Thursday, April 10, 2014

Review: 2014 Topps Baseball Series 1 Cards #Spon

Disclosure: Special thanks to Topps for sponsoring this post. The Topps product, information, and gift pack have been provided by Topps

As baseball season comes into full swing, here's a great way to kick-off the America's favorite sport: 2014 Topps Baseball Series 1 cards!  They are a fun way to learn about the exciting new rookies while also looking back at the greatest players of today and yesterday.







 


My 13-year-old son loves collecting baseball cards. He was thrilled to receive this first series of 2014. Topps baseball cards really bring the baseball season into our home - my son is on his way to becoming an MLB expert thanks to these cards! 

For kids that don't like to read, baseball cards are also an excellent practice in literacy.

Here are some fun facts about the 2014 Topps Baseball Series 1 Cards:

·         Topps is giving fans who purchase 2014 Topps Baseball Series 1 cards the chance to win highly-coveted Topps’ Top 50 Rookie Cards from years’ past, including Mickey Mantle, Hank Aaron, Johnny Bench, Derek Jeter, Miguel Cabrera and more. 
·         Special Topps “Power Players” cards are in select 2014 Topps Baseball Series 1 cards packs, with each card having a code on the back, which when entered, places your player in a digital locker.
·         The “Power Players’” real-life performance impacts fans’ chances at winning prizes, such as autograph cards, limited edition cards, and other Major League Baseball Memorabilia.


2014 Topps Baseball Series 1 cards are available now at Walmart, Target, Kmart, Toys R Us, Modell’s, The Sports Authority, Shopko, Meijer, and nearly all hobby stores.

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  1. did you get this at walmart

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