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2014 Topps MLB Chipz Baseball

2014 Topps MLB Chipz Baseball

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2014 Topps MLB Chipz are back for a second season, offering collectors something different from traditional cards. Aimed at collectors of all ages, you might not want to call them poker chips, but that's essentially what they're like, only featuring baseball players instead of denominations and casino names. In addition to basic Chipz, there are also a handful different chase versions.

The 2014 Topps MLB Chipz base set features 100 players including top veterans and key rookies. It's a fairly straightforward release. Color-Bordered Parallels include Red (1:2 packs), Blue (1:3 packs), Black (1:4 packs), Silver (1:10 packs), Gold (1:36 packs), Glow-in-the-Dark and Magnetic. On average, collectors will find one parallel per pack.

Memorabilia Chipz returns with game-used bat pieces embedded in them. Players with Memorabilia Chipz include Derek Jeter, Albert Pujols, Miguel Cabrera, Joey Votto and Wil Myers.

2014 Topps MLB Chipz also has randomly inserted Instant Winner Chipz. Besides four Chipz, each pack comes with a game board and a team sticker.

Product Configuration: 36 packs per box, 4 Chipz, 1 sticker and 1 game board per pack
Price Point: Low-End Baseball Product
Target Audience: Set Builders, Oddball Product Collectors, Young Collectors

2014 Topps MLB Chipz Box Break

  • 144 Chipz
  • 36 Parallel Chipz
  • 36 Game Boards
  • 36 Team Stickers
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Set Checklist

2014 Topps MLB Chipz Baseball Checklist

Base Set Checklist

100 subjects.
PARALLEL CHIPZ: Red (1:2 packs), Blue (1:3 packs), Black (1:4 packs), Silver (1:10 packs), Gold (1:36 packs).
FOIL PARALLELS: Red, Blue, Black, Silver, Gold.
MAGNET PARALLELS: Red, Blue, Black, Silver, Gold.

Adam Jones - Baltimore Orioles
Adam Wainwright - St. Louis Cardinals
Adrian Beltre - Texas Rangers
Adrian Gonzalez - Los Angeles Dodgers
Albert Pujols - Anaheim Angels
Alex Gordon - Kansas City Royals
Allen Craig - St. Louis Cardinals
Andrew McCutchen - Pittsburgh Pirates
Anthony Rizzo - Chicago Cubs
Aroldis Chapman - Cincinnati Reds
Bartolo Colon - Oakland Athletics
Brandon Phillips - Cincinnati Reds
Bryce Harper - Washington Nationals
Buster Posey - San Francisco Giants
Carlos Gomez - Milwaukee Brewers
Carlos Gonzalez - Colorado Rockies
CC Sabathia - New York Yankees
Chase Utley - Philadelphia Phillies
Chris Davis - Baltimore Orioles
Chris Sale - Chicago White Sox
Clay Buchholz - Boston Red Sox
Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
Cliff Lee - Philadelphia Phillies
Cole Hamels - Philadelphia Phillies
Craig Kimbrel - Atlanta Braves
David Freese - St. Louis Cardinals
David Ortiz - Boston Red Sox
David Price - Tampa Bay Rays
David Wright - New York Mets
Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
Domonic Brown - Philadelphia Phillies
Dustin Pedroia - Boston Red Sox
Edwin Encarnacion - Toronto Blue Jays
Eric Hosmer - Kansas City Royals
Evan Gattis - Atlanta Braves
Evan Longoria - Tampa Bay Rays
Felix Hernandez - Seattle Mariners
Gerrit Cole - Pittsburgh Pirates
Giancarlo Stanton - Miami Marlins
Hanley Ramirez - Los Angeles Dodgers
Hisashi Iwakuma - Seattle Mariners
Hyun-Jin Ryu - Los Angeles Dodgers
Ian Kinsler - Texas Rangers
J.J. Hardy - Baltimore Orioles
Jacoby Ellsbury - Boston Red Sox
Jake Peavy - Boston Red Sox
Jason Castro - Houston Astros
Jason Grilli - Pittsburgh Pirates
Jason Kipnis - Cleveland Indians
Jean Segura - Milwaukee Brewers
Joe Mauer - Minnesota Twins
Joey Votto - Cincinnati Reds
Jordan Zimmermann - Washington Nationals
Jose Altuve - Houston Astros
Jose Bautista - Toronto Blue Jays
Jose Fernandez - Miami Marlins
Jose Reyes - Toronto Blue Jays
Josh Hamilton - Anaheim Angels
Jurickson Profar - Texas Rangers
Justin Masterson - Cleveland Indians
Justin Upton - Atlanta Braves
Justin Verlander - Detroit Tigers
Madison Bumgarner - San Francisco Giants
Manny Machado - Baltimore Orioles
Marco Scutaro - San Francisco Giants
Mat Latos - Cincinnati Reds
Matt Cain - San Francisco Giants
Matt Carpenter - St. Louis Cardinals
Matt Harvey - New York Mets
Matt Kemp - Los Angeles Dodgers
Matt Moore - Tampa Bay Rays
Max Scherzer - Detroit Tigers
Michael Wacha - St. Louis Cardinals
Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
Nick Swisher - Cleveland Indians
Pablo Sandoval - San Francisco Giants
Patrick Corbin - Arizona Diamondbacks
Paul Goldschmidt - Arizona Diamondbacks
Pedro Alvarez - Pittsburgh Pirates
Prince Fielder - Detroit Tigers
Robinson Cano - New York Yankees
Roy Halladay - Philadelphia Phillies
Ryan Braun - Milwaukee Brewers
Ryan Howard - Philadelphia Phillies
Salvador Perez - Kansas City Royals
Shelby Miller - St. Louis Cardinals
Stephen Strasburg - Washington Nationals
Torii Hunter - Detroit Tigers
Travis d'Arnaud - New York Mets
Troy Tulowitzki - Colorado Rockies
Wil Myers - Tampa Bay Rays
Xander Bogaerts - Boston Red Sox
Yadier Molina - St. Louis Cardinals
Yasiel Puig - Los Angeles Dodgers
Yoenis Cespedes - Oakland Athletics
Yonder Alonso - San Diego Padres
Yu Darvish - Texas Rangers
Zack Greinke - Los Angeles Dodgers
Zack Wheeler - New York Mets


Mascots Set Checklist

25 subjects. 1:4 packs.
PARALLEL CHIPZ: Red, Blue, Black, Silver, Gold.

Ace - Toronto Blue Jays
Baxter the Bobcat - Arizona Diamondbacks
Bernie Brewer - Milwaukee Brewers
Billy the Marlin - Miami Marlins
Dinger - Colorado Rockies
Fredbird - St. Louis Cardinals
Gapper - Cincinnati Reds
Homer the Brave - Atlanta Braves
Mariner Moose - Seattle Mariners
Mr. Met - New York Mets
Orbit - Houston Astros
Oriole Bird - Baltimore Orioles
Paws - Detroit Tigers
Phillie Phanatic - Philadelphia Phillies
Pirate Parrot - Pittsburgh Pirates
Rangers Captain - Texas Rangers
Raymond - Tampa Bay Rays
Screech - Washington Nationals
Slider - Cleveland Indians
Sluggerrr - Kansas City Royals
Southpaw - Chicago White Sox
Stomper - Oakland Athletics
Swinging Friar - San Diego Padres
TC Bear - Minnesota Twins
Wally the Green Monster - Boston Red Sox


Relic Set Checklist

10 subjects. 1:845 packs.

Adam Jones - Baltimore Orioles
Albert Pujols - Los Angeles Angels
David Wright - New York Mets
Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
Evan Longoria - Tampa Bay Rays
Joey Votto - Cincinnati Reds
Josh Hamilton - Los Angeles Angels
Matt Kemp - Los Angeles Dodgers
Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
Wil Myers - Tampa Bay Rays


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

james napier
james napier

I think that they are awesome I love the chips and sound cool on a plane together their lot different than cards for a hundred of them and I think the glow in the dark ones are in this key as are the magnetic ones.

the guy that went off about somebody mishandling cards and how cards don’t get them easy so easy we get it handle cards good and the other guy doesn’t ..point taken dork.

Mike M
Mike M

Last reply, Nick Boyer, says: “They hold up much better than standards cards which OFTEN time are already damaged before you even open the pack.”

Uuummm….well, I can;t see how that can possibly be true. Sure, there are inevitably ggoing to be a few packs here and there that are already damaged before you open them. But not “OFTEN times!”

Considering that he thinks that the chips “hold up much better than standard cards,” I am guessing he may not exactly be the best handler of unopened packs of cards.

Sure, chips are going to “hold up much better than cards.” But it isn’t exactly like cards are particularly vulnerable or anything. Especially newer cards. Just gotta handle them correctly.

Nick Boyer
Nick Boyer

I love this product. Lots of variety and they hold up much better than standard cards which often times are already damaged before you even open the pack. I pulled a relic chip the other day but it is of Troy Tulowitzki. He isn’t listed in the checklist or even in the price guides checklist. Does anyone have any info on this disc as I have no idea what I really have?

Brian Miller
Brian Miller

A Great Collectible but you missed some players in checklist. I have a Jacoby Ellsbury chip and Michael Wacha maybe others.

Brian Miller
Brian Miller

Great product but too many Variations/colors to try and collect all plus I have around 175 Chipz and have not gotten any relics or instant winner chipz in any packs. I have many magnets, mascots, colored chipz, glow in dark and gold parallel but no relics. Cool set though! I’m an avid collector of Baseball cards over 100,000; so appreciate something different.


5 product great, however, I got a rare redemption chip last year odds were low at getting it. After 7 months of waiting after it was redeemed I received an autographed baseball of nick Johnson from 2002. What an incredible disappointment. I was hoping for a prize a a bit more worthy of the rare chip than a retired player from a rookie ball set from over ten years ago. They could have at least had an autographed ball from someone on the chips from 2013.


this is a very neat product. It can be for any type of collector set builder or team Pc collectors. There is a lot of stars and semi stars in this set like cano, tulu, and jeter. I am a set builder so this set is a nice product for a change.

Zach R.
Zach R.

They’re really cheap and fun to collect. Also when you get enough you can actually play poker with them. Pretty fun.


These are great there interesting and there more interesting with the special features like glow in the dark, gold, magnetic, the different colored rims it is much better then the cards

jim m. mitchell
jim m. mitchell

i am a avid sports card collector, have cards of all the major sports, Baseball, Baskeball, Football, Golf, Hockey and Nascar. i probably over 500 thousand cards, in and out of packages, boxes and in albums. i seen a package of four just lying on the sports card shelf at wal-mart this afternoon and bought 3 packages. a couple of duplicates but i hope to buy more in the future and maybe no more duplicates.

Andy B.
Andy B.

What a cool Idea. I love the solid, quality feel of these chipz. There are some that are not on your list though. I got a black chip with the Indians Mascot ‘Slider’ on it. Wasn’t expecting that. Are there more like this? The mystery makes it more fun to collect.

I just pulled one of the instant winner chips out of a pack, went to redeem it and got an error on the website. I called Topps, and I was told that the redemption codes have not been entered into their system yet. I was also told that the redemption codes get you a signed baseball!

Between that, and the addition of relics and autos (and how much my year-and-a-half old son loves playing with them) I think these are great.

Trevor Parks
Trevor Parks

My 5 year old first started collecting them last year and loved them. Now with all the new collector Chipz he has been so excited to continue his collection. For him they are great behavior motivation treat and makes it even more exciting for him when he gets his favorite players and gets to learn some new faces.

Jerri Iehl
Jerri Iehl

I think it is a cool and unique product, totally different than the traditional baseball cards. So far I have bought 16 packages and haven’t had a duplicate yet, which is nice. I have had the same player, but it has been in different colors of chips. This is different than when you buy baseball cards. Usually you end up with quite a few duplicates. I am an avid collector of baseball cards (I have over 100,000 cards and counting) and have a lot of unusual collections. For me, this is something refreshing.

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