# to 5) and 1/1 Red parallels.
Five Star Signatures will also be tough pulls. The subset will feature up to 50 MLB players with some adding an inscription. All will be numbered to 20 or less with 1/1 Five Star parallels likely to be among the hottest cards in the product.
Five Star Autographed Jumbo Patch cards are also case-level hits and will include a checklist of top veterans, young stars, prominent rookies and retired greats. Relics will feature jumbo sized patch pieces and autographs will be signed on card. Each will be sequentially numbered with Gold (# to 25 or less); Silver Rainbow (# to 10 or less); Team Patch (1/1), MLB Logo Patch (1/1); Laundry Tag (1/1) and Majestic Patch (1/1) parallels.
Roberto Clemente and Ted Williams were just two of the Cut Signature cards showcased in Topps promotional literature.All will be 1/1.
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