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SI, Topps Team for a 70th Anniversary Card Set Featuring Classic Baseball Covers

SI/Topps Sports industry titans, Sports Illustrated and Topps, come together to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the first Topps baseball cards with a new series launching March 16. With a total of 70 cards in the special edition set, each one will depict one of the most memorable Sports Illustratedbaseball ...

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Topps To Create Special Box Set Featuring College Football Superstar Trevor Lawrence In Partnership

Having just completed one of the most decorated careers in college football history and weeks away from the likely No. 1 selection in the pro draft, Trevor Lawrencehas signed on with Topps in a landmark deal that will see the winningest starting quarterback in Clemson history featured in an exclusive ...

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Snoop Dogg, Futura, Ron English Among Artists In ‘Project70’ Series Throughout 2021, Launching Today

Topps Project70 On the heels of its overwhelmingly successful Project 2020, Topps today unveiled the first cards in Project70, a new series which celebrates the 70th anniversary of the first Topps baseball set in a comprehensive program featuring 51 premier artists and designers from around the world each creating 20 ...

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‘The People’s Champ’ Ali Featured In 100-Card Topps Series Throughout 2021

Topps Inc. Perhaps no athlete in history transcends sports as deeply as does the great Muhammad Ali. His charisma and championship pedigree gave him the forum to fight for activism and justice, and he remains one of the most popular figures of all time across the globe. Now, Ali’s life ...

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Topps Issues Fine Art Prints From Popular Project 2020 Cards

Now with more than 80% of its 400-card run issued since it began in March, Topps “Project 2020,” the ambitious effort by 20 commissioned popular artists across the world to re-imagine 20 iconic baseball cards from the past 70 years, moves to a new phase with today’s introduction of Fine ...

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Ripken’s ‘Unbreakable’ Streak Honored With TOPPS Card Set

When Lou Gehrig halted his consecutive game streak at 2130 in May 1939, it was, as his Yankee Stadium monument reads, a record that “…should stand for all time.” The carvers didn’t know that less than 200 miles to the southwest, in Aberdeen, Md., a three year old Cal Ripken lived who would one day sire ...

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Don C’s Jackie Robinson TOPPS Project 2020 Card Posts On Jackie Robinson Day

A commemorative TOPPS Project 2020 card celebrating Jackie Robinson Day Friday across MLB posted today at http://topps.com/project2020. Artist Don C’s interpretation of the classic 1952 Topps Robinson card is available through 1 p.m. ET on Sunday. The Robinson card, issued today along with Jacob Rochester’s reimagining of the iconic 1955 ...

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Mets’ Alonso Curates Topps Special Collecible Set Of 50 Cards

In (the first) Spring Training, Topps met up with 2019 Rookie of the Year Pete Alonso to develop his own curated card set. Today, Alonso’s inspirations hit the collecting scene, as Topps introduces the 50-card series with a decidedly New York feel. Some of the elements selected by Alonso include ...

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American Cornhole League World Championship Cards Launch TOPPS NOW ACL Series

Cards depicting eight singles and doubles American Cornhole League (ACL) World Championship winners issued today on the TOPPS NOW® platform captured an exciting weekend of action and helped launch the partnership between the cardmaker’s partnership with ACL. The cards are available for purchase until Tuesday, August 18, at 1 p.m. ...

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Dr. Anthony Fauci TOPPS NOW® First Pitch Card Sells Record Of More Than 51K Copies In 24 Hours

The toss may have been a “flattened curve” low and outside, but the Topps Company’s TOPPS NOW card depicting Thursday’s Major League Baseball opening night first pitch by Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and a leading expert on the current COVID-19 pandemic, ...

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