2018 Topps Heritage Minors Baseball
Release Date: Friday, September 28, 2018
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Configuration: 8 cards per pack; 18 packs per box; 12 boxes per case.
Inside Each Box: 1 autograph & 1 relic; 2 Make Your Pro Debut promos; 1 Blue Cello Pack Box Topper
Highlights: This set includes 200 base cards featuring the top Minor League Baseball stars of the 2018 season. Be on the lookout for Short Prints and Image Variations, as well.
There are also low-numbered parallels for the base set including Blue Border #d/99, Black Border #d/50, Team Name Color Change #d/25 and Red Border #d 1/1.
Inserts include 1969 Collector Cards and 1969 Deckle Edge.
Inserted at one per box, Topps Heritage Minors will feature on-card autographs featuring the Real One Autographs set with parallels including Blue Border #d/99, Black Border #d/50, Team Name Color Change #d/25 and Red Border#d 1/1.
Relic cards are also inserted at one per box and feature sets such as Clubhouse Collection and ’69 Mint.
The Clubhouse Collection memorabilia cards contain game-used relics and have parallels including Blue #d/99, Black #d/50, Orange Patch #d/25, and Red Patch #d 1/1.
The ’69 Mint relic cards feature an embedded coin from 1969. These also have the following parallels: Black Quarter #d/50, Red Quarter #d 1/1, and Auto Relic #d/10.
Update April 17, 2019 via Topps.com:
Topps Heritage Minor League Baseball is a fun product year-over-year for collectors. It includes a large checklist of MiLB players with fun inserts and imagery.
Another aspect of the Topps Heritage Minor League are the mystery redemptions for base cards. These feature newly drafted players not available yet for the product.
In 2018 Topps Heritage Minor League Baseball, there were two such mystery redemptions and Topps is ready to reveal those players. The mystery redemptions for base cards are:
- Subject A – Casey Mize
- Subject B – Nolan Gorman
Mize is the Detroit Tigers top prospect and 16th overall prospect based on MLBPipeline.com.
Gorman was the Cardinals first pick in 2018 and their number-one prospect and sits 58th in the MLB Pipeline Top 100 list.
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