Finally, My 2011 Topps Gypsy Queen ‘Wall Climbers’ Subset Is Complete!!!
Yessir, I have completed the 2011 Topps Gypsy Queen Wall Climbers’ subset and it is a sweet looking set of cards.
The action images that Topps captured for this set really is exceptional. And while I did not know it when I first considered collecting this set, the cards included in the set actually celebrate the ‘Wall Climbing’ that occurred during the 2010 baseball season that gave us these stellar images. And the card backs, help tell the story as well – depicting the scene and providing the details of the occasion.
The set is ten cards deep – and as I mentioned before, it is action-packed!
Have a look:
I told you it was sweet.
Among the players included in the set are rookies, all-stars, MVPs, and legends. And the player mix just goes to show you that at any time, an outfielder can become a ‘Wall Climber’ and put his stamp on any game.
What a fantastic addition to my subset collection – This one is GREAT!!!!
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2011 Topps Gypsy Queen ‘Wall Climbers’ Subset – Franklin Gutierrez
The 2011 Topps Gypsy Queen ‘Wall Climbers’ set is a piece of art. The cards feature stunning graphics with images that capture some of baseball’s greatest action – the art of leaping into the air and bringing back would be home run balls.
The set offers just 10 cards, but each one is an amazing look at one of baseball’s great highlights.
This is the card of Franklin Gutierrez from the set:
Entering the 2013 baseball season, Franklin Gutierrez has officially been recognized for his defensive abilities by winning the Gold Glove Award in 2010. During that campaign, Gutierrez had a fielding percentage of 1.00. In 146 games, Gutierrez had 413 chances to make a play in the outfield and he completed them not – while not committing a single error.