Join Beckett Baseball’s Chris Olds and Brian Fleischer as they rip into a pair of 2011 Topps Heritage MiLB cards in this latest episode of Box Busters.
What will they find inside? Watch and find out …
I like the fact that the autographs and tint cards are serially numbered. I hope that Topps will do this in 2012 Topps Heritage. What I don’t like are the sticker autographs!!!! Do away with these ugly things!!!
Craig from Texas
I wish people will stop complaining about sticker autographs. Ten years ago when everybody complained that they wanted more autographss per box, the card company’s came up with sending a sheet of stickers to the players, they autograph them and sent it back to the company. It’s still that players autograph so what’s the big deal. If Topps, Panini and UD paid these plays to come in and sit down for an autograph signing then the average boxes will be even more expensive then what they are today. Now, I agree when it comes to high end products there should be no sticker autographs and bigger jersey pieces. However, for the average product I personally do not have to much of a problem. My problem is when they just put the sticker autograph anywhere on the card. I like it when there is a spot for the autograph stick. Some products look like at the last second they decided “hey let’s put one of those autograph stickers we have on this card.” Besides, an on card autograph does not sell anymore then a sticker autograph.
Pick your evils: stickers or redemptions? Stickers vs. Damaged returned cards?
these cards are really nice. i like the look and feel of them very much. i hope topps keeps them going for next year. the sticker autos are fine and personally, they look just as good or better to me sometimes. nice pull on the harper relic, chris! i think it really wants to go into my pc! i’ll trade ya a nick swisher graph for it! thanks for keeping us informed guys. keep up the great work!
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