While the Geico camel will no doubt be busy touting tomorrow as another glorious hump day, collectors across the country will remember tomorrow for far more than merely being the middle of another work week. For collectors know that tomorrow is a huge hobby day as it relates to Panini America products.
While the GEICO camel will no doubt be busy touting tomorrow as another glorious hump day, collectors across the country will remember tomorrow for far more than merely being the middle of another work week. Collectors, you see, know that tomorrow is a huge hobby day as it relates to Panini America products.
With a tantalizing trio of products on tap for release tomorrow (2012-13 Intrigue Basketball, 2013 Certified Football and 2013 Prizm Baseball), Panini America officials will have something new for just about every collector entering a hobby shop or buying online tomorrow — and we’ll cover the rest of you with the release of 2013-14 Prizm Hockey one week from tomorrow.
Already this week we’ve brought you box-busting previews devoted to 2013 Certified Football and 2012-13 Intrigue Basketball. Now it’s time to give 2013 Prizm Baseball the Teaser Gallery treatment. Roughly six months after 2012 Prizm Baseball released, a bold, new 2013 edition arrives boasting all-new designs, new Prizm parallels and the printing technology collectors love like only Panini America can deliver it.
To get you ready for tomorrow’s Prizm release, we busted one 20-pack box earlier today. The following gallery takes you pack-by-pack through the experience. Enjoy, and stay tuned to The Knight’s Lance for additional coverage of 2013 Prizm Baseball.
0 Replies to “Teaser Gallery: Panini America Cracks Open One Early Box of 2013 Prizm Baseball”
Man..You guys pulled the gold that i wanted..RYNO!!!..now there are only 9 more out there for me…
They look nice and all but why does James McDonald have an auto in this product? That card would not even get a .99 cent bid.
Agree when you get two common players as hits it’s a real downer for the whole break. The inserts where more exciting than the hits.
Love the die cuts! MLB needs to get their heads out of their butts and give you a license! These are better looking than anything Topps has put out this year!
Stunning! Looks even better than last years!
Wow. Die-cut prizm technology. What could be better than those beauties?
Can’t say as I’ve heard of either guy whose autograph was pulled, the Prizms are very nice though. Thanks Tracy!