What: 2016 Panini Immaculate Collection baseball cards
Arrives: Aug. 17
Box basics: Five autographs or memorabilia cards per six-card box (eight boxes per case)
What’s buzz-worthy: Immaculate’s baseball presence returns with on-card rookie autographs this time around as well as Rookie Patch Autographs that are also signed on-card. Also back, of course, will be the creative and beefy memorabilia cards collectors expect from the brand.
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The Basics: Panini promises “more jumbo premium hits than ever before” with a lineup that includes jerseys, cleats, hats and gloves (batting and fielding). … The rookie lineup here will include Trevor Story, Corey Seager, Nomar Mazara, Kenta Maeda, Kyle Schwarber, Miguel Sano, Stephen Piscotty, Blake Snell, Aaron Blair, Tyler Naquin, Michael Conforto and Trea Turner to name a few. RPAs will be limited to only 99 serial-numbered copies with three parallels that are limited to no more than 49 copies. … Rookie premium patches will have larger swatches. Meanwhile, Jumbo Nameplate, Jumbo Cleat, Hat and Jumbo Batting Glove cards will be found as well as other pieces in Immaculately large fashion. … Much like last year, there will be Immaculate Ink cards with trapped autos on black Tweedweave slips in gold ink, while Dual Diamond Inscriptions will be on-card. … Also new this time are Immaculate Cleats with a piece of the sole from the player’s cleat that are limited to 10 copies. … The final card in each box will be a base card or a parallel. … These boxes will carry a suggested retail price of $250.
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