Posted on May 18, 2011 – 4:20 pm | Author: chrisolds
Baseball | 2011 Bowman, 2011 Bowman autographs, baseball cards, MLB, Topps | Comments (6)
By Chris Olds | Baseball Editor
Collectors who ripped into boxes of 2011 Bowman may have found an autograph redemption with no name attached but Topps cleared that mystery up today.
The autograph will be one of five potential signatures, the company announced.
The player will be revealed when the card is redeemed and can be: Freddie Freeman, Aroldis Chapman, Darin Mastroianni, Jarred Cosart or Lars Anderson.
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What about the anonymous rookie autos?
Wouldn’t these names be on the rookie redemptions, not the prospect redemptions?
WOW!! thanks for more worthless 2nd year cards, Topps you and Upper Deck are doing an outstanding job of bringing the hobby to it’s knees. I can’t wait until collecting cards is a thing of the past and all of you are unemployed!!!!!
Who are the prospect autos?
TOPPS REALLY IS OFF THE BALL THIS YEAR WITH THE BOWMAN CHROME AUTO REDEMPTIONS. LEAVING THE HOTTEST PLAYERS OUT??? NOT REALLY A MYSTERY EXCEPT PEOPLE ARE CHASING AUTOS THAT DON’T EXSIST. NO HARPER, NO PINEDA, NO HOSMER, OR ANY OTHER EXCITING PROSPESTS! WHAT A JOKE!
WOW! I am about to pick up a box of 2011 Bowman on Weds.! I sure hope the hell I don’t get a redemption! Damn! Being MY LUCK I’d get a useless redemption………….thanks Topps for another year of disappointment………..and you wonder WHY,even though UD isn’t or can’t make BB cards, that a LOT of collectors are turning TO Upper Deck AND Panini. At this point, and I don’t usually collect Hockey and or Basketball that I am inclined to go that way and stick with Upper Deck AND Panini. Rethinking of what I am going to collect from now on and UD and Panini sure seems like a better way to go now.
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