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2013 Topps Finest Baseball Cards

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2013 Topps Finest Baseball marks the 20th anniversary of the brand's debut. 1993 Topps Finest was a landmark release, one of the most influential ever on the modern hobby. It should come as no surprise then, that the card maker is revisiting the classic set. That's not to say that the 2013 installment is a completely retro release because it's not. 2013 Topps Finest Baseball has several new designs to go along with the familiar Refractors and rookie-focused autographs.

Every 2013 Topps Finest Baseball hobby box comes packaged with a pair of six-pack mini boxes. Each master box promises an on-card Autographed Refractor Rookie and an Autographed Jumbo Relic Rookie.

Autographed Refractor Rookie cards use a similar design to the base set. A player photo is placed against a dotted background that's accented by team colors. It's both modern and minimal, letting the chromium card stock take much of the attention. As always, there are several parallels to keep player collectors busy: X-Fractor (#/149), Green Refractor (#/125), Orange Refractor (#/99), Gold Refractor (#/50), Red Refractor (#/25), Atomic Refractor (#/5), Printing Plates and SuperFractors (1/1).

Autographed Jumbo Relic Rookie have a horizontal design that has a large memorabilia swatch placed above a sticker signature. Refractors have the same color scheme and numbering as Autographed Rookie Refractors. Parallels numbered to 25 or less all use patches.

The 100-card 2013 Topps Finest Baseball base set features both veteran players and rookies, not retired stars. There are eight different Refractor types to go after. Basic Refractors and X-Fractors are not serial numbered, but all others are. Numbering ranges from 199 for Green Refractors down to one-of-one SuperFractors. Printing Plates are also available for base cards.

1993 Topps Finest is an insert set that uses current players on the landmark design. Refractors are numbered to 25. 1993 Topps All-Star Finest recreates the design that was used in both a popular subset and on jumbo box toppers. Refractors are numbered to 10 while Autographed Refractors come numbered to 5.

1993 Topps Finest is revisited in a trio of high-end bonus inserts as well. Random hot boxes are filled with 2013 Topps Finest Baseball 1993 Finest Refractor inserts. Autographed Buybacks, numbered to 5, are autographed Refractors from the original set. Some boxes also have Jumbo Autographed 1993 All-Stars (#/5).

1993 isn't the only year celebrated in 2013 Topps Finest Baseball. Finest Master Refractors (#/50) are inspired by a base set subset from 1997. Autographs are numbered to 15 or less and Superfractors are one-of-ones. Finest Prodigies Die-Cut Refractors get their name from a 1996 subset. Focusing on young players, Autographs are limited to 10 numbered copies or less. Each card also has one SuperFractor.

2013 Topps Finest Baseball has a handful of Triple Autographs, all of which are numbered to five.

The Rookie Redemption Program returns. Redemption card holders get an autographed card numbered to 100 that will be announced during the 2013 season. This enables Topps to use the latest call-ups and adds a little speculation to the process.

Product Configuration: 12 packs per box, 5 cards per pack
Price Point: Mid-End Baseball Card
Target Audience: Refractor Fans, Set Builders, Rookie Card Collectors, Autograph Collectors, Fans of 1993 Topps Finest Baseball

2013 Topps Finest Baseball Box Break

  • 1 Autographed Refractor Rookie
  • 1 Autographed Jumbo Relic Rookie
  • 60 Total Cards
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Set Checklist

2013 Topps Finest Baseball Set Checklist

Base Set Checklist

Featuring 100 cards. Shop for base sets on eBay.
PARALLEL CARDS: Refractor, X-fractor, Green Refractor #/199, Orange Refractor #/99, Gold Refractor #/50, Red Refractor #/25, Atomic Refractor #/5, SuperFractor 1/1, Printing Plates 1/1

1 Mike Trout
2 Derek Jeter
3 Michael Wacha RC
4 Ryan Howard
5 Adrian Beltre
6 CC Sabathia
7 Avisail Garcia RC
8 Prince Fielder
9 David Price
10 Clayton Kershaw
11 Roy Halladay
12 Carlos Gonzalez
13 Andrew McCutchen
14 Dustin Pedroia
15 Allen Webster RC
16 Dylan Bundy RC
17 David Freese
18 Johnny Cueto
19 Yadier Molina
20 Stephen Strasburg
21 Kevin Gausman RC
22 Pablo Sandoval
23 Adrian Gonzalez
24 Jake Odorizzi RC
25 Matt Kemp
26 Paul Goldschmidt
27 Tony Cingrani RC
28 Cliff Lee
29 Will Middlebrooks
30 Buster Posey
31 Aroldis Chapman
32 Mike Zunino RC
33 Wil Myers RC
34 Jason Heyward
35 Troy Tulowitzki
36 Billy Butler
37 Nolan Arenado RC
38 Adeiny Hechavarria RC
39 Jackie Bradley Jr. RC
40 Felix Hernandez
41 Bruce Rondon RC
42 Mariano Rivera
43 Joey Votto
44 Kyuji Fujikawa RC
45 Didi Gregorius RC
46 Edwin Encarnacion
47 Hyun-Jin Ryu RC
48 Cole Hamels
49 Austin Jackson
50 Justin Verlander
51 Tyler Skaggs RC
52 Evan Longoria
53 Chris Sale
54 Evan Gattis RC
55 David Wright
56 Rob Brantly RC
57 Kyle Gibson RC
58 Marcell Ozuna RC
59 Jose Fernandez RC
60 Yu Darvish
61 Albert Pujols
62 Jurickson Profar RC
63 Jered Weaver
64 Anthony Rendon RC
65 Robinson Cano
66 Jose Bautista
67 Joe Mauer
68 Jose Reyes
69 Shelby Miller RC
70 Miguel Cabrera
71 Zack Wheeler RC
72 Anthony Rizzo
73 Yoenis Cespedes
74 R.A. Dickey
75 Justin Upton
76 Matt Harvey
77 Carlos Beltran
78 Jacoby Ellsbury
79 Mike Olt RC
80 Manny Machado RC
81 Giancarlo Stanton
82 Oswaldo Arcia RC
83 Freddie Freeman
84 Tim Lincecum
85 Adam Wainwright
86 Adam Jones
87 Josh Hamilton
88 Matt Cain
89 Carlos Martinez RC
90 Ryan Braun
91 Yasiel Puig RC
92 Mark Trumbo
93 Nick Franklin RC
94 Adam Eaton RC
95 Trevor Rosenthal RC
96 Jedd Gyorko RC
97 Jeurys Familia RC
98 Starlin Castro
99 Gerrit Cole RC
100 Bryce Harper
2013 Topps Finest Baseball Cards 1

1993 Topps Finest Insert Set Checklist

Featuring 68 cards
PARALLEL CARDS: Refractor #/25

93F-AC Aroldis Chapman
93F-AG Adrian Gonzalez
93F-AJ Austin Jackson
93F-AP Andy Pettitte
93F-AR Alex Rodriguez
93F-ARI Anthony Rizzo
93F-AS Andrelton Simmons
93F-AW Adam Wainwright
93F-BB Billy Butler
93F-BL Brett Lawrie
93F-BP Brandon Phillips
93F-CB Carlos Beltran
93F-CD Chris Davis
93F-CG Curtis Granderson
93F-CH Cole Hamels
93F-CK Clayton Kershaw
93F-CL Cliff Lee
93F-CR Carlos Ruiz
93F-CS Carlos Santana
93F-CU Chase Utley
93F-DB Dylan Bundy
93F-DO David Ortiz
93F-DP David Price
93F-DPE Dustin Pedroia
93F-EE Edwin Encarnacion
93F-EH Eric Hosmer
93F-FF Freddie Freeman
93F-GG Gio Gonzalez
93F-HJR Hyun-Jin Ryu
93F-HR Hanley Ramirez
93F-IK Ian Kinsler
93F-JB Jackie Bradley Jr.
93F-JC Johnny Cueto
93F-JE Jacoby Ellsbury
93F-JF Jose Fernandez
93F-JH Jason Heyward
93F-JP Jurickson Profar
93F-JR Josh Reddick
93F-JRO Jimmy Rollins
93F-JS James Shields
93F-JSM Jeff Samardzija
93F-JU Justin Upton
93F-JV Joey Votto
93F-JZ Jordan Zimmermann
93F-KM Kris Medlen
93F-MB Madison Bumgarner
93F-MH Matt Holliday
93F-MHA Matt Harvey
93F-MK Matt Kemp
93F-MM Manny Machado
93F-MMO Matt Moore
93F-MN Mike Napoli
93F-MR Mariano Rivera
93F-MT Mike Trout
93F-MTE Mark Teixeira
93F-MTR Mark Trumbo
93F-RH Ryan Howard
93F-RHA Roy Halladay
93F-RZ Ryan Zimmerman
93F-SC Starlin Castro
93F-SP Salvador Perez
93F-TH Torii Hunter
93F-TL Tim Lincecum
93F-WM Will Middlebrooks
93F-YC Yoenis Cespedes
93F-YM Yadier Molina
93F-YP Yasiel Puig
93F-ZG Zack Greinke
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1993 Topps All-Star Finest Insert Set Checklist

Featuring 32 cards
PARALLEL CARDS: Refractor #/10

93AS-AB Adrian Beltre
93AS-AJ Adam Jones
93AS-AM Andrew McCutchen
93AS-AP Albert Pujols
93AS-BH Bryce Harper
93AS-BP Buster Posey
93AS-CC CC Sabathia
93AS-CG Carlos Gonzalez
93AS-CK Craig Kimbrel
93AS-CS Chris Sale
93AS-DF David Freese
93AS-DJ Derek Jeter
93AS-DW David Wright
93AS-EL Evan Longoria
93AS-FH Felix Hernandez
93AS-GS Giancarlo Stanton
93AS-JB Jose Bautista
93AS-JH Josh Hamilton
93AS-JM Joe Mauer
93AS-JR Jose Reyes
93AS-JV Justin Verlander
93AS-JW Jered Weaver
93AS-MC Matt Cain
93AS-MCA Miguel Cabrera
93AS-PF Prince Fielder
93AS-PS Pablo Sandoval
93AS-RB Ryan Braun
93AS-RC Robinson Cano
93AS-RD R.A. Dickey
93AS-SS Stephen Strasburg
93AS-TT Troy Tulowitzki
93AS-YD Yu Darvish
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All-Star Finest Autographs Set Checklist

Featuring 10 cards
Serial Numbered #/5

93A-BH Bryce Harper
93A-BP Buster Posey
93A-CG Carlos Gonzalez
93A-EL Evan Longoria
93A-FH Felix Hernandez
93A-JH Josh Hamilton
93A-JW Jered Weaver
93A-MC Matt Cain
93A-MCA Miguel Cabrera
93A-YD Yu Darvish

Autographed Rookies Set Checklist

1 per master box
PARALLEL CARDS: X-fractor #/149, Green Refractor #/125, Orange Refractor #/99, Gold Refractor #/50, Red Refractor #/25, Atomic Refractor #/5, SuperFractor 1/1, Printing Plates 1/1

RA-AE Adam Eaton
RA-AG Avisail Garcia
RA-AH Adeiny Hechavarria
RA-AM Alfredo Marte
RA-BM Brandon Maurer
RA-CM Carlos Martinez
RA-DB Dylan Bundy
RA-DG Didi Gregorius
RA-DR Darin Ruf
RA-EG Evan Gattis
RA-JF Jeurys Familia
RA-JFZ Jose Fernandez
RA-JG Jedd Gyorko
RA-JO Jake Odorizzi
RA-JP Jurickson Profar
RA-KG Kyle Gibson
RA-LH L.J. Hoes
RA-MM Manny Machado
RA-MO Mike Olt
RA-MZ Mike Zunino
RA-SM Shelby Miller
RA-TCI Tony Cingrani
RA-TS Tyler Skaggs
RA-WM Wil Myers
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Autographed Jumbo Relic Rookies Set Checklist

Featuring 42 cards
1 per master box
PARALLEL CARDS: X-fractor #/149, Green Refractor #/125, Orange Refractor #/99, Gold Refractor #/50, Red Refractor Patch #/25, Atomic Refractor Patch #/5, SuperFractor Patch 1/1, Printing Plates Patch 1/1

AJR-AE Adam Eaton
AJR-AG Avisail Garcia
AJR-AG2 Avisail Garcia
AJR-AHI Aaron Hicks
AJR-AR Anthony Rendon
AJR-AR2 Anthony Rendon
AJR-AW Allen Webster
AJR-BM Brandon Maurer
AJR-BR Bruce Rondon
AJR-CK Casey Kelly
AJR-CM Carlos Martinez
AJR-CY Christian Yelich
AJR-DB Dylan Bundy
AJR-DG Didi Gregorius
AJR-DG2 Didi Gregorius
AJR-DR Darin Ruf
AJR-EG Evan Gattis
AJR-GC Gerrit Cole
AJR-HJR Hyun-Jin Ryu
AJR-JB Jackie Bradley Jr.
AJR-JC Jarred Cosart
AJR-JFE Jose Fernandez
AJR-JG Jedd Gyorko
AJR-JO Jake Odorizzi
AJR-JP Jurickson Profar
AJR-KF Kyuji Fujikawa
AJR-MM Manny Machado
AJR-MO Mike Olt
AJR-MO2 Mike Olt
AJR-MZ Mike Zunino
AJR-NA Nolan Arenado
AJR-OA Oswaldo Arcia
AJR-PR Paco Rodriguez
AJR-RB Rob Brantly
AJR-SM Shelby Miller
AJR-TC Tony Cingrani
AJR-TCL Tyler Cloyd
AJR-TR Trevor Rosenthal
AJR-TS Tyler Skaggs
AJR-WM Wil Myers
AJR-YP Yasiel Puig
AJR-ZW Zack Wheeler
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Dual Autographs Set Checklist

Featuring 10 cards
Serial Numbered

DA-BM Dylan Bundy
DA-BM Manny Machado
DA-CL Miguel Cabrera
DA-CL Evan Longoria
DA-CP Miguel Cabrera
DA-CP Buster Posey
DA-CPU Yoenis Cespedes
DA-CPU Yasiel Puig
DA-EG Adam Eaton
DA-EG Didi Gregorius
DA-MR Shelby Miller
DA-MR Trevor Rosenthal
DA-PM Jurickson Profar
DA-PM Manny Machado
DA-PO Jurickson Profar
DA-PO Mike Olt
DA-RD Hyun-Jin Ryu
DA-RD Yu Darvish
DA-TC Mike Trout
DA-TC Miguel Cabrera
2013 Topps Finest Baseball Cards 6

Triple Autographs Set Checklist

Featuring 5 cards
Serial Numbered #/5

TA-DWH Yu Darvish
TA-DWH Jered Weaver
TA-DWH Felix Hernandez
TA-GBJ Carlos Gonzalez
TA-GBJ Jose Bautista
TA-GBJ Adam Jones
TA-JBM Adam Jones
TA-JBM Dylan Bundy
TA-JBM Manny Machado
TA-THW Mike Trout
TA-THW Josh Hamilton
TA-THW Jered Weaver
TA-UUH Justin Upton
TA-UUH B.J. Upton
TA-UUH Jason Heyward

Masters Refractor Set Checklist

Featuring 20 cards
Serial Numbered #/50
PARALLEL CARDS: Superfractor 1/1

M-AP Albert Pujols
M-BH Bryce Harper
M-BP Buster Posey
M-CG Carlos Gonzalez
M-CK Clayton Kershaw
M-DJ Derek Jeter
M-DP David Price
M-EL Evan Longoria
M-FH Felix Hernandez
M-GS Giancarlo Stanton
M-JH Josh Hamilton
M-JV Justin Verlander
M-JW Jered Weaver
M-MC Miguel Cabrera
M-MR Mariano Rivera
M-MT Mike Trout
M-RB Ryan Braun
M-RC Robinson Cano
M-SS Stephen Strasburg
M-YD Yu Darvish
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Masters Autographs Set Checklist

Featuring 5 cards
Serial Numbered #/15 or less

MA-BP Buster Posey
MA-EL Evan Longoria
MA-MC Miguel Cabrera
MA-MT Mike Trout
MA-YD Yu Darvish
2013 Topps Finest Baseball Cards 8

Prodigies Die-Cut Refractor Set Checklist

Featuring 10 cards
PARALLEL CARDS: Superfractor 1/1

P-BH Bryce Harper
P-GS Giancarlo Stanton
P-JP Jurickson Profar
P-MH Matt Harvey
P-MM Manny Machado
P-MT Mike Trout
P-SS Stephen Strasburg
P-YC Yoenis Cespedes
P-YD Yu Darvish
P-YP Yasiel Puig
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Prodigies Autographs Set Checklist

Featuring 5 cards
Serial Numbered #/10 or less

P-BH Bryce Harper
P-MM Manny Machado
P-MT Mike Trout
P-YD Yu Darvish
P-YP Yasiel Puig

Rookie Redemption Program Set Checklist

Featuring a redemption good for a Rookie Autograph #/100

Jumbo Autographed 1993 All-Star Box Topper Set Checklist

Featuring 10 cards
Serial Numbered #/5

93BT-BO Buster Posey
93BT-DB Dylan Bundy
93BT-JH Josh Hamilton
93BT-JP Jurickson Profar
93BT-MC Miguel Cabrera
93BT-MM Manny Machado
93BT-MO Mike Olt
93BT-MT Mike Trout
93BT-RHJ Hyun-Jin Ryu
93BT-WM Wil Myers

Autographed Buybacks Set Checklist

Serial Numbered #/5

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Product Review

2013 Topps Finest Baseball Product Review

Reviewed by Jeff Woodward

Good: One parallel or hit per pack. High-gloss card finish. Cool throwback insert designs. Nice mix of rookies and veterans.

Bad: Only two hits per box. Boring base card and autograph background design. Redemptions.

The Bottom Line: Topps has been bringing out a nice product with Finest each year. This year they incorporated some cool throwback designs from 1993 to celebrate the 20 year anniversary of the product. The cards all are on a nice stock high-gloss finish with a pretty basic base and autograph design. The 1993 throwbacks bring a small amount of flair to these cards. The bland background of the base and other colored parallels certainly leave something to be desired.

There is some high potential with the triple autographs, and the possibility of pulling some of the top-name prospects. With that, the majority of the boxes I have seen have been not been great. Given the price, I would expect more bang. It also seems that more redemptions are in products this year.

Staff Rating:
2.5 / 5.0

Card Design: 2.5/5.0

This is one of the weakest designs for the brand in several years. With a bleak background of varied ovals, and a lot of pictures of players hitting, I think it is a pretty weak. I'm not sure exactly what the designers were going for.

The Refractors and X-fractors are similar to most other products. They are the same cards as the base, but differing only in the final finish on the card. If the parallelss were not numbered, it would be hard to tell the difference between those and the base.

With this said, they certainly differentiated the autographs by coloring in the background with a strong color to represent the version of the signature. The multi-autograph and relic autograph cards are also a completely different design, which is refreshing to see.

The throwback designs of many of the other inserts are cool cards to look at, but this kind of sticks with the norm in a lot of the Topps products the past few years. The Finest Prodigies inserts are really nice. Die-cut on the top and rounded on the bottom corners, there are some very good young players represented on these cards.

Checklist: 2.5/5

The checklist for 2013 Topps Finest Baseball gives the collector a base set consisting of 100 cards. The players range from the hottest young guys (Puig and Wacha) to some of the more established veteran players (Pujols and Rivera).

When it comes to chase cards, the number of different types of cards is not extensive. There are colored parallels of each type of card, but not as extensive a checklist as I would like to see from a product costing this much and and just two hits per box.

Value: 2.5/5.0

With only two hits in each box, this product just does not hold the value that should be found in this type of mid-end box. The potential for a really big hit is almost non-existent. The lack of a large variation of inserts in this product does not help the overall value of breaks. There is a mix of veterans and young stars, but there is not a lot of value in a low-end parallels these days. So, if you are busting this to get the big hit, you will likely be disappointed. If you are busting this to try and resell, you will likely be disappointed.

The Fun Factor: 2.5/5.0

I always look forward to opening Finest. I have been a fan of this product for the past couple of years, but this year was disappointing. With not a lot of parallels, and only two hits per box, there is not a lot to look forward to. The Refractors are not nearly as exciting as the throwback inserts. With some big names, there is always a feeling in the background that something big is going to come out, but not nearly enough to make up for the limited checklist and a weak design. It started out fun, but it turned into a pretty large disappointment by the time the packs were gone.

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Ryan is a former member of The Cardboard Connection Writing Staff.   His 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.

User Reviews

Mike Olt
Mike Olt

Love the design and a pretty solid checklist. Opened three boxes, the first box yielded a Shelby Miller auto relic /149 plus a Carlos Martinez on card auto /149. Second box. Evan Gattis xfractor auto /149 and Oswaldo Arcia auto relic. Thrid box, Jacky Bradley Jr orange auto relic /100 and a Dylan Bundy auto. Parallels were David Price, Mark Trumbo,and Austin Jackson greens /199. So it was basically one nice hit and one ok/bad hit a box



Once again one of the better Topp’s products to come out, busted 4 boxes so far, and everyone was well worth it!!

Brent W.
Brent W.

I like this product but I also was fascinated by the ’93 release. Bought 2 boxes…Highlights are Trevor Rosenthal Patch/auto…Jarred Cosart green patch/auto #26/125…Gold Carlos Martinez Auto#14/50…Derek Jeter All Star Refractor #05/10. Really good pulls for 2 boxes. Jeter pull made this a great break!


Guess it’s all relative… It may not be immaculate, but has a good look overall. Of course getting a Buyback auto and a Machado Atomic Refractor in a case may have skewed my positive feelings. I can understand someone being upset if they got variations of Mike Olt only.


Great looking cards. But unless you pull a superfractor or a puig you’re losing money. Only product that holds value is bowman chrome. Expect to lose 80% of your money and to regain 20%. eBay kills the value of the hobby. Brb about to buy a shelby miller gold auto and evan gattis gold auto for less than the actual box cost!


Ugly cards, and nothing exciting about the set at all. Granted I only opened one box, but it sure left me feeling like I was fleeced.

Jamey F.
Jamey F.

This product seems to be polarizing; It’s either loved or reviled. I, personally, do not care for the product.
It feels as if the product was kind of thrown together. Furthermore, the checklist is thin and patch cards are few and far between.
Overall, the product is over-priced in my opinion and Topps just can’t keep up with Panini.

Justin Dacanes2004 Cabaniss
Justin Dacanes2004 Cabaniss

I have purchased 2 boxes so far, I like the product, however, I like the look of the 2012 product design better but it still is a decent product. I will probably get another box or two to hold me over till the triple threads and bowman draft picks boxes are released. I did pull an auto redemption rookie #1 card out of my second box so can’t complain, should hopefully get some decent $ for that on eBay.

dacanes2004 aka Justin


at the risk of being a really unpopular guy in this forum, I have to say the ’13 Finest are the worst product I have seen from Topps in years. Everyone knows prices are silly as is, but a product like this is really pushing it. The cards remind me of those horrific “Metallic Universe” (or whatever) releases back during the latter part of the “years of shame.” Sorry, throwback or whatever, this is really a cheap looking production with an unrealistic high price for what you get. This year’s Chrome were bad enough (sorry, but they waste so much space on shiny that the actual image is almost secondary, imho), but Finest has now lowered the bar for an entire generation of future Topps releases…Finest in Declinest…


I think this is a great product. Topps destroyed the value of it though by releasing so many products so close together. The inserts are perfect and hard to get which should add value in the long run. I personally like this years Finest.


also when i click the reply button it doesn’t really work.. what am i doing wrong?


i hope im wrong. even though i like finest, im afraid its going to follow suit with a lot of topps product this year. on the plus side this is the first card that will feature the WAR stat on the back plus the checklist is short and to the point. i got a half a case.. hoping for the best.


80% redemptions?

Ryan Cracknell
Ryan Cracknell

emeekins What makes you say that? How about we wait and see once it’s actually out. Like every product, I’m sure there’ll be some.

Joe, do you not realize this is a throwback version this year, from one of the most iconic sets in baseball card collecting? Have you seen the images Topps posted on Twiiter? They look VERY sharp, this is going to be a sleeper product. Price point is good right now, but once these cards hit the secondary market, this product will take off.


i want to like it… but i’m on board with Joe


Another boring edition of finest. These cards are no longer imaginative in design. If you want overpriced packs, boxes or cases, this product is for you.

Is there any information about the checklist? I can’t wait for this product, this will be my first multi-case ripped!…..I feel like they will be adding more than what is listed on the sell sheet.


Always liked the Finest products. This year I love the throw backs!

Matty B.
Matty B.

Can’t wait for this product. Love the retro stuff. The Masters Refractors are suh-sweet!

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