12-09-2012, 06:10 AM #1
Pop-Up Home Run: Throwback Insert Adds Power to 2012 Golden Age Baseball
There are days inside Panini America HQ when I tend to forget that I have a job to do and I spend way too much time wandering around the office in amazement, a still-awestruck collector basking in the brilliance of the day-to-day business that engulfs me. Yesterday was one of those days.
I was back in the Product Development area scoping out the Quality Control finds from upcoming releases such as 2012-13 Limited Basketball and 2012 Black Football when I came to a screeching halt at Mike Payne's desk. Strategically placed and propped up like a troop of inviting little green Army men were several of the brilliantly cool Pop-Ups inserts coming to 2012 Golden Age Baseball.
12-09-2012, 05:19 PM #2
The cards look simply amazing but when was the last time an insert set moved a baseball product?Trade Bucket: Hidden Content
12-09-2012, 06:20 PM #3
Does the term even have any meaning anymore? Once upon a time, an insert was anything NOT part of the base set that was included in a pack. These days, it seems every pack comes with 2 or 3 "inserts" in the guise of parallels and minis. There are more "inserts" than regular cards.