Don’t call it a comeback. Call it a resoundingly triumphant return; an epic reemergence that will remind longtime collectors just why Classics Baseball was so great in the first place — and make newcomers who missed it during its first extended run joyful that it’s back.
2014 Classics Baseball returns to the industry Wednesday after almost 10 years on the shelf, and it’s bringing back everything that made it so, well, classic with it. The history-making memorabilia, the legend-heavy checklist, the autographs, the Rookie Cards . . . even two-mini-box packaging configuration.
Earlier this week, Panini America’s Baseball Product Development team oversaw the packout process for a stacked Classics release that will deliver two autographs numbered to 299 or less, two memorabilia cards numbered to 99 or less, 48 Rookie Cards, two Timeless Tributes parallels, six Home Run Heroes, six Legendary Lumberjacks, six October Heroes and six Stars of Summer in every 24-pack master box.
The following Quality Control Gallery should provide significant insight into this classic revival; enjoy the preview and stay tuned to The Knight’s Lance for continued coverage.
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Awesome looking product.
Any idea on MSRP? Stuff looks incredible.
Box SRP is $144; $6/pack.
Please Mr Hackler . pretty please I like a free box of this .. please . .. it looks really nice . good job Panini as always … best card company out there period .. nice autos for hof to rising stars .
A 2014 Classics box break should be really fun…bring it back to NFL?
Love that Classics is back!! Can’t wait to crack open some boxes! Keep up the great work Panini!
Very impressive gallery, stoked to see my father’s favorite player of all time Thurman Munson have a mem card in the release. Interesting box/pack format as well. Thanks for the preview Tracy!
Brings me back..i like it