We’re looking at a new release from Topps in Big League. It comes in at a lower price point than most releases and focuses on the base set. In one of the larger single series base set, Topps Big League arrives at 400 cards. There are only a limited number of insert sets, and a small amount of parallels.
It seems to be a pretty basic, but fun set. It’s primarily current players, but has a few legends mixed in, as well as an interesting subset featuring Ballpark Landmarks. The Ballpark Landmarks are part of the base set, but there is an additional subset showing players in their Player’s Weekend jerseys, with their nicknames. That seems to be more of a VAR SP for the base set, but the odds state you should get many of these per box.
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I really like the Stadium Club releases. It focuses on pictures from the game, without having to rely on gimmicks to sell the cards. It has its share of inserts and parallels, but the picture quality is still king.
The set can be a little daunting to put together from packs, however. A hobby box contains 16 packs with 8 cards in each pack, with the base set consisting of 300 cards. It features mostly current players, with some legends in the mix as well. Each box advertises 2 on-card autographs, as well. The autograph checklist is fairly big, but there are still some big names like hot rookies Gleyber Torres and Ronald Acuna, as well as many other stars of the game.
This box contained:
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