2015 Topps Series 1 Break

I didn’t open a lot of 2015 Topps baseball. For some reason it wasn’t on my collecting radar. So I recently decided to open a hobby box of 2015 Topps Series 1. Let’s see what I got.

See you later, white borders

Topps decided to add color and detail to their 2015 flagship design; a busy color on the bottom that gradually fades to the top of the card. Definitely different from their recent white border designs, but I don’t mind it.

Loaded with inserts

Another Topps flagship product packed with inserts and parallels. No complaints here– I like inserts. Although, that Polio Vaccine card is odd…

The Gallery of Greats inserts look really nice. These are dual-layered with a rainbow foil background and printed on a nice paper stock.

All the parallels

Tired of parallels? I’m not.

Buybacks? Yes, please!

Collectors either love or hate buybacks. I love them, but only when I get my Minnesota Twins. Hey, I actually got a Minnesota Twin!

I Finally pulled a short print… or two

This is another gimmick that collectors either love or hate. I lean more towards “dislike”. Besides being too rare at times, they can be annoying to find. To find both of these, I had to look at the tiny number of the back of all the cards after sorting.

The money cards

Well, maybe not so much “money”… Honestly, I would prefer less “game used” and autographed cards at a reduced product price.

Thank you for reading. Everything but the Twins is up for trade. Feel free to contact me if you are interested in anything.

By Base Card Hero

Ryan is a baseball card dork and developer. He has been collecting cards since he was six starting with 1988 Score. Reigning from Minnesota, he is an avid Minnesota sports fan.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *