02-27-2013, 09:00 PM #1
First look: 2012 Panini Prizm baseball cards
Panini America confirmed on Wednesday that it’s bringing the Prizm brand to baseball this year with 2012 Prizm.
Set to arrive in April, it will include a 200-card base set that includes 50 rookies. Each will be found with standard Prizm parallels as well as Gold and Finite Black 1/1s that will only be found in hobby packs. At retail, there will be Green as well as Walmart-only Blue and Target-only Red Prizms to be found.
Each hobby box will include two autographs and three Prizms. Retail boxes will include three Green Prizms.
02-27-2013, 09:45 PM #2
non licensed prizm baseball interesting, the question is if panini can do this with baseball why cant topps get a players contract for basketball. Its funny they are even allowed to use stats and team location just not uniform.
Last edited by cardcollectorman; 02-27-2013 at 09:48 PM.
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02-28-2013, 12:35 AM #5
I'm torn on this product. I wasn't a fan of the football due to it having only 2 hits and I believe the box was $140ish? If its anywhere near that with panini not having a liscense I don't care if I have a sliver of a chance of pulling a Trout gold Refrac that someone will spend their retirement fund on, it just doesn't have enough umph to the product. They're aesthetically pleasing but that's about the only thing that the cards really have going for them.
02-28-2013, 03:54 PM #6
Nobody else peeved that Panini is releasing a 2012 so far into the 2013 calendar year? I mean what is the cut off for calling a product 2012? Are we going to see 2012 stuff in 2014?
03-05-2013, 03:40 AM #7
Sorry our Quarterback isn't elite,He only wins Superbowls.
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03-05-2013, 04:04 PM #8
Probably would have been better if they just scrapped the Chrome unlicensed knock off product and instead brought Crusade to baseball. That's the only sport where Crusade has name value and recognition and that would be something different rather than just copying the success of Topps.