What: 2016 Topps Dynasty baseball cards
Arrives: Nov. 2
Box basics: One autograph per box (five boxes per case)
What’s buzz-worthy: “The greatest high-end brand in baseball is back for another season,” according to the sales materials for this one as Dynasty returns with the same formula as previous years.
Keep reading for more as well as a full gallery of images.
Buzz spent a few minutes on Wednesday watching breaks of 2015 Topps Dynasty baseball cards on BlowoutTV during its first day on the market.
Here’s a glimpse at some of what was found …
Topps’ highest-end baseball product, 2015 Topps Dynasty, arrives on Wednesday with just one autographed patch card or cut sig per pack and every card limited in numbering but unlimited in potential appeal for collectors.
Plus, there are autographs of people you just wouldn’t expect inside these packs — something we’ve noted previously right here.
Now it’s time to see more of the goods.
If you haven’t felt the awakening yet, you will by Friday.
That’s the day that Star Wars: The Force Awakens arrives and that’s also the day that the galaxy right here right now gets a new set of Star Wars cards — one that includes full scenes from the film and the most-important thing of them all.
Autographs from the new faces of the franchise. (If you thought Star Wars was a force on cardboard before, you haven’t seen anything yet. Guaranteed.)
In fact, Friday’s release of 2015 Topps Star Wars: The Force Awakens is merely a first series of cards. In fact, it won’t even be the only Star Wars set of the week …
The Blowout Cards Forums are where thousands of collectors converge daily to discuss, well, a little bit of everything. Here are five threads about collecting and more that you should check out right now.
Russell Wilson was a fourth-round pick of the Colorado Rockies back in the 2010 MLB Draft and he spent two summers in A-ball where he hit .229 with five homers and 26 RBI and 118 strikeouts in 93 games.
Despite that, or thanks to his NFL credentials as a Super Bowl-winning quarterback for the Seattle Seahawks, in 2013 the Texas Rangers claimed him in the December Rule 5 Draft. He has not played an official game since 2011.
Now, he’ll have autographed Relics in one of Topps‘ priciest baseball card brands.