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The newest Topps release gives you a chance at a signed 'Bull Durham' card

Do you believe that there should be a constitutional amendment against the designated hitter? Do you believe that ground balls are the most democratic result of an at-bat? Do you believe that lollygagging is the original sin? If you answered "yes" to any of the above, you're in luck, because Topps' 2016 Archives Baseball set has the baseball cards for you:


In addition to the steely gaze of one Crash Davis -- signed by Kevin Costner! -- the set includes a Susan Sarandon-signed Annie Savoy card, Nuke LaLoosh and even pitching coach Larry Hockett -- presumably after he found himself a nice silverware pattern.

And if, for whatever reason, classic Minor League comedies aren't your thing, don't worry -- there's plenty more to the Archives Baseball collection. The set combines past and present by featuring current players with designs from 1953, 1979 and 1991. So if you'd like Jason Heyward by way of a rookie Ozzie Smith, don't miss out.