2013 Topps Series 1 Baseball Variation Short Prints Guide

2013 Topps Series 1 Baseball Variation Short Prints Guide

Out of bounds -- that's the theme of the 2013 Topps Series 1 Baseball variation short prints. The 25 cards capture players trying to make defensive plays either at the fence or in foul territory.

Many of the poses are awkward, definitely not the type of thing that's normally shown on baseball cards. But the "Out of Bounds" theme also offers a different perspective on the game.

Shop for 2013 Topps Series 1 Out of Bounds variations on eBay.

Most of the players on the list are big-name stars, although some lesser players are also there. Bryce Harper, Mike Trout and Buster Posey are among the highlights.

2013 Topps Series 1 Baseball Out of Bounds variations also give a small preview at the Series 2 checklist. Albert Pujols, Jay Bruce and David Wright are each numbered beyond 331, the point where Series 1 finishes off.

Past variation short prints have included celebrations, pies to the face, hidden Abraham Lincolns and retired stars.

See also: 2013 Topps Series 2 Baseball Variation Short Prints

Below you'll find a complete 2013 Topps Series 1 Baseball variation checklist and images so you know what to look for.

2013 Topps Series 1 Baseball Variation Short Prints Visual Guide

The images below show images for Out of Bounds variation short prints. We'll update as more images become available. The checklist is complete. Click on the player's name to shop for singles on eBay.

1 Bryce Harper, Washington Nationals

2013 Topps Series 1 Baseball Variation Short Prints 1 Bryce Harper

13 Brett Lawrie, Toronto Blue Jays

14 Paul Konerko, Chicago White Sox

16 Andre Ethier, Los Angeles Dodgers

20 Kevin Youkilis, Chicago White Sox

27 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels

44 Anthony Rizzo, Chicago Cubs

70 Todd Frazier, Cincinnati Reds

100 Mike Moustakas, Kansas City Royals

105 Freddie Freeman, Atlanta Braves

107 Joe Mauer, Minnesota Twins

112 Mark Reynolds, Baltimore Orioles

122 Andrew McCutchen, Pittsburgh Pirates

128 Buster Posey, San Francisco Giants

135 Eric Hosmer, Kansas City Royals

204 Alex Gordon, Kansas City Royals

2013 Topps Series 1 Baseball Variation Short Prints 204 Alex Gordon

213 Alex Rodriguez, New York Yankees

216 Josh Willingham, Minnesota Twins

242 Matt Kemp, Los Angeles Dodgers

282 Russell Martin, New York Yankees

311 Rajai Davis, Toronto Blue Jays

324 Cameron Maybin, San Diego Padres

350 Albert Pujols, Los Angeles Angels

400 David Wright, New York Mets

450 Jay Bruce, Cincinnati Reds

2013 Topps Series 1 Baseball Out of Bounds Variation Short Prints 450 Jay Bruce

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User Comments

  1. Are the Trout and Harper SP’s worth $80 each? That’s what your friends Brett and Becca are opening their bids at. I’d call the attorney general on them if they are overcharging. Do they even have one yet? What a disgrace. Even 20 bucks for the Pujols,

  2. dhenry9999 » They’re in retail pack, which are widely available already. Hobby is out tomorrow. Like all cards, they’re worth what anyone is willing to pay. Often, sellers test the market when something comes out. If they don’t sell, prices drop. Last year, some of the SPs were selling for much more than $80 when they first came out.

  3. I really like some of the photos they chose here, but, why is Trout’s not his spectacular catch from last year? I would want that just for the photo.

  4. are you sure they’re in retail? And I see B and B brought their prices down. thanks

  5. dhenry9999 » I’ve heard from several people who pulled variations from retail packs.

  6. Yuup bought a Walmart hanger for ten bucks got the Kemp sp

  7. ON THE 2013 TOPPS BASEBALL,,,,WHY ISNT JOSE REYES NOT LISTED AS A SHORT PRINT…HE IN A TORONTO UNIFORM AND WAS TRADED TO THERE ON THE OFF SEASON

  8. KEVIN » It is NOT a short print. Topps was able to airbrush him into a Blue Jays uniform and get him into the set in time. There is also no #7 so a complete set is 330 cards.

  9. #316 Josh Reddick – out of bounds – is this one not a short print?

  10. No. It is a base card and not a short print. It’s kind of confusing since the variations take on the theme but there are still a few similar photos in the base set.

  11. Got Freddie Freeman variation along with his regular card in a retail pack from Target. Looks like the regular card is him running for the foul ball he catches in the variation. Also had three chasing history refractors , first ones I’ve seen.

  12. The different colors of snakeskin on the Chasing History cards have no significance?

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