2022 Hall of Fame ICON Series
Introducing the 2022 Hall of Fame ICON Series, Candy’s first product in partnership with the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
- 2 Editions of Packs
- List of 30 Players
- Ultra-rare Ken Griffey Jr. insert
Introducing the 2022 Hall of Fame ICON Series, Candy’s first product in partnership with the National Baseball Hall of Fame. The packs will represent the Hall of Fame and all that the players included achieved during their playing days. There are currently 340 players who have a plaque hanging in Cooperstown. The members of the Hall of Fame helped pave the way and set a standard of play for all those who stepped on the field thereafter.
The game has grown, changed, and shifted since its start in 1846. There has always been a handful of players who set the standards in each category of play, who had highlight reel moments that are still watched to this day and who achieved so much in their playing days to earn their spot in the Hall. The corridors of the Baseball Hall of Fame are lined with memories, physical items too great to not display, and the love for a game that is America’s Pastime.
In the 2022 Hall of Fame ICON Series Candy will be honoring 30 members. The full list can be found below.
2022 Hall of Fame ICON Series - 10-ICON Edition
- 1,500 packs
- Guaranteed a Rare player
2022 Hall of Fame ICON Series - 4-ICON Edition
- 5,000 packs
- Guaranteed an uncommon player
- *these packs will include 24 ultra-rare Ken Griffey Jr. ICONs randomly inserted
30 Hall of Fame players, 5 rarities per player
- Core: Player Card + 2 photos
- Uncommon: Player Card + 2 photos + 1 Video
- Rare: Player Card + 2 photos + 1 Video + Narration
- Epic: Player Card + 2 photos + 2 Videos + Narration + Player Signature
- Legendary: Player Card + 2 photos + 2 Videos + Narration + Player Signature
Drop on Tuesday, August 2
- Early Access: 11:00 AM ET
- General Access: 12:15 PM ET
Early Access Groups:
- Holders of TITAN ICONs
- Lou Gehrig Busts (/100 and 1-of-1)
- Jackie Robinson Busts (//100 and 1-of-1)
- Stadium Chaser Special Edition (/71)
- 2021 MLB All-Star ICONs Chaser (Shohei Ohtani)
- 2021 Uncut Dismonds ICONs Chaser (Julio Rodriguez)
- 1-of-1 Dodgers World Series Champions Ring
- 1-of-1 2021 Braves World Series Ring
NOTE: Lou Gehrig Bust holders will need to fill out the following form to verify ownership in order to be granted Early Access: https://bit.ly/3zAUR9N
Stadium Chaser Special Edition holders will need to fill out the following form to verify ownership in order to be granted Early Access: https://bit.ly/3Q2bxwj
- Holders of TITAN ICONs
- Buyers of 30+ 2022 Leadoff Series ICON packs on either the primary or secondary marketplace
- HOF Ticket redeemers (secondary purchases do not apply)
The snapshot for Early Access will be taken on Monday, August 1, 2022 5:00 PM ET. For Week 3 of Titans, we will record those who burned for Titan ICONs the day of the snapshot, as collectors will not receive that week’s Titans until Friday, August 5th.
- 1,200 out of ~1,500 total 10-ICON packs will be reserved for Early Access.
- 1,000 out of ~5,000 total 4-ICON packs will be reserved for Early Access.
- Limit of 1 pack per transaction in Early Access and General Access.
Hold at least one ICON of any rarity for all 30 players included in the HOF drop, plus one Cal Ripken Jr. ICON in your Candy Wallet by 9/14 to receive the special Ken Griffey Jr. chaser reward.
- Bob Feller: Cleveland
- Craig Biggio: Houston Astros
- Phil Rizzuto: New York Yankees
- Warren Spahn: Milwaukee Braves
- Ralph Kiner: Pittsburgh Pirates
- Willie McCovey: San Francisco Giants
- Eddie Murray: Baltimore Orioles
- Phil Niekro: Atlanta Braves
- Jim Palmer: Baltimore Orioles
- Ryne Sandberg: Chicago Cubs
- Tom Seaver: New York Mets
- Ozzie Smith: St. Louis Cardinals
- Duke Snider: Brooklyn Dodgers
- Willie Stargell: Pittsburgh Pirates
- Bruce Sutter: St. Louis Cardinals
- Frank Thomas: Chicago White Sox
- Robin Yount: Milwaukee Brewers
- Luis Aparicio: Chicago White Sox
- Johnny Bench: Cincinnati Reds
- Lou Brock: St. Louis Cardinals
- George Brett: Kansas City Royals
- Gary Carter: Montreal Expos
- Rollie Fingers: Oakland Athletics
- Whitey Ford: New York Yankees
- Tom Glavine: Atlanta Braves
- Ken Griffey Jr.: Seattle Mariners
- Catfish Hunter: Oakland Athletics
- Al Kaline: Detroit Tigers
- Barry Larkin: Cincinnati Reds
- Tony Pérez - Cincinnati Reds