2019 Leaf Metal Babe Ruth Collection Baseball Cards Checklist Leaf’s latest baseball card set featuring the Great Bambino arrives in stores on Tuesday, October 15th, 2019. The set delivers a ton of Babe Ruth relics in multiple configurations. Look for single, dual, triple or quad game-used bat cards along with cut signatures, bat knobs and so much more!

You can download a copy of the complete checklist below.

2019 Leaf Metal Babe Ruth Collection Baseball Cards Checklist

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Leaf’s 2019 Metal Babe Ruth Collection delivers (4) Base Cards, (1) Babe Ruth Original Yankee Stadium Seat Card plus (1) Additional Babe Ruth Premium Card (Single, Dual, Triple or Quad Game-Used Bat Card, Cut Signature, Game-Used Bat Knob Card or Game-Used Bat Barrel Card in Every Box! Celebrating the legacy of the greatest player to ever play the game! Collect a 50Card Base Set – Featuring “The Babe” with multiple parallels in a variety of prismatic colors, numbered as low as 1-of-1!

Find Original Yankee’s Stadium Seat cards showcasing pieces of the actual, original vintage Yankee Stadium seats that were present for many of The Babe’s greatest moments as a Yankee! Look for multiple parallels in a variety of prismatic colors, numbered as low as 1-of-1! Also look for (1) Additional Babe Ruth Premium Card (Single, Dual, Triple or Quad Game-Used Bat Card, Cut Signature, Game-Used Bat Knob Card or Game-Used Bat Barrel Card in Every Box!

For more information about 2019 Leaf Metal Babe Ruth Collection Baseball Cards, please visit the product page.

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