02-12-2013, 09:47 PM #1
Topps creates the largest card ever at 90 feet by 60 feet
Topps unveiled the world’s largest baseball card Tuesday morning in Lakeland, Fla., a 90-by-60 foot version of Fielder’s card in the 2013 set.
The unveiling took place with Fielder on hand along with groups of youth league baseball players to help unveil the card at Peterson Park near the Tigers’ spring training home.
02-13-2013, 09:05 AM #2
Try & find a toploader for that!
02-13-2013, 09:20 AM #3
Instead of making 90 foot cards maybe the time could be better spent mailing out some redemptions,Topps continues to amaze me.Sorry our Quarterback isn't elite,He only wins Superbowls.
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02-13-2013, 09:30 AM #4
02-13-2013, 10:23 AM #5
Yazfan71 imagine if Yaz had one I know you be wanting that card for sure *lol*"Any ballplayer that doesn't sign Autographs for little kids Ain't an American. He is a Communist"-Rogers Hornsby on Signing an Autograph as a Manager in 1942 with the St. Louis Browns.
02-13-2013, 10:27 AM #6
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02-13-2013, 03:30 PM #9
Only a matter of time before the counterfeits in this size show up. :D
02-17-2013, 05:51 PM #10
I've only ever got one redemption card out of the 1,000s of packs I've opened in my life. It was a 1996 Collectors Choice 'you crash the game' Mike Piazza. The stipulations were Piazza had to hit a homerun on one of the dates given on the back of the card. If he did u sent the card in with required S & H and got a special redemption card of Piazza. The dates given were a 4 game series in Colorado. He went homerless in the 1st 3 games and then hit two homers in the final game. I was stoked and sent the card in the mail a week later with a check with the correct S & H.
I never got the card
I know this is kinda of the subject, but all this talk about redemptions got me reminiscing..."I felt I had to prove...that the Yankees are just a team of ballplayers, not a pride of supermen." - Sandy Koufax; after striking out a series record 15 batters in game 1 of the '63 World Series
Lookin 4 vintage Dodgers/Rams, Kemp and Kershaw RCs, Lakers 80s-present