2012 Topps Tier One Baseball Box

2012 Topps Tier One Baseball Box

1 pack per box, Each pack contains two (2) Autographs (or Auto Relics) and one (1) Relic Card

Look for Yu Darvish Autograph Cards!

Topps Announces Bryce Harper Rookie Card Plans:

Topps Tier One – 25 redemption cards will be inserted into packs for his “On the Rise” Autographed Rookie Card (on-card).

Topps Tier One Baseball returns in 2012 with a whole new configuration and added content including Autograph Relics, 1/1 Bat Knob Cards, and Cut Signatures.

ALL-NEW PACK GUARANTEES:

– (1) Crowd Pleaser Autograph or multi-Auto or Auto Relic or Cut Signature – (1) On the Rise Autograph – (1) Relic #’d to 399 or less

Every 4th pack includes a bonus Relic Card!

TOP TIER AUTOGRAPHS Checklist inlcudes:

Hank Aaron Sandy Koufax Carlton Fisk Johnny Bench Ryne Sandberg Tony Gwynn Frank Robinson Ken Griffey Jr. Willie Mays Albert Pujols Ernie Banks Carl Yastrzemski Nolan Ryan Willie McCovey Don Mattingly Mike Schmidt Reggie Jackson AND MORE!

TOPPS TIER ONE BASEBALL BAT KNOB COLLECTION:

Inserted into packs of Topps Tier One will be 100 one-of-a-kind Bat Knob cards from the some of the most legendary names to ever step on the diamond.  With stars such as Ty Cobb, Hank Aaron, Joe DiMaggio and Babe Ruth highlighting the subject list, these amazing 1 of 1 cards will be the centerpiece of many collections.

Following is the list of 1 of 1 Bat Knob cards that appear in 2012 Topps Tier One Baseball:

Hank Aaron – Atlanta Braves Dustin Ackley – Seattle Mariners Luis Aparicio – Chicago White Sox Ernie Banks – Chicago Cubs Jose Bautista – Toronto Blue Jays Carlos Beltran – San Francisco Giants Johnny Bench – Cincinnati Reds Wade Boggs – Boston Red Sox George Brett – Kansas City Royals Jay Bruce – Cincinnati Reds Miguel Cabrera – Detroit Tigers Robinson Cano – New York Yankees Rod Carew – California Angels Steve Carlton – Philadelphia Phillies Gary Carter – New York Mets Starlin Castro – Chicago Cubs Shin-Soo Choo – Cleveland Indians Roberto Clemente- Pittsburgh Pirates Ty Cobb – Detroit Tigers Carl Crawford – Boston Red Sox Andre Dawson – Chicago Cubs Joe DiMaggio – New York Yankees Jacoby Ellsbury – Boston Red Sox Cecil Fielder – Detroit Tigers Carlton Fisk – Chicago White Sox Freddie Freeman – Atlanta Braves Lou Gehrig – New York Yankees Bob Gibson – St. Louis Cardinals Carlos Gonzalez – Colorado Rockies Curtis Granderson – New York Yankees Josh Hamilton – Texas Rangers Todd Helton – Colorado Rockies Rickey Henderson – Oakland Athletics Jason Heyward – Atlanta Braves Matt Holliday – St. Louis Cardinals Ryan Howard – Philadelphia Phillies Catfish Hunter – Oakland Athletics Monte Irvin – New York Giants Reggie Jackson – New York Yankees Fergie Jenkins – Chicago Cubs Andruw Jones – New York Yankees Chipper Jones – Atlanta Braves Al Kaline – Detroit Tigers Matt Kemp – Los Angeles Dodgers Harmon Killebrew – Minnesota Twins Ralph Kiner – Pittsburgh Pirates Ian Kinsler – Texas Rangers Paul Konerko – Chicago White Sox Carlos Lee – Houston Astros Tim Lincecum – San Francisco Giants Evan Longoria – Tampa Bay Rays Mickey Mantle – New York Yankees Roger Maris – New York Yankees Victor Martinez – Detroit Tigers Eddie Mathews – Milwaukee Braves Don Mattingly – New York Yankees Joe Mauer – Minnesota Twins Bill Mazeroski – Pittsburgh Pirates Willie McCovey – San Francisco Giants Andrew McCutchen – Pittsburgh Pirates Paul Molitor – Milwaukee Brewers Joe Morgan – Cincinnati Reds Eddie Murray – Baltimore Orioles Stan Musial – St. Louis Cardinals David Ortiz – Boston Red Sox Jim Palmer – Baltimore Orioles Dustin Pedroia – Boston Red Sox Tony Perez – Cincinnati Reds Buster Posey – San Francisco Giants Albert Pujols – St. Louis Cardinals Lance Berkman – St. Louis Cardinals Aramis Ramirez – Chicago Cubs Hanley Ramirez – Miami Marlins Jose Reyes – New York Mets Jim Rice – Boston Red Sox Cal Ripken Jr. – Baltimore Orioles Brooks Robinson Baltimore Orioles Frank Robinson – Cincinnati Reds Alex Rodriguez – New York Yankees Ivan Rodriguez – Washington Nationals Jimmy Rollins – Philadelphia Phillies Babe Ruth – New York Yankees Ryne Sandberg – Chicago Cubs Pablo Sandoval – San Francisco Giants Mike Schmidt – Philadelphia Phillies Tom Seaver – New York Mets Gary Sheffield – Florida Marlins Enos Slaughter – St. Louis Cardinals Ozzie Smith – San Diego Padres Duke Snider – Los Angeles Dodgers Darryl Strawberry – New York Yankees Nick Swisher – New York Yankees Mark Teixeira – New York Yankees Jim Thome – Cleveland Indians Jim Thome – Cleveland Indians Troy Tulowitzki – Colorado Rockies Justin Upton – Arizona Diamondbacks Dave Winfield – San Diego Padres Carl Yastrzemski – Boston Red Sox Robin Yount – Milwaukee Brewers

PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS:

AUTOGRAPH CARDS:

Every single- and dual-subject autograph card is signed DIRECTLY ON-CARD!

Top Tier Autographs:

The best of all time will sign directly on-card. Sequentially numbered no higher than 99. Signed in blue ink.

On the Rise Autographs:

75 young up-and-comers will sign directly on-card. Sequentially numbered no higher than 399. Signed in blue ink.

Crowd Pleaser Autographs:

75 of the most popular players in the game will sign directly on-card. Sequentially numbered no higher than 299. Signed in blue ink.

NEW! Autograph Parallels:

All Top Tier, On The Rise, and Crowd Pleaser Autographs will have the following parallels.

White Ink Autographs – Sequentially numbered to 25. Silver Ink Autographs – Sequentially numbered to 10. Gold Ink Autographs – Numbered 1/1.

NEW! Clear Rookie Reprint Autographs:

10 reprints of classic rookie cards like you’ve never seen them before – on clear plastic stock! Signed directly on-card and sequentially numbered to 25.

Dual Autographs:

5 cards featuring classic pairings and on-card autographs of both subjects. Sequentially numbered to 25.

Triple Autographs:

4 cards featuring three stars with a common bond. Sequentially numbered to 10.

Cut Signatures:

25 cards featuring vintage autographs. Numbered 1/1.

NEW! AUTOGRAPHED RELIC CARDS:

Autographed Top Shelf Relics:

25 active and retired stars featuring an autograph and a relic. Sequentially numbered to 99.

Dual Patch Parallel A parallel with two patches per card. Sequentially numbered to 25. Triple Patch Parallel A parallel where all three relics are patches. Numbered 1/1.

Autographed Prodigious Patches:

10 active and retired superstars with a jumbo patch relic and an on-card autograph. Sequentially numbered to 10.

RELIC CARDS:

Top Shelf Relics Over 60 active and retired stars. Sequentially numbered to 399. Dual Swatch Parallel A parallel with two swatches per card. Sequentially numbered to 99. Triple Swatch Parallel A parallel with three swatches per card. Sequentially numbered to 25.

Prodigious Patches 25 active and retired superstars with a jumbo patch relic. Sequentially numbered to 10.

NEW! 1/1 Bat Knobs 100 unique cards featuring a game-used bat knob from superstars both active and retired. Numbered 1/1.

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