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AngelsWin Today: Topps® Announces 2022 Series 1 Collection


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Leading Trading Card Company Kicks off 2022 Baseball Card Season with Annual Set

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(New York, NY, February 8, 2022) – The Topps® Company, a leader in sports and entertainment trading cards and a part of Fanatics Collectibles, today announced the launch of its annual, highly anticipated 2022 Series 1 Collection to welcome back the official start of this year’s baseball card season, and to continue its rich heritage in trading cards.

Available starting on February 16, and boasting a brand-new bordered base card design, the 2022 Series 1 Collection features a 330-card base set including modern day stars, rookies who debuted during the 2021 season, 2021 league leaders, and team cards. Reigning AL MVP Shohei Ohtani, who was voted card number one in the checklist by fans, is doing double duty as this year’s cover athlete, being shown both pitching and hitting on the box and pack wraps. This year, a new wave of young talent including Wander Franco, Jarren Duran and Luis Gil will receive their first Rookie Cards. Collectors can also look for autographs and game-used memorabilia cards featuring Mike Trout, Aaron Judge, Fernando Tatis Jr., and more.

Angels fans, here's what the Mike Trout card will look like. 

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Here's Topps autographed Baseball Stars card of Mike Trout and Shohei Ohtani.

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“We’re thrilled to deliver another Series 1 collection signifying the start of baseball card season.,” said David Leiner, VP of Global Sports and Entertainment at Topps. “Over the last 71 years of producing baseball cards, we have welcomed collectors and fans of all ages to our Topps family each year, and we’re proud to honor another season of baseball cards with memorable moments, rookie players and groundbreaking all-stars as we continue our commitment to bringing fans closer to their favorite athletes.”

Within the collection, fans should also look for base card parallels sequentially numbered from 2022 all the way to unique 1/1 cards, along with insert sets including Generation NOW, Diamond Greats Die Cuts and Flashiest Fleet. Topps also honors the 35th anniversary of its iconic 1987 woodgrain design, which makes its return in 2022 Topps Series 1 Baseball featuring current stars and legends of the game.  The Home Run Challenge is back for another year where collectors can rip, flip and predict which MLB Superstars will hit a homerun, all for a chance to win special cards and tickets to the 2023 MLB Home Run Derby.

2022 Topps Series 1 Baseball will be available online at Topps.com and in local hobby shops and retailers starting February 16th. In addition, Topps will host its first-ever Series 1 Premiere Party on Tuesday, February 15 in Los Angeles, providing guests with an exclusive look at this year’s collection in celebration of its release.

For more information on Topps collectibles and offerings, please visit Topps.com

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20 hours ago, HeavenlyHalos said:

The gum would damage the card it was on. With grading being such a big deal, I don't see that happening unless it is a very cheap product.

Oh nonsense, they brought back the gum for a short while with the Heritage product and had it wrapped in cello.  It was fine.  Even back when the gum was naked in the pack it didn't damage the card unless it was left unopened for 10+ years.

The wax heat roller did put some wax on the back card, but hey, that's what makes a high grade PSA/BGS even more valuable!

I don't care about this $100 pack high end multi-auto, game-used-scraps junk.  Just give me an old school 792 card set (so there's lots of non-stars present) on non-glossy, gray cardboard and I'll buy two cases of it every year.

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