Card Gallery: 2011 Topps Tribute baseball cards


By Chris Olds | Baseball Editor

Our Box Busters video fried and went to video purgatory — it happens … but we’ll re-film another soon — but we didn’t want to wait to show off some of what was inside one box of 2011 Topps Tribute.

A definite highlight was the Lou Gehrig card seen above, but you can see more … after the jump.

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  1. Robert Belenzon 18 April, 2011 at 11:50

    Hi Chris
    Hard to believe…from looking at the pictures…Gehrig signed that many cards for Topps.
    Is it a facsimilly auto or the real thing?
    Otherwise, nice looking cards that are out of my price range.

    From Olds: Gehrig died in 1941. It’s a facsimile auto.

  2. noille 18 April, 2011 at 12:30

    $300+ per box, I had to send 6 back for peeling and scratches… Just got them today, and Topps did great sending replacement…

  3. Randall Roberson 18 April, 2011 at 19:31

    I participated in four box breaks for this product and was very happy with the pulls for the teams I picked. 2 Albert Belle relic autos, a robbie alomar relic auto, Duke Snyder triple relic auto and the big hit was a Nolan Ryan triple relic auto. All were out of 99 cards but for less than a $100, including shipping I did very well on a product I could not buy myself.

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