Panini America officials recently sent out preliminary Product Information Solicitations for several exciting new products coming soon enough to a hobby shop or online retailer near you and, over the course of the next few days, we’re sharing that same information with you here on The Knight’s Lance, continuing with 2020 Stars & Stripes USA Baseball.
In the extensive product preview that follows, we’ll showcase a must-see bevy of preliminary images as well as the product’s PIS documents for Hobby and Retail versions. Enjoy the sneak peek and stay tuned for additional details.
Release Date: March 11, 2020
Product Configuration: Eight cards per pack, five packs per box, 20 boxes per case.
BOX BREAK: Five autograph or memorabilia cards, 30 base cards and five parallels per hobby box, on average.
- Hobby Exclusives: Chinese Taipei Signatures, Japanese Collegiate All-Stars Signatures, Jumbo Prime parallels, Chinese Taipei Silhouette Signatures Jerseys and Japanese Collegiate All-Stars Silhouettes.
- Look for on-card autographs of the current Collegiate National Team and 18U National Team stars with rare Blue-, Red- and Green-Ink parallels.
- 2020 Stars & Stripes USA Baseball features a variety of exclusive game-worn and game-used memorabilia and, for most players, these cards will be the first certified autographs.
- Each year, USA Baseball selects the top talent to represent the USA in international competitions. This is showcased every year in the June draft where 15 or more players from this brand typically get selected in the first round.
Enjoy the preview gallery that follows and stay tuned for additional information.
The PIS document for 2020 Stars & Stripes USA Baseball Hobby is available here.
The PIS document for 2020 Stars & Stripes USA Baseball Excell Retail is available here.
The PIS document for 2020 Stars & Stripes USA Baseball MJH Retail is available here.
All information is accurate at the time of posting – content is subject to change and approval. Card images are solely for the purpose of design display. Actual images used on cards to be determined.