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Watch Blue Jays Star Josh Donaldson Break National Treasures in New Panini Video

September 1, 2015

Toronto Blue Jays superstar Josh Donaldson, a noted high-end collector and serious threat to win AL MVP honors this season, dropped by Panini America HQ last week for a quick autograph session while his team was in town to play the Texas Rangers. When he was done signing, he was gracious enough to sit down for a special episode of Panini Unwrapped featuring one of his favorite products: National Treasures Football.

In the must-see video that follows, Donaldson’s laid-back demeanor, keen sense of humor and quick wit are on full display, as is his broad knowledge of the National Treasures brand. Enjoy the video and stay tuned to The Knight’s Lance in the coming days for a must-see video roundtable featuring Donaldson and members of the Panini America Product Development team.

4 Comments leave one →
  1. Mike Pereira permalink
    September 1, 2015 11:53 am

    We need an Evan Mathis and Josh Donaldson group break. Love seeing some actual players that collect. Nice to hear what they think of the player side of the hobby.

  2. September 1, 2015 5:40 pm

    Excellent job by Josh knowing the lingo, well done on the breaks. Thanks Tracy!

  3. richard sandanam permalink
    September 2, 2015 12:44 pm

    As a big Blue jays fan and card collecting fan this video brought me an unparalleled amount of joy and happiness. Thank you Panini and Josh Donaldson is the MVP!

  4. September 3, 2015 11:15 pm

    Cool video, nice to see current players enjoying the hobby and having a good time

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