By the early 1990s there was mounting pressure on the big card companies to compete at the highest level and continue to produce more and more premium and more and more high-end products.With the landmark1989 Upper Deck release and a premium Leaf product in 1990, the ball was in Topps court to level up and produce their own higher end baseball card set. 1991 Topps Stadium Club … [Read more...] about Topps Responded to Premium Competitors with 1991 Stadium Club Release
For a release that features a slew of variations for its time, 1991 Topps served as an early preview of how baseball cards would evolve into the future—whether they intended it or not in some cases. While Chipper Jones may be the only Hall of Fame rookie card in the set, printing errors led to a number of variations that have become sought after. Some of the these are more … [Read more...] about 1991 Topps Turns 30 – Rip for Chip? Or Hunt for Errors?