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2014 Topps Gypsy Queen, a 350-card set, was released on April 10, 2014. Each 10-card pack will contain one mini parallel and each 24-pack Hobby box is expected to yield two autographs, one standard-sized Relic, a mini-sized Relic, and a 10-card box of additional minis.
2014 Topps Opening Day, a 220-card set, was released March 18, 2014. Like previous years, the 2014 Opening Day base set mimics the 2014 Topps Series One design at an affordable price. Each 99-cent pack contains seven cards, one of which is an insert. Added this year are relic cards of ten different players.
2014 Topps Heritage is a 500-card set released March 14, 2014. In its 14th year, 2014 Heritage is based on the "pennant" design of the 1965 Topps set. Each 24-pack Hobby box should yield one autograph or Relic card, one over-sized box topper, eight short-printed base cards, and nine inserts.
2014 Donruss is a 200-card set released February 26, 2014. This was the first "Donruss Baseball" set in nine years; however, bears little resemblance to the "flagship" brand it had been. Instead, Panini decided to reconfigure Donruss into a "retro" style product. Each 24-pack Hobby is expected to yield two autographs, a game-used card, and an over-sized Diamond Kings box topper.
2014 Topps Series One was released, both to retail outlets and hobby shops, during the last week in January 2014. Each hobby will yield an autograph. Similar to 2013, short-printed and super short-printed variations exist along with the slew of inserts, relics and manufactured patch cards.
2013 Topps Supreme, released in mid-December only in Asia, promises two autographs per box.
2013 Topps Five Star is a 100-card set released on December 5th. Similar to the previous year's product, each six-card box will yield: One base card or parallel, one Relic, two autographs, either a third autograph or an autographed patch card, either an autographed "book" card or a Silver Signatures card.
2013 Topps Heritage High-Number Series, a 100-card factory set, was released during the last week of November 2013. Each factory set, which were sold directly from shoptopps.com for $100 each, contains 100 base cards and one autographed card.
2013 Bowman Draft Picks & Prospects was released the week of November 13, 2013.
2013 Panini Prizm Perennial Draft Picks is a 148-card set released November 8th, 2013. Each 20-pack Hobby box will yield six Prizm parallels, three inserts, and four Prospect Signature autographs. This product does not feature any active Major League players, and is not licensed by either MLB Properties or the MLBPA. Prizm Perennial does contain the first autographs of Mark Appel, the first overall pick in the 2013 MLB Draft, and Cuban refugee Jose Abreu.
2013 Triple Threads is a 171-card set released by Topps the week of October 25, 2013. The product's format is familiar: Each pack containing one "Relic" and one autographed "Relic".
2013 Topps Chrome Update, a 55-card partial parallel of the 2013 Topps Update base set, was released exclusively to retail outlets in special "Mega Boxes" on October 23, 2013. Each Mega Box, which retails for $14.99, contains five packs of 2013 Topps Update and two packs of 2013 Topps Chrome Update.
2013 Topps Update, a 330-card base set, was released on October 15th, 2013.
2013 Finest was released during the first week of October.
2013 Bowman Chrome, a 220-card set supplimented by a 110-card Prospect "insert" set, was released September 27th, 2013 -- three days after it's sister product 2013 Topps Chrome. Each 18-pack Hobby box will yield an autograph, while every third Hobby box will come with a second.
2013 Topps Chrome, a 220-card set, was released on September 24, 2013. Each 24-pack Hobby box will yield two autographed cards. Random boxes will be a "hot box" which contains all refractors of base cards.
2013 Leaf Best of Baseball was released on September 10, 2103. Each pack contains one buyback card, plus one original Leaf Best of Baseball rookie or one Legend card, which may be autographed.
2013 Topps Tier One was released August 28, 2012. Each pack promises two autographs and a Relic. As with the previous year's product, Tier One does not have a traditional base set. All the cards in the product are "hits".
2013 Pinnacle is a 200-card set released by Panini America on August 15, 2013. This set marks the return of the "Pinnacle" brand name (which was inherited by Panini after their purchase of Donruss-Playoff) to baseball after a 15-year hiatus. Each eight-card Hobby pack will contain at least one insert, and each 24-pack Hobby box will yield two autographs.
2013 Topps Allen & Ginter's was released to retail outlets on Monday, August 5th and to the hobby on Tuesday, August 6th.
2013 Topps Mini, was first released on Wednesday, July 31, 2013 at the 2013 NSCC. The base set, similar to 2012, is identical to the Topps base set that contains cards 1-661, skipping number 7 for a total of 660 cards.
2013 Bowman Platinum was released to the hobby on July, 30, 2013.
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