Earlier this week, before the madness of the 2012 National Sports Collectors Convention began, Panini America's Tracy Hackler and Chris Reed spent some quality time busting, enjoying and making practical use of 2012 Triple Play Baseball and its unparalleled entertainment factor.
Earlier this week, before the madness of the 2012 National Sports Collectors Convention began, Panini America’s Tracy Hackler and Chris Reed spent some quality time busting, enjoying and making practical use of 2012 Triple Play Baseball and its unparalleled entertainment factor.
You can check out the many fun facets of 2012 Triple Play Baseball in this special episode of Panini Unwrapped. Stay tuned till the end of the video (and get your cameras ready) to find out how you can win one of five boxes.
9 Replies to “Must-See Video: Panini America Unwraps the Fun, Festive 2012 Triple Play Baseball”
I like this product. It’s a great way for me to introduce my 4 yr old son to the game.
I can definitely see this product connecting with the youth…reel ’em back in, Panini!!!
I just wanna say that this is a great product for a son and father to open together! My son is 5 years old and hes just getting into sports and he always sees me with my cards and going thruogh them! Hes always asking me about them and if he can have one! This is a great way for me and my son to bond and teach him about collecting and who the players are! If thats not a good reason for me and my son to get one of those boxes i dont know what is! Nice job guys on the art and quality of these cards there great!!! 🙂
Great looking product. It looks like a lot of fun and you guys def made the break fun. Gotta love a card product that lets you interact with it like the eyeliner and tats. Its also another great product to help our younger generation but one the older ones like myself find just as interesting and would have fun busting it to feel like a kid. A product we wont’ have to stress out over looking for that big hit. Just a product to open just for the fun of it. Great job again Panini and the design team! Thanks for the video Tracy and Chris. My son rather enjoyed it.
Looks like another great, fun-for-all product from Panini. I will be on the lookout for some in stores soon, thanks Tracy and Chris!
When I was a kid I remember opening Triple Play from 1992-1994. The product was a lot of fun back in the day but the 2012 rebirth looks even better! In a day where so many baseball products are out of the price range of kids the 99 cents price tag sure looks good.
I have never been a set collector only a player collector because most card products have crazy short prints and other gimmicks but when I first saw these card back in the spring I told myself this is one set I want to put together. If you collected in the 1990’s and left the hobby you should remember names like Nolan Ryan, George Brett, and Derek Jeter. If you just started collecting today this product will introduce kids and adults to players from another era of cardboard.
This sounds like a thing for my awesome little nephew, he loves opening packs, trading cards for the better ones, and he loves STICKERS!!! My son isnt as much into the sports and cards but ive always had a love of it and i think this is something me and my little nephew ( Hes 9, But i still call him little) and maybe even for me this product will be fun, because i have a love of autograph and memorabilia cards, and could start to get my nephew into all of that good stuff and maybe he could get a card of ichiro( He loves ichiro and his name is jake, forgot to mention that. So awesome panini!! love it and continue with the good work!!!!
Great for the kids would love to see an nba version of this product
Can we get a checklist for this? Please?