Prizm in Progress: Panini America Reveals a Visual Update on 2015 Prizm Baseball Autos

While collectors across North America anxiously await the triumphant return of Diamond Kings Baseball on April 29, we had to find something to pass the time for collectors of America's pastime. So we took a walk to the Panini America autograph vault in the back of the building to see what we could find. What we found were the latest on-card arrivals slated for 2015 Prizm Baseball, set to release a few weeks after 2015 Diamond Kings Baseball.

Panini America 2015 Prizm Baseball In Progress (1a)

While collectors across North America anxiously await the triumphant return of Diamond Kings Baseball on April 29, we had to find something to pass the time for collectors of America’s pastime. So we took a walk to the Panini America autograph vault in the back of the building to see what we could find. What we found were the latest on-card arrivals slated for 2015 Prizm Baseball, set to release a few weeks after 2015 Diamond Kings Baseball.

In the gallery below, we showcase many of the colorful new Prizm Autographs that have been returned to Panini America HQ in recent weeks. As you read this, those cards are steadfastly being prepared for packout, which will begin early next month.

Many of the gems you’re about to witness were signed during the recent Panini Spring Training Road Trip; others have been completed through additional signing sessions. Either way, they’re easy on the eyes. If you missed our first preview of the stunning Prizm Autographs coming to 2015 Prizm Baseball, you can check that out here.

Enjoy the new arrivals and stay tuned to The Knight’s Lance for continued coverage.

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0 Replies to “Prizm in Progress: Panini America Reveals a Visual Update on 2015 Prizm Baseball Autos”

  1. Those look awesome! Can’t wait. I’m a big Prizm fan.

    Out of curiosity, what are the print runs on some of the variations? The tie-dye Kris Bryant looks like it’s numbered 01/50, but everything else isn’t numbered (at least on the front). Do they get numbered/foil-stamped after you guys get them back from the athletes?

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