2016 Topps Legacies of Baseball Details

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A new brand of baseball cards is on the horizon for 2016 and it’s one that celebrates the stars of the past as well as today. It’s 2016 Topps Legacies of Baseball, a high-end brand that arrives with two autographed cards in every pack. It’s a baseball version of Valor with a touch of Fire, which we have seen in other sports in recent years.

2016 Topps Legacies of Baseball Craig Biggo Autograph

Inserts

The Vault Metals are found one per pack with three types of parallels — Purple Logo (/50), Red (/5) and 1/1 Black — for all 50 cards. These showcase Topps photos on a metal card. Base versions are numbered to 135.

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Collectors can expect one additional insert per pack from Lasting Imprints (all-time greats) or Imminent Arrivals (top rookies). These have Purple (/50), Red (/5) and 1/1 Black parallels as well as autographed versions. Base versions have no more than 99 copies each.

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2016 Topps Legacies of Baseball Autographs

The autograph lineup includes on-card signatures and include Tradition autos. These are cards of players who did things “the right way” according to the company — along with Loyalty, Tenacity and Exhilaration autos. Loyalty are for players who mostly played for one team. Tenacity focuses on attitude and Exhilaration looks at young stars. All themes come with serial numbers as well as Green (/99), Purple (/50), Red (/5) and 1/1 Black parallels.

2016 Topps Legacies of Baseball at a glance

Packs per hobby box: 1
Cards per pack: 4
Boxes per case: 8
Release date: March 30, 2016

What to expect in a hobby box

  • Autographs – 2
  • Inserts – 1

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8 comments

  1. Tom 28 August, 2015 at 10:43

    The license still prohibits “legacies” to a small percentage of retired players. This set looks like Tier One.

  2. Larry 28 August, 2015 at 10:52

    I feel like I have seen that Wade Boggs picture before. Curious, are they recycling old photos?

    • Ryan Cracknell 28 August, 2015 at 11:30

      The image in the mock-up was used for 1991 Topps also. Possible it could change by the time the product comes out but it’s common for images to be reused, particularly retired players.

  3. Blake 29 August, 2015 at 20:06

    Too many sets like these… Tier One, Dynasty, Supreme, why? They can’t even get tribute right and Topps has been making that set for 15 years.

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