Here’s what 12 cents of Topps Heritage looks like courtesy of eBay. On the left is a 2011 card of Jair Jurrjens. Jurrjens is best known for his work with the Braves before injuries derailed his career. On the right is the 2012 card of Chase Utley. For my money, I prefer the 2011 design. It’s a cleaner design, and reminds me of 1987 Topps. Although 1987 Topps was the height of the junk wax era, it still brings back a good childhood memory.
I have been a New York Yankees fan for my entire life. I have collected baseball cards for over 20 years. I did take a brief hiatus from 1996 to 2004. Nine years is brief, right? I prefer cards made after 2004. I also prefer cards that measure 2.5 in. by 3.5 in. I also have a thing against baseball cards that don't feature a baseball player. I collect all teams and players, even the Red Sox.