Later today in that magical New York village of Cooperstown, the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum will posthumously welcome its three newest members: former New York owner Jacob Ruppert, former pitcher and umpire Hank O'Day, and former catcher Deacon White. To honor these newest Hall of Famers and the pageantry surrounding today's induction ceremonies, we thought we'd offer an extended glance at Panini America's upcoming 2013 Cooperstown Baseball release.
Later today in that magical New York village of Cooperstown, the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum will posthumously welcome its three newest members: former New York owner Jacob Ruppert, former pitcher and umpire Hank O’Day, and former catcher Deacon White. To honor these newest Hall of Famers and the pageantry surrounding today’s induction ceremonies, we thought we’d offer an extended glance at Panini America’s upcoming 2013 Cooperstown Baseball release.
Set for an August 28 release, the Hall of Fame-licensed 2013 Cooperstown Baseball — like the hallowed halls of its namesake museum — celebrates the greatest men, marks and memorabilia in baseball history with a collection of classic inserts and on-card autographs steeped in tradition, reverence and awe.
Below, we’ve provided glorious, complete-set glimpses of the set’s Historic Tickets, Induction, Museum Pieces and Numbers Game inserts. In addition, we’ve also offered a quick look at the most recent on-card autographs that have been returned for the set. You can find more of 2013 Cooperstown Baseball’s on-card autographs right here.
Enjoy this special Induction Sunday sneak peek and stay tuned to The Knight’s Lance for continued coverage of 2013 Cooperstown Baseball.
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I know that Football collectors would love to see a set like this. There has never been a licensed set that has included all the HOFers.
Great job on the Baseball set, now it’s time for the Football set….please.
they wont do it….cause they have license on football and basketball and t hey know their product will sell well 😛
Ryan, Fleer has a product entitled, “Greats of the Game.” I think most, if not all, of those in the “Hall” are represented in GOTG.
I agree with last comment!
Very nice. Well conceived, well executed product. Its a testament to Panini’s creative minds that the product, in I think it’s 3rd year, has been expanded & honed.
The on-card autos are a huge selling point as they will only increase in value as time marches on. I’m impressed, thanks for the Gallery!!
great on card autos from some of the greats! Yogi Berra is my favourite from the bunch although i like the nice touch from fergie jenkins with “HOF 91”. I am also a fan of the “numbers game” and “historical tickets”
This release is a great concept overall. I was fortunate enough to see Harry kalas enshrined man years ago, it was a great trip.
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Great gallery. Hopefully the BBWAA and HOF can get it right next year. Enjoyed the tickets and the glimpse of history, though!
Much appreciated. Thanks for the reblog.
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The tickets rock. Very well designed and thanks for the drool gallery this morning.