2014 Topps Baseball Power Players Details and Guide

2014 Topps Baseball Power Players Details and Guide


The latest promotion from Topps Baseball is 2014 Topps Power Players. The special parallel cards resemble base cards, but feature a Power Players logo on the front of the card.  The 2014 Power Players code cards found on the back of the cards can be entered for a shot at various prizes. There are 220 cards in the full set and some are only available in Hobby packs and some are only found in retail packs. The cards can be found in both 2014 Topps Series 1 Baseball and 2014 Topps Series 2 Baseball.

Upon finding the cards, collectors will want to head to the Power Players site to enter the code. You must register your "locker" before you can unlock players. Some collectors who enter codes will instantly win exclusive parallels or coin cards. Also, there are "collection prizes" that are awarded for collecting the parallels.

In addition to this, excellent on-field performance or significant player events (i.e. starting a new position or birthday falls during the week) can result in random drawings for collectors who have "activated" that particular player in their online collection. Similar to fantasy baseball, beginning on March 30, 2014, you can select the players you feel will produce the most. If, for example, you have the Mike Trout Power Players card code "activated" in your digital collection and he is designated as the "Power Player of the Day," you will be included in a drawing for autographed cards, memorabilia, tickets to games, or other options. One random winner will be selected for each Power Player of the Day Drawing.

If a collector has multiple versions of a specific players' card activated for a drawing, they will receive multiple entries for that drawing if the player is selected. Entries from one drawing do not carry forward to any subsequent drawings. Also, only a certain number of cards can be activated at one time. Up to June 1, 2014, a maximum of 110 Power Players, including duplicates, can be marked as active at any given time. After June 1, 2014, a maximum of 220 Power Players can be marked as active.

The prizes will last throughout the MLB season and the "Power Player of the Day" will be announced at least two times each week, on Wednesday and Friday. This will occur for 27 consecutive weeks, from March 30th to September 28th. Also, an estimated 18 Bonus Power Player Random Drawings will take place throughout the season and award additional prizes. There is no guarantee that the prize awarded will feature the selected Power Player of the Day.

The top prize is reserved for collectors who enter codes for all 220 Power Player cards. Collectors who enter the entire checklist are eligible for a 40-card autograph set (5 total) and a shot at their own Power Collector Topps Baseball card. To be eligible for the grand prize, collectors have until October 1, 2014 to unlock the full checklist.

Redeeming 2014 Topps Baseball Power Players Codes and Playing Essentials

  1. Go to www.topps.com/powerplayers.
  2. Login/Register and create your locker.
  3. Enter your codes to unlock payers.
  4. Activate players starting March 30th.

2014 Topps Power Instant Prizes

  • Exclusive Parallel Cards
  • Exclusive Coin Cards

2014 Topps Power Collection Prizes

Unlock 30 different cards from Series 1 and 30 different cards from Series 2 to win an exclusive Topps Gold Parallel Card.

2014 Topps Power Players Random Prizes (Awarded 2x Per Week + Random Bonus Drawings)

  • Exclusive Parallel Cards
  • Coin Cards
  • Autographed Cards
  • Autographed Memorabilia
  • Tickets to Games

2014 Topps Power Players Prizes - Complete Set (220 Cards)

  • Full Set of 40 Autographed Cards (5 Randomly Selected Winners)
  • Your Very Own Topps Baseball Power Collector Card (1 Chosen from the 5 Autographed Set Winners)
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2014 Topps Power Players Lot of 23 Different Unused Series 1 and Series 2
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2014 Topps Power Players Redemption Gold Jon Lester; Red Sox sn 74 75
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2014 TOPPS Kendrys Morales Power Players GOLD CARD REDEMPTION #21 75 (Twins)
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2014 TOPPS Adrian Beltre Power Players GOLD CARD REDEMPTION #20 75 (Rangers)
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2014 TOPPS Reggie Jackson Power Players SILVER COIN REDEMPTION #13 25 (Oakland)
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2014 Topps Power Players: Goldschmidt, Sandoval, Grilli: Unused
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15 different 2014 Topps Power Players (UNUSED CODES) - JETER, HARPER, DARVISH+++
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Jose Abreu 3 RC lot, 2014 Topps Gold Parallel 577 2014; Power Players; Base #496
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Jose Abreu RC Power Players w 4 packs 2014 Topps 2 Rookie White Sox Auto Jersey?
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2014 Topps Series 2 Masahiro Tanaka Power Players #PP-136 Yankees
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Set Checklist

2014 Topps Baseball Power Players (Series 1) Set Checklist

110 cards
Overall Odds - 1:12 packs.

PP-1 Bryce Harper Washington Nationals
PP-2 Cole Hamels Philadelphia Phillies
PP-3 Wade Miley Arizona Diamondbacks
PP-4 Troy Tulowitzki Colorado Rockies
PP-5 Andrew McCutchen Pittsburgh Pirates
PP-6 Nick Swisher Cleveland Indians
PP-7 Aaron Hill Arizona Diamondbacks
PP-8 Alex Rios Texas Rangers
PP-9 Ernesto Frieri Angels
PP-10 Ben Revere Philadelphia Phillies
PP-11 Chris Tillman Baltimore Orioles
PP-12 Clay Buchholz Boston Red Sox
PP-13 Charlie Blackmon Colorado Rockies
PP-14 Garrett Jones Pittsburgh Pirates
PP-15 Garrett Richards Angels
PP-16 Lonnie Chisenhall Cleveland Indians
PP-17 Kolten Wong St. Louis Cardinals
PP-18 Chris Perez Cleveland Indians
PP-19 Matt Adams St. Louis Cardinals
PP-20 Jason Heyward Atlanta Braves
PP-21 Doug Fister Detroit Tigers
PP-22 Jose Quintana Chicago White Sox
PP-23 Mike Minor Atlanta Braves
PP-24 Matt Holliday St. Louis Cardinals
PP-25 Lance Lynn St. Louis Cardinals
PP-26 Jon Lester Boston Red Sox
PP-27 Onelki Garcia Los Angeles Dodgers
PP-28 Giancarlo Stanton Miami Marlins
PP-29 Kevin Pillar Toronto Blue Jays
PP-30 Chad Bettis Colorado Rockies
PP-31 Joe Blanton Angels
PP-32 Jason Kipnis Cleveland Indians
PP-33 Ian Desmond Washington Nationals
PP-34 Adam LaRoche Washington Nationals
PP-35 David Freese St. Louis Cardinals
PP-36 Martin Perez Texas Rangers
PP-37 Chris Iannetta Angels
PP-38 Sean Burnett Angels
PP-39 Adrian Gonzalez Los Angeles Dodgers
PP-40 Manny Machado Baltimore Orioles
PP-41 Matt Lindstrom Chicago White Sox
PP-42 Matt Thornton Boston Red Sox
PP-43 Trevor Cahill Arizona Diamondbacks
PP-44 Junior Lake Chicago Cubs
PP-45 Johnny Cueto Cincinnati Reds
PP-46 Wei-Yin Chen Baltimore Orioles
PP-47 Carlos Villanueva Chicago Cubs
PP-48 Max Scherzer Detroit Tigers
PP-49 C.J. Wilson Angels
PP-50 Chris Owings Arizona Diamondbacks
PP-51 Shin-Soo Choo Cincinnati Reds
PP-52 Yadier Molina St. Louis Cardinals
PP-53 Yonder Alonso San Diego Padres
PP-54 Ryan Howard Philadelphia Phillies
PP-55 Jason Grilli Pittsburgh Pirates
PP-56 Zack Greinke Los Angeles Dodgers
PP-57 Justin Upton Atlanta Braves
PP-58 Chris Sale Chicago White Sox
PP-59 Yu Darvish Texas Rangers
PP-60 Carlos Gomez Milwaukee Brewers
PP-61 Joey Votto Cincinnati Reds
PP-62 Pablo Sandoval San Francisco Giants
PP-63 Matt Davidson Arizona Diamondbacks
PP-64 Jordan Zimmermann Washington Nationals
PP-65 Ethan Martin Philadelphia Phillies
PP-66 Brandon McCarthy Arizona Diamondbacks
PP-67 Cliff Pennington Arizona Diamondbacks
PP-68 Torii Hunter Detroit Tigers
PP-69 Dustin Pedroia Boston Red Sox
PP-70 Mark Trumbo Angels
PP-71 Mike Zunino Seattle Mariners
PP-72 Michael Brantley Cleveland Indians
PP-73 Paul Goldschmidt Arizona Diamondbacks
PP-74 Erik Johnson Chicago White Sox
PP-75 Marcell Ozuna Miami Marlins
PP-76 Mike Leake Cincinnati Reds
PP-77 Derek Jeter New York Yankees
PP-78 Jake Peavy Boston Red Sox
PP-79 Shane Victorino Boston Red Sox
PP-80 Aroldis Chapman Cincinnati Reds
PP-81 Miguel Montero Arizona Diamondbacks
PP-82 Julio Teheran Atlanta Braves
PP-83 Wilmer Flores New York Mets
PP-84 Alexei Ramirez Chicago White Sox
PP-85 Melky Cabrera Toronto Blue Jays
PP-86 Jhonny Peralta Detroit Tigers
PP-87 Dayan Viciedo Chicago White Sox
PP-88 Hiroki Kuroda New York Yankees
PP-89 Brandon Belt San Francisco Giants
PP-90 Brandon Crawford San Francisco Giants
PP-91 Hector Santiago Chicago White Sox
PP-92 Elvis Andrus Texas Rangers
PP-93 Jeff Samardzija Chicago Cubs
PP-94 Kyle Lohse Milwaukee Brewers
PP-95 James Shields Kansas City Royals
PP-96 Darwin Barney Chicago Cubs
PP-97 Nate McLouth Baltimore Orioles
PP-98 Tyler Skaggs Arizona Diamondbacks
PP-99 Jay Bruce Cincinnati Reds
PP-100 Hanley Ramirez Los Angeles Dodgers
PP-101 Brian McCann Atlanta Braves
PP-102 Jurickson Profar Texas Rangers
PP-103 Jose Altuve Houston Astros
PP-104 Joe Mauer Minnesota Twins
PP-105 Carlos Ruiz Philadelphia Phillies
PP-106 Edwin Encarnacion Toronto Blue Jays
PP-107 Sergio Romo San Francisco Giants
PP-108 Buster Posey San Francisco Giants
PP-109 James Paxton Seattle Mariners
PP-110 Chris Nelson Angels

Trey Treutel

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Trey Treutel is an Ole Miss grad and a lifelong sports fanatic. He is a huge fan of the NBA and NFL, as well as soccer, college basketball and college football. As a kid, he collected football and basketball cards. As an adult, he started collecting basketball cards again on a whim, and has since expanded to other sports and entertainment options. Find Trey on Twitter at @datreute.

User Comments

  1. How do I register these Power Players Code Cards?

  2. I can’t seem to register my numbers How do I do them

  3. Hello, I pulled a ryan minor power players card and there was no code printed on the back.i researched many sites but I cannot find another one.
    I would like to sell it, can you tell me how rare this card is and what value you would put it.
    thank yo

  4. I also pulled 4 red foil cards and they are faded towards the top.would these be error cards and valuable?

  5. Michael peeke » It’s a printing error. If you find a player collector, they may have an interest but not much beyond that.

  6. Your product is sold in province of Quebec, Canada. Why are we not eligible to this promotion? I understang that in Quebec rules but, why you are still sellling yoiur product in Quebec and we are not eligible to this contest.

    I have some power players parallel cards as winning and I anticipate to buy some additional packages or boxes

    Since a longtime I am still buying your baseball product and I am interested to these special cards and same for previous promotions (example rings).
    Please can you reply to my email. Thanks. Georges

  7. Georges Girard » Cardboard Connection is a news and information site. The site does not run the program. Topps’ contact info is at topps.com as well as on their wrappers.

  8. Having trouble setting up account.put in correct email and password but wont accept

  9. Same with bowman

  10. Hi Isaac,

    You’ll want to reach out to Topps to help fix that. We’re not affiliated with them.

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