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Tag Archives: 2012 Panini Cooperstown

Panini discloses two rarities in Cooperstown

If one looked closely at the on-box features of 2012 Panini Cooperstown, the very last line of the product’s features on the back panel of the wax box was a simple one.

Vin Scully’s first certified autograph in demand

One of the hotter baseball cards on the secondary market these days is one that’s in short supply and features a first-time signer who turns 85 years old today.

Box Busters: 2012 Panini Cooperstown baseball

Join Beckett Baseball’s Chris Olds as he rips into a box of 2012 Panini Cooperstown in this latest edition of Box Busters.

Box Busters Preview II: 2012 Panini Cooperstown

Join Beckett Baseball’s Chris Olds as he rips into another box of 2012 Cooperstown from Panini America after a vintage grab bag from Nick’s Sports Cards in Dallas as an opening act.

Panini’s Cooperstown includes first baseball cards of first woman elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

If one wants to see the depth of the inclusions in the new 2012 Cooperstown baseball card set from Panini America, one doesn’t need to land a Vin Scully autograph or an Alexander Cartwright card.

Box Busters Preview: 2012 Panini Cooperstown

Join Beckett Baseball’s Chris Olds as he rips into a box of 2012 Cooperstown baseball cards from Panini America in this latest edition of Box Busters.

Memorabilia takes center stage in Cooperstown

The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown, N.Y., is home to the greatest collection of baseball memorabilia in the world.

Cooperstown showcases military + auto updates

Panini America’s next baseball-focused brand, Cooperstown, will showcase not only the greatest in the game but more.

Hall of Famers of all types in Panini Cooperstown

When Panini America’s latest baseball card set arrives in late-August, it will include many — if not all — of the residents of the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, N.Y.

First Look: 2012 Panini Cooperstown baseball

Panini America is aiming to make “Cooperstown” synonymous with one more thing — baseball cards.