2015 Topps Series 1 Baseball Cards

2015 Topps Series 1 Baseball Cards

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Over the past couple of years, it has been a lot of the same old for the flagship Topps baseball set. While there's nothing earth-shattering about 2015 Topps Series 1 Baseball, things are changing. Gone are the full white borders. In is a slightly larger checklist. Hobby boxes return with the promise of one autograph or relic card. Jumbo boxes deliver one autograph and a pair of relics.

Clocking in at 350 cards, this is the largest Topps baseball set in a long time. That's an additional 20 cards over the last several years. Once 2015 Topps Series 2 Baseball is factored in, the checklist will grow to 700 cards. It's not quite the 792 many longtime collectors fondly remember, but it is noticeably bigger.

An even bigger change comes in the design department. After many years of plain white borders, 2015 Topps Baseball opts for something different. Borders have a sort of stone pattern to them, starting out light at the top and fading into team colors.

Besides veterans and rookies, the 2015 Topps Series 1 Baseball base set has Future Stars, Season Highlights, World Series Highlights, team cards, and League Leaders.

As usual, the set has several parallels: Rainbow Foil (1:10 packs), Gold (#/2015), Snow Camo (#/99), Black (#/64), Pink (#/50), Printing Plates and Platinum (1/1). Clear parallels return for a sophomore season, but only in hobby boxes. Framed Parallels come with a metal border. Inserted one per case, each card is numbered.

After focusing heavily on young players in 2014, 2015 Topps Baseball inserts look closer at achievements and milestones. Gallery of Greats (25 cards, 1:18 packs) resembles something you might expect to find in Gypsy Queen. Spotlighting all-time great players, the inserts come with a paper frame. A Gold parallel is numbered to 99. Autograph parallels (#/10) come with an on-card signature. There are also Relic (#/25) and Autographed Relics (#/10).

Similar to the Flashback inserts found in Topps Heritage, Baseball/History (1:8) mixes the game's past with the bigger historical picture. The set has 15 baseball moments that are paired with a second historical happening from the same day. This makes the full set 30 cards. A Stamp Relic version (#/10) features postage stamps from the year the event occurred embedded in them. There's also one-of-one Cut Signature Baseball/History cards.

Free Agent 40 (15 cards, 1:8) looks at some of the biggest signings over the last four decades. Relic versions are numbered to 50 while Autographs are limited to 25 copies each. Autographed Relics (#/10) are also randomly inserted.

Inspirations (15 cards, 1:8) pair a current player with a past great from the same team. For upscale Autographed (#/25), Relic (#/50) and Autographed Relic (#/10) versions, this means two signatures or swatches.

Archetypes (25 cards, 1:6) goes into the past to highlight what made the featured players great. There are also Relic (#/99), Autographed (#/25) and Autographed Relic (#/10) versions.

Highlight of the Year (1:4) goes back as far as 1925 to count down the top moment of each season. Planned to span across Series 1, Series 2 and Update Series, 30 can be found here. Like many of the other insert themes, HOTY has Relic (#/99), Autographed (#/25) and Autographed Relic (#/10) parallels.

Not all autograph and memorabilia cards in 2015 Topps Series 1 Baseball have their roots in basic inserts. Popular World Series Champions and Postseason Performance return in the form of Autographs (#/50), Relics (#/100) and Autographed Relics (#/50).

Career High has both autograph and relic versions. The checklist takes multiple generations of players and centers on their best numbers.

Strata Signatures (#/25) return for a second year on the diamond. These layered cards have a massive memorabilia piece on the bottom and a signed piece of acetate on top. There is also a handful of one-of-one Strata Cut Signatures.

In the Name Relics come with full letters taken from 2014 All-Star workout jerseys. Found only in hobby and jumbo packs, each is one-of-a-kind.

Manufactured relics are back with some new themes. The insertion rates are similar as past years. Jumbo boxes have one while they're a case hit in hobby boxes. MLB Silhouetted Batter Pins come with a metal MLB logo embedded in them.

Future Stars Pins spotlight the same players from the Series 1 base set. A Vintage parallel is numbered to 99 and comes with a more colorful pin that resembles the Future Stars logo used in 1987 Topps Baseball.

New to base Topps are Birth Year Coin and Stamp cards that mix three hobbies. Basic versions can be found with quarters, dimes, nickels and pennies, all of which are numbered. There's also an autographed version with a quarter that's numbered to 10.

Returning at a rate of two per hobby box are Stamped Buybacks. These are original Topps cards that have a foil notation showing they've been reinserted in packs.

Adding an interactive element to 2015 Topps Series 1 Baseball is The Pennant Chase.Each team has just 50 cards. Should they win the 2015 pennant, those who have that team win a prize.

There's also a new online code program, although details on what it entails has not yet been released.

Product Configuration: Hobby - 36 packs per box, 10 cards per pack, Jumbo - 10 packs per box, 50 cards per pack
Price Point: Low-End Baseball Card
Target Audience: Set Builders, Casual Collectors, Topps Baseball Collectors

2015 Topps Series 1 Baseball Hobby Box Break

  • 1 Autograph or Relic Card
  • 2 Gallery of Greats Inserts
  • 4 Baseball/History Inserts
  • 4 Free Agent 40 Inserts
  • 4 Inspirations Inserts
  • 6 Archetypes Inserts
  • 9 Highlight of the Year Inserts
  • 6 Online Code Cards
  • 3 Rainbow Foil Parallels
  • 2 Stamped Buybacks
  • 360 Total Cards

2015 Topps Series 1 Baseball Jumbo Box Break

  • 1 Autograph
  • 1 Commemorative Relic
  • 1 Memorabilia Card
  • 10 Archetypes Inserts
  • 10 Highlight of the Year Inserts
  • 10 Online Code Cards
  • 500 Total Cards
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2015 Topps Series 1 Baseball Set Checklist

Base Set Checklist

LL = League Leaders, WSH = World Series Highlights, BH = 2014 Baseball Highlights, FS = Future Stars, RC = Rookie
PARALLEL CARDS: Rainbow Foil - 1:10 packs, Purple - Toys 'R Us, Gold #/2015, Snow Camo #/99, Black #/64 (Hobby/Jumbo), Pink #/50, Framed #/20 (Hobby/Jumbo), Platinum 1/1, Printing Plates 1/1 (Hobby/Jumbo)
2015 Topps Rusney Castillo

1 Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
2 Jose Altuve - Houston Astros LL
Victor Martinez - Detroit Tigers
Michael Brantley - Cleveland Indians
3 Rene Rivera - San Diego Padres
4 Curtis Granderson - New York Mets
5 Josh Donaldson - Oakland Athletics
6 Jayson Werth - Washington Nationals
8 Miguel Gonzalez - Baltimore Orioles
9 Hunter Pence - San Francisco Giants WSH
10 Cole Hamels - Philadelphia Phillies
11 Jon Jay - St. Louis Cardinals
12 James McCann - Detroit Tigers RC
13 Toronto Blue Jays
14 Kendall Graveman - Toronto Blue Jays RC
15 Joey Votto - Cincinnati Reds
16 David DeJesus - Tampa Bay Rays
17 Brian McCann - New York Yankees
18 Cody Allen - Cleveland Indians
19 Baltimore Orioles
20 Madison Bumgarner - San Francisco Giants
21 Brett Gardner - New York Yankees
22 Tyler Flowers - Chicago White Sox
23 Michael Bourn - Cleveland Indians
24 New York Mets
25 Jose Bautista - Toronto Blue Jays
26 Bryce Brentz - Boston Red Sox RC
27 Kendrys Morales - Seattle Mariners
28 Alex Cobb - Tampa Bay Rays
29 Brandon Belt - San Francisco Giants BH
30 Tanner Roark - Washington Nationals FS
31 Nick Tropeano - Houston Astros RC
32 Carlos Quentin - San Diego Padres
33 Oakland Athletics -
34 Charlie Blackmon - Colorado Rockies
35 Brandon Moss - Oakland Athletics
36 Julio Teheran - Atlanta Braves
37 Arismendy Alcantara - Chicago Cubs FS
38 Jordan Zimmermann - Washington Nationals
39 Salvador Perez - Kansas City Royals
40 Joakim Soria - Detroit Tigers
41 Chris Colabello - Minnesota Twins
42 Todd Frazier - Cincinnati Reds
43 Starlin Castro - Chicago Cubs
44 Gio Gonzalez - Washington Nationals
45 Carlos Beltran - New York Yankees
46 Wilson Ramos - Washington Nationals
47 Anthony Rizzo - Chicago Cubs
48 John Axford - Pittsburgh Pirates
49 Dominic Leone - Seattle Mariners
50 Yu Darvish - Texas Rangers
51 Ryan Howard - Philadelphia Phillies
52 Fernando Rodney - Seattle Mariners
53 Nathan Eovaldi - Miami Marlins
54 Joe Nathan - Detroit Tigers
55 Trevor May - Minnesota Twins RC
56 Matt Garza - Milwaukee Brewers
57 Lyle Overbay - Milwaukee Brewers
58 Evan Gattis - Atlanta Braves FS
59 Jake Odorizzi - Tampa Bay Rays
60 Michael Wacha - St. Louis Cardinals
61 Johnny Cueto - Cincinnati Reds LL
Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
Adam Wainwright - St. Louis Cardinals
62 Nolan Arenado - Colorado Rockies
63 Chris Owings - Arizona Diamondbacks FS
64 Atlanta Braves
65 Alexei Ramirez - Chicago White Sox
66 Vance Worley - Pittsburgh Pirates
67 Hunter Pence - San Francisco Giants
68 Lonnie Chisenhall - Cleveland Indians
69 Justin Upton - Atlanta Braves
70 Charlie Furbush - Seattle Mariners
71 Adrian Beltre - Texas Rangers BH
72 Jordan Lyles - Colorado Rockies
73 Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
74 Tyler Skaggs - Los Angeles Angels
75 Dustin Pedroia - Boston Red Sox
76 Ian Kennedy - San Diego Padres
77 Edwin Escobar - Boston Red Sox RC
78 Yordano Ventura - Kansas City Royals
79 Starling Marte - Pittsburgh Pirates
80 Adam Wainwright - St. Louis Cardinals
81 Chris Young - Seattle Mariners
82 Nick Tepesch - Texas Rangers
83 David Wright - New York Mets
84 Jonathan Schoop - Baltimore Orioles
85 Adam Wainwright - St. Louis Cardinals LL
Johnny Cueto - Cincinnati Reds
Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
86 Tim Hudson - San Francisco Giants
87 Eric Sogard - Oakland Athletics
88 Madison Bumgarner - San Francisco Giants WSH
89 Michael Choice - Texas Rangers
90 Marcus Stroman - Toronto Blue Jays FS
91 Corey Dickerson - Colorado Rockies
92 Ian Kinsler - Detroit Tigers
93 Andre Ethier - Los Angeles Dodgers
94 Tommy Kahnle - Colorado Rockies
95 Junior Lake - Chicago Cubs
96 Sergio Santos - Toronto Blue Jays
97 Dalton Pompey - Toronto Blue Jays RC
98 Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels LL
Nelson Cruz - Baltimore Orioles
Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
99 Yonder Alonso - San Diego Padres
100 Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
101 Scooter Gennett - Milwaukee Brewers
102 Gordon Beckham - Los Angeles Angels
103 Guilder Rodriguez - Texas Rangers RC
104 Bud Norris - Baltimore Orioles
105 Jeff Baker - Miami Marlins
106 Pedro Alvarez - Pittsburgh Pirates
107 James Loney - Tampa Bay Rays
108 Jorge Soler - Chicago Cubs RC
109 Doug Fister - Washington Nationals
110 Tony Sipp - Houston Astros
111 Trevor Bauer - Cleveland Indians
112 Daniel Nava - Boston Red Sox
113 Jason Castro - Houston Astros
114 Mike Zunino - Seattle Mariners
115 Khris Davis - Milwaukee Brewers
116 Vidal Nuno - Arizona Diamondbacks
117 Sean Doolittle - Oakland Athletics
118 Domonic Brown - Philadelphia Phillies
119 Anibal Sanchez - Detroit Tigers
120 Yoenis Cespedes - Boston Red Sox
121 Garrett Jones - Miami Marlins
122 Corey Kluber - Cleveland Indians
123 Ben Revere - Philadelphia Phillies
124 Mark Melancon - Pittsburgh Pirates
125 Troy Tulowitzki - Colorado Rockies
126 Detroit Tigers
127 Andrew McCutchen - Pittsburgh Pirates LL
Justin Morneau - Colorado Rockies
Josh Harrison - Pittsburgh Pirates
128 Anthony Swarzak - Minnesota Twins
129 Jacob deGrom - New York Mets FS
130 Mike Napoli - Boston Red Sox
131 Edward Mujica - Boston Red Sox
132 Michael Taylor - Washington Nationals RC
133 Daisuke Matsuzaka - New York Mets
134 Brett Lawrie - Toronto Blue Jays
135 Matt Dominguez - Houston Astros
136 Manny Machado - Baltimore Orioles
137 Alcides Escobar - Kansas City Royals
138 Tim Lincecum - San Francisco Giants
139 Gary Brown - San Francisco Giants RC
140 Alex Avila - Detroit Tigers
141 Cory Spangenberg - San Diego Padres RC
142 Masahiro Tanaka - New York Yankees FS
143 Jonathan Papelbon - Philadelphia Phillies
144 Rusney Castillo - Boston Red Sox RC
145 Jesse Hahn - San Diego Padres
146 Tony Watson - Pittsburgh Pirates
147 Andrew Heaney - Miami Marlins FS
148 J.D. Martinez - Detroit Tigers
149 Daniel Murphy - New York Mets
150 Giancarlo Stanton - Miami Marlins
151 C.J. Cron - Los Angeles Angels FS
152 Michael Pineda - New York Yankees
153 Josh Reddick - Oakland Athletics
154 Brandon Finnegan - Kansas City Royals RC
155 Jesse Chavez - Oakland Athletics
156 Santiago Casilla - San Francisco Giants
157 Ubaldo Jimenez - Baltimore Orioles
158 Kevin Kiermaier - Tampa Bay Rays FS
159 Brandon Crawford - San Francisco Giants
160 Washington Nationals
161 Howie Kendrick - Los Angeles Angels
162 Drew Pomeranz - Oakland Athletics
163 Chase Utley - Philadelphia Phillies
164 Brian Schlitter - Chicago Cubs
165 John Jaso - Oakland Athletics
166 Jenrry Mejia - New York Mets
167 Matt Cain - San Francisco Giants
168 Colorado Rockies
169 Adam Jones - Baltimore Orioles
170 Tommy Medica - San Diego Padres
171 Mike Foltynewicz - Houston Astros RC
172 Didi Gregorius - Arizona Diamondbacks
173 Carlos Torres - New York Mets
174 Jesus Guzman - Houston Astros
175 Adrian Beltre - Texas Rangers
176 Jose Abreu - Chicago White Sox FS
177 Paul Konerko - Chicago White Sox
178 Christian Yelich - Miami Marlins
179 Jason Vargas - Kansas City Royals
180 Steve Pearce - Baltimore Orioles
181 Jason Heyward - Atlanta Braves
182 Devin Mesoraco - Cincinnati Reds
183 Craig Gentry - Oakland Athletics
184 B.J. Upton - Atlanta Braves
185 Ricky Nolasco - Minnesota Twins
186 Rex Brothers - Colorado Rockies
187 Marlon Byrd - Philadelphia Phillies
188 Madison Bumgarner - San Francisco Giants WSH
189 Dustin Ackley - Seattle Mariners
190 Zach Britton - Baltimore Orioles
191 Yimi Garcia - Los Angeles Dodgers RC
192 Joc Pederson - Los Angeles Dodgers RC
193 Buck Farmer - Detroit Tigers RC
194 David Murphy - Cleveland Indians
195 Garrett Richards - Los Angeles Angels
196 Chicago Cubs
197 Glen Perkins - Minnesota Twins
198 Alexi Ogando - Texas Rangers
199 Eric Young Jr. - New York Mets
200 Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
201 Tommy La Stella - Atlanta Braves
202 Mike Minor - Atlanta Braves
203 Paul Goldschmidt - Arizona Diamondbacks
204 Eduardo Escobar - Minnesota Twins
205 Josh Harrison - Pittsburgh Pirates
206 Rick Porcello - Detroit Tigers
207 Bryce Harper - Washington Nationals
208 Wilin Rosario - Colorado Rockies
209 Daniel Corcino - Cincinnati Reds RC
210 Salvador Perez - Kansas City Royals BH
211 Clay Buchholz - Boston Red Sox
212 Cliff Lee - Philadelphia Phillies
213 Jered Weaver - Los Angeles Angels
214 Corey Kluber - Cleveland Indians LL
Max Scherzer - Detroit Tigers
Jered Weaver - Los Angeles Angels
215 Alejandro De Aza - Baltimore Orioles
216 Greg Holland - Kansas City Royals
217 Daniel Norris - Toronto Blue Jays RC
218 David Buchanan - Philadelphia Phillies
219 Kennys Vargas - Minnesota Twins
220 Shelby Miller - St. Louis Cardinals
221 Jason Kipnis - Cleveland Indians
222 Antonio Bastardo - Philadelphia Phillies
223 Los Angeles Angels
224 Bryan Mitchell - New York Yankees RC
225 Jacoby Ellsbury - New York Yankees
226 Dioner Navarro - Toronto Blue Jays
227 Madison Bumgarner - San Francisco Giants WSH
228 Jake Peavy - San Francisco Giants
229 Bryan Morris - Miami Marlins
230 Jean Segura - Milwaukee Brewers
231 Andrew Cashner - San Diego Padres
232 Andrew Susac - San Francisco Giants
233 Carlos Ruiz - Philadelphia Phillies
234 Brandon Belt - San Francisco Giants
235 Jeremy Guthrie - Kansas City Royals
236 Zack Wheeler - New York Mets
237 Lucas Duda - New York Mets
238 Hyun-Jin Ryu - Los Angeles Dodgers
239 Jose Iglesias - Detroit Tigers
240 Anthony Ranaudo - Boston Red Sox RC
241 Dilson Herrera - New York Mets RC
242 Edwin Encarnacion - Toronto Blue Jays
243 Al Alburquerque - Detroit Tigers
244 Bartolo Colon - New York Mets
245 Tyler Colvin - San Francisco Giants
246 Chris Carter - Houston Astros
247 Aaron Hill - Arizona Diamondbacks
248 Addison Reed - Arizona Diamondbacks
249 Jose Reyes - Toronto Blue Jays
250 Evan Longoria - Tampa Bay Rays
251 Anthony Rendon - Washington Nationals
252 Travis Wood - Chicago Cubs
253 Gregory Polanco - Pittsburgh Pirates FS
254 Steve Cishek - Miami Marlins
255 James Russell - Atlanta Braves
256 Adam Eaton - Chicago White Sox
257 Jarrod Saltalamacchia - Miami Marlins
258 Kansas City Royals
259 Brian Dozier - Minnesota Twins
260 David Peralta - Arizona Diamondbacks
261 Lance Lynn - St. Louis Cardinals
262 Ryan Braun - Milwaukee Brewers
263 Dillon Gee - New York Mets
264 Tony Cingrani - Cincinnati Reds
265 Arizona Diamondbacks
266 Brandon Phillips - Cincinnati Reds
267 Zack Greinke - Los Angeles Dodgers
268 Aroldis Chapman - Cincinnati Reds
269 Jordy Mercer - Pittsburgh Pirates
270 Steven Moya - Detroit Tigers RC
271 Pittsburgh Pirates
272 Matt Kemp - Los Angeles Dodgers
273 Brandon Hicks - San Francisco Giants
274 Ryan Zimmerman - Washington Nationals
275 Buster Posey - San Francisco Giants
276 Conor Gillaspie - Chicago White Sox
277 Cincinnati Reds
278 David Phelps - New York Yankees
279 Coco Crisp - Oakland Athletics
280 Miguel Montero - Arizona Diamondbacks
281 Elvis Andrus - Texas Rangers
282 Alex Presley - Houston Astros
283 Chris Johnson - Atlanta Braves
284 Brandon League - Los Angeles Dodgers
285 Chris Carter - Houston Astros LL
Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
Nelson Cruz - Baltimore Orioles
286 Trevor Rosenthal - St. Louis Cardinals
287 Everth Cabrera - San Diego Padres
288 Chris Parmelee - Minnesota Twins
289 Matt Joyce - Tampa Bay Rays
290 David Lough - Baltimore Orioles
291 Mark Reynolds - Milwaukee Brewers
292 Neil Walker - Pittsburgh Pirates
293 Zach Duke - Milwaukee Brewers
294 Aaron Sanchez - Toronto Blue Jays FS
295 Erick Aybar - Los Angeles Angels
296 Charlie Morton - Pittsburgh Pirates
297 Scott Kazmir - Oakland Athletics
298 Rymer Liriano - San Diego Padres RC
299 Joaquin Arias - San Francisco Giants
300 Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
301 Zack Cozart - Cincinnati Reds
302 Martin Prado - New York Yankees
303 Ike Davis - Pittsburgh Pirates
304 Shawn Kelley - New York Yankees
305 Sonny Gray - Oakland Athletics
306 Juan Lagares - New York Mets FS
307 Mark Teixeira - New York Yankees
308 Carl Crawford - Los Angeles Dodgers
309 Maikel Franco - Philadelphia Phillies RC
310 Jake Lamb - Arizona Diamondbacks RC
311 Jhonny Peralta - St. Louis Cardinals
312 Kyle Lobstein - Detroit Tigers RC
313 Anthony Rizzo - Chicago Cubs LL
Giancarlo Stanton - Miami Marlins
Lucas Duda - New York Mets
314 Jackie Bradley Jr. - Boston Red Sox
315 Javier Baez - Chicago Cubs RC
316 R.A. Dickey - Toronto Blue Jays
317 Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers BH
318 George Springer - Houston Astros FS
319 Derek Jeter - New York Yankees BH
320 Shin-Soo Choo - Texas Rangers
321 Josh Hamilton - Los Angeles Angels
322 Phil Hughes - Minnesota Twins
323 Eric Hosmer - Kansas City Royals
324 Chris Archer - Tampa Bay Rays
325 Felix Hernandez - Seattle Mariners
326 C.J. Wilson - Los Angeles Angels
327 Xander Bogaerts - Boston Red Sox FS
328 Adrian Gonzalez - Los Angeles Dodgers
329 Logan Forsythe - Tampa Bay Rays
330 Brian Duensing - Minnesota Twins
331 Danny Espinosa - Washington Nationals
332 Kyle Seager - Seattle Mariners
333 Billy Hamilton - Cincinnati Reds FS
334 Gerardo Parra - Milwaukee Brewers
335 Matt Barnes - Boston Red Sox RC
336 Matt Carpenter - St. Louis Cardinals
337 Jedd Gyorko - San Diego Padres
338 Yasmani Grandal - San Diego Padres
339 Austin Jackson - Seattle Mariners
340 Carlos Gomez - Milwaukee Brewers
341 Corey Kluber - Cleveland Indians LL
Chris Sale - Chicago White Sox
Felix Hernandez - Seattle Mariners
342 San Diego Padres
343 Shane Greene - New York Yankees
344 Manny Parra - Cincinnati Reds
345 Brandon Cumpton - Pittsburgh Pirates
346 Trevor Cahill - Arizona Diamondbacks
347 Dexter Fowler - Houston Astros
348 Carlos Santana - Cleveland Indians
349 Justin Upton - Atlanta Braves LL
Adrian Gonzalez - Los Angeles Dodgers
Giancarlo Stanton - Miami Marlins
350 Yasiel Puig - Los Angeles Dodgers
351 Tom Koehler - Miami Marlins

Archetypes Set Checklist

25 cards. 1:6 packs.
2015 Topps Series 1 Baseball Archetypes

A-1 Rickey Henderson - Oakland Athletics
A-2 Mariano Rivera - New York Yankees
A-3 Steve Carlton - Philadelphia Phillies
A-4 Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
A-5 Yasiel Puig - Los Angeles Dodgers
A-6 Yoenis Cespedes - Boston Red Sox
A-7 Paul Goldschmidt - Arizona Diamondbacks
A-8 Giancarlo Stanton - Miami Marlins
A-9 Buster Posey - San Francisco Giants
A-10 Babe Ruth - New York Yankees
A-11 Mark McGwire - St. Louis Cardinals
A-12 Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
A-13 Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
A-14 Nolan Ryan - Texas Rangers
A-15 Mike Piazza - New York Mets
A-16 Johnny Bench - Cincinnati Reds
A-17 Tony Gwynn - San Diego Padres
A-18 Ted Williams - Boston Red Sox
A-19 Albert Pujols - Los Angeles Angels
A-20 Greg Maddux - Atlanta Braves
A-21 Jackie Robinson - Brooklyn Dodgers
A-22 Hank Aaron - Atlanta Braves
A-23 Willie Mays - San Francisco Giants
A-24 Ty Cobb - Detroit Tigers
A-25 Ken Griffey Jr. - Seattle Mariners

Archetypes Relics Set Checklist

15 cards. Serial Numbered #/99.

AR-AM Andrew McCutchen - Pittsburgh Pirates
AR-AP Albert Pujols - Los Angeles Angels
AR-BP Buster Posey - San Francisco Giants
AR-CK Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
AR-DJ Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
AR-GM Greg Maddux - Atlanta Braves
AR-GS Giancarlo Stanton - Miami Marlins
AR-MM Mark McGwire - St. Louis Cardinals
AR-MP Mike Piazza - New York Mets
AR-MR Mariano Rivera - New York Yankees
AR-MT Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
AR-PG Paul Goldschmidt - Arizona Diamondbacks
AR-RH Rickey Henderson - Oakland Athletics
AR-SC Steve Carlton - Philadelphia Phillies
AR-YP Yasiel Puig - Los Angeles Dodgers

Archetypes Autographs Set Checklist

10 cards. Serial Numbered #/25.

AA-GS Giancarlo Stanton - Miami Marlins
AA-MM Mark McGwire - St. Louis Cardinals
AA-MP Mike Piazza - New York Mets
AA-MR Mariano Rivera - New York Yankees
AA-MT Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
AA-PG Paul Goldschmidt - Arizona Diamondbacks
AA-RH Rickey Henderson - Oakland Athletics
AA-SC Steve Carlton - Philadelphia Phillies
AA-YC Yoenis Cespedes - Boston Red Sox
AA-YP Yasiel Puig - Los Angeles Dodgers

Archetypes Autographed Relics Set Checklist

10 cards. Serial Numbered #/10.

AAR-GS Giancarlo Stanton - Miami Marlins
AAR-MM Mark McGwire - St. Louis Cardinals
AAR-MP Mike Piazza - New York Mets
AAR-MR Mariano Rivera - New York Yankees
AAR-MT Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
AAR-PG Paul Goldschmidt - Arizona Diamondbacks
AAR-RH Rickey Henderson - Oakland Athletics
AAR-SC Steve Carlton - Philadelphia Phillies
AAR-YC Yoenis Cespedes - Boston Red Sox
AAR-YP Yasiel Puig - Los Angeles Dodgers

Baseball History Set Checklist

1:8 packs.
2015 Topps Baseball History

1A Geneva Conference begins
1B Hank Aaron - Milwaukee Braves
2A Polio Vaccine announced as safe
2B Robin Roberts - Philadelphia Phillies
3A American Bandstand debuts
3B Red Schoendienst - Milwaukee Braves
4A Nixon / Kennedy debate
4B Ted Williams - Boston Red Sox
5A MLK leads march on Washington
5B Warren Spahn - Milwaukee Braves
6A Apollo 11
6B Tom Seaver - New York Mets
7A Top 40 Countdown premiers
7B Hank Aaron - Atlanta Braves
8A Gerald Ford sworn in as President of USA
8B Nolan Ryan - California Angels
9A Apple founded
9B Reggie Jackson - Baltimore Orioles
10A ESPN's first broadcast
10B Bruce Sutter - Chicago Cubs
11A CNN begins broadcasting
11B Darryl Strawberry - New York Mets
12A Space Shuttle Columbia launches
12B Fernando Valenzuela - Los Angeles Dodgers
13A Sandra Day O'Connor sworn in
13B Steve Carlton - Philadelphia Phillies
14A Live Aid concert
14B Nolan Ryan - Houston Astros
15A Clinton earns Democratic nomination
15B Ken Griffey Jr. - Seattle Mariners

Baseball History Stamps Set Checklist

30 cards. Serial Numbered #/10.
2015 Topps Baseball History Stamp

BH-A11 Apollo 11
BH-AB American Bandstand debuts
BH-AP Apple founded
BH-BS Bruce Sutter - Chicago Cubs
BH-CN Clinton earns Democratic Presidential nomination
BH-CNN CNN begins broadcasting
BH-DS Darryl Strawberry - New York Mets
BH-ES ESPN's first broadcast
BH-FV Fernando Valenzuela - Los Angeles Dodgers
BH-GC Geneva Conference begins
BH-GF Gerald Ford sworn in as President of U.S.
BH-HA1 Hank Aaron - Milwaukee Braves
BH-HA2 Hank Aaron - Atlanta Braves
BH-KG Ken Griffey Jr. - Seattle Mariners
BH-LA Live Aid concert occurs worldwide
BH-MLK MLK leads march on Washington
BH-NK Nixon / Kennedy debate
BH-NR1 Nolan Ryan - California Angels
BH-NR2 Nolan Ryan - Houston Astros
BH-PV Polio Vaccine announced as safe
BH-RJ Reggie Jackson - Baltimore Orioles
BH-RR Robin Roberts - Philadelphia Phillies
BH-RS Red Schoendienst - Milwaukee Braves
BH-SC Steve Carlton - Philadelphia Phillies
BH-SDO Sandra Day O'Connor sworn in as 1st woman Supreme Court Justice
BH-SS Space Shuttle Columbia launches
BH-T40 Top 40 Countdown premieres
BH-TS Tom Seaver - New York Mets
BH-TW Ted Williams - Boston Red Sox
BH-WS Warren Spahn - Milwaukee Braves

Baseball History Cut Signatures Set Checklist

30 cards. Serial Numbered 1/1.

BHCS-BC Bill Clinton - President
BHCS-BS Bruce Sutter - Chicago Cubs
BHCS-CB Chris Berman - ESPN
BHCS-CK Casey Kasem - Top 40
BHCS-DC Dick Clark - Bandstand
BHCS-DE Dwight Eisenhower - President
BHCS-DS Darryl Strawberry - New York Mets
BHCS-FV Fernando Valenzuela - Los Angeles Dodgers
BHCS-GF Gerald Ford - President
BHCS-HA54 Hank Aaron - Milwaukee Braves
BHCS-HA70 Hank Aaron - Atlanta Braves
BHCS-JS Jonas Salk - Medical Researcher
BHCS-KG Ken Griffey Jr. - Seattle Mariners
BHCS-NA Neil Armstrong - Astronaut
BHCS-NR74 Nolan Ryan - California Angels
BHCS-NR85 Nolan Ryan - Houston Astros
BHCS-PL Patti LaBelle - Musician
BHCS-RC Robert L. Crippen - Astronaut
BHCS-RJ Reggie Jackson - Baltimore Orioles
BHCS-RN Richard Nixon - President
BHCS-RP Rosa Parks - Activist
BHCS-RR Robin Roberts - Philadelphia Phillies
BHCS-RS Red Schoendienst - Milwaukee Braves
BHCS-SC Steve Carlton - Philadelphia Phillies
BHCS-SD Sandra Day O'Connor - Supreme Court Justice
BHCS-SW Steve Wozniak - Apple Co-Founder
BHCS-TS Tom Seaver - New York Mets
BHCS-TT Ted Turner - Media Mogul
BHCS-TW Ted Williams - Boston Red Sox
BHCS-WS Warren Spahn - Milwaukee Braves

Birth Year Coin and Stamp Set Checklist

25 cards
PARALLEL CARDS: Quarter w/ stamp #’d, Dime w/ stamp #’d, Nickel w/ stamp #/50, Penny w/ stamp #/50
2015 Topps Stamp and Coin

CS-01 Hank Aaron - Milwaukee Braves
CS-02 Javier Baez - Chicago Cubs
CS-03 Madison Bumgarner - San Francisco Giants
CS-04 Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
CS-05 Roberto Clemente - Pittsburgh Pirates
CS-06 Josh Donaldson - Oakland Athletics
CS-07 Lou Gehrig - New York Yankees
CS-08 Tom Glavine - Atlanta Braves
CS-09 Bo Jackson - Kansas City Royals
CS-10 Reggie Jackson - New York Yankees
CS-11 Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
CS-12 Sandy Koufax - Los Angeles Dodgers
CS-13 Mike Piazza - New York Mets
CS-14 Yasiel Puig - Los Angeles Dodgers
CS-15 Albert Pujols - Los Angeles Angels
CS-16 Jim Rice - Boston Red Sox
CS-17 Babe Ruth - New York Yankees
CS-18 Nolan Ryan - Houston Astros
CS-19 Chris Sale - Chicago White Sox
CS-20 Max Scherzer - Detroit Tigers
CS-21 Ozzie Smith - St. Louis Cardinals
CS-22 Masahiro Tanaka - New York Yankees
CS-23 Julio Teheran - Atlanta Braves
CS-24 Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
CS-25 David Wright - New York Mets

Birth Year Coin Autographs Set Checklist

10 cards. Serial Numbered #/10.

BYCA-CS Chris Sale - Chicago White Sox
BYCA-DW David Wright - New York Mets
BYCA-JD Josh Donaldson - Oakland Athletics
BYCA-JR Jim Rice - Boston Red Sox
BYCA-JT Julio Teheran - Atlanta Braves
BYCA-MP Mike Piazza - New York Mets
BYCA-MS Max Scherzer - Detroit Tigers
BYCA-MT Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
BYCA-OS Ozzie Smith - St. Louis Cardinals
BYCA-TG Tom Glavine - Atlanta Braves

Career High Relics Set Checklist

47 cards
2015 Topps Career High Relic

CRH-AC Allen Craig - St. Louis Cardinals
CRH-AJ Adam Jones - Baltimore Orioles
CRH-AM Andrew McCutchen - Pittsburgh Pirates
CRH-AP Albert Pujols - St. Louis Cardinals
CRH-AR Anthony Rizzo - Chicago Cubs
CRH-AW Adam Wainwright - St. Louis Cardinals
CRH-BH Bryce Harper - Washington Nationals
CRH-BP Buster Posey - San Francisco Giants
CRH-CG Carlos Gomez - Milwaukee Brewers
CRH-CK Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
CRH-CS Carlos Santana - Cleveland Indians
CRH-DM Daisuke Matsuzaka - Boston Red Sox
CRH-DO David Ortiz - Boston Red Sox
CRH-DPA Dustin Pedroia - Boston Red Sox
CRH-DPE David Price - Tampa Bay Rays
CRH-DW David Wright - New York Mets
CRH-EL Evan Longoria - Tampa Bay Rays
CRH-FF Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
CRH-FH Felix Hernandez - Seattle Mariners
CRH-GP Gregory Polanco - Pittsburgh Pirates
CRH-GSN Giancarlo Stanton - Miami Marlins
CRH-GSR George Springer - Houston Astros
CRH-HI Hisashi Iwakuma - Seattle Mariners
CRH-HR Hanley Ramirez - Los Angeles Dodgers
CRH-IK Ian Kinsler - Texas Rangers
CRH-JA Jose Abreu - Chicago White Sox
CRH-JBA Jose Bautista - Toronto Blue Jays
CRH-JBZ Javier Baez - Chicago Cubs
CRH-JC Johnny Cueto - Cincinnati Reds
CRH-JD Josh Donaldson - Oakland Athletics
CRH-JE Jacoby Ellsbury - Boston Red Sox
CRH-JT Julio Teheran - Atlanta Braves
CRH-MA Matt Adams - St. Louis Cardinals
CRH-MB Mookie Betts - Boston Red Sox
CRH-MC Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
CRH-MM Manny Machado - Baltimore Orioles
CRH-MS Max Scherzer - Detroit Tigers
CRH-MTA Masahiro Tanaka - New York Yankees
CRH-MTT Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
CRH-PG Paul Goldschimdt - Arizona Diamondbacks
CRH-RB Ryan Braun - Milwaukee Brewers
CRH-RC Robinson Cano - New York Yankees
CRH-TT Troy Tulowitzki - Colorado Rockies
CRH-XB Xander Bogaerts - Boston Red Sox
CRH-YD Yu Darvish - Texas Rangers
CRH-YM Yadier Molina - St. Louis Cardinals
CRH-YP Yasiel Puig - Los Angeles Dodgers

Career High Autographs Set Checklist

61 cards
2015 Topps Career High Autograph

CH-AA Arismendy Alcantara - Chicago Cubs
CH-AC Allen Craig - St. Louis Cardinals
CH-AD Andre Dawson - Chicago Cubs
CH-AE A.J. Ellis - Los Angeles Dodgers
CH-AJ Adam Jones - Baltimore Orioles
CH-ARA Anthony Ranaudo - Boston Red Sox
CH-AS Aaron Sanchez - Toronto Blue Jays
CH-BC Brett Cecil - Toronto Blue Jays
CH-CB Charlie Blackmon - Colorado Rockies
CH-CC C.J. Cron - Los Angeles Angels
CH-CJ Chipper Jones - Atlanta Braves
CH-CO Chris Owings - Arizona Diamondbacks
CH-CS Carlos Santana - Cleveland Indians
CH-CSA Chris Sale - Chicago White Sox
CH-CSP Cory Spangenberg - San Diego Padres
CH-CY Christian Yelich - Miami Marlins
CH-DB Dellin Betances - New York Yankees
CH-DC David Cone - New York Mets
CH-DM Daisuke Matsuzaka - Boston Red Sox
CH-DS Duke Snider - Brooklyn Dodgers
CH-ED Eric Davis - Cincinnati Reds
CH-EF Erik Cordier - San Francisco Giants
CH-EL Evan Longoria - Tampa Bay Rays
CH-FJ Fergie Jenkins - Chicago Cubs
CH-GB Grant Balfour - Tampa Bay Rays
CH-GP Gregory Polanco - Pittsburgh Pirates
CH-GS George Springer - Houston Astros
CH-GST Giancarlo Stanton - Miami Marlins
CH-HA Hank Aaron - Atlanta Braves
CH-HI Hisashi Iwakuma - Seattle Mariners
CH-HK Hiroki Kuroda - New York Yankees
CH-IK Ian Kinsler - Texas Rangers
CH-JB Javier Baez - Chicago Cubs
CH-JD Jacob deGrom - New York Mets
CH-JH John Holdzkom - Pittsburgh Pirates
CH-JJ John Jaso - Seattle Mariners
CH-JL Juan Lagares - New York Mets
CH-JM J.D. Martinez - Detroit Tigers
CH-JP Johnny Podres - Brooklyn Dodgers
CH-JPA Joe Panik - San Francisco Giants
CH-JPO Jorge Posada - New York Yankees
CH-JS Jonathan Schoop - Baltimore Orioles
CH-JSM John Smoltz - Atlanta Braves
CH-JSO Jorge Soler - Chicago Cubs
CH-JT Julio Teheran - Atlanta Braves
CH-KW Kolten Wong - St. Louis Cardinals
CH-MA Mike Adams - San Diego Padres
CH-MAD Matt Adams - St. Louis Cardinals
CH-MM Mike Minor - Atlanta Braves
CH-MT Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
CH-MZ Mike Zunino - Seattle Mariners
CH-RC Rusney Castillo - Boston Red Sox
CH-RH Ryan Howard - Philadelphia Phillies
CH-SK Sandy Koufax - Los Angeles Dodgers
CH-SM Shelby Miller - St. Louis Cardinals
CH-SMA Starling Marte - Pittsburgh Pirates
CH-SS Scott Sizemore - Oakland Athletics
CH-ST Sam Tuivailala - St. Louis Cardinals
CH-UJ Ubaldo Jimenez - Colorado Rockies
CH-YP Yasiel Puig - Los Angeles Dodgers
CH-YV Yordano Ventura - Kansas City Royals

First Home Run Set Checklist

40 cards
Retail exclusive
PARALLEL CARDS: Gold - Hanger Boxes, Silver - Value Packs
2015 Topps 1st Home Run Yasiel Puig

FHR-01 Jorge Soler - Chicago Cubs
FHR-02 Andrew McCutchen - Pittsburgh Pirates
FHR-03 David Wright - New York Mets
FHR-04 Robinson Cano - New York Yankees
FHR-05 Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
FHR-06 Bryce Harper - Washington Nationals
FHR-07 Mike Moustakas - Kansas City Royals
FHR-08 Eric Hosmer - Kansas City Royals
FHR-09 Matt Carpenter - St. Louis Cardinals
FHR-10 Chipper Jones - Atlanta Braves
FHR-11 Anthony Rizzo - San Diego Padres
FHR-12 Jason Heyward - Atlanta Braves
FHR-13 Javier Baez - Chicago Cubs
FHR-14 Yasiel Puig - Los Angeles Dodgers
FHR-15 Alex Rodriguez - Seattle Mariners
FHR-16 Matt Adams - St. Louis Cardinals
FHR-17 Adam Dunn - Cincinnati Reds
FHR-18 Buster Posey - San Francisco Giants
FHR-19 Paul Konerko - Los Angeles Dodgers
FHR-20 Adrian Gonzalez - Texas Rangers
FHR-21 Jose Bautista - Pittsburgh Pirates
FHR-22 Josh Hamilton - Cincinnati Reds
FHR-23 Chase Utley - Philadelphia Phillies
FHR-24 Ryan Howard - Philadelphia Phillies
FHR-25 Joey Votto - Cincinnati Reds
FHR-26 Adam Jones - Seattle Mariners
FHR-27 Chris Davis - Texas Rangers
FHR-28 Don Mattingly - New York Yankees
FHR-29 Joe Mauer - Minnesota Twins
FHR-30 Jose Abreu - Chicago White Sox
FHR-31 Yoenis Cespedes - Oakland Athletics
FHR-32 Paul Goldschmidt - Arizona Diamondbacks
FHR-33 Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
FHR-34 Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
FHR-35 Evan Longoria - Tampa Bay Rays
FHR-36 Victor Martinez - Cleveland Indians
FHR-37 Mike Piazza - Los Angeles Dodgers
FHR-38 Troy Tulowitzki - Colorado Rockies
FHR-39 Dustin Pedroia - Boston Red Sox
FHR-40 Deion Sanders - New York Yankees

First Home Run Medallions Set Checklist

40 cards
Retail exclusive
2015 Topps 1st Home Run Commemorative Coin Derek Jeter

FHRM-AD Adam Dunn - Cincinnati Reds
FHRM-AG Adrian Gonzalez - Texas Rangers
FHRM-AJ Adam Jones - Seattle Mariners
FHRM-AM Andrew McCutchen - Pittsburgh Pirates
FHRM-ARI Anthony Rizzo - San Diego Padres
FHRM-ARO Alex Rodriguez - Seattle Mariners
FHRM-BH Bryce Harper - Washington Nationals
FHRM-BP Buster Posey - San Francisco Giants
FHRM-CD Chris Davis - Texas Rangers
FHRM-CJ Chipper Jones - Atlanta Braves
FHRM-CU Chase Utley - Philadelphia Phillies
FHRM-DJ Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
FHRM-DM Don Mattingly - New York Yankees
FHRM-DP Dustin Pedroia - Boston Red Sox
FHRM-DS Deion Sanders - New York Yankees
FHRM-DW David Wright - New York Mets
FHRM-EH Eric Hosmer - Kansas City Royals
FHRM-EL Evan Longoria - Tampa Bay Rays
FHRM-FF Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
FHRM-JA Jose Abreu - Chicago White Sox
FHRM-JBA Javier Baez - Chicago Cubs
FHRM-JBU Jose Bautista - Pittsburgh Pirates
FHRM-JHA Josh Hamilton - Cincinnati Reds
FHRM-JHE Jason Heyward - Atlanta Braves
FHRM-JM Joe Mauer - Minnesota Twins
FHRM-JS Jorge Soler - Chicago Cubs
FHRM-JV Joey Votto - Cincinnati Reds
FHRM-MA Matt Adams - St. Louis Cardinals
FHRM-MC Matt Carpenter - St. Louis Cardinals
FHRM-MM Mike Moustakas - Kansas City Royals
FHRM-MP Mike Piazza - Los Angeles Dodgers
FHRM-MT Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
FHRM-PG Paul Goldschmidt - Arizona Diamondbacks
FHRM-PK Paul Konerko - Los Angeles Dodgers
FHRM-RC Robinson Cano - New York Yankees
FHRM-RH Ryan Howard - Philadelphia Phillies
FHRM-TT Troy Tulowitzki - Colorado Rockies
FHRM-VM Victor Martinez - Cleveland Indians
FHRM-YC Yoenis Cespedes - Oakland Athletics
FHRM-YP Yasiel Puig - Los Angeles Dodgers

First Home Run Relics Set Checklist

20 cards
Retail exclusive

FHRR-AD Adam Dunn - Cincinnati Reds
FHRR-AG Adrian Gonzalez - Texas Rangers
FHRR-AJ Adam Jones - Seattle Mariners
FHRR-AM Andrew McCutchen - Pittsburgh Pirates
FHRR-BH Bryce Harper - Washington Nationals
FHRR-CD Chris Davis - Texas Rangers
FHRR-DJ Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
FHRR-DP Dustin Pedroia - Boston Red Sox
FHRR-DW David Wright - New York Mets
FHRR-EH Eric Hosmer - Kansas City Royals
FHRR-FF Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
FHRR-JB Jose Bautista - Pittsburgh Pirates
FHRR-JHA Josh Hamilton - Cincinnati Reds
FHRR-JHE Jason Heyward - Atlanta Braves
FHRR-JV Joey Votto - Cincinnati Reds
FHRR-MM Mike Moustakas - Kansas City Royals
FHRR-MT Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
FHRR-PG Paul Goldschmidt - Arizona Diamondbacks
FHRR-TT Troy Tulowitzki - Colorado Rockies
FHRR-YC Yoenis Cespedes - Oakland Athletics

First Home Run Autographed Relics Set Checklist

10 cards
Retail exclusive

FHRAR-AJ Adam Jones - Seattle Mariners
FHRAR-AM Andrew McCutchen - Pittsburgh Pirates
FHRAR-BH Bryce Harper - Washington Nationals
FHRAR-DW David Wright - New York Mets
FHRAR-EL Evan Longoria - Tampa Bay Rays
FHRAR-FF Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
FHRAR-JB Jose Bautista - Pittsburgh Pirates
FHRAR-JV Joey Votto - Cincinnati Reds
FHRAR-PG Paul Goldschmidt - Arizona Diamondbacks
FHRAR-RH Ryan Howard - Philadelphia Phillies

First Pitch Set Checklist

2015 Topps First Pitch Jeff Bridges

FP-01 Jeff Bridges - Los Angeles Dodgers
FP-02 Jack White - Detroit Tigers
FP-03 McKayla Maroney - Chicago White Sox
FP-04 Eddie Vedder - Chicago Cubs
FP-05 Biz Markie - Oakland Athletics
FP-06 Agnes McKee - San Diego Padres
FP-07 Austin Mahone - Atlanta Braves
FP-08 Jermaine Jones - Los Angeles Dodgers
FP-09 Tom Willis - Kansas City Royals
FP-10 Graham Elliot - Chicago Cubs
FP-11 Tom Morello - Chicago Cubs
FP-12 Macklemore - Seattle Mariners
FP-13 Suzy - Los Angeles Dodgers
FP-14 50 Cent - New York Mets
FP-15 Meb Keflezighi - Boston Red Sox

Free Agent 40 Set Checklist

15 cards. 1:8 packs.
2015 Topps Free Agent 40 Carlton Fisk

F40-1 Albert Pujols - Los Angeles Angels
F40-2 Robinson Cano - Seattle Mariners
F40-3 CC Sabathia - New York Yankees
F40-4 Nolan Ryan - Houston Astros
F40-5 Goose Gossage - New York Yankees
F40-6 David Ortiz - Boston Red Sox
F40-7 Andre Dawson - Chicago Cubs
F40-8 Greg Maddux - Atlanta Braves
F40-9 Alex Rodriguez - Texas Rangers
F40-10 Randy Johnson - Arizona Diamondbacks
F40-11 Reggie Jackson - New York Yankees
F40-12 Carlton Fisk - Chicago White Sox
F40-13 David Cone - Kansas City Royals
F40-14 Roger Clemens - Houston Astros
F40-15 Ivan Rodriguez - Florida Marlins

Free Agent 40 Relics Set Checklist

10 cards. Serial Numbered #/50.

F40R-AP Albert Pujols - Los Angeles Angels
F40R-CS CC Sabathia - New York Yankees
F40R-DC David Cone - Kansas City Royals
F40R-DO David Ortiz - Boston Red Sox
F40R-GM Greg Maddux - Atlanta Braves
F40R-IR Ivan Rodriguez - Florida Marlins
F40R-NR Nolan Ryan - Houston Astros
F40R-RCO Robinson Cano - Seattle Mariners
F40R-RCS Roger Clemens - Houston Astros
F40R-RJ Reggie Jackson - New York Yankees

Free Agent 40 Autographs Set Checklist

5 cards. Serial Numbered #/25.

F40A-AP Albert Pujols - Los Angeles Angels
F40A-CS CC Sabathia - New York Yankees
F40A-DO David Ortiz - Boston Red Sox
F40A-RC Robinson Cano - Seattle Mariners
F40A-RJ Reggie Jackson - New York Yankees

Free Agent 40 Autographed Relics Set Checklist

5 cards. Serial Numbered #/10.

F40AR-AP Albert Pujols - Los Angeles Angels
F40AR-CS CC Sabathia - New York Yankees
F40AR-DO David Ortiz - Boston Red Sox
F40AR-RC Robinson Cano - Seattle Mariners
F40AR-RJ Reggie Jackson - New York Yankees

Future Stars Pin Manufactured Relic Set Checklist

10 cards
PARALLEL CARDS: Vintage #/99
2015 Topps Future Stars Pin

FS-01 Xander Bogaerts - Boston Red Sox
FS-02 Billy Hamilton - Cincinnati Reds
FS-03 George Springer - Houston Astros
FS-04 Gregory Polanco - Pittsburgh Pirates
FS-05 Arismendy Alcantara - Chicago Cubs
FS-06 Jacob deGrom - New York Mets
FS-07 Masahiro Tanaka - New York Yankees
FS-08 Dellin Betances - New York Yankees
FS-09 Tanner Roark - Washington Nationals
FS-10 Jose Abreu - Chicago White Sox

Gallery of Greats Set Checklist

25 cards. 2 per box.
Hobby/Jumbo only.
PARALLEL CARDS: Gold #/99
2015 Topps Gallery of Greats

GG-1 Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
GG-2 Frank Thomas - Chicago White Sox
GG-3 Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
GG-4 Ken Griffey Jr. - Seattle Mariners
GG-5 Tom Glavine - Atlanta Braves
GG-6 Mike Piazza - New York Mets
GG-7 Mark McGwire - St. Louis Cardinals
GG-8 Roger Clemens - Boston Red Sox
GG-9 Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
GG-10 Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
GG-11 Yasiel Puig - Los Angeles Dodgers
GG-12 Steve Carlton - Philadelphia Phillies
GG-13 Hanley Ramirez - Los Angeles Dodgers
GG-14 Willie Mays - New York Giants
GG-15 Sandy Koufax - Brooklyn Dodgers
GG-16 Hank Aaron - Milwaukee Braves
GG-17 Albert Pujols - Los Angeles Angels
GG-18 Bryce Harper - Washington Nationals
GG-19 Mariano Rivera - New York Yankees
GG-20 Jackie Robinson - Brooklyn Dodgers
GG-21 Joe DiMaggio - New York Yankees
GG-22 Babe Ruth - New York Yankees
GG-23 Roberto Clemente - Pittsburgh Pirates
GG-24 Nolan Ryan - Texas Rangers
GG-25 Tony Gwynn - San Diego Padres

Gallery of Greats Relics Set Checklist

15 cards. Serial Numbered #/25.
Hobby/Jumbo only.

GGR-AP Albert Pujols - Los Angeles Angels
GGR-BH Bryce Harper - Washington Nationals
GGR-CK Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
GGR-CR Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
GGR-DJ Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
GGR-FT Frank Thomas - Chicago White Sox
GGR-HR Hanley Ramirez - Los Angeles Dodgers
GGR-KG Ken Griffey Jr. - Seattle Mariners
GGR-MC Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
GGR-MM Mark McGwire - St. Louis Cardinals
GGR-MP Mike Piazza - New York Mets
GGR-RC Roger Clemens - Boston Red Sox
GGR-SC Steve Carlton - Philadelphia Phillies
GGR-TG Tom Glavine - Atlanta Braves
GGR-YP Yasiel Puig - Los Angeles Dodgers

Gallery of Greats Autographs Set Checklist

10 cards. Serial Numbered #/10
Hobby/Jumbo only

GGA-CR Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
GGA-HA Hank Aaron - Milwaukee Braves
GGA-KG Ken Griffey Jr. - Seattle Mariners
GGA-MC Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
GGA-MM Mark McGwire - St. Louis Cardinals
GGA-MP Mike Piazza - New York Mets
GGA-RC Roger Clemens - Boston Red Sox
GGA-TG Tom Glavine - Atlanta Braves
GGA-WM Willie Mays - New York Giants
GGA-YP Yasiel Puig - Los Angeles Dodgers

Gallery of the Greats Autographed Relics Set Checklist

10 cards. Serial Numbered #/5.

GGAR-BH Bryce Harper - Washington Nationals
GGAR-CR Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
GGAR-HA Hank Aaron - Milwaukee Braves
GGAR-KG Ken Griffey Jr. - Seattle Mariners
GGAR-MC Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
GGAR-MM Mark McGwire - St. Louis Cardinals
GGAR-MP Mike Piazza - New York Mets
GGAR-RC Roger Clemens - Boston Red Sox
GGAR-YP Yasiel Puig - Los Angeles Dodgers
GGR-TG Tom Glavine - Atlanta Braves

Highlight of the Year Set Checklist

30 cards. 1:4 packs.
2015 Topps Series 1 Baseball Highlight of the Year

H-1 Lou Gehrig - New York Yankees
H-2 Babe Ruth - New York Yankees
H-3 Babe Ruth - New York Yankees
H-4 Bob Feller - Cleveland Indians
H-5 Stan Musial - St. Louis Cardinals
H-6 Ted Williams - Boston Red Sox
H-7 NEW YORK GIANTS - Win The Pennant
H-8 Ted Williams - Boston Red Sox
H-9 Enos Slaughter - St. Louis Cardinals
H-10 Ernie Banks - Chicago Cubs
H-11 Roger Maris - New York Yankees
H-12 Roger Maris - New York Yankees
H-13 Warren Spahn - Milwaukee Braves
H-14 Brooks Robinson - Baltimore Orioles
H-15 Juan Marichal - San Francisco Giants
H-16 Catfish Hunter - Oakland Athletics
H-17 Nolan Ryan - California Los Angeles Angels
H-18 Willie McCovey - San Diego Padres
H-19 Mike Schmidt - Philadelphia Phillies
H-20 Fergie Jenkins - Texas Rangers
H-21 Fernando Valenzuela - Los Angeles Dodgers
H-22 Nolan Ryan - Houston Astros
H-23 Jose Canseco - Oakland Athletics
H-24 Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
H-25 Mark McGwire - St. Louis Cardinals
H-26 Nomar Garciaparra - Boston Red Sox
H-27 Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
H-28 Josh Beckett - Florida Marlins
H-29 Justin Verlander - Detroit Tigers
H-30 Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers

Highlight of the Year Relics Set Checklist

19 cards. Serial Numbered #/99.

HYR-BR Brooks Robinson - Baltimore Orioles
HYR-CH Catfish Hunter - Oakland Athletics
HYR-CR Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
HYR-DJ Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
HYR-EB Ernie Banks - Chicago Cubs
HYR-FJ Fergie Jenkins - Texas Rangers
HYR-FV Fernando Valenzuela - Los Angeles Dodgers
HYR-JB Josh Beckett - Florida Marlins
HYR-JC Jose Canseco - Oakland Athletics
HYR-JM Juan Marichal - San Francisco Giants
HYR-JV Justin Verlander - Detroit Tigers
HYR-MC Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
HYR-MM Mark McGwire - St. Louis Cardinals
HYR-MS Mike Schmidt - Philadelphia Phillies
HYR-NG Nomar Garciaparra - Boston Red Sox
HYR-NRC Nolan Ryan - California Angels
HYR-NRH Nolan Ryan - Houston Astros
HYR-SM Stan Musial - St. Louis Cardinals
HYR-WM Willie McCovey - San Diego Padres

Highlight of the Year Autographs Set Checklist

10 cards. Serial Numbered #/25.

HYA-CR Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
HYA-EB Ernie Banks - Chicago Cubs
HYA-FV Fernando Valenzuela - Los Angeles Dodgers
HYA-JC Jose Canseco - Oakland Athletics
HYA-JM Juan Marichal - San Francisco Giants
HYA-MC Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
HYA-MM Mark McGwire - St. Louis Cardinals
HYA-MS Mike Schmidt - Philadelphia Phillies
HYA-NG Nomar Garciaparra - Boston Red Sox
HYA-SM Stan Musial - St. Louis Cardinals

Highlight of the Year Autographed Relics Set Checklist

9 cards. Serial Numbered #/10.

HYAR-CR Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
HYAR-EB Ernie Banks - Chicago Cubs
HYAR-JM Juan Marichal - San Francisco Giants
HYAR-MC Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
HYAR-MM Mark McGwire - St. Louis Cardinals
HYAR-MS Mike Schmidt - Philadelphia Phillies
HYAR-NG Nomar Garciaparra - Boston Red Sox
HYAR-NRA Nolan Ryan - Houston Astros
HYAR-SM Stan Musial - St. Louis Cardinals

In the Name Relics Set Checklist

Serial Numbered 1/1. Players have multiple cards, each with a different letter from their last name.
Hobby/Jumbo only.
2015 Topps In the Name

INT-AB Adrian Beltre - Texas Rangers
INT-AC Aroldis Chapman - Cincinnati Reds
INT-AJ Adam Jones - Baltimore Orioles
INT-ALR Alexei Ramirez - Chicago White Sox
INT-AM Andrew McCutchen - Pittsburgh Pirates
INT-ARI Anthony Rizzo - Chicago Cubs
INT-ARR Aramis Ramirez - Milwaukee Brewers
INT-AW Adam Wainwright - St. Louis Cardinals
INT-BM Brandon Moss - Oakland Athletics
INT-CB Charlie Blackmon - Colorado Rockies
INT-CG Carlos Gomez - Milwaukee Brewers
INT-CKE Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
INT-CKI Craig Kimbrel - Atlanta Braves
INT-CS Chris Sale - Chicago White Sox
INT-CU Chase Utley - Philadelphia Phillies
INT-DB Dellin Betances - New York Yankees
INT-DG Dee Gordon - Los Angeles Dodgers
INT-DJ Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
INT-DME Devin Mesoraco - Cincinnati Reds
INT-DMU Daniel Murphy - New York Mets
INT-DP David Price - Tampa Bay Rays
INT-FF Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
INT-FH Felix Hernandez - Seattle Mariners
INT-FRO Fernando Rodney - Seattle Mariners
INT-FRR Francisco Rodriguez - Milwaukee Brewers
INT-GH Greg Holland - Kansas City Royals
INT-GP Glen Perkins - Minnesota Twins
INT-GS Giancarlo Stanton - Miami Marlins
INT-HA Henderson Alvarez - Miami Marlins
INT-HP Hunter Pence - San Francisco Giants
INT-HS Huston Street - San Diego Padres
INT-IK Ian Kinsler - Detroit Tigers
INT-JAL Jose Altuve - Houston Astros
INT-JAR Jose Abreu - Chicago White Sox
INT-JB Jose Bautista - Toronto Blue Jays
INT-JC Johnny Cueto - Cincinnati Reds
INT-JD Josh Donaldson - Oakland Athletics
INT-JH Josh Harrison - Pittsburgh Pirates
INT-JLE Jon Lester - Boston Red Sox
INT-JLU Jonathan Lucroy - Milwaukee Brewers
INT-JS Jeff Samardzija - Chicago Cubs
INT-JT Julio Teheran - Atlanta Braves
INT-KS Kyle Seager - Seattle Mariners
INT-KU Koji Uehara - Boston Red Sox
INT-MBA Michael Brantley - Cleveland Indians
INT-MBE Mark Buehrle - Toronto Blue Jays
INT-MBU Madison Bumgarner - San Francisco Giants
INT-MCA Matt Carpenter - St. Louis Cardinals
INT-MCB Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
INT-MM Miguel Montero - Arizona Diamondbacks
INT-MS Max Scherzer - Detroit Tigers
INT-MT Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
INT-NC Nelson Cruz - Baltimore Orioles
INT-PG Paul Goldschmidt - Arizona Diamondbacks
INT-RC Robinson Cano - Seattle Mariners
INT-SC Starlin Castro - Chicago Cubs
INT-SD Sean Doolittle - Oakland Athletics
INT-SK Scott Kazmir - Oakland Athletics
INT-SP Salvador Perez - Kansas City Royals
INT-TH Tim Hudson - San Francisco Giants
INT-TR Tyson Ross - San Diego Padres
INT-TT Troy Tulowitzki - Colorado Rockies
INT-VM Victor Martinez - Detroit Tigers
INT-YC Yoenis Cespedes - Oakland Athletics
INT-YD Yu Darvish - Texas Rangers
INT-YP Yasiel Puig - Los Angeles Dodgers

Inspired Play Duals Set Checklist

15 cards. 1:8 packs.
2015 Topps Inspired Play Cano Griffey

I-1 Manny Machado - Baltimore Orioles
Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
I-2 Ken Griffey Jr. - Seattle Mariners
Robinson Cano - Seattle Mariners
I-3 Don Mattingly - New York Yankees
Mark Teixeira - New York Yankees
I-4 Al Kaline - Detroit Tigers
Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
I-5 Steve Carlton - Philadelphia Phillies
Cole Hamels - Philadelphia Phillies
I-6 Rod Carew - Minnesota Twins
Joe Mauer - Minnesota Twins
I-7 Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
Fernando Valenzuela - Los Angeles Dodgers
I-8 Jim Rice - Boston Red Sox
Yoenis Cespedes - Boston Red Sox
I-9 Stan Musial - St. Louis Cardinals
Mark McGwire - St. Louis Cardinals
I-10 Fred McGriff - Atlanta Braves
Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
I-11 Tom Seaver - New York Mets
Matt Harvey - New York Mets
I-12 Jose Abreu - Chicago White Sox
Frank Thomas - Chicago White Sox
I-13 Craig Kimbrel - Atlanta Braves
John Smoltz - Atlanta Braves
I-14 Randy Johnson - Seattle Mariners
Felix Hernandez - Seattle Mariners
I-15 Andrew McCutchen - Pittsburgh Pirates
Willie Stargell - Pittsburgh Pirates

Inspired Play Relics Set Checklist

5 cards. Serial Numbered #/50.

IR-CG Robinson Cano - Seattle Mariners
Ken Griffey Jr. - Seattle Mariners
IR-FM Fred McGriff - Atlanta Braves
Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
IR-HC Cole Hamels - Philadelphia Phillies
Steve Carlton - Philadelphia Phillies
IR-MR Manny Machado - Baltimore Orioles
Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
IR-TM Mark Teixeira - New York Yankees
Don Mattingly - New York Yankees

Inspired Play Dual Autographs Set Checklist

5 cards. Serial Numbered #/25.

IA-CG Robinson Cano - Seattle Mariners
Ken Griffey Jr. - Seattle Mariners
IA-CK Al Kaline - Detroit Tigers
Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
IA-HC Steve Carlton - Philadelphia Phillies
Cole Hamels - Philadelphia Phillies
IA-MR Manny Machado - Baltimore Orioles
Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
IA-TM Mark Teixeira - New York Yankees
Don Mattingly - New York Yankees

Inspired Play Dual Autographed Relics Set Checklist

5 cards. Serial Numbered #/10.

IA-CG Robinson Cano - Seattle Mariners
Ken Griffey Jr. - Seattle Mariners
IA-FM Fred McGriff - Atlanta Braves
Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
IA-HC Cole Hamels - Philadelphia Phillies
Steve Carlton - Philadelphia Phillies
IA-MR Manny Machado - Baltimore Orioles
Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
IA-TM Mark Teixeira - New York Yankees
Don Mattingly - New York Yankees

MLB Silhouetted Batter Logo Pin Manufactured Relic Set Checklist

25 cards
2015 Topps Logo Pin

MSBL-01 Yu Darvish - Texas Rangers
MSBL-02 Bryce Harper - Washington Nationals
MSBL-03 David Wright - New York Mets
MSBL-04 David Ortiz - Boston Red Sox
MSBL-05 Albert Pujols - Los Angeles Angels
MSBL-06 Buster Posey - San Francisco Giants
MSBL-07 Dustin Pedroia - Boston Red Sox
MSBL-08 Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
MSBL-09 Yasiel Puig - Los Angeles Dodgers
MSBL-10 Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
MSBL-11 Andrew McCutchen - Pittsburgh Pirates
MSBL-12 Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
MSBL-13 Robinson Cano - Seattle Mariners
MSBL-14 Masahiro Tanaka - New York Yankees
MSBL-15 Anthony Rizzo - Chicago Cubs
MSBL-16 Manny Machado - Baltimore Orioles
MSBL-17 Yadier Molina - St. Louis Cardinals
MSBL-18 Javier Baez - Chicago Cubs
MSBL-19 Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
MSBL-20 Giancarlo Stanton - Miami Marlins
MSBL-21 Jose Abreu - Chicago White Sox
MSBL-22 Jose Bautista - Toronto Blue Jays
MSBL-23 David Price - Detroit Tigers
MSBL-24 Adam Wainwright - St. Louis Cardinals
MSBL-25 Jacoby Ellsbury - New York Yankees

Postseason Performance Relics Set Checklist

25 cards. Serial Numbered #/100.

PPR-AE A.J. Ellis - Los Angeles Dodgers
PPR-AGN Adrian Gonzalez - Los Angeles Dodgers
PPR-AGO Alex Gordon - Kansas City Royals
PPR-AJ Adam Jones - Baltimore Orioles
PPR-AR Anthony Rendon - Washington Nationals
PPR-BBU Billy Butler - Kansas City Royals
PPR-BH Bryce Harper - Washington Nationals
PPR-DG Dee Gordon - Los Angeles Dodgers
PPR-DS Drew Storen - Washington Nationals
PPR-EH Eric Hosmer - Kansas City Royals
PPR-JJ Jon Jay - St. Louis Cardinals
PPR-JS Jonathan Schoop - Baltimore Orioles
PPR-KW Kolten Wong - St. Louis Cardinals
PPR-LL Lance Lynn - St. Louis Cardinals
PPR-MH Matt Holliday - St. Louis Cardinals
PPR-MK Matt Kemp - Los Angeles Dodgers
PPR-MM Mike Moustakas - Kansas City Royals
PPR-NC Nelson Cruz - Baltimore Orioles
PPR-NM Nick Markakis - Baltimore Orioles
PPR-SM Shelby Miller - St. Louis Cardinals
PPR-SP Salvador Perez - Kansas City Royals
PPR-WC Wei-Yin Chen - Baltimore Orioles
PPR-YM Yadier Molina - St. Louis Cardinals
PPR-YV Yordano Ventura - Kansas City Royals
PPR-ZG Zack Greinke - Los Angeles Dodgers

Postseason Performance Autographs Set Checklist

8 cards. Serial Numbered #/50.

PPA-BH Bryce Harper - Washington Nationals
PPA-CK Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
PPA-CT Chris Tillman - Baltimore Orioles
PPA-JSC Jonathan Schoop - Baltimore Orioles
PPA-MA Matt Adams - St. Louis Cardinals
PPA-MC Matt Carpenter - St. Louis Cardinals
PPA-SP Salvador Perez - Kansas City Royals
PPA-YV Yordano Ventura - Kansas City Royals

Postseason Performance Autographed Relics Set Checklist

5 cards. Serial Numbered #/50.
2015 Topps Postseason Performance Autographed Relic

PPAR-BH Bryce Harper - Washington Nationals
PPAR-CK Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
PPAR-JSC Jonathan Schoop - Baltimore Orioles
PPAR-MC Matt Carpenter - St. Louis Cardinals
PPAR-SP Salvador Perez - Kansas City Royals
PPAR-YV Yordano Ventura - Kansas City Royals

Robbed Set Checklist

15 cards
Retail exclusive.
2015 Topps Robbed Dustin Ackley

R-1 Dustin Ackley - Seattle Mariners
R-2 Alexi Amarista - San Diego Padres
R-3 Jacoby Ellsbury - New York Yankees
R-4 Carlos Gomez - Milwaukee Brewers
R-5 Josh Hamilton - Los Angeles Angels
R-6 Jason Heyward - Atlanta Braves
R-7 Ryan Ludwick - Cincinnati Reds
R-8 Michael Morse - San Francisco Giants
R-9 Yasiel Puig - Los Angeles Dodgers
R-10 Colby Rasmus - Toronto Blue Jays
R-11 Ben Revere - Philadelphia Phillies
R-12 George Springer - Houston Astros
R-13 Giancarlo Stanton - Miami Marlins
R-14 Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
R-15 Mookie Betts - Boston Red Sox

Robbed Relics Set Checklist

10 cards
Retail exclusive.

RR-BR Ben Revere - Philadelphia Phillies
RR-CR Colby Rasmus - Toronto Blue Jays
RR-DA Dustin Ackley - Seattle Mariners
RR-GSN Giancarlo Stanton - Miami Marlins
RR-GSR George Springer - Houston Astros
RR-JHD Jason Heyward - Atlanta Braves
RR-JHN Josh Hamilton - Los Angeles Angels
RR-MM Michael Morse - San Francisco Giants
RR-MT Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
RR-YP Yasiel Puig - Los Angeles Dodgers

Robbed Autographs Set Checklist

5 cards
Retail exclusive.

RA-DA Dustin Ackley - Seattle Mariners
RA-GSR George Springer - Houston Astros
RA-JHD Jason Heyward - Atlanta Braves
RA-JHN Josh Hamilton - Los Angeles Angels
RA-YP Yasiel Puig - Los Angeles Dodgers

Robbed Autographed Relics Set Checklist

5 cards
Retail exclusive.

RAR-DA Dustin Ackley - Seattle Mariners
RAR-GSR George Springer - Houston Astros
RAR-JHD Jason Heyward - Atlanta Braves
RAR-JHN Josh Hamilton - Los Angeles Angels
RAR-YP Yasiel Puig - Los Angeles Dodgers

Strata Cut Signatures Set Checklist

30 cards. Serial Numbered 1/1.
2015 Topps Strata

SCS-AL Al Lopez - Chicago White Sox
SCS-BF Bob Feller - Cleveland Indians
SCS-BLD Buck Leonard - Homestead Grays
SCS-BLN Bob Lemon - Cleveland Indians
SCS-CH Catfish Hunter - Oakland Athletics
SCS-DD Dizzy Dean - St. Louis Cardinals
SCS-DS Duke Snider - Brooklyn Dodgers
SCS-DZ Don Zimmer - New York Yankees
SCS-EM Eddie Mathews - Milwaukee Braves
SCS-ES Enos Slaughter - St. Louis Cardinals
SCS-EW1 Earl Weaver - Baltimore Orioles
SCS-EW2 Earl Weaver - Baltimore Orioles
SCS-GK George Kell - Detroit Tigers
SCS-HK Harmon Killebrew - Minnesota Twins
SCS-HW Hoyt Wilhelm - New York Giants
SCS-JD Joe DiMaggio - New York Yankees
SCS-JF Jimmie Foxx - Boston Red Sox
SCS-JR Jackie Robinson - Brooklyn Dodgers
SCS-LB Lou Boudreau - Cleveland Indians
SCS-LD Larry Doby - Cleveland Indians
SCS-PR Phil Rizzuto - New York Yankees
SCS-RC Roberto Clemente - Pittsburgh Pirates
SCS-RF Rick Ferrell - St. Louis Browns
SCS-RK Ralph Kiner - Pittsburgh Pirates
SCS-RM Roger Maris - New York Yankees
SCS-RS Ron Santo - Chicago Cubs
SCS-SA Sparky Anderson - Detroit Tigers
SCS-SM Stan Musial - St. Louis Cardinals
SCS-TW Ted Williams - Boston Red Sox
SCS-WS Willie Stargell - Pittsburgh Pirates

Strata Signature Relics Set Checklist

24 cards. Serial Numbered #/25.

SSR-AJ Adam Jones - Baltimore Orioles
SSR-BH Bryce Harper - Washington Nationals
SSR-CG Carlos Gonzalez - Colorado Rockies
SSR-CK Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
SSR-CS CC Sabathia - New York Yankees
SSR-EL Evan Longoria - Tampa Bay Rays
SSR-FF Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
SSR-GP Gregory Polanco - Pittsburgh Pirates
SSR-GS George Springer - Houston Astros
SSR-GST Giancarlo Stanton - Miami Marlins
SSR-HR Hanley Ramirez - Los Angeles Dodgers
SSR-JA Jose Abreu - Chicago White Sox
SSR-JB Jay Bruce - Cincinnati Reds
SSR-JV Joey Votto - Cincinnati Reds
SSR-MC Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
SSR-MP Mike Piazza - New York Mets
SSR-MR Mariano Rivera - New York Yankees
SSR-MS Max Scherzer - Detroit Tigers
SSR-PG Paul Goldschmidt - Arizona Diamondbacks
SSR-RB Ryan Braun - Milwaukee Brewers
SSR-RC Robinson Cano - Seattle Mariners
SSR-SC Steve Carlton - Philadelphia Phillies
SSR-YC Yoenis Cespedes - Boston Red Sox
SSR-YP Yasiel Puig - Los Angeles Dodgers

The Babe Ruth Story Set Checklist

10 cards
Walmart exclusive
2015 Topps Babe Ruth Story

BR-1 St. Mary's Industrial School Student
BR-2 Hometown Hero Baltimore
BR-3 Red Sox Double Threat Boston Red Sox
BR-4 Postseason Pitching Phenom Boston Red Sox
BR-5 From Hurler to Hitter Boston Red Sox
BR-6 The Home Run King New York Yankees
BR-7 MVP in '23 New York Yankees
BR-8 Murderer's Row Member New York Yankees
BR-9 The Called Shot New York Yankees
BR-10 The Babe becomes a media star New York Yankees

The Jackie Robinson Story Set Checklist

10 cards
Target exclusive
2015 Topps Jackie Robinson Story

JR-1 Two-Sport College Star
JR-2 Serving his country
JR-3 .387 with Kansas City
JR-4 Robinson Signs with the Dodgers
JR-5 Robinson Travels North
JR-6 Breaking the MLB Color Barrier
JR-7 NL MVP in 1949
JR-8 World Series Title in 1955
JR-9 Call to The Hall
JR-10 Number 42 Retired across MLB

World Series Champion Relics Set Checklist

15 cards. Serial Numbered #/100.
2015 Topps World Series Relic

WCR-BB Brandon Belt - San Francisco Giants
WCR-BC Brandon Crawford - San Francisco Giants
WCR-BP Buster Posey - San Francisco Giants
WCR-GB Gregor Blanco - San Francisco Giants
WCR-HP Hunter Pence - San Francisco Giants
WCR-JPA Joe Panik - San Francisco Giants
WCR-JPE Juan Perez - San Francisco Giants
WCR-MB Madison Bumgarner - San Francisco Giants
WCR-MM Michael Morse - San Francisco Giants
WCR-PS Pablo Sandoval - San Francisco Giants
WCR-RV Ryan Vogelsong - San Francisco Giants
WCR-SR Sergio Romo - San Francisco Giants
WCR-TH Tim Hudson - San Francisco Giants
WCR-TI Travis Ishikawa - San Francisco Giants
WCR-TL Tim Lincecum - San Francisco Giants

World Series Champion Autographs Set Checklist

5 cards. Serial Numbered #/50.

WCA-BB Brandon Belt - San Francisco Giants
WCA-BC Brandon Crawford - San Francisco Giants
WCA-HP Hunter Pence - San Francisco Giants
WCA-JP Joe Panik - San Francisco Giants
WCA-PS Pablo Sandoval - San Francisco Giants

World Series Champion Autographed Relics Set Checklist

5 cards. Serial Numbered #/50.

WCAR-BB Brandon Belt - San Francisco Giants
WCAR-BC Brandon Crawford - San Francisco Giants
WCAR-HP Hunter Pence - San Francisco Giants
WCAR-JP Joe Panik - San Francisco Giants
WCAR-PS Pablo Sandoval - San Francisco Giants

Spring Fever Promo Autographs Set Checklist

30 cards. Get print run details and more here.
2015 Topps Spring Fever Autograph

SFA-AG Adrian Gonzalez - Los Angeles Dodgers
SFA-BJ Bo Jackson - Kansas City Royals
SFA-CB Charlie Blackmon - Colorado Rockies
SFA-CC C.J. Cron - Los Angeles Angels
SFA-COW Chris Owings - Arizona Diamondbacks
SFA-CSP Cory Spangenberg - San Diego Padres
SFA-CY Christian Yelich - Miami Marlins
SFA-DH Dilson Herrera - New York Mets
SFA-DO David Ortiz - Boston Red Sox
SFA-DS Duke Snider - Brooklyn Dodgers
SFA-FJ Fergie Jenkins - Chicago Cubs
SFA-IK Ian Kinsler - Detroit Tigers
SFA-JB Javier Baez - Chicago Cubs
SFA-JD Jacob deGrom - New York Mets
SFA-JPA Joe Panik - San Francisco Giants
SFA-JPE Joc Pederson - Los Angeles Dodgers
SFA-JPO Johnny Podres - Brooklyn Dodgers
SFA-JS Jorge Soler - Chicago Cubs
SFA-KG Ken Griffey Jr. - Seattle Mariners
SFA-KV Kennys Vargas - Minnesota Twins
SFA-MAA Mike Adams - Philadelphia Phillies
SFA-MAD Matt Adams - St. Louis Cardinals
SFA-MB Mookie Betts - Boston Red Sox
SFA-MFO Mike Foltynewicz - Houston Astros
SFA-MFR Maikel Franco - Philadelphia Phillies
SFA-MS Max Scherzer - Detroit Tigers
SFA-RH Ryan Howard - Philadelphia Phillies
SFA-RO Rougned Odor - Texas Rangers
SFA-SM Shelby Miller - Atlanta Braves
SFA-YS Yangervis Solarte - San Diego Padres

Online Code Card Set Checklist

1:6 packs

Stamped Buybacks Set Checklist

Hobby/Jumbo only
2 per box

The Pennant Chase Set Checklist

50 cards for each team.
Cards depicting team that wins pennant can be redeemed for a prize.

Shop Boxes

Shop for 2015 Topps Series 1 Baseball Hobby Boxes

Each hobby box is slated to have:

  • 36 Packs, 10 Cards Per Pack
  • 1 Autograph or Relic Card
  • 2 Gallery of Greats Inserts
  • 4 Baseball/History Inserts
  • 4 Free Agent 40 Inserts
  • 4 Inspirations Inserts
  • 6 Archetypes Inserts
  • 9 Highlight of the Year Inserts
  • 6 Online Code Cards
  • 3 Rainbow Foil Parallels
  • 2 Stamped Buybacks

Here are the top 5 deals on hobby boxes currently listed on eBay.

2015 Topps Series 1 Hobby Baseball Unopened Factory Sealed Box 36 Packs $32.00
2015 Topps Series 1 Baseball Factory Sealed Regular Hobby Box $45.26
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Shop for 2015 Topps Series 1 Baseball Jumbo Boxes

Each jumbo box is slated to have:

  • 10 Packs, 50 Cards Per Pack
  • 1 Autograph
  • 1 Commemorative Relic
  • 1 Memorabilia Card
  • 10 Archetypes Inserts
  • 10 Highlight of the Year Inserts
  • 10 Online Code Cards
  • 500 Total Cards

Here are the top 5 deals on jumbo boxes currently listed on eBay.

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2015 TOPPS BASEBALL SERIES 1 JUMBO HOBBY BOX 1 AUTO AND 2 RELICS PER BOX $98.79
2015 Topps Baseball Series 1 Factory Sealed Jumbo Box $99.25


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Ryan's collecting origins began with winter bike rides to the corner store, tossing a couple of quarters onto the counter and peddling home with a couple packs of O-Pee-Chee hockey in his pocket. Today, he continues to build sets, go after inserts with cool technologies, chase Montreal Expos and finish off his John Jaha master collection. Ryan can be found on Twitter @tradercracks and Google+.

User Reviews

  1. This looks awesome

  2. Topps with another “made in China” set of baseball cards….no thanks. Looking forward to the day when the companies that still print their cards in the U.S.A. (Upperdeck, Panini, Donruss) will be able to use the MLB logos again.

  3. I’m so glad Topps got rid of the plain white border. It gives base cards a whole new apperance! The inserts look great as well!

  4. The new design of the Topps 2015 Baseball Cards are really amazing and awesome to look at.They will have 350 in series 1 and 350 baseball cards in series 2 plus 350 baseball cards in the update set totaling 1050 baseball cards.

  5. And they’re made in China, cool.

  6. Any word yet on whether the extra 20 cards per series will be SP?

    Because I’m not seeing how if they run 110 cards on a press sheet it comes out to 350 cards. Unless they run a 4th sheet which also has 90 inserts that will have the same print run as base cards.

  7. Topps is putting way to many parallels and inserts in the boxes. 2014 was my last year of building sets. I busted a case of jumbos and didn’t even get a set. I have built sets from 1960 thru 2014 but no more. If I get to wanting a set I will buy one off ebay. I can get sets there cheaper than busting boxes and I don’t have all the junk left over that I can’t sell or trade because there is so much of it. I have stuff from the last several years that I can’t even give away.

  8. Bein a tops collector for many years- tried other brands, nothing beats topps

  9. I think the more simplistic card designs, like Topps 2013 and Upper Deck 1992 show more class. Topps 2015 just looks like an improvement on something Donruss came up with. Still, those Archetype inserts do look pretty nice.

  10. made in China doesn’t fly with me Time for some real innovation in cards to get the kids and old time collectors excited.

  11. Finally not the bland looking cards they have been making over the last decade. Hopefully they will bring back team photos & playoff card s like they used to do in 70’s on back. It’s cheaper to buy the factory set then spend at least $80 on both series & having to spend more at card shows to complete your set. I don’t like the idea of sending decent paying jobs to China when this can be done right in the USA & have better product.

  12. very much like the look of the borders ,like Gary been collecting since 1972 but still will be collecting there is getting to many inserts ,one insert would love to see is top 25 from each position(like top 25 catchers)give us the hobbyist a voting card the year prior and let us decide whom we’d like to see ,this would spark some interest and also a lot of debate on who deserves to be on that list and would make me feel part of the hobby

  13. I am sorry, but where has all this made in China come from???? Has Topps released something I don’t know about??
    thanks

  14. Topps cards are NOT made in China– at least most of it. In 2014 only the metal inserts on some of the cards such the ring cards were made in China. the rest of those cards were made in the USA.

  15. Borders and design are just far too busy this year. Could they make the cards more cluttered? *Almost* every time Topps goes away from white borders, something like this happens. I’ll skip this year, it’s a hot mess. I feel like I’ve been transported back to the bad old days of the 1990’s. At least the player’s position is on the front.

  16. Thankfully the made in China has been explained. I was going to pass this year, however with the colors this year, but now I am back to being excited about the new set! Stamps and coins are always fun, as well as the signature and maybe a fun SSP. I am on a budget however the price is just right!

  17. Are you serious right now?.. Set checklist contains a Joc Pederson RC and a Andrew Susac RC (september call-up hardly played) AND NO JOE PANIK RC ?? !! ?? !!

    Great job, Topps! Very Disappointed.

  18. Would have liked to have seen a insert set of cards celebrating the 60th anniversary of the Brooklyn Dodgers WS win in 1955.

  19. Not seeing much in the way of Nationals players other than Bryce Harper. Washington has a great young talent in Anthony Rendon and Jordan Zimmermann, who pitched a no-hitter in 2014. Let’s get some representation other than Harper!

  20. WOW!!! Amazed at how good the Auto and Relic set checklist is. I am definitely going to buy some Topps 2015 cards this year!!!!

  21. Typical average looking Topps casual crapola. Surprised to not see Joe Panik or Odrisamer Despaigne but am delighted to see other rookies like Buck Farmer, Brandon Finnegan, and Guilder Rodriguez get squeezed in. I haven’t bought packs since 2012 and surely won’t start now, but as a ttmer and autograph collector I’ll be picking up some of these RC’s as singles – but for the names and not the quality of the product.

  22. As usual, way too many insert sets. Not too keen on the colored borders either. This is supposed to be a base level set, white borders, easy to obtain insert sets, no 1/1 nonsense. I buy the minimum I need to complete a set and my various subsets.

  23. This is a beautiful card design, perhaps one of the best ever. Finally, something novel. However, the number of inserts and parallels is ridiculous. 700 base cards, no inserts, no parallels = perfection.

  24. Overall a decent product, but the one thing that is a big selling point is the Pennant Chase cards and last I heard the 2013 Pennant Chase cards haven’t been filled yet! What’s the point of pulling or buying a chase card if you have to wait over a year for a redemption prize that you are not even sure what you are going to get?

  25. Where is the Joe Panik card?????? Not even a World Series Highlight card of the awesome stop at 2B? Very very surprised Topps did not put him in the regular Series 1 Checklist! Considering others that were included. So they only put him in the hard to pull auto/relic insert sets.

  26. TheCardMan64 » My guess is that he’ll have a base card in Series 2. And plenty of others throughout the year in other sets.

  27. …just a few more days…yawn…I’ll buy 2 packs like buying a couple lottery tickets, as for building a set of this garbage? Please.

  28. A week to go! Counting down the days! One of my favorite time’s of the year.

  29. love the new look there’s no better baseball card then topps

  30. Topps really needs to stop counting the mfg. pins and patches as one of the relics in the jumbo boxes. Not a bad product but your really getting 2 GU or Autos in a 100 dollar box.

  31. I think the people who are not that excited about this product should take a real good look at the published checklist I think it has everybody and everything from all the current big name autos and relics like Luigi, harper, trout, some nice 80,s players strawberry, Carlton, pizza and some 50,s greats like hank, Rizutto, snider and a great array of sub sets I think the 3.2 the connection gave the set is so incredible under valued and rated this product has something for young and old I would pay 100 a box and give it I 4.5 another quick thing most people don’t look at anymore mainly due to the send in s that expire is the fact would u like to spend 80bucks on a box 5 to 10 years from now and my answer is yes for the first time in five to ten

  32. I collect certain players and certain inserts. I look forward, as always, to adding some 2015 Topps no matter the design. Collect what you want. It’s a lot more fun. And less expensive.

  33. Found mine at retail today, a day early. I am pleased because it’s not the same ol same ol from Topps. Different is good!

  34. Border design looks more like infield dirt rather than stone IMO. Makes more sense to me.

  35. Way to many insert sets & variations
    the autos are going insane

  36. I am pleased that Topps has gone away from the “Plain Jane” white borders of the base cards. I agree, that there are too many chase sets and Inserts. I know I won’t be putting a tonne of time or money chasing the Inserts, but will continue to purchase the cards to give away to young baseball players who come to my clinics.

  37. Yeah, it’s nice to have a different border for a change but at last count, including variations of the base cards, over 1200 inserts, which again makes it ridiculous to collect a series, let alone a complete set. I long for the days when there were a few inserts ( or none at all) and every card card in the pack was a possibility of completing a set. Someone mentioned the Topps Total from a few years ago. It didn’t work because the cards were crap, not because people didn’t want it. I just can’t figure out why anyone wants the inserts. It dilutes the product, just like the glut of baseball cards in the 90’s diluted the industry. Guess it’s buy a couple of packs for the cheap reminiscent thrill and then wait for the factory set in July.

  38. Just not a huge fan of the paper stock, many cards were dinged up.

  39. I love the Topps brand. I am a setbuilder and agree the inserts are starting to get out of control. I could care less if there were any inserts so get rid of all of them.

  40. Probably old news, but it looks like the !st Home Run inserts have variations. I pulled both Jorge Soler and Chipper Jones with silver and gold stamping on the front, as well as with a blue or gold band down the center of the card behind the picture.

  41. Great cards but the inserts products should be a few more made in the series. This would be a chance for more people to own a couple.

  42. Are there parallels for the First Home Run retail inserts? I’m seeing ones with gold or blue stripes down the middle, but the Abreu I pulled has a silver stripe.

  43. I am happy to see an “interesting” looking base set. Could care less about the inserts and will be selling them off.

  44. No Joe Panik RC in 2015 topps– he had 2 RC in 2014 in the Heritage High Numbers and the Bowman Sterling.

  45. Am I blind or is the base set missing Yadier Molina and Matt Holliday but it includes a Cardinals Shelby Miller who was traded way back on November 17! Otherwise the cards look great.

  46. Chris » They will likely be in Series 2. Big names are always left off intentionally so that there are some left for the second set.

  47. I like the change from the typical white borders of the last several years…it has been fun chasing one of each of the different base parallels for the past few years…
    Did they make the retail color versions on this set? I got some Toys R Us purple already…..did they do Target red or Wal Mart blue? Or the yellow? Also wondering if they will do factory set orange when the time comes…!?!? Or if they will do the mini set again in packs…
    Any insight?

  48. Just a little better than last years because cards have more color and coin and stamp cards are cool. I would love to see Topps put out a extremely rare cards to hunt for in the set, even more rare than the sparkle cards and photo variations. I think more collectors would by Topps more if that come about.

  49. Love the cards. Although it says a 350 base set, I have one numbered at 351…..?

  50. live in area with no hobby stores…
    so I buy retail.Very disappointed with no red or blue border cards.
    Makes retail cards worthless.

  51. as usual, another crap product from a crap company. sportscards in and of themselves are just pieces of cardboard garbage. i love the statement “topps does not in any manner make any representations as to whether its cards will attain any future value”. then why is triple threads $100 per pack and this garbage is $50 per box? just more garbage from another card company preying on the young with the promise of finding “the big one”. these card companies are teaching kids to gamble. this is evident by printing the stated odds of finding certain cards. stop buying this crap. I am.

  52. marie » There is no #7.

  53. Tim White » Odds are there because of laws. This is a product that’s $2 per pack. That’s a big difference from the high-end stuff. And about half the price as other types of cards that lots of kids buy en masse like Pokemon and Yugioh. Today’s hobby is geared towards different types of collectors with different budgets. If something’s too expensive for me, I either don’t buy packs/boxes and opt for just the cards I want or I ignore them. For me, I’ve longer since passed on going after everything, focused on goals and been much happier in the process.

  54. wow, these are really ugly…as I said before, we’re running headfirst back to the “years of shame”–these are like some crap cards from the 90s…Metal Universe all over again.

    I’ve noticed more interest with Panini products in some of the break rooms I frequent. I’ve been a Topps guy since pinching cards from my older brothers in the late 60s, but I am currently more impressed with Panini’s approach to design.

    Regardless, these are just plain ugly…maybe even fugly…well, skipping these will leave more money available for Archives when they hit…

  55. Manufactured relics should not count as a relic. My son saved his own money to buy a box and all he got was the Yu Darvish manufactured piece of metal. The definition of a relic is something belonging to somebody and from the past. No other hits were pulled. I feel horrible for the kid. I wouldn’t have let him buy it if I knew Topps was considering a piece of metal that has no direct ties to Yu Darvish were to be considered a relic.
    Once again, false advertising and poor customer service.

  56. I just pulled a 1969 Topps Johnny Bench with the buyback stamp and the rookie trophy. It is not in mint condition but still nice. That was one pack, too.

  57. Once again, ryan cracknell, you, just as most all other brain washed “collectors” out there, have missed the point entirely. show me the laws that say these manufacturers have to print the stated odds on any of their product. They print the odds to sucker you into thinking that if you hit one of these amazingly rare cards you have just hit the “jackpot”. On the contrary. ebay has dissolved this notion altogether by seeing cards with a book value of $500 selling for less than $100. If these cards don’t have an implied value then why do the beckett publications even exist? why are they continually listed on ebay for sale? yeah yeah beckett is intended as a value “guide” only. yadda yadda yadda. Ill tell ya why, because these cards actually DO have an implied certain value as is evidenced every time a card sells on ebay. no one, and I mean NO ONE buys this crap to simply just collect it. And don’t give me that same ludicrous comeback that I constantly get. ” actually I do buy this stuff to simply collect them” blah blah blah. you know you don’t and neither does anyone else. its a sham. you want to collect something? how about hundred dollar bills. Why is it that every time I buy this crap and pay outrageous amounts of money for it do I continue to get cards that have absolutely no value? why are the packs so expensive? why does it matter how “high end” some of these products are if they have no implied future value and are filled with no name autos and relics? I have paid and have watched others pay more than $100 per mini box for topps triple threads product just to see a bunch of total garbage cards come out? it happens more than not that someone pays this kind of money and gets no value in return. $100 a pack for $25 worth of product. sounds like gambling to me. All of these card companies should be ashamed of themselves. especially topps and Panini, the two worst card manufacturers on the planet. And don’t give me this “if youre buying cards as an investment then youre in it for the wrong reason” crap because it is an investment when youre spending hundreds of dollars per box for this nonsense. This is no longer a hobby. its an investable business venture that everyone loses on. except of course the card companies themselves. if you want to keep throwing your money away then go ahead knock yourself out. but if youre going to just toss your money out the window then just send it to me. ill put it to good use.

  58. tim white » No, I didn’t miss the point. I may just disagree with you. You commented on a post for 2015 Topps Series 1 about how expensive cards are today. There’s no denying that they can be. But I’d argue 2015 Topps Series 1 isn’t one of them. Packs are around $2-2.50. I was paying that back in 1991 for Upper Deck. My kids and millions of others pay $4-5 a pack for Pokemon and Yugioh. And the best thing you find in there is something that’s shiny.

    Is there an element of gambling in today’s card collecting? There can be. In fact, I walked away from the hobby in 1999 because I felt like I was getting consumed by a gambling mentality, ripping packs for autographs and the chase and not enjoyment. Since I returned to collecting I have opted to focus on what I enjoy and fits in my budget. Does that make me brainwashed? No, I’ve actually given the idea some though over the years.

    I take it as a hobby and don’t worry that much about what something’s “worth.” Is it in my mind? Sure, to a certain extent. But I’ll happily pay $2-3 for a card with a $0.25 “book value” if it means I get to finish off a set I’ve been working on for five years. It’s also why I’m selective about what I spend my money on. Ludicrous, I know. I also haven’t bought a price guide magazine since the 1990s and am very happy with my collection. Chances are since I focus largely on Montreal Expos, John Jaha and building sets, I won’t be able to get a fraction of what I’ve spent. My collection isn’t an investment to me, it’s a hobby. It really truly is.

    Not everybody collects for the same reason. I accepted that a long time ago. You can collect/buy whatever “crap” you want to and I’ll do the same.

  59. tim white » And while this might not be the exact laws, here’s an excerpt from a 1996 New York Daily News article on odds being published on wrappers: http://www.nydailynews.com/archives/news/lawsuit-cards-article-1.746692

    “The wrapping lists the odds of finding a redemption card for a hand-autographed Jordan “Holoview” card valued at about $3,500 1 in 34,560. Since 1992, manufacturers have been obligated to state the odds of obtaining chase cards on packs. The move came after the city’s Consumer Affairs Department issued citations against them. “They were advertising in a manner to lead the public to believe almost every pack would contain one,” said Commissioner Jose Maldonado. “Kids and adults were enticed to spend a lot of money. With the odds, you can make an informed choice.”

  60. Man, you all must have REALLLLLY gotten so tired of the white border years that anything with color was going to look good.
    The base card is one of the ugliest I’ve seen in quite some time. It’s worse than 1990. At least that card didn’t hide the fact (with the ’15 fade out as the card goes up) that it’s borders are gonna be bright and colorful. Also reminds me of 1975 before machines probably had the capability of doing fading heh…
    I guess I’m a little different than most of the people writing though because I really liked the design of ’11 and ’14 (’12 was not good, ’13 wasn’t bad, but ’08-’10 gives me understanding of how bad a white border can be and the complaints above). I agree that you just can’t do that 7 years in a row. Even if I think ’15 is ugly, you do need to mix it up here and there.

    http://www.cardboardconnection.com/baseball/the-60-year-evolution-of-topps-baseballs-card-design

    Oh man…just had a thought…Topps Chrome is gonna be just as U.G.L.Y. Well at least (because it certainly couldn’t take that much work or cost that much money especially when you have a monopoly on the ol’ MLB license) the player photos will be different! HAH!
    (I KINDA get the monopoly the gov’t gives MLB on a pro baseball league, but I still haven’t figured out how its not a monopoly to allow only 1 license provider….thank gawd MLBPA vs. CDM Fantasy wasn’t decided for the former. We’d all be playing fantasy baseball on MLB.com and probably wouldn’t have daily games.

    ANYHOW, apologies for a little rant, just one man’s opinion. I’m sure Topps will do a much better job with the 2015 football design….hmmmm.

    PS – I say bring back the WOOD! Or maybe do a kitchen floor linoleum pattern or TEK it out for 2016 Topps Baseball.
    Ok, those ideas are not funny. Sorry.

    PPS – If I’m being honest, I would love to see some spin of ’83/’84 with the action image and the face (and dear god, please don’t make it look like the ’03 card). Those were two of my favorite cards. Of course, I doubt Topps will go that route given they would have to have two photos of each player. Dear Gawd, could you imagine the cost of that!?!?

  61. Ryan, is there a specific reason you collect John Jaha? Just curious.

  62. Kennedy » I’m a completist at heart so when I decided to player collect back in the late-90s, I wanted someone I could afford to chase. That ruled out a lot of the big players of the day both in price and sheer volume.

  63. Thanks for the reply, Ryan. I collect Jose Altuve currently because he’s just a unique player. I also collect anything NY Mets or Washington Nationals. My old-school favorite is Chet Lemon.

  64. i recently started to collect again and collect steve garvey cards and shocked how many there are…hows barry larkin and andre dawson and craig biggio in the hall and not garvey? like to set build, like the inserts….just 2 many. wish guys were in new uniforms they should have held the presses. will they be in new uniforms in gypsy or heritage, great site, a must to find variation lists thanks

  65. Tim, I have bought cards off and on since 1978. I have never once sold a card. Every card I have gotten I have “collected”. Yes, I do look at the values and hope to get some major hits but that is just the icing on the cake for me.

    Also, why do you think these card companies sell cards and boxes? Is it for the fun of it? No, they are in Business to make money. To make a profit. Get it? They are not a charity case. Do you know how much money they shell out every year to all the guys who sign autographs? You think that’s cheap?

    Think a little harder before making ill informed comments. Some of us do just collect and card companies are there to make money, not to make Tim wealthy and happy.

  66. Think a little harder before making ill informed comments. Some of us do just collect and card companies are there to make money, not to make Tim wealthy and happy.

    WELL SAID DAVE- I chose not to buy this product because of all the sticker autos. Oh wait you mean I had a choice ! Hey Tim, I guess you dont have to buy Topps if you dont want to ! Next time wait, check what the breaks are providing….then buy or not!

  67. I love the borders not being white but the “Snow Camo,” cards could use some work.

  68. For all you Joe Panik lovers here, I just pulled a Career High auto of him. Anyone interested in it (not a fan myself), feel free to hit me up in the forum under username – Fantazzle.com

  69. Just had to comment on your response to Tim White. As I read his initial post and then your response, I got the feeling Tim had just spent his entire paycheck on 2015 Topps, got nothing substantial he could sell, and just went over the top when his utilities were disconnected for non-payment. I am one of those people he said doesn’t exist, as I have every set of Topps Baseball from 1969 to present, in Ultra Pro binders and Ultra Pro Platinum sheets, filling up two walls in my mancave. 2015 Toops is not my all time favorite, but in everything I have collected, it is by far not the worst or ugliest. I too think Topps has overcooked the insert sets…..enough! Also, my closest hobby shop is over 65 miles from me, so most of my stuff comes from retail or ebay.

  70. Hate the border. HATE. Mike Smith I am a collector like you- have every set since 1967 (and most of 66 but the high numbers are ridiculous) and it’s FUN! I had to sell some T206 and Goudeys for a divorce but I love topps the best, it’s a link to my youth, those old sets weren’t. Nice post.

  71. Gordon Murphy, I didn’t start collecting for the third time until about 5 years ago. I like many have the stories of my mom throwing my cards out when I was 10 or 11, then trying to get my son interested in collecting in the late eighties, and then most recently went at it strong after getting cancer and subsequent treatment in the late nineties. I only collect baseball and Nascar (well, so long Press Pass). I have all the Nascar sets that were issued. I decided to start with the 69 Topps set because of the number of hall of famers in it. I’ve upgraded it about 4 times. Lets face it, the production of cards has gotten so good, the quality is just almost always perfect. I am partial to Topps probably because of their longevity. They have put out some questionable cards from time to time, but overall I don’t see how anyone can really complain about them. They are about the most economical cards on the market. The 2015 set is no different. While I also collect Bowman Chrome, I always like to see the Topps set issued because I look at it as the official beginning of the new collecting season.

  72. Am I missing something? I can’t seem to find the AL Strikeout Leaders Card……is that in Series Two?

  73. When I stopped putting $ values on cards is when I began to enjoy the hobby of collecting. Give me a base series set of my Detroit Tigers over some over produced game used relic card of another teams athlete who I could care less about and I am thrilled. Collecting my favorite team without values attached has given me more enjoyment in the hobby then I have ever had before. I began my collecting way back in the 70’s. As my son says ‘back in the day’ lol

  74. Why isn’t anyone from the best outfield in MLB (KC Royals) not featured in the Robbed set? What a joke. Cain, Gordon, Dyson, etc., were daily highlight reels.

  75. The boy and I have been having some fun putting this set together, we really like the look of most of the inserts. I personally don’t love the base card front design but the backs are clean and interesting. Lots of cool stuff to get but all we got out of the jumbo was a Black Border Aroldis Chapman and a Ian Kinsler auto…The rainbow foils should have been left out…hard to distinguish.

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