If you’ve noticed those colorful socks used recently in MLB, well, now they have a new home.
Topps Now Relic cards.
Aaron Judge and his All-Star Home Run Derby title captured all the attention Monday night in Miami and today there’s the cardboard to show it.
While standard cards are printed to order at Topps.com — if 500 copies are ordered, 500 copies are made — the Relics and autographed cards vary in volume produced and price depending on the memorabilia pieces, their availability or players’ signing availability.
Judge’s dominating win gets 15 Topps Now cards today with two standard cards, four game-used baseball cards, five autographs and four game-used sock cards. While some cards are gone as immediate sell-outs despite top-tier prices ($2,999 for the 1/1 auto, $999 for the 1/1 ball and $1,499 for the 1/1 sock card), there’s a good mix of cards for those wanting a piece of the party last night. The autographs start at $279.99, while the cheapest sock card is $99.99 and the cheapest ball card is $149.99.
The standard cards are $9.99 0r they can be had in a $29.99 bundle with the two starting pitchers for tonight’s game.
To see all of this year’s Topps Now baseball cards in one gallery, click here.
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