2013 Panini Select Baseball Hobby BoxRegular price $249.95 Sale price $179.95 Save $70.00
14 packs per box. 6 cards per pack.
- Look for signed Rookie Cards of the top players from the 2013 Rookie Class including Shelby Miller, Wil Myers, Gerrit Cole, Kevin Gausman and many more.
- Each box includes two 7-pack mini-boxes in every box. Look for 2 autographs inside each mini-box (4 autographs per hobby box), 2 Prizms in every mini-box (5 Prizms per hobby box, on average), 1 unsigned Rookie Card, 1 Skills, 1 En Fuego and 1 Thunder Alley in every mini-box.
- Rookie Prizms, along with Rookie Autographs Prizms, numbered to 99. Rookie Gold Prizms and Rookie Autographs Gold Prizms numbered to 25.
BOX BREAK AVERAGES
- 4 Autographs
- 5 Prizms (including one SP retired player)
- 2 Retired SPs
- 2 Non-autographed Rookie Cards
- 2 Skills
- 2 En Fuego
- 2 Thunder Alley
In the Zone, On Fire, or En Fuego, however you choose to describe it, this set features players who fit into that category. These are some of the hottest-looking cards you'll find using Prizm technology.
These 10 cards were inspired by the Score Dream Team inserts from the early part of the 1990s. They are complete with an updated look and feel on the enhanced Prizm technology
This 15-card insert set focuses on the 2013 Draft Class with top picks such as Kris Bryant, Jonathan Gray, Kohl Stewart, No. 1 pick Mark Appel and more.
This 75-card subset of autographed Rookie Cards contains the top rookies, numbered to 750 or 500. Included in the set you'll find players such as Shelby Miller, Wil Myers, Gerrit Cole, Jurickson Profar among others
In this 50-card subset of Rookie Cards, you'll find rookie sensation Yasiel Puig and many more. Also be sure to look for the Prizm parallels numbered to 99, Gold Prizms numbered to 25 and Black Prizms numbered one of one.
This 100-card set features signatures from a mixture of current and retired players. Among the current stars you'll find are Joe Mauer, David Wright, Troy Tulowitzki, Stephen Strasburg and Yoenis Cespedes. Also, look for retired stars such as Ken Griffey Jr., Cal Ripken Jr., Rickey Henderson, and Roger Clemens.