Miguel Cabrera Rookie Drives 2000 Topps Traded Factory Set

12 Jul

While Miguel Cabrera continues to light up scoreboards and stat sheets across the nation, his performance has also has been lighting up the eyes of collectors! The 2000 Topps Traded Baseball set contains Miguel Cabrera’s rookie card, #T40. Pictured as a young infielder for the Florida Marlins, Cabrera was considered a hot prospect at the time of that card’s printing. Few could have predicted the tear he has been on at the plate for the past few seasons, though. After winning the AL triple crown in 2012 (the first player to do so since Carl Yastrzemski accomplished the feat in 1967), Miguel has been equally impressive in the 2013 campaign. At the time of this article, he leads two out of the three triple crown categories in the American League (.366 AVG, 94 RBI) and trails Chris Davis by only 4 home runs (34 to 30).

With Cabrera’s hot play at the dish, it is no wonder demand for his rookie card has spiked significantly. But the 2000 Topps Traded Factory set offers more than that. In addition to the 135 traded and rookie players showcased in the set, each set contains a randomly inserted autographed rookie card.

Brandon Phillips, Brandon Inge, Carlos Zambrano, Francisco Rodriguez, Michael Young, Adrian Gonzalez, and Adam Wainwright all also have rookie cards in the set. Larry Fritsch Cards currently lists the set for sale for under $100 but prices have been climbing quickly. Don’t miss your chance at one of the hottest items going right now!

View the 2000 Topps Baseball Traded Factory Set!

2013 Topps Archives Baseball Set

16 Mar
Mike Trout 1990 Design

1990 Design

Last year Topps released a new version of their throwback line of cards with the 2012 Topps Archives Baseball set. This year the 2013 Topps

Archives set returns featuring stars from today and all-time greats on card designs from 1972, 1982, 1985, and 1990.

The players on the 1972 design include stars like Yu Darvish, Roy Halladay, Prince Fielder, Derek Jeter, Matt Kemp, Ryan Braun, Albert Pujols and all-time greats like Babe Ruth, Wade Boggs, Cal Ripken Jr and Gary Carter.

The 1982 design boats a lineup including Johan Santana, CC Sabathia, Robinson Cano, and Bryce Harper. They are joined by Reggie Jackson, Ozzie Smith, Eddie Mathews, Harmon Killebrew, and Jackie Robinson.

Clayton Kershaw 1985 Design

1985 Design

The 1985 design includes Dustin Pedroia, Andrew McCutchen, Josh Hamilton, Gio Gonzalez, and Jose Batista, plus greats including George Brett, Paul Molitor, Willie Stargell, and Ted Williams.

Rounding out the set on the 1990 design are players like Giancarlo Stanton, Troy Tulowitzki, Craig Kimbrel, Evan Longoria, and Joe Mauer, flanked by all-time greats Tony Gwynn, Rod Carew, Goose Gossage, and Yogi Berra, just to name a few!

Larry Fritsch Cards offers the 200 card base set along with the 250 card set which includes short printed cards of all-time greats on differe

nt Topps designs and are very difficult to obtain! For more information click on any of the cards pictured or the link below.

2013 Topps Archives Baseball Set at FritschCards.com

Babe Ruth 1972 Design

1972 Design

Now in stock: 2013 Topps Baseball Series 1 Boxes

28 Jan

At the end of last week we received our shipment of 2013 Topps Baseball Series 1 boxes! Year after year the Topps Baseball issue continues to be one of our biggest sellers, so you don’t want to miss out on your chance to get the first offering of 2013 cards from the one and only Topps. The 2013 Topps Baseball release marks the company’s 62nd year in cards. Topps continues to be the most storied baseball card producer in history and the only official Major League Baseball card.  The unopened boxes from Topps give you a shot at insert cards such as Autographs, Parallel Cards, Relics, and more! See the end of this post to view a few of the different styles of 2013 Topps Baseball.

Topps has said their 2013 offering is all about “the chase.” Similar to baseball’s chase for the pennant, records, and history, card collecting has its own chase. Whether you are chasing the next big star’s rookie card, an autographed card of your favorite player, or the last card you need to fill in your set, Topps provides plenty of options for collectors to chase with these boxes!

After pre-orders, our stock of these boxes is already running low. So be sure to visit FritschCards.com now and order your boxes before it’s too late!

Click on any image below to learn more about the 2013 Topps Baseball Series 1 Boxes.

2013 Topps Prince Fielder

2013 Prince Fielder Base Card

2013 Topps Johnny Bench: The Greats
The Greats: Johnny Bench
2013 Anthony Rizzo: Chasing the Dream

2013 Anthony Rizzo: Chasing the Dream

2013 Topps Calling Cards: Albert Pujols

Calling Cards: Albert Pujols

50 Years Ago Today…

22 Jan

It was 50 years ago today that we moved to the 63 acre property that today is home to Larry Fritsch Cards. At that time in 1963 it was Larry doing this on a part-time basis, but proving our company’s longevity in the hobby, we have been in that same location for 50 years, 43 of them in business full-time. In those 50 years some things have changed and some remain the same. Things in the hobby have definitely evolved. It was bitterly cold that January day in 1963. Today in Stevens Point, Wisconsin the temperature is -12 degrees. Just like the cold temperatures that are sure to hit Wisconsin in January, we will also be here, year after year.

So as things continue to change, know that Larry Fritsch Cards will continue to be here, in the same place we have been for the past 50 years, to help serve you for all your collecting needs. Ithas been a great 50 years, and we will be here for you for another 50 more. Thank you.

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