2014 Topps Pro Debut Baseball Variations Guide

2014 Topps Pro Debut Baseball Variations Guide

2014 Topps Pro Debut Baseball Variations offer an alternate spin on base cards of several top players in the set. Tough to find, they give player collectors a challenging parallel alternative. Although variations in some sets follow a theme, these do not, which could make them a little tougher to spot.

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The 2014 Topps Pro Debut Variations checklist has 15 players. Among them are Carlos Correa, Byron Buxton and Clint Frazier.

The cards are inserted 1:249 packs, making them somewhat rare. However, given the product's somewhat niche appeal, prices shouldn't get too high.

Check out all the variations below. They're pictured alongside their base versions so you know exactly what to look for.

2014 Topps Pro Debut Baseball Variations Visual Guide

Click on the links to shop for specific variations on eBay.

1 Byron Buxton, Fort Myers Miracle

Base: batting
Variation: with glove

Base

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Variation

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13 Clint Frazier, AZL Indians

Base: batting
Variation: running

Base

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Variation

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28 Max Fried, Fort Wayne TinCaps

Base: ball showing
Variation: hand in glove

Base

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Variation

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34 Kohl Stewart, GCL Twins

Base: throwing ball
Variation: hand in glove

Base

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Variation

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41 Tyler Glasnow, West Virginia Power

Base: cleat showing
Variation: grass in background

Base

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Variation

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61 Albert Almora, Kane County Cougars

Base: black batting gloves
Variation: gray batting gloves

Base

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Variation

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100 Carlos Correa, Quad Cities River Bandits

Base: no number on jersey front
Variation: "1" visible on jersey

Base

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Variation

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128 Colin Moran, Greensboro Grasshoppers

Base: batting
Variation: fielding

Base

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Variation

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133 J.P. Crawford, GCL Phillies

Base: throwing
Variation: running

Base

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Variation

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140 Eddie Rosario, New Britain Rock Cats

Base: no bat
Variation: with bat

Base

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Variation

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144 Robert Stephenson, Dayton Dragons

Base: ball showing
Variation: hand in glove

Base

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Variation

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167 Jonathan Gray, Grand Junction Rockies

Base: pitching
Variation: holding cleats

Base

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Variation

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192 Gary Sanchez, Trenton Thunder

Base: batting
Variation: running

Base

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Variation

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194 Aaron Sanchez, Dunedin Blue Jays

Base: pitching
Variation: at dugout

Base

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Variation

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195 Henry Owens, Portland Sea Dogs

Base: holding ball
Variation: no ball

Base

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Variation

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Author

Ryan Cracknell

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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.

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