Last week's release of 2013 Elite Extra Edition Baseball marked the return of a new year of baseball prospecting's most relevant and in-demand products. As has become custom, the latest installment of a product affectionately dubbed "EEE" by hardcore enthusiasts delivers high value due to an autograph roster filled with a quantity of quality.
Last week’s release of 2013 Elite Extra Edition Baseball marked the return of a new year of baseball prospecting’s most relevant and in-demand products. As has become custom, the latest installment of a product affectionately dubbed “EEE” by hardcore enthusiasts delivers high value due to an autograph roster filled with a quantity of quality.
In the days between 2013 Elite Extra Edition packing out and going live, several key signers returned their autographs for the set to Panini America. So while the players listed below were included in the product as redemption cards initially, collectors can take solace in the fact that the autograph cards are already being sent to collectors holding redemptions.
Key late arrivals include Andrew Thurman, Dereck Rodriguez (Franchise Future Signatures; the remainder of Rodriguez’ autographs packed out initially), Nick Ciuffo, Dustin Peterson, Hunter Green, Rosell Herrera and Tim Atherton.
Speaking of 2013 Elite Extra Edition redemption cards, a production error on EEE redemption cards themselves led to an incorrect deadline date being printed on the cards. The incorrect date printed on all 2013 EEE Baseball redemption cards is June 9, 2014. The correct redemption deadline for 2013 Elite Extra Edition Baseball — as printed on both the product boxes and overwrap — is June of 2015.
Stay tuned to The Knight’s Lance for additional coverage of 2013 Elite Extra Edition Baseball.
5 Replies to “Panini America Offers Redemption Details for 2013 Elite Extra Edition Baseball”
Thanks for getting them out so quickly, since they are being shipped, will be GREAT to see some of these on the secondary market before the weekend, yay!
Always good to see this kind of news, coupled with Panini’s long-standing willingness to fulfill expired redemptions and you have a product that should be a success now and for years to come. Thanks Tracy!
Pay for the MLB licence already
If only it were that easy . . .