More Topps vs. Upper Deck On 16 Apr 20096 Oct 2009 By Mario A.In Topps Company, Upper Deck Take the poll! Top: 2003 Stadium Club Bottom: 2008 Ultimate Collection Take Our Poll Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
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Thanks for the post – gee baseball cards have evolved and developed since the early 80s. Would anyone then have conceived of anything like this? I love the blog.
I understand the point you are trying to make, but on the other hand for something such as a bat piece that large, how many designs can you really come up with?
upper deck did the same thing with fleer and their sweet spot brand. check this out:
I am still chasing those Stadium Club cards. If Upper Deck makes them a hard to find on the secondary. i.e. – people like to keep them, then UD has a winner on their hands.
Stadium Club has a less cluttered design.
And why does I before E except after C not work with their? Is Charlie Brown a liar?
2003 Stadium Club – three dollars a pack
2008 Ultimate – one hundred dollars a pack
Odds per dollar spent of pulling a crazy ass hit like that from either – diddley/squat
Giving up on the mojo rat race and ripping a box of ’90 Fleer you bought for 5 bucks – priceless
It seemed like a good idea at the time……….
McDonalds v. Burger King, i guess all industries do this
I would say that the Stadium Club card is cooler. Mostly because I like the outline of the saw blade on the card it makes the bat barrel part of the card design and not just a big circle of wood.
hehe hehe, you said wood
I like the first one a lot better (Stadium Club). The only thing I don’t like about it is the name is small and horizontal. But otherwise, the Stadium Club is flawless.