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Default First look: 2010 Bowman Platinum baseball cards

First look: 2010 Bowman Platinum baseball cards
July 30, 2010, 3:15 pm



Topps released the basic product information and preview images for its newest prospect-laden line, Bowman Platinum, on Friday, a product that carries some high-end possible hits at a lesser price point.

Set to arrive in mid-November, the new line will include two on-card autographed Refractors and one autographed patch card per 24-pack box. Each pack will include three Platinum cards and two Chrome prospect cards.

The Platinum Chrome autographs will all be signed on-card and the checklist includes 48 minor league stars, all with SuperFractors and Printing Plates as well as Red, Blue and Green Refractor parallels. (The most plentiful cards are numbered to 199, while Reds are limited to 10.)

The Platinum Chrome base card set includes 50 players, a mix of minor leaguers and USA Baseball players. These cards will have Red, Green, Blue and and standard Refractors as well as SuperFractors and Printing Plates.

The autograph Relic checklist includes 41 cards, comprised of stars, rookies and USA Baseball players all of which can be found with Red, Blue and Green parallels as well. While there will be dual autographed Relics to be found there are also multi-autograph lineup includes duals and triples while there also will be Hexagraphs booklet cards with six autographs. The most notable? The Stephen Strasburg-Jason Heyward-Carlos Santana-Mike Stanton-Starlin Castro-Buster Posey card.

The base set will consist of 100 cards (veterans and rookies), while parallels to the set will include Platinum and Platinum Gold cards.

Among those on the autograph checklist include Jesus Montero, Jonathan Singleton, Ryan Howard, Heyward, Prince Fielder, Strasburg, Ike Davis, Castro, Matt Garza, Santana, Josh Hamilton, Logan Morrison and others.

Besides the rookie-laden Hexagraph, the other three cards of that type include a Ryan Howard-Albert Pujols-Alex Rodriguez-David Wright-Robinson Cano-Prince Fielder card as well as a Arodys Vizcaino-Aroldis Chapman-Adeiny Hechavarria-Miguel Sano-Jesus Montero-Jose Iglesias card. The final card? A six-signature USA Baseball card.

Chris Olds is the editor of Beckett Baseball.

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