First Buzz: 2019 Topps Definitive Collection baseball cards

What: 2019 Topps Definitive Collection baseball cards
Arrives: April 24
Box basics: Six autos or autographed Relics and two additional Relics per eight-card box (three boxes per case)
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What's buzz-worthy: Definitive returns for a third season with the same format but a number of new faces and interesting inclusions that Topps says has it "back and better than ever" with everything capped at no more than 50 copies per card.

Keep reading for more as well as a full gallery of images.

The Basics: A number of card types can be found here with case hits including framed auto patches, cut autos, inscriptions, auto patch books, nameplates, helmets and legendary autographs. ... Rookie Autos (/50 max) once again will have Green (/25), Purple (/10) and 1/1 Red parallels, while Definitive Autograph Collection cards will also have 1/1 Reds. Legendary Autograph Collection cards (/25) will have Purple (/5) and 1/1 Reds, while dual autos will have Green (/10), Purple (/5) and 1/1 Reds. There also will be 1/1 Cut autos for as many as 50 players. Also in play will be Framed Autograph Collection cards (/30) with Purple (/10) and 1/1 Reds as well as Defining Moments autos (/50). 

On the auto Relic side, things once again open up a bit with basic auto Relics (/TBD) also having Green (/25) and Purple (/10) parallels and five different 1/1 Red cards to chase for each player just like the previous two years. There will be team logo, MLB logo, Majestic logo, jersey button and laundry tag cards. The Definitive Dual Auto Relics (/35 max) will once again have Purple (/10) and Red parallels. Once again, there also will be auto patch books (/5) with 1/1 team logo patch parallels, while framed auto patches (/30) also will have Purples and Reds just like last year. ... Relics will have a number of 1/1 creations -- Definitive Nameplate Collection and Definitive Patch Collection among them -- along with jumbo Relics (/50 max) that will have Blue (/30), Green (/15), Purple (/5) and 1/1 Reds. Then there will be Definitive Helmets (/50 max) with Purple (/10) and 1/1 logos, tags and performance rating logos from the helmets just like last year.

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