More Nick Castellanos cards to continue the rainbow variations. The only difference with the Opening Day version is the Opening Day logo on the front of the card, and the card number. The Topps regular issue is # 195, while the Opening Day version is # 79. Check out all of the variations (so far) here.
Had to add the graded card to the Rainbow / type run. I'm now up to 16 different versions of this card. You can see them all here.
Castellanos has had a good spring. It will be fun to watch how he does during his first full year in the majors.
Below are some various pictures that I took during spring training of Castellanos.
Topps certainly has figured out how to string player collectors along. This is the one of one blank back of Nick Castellanos that I recently picked up. Now the Opening Day cards have been released, which are identical to the regular Topps issue, except for the "Opening Day" logo and date. As I complain, I'm also planning on picking up all of the Castellanos from that set as well; it's been a fun diversion this spring as I hardly ever buy new cards, except for
the purposes of obtaining autographs. This is my 15th different 2014 Topps # 195 Castellanos, and it's still only
Castellanos is trying to be the Tigers starting 3rd baseman in 2014. He is considered one of the top prospects in the Tigers organization. I'm working on the Topps "rainbow" for Castellanos. Click on Detroit Tiger Type Sets at the top of the page for more info.
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