Topps Chrome products are my all time favorite. I love refractors and the chromium card stock. The 2017 Topps Chrome Baseball release was going to be a big one with the Aaron Judge frenzy that is currently taking over the card world. Thankfully, I was able to get my hand on a hobby box.
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.
In an attempt to put together Topps baseball sets from the past few years, I have been purchasing some older Topps baseball boxes as they go on sale. The update series is usually the cheapest, so I decided to start with the 2014 Topps Update Series release.
Topps recently released series one of their flagship product for 2017. This release celebrates the 30 year anniversary of 1987 Topps– One of my favorite Topps sets of all time.
Last Saturday, I attended the 2014 Fanatics Authentic sports collectibles show. The show was put on by Fanatics Authentic at the Donald E. Stephens convention center in Rosemont, Illinois. This was my first large sports card show (more than 30 tables) in over twenty years ago in the early 1990’s. I got some great deals and was able to see incredible collections of cards.