MLB’s All-Star FanFest is now “Play Ball Park” but many of the attractions haven’t changed. Topps is once again producing some special cards in conjunction with this year’s event, which opens Friday at 10 AM Eastern time and runs through Tuesday at the Huntington Convention Center in Cleveland.
Topps will be having a wrapper redemption program with some exclusive All-Star cards. Collectors and fans who bring three sealed packs of Topps will be at Play Ball Park (formerly known as the FanFest) with free cards, games and more starting July 5 at the Huntington Convention Center in Cleveland. You can pick up an entire set in one day by opening a total of 18 packs at the booth. The set includes Francisco Lindor, Mookie Betts, Shohei Ohtani, Ronald Acuna Jr., Bob Feller and Larry Doby. They’re only available until supplies run out. Topps will be selling its products at the show.
Complete factory sets of 2019 Topps Baseball are being sold at the booth with an exclusive 2019 All-Star Game Patch card featuring one of six players.
What would it be like if your house was literally made of baseball cards? You can find out by walking through the Topps House of Cards, made of 750,000 trading cards.
Topps NOW Future cards will be available as well. If the prediction on the back of the cards comes true at the end of the year (award winners, etc.), you win the prize indicated on the card.
DAZN host and comedian Scott Rogowsky will be stopping by the Topps booth signing his 2018 Topps Allen & Ginter trading card.
You can bring a card to Play Ball Park and you can leave it at the Topps Trading Card Wall while picking up one you’d like to have.
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Games of Pack Wars will take place at various times during the event and DAZN host and comedian Scott Rogowsky will be stopping by the Topps booth Monday at 1 PM to sign copies of his 2018 Topps Allen & Ginter trading card.
Fans can also create their own trading card using Topps designs and check out digital games and prizes being offered through Topps BUNT.
Topps has also released the latest trio of cards in the Living Set and those who’ve been clamoring for a rookie card of Austin Riley have their chance. He’s one of the three new cards in the ongoing issue.
Eduardo Escobar and Hyun-Jim Ryu round out this week’s group.
The cards will be on sale for a week via this page on Topps.com.
You can check out the cards that have been produced so far in the Living set program here.