Topps Baseball Returns
2023 Topps Series 2 Baseball returns June 7th. There are several products you can purchase to suit your ripping style.
Series 2 continues to deliver the hits, containing the first flagship rookie cards of Volpe, Walker, Senga, Henderson, and more! You’ll also be able to chase the Golden Mirror SSP and other rare variations and inserts. And Series 2 offers everything in a range of cool colors, including Father’s Day Powder Blue and Independence Day!
Overwhelming? Don’t worry. We’ve got you covered by looking at each of the main product configurations below.
So Get ready to complete your 2023 Topps Baseball set!
2023 Topps Series 2 Baseball – Hobby Box
The 2023 Series 2 Hobby Box is perfect for the more traditional collector. The box offers a wide variety of base cards, parallels, and inserts. It also guarantees one “hit” per box, which could be an autograph card, a relic card, or an autograph relic card. Exclusive to this offering is the Clear Variations of 100 select base cards – the card is printed on clear, acetate material. Other cards are limited to the Hobby and Hobby Jumbo boxes like the Base Card Black Parallels (#’d to 72), sketch cards, Topps Reverence Autograph Relics, and more. This box also contains one bonus Silver Pack with exclusive 1988 Topps Chrome Insert Cards.
2023 Topps Series 2 Baseball – Hobby Jumbo
The 2023 Topps Series 2 Baseball Hobby Jumbo box is an excellent purchase for the “hit seeker.” Each box is guaranteed to contain one autograph card, one relic card, and one manufactured relic card. These Hobby Jumbo boxes are the only place collectors will find the Base Card Rainbow Foil Parallels (1:2 packs) and the Oversized Topps Record Breakers cards (1:11 box). They also share exclusive cards with the Hobby boxes, as mentioned above. Also, this box will contain TWO of the bonus Silver Packs with 1988 Topps Chrome Insert cards.
2023 Topps Series 2 Baseball – Retail
The 2023 Topps Series 2 Baseball Retail comprises several types of Series 2 retail offerings. Different pack and box types can be found for retail at Target, Walmart, etc. Retail boxes range in price, but some start at just a few dollars. These packs and boxes are perfect for the baseball fan new to collecting or the seasoned collector looking to complete a set.