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2015 Topps Chrome Baseball Cards

2015 Topps Chrome Baseball Cards

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2015 Topps Chrome Baseball is, in essence, what it was when it began back in 1996 -- a shiny, condensed version of the year's flagship set. As with recent years, Refractors and autographs of rookies are the primary chase, although there are some new inserts as well. Hobby boxes promise a pair of autographs. Jumbo boxes return with five autographs.

The 2015 Topps Chrome Baseball base set has 200 cards. This includes 50 rookies. As always, the parallels are plentiful: Refractors, Prism Refractors, Purple Refractors, Blue Refractors, Green Refractors, Gold Refractors (#/50), hobby-only Orange Refractors (#/25), Red Refractors (#/5) and Superfractors (1/1). Sepia and Pink Refractors can be found as part of the set's retail configurations.

Rookie Autographs typically bring one of the deeper rosters of first-year players who have made the jump to the majors. Besides basic numbered Refractors, there are six additional color-based Refractor parallels: Purple, Blue, Green, Orange (#/25), Red (#/5) and Superfractors (1/1). Orange Refractors are hobby exclusives while Superfractors are only available in hobby and hobby jumbo packs.

Not all of the autographs in the product are rookies. Collectors can also find Illustrious Autographs, Dual Autographs (#/10) and Triple Autographs (#/10). There are also Thrill of the Chase Die-Cut Autographs that highlight player milestones that are on the horizon.

2015 Topps Chrome Baseball has four new basic insert sets. Chrome Culminations is a case hit that showcases 20 top players. Chrome Commencements also has 20 cards. It focuses on breakout players. Both of these are hobbys and jumbo-exclusives and have Red Refractor (#/5) and Superfractor (1/1) parallels.

Future Stars is a rookie-focused set that uses the name of the iconic subset from the main Topps baseball line. Gallery of Greats hops over from 2015 Topps Series 1, getting a chromium spin. These two inserts have four Refractor parallels: Gold, Orange (#/25), Red (#/5) and Superfractor (1/1).

Product Configuration: Hobby - 24 packs per box, 4 cards per pack, Jumbo - 12 packs per box, 13 cards per pack
Price Point: Low- to Mid-End Baseball Card
Target Audience: Autograph Collectors, Chromies

2015 Topps Chrome Baseball Hobby Box Break

  • 2 Autographs
  • 96 Total Cards

2015 Topps Chrome Baseball Jumbo Box Break

  • 5 Autographs
  • 156 Total Cards
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Set Checklist

2015 Topps Chrome Baseball Set Checklist

Odds are listed below when available. For specific pack odds: r = retail packs, h = hobby packs, j = jumbo packs.

Base Set Checklist

205 cards, including 55 rookie cards. Cards #201-205 are SPs. View a full guide to the RC short prints.
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PARALLEL CARDS: Refractor (1:3 h/r, 1:1 j), Prism Refractor (1:6 h/r, 1:2 j), Sepia Refractor (1:2 blaster), Pink Refractor (Value), Purple Refractor #/250 (1:38 h/r, 1:12 j), Blue Refractor #/150 (1:64 h/r, 1:20 j), Green Refractor #/99 (1:97 h/r, 1:30 j), Gold Refractor #/50 (1:191 h/r, 1:59 j), Orange Refractor #/25 (1:382 h, 1:118 j), Red Refractor #/5 (1:1,916 r/1:1,915 h/ 1:589 j), SuperFractor 1/1 (1:9,581 r/1:9,517 h/ 1:2,947 j), Printing Plates 1/1 (1:2,395 r/1:2,388 h/ 1:737 j)
2015 Topps Chrome Baseball Carlos Correa RC

1 Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
2 Ryan Rua - Texas Rangers RC
3 Scooter Gennett - Milwaukee Brewers
4 Joe Mauer - Minnesota Twins
5 Starling Marte - Pittsburgh Pirates
6 Brandon Phillips - Cincinnati Reds
7 Adam Jones - Baltimore Orioles
8 Denard Span - Washington Nationals
9 Andrelton Simmons - Atlanta Braves
10 Matt Adams - St. Louis Cardinals
11 Carlos Gonzalez - Colorado Rockies
12 Prince Fielder - Texas Rangers
13 Jonathan Lucroy - Milwaukee Brewers
14 Paul Konerko - Chicago White Sox
15 Anthony Ranaudo - Texas Rangers RC
16 Tommy La Stella - Chicago Cubs
17 Mike Foltynewicz - Atlanta Braves RC
18 Dalton Pompey - Toronto Blue Jays RC
19 Kendall Graveman - Oakland Athletics RC
20 Roenis Elias - Seattle Mariners
21 Matt Barnes - Boston Red Sox RC
22 Nick Tropeano - Los Angeles Angels RC
23 Stephen Strasburg - Washington Nationals
24 Addison Russell - Chicago Cubs RC
25 Yadier Molina - St. Louis Cardinals
26 Madison Bumgarner - San Francisco Giants
27 Joe Panik - San Francisco Giants
28 Adeiny Hechavarria - Miami Marlins
29 Yorman Rodriguez - Cincinnati Reds RC
30 Alex Gordon - Kansas City Royals
31 Jon Lester - Chicago Cubs
32 Jonathan Schoop - Baltimore Orioles
33 Alex Cobb - Tampa Bay Rays
34 Austin Jackson - Seattle Mariners
35 Matt Kemp - San Diego Padres
36 Brad Ziegler - Arizona Diamondbacks
37 Chris Owings - Arizona Diamondbacks
38 Pablo Sandoval - Boston Red Sox
39 Hunter Strickland - San Francisco Giants RC
40 Jon Singleton - Houston Astros
41 Sean Doolittle - Oakland Athletics
42 Manny Machado - Baltimore Orioles
43 Michael Taylor - Washington Nationals RC
44 Jason Rogers - Milwaukee Brewers RC
45 David Peralta - Arizona Diamondbacks
46 James McCann - Detroit Tigers RC
47 Brandon Belt - San Francisco Giants
48 Christian Yelich - Miami Marlins
49 Jacoby Ellsbury - New York Yankees
50 Kolten Wong - St. Louis Cardinals
51 Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
52 Yasiel Puig - Los Angeles Dodgers
53 Wil Myers - San Diego Padres
54 George Springer - Houston Astros
55 Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
56 Ian Desmond - Washington Nationals
57 Chris Sale - Chicago White Sox
58 Justin Morneau - Colorado Rockies
59 Kevin Kiermaier - Tampa Bay Rays
60 Eric Hosmer - Kansas City Royals
61 Russell Martin - Toronto Blue Jays
62 Anthony Rendon - Washington Nationals
63 Nick Castellanos - Detroit Tigers
64 Lisalverto Bonilla - Texas Rangers RC
65 Giancarlo Stanton - Miami Marlins
66 Nolan Arenado - Colorado Rockies
67 Mookie Betts - Boston Red Sox
68 Masahiro Tanaka - New York Yankees
69 Bryce Brentz - Boston Red Sox RC
70 Dioner Navarro - Toronto Blue Jays
71 Melvin Mercedes - Detroit Tigers RC
72 Todd Frazier - Cincinnati Reds
73 Carlos Gomez - Milwaukee Brewers
74 Carlos Martinez - St. Louis Cardinals
75 Matt Shoemaker - Los Angeles Angels
76 Andrew McCutchen - Pittsburgh Pirates
77 Charlie Blackmon - Colorado Rockies
78 Corey Kluber - Cleveland Indians
79 Jordan Zimmermann - Washington Nationals
80 Dilson Herrera - New York Mets RC
81 Bryce Harper - Washington Nationals
82 Adam Wainwright - St. Louis Cardinals
83 Hunter Pence - San Francisco Giants
84 Aroldis Chapman - Cincinnati Reds
85 Michael Wacha - St. Louis Cardinals
86 Mitch Moreland - Texas Rangers
87 Daniel Norris - Toronto Blue Jays RC
88 Brett Gardner - New York Yankees
89 Javier Baez - Chicago Cubs RC
90 Carlos Rodon - Chicago White Sox RC
91 Michael Brantley - Cleveland Indians
92 Ken Giles - Philadelphia Phillies
93 Ian Kinsler - Detroit Tigers
94 Ryan Howard - Philadelphia Phillies
95 Adam Eaton - Chicago White Sox
96 Archie Bradley - Arizona Diamondbacks RC
97 Carlos Santana - Cleveland Indians
98 Max Scherzer - Washington Nationals
99 Doug Fister - Washington Nationals
100 Chase Utley - Philadelphia Phillies
101 Maikel Franco - Philadelphia Phillies RC
102 David Wright - New York Mets
103 Billy Hamilton - Cincinnati Reds
104 Johnny Cueto - Cincinnati Reds
105 Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
106 Paul Goldschmidt - Arizona Diamondbacks
107 Steven Souza Jr. - Tampa Bay Rays
108 Rafael Ynoa - Colorado Rockies RC
109 Torii Hunter - Minnesota Twins
110 Nelson Cruz - Seattle Mariners
111 Brandon Crawford - San Francisco Giants
112 Kris Bryant - Chicago Cubs RC
113 Albert Pujols - Los Angeles Angels
114 Victor Martinez - Detroit Tigers
115 Matt Harvey - New York Mets
116 Rymer Liriano - San Diego Padres RC
117 Zack Wheeler - New York Mets
118 Trevor May - Minnesota Twins RC
119 Travis d'Arnaud - New York Mets
120 R.J. Alvarez - Oakland Athletics RC
121 Anthony Rizzo - Chicago Cubs
122 Guilder Rodriguez - Texas Rangers RC
123 Yimi Garcia - Los Angeles Dodgers RC
124 David Ortiz - Boston Red Sox
125 Troy Tulowitzki - Colorado Rockies
126 Gregory Polanco - Pittsburgh Pirates
127 Melky Cabrera - Chicago White Sox
128 John Holdzkom - Pittsburgh Pirates RC
129 Joc Pederson - Los Angeles Dodgers RC
130 Terrance Gore - Kansas City Royals RC
131 Miguel Alfredo Gonzalez - Philadelphia Phillies RC
132 Cory Spangenberg - San Diego Padres RC
133 Sonny Gray - Oakland Athletics
134 Edwin Encarnacion - Toronto Blue Jays
135 Brandon Moss - Cleveland Indians
136 Yordano Ventura - Kansas City Royals
137 Jose Bautista - Toronto Blue Jays
138 Adrian Gonzalez - Los Angeles Dodgers
139 Starlin Castro - Chicago Cubs
140 Josh Harrison - Pittsburgh Pirates
141 Jose Fernandez - Miami Marlins
142 David Price - Detroit Tigers
143 CC Sabathia - New York Yankees
144 Dallas Keuchel - Houston Astros
145 Erik Cordier - San Francisco Giants RC
146 J.J. Hardy - Baltimore Orioles
147 Jonathan Papelbon - Philadelphia Phillies
148 Jake Lamb - Arizona Diamondbacks RC
149 Evan Gattis - Houston Astros
150 Mike Napoli - Boston Red Sox
151 Jose Altuve - Houston Astros
152 Chris Archer - Tampa Bay Rays
153 Micah Johnson - Chicago White Sox RC
154 Jorge Soler - Chicago Cubs RC
155 James Shields - San Diego Padres
156 Kennys Vargas - Minnesota Twins
157 Aramis Ramirez - Milwaukee Brewers
158 Nick Swisher - Cleveland Indians
159 Kyle Lobstein - Detroit Tigers RC
160 Rusney Castillo - Boston Red Sox RC
161 Jose Pirela - New York Yankees RC
162 Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
163 Craig Kimbrel - San Diego Padres
164 Mike Moustakas - Kansas City Royals
165 Rougned Odor - Texas Rangers
166 Xavier Scruggs - St. Louis Cardinals RC
167 Danny Santana - Minnesota Twins
168 Edwin Escobar - Boston Red Sox RC
169 Salvador Perez - Kansas City Royals
170 Ender Inciarte - Arizona Diamondbacks
171 Buck Farmer - Detroit Tigers RC
172 Dustin Pedroia - Boston Red Sox
173 Robinson Cano - Seattle Mariners
174 Samuel Tuivailala - St. Louis Cardinals RC
175 Josh Reddick - Oakland Athletics
176 Lorenzo Cain - Kansas City Royals
177 Steven Moya - Detroit Tigers RC
178 Evan Longoria - Tampa Bay Rays
179 Buster Posey - San Francisco Giants
180 Jose Abreu - Chicago White Sox
181 Felix Hernandez - Seattle Mariners
182 Marcell Ozuna - Miami Marlins
183 Jacob deGrom - New York Mets
184 Devon Travis - Toronto Blue Jays RC
185 Phil Hughes - Minnesota Twins
186 Mark Teixeira - New York Yankees
187 Yu Darvish - Texas Rangers
188 Kyle Seager - Seattle Mariners
189 Yasmany Tomas - Arizona Diamondbacks RC
190 Michael Cuddyer - New York Mets
191 Justin Verlander - Detroit Tigers
192 Christian Walker - Baltimore Orioles RC
193 Adrian Beltre - Texas Rangers
194 Dellin Betances - New York Yankees
195 Brandon Finnegan - Kansas City Royals RC
196 Kevin Gausman - Baltimore Orioles
197 Mike Minor - Atlanta Braves
198 Garrett Richards - Los Angeles Angels
199 Hanley Ramirez - Boston Red Sox
200 Ryan Braun - Milwaukee Brewers
201 Noah Syndergaard - New York Mets RC SP
202 Francisco Lindor - Cleveland Indians RC SP
203 Byron Buxton - Minnesota Twins RC SP
204 Joey Gallo - Texas Rangers RC SP
205 Carlos Correa - Houston Astros RC SP

Base SP Image Variations Set Checklist

1:766 retail/1:765 hobby/1:235 jumbo
PARALLEL CARDS: Red Refractor #/5 (1:39,522 r/1:38,070 h/1:12,133 j), SuperFractor 1/1 (1:158,088 r/1:215,728 h/1:51,564 j)

23 Stephen Strasburg - Washington Nationals
27 Joe Panik - San Francisco Giants
49 Jacob Ellsbury - New York Yankees
51 Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
124 David Ortiz - Boston Red Sox
125 Troy Tulowitzki - Colorado Rockies
129 Joc Pederson - Los Angeles Dodgers
151 Jose Altuve - Houston Astros
154 Jorge Soler - Chicago Cubs
195 Brandon Finnegan - Kansas City Royals

Autographed Rookies Set Checklist

55 cards
1:137 retail/1:21 hobby/1:3 jumbo
PARALLEL CARDS: Refractor #/499 (1:211 r/1:54 h/1:29 j), Purple Refractor #/250 (1:589 r/1:168 h/1:34 j), Blue Refractor #/150 (1:982 r/1:280 h/1:57 j), Green Refractor #/99 (1:1,484 r/1:424 h/1:86 j), Gold Refractor #/50 (1:234 r), Orange Refractor #/25 (1:602 h), Red Refractor #/5 (1:28,743 r/1:8,405 h/1:1,705 j), SuperFractor 1/1 (1:20,877 h/1:15,866 j), Printing Plates 1/1 (1:1,2955 r)
2015 Topps Chrome Joc Pederson Rookie Autograh Purple

AR-AB Archie Bradley - Arizona Diamondbacks
AR-AC A.J. Cole - Washington Nationals
AR-ARU Addison Russell - Chicago Cubs
AR-BB Bryce Brentz - Boston Red Sox
AR-BBN Byron Buxton - Minnesota Twins
AR-BFN Brandon Finnegan - Kansas City Royals
AR-BFR Buck Farmer - Detroit Tigers
AR-BM Bryan Mitchell - New York Yankees
AR-BST Blake Swihart - Boston Red Sox
AR-CR Carlos Rodon - Chicago White Sox
AR-CS Cory Spangenberg - San Diego Padres
AR-CW Christian Walker - Baltimore Orioles
AR-DC Daniel Corcino - Cincinnati Reds
AR-DH Dilson Herrera - New York Mets
AR-DN Daniel Norris - Toronto Blue Jays
AR-DP Dalton Pompey - Toronto Blue Jays
AR-DT Devon Travis - Toronto Blue Jays
AR-EC Erik Cordier - San Francisco Giants
AR-EE Edwin Escobar - Boston Red Sox
AR-FL Francisco Lindor - Cleveland Indians
AR-GB Gary Brown - San Francisco Giants
AR-HS Hunter Strickland - San Francisco Giants
AR-JB Javier Baez - Chicago Cubs
AR-JH John Holdzkom - Pittsburgh Pirates
AR-JK Jung-ho Kang - Pittsburgh Pirates
AR-JL Jake Lamb - Arizona Diamondbacks
AR-JLN Jacob Lindgren - New York Yankees
AR-JPA Jose Pirela - New York Yankees
AR-JPN Joc Pederson - Los Angeles Dodgers
AR-JR Jason Rogers - Milwaukee Brewers
AR-JS Jorge Soler - Chicago Cubs
AR-KB Kris Bryant - Chicago Cubs
AR-KG Kendall Graveman - Oakland Athletics
AR-KL Kyle Lobstein - Detroit Tigers
AR-KP Kevin Plawecki - New York Mets
AR-MB Matt Barnes - Boston Red Sox
AR-MC Matt Clark - Milwaukee Brewers
AR-MFO Maikel Franco - Philadelphia Phillies
AR-MJ Micah Johnson - Chicago White Sox
AR-MT Michael Taylor - Washington Nationals
AR-NS Noah Syndergaard - New York Mets
AR-NT Nick Tropeano - Los Angeles Angels
AR-RAZ R.J. Alvarez - Oakland Athletics
AR-RC Rusney Castillo - Boston Red Sox
AR-RI Raisel Iglesias - Cincinnati Reds
AR-RL Rymer Liriano - San Diego Padres
AR-RR Ryan Rua - Texas Rangers
AR-SM Steven Moya - Detroit Tigers
AR-ST Samuel Tuivailala - St. Louis Cardinals
AR-TG Terrance Gore - Kansas City Royals
AR-TM Trevor May - Minnesota Twins
AR-XS Xavier Scruggs - St. Louis Cardinals
AR-YG Yimi Garcia - Los Angeles Dodgers
AR-YR Yorman Rodriguez - Cincinnati Reds
AR-YT Yasmany Tomas - Arizona Diamondbacks

Chrome Commencements Set Checklist

20 cards.
1:48 hobby / 1:12 jumbo
PARALLEL CARDS: Red Refractor #/5 (1:19,761 r/1:19,035 h/1:5,893 j), SuperFractor 1/1 (1:105,392 r/1:92,455 h/1:29,465 j)
2015 Topps Chrome Baseball Commencements

COM-1 Jacob deGrom - New York Mets
COM-2 Masahiro Tanaka - New York Yankees
COM-3 Yordano Ventura - Kansas City Royals
COM-4 Jose Abreu - Chicago White Sox
COM-5 Kolten Wong - St. Louis Cardinals
COM-6 Xander Bogaerts - Boston Red Sox
COM-7 Matt Shoemaker - Los Angeles Angels
COM-8 Mookie Betts - Boston Red Sox
COM-9 Arismendy Alcantara - Chicago Cubs
COM-10 Kennys Vargas - Minnesota Twins
COM-11 Anthony Rendon - Washington Nationals
COM-12 Christian Yelich - Miami Marlins
COM-13 Jose Fernandez - Miami Marlins
COM-14 Gregory Polanco - Pittsburgh Pirates
COM-15 Dellin Betances - New York Yankees
COM-16 Wil Myers - San Diego Padres
COM-17 Billy Hamilton - Cincinatti Reds
COM-18 Joe Panik - San Francisco Giants
COM-19 Yasiel Puig - Los Angeles Dodgers
COM-20 Julio Teheran - Atlanta Braves

Chrome Culminations Set Checklist

20 cards. Hobby only - 1 per case (1:288 h)
PARALLEL CARDS: Red Refractor #/5 (1:6,812 h) , SuperFractor 1/1 (1:34,063 h)
2015 Topps Chrome Baseball Culminations

CUL-AB Adrian Beltre - Los Angeles Dodgers
CUL-AG Adrian Gonzalez - Los Angeles Dodgers
CUL-AP Albert Pujols - St. Louis Cardinals
CUL-CB Carlos Beltran - Kansas City Royals
CUL-CK Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
CUL-CS CC Sabathia - Cleveland Indians
CUL-DJ Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
CUL-DO David Ortiz - Minnesota Twins
CUL-DP Dustin Pedroia - Boston Red Sox
CUL-DW David Wright - New York Mets
CUL-HR Hanley Ramirez - Boston Red Sox
CUL-JH Josh Hamilton - Texas Rangers
CUL-JL Jon Lester - Boston Red Sox
CUL-JM Joe Mauer - Minnesota Twins
CUL-MC Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
CUL-MT Mark Teixeira - Texas Rangers
CUL-PS Pablo Sandoval - Boston Red Sox
CUL-RB Ryan Braun - Milwaukee Brewers
CUL-RC Robinson Cano - Seattle Mariners
CUL-YM Yadier Molina - St. Louis Cardinals

Chrome Culminations Autographs Set Checklist

8 cards. Serial Numbered.
1:13,174 retail / 1:3785 hobby / 1:770 jumbo

CUL-CK Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
CUL-DP Dustin Pedroia - Boston Red Sox
CUL-HR Hanley Ramirez - Florida Marlins
CUL-JL Jon Lester - Boston Red Sox
CUL-JM Joe Mauer - Minnesota Twins
CUL-MT Mark Teixeira - New York Yankees
CUL-PS Pablo Sandoval - San Francisco Giants
CUL-RC Robinson Cano - New York Yankees

Dual Autographs Set Checklist

7 cards. Serial numbered #/10.
1:45,168 retail / 1:12,690 hobby / 1:2,578 jumbo
PARALLEL CARDS: Red Refractor #/5 (1:79,044 r/1:24,892 h/1:5,156 j), SuperFractor 1/1 (1:58,835 h/1:51,564 j), Printing Plates 1/1 (1:10,593 r)

DA-AC Matt Carpenter - St. Louis Cardinals
Matt Adams - St. Louis Cardinals
DA-CA Rusney Castillo - Boston Red Sox
Jose Abreu - Chicago White Sox
DA-EP Dalton Pompey - Toronto Blue Jays
Edwin Encarnacion - Toronto Blue Jays
DA-LR Anthony Rizzo - Chicago Cubs
Jon Lester - Chicago Cubs
DA-PM Gregory Polanco - Pittsburgh Pirates
Starling Marte - Pittsburgh Pirates
DA-SA Jose Abreu - Chicago White Sox
Chris Sale - Chicago White Sox
DA-TK Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels

Future Stars Set Checklist

20 cards.
1:12 hobby/retail, 1:4 jumbo
PARALLEL CARDS: Gold Refractor #/50 (1:1,916 r/1:1,915 h/1:589 j), Orange Refractor #/25 (1:3,809 r/1:3,829 h/1:1,179 j), Red Refractor #/5 (1:19,761 r/1:19,035 h/1:5,893 j), SuperFractor 1/1 (1:49,738 h/1:34,376 j)
2015 Topps Chrome Baseball Future Stars

FSC-01 Joc Pederson - Los Angeles Dodgers
FSC-02 Rusney Castillo - Boston Red Sox
FSC-03 Jorge Soler - Chicago Cubs
FSC-04 Javier Baez - Chicago Cubs
FSC-05 Trevor May - Minnesota Twins
FSC-06 Dalton Pompey - Toronto Blue Jays
FSC-07 Michael Taylor - Washington Nationals
FSC-08 Steven Moya - Detroit Tigers
FSC-09 Matt Barnes - Boston Red Sox
FSC-10 Anthony Ranaudo - Texas Rangers
FSC-11 Maikel Franco - Philadelphia Phillies
FSC-12 Christian Walker - Baltimore Orioles
FSC-13 Jake Lamb - Arizona Diamondbacks
FSC-14 Cory Spangenberg - San Diego Padres
FSC-15 Mike Foltynewicz - Atlanta Braves
FSC-16 Dilson Herrera - New York Mets
FSC-17 Daniel Norris - Toronto Blue Jays
FSC-18 Brandon Finnegan - Kansas City Royals
FSC-19 Rafael Ynoa - Colorado Rockies
FSC-20 Samuel Tuivailala - St. Louis Cardinals

Gallery of Greats Set Checklist

30 cards
1:24 hobby/retail, 1:8 jumbo
PARALLEL CARDS (Hobby/Jumbo only): Gold Refractor #/50 (1:525 h/1:1,031 j), Orange Refractor #/25 (1:1,091 h/1:1,677 j), Red Refractor #/5 (1:5,485 h/1:8,250 j), SuperFractor 1/1 (1:28,138 h/1:34,376 j)
2015 Topps Chrome Baseball Gallery of Greats

GGR-01 Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
GGR-02 Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
GGR-03 Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
GGR-04 Yasiel Puig - Los Angeles Dodgers
GGR-05 Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
GGR-06 Albert Pujols - Los Angeles Angels
GGR-07 Bryce Harper - Washington Nationals
GGR-08 Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
GGR-09 Josh Donaldson - Toronto Blue Jays
GGR-10 Corey Kluber - Cleveland Indians
GGR-11 Adrian Beltre - Texas Rangers
GGR-12 Felix Hernandez - Seattle Mariners
GGR-13 Yu Darvish - Texas Rangers
GGR-14 Chris Sale - Chicago White Sox
GGR-15 Alex Gordon - Kansas City Royals
GGR-16 Jose Altuve - Houston Astros
GGR-17 Troy Tulowitzki - Colorado Rockies
GGR-18 Jose Abreu - Chicago White Sox
GGR-19 Robinson Cano - Seattle Mariners
GGR-20 Andrew McCutchen - Pittsburgh Pirates
GGR-21 Buster Posey - San Francisco Giants
GGR-22 Giancarlo Stanton - Miami Marlins
GGR-23 Jose Bautista - Toronto Blue Jays
GGR-24 David Ortiz - Boston Red Sox
GGR-25 Anthony Rizzo - Chicago Cubs
GGR-26 Evan Longoria - Tampa Bay Rays
GGR-27 Paul Goldschmidt - Arizona Diamondbacks
GGR-28 Adam Jones - Baltimore Orioles
GGR-29 Cole Hamels - Philadelphia Phillies
GGR-30 Johnny Cueto - Cincinnati Reds

Illustrious Autographs Set Checklist

10 cards
1:5,270 retail / 1:1,512 hobby / 1:1,308 jumbo
PARALLEL CARDS: Orange Refractor #/25 (1:1,082 h), Red Refractor #/5 (1:1733 j), SuperFractor 1/1 (1:34,062 h/1:41,251 j), Printing Plates 1/1 (1:5,646 r)
2015 Topps Chrome Baseball Illustrious Autographs Abreu

IA-AR Anthony Rizzo - Chicago Cubs
IA-BP Buster Posey - San Francisco Giants
IA-CKR Corey Kluber - Cleveland Indians
IA-CS Chris Sale - Chicago White Sox
IA-CY Christian Yelich - Miami Marlins
IA-JA Jose Abreu - Chicago White Sox
IA-JP Joc Pederson - Los Angeles Dodgers
IA-JS Jorge Soler - Chicago Cubs
IA-MT Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
IA-PG Paul Goldschmidt - Arizona Diamondbacks

Thrill of the Chase Die-Cut Autographs Set Checklist

8 cards
1:12,647 retail / 1:3,595 hobby / 1:731 jumbo
PARALLEL CARDS: Red Refractor #/5 (1:79,044 r/1:24,892 h/1:5,156 j), SuperFractor 1/1 (1:64,718 h/1:41,251 j)

TC-CK Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
TC-FF Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
TC-HR Hanley Ramirez - Boston Red Sox
TC-JH Jason Heyward - St. Louis Cardinals
TC-JL Jon Lester - Chicago Cubs
TC-MT Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
TC-PG Paul Goldschmidt - Arizona Diamondbacks
TC-RC Robinson Cano - Seattle Mariners

Triple Autographs Set Checklist

5 cards. Serial numbered #/10. Jumbo Only.
1:2,171 jumbo packs.
PARALLEL CARDS: Red Refractor #/5 (1:4,297 j), SuperFractor 1/1 (1:20,626 j), Printing Plates 1/1 (1:5,289 j)

TA-BSB Javier Baez - Chicago Cubs
Jorge Soler - Chicago Cubs
Kris Bryant - Chicago Cubs
TA-KGP Joc Pederson - Los Angeles Dodgers
Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
Adrian Gonzalez - Los Angeles Dodgers
TA-KLS Chris Sale - Chicago White Sox
Jon Lester - Chicago Cubs
Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
TA-OPR David Ortiz - Boston Red Sox
Dustin Pedroia - Boston Red Sox
Hanley Ramirez - Boston Red Sox
TA-TMH Chase Headley - New York Yankees
Mark Teixeira - New York Yankees
Brian McCann - New York Yankees

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


User Reviews

  1. The chrome looks REALLY GOOD on the 2015 card design (which is amazing in itself), and the autograph flows really well the the card (not to mention this years signers set is AWESOME). Can’t wait!!!!

  2. I’m assuming kris Bryant is in this product? Hate to assume anything but if Castillo is in there..I would have to think Bryant is. Anyone, know yet? Thanks

  3. Geezer He’d have to make his MLB debut to appear. And that would also depend on timing.

  4. Stop trying so hard to be creative the borders are ugly! 2013 was one of your best card design for Topps and bowman chrome. So what did you do! GREEN IS NOT A COLOR THAT SHOULD BE USED FOR REFRACTORS OR AS CARD COLORS. I loved the magenta and desert camo cards and so does a lot of people by how much they sell for on eBay. And stop over thinking the designs!!!!!!!!!

  5. I’m looking forward to this release!

  6. Any idea why the release was delayed ?

  7. Carlos Correa?

  8. Any official reason for the release date being pushed back?

  9. Some people think that Carlos Correa may have had something to do with why the release date was delayed.

  10. For such an epic rookie class, this auto checklist is very disappointing.

  11. Why does Houston get the shaft in this product. I understand wanting to probably save Correa for Bowman Chrome but geesh how about Preston Tucker or Lance McCullers???

  12. No Randall Grichuk auto? Dude’s killing it this year.

  13. Topps Chrome has rarely been a good set for me and the lack of Braves players represented this year makes it seem like more the same. Too much of a gamble on what I’ll get for me so I will be passing on this exceptionally for maybe a couple of jumbo packs.

  14. 55 autos and not a single Rockies player amongst them? I get that they are not the most popular team or the best team, but they have fans too. Even if it is someone weaker like Scott Oberg or Justin Miller. I mean Gary Brown is in there and he has been cut by two different teams this season. Throw us Rockies fans a bone every now and then.

  15. Topps Chrome has given me great success in the past. Can’t wait for 2015 TC!! Hits in the past were a ryan vogelsong plate, Nolan Arenado RC auto, and countless god RC’s. ’14 was a Xander Bogearts atomic refractor 7/10 RC Auto and Mike Trout sepia /75!! So excited!!!

  16. I wonder how short the RC SPs are. Any way to find out? SP is such a vague term these days. I feel like 2015 ginter’s 300-350 wasnt even short. But getting a Topps finest Bryant is legitimately difficult.

  17. Dan Topps was fairly vague in the announcement. We will not likely know how rare the cards are until people start breaking the product in larger quantities.

  18. hopefully bowman chrome won’t short print Correa. I like my chances with a set containing Correa and Bryant base cards.

  19. So what’s the chance of a topps Chrome update ? since there are a ton of players missing out of this?

  20. Overall the design is nice. Ended up pulling an SP base in each of the 2 jumbo boxes I opened last night. Why only three stars? Because each box had two autos of the same player. C’mon, Topps. Really don’t care if one is numbered. (Might be different if the other was a 1/1). For the money, would expect autographs of 5 different players.

  21. OK, this design looks much better in chrome than it does with the regular cards; I think this year’s Topps main set cards are really bad (actually, most of the Topps designs this year are pretty horrid…imho), but it does work on the Chrome release.

    BUT…I could use some input or clarification on the “hits” from 2015 Chrome: I pulled a Byron Buxton printing plate (yellow) with what appears to be a gold auto. I can’t find any reference to gold autos–or I’m just really missing something obvious. A Buxton 1/1 plate auto is sweet enough, but a gold one has to be like nectar from the gods. Any direction, help, observations will be appreciated. Thanks.

    Oh, I forgot to add that the Buxton plate auto came from a retail pack. I bought three of those $9.49 3 packs PLUS an exclusive bonus pack of three somecolor refractors this evening (hit two autos including Buxton in the lot of three). Though I don’t buy it often, right now I am very pro RETAIL!!!

  22. prufrock88 I do not remember any specific reference to a Gold Ink parallel. However, it looks like Buxton signed several of the low-numbered Refractor parallels in gold. I saw Green, Gold and Orange Refractor versions like that on eBay.

  23. I’m having a rough time determining if a base refractor card is actually a refractor…I can easily determine an x-fractor, but a regular refractor is tricky and the more I look at the card, the more my mind plays tricks on me….I hate that TOPPS didn’t put a “Refractor” somewhere on the back of the card…WHY NOT? Does anyone know if Topps did puts something somewhere to indicated a card is a refractor as opposed to a base card?

  24. Joe M Yeah, we have seen several complaints about that. The easiest thing to do is rotate the cards under a light source and it will be pretty clear which is base and which is a Refractor. There is no other way I know of to identify them.

  25. Great cards . Kinda like card #14 Paul Konerko 2015 Topps Chrome base .The girl to the right behind Paul with the black dress, is that a wardrobe malfunction ,or an illusion ???? Either way I kinda like it !!! DJ.

  26. i guess i have to open more but 90% of the autos in any color are reselling horribly. 28 year old rookies with a auto in every box. 4 teams have multiple autos in every case..other teams have none. if you get an auto there are a million on ebay for .99 cents already. i just dont know anymore…chrome baseball was never as good as football anyway. but after last year they are now equal.Topps please dont destroy the only product worth buying …ooops too late

  27. I too am frustrated with the difficulty in identifying refractors; hope Topps is listening and brings back the refractor label on card back like they used to do.

  28. Bought one jumbo box today. Opened it up and nothing worth talking about. Oh wait I did get 3 autos of same guy in box. Not variations or parallels just base autos yes 3 identical. Pathetic box to say least. Save money for some other product.

  29. I always love Topps Chrome, I collect the set every year, and I don’t mind the short printed cards. My only problem is that I got a refractor box with no base all refractors. At first, I was excited, thinking I was going to pull something nice but was disappointed with the results. The best card was a blue refractor Dalton Pompey auto anyways a refractor box makes it difficult to build a set. The next box I got a Jacob Degrom Chrome Commencement Red Refractor so I’ll probably buy more.

  30. Has Topps Chrome ever looked better? This is a great-looking design for chrome this year, and the inserts are absolutely gorgeous cards. I think the gold parallels of the Gallery of Greats inserts serial numbered to 50 are some of the nicest looking cards I’ve ever seen. The color refractors of the base cards also look awesome.

    The auto checklist is obviously somewhat weak given the numerous talented rookies in the MLB this year. But, with autos of Bryant, Franco, Pederson, Kang and Buxton all available, I don’t think the lack of some others detracts too much from the overall appeal of the set.

  31. I think this product is done well, and I did have luck with my one hobby box with a pull of a Correa SP and a Gold Beltre – both of which I sold on ebay so I can grab cards I want. Went to a card show and traded away my junky low end inserts, for 90+ base cards and almost completed my set this way.

    I agree with the need for topps to put a ‘refactor’ marking on this cards.

    Overall I think the Chrome is my product to wait for next year and not bother with the big Series 1 & 2 sets that are watered down imho.

  32. I’m a casual collector and am still trying to figure out colored refractors, but I think the cards look great. My only complaint is I have opened 4 hobby boxes and haven’t scored a single Correa, Bryant or Buxton. I was also disappointed to see that Lance McCullers isn’t in the collection.

  33. It is very hard to determine the refractors!!

  34. The refractor thing is more a nuisance than anything. Stupid to say the least. Somebody needs to take a different approach to this hobby. Same damn thing from all companies. Too many parallels. Too much money for even blisters just to get junk. 5 blasters for 100 bucks = 1 hobby box. Usually get jack squat from retail. Hobby boxes are riddled with crap autos. I’m about done with this hobby. I spend a crap load of money on this hobby. Have over 1000000 cards. Burned out!!! I’ll take to 10 grand a year I spend on cards and invest in something else. Peace Out.

  35. I am still having issues which are refractor cards and which are not the only cards i am sure of are the Prism cards God knows why Topps choice to NOT add the word refractor on this 2015 Topps Chrome set this year but it is not very smart.

  36. I like the cards personally but my old eyes have trouble with the refractor vs base issue. Bright lights didn’t help BUT LED lights do. I use my phone – turn on camera app and leave the flash on. Just look at the screen of your phone and the LED flash makes the refractors pop. Easy to tell that way for me.

  37. Not usually a huge fan of Topps Chrome but this year’s set looks good as a Chrome set. Didn’t have the money for a hobby or jumbo box but bought three jumbo packs with pretty decent results. The first pack had a Jacob Lindgren purple auto refractor. The next pack had a Chris Sale purple refractor and the last had a Francisco Lindor blue auto refractor and a Yasmany Tomas prism refractor. Don’t like that refractors aren’t labeled on the back but I can deal with it. Cards however look absolutely sharp with this design and this maybe the first Chrome set I try to complete.

  38. I collect Topps Chrome every year. As Topps has been including more autos in every box it seems the older non-collectible rookie out number the great pulls. Overall an ok product. I wish an SP announcement would come out ahead of time. I haven’t seen any Syndergaard or Tomas base rookie autos. I collect the base auto set every year so the announcement would help in which ones I don’t need to look for.

    As for the refractors: I bought jumbo boxes which have 13 cards per pack. Halfway through the first box I figured out the pattern. In each pack the first and last 5 cards are regular cards. The 3 in the middle are the inserts (which will be all different refractors, autos, chrome commencment, etc.). Hope this helps when initially sorting and breaking packs.

  39. 2 blasters: Yasmany Tomas gold auto #/50, Micah Johnson ref auto #499.
    Overall odds = 2:463 packs.
    I got 12 packs.

    I’m going to buy all the retail blasters I can find. Bush5104ATgmailDOTcom for trade offers.

  40. I like the cards but hate the fact that refractors are not marked this year. I won’t be buying anymore packs.

  41. I pulled many a Terrance West, Aaron Murray, and Devanta Freeman from Topps FB. Alas, the card Gods finally took mercy upon me. Last Saturday, I opened a jumbo box of this product. I pulled a Franco purple auto, a Castillo auto, and a Kris Bryant red refractor auto /5. This card is amazing. Auto is solid and the card is built like a tank. I love this product.

  42. Really liked the look I’m the cards. I bought 2 boxes a month ago with really good hits. 1st box – Yellow printing plate Adam Eaton, 2 autos, some inserts, AND every single base card was a refractor. 2nd box – 2 autos (1 refractor Jorge Soler), 1 – illustrious autograph orange refractor Jorge Soler. Also K.Bryant prism refractor. Got a Carlos Correa, but the card number is 205, I thought the base card set was 200.

  43. Guys…I just pulled the Mike Trout base SuperFractor.

    What do I do?!? lol

  44. I’ve only been collecting a few years and I mostly collect Heritage. I grabbed a box of Chrome and got hooked! I love the look of these cards, there’s always exciting autos, and I love all the different colors. I’m working on collecting the Gallery of Greats Orange Refractors. The only downside in my opinion, is the repeat autos. Out of 4 boxes, I have 2-3 base autos of maybe the same 4-5 players. Otherwise, this product is a lot of fun to break. I will now be collecting Heritage and Chrome every year.

  45. C’mon, mark the refractors please. You have to turn them to the light? Seriously who has that time? Bowman has the same issue for me this year.

  46. question for trey, how long does it normally take to get redemptions fulfilled from topps? been waiting 6 months or so

  47. nick No set amount. I have several that are nearing a year. Just depends on the player signing and how they prioritize the set.

  48. Mike | Sep 3, 2015 | Reply

    The refractor thing is more a nuisance than anything. Stupid to say the least. Somebody needs to take a different approach to this hobby. Same damn thing from all companies. Too many parallels. Too much money for even blisters just to get junk. 5 blasters for 100 bucks = 1 hobby box. Usually get jack squat from retail. Hobby boxes are riddled with crap autos. I’m about done with this hobby. I spend a crap load of money on this hobby. Have over 1000000 cards. Burned out!!! I’ll take to 10 grand a year I spend on cards and invest in something else. Peace Out.

    LMAO! Yeah, 10k/year on BASEBALL CARDS? A retirement fund is a smart idea if you want an investment. Baseball cards are a smart idea if you want a fun hobby. Slightly rude, but good riddance, I say to you, sir!

  49. PeterP >> “Who has time for that?” I dunno about you, but as a hobby / collector, I actually APPRECIATE taking the time and looking over a card. As opposed to just quickly tearing into a pack, ohh and ahh over a Buxton for 2/3 seconds, toss it aside, and move on very rapidly.

    Refractors are actually growing on me. As are inserts. I still think they are overdone, but I like a variety of artwork and photography.

  50. Bought 17 packs at my baseball card shop and pulled a superfractor of Christian yelich?? great autos

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