If you’re like us, you collected baseball cards as a kid. By the time you went off to college you had filled shoe boxes with your favorite players and stashed them under your bed.

Never mind that mom finally got fed up and threw them out, Topps is out to show today’s kids how much fun it is to collect those stacks of card stock. The company announced Wednesday that it has signed an exclusive deal with Major League Baseball to become the only retailer allowed to use MLB and team logos on its baseball cards.

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