CUSTOM TOPPS X THE 7 LINE ARMY BASEBALL CARDS

CUSTOM TOPPS X THE 7 LINE ARMY BASEBALL CARDS

by Darren Meenan August 27, 2018 0 Comments

I'm pumped to announce that we've teamed up with Topps! You now have the ability to whip up your own custom T7LA baseball cards on the Topps website. 

I've always been pretty fond of the 1987 wood frame card, so we're rolling with that on version 1. If this ends up being popular, Topps will add other options down the road.

You probably have no shortage of photos to choose from already, but I spoke to Drea (our uber talented resident T7LA photog) about it, and she's offered to shoot your photo if you'd want a more staged look. We'll bring bats, gloves, and accessories if you wanna get cheesy with it. That'll happen at our tailgate party on September 30th at Citi Field. 

If you've hit a game with us in the past, odds are you might already be in one of our Facebook albums. Feel free to save one of those to use. 

I think it would be pretty cool if a bunch of us did this and we traded cards. I'd definitely make a book to keep each season. Just an idea if you wanted to get in on that.

Shout to Topps for the opportunity. Very cool. 

START CUSTOMIZING YOUR OWN CARDS HERE



Darren Meenan
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