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Will you beat the odds in 2010 Topps Chrome? by Chris Olds
October 3, 2010, 12:42 pm
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This year’s Topps Chrome baseball set is on its way and one thing looks pretty certain — there are some tougher odds for some Refractors this year.

What will that mean market-wise for singles and wax?

We’ll have to wait and see, but here are the odds for hobby packs:

Parallels
Refractor: 1:3
Blue: 1:58
Red: 1:370
SuperFractor: 1:9,265

Heritage Chrome
Standard 1:26
Refractor: 1:88
Black: 1:816
SuperFractor: Not listed

Chicle or T206 Chrome
Standard: 1:25
Refractor: 1:50
Blue: 1:125
Gold: 1:497
Red: 1:814
SuperFractor: 1:20,384

Base and insert plates: 1:1,592

Autographed Rookies
Standard: 1:20
Refractor: 1:95
Blue: 1:238
Gold: 1:941
Red: 1:1,881
SuperFractor: 1:44,314
Plates: 1:11,078

MLB logo continuity card: 1:8,153
Black-bordered checklist card: 1:1,019

USA Baseball National Team Same-day Autograph: 1:287

Chris Olds is the editor of Beckett Baseball. Have a comment, question or idea? Send an e-mail to him at colds@beckett.com. Follow him on Twitter by clicking here.

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Perfect…looks like Topps mass produced this stuff. At least 3x’s more than last year.

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