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2016 Bowman Draft Baseball Cards

2016 Bowman Draft Baseball Cards

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Featuring a tweaked format from 2015, 2016 Bowman Draft Baseball is still a haven for prospect collectors with a major focus on the 2016 MLB Draft picks. Formats include Jumbo Hobby boxes, each with three autographs, and Super Jumbo boxes with five autographs.

The base set in 2016 Bowman Draft Baseball contains 200 cards with a large mix of parallels. Paper options include Silver, Blue, Green, Gold, Orange (#/25), Red (#/5) and Black (1/1), while Chrome versions offer Refractor, Sky Blue Refractor, Purple Refractor, Blue Refractor, Green Refractor, Gold Refractor, Orange Refractor (#/25), Red Refractor (#/5), and SuperFractor (1/1) parallels.

Bringing on-card autographs for top draftees, Chrome Draft Pick Autographs are joined by Refractor, Purple Refractor, Blue Refractor, Green Refractor, Gold Refractor, Orange Refractor (#/25), Red Refractor (#/5), and SuperFractor (1/1) parallels. Limited Wave Refractor parallels add to the rainbow. There are also random seven-card hot packs in 2016 Bowman Draft Baseball that only feature Black Refractor autographs.

Among the other signed cards in 2016 Bowman Draft Baseball, Draft Night Autographs document the top picks with images from the evening of their selection and feature Gold, Red (#/5) and SuperFractor parallels. All-America Game Autographs (#'d) look at top high school options from previous years. Gold Framed (1/1) parallels exist for the All-America signatures which are an incremental hit.

As far as basic inserts, 2016 Bowman Draft Baseball has several. MLB Draft History covers top draft picks of the past who are now retired, Bowman Scouts' Fantasy Impact tries to predict the future success of top young players, and Draft Dividends evaluates those players who saw their draft stock rise between high school and college. Each includes Gold, Red (#/5) SuperFractor (1/1) and low-numbered Autograph parallels

Lastly, Top of the Class Box Toppers are a limited inclusion that comes in several versions. Beyond the numbered base jumbo card, there are Gold (#/50), Red (#/5) SuperFractor (1/1) and Autographed Orange parallels. These are also incremental hits.

Release Date: 12/9/2016
Product Configuration: 
Jumbo - 32 cards per pack, 12 packs per box, 8 boxes per case
Product Configuration: Super Jumbo - 120 cards per pack, 5 packs per box, 6 boxes per case

2016 Bowman Draft Baseball Jumbo Hobby Box Break

  • 3 Autographs
  • 384 Total Cards

2016 Bowman Draft Baseball Jumbo Pack Break

  • 23 Base Cards
  • 7 Chrome Base Cards
  • 2 Chrome Refractor Parallels
  • 32 Total Cards

2016 Bowman Draft Baseball Super Jumbo Hobby Box Break

  • 5 Autographs
  • 40 Chrome Refractor Parallels
  • 600 Total Cards

2016 Bowman Draft Baseball Super Jumbo Pack Break

  • 1 Autograph
  • 78 Base Cards
  • 33 Chrome Base Cards
  • 8 Chrome Refractor Parallels
  • 120 Total Cards
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2016 Bowman Draft Baseball Checklist

Base Set Checklist

PAPER PARALLEL CARDS: Silver Border #/499, Blue Border #/150, Green Border #/99, Gold Border #/50, Orange Border #/25, Red Border #/5, Black Border 1/1, Printing Plates 1/1.
2016 Bowman Draft Baseball

Draft Picks
BD-1 Mickey Moniak - Philadelphia Phillies
BD-2 Thomas Jones - Miami Marlins
BD-3 Dylan Carlson - St. Louis Cardinals
BD-4 Cole Irvin - Philadelphia Phillies
BD-5 Kevin Gowdy - Philadelphia Phillies
BD-6 Dakota Hudson - St. Louis Cardinals
BD-7 Walker Robbins - St. Louis Cardinals
BD-8 Khalil Lee - Kansas City Royals
BD-9 Logan Ice - Cleveland Indians
BD-10 Braxton Garrett - Miami Marlins
BD-11 Anfernee Grier - Arizona Diamondbacks
BD-12 Kyle Hart - Boston Red Sox
BD-13 Taylor Trammell - Cincinnati Reds
BD-14 Brian Serven - Colorado Rockies
BD-15 Buddy Reed - San Diego Padres
BD-16 Carter Kieboom - Washington Nationals
BD-17 Jimmy Lambert - Chicago White Sox
BD-18 Nick Solak - New York Yankees
BD-19 Alexis Torres - Baltimore Orioles
BD-20 Cal Quantrill - San Diego Padres
BD-21 JaVon Shelby - Oakland Athletics
BD-22 Kyle Funkhouser - Detroit Tigers
BD-23 Dom Thompson-Williams - New York Yankees
BD-24 Jeremy Martinez - St. Louis Cardinals
BD-25 A.J. Puk - Oakland Athletics
BD-26 Brett Cumberland - Atlanta Braves
BD-27 Mason Thompson - San Diego Padres
BD-28 Easton McGee - Tampa Bay Rays
BD-29 Justin Dunn - New York Mets
BD-30 Matt Manning - Detroit Tigers
BD-31 Delvin Perez - St. Louis Cardinals
BD-32 Nolan Jones - Cleveland Indians
BD-33 Matt Krook - San Francisco Giants
BD-34 Stephen Alemais - Pittsburgh Pirates
BD-35 Joey Wentz - Atlanta Braves
BD-36 Ben Bowden - Colorado Rockies
BD-37 Drew Harrington - Atlanta Braves
BD-38 C.J. Chatham - Boston Red Sox
BD-39 Will Craig - Pittsburgh Pirates
BD-40 Zack Collins - Chicago White Sox
BD-41 Skylar Szynski - Oakland Athletics
BD-42 Sheldon Neuse - Washington Nationals
BD-43 Nicholas Lopez - Kansas City Royals
BD-44 Heath Quinn - San Francisco Giants
BD-45 Alex Speas - Texas Rangers
BD-46 Cody Sedlock - Baltimore Orioles
BD-47 Blake Tiberi - New York Mets
BD-48 Mario Feliciano - Milwaukee Brewers
BD-49 Brett Adcock - Houston Astros
BD-50 Riley Pint - Colorado Rockies
BD-51 Jacob Heyward - San Francisco Giants
BD-52 Hudson Potts - San Diego Padres
BD-53 Ronnie Dawson - Houston Astros
BD-54 Nick Hanson - Cincinnati Reds
BD-55 Forrest Whitley - Houston Astros
BD-56 Ryan Hendrix - Cincinnati Reds
BD-57 Eric Lauer - San Diego Padres
BD-58 Tyson Miller - Chicago Cubs
BD-59 Jesus Luzardo - Washington Nationals
BD-60 Kyle Lewis - Seattle Mariners
BD-61 Connor Justus - Los Angeles Angels
BD-62 Cole Stobbe - Philadelphia Phillies
BD-63 Garrett Hampson - Colorado Rockies
BD-64 Cole Ragans - Texas Rangers
BD-65 Kyle Muller - Atlanta Braves
BD-66 Logan Shore - Oakland Athletics
BD-67 Gavin Lux - Los Angeles Dodgers
BD-68 Shane Bieber - Cleveland Indians
BD-69 T.J. Zeuch - Toronto Blue Jays
BD-70 Joshua Lowe - Tampa Bay Rays
BD-71 Justin Alleman - San Francisco Giants
BD-72 Ryan Howard - San Francisco Giants
BD-73 Jake Fraley - Tampa Bay Rays
BD-74 Bo Bichette - Toronto Blue Jays
BD-75 D.J. Peters - Los Angeles Dodgers
BD-76 Jake Rogers - Houston Astros
BD-77 Bryan Reynolds - San Francisco Giants
BD-78 Colton Welker - Colorado Rockies
BD-79 Nick Banks - Washington Nationals
BD-80 Will Benson - Cleveland Indians
BD-81 Cavan Biggio - Toronto Blue Jays
BD-82 Braden Webb - Milwaukee Brewers
BD-83 Chris Okey - Cincinnati Reds
BD-84 Will Smith - Los Angeles Dodgers
BD-85 A.J. Puckett - Kansas City Royals
BD-86 Colby Woodmansee - New York Mets
BD-87 Andy Yerzy - Arizona Diamondbacks
BD-88 J.B. Woodman - Toronto Blue Jays
BD-89 Corbin Burnes - Milwaukee Brewers
BD-90 Alex Kirilloff - Minnesota Twins
BD-91 Robert Tyler - Colorado Rockies
BD-92 Pete Alonso - New York Mets
BD-93 Alec Hansen - Chicago White Sox
BD-94 Daniel Johnson - Washington Nationals
BD-95 Mike Shawaryn - Boston Red Sox
BD-96 Daulton Jefferies - Oakland Athletics
BD-97 Jordan Sheffield - Los Angeles Dodgers
BD-98 Conner Capel - Cleveland Indians
BD-99 Bobby Dalbec - Boston Red Sox
BD-100 Corey Ray - Milwaukee Brewers
BD-101 Ben Rortvedt - Minnesota Twins
BD-102 Tim Lynch - New York Yankees
BD-103 Charles Leblanc - Texas Rangers
BD-104 Dane Dunning - Washington Nationals
BD-105 Bryson Brigman - Seattle Mariners
BD-106 Nolan Martinez - New York Yankees
BD-107 Connor Jones - St. Louis Cardinals
BD-108 Alex Call - Chicago White Sox
BD-109 Reggie Lawson - San Diego Padres
BD-110 Matt Thaiss - Los Angeles Angels
BD-111 Bryse Wilson - Atlanta Braves
BD-112 Zack Burdi - Chicago White Sox
BD-113 Nolan Williams - Los Angeles Angels
BD-114 Mark Ecker - Detroit Tigers
BD-115 Michael Paez - New York Mets
BD-116 Zach Jackson - Toronto Blue Jays
BD-117 Joe Rizzo - Seattle Mariners
BD-118 Ryan Boldt - Tampa Bay Rays
BD-119 Mikey York - Tampa Bay Rays
BD-120 Ian Anderson - Atlanta Braves
Top Prospects
BD-121 Austin Meadows - Pittsburgh Pirates
BD-122 Nick Gordon - Minnesota Twins
BD-123 Forrest Wall - Colorado Rockies
BD-124 Antonio Senzatela - Colorado Rockies
BD-125 Justus Sheffield - New York Yankees
BD-126 Christian Arroyo - San Francisco Giants
BD-127 Dylan Cease - Chicago Cubs
BD-128 Scott Kingery - Philadelphia Phillies
BD-129 Daniel Palka - Minnesota Twins
BD-130 Bradley Zimmer - Cleveland Indians
BD-131 Amir Garrett - Cincinnati Reds
BD-132 Dillon Tate - New York Yankees
BD-133 Domingo Leyba - Arizona Diamondbacks
BD-134 Tyler Jay - Minnesota Twins
BD-135 Sean Reid-Foley - Toronto Blue Jays
BD-136 James Kaprielian - New York Yankees
BD-137 Kyle Tucker - Houston Astros
BD-138 Derek Fisher - Houston Astros
BD-139 Tyler O'Neill - Seattle Mariners
BD-140 Anderson Espinoza - San Diego Padres
BD-141 Christin Stewart - Detroit Tigers
BD-142 Grant Holmes - Oakland Athletics
BD-143 Rafael Devers - Boston Red Sox
BD-144 Mitch Keller - Pittsburgh Pirates
BD-145 Francis Martes - Houston Astros
BD-146 Nellie Rodriguez - Cleveland Indians
BD-147 Chih-Wei Hu - Tampa Bay Rays
BD-148 Anthony Banda - Arizona Diamondbacks
BD-149 Trent Clark - Milwaukee Brewers
BD-150 Brendan Rodgers - Colorado Rockies
BD-151 Ryan Cordell - Milwaukee Brewers
BD-152 Daz Cameron - Houston Astros
BD-153 Billy McKinney - New York Yankees
BD-154 Jomar Reyes - Baltimore Orioles
BD-155 Jake Bauers - Tampa Bay Rays
BD-156 Willy Adames - Tampa Bay Rays
BD-157 Josh Hader - Milwaukee Brewers
BD-158 Luis Ortiz - Milwaukee Brewers
BD-159 Erick Fedde - Washington Nationals
BD-160 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
BD-161 Francisco Mejia - Cleveland Indians
BD-162 Kolby Allard - Atlanta Braves
BD-163 Ronnie Williams - St. Louis Cardinals
BD-164 Matt Chapman - Oakland Athletics
BD-165 Austin Riley - Atlanta Braves
BD-166 Austin Dean - Miami Marlins
BD-167 Ryan McMahon - Colorado Rockies
BD-168 Anfernee Seymour - Atlanta Braves
BD-169 Marcos Diplan - Milwaukee Brewers
BD-170 Anthony Alford - Toronto Blue Jays
BD-171 Nick Neidert - Seattle Mariners
BD-172 Bobby Bradley - Cleveland Indians
BD-173 Tyler Wade - New York Yankees
BD-174 Chase De Jong - Los Angeles Dodgers
BD-175 Brett Phillips - Milwaukee Brewers
BD-176 Dominic Smith - New York Mets
BD-177 Touki Toussaint - Atlanta Braves
BD-178 Reese McGuire - Toronto Blue Jays
BD-179 Franklin Barreto - Oakland Athletics
BD-180 Ian Happ - Chicago Cubs
BD-181 Javier Guerra - San Diego Padres
BD-182 Tyler Beede - San Francisco Giants
BD-183 Drew Jackson - Seattle Mariners
BD-184 Brent Honeywell - Tampa Bay Rays
BD-185 Michael Gettys - San Diego Padres
BD-186 Rhys Hoskins - Philadelphia Phillies
BD-187 Dylan Cozens - Philadelphia Phillies
BD-188 Jon Harris - Toronto Blue Jays
BD-189 Phil Bickford - Milwaukee Brewers
BD-190 Amed Rosario - New York Mets
BD-191 Eloy Jimenez - Chicago Cubs
BD-192 Jack Flaherty - St. Louis Cardinals
BD-193 Alex Young - Arizona Diamondbacks
BD-194 Andrew Sopko - Los Angeles Dodgers
BD-195 Rafael Bautista - Washington Nationals
BD-196 Chris Shaw - San Francisco Giants
BD-197 Mike Gerber - Detroit Tigers
BD-198 Kevin Newman - Pittsburgh Pirates
BD-199 Ryan Mountcastle - Baltimore Orioles
BD-200 Lucius Fox - Tampa Bay Rays

 

Base Chrome Set Checklist

CHROME PARALLEL CARDS (#BDC): Base Chrome, Refractor, Sky Blue Refractor, Purple Refractor #/250, Blue Refractor #/150, Green Refractor #/99, Gold Refractor #/50, Orange Refractor #/25, Red Refractor #/5, SuperFractor 1/1, Printing Plates 1/1.
2016 Bowman Draft Baseball

Draft Picks
BDC-1 Mickey Moniak - Philadelphia Phillies
BDC-2 Thomas Jones - Miami Marlins
BDC-3 Dylan Carlson - St. Louis Cardinals
BDC-4 Cole Irvin - Philadelphia Phillies
BDC-5 Kevin Gowdy - Philadelphia Phillies
BDC-6 Dakota Hudson - St. Louis Cardinals
BDC-7 Walker Robbins - St. Louis Cardinals
BDC-8 Khalil Lee - Kansas City Royals
BDC-9 Logan Ice - Cleveland Indians
BDC-10 Braxton Garrett - Miami Marlins
BDC-11 Anfernee Grier - Arizona Diamondbacks
BDC-12 Kyle Hart - Boston Red Sox
BDC-13 Taylor Trammell - Cincinnati Reds
BDC-14 Brian Serven - Colorado Rockies
BDC-15 Buddy Reed - San Diego Padres
BDC-16 Carter Kieboom - Washington Nationals
BDC-17 Jimmy Lambert - Chicago White Sox
BDC-18 Nick Solak - New York Yankees
BDC-19 Alexis Torres - Baltimore Orioles
BDC-20 Cal Quantrill - San Diego Padres
BDC-21 JaVon Shelby - Oakland Athletics
BDC-22 Kyle Funkhouser - Detroit Tigers
BDC-23 Dom Thompson-Williams - New York Yankees
BDC-24 Jeremy Martinez - St. Louis Cardinals
BDC-25 A.J. Puk - Oakland Athletics
BDC-26 Brett Cumberland - Atlanta Braves
BDC-27 Mason Thompson - San Diego Padres
BDC-28 Easton McGee - Tampa Bay Rays
BDC-29 Justin Dunn - New York Mets
BDC-30 Matt Manning - Detroit Tigers
BDC-31 Delvin Perez - St. Louis Cardinals
BDC-32 Nolan Jones - Cleveland Indians
BDC-33 Matt Krook - San Francisco Giants
BDC-34 Stephen Alemais - Pittsburgh Pirates
BDC-35 Joey Wentz - Atlanta Braves
BDC-36 Ben Bowden - Colorado Rockies
BDC-37 Drew Harrington - Atlanta Braves
BDC-38 C.J. Chatham - Boston Red Sox
BDC-39 Will Craig - Pittsburgh Pirates
BDC-40 Zack Collins - Chicago White Sox
BDC-41 Skylar Szynski - Oakland Athletics
BDC-42 Sheldon Neuse - Washington Nationals
BDC-43 Nicholas Lopez - Kansas City Royals
BDC-44 Heath Quinn - San Francisco Giants
BDC-45 Alex Speas - Texas Rangers
BDC-46 Cody Sedlock - Baltimore Orioles
BDC-47 Blake Tiberi - New York Mets
BDC-48 Mario Feliciano - Milwaukee Brewers
BDC-49 Brett Adcock - Houston Astros
BDC-50 Riley Pint - Colorado Rockies
BDC-51 Jacob Heyward - San Francisco Giants
BDC-52 Hudson Potts - San Diego Padres
BDC-53 Ronnie Dawson - Houston Astros
BDC-54 Nick Hanson - Cincinnati Reds
BDC-55 Forrest Whitley - Houston Astros
BDC-56 Ryan Hendrix - Cincinnati Reds
BDC-57 Eric Lauer - San Diego Padres
BDC-58 Tyson Miller - Chicago Cubs
BDC-59 Jesus Luzardo - Washington Nationals
BDC-60 Kyle Lewis - Seattle Mariners
BDC-61 Connor Justus - Angels
BDC-62 Cole Stobbe - Philadelphia Phillies
BDC-63 Garrett Hampson - Colorado Rockies
BDC-64 Cole Ragans - Texas Rangers
BDC-65 Kyle Muller - Atlanta Braves
BDC-66 Logan Shore - Oakland Athletics
BDC-67 Gavin Lux - Los Angeles Dodgers
BDC-68 Shane Bieber - Cleveland Indians
BDC-69 T.J. Zeuch - Toronto Blue Jays
BDC-70 Joshua Lowe - Tampa Bay Rays
BDC-71 Justin Alleman - San Francisco Giants
BDC-72 Ryan Howard - San Francisco Giants
BDC-73 Jake Fraley - Tampa Bay Rays
BDC-74 Bo Bichette - Toronto Blue Jays
BDC-75 DJ Peters - Los Angeles Dodgers
BDC-76 Jake Rogers - Houston Astros
BDC-77 Bryan Reynolds - San Francisco Giants
BDC-78 Colton Welker - Colorado Rockies
BDC-79 Nick Banks - Washington Nationals
BDC-80 Will Benson - Cleveland Indians
BDC-81 Cavan Biggio - Toronto Blue Jays
BDC-82 Braden Webb - Milwaukee Brewers
BDC-83 Chris Okey - Cincinnati Reds
BDC-84 Will Smith - Los Angeles Dodgers
BDC-85 A.J. Puckett - Kansas City Royals
BDC-86 Colby Woodmansee - New York Mets
BDC-87 Andy Yerzy - Arizona Diamondbacks
BDC-88 J.B. Woodman - Toronto Blue Jays
BDC-89 Corbin Burnes - Milwaukee Brewers
BDC-90 Alex Kirilloff - Minnesota Twins
BDC-91 Robert Tyler - Colorado Rockies
BDC-92 Pete Alonso - New York Mets
BDC-93 Alec Hansen - Chicago White Sox
BDC-94 Daniel Johnson - Washington Nationals
BDC-95 Mike Shawaryn - Boston Red Sox
BDC-96 Daulton Jefferies - Oakland Athletics
BDC-97 Jordan Sheffield - Los Angeles Dodgers
BDC-98 Conner Capel - Cleveland Indians
BDC-99 Bobby Dalbec - Boston Red Sox
BDC-100 Corey Ray - Milwaukee Brewers
BDC-101 Ben Rortvedt - Minnesota Twins
BDC-102 Tim Lynch - New York Yankees
BDC-103 Charles Leblanc - Texas Rangers
BDC-104 Dane Dunning - Washington Nationals
BDC-105 Bryson Brigman - Seattle Mariners
BDC-106 Nolan Martinez - New York Yankees
BDC-107 Connor Jones - St. Louis Cardinals
BDC-108 Alex Call - Chicago White Sox
BDC-109 Reggie Lawson - San Diego Padres
BDC-110 Matt Thaiss - Angels
BDC-111 Bryse Wilson - Atlanta Braves
BDC-112 Zack Burdi - Chicago White Sox
BDC-113 Nolan Williams - Angels
BDC-114 Mark Ecker - Detroit Tigers
BDC-115 Michael Paez - New York Mets
BDC-116 Zach Jackson - Toronto Blue Jays
BDC-117 Joe Rizzo - Seattle Mariners
BDC-118 Ryan Boldt - Tampa Bay Rays
BDC-119 Mikey York - Tampa Bay Rays
BDC-120 Ian Anderson - Atlanta Braves
Top Prospects
BDC-121 Austin Meadows - Pittsburgh Pirates
BDC-122 Nick Gordon - Minnesota Twins
BDC-123 Forrest Wall - Colorado Rockies
BDC-124 Antonio Senzatela - Colorado Rockies
BDC-125 Justus Sheffield - New York Yankees
BDC-126 Christian Arroyo - San Francisco Giants
BDC-127 Dylan Cease - Chicago Cubs
BDC-128 Scott Kingery - Philadelphia Phillies
BDC-129 Daniel Palka - Minnesota Twins
BDC-130 Bradley Zimmer - Cleveland Indians
BDC-131 Amir Garrett - Cincinnati Reds
BDC-132 Dillon Tate - New York Yankees
BDC-133 Domingo Leyba - Arizona Diamondbacks
BDC-134 Tyler Jay - Minnesota Twins
BDC-135 Sean Reid-Foley - Toronto Blue Jays
BDC-136 James Kaprielian - New York Yankees
BDC-137 Kyle Tucker - Houston Astros
BDC-138 Derek Fisher - Houston Astros
BDC-139 Tyler O'Neill - Seattle Mariners
BDC-140 Anderson Espinoza - San Diego Padres
BDC-141 Christin Stewart - Detroit Tigers
BDC-142 Grant Holmes - Oakland Athletics
BDC-143 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
BDC-144 Mitch Keller - Pittsburgh Pirates
BDC-145 Francis Martes - Houston Astros
BDC-146 Nellie Rodriguez - Cleveland Indians
BDC-147 Chih-Wei Hu - Tampa Bay Rays
BDC-148 Anthony Banda - Arizona Diamondbacks
BDC-149 Trent Clark - Milwaukee Brewers
BDC-150 Brendan Rodgers - Colorado Rockies
BDC-151 Ryan Cordell - Milwaukee Brewers
BDC-152 Daz Cameron - Houston Astros
BDC-153 Billy McKinney - New York Yankees
BDC-154 Jomar Reyes - Baltimore Orioles
BDC-155 Jake Bauers - Tampa Bay Rays
BDC-156 Willy Adames - Tampa Bay Rays
BDC-157 Josh Hader - Milwaukee Brewers
BDC-158 Luis Ortiz - Milwaukee Brewers
BDC-159 Erick Fedde - Washington Nationals
BDC-160 Rafael Devers - Boston Red Sox
BDC-161 Francisco Mejia - Cleveland Indians
BDC-162 Kolby Allard - Atlanta Braves
BDC-163 Ronnie Williams - St. Louis Cardinals
BDC-164 Matt Chapman - Oakland Athletics
BDC-165 Austin Riley - Atlanta Braves
BDC-166 Austin Dean - Miami Marlins
BDC-167 Ryan McMahon - Colorado Rockies
BDC-168 Anfernee Seymour - Atlanta Braves
BDC-169 Marcos Diplan - Milwaukee Brewers
BDC-170 Anthony Alford - Toronto Blue Jays
BDC-171 Nick Neidert - Seattle Mariners
BDC-172 Bobby Bradley - Cleveland Indians
BDC-173 Tyler Wade - New York Yankees
BDC-174 Chase De Jong - Los Angeles Dodgers
BDC-175 Brett Phillips - Milwaukee Brewers
BDC-176 Dominic Smith - New York Mets
BDC-177 Touki Toussaint - Atlanta Braves
BDC-178 Reese McGuire - Toronto Blue Jays
BDC-179 Franklin Barreto - Oakland Athletics
BDC-180 Ian Happ - Chicago Cubs
BDC-181 Javier Guerra - San Diego Padres
BDC-182 Tyler Beede - San Francisco Giants
BDC-183 Drew Jackson - Seattle Mariners
BDC-184 Brent Honeywell - Tampa Bay Rays
BDC-185 Michael Gettys - San Diego Padres
BDC-186 Rhys Hoskins - Philadelphia Phillies
BDC-187 Dylan Cozens - Philadelphia Phillies
BDC-188 Jon Harris - Toronto Blue Jays
BDC-189 Phil Bickford - Milwaukee Brewers
BDC-190 Amed Rosario - New York Mets
BDC-191 Eloy Jimenez - Chicago Cubs
BDC-192 Jack Flaherty - St. Louis Cardinals
BDC-193 Alex Young - Arizona Diamondbacks
BDC-194 Andrew Sopko - Los Angeles Dodgers
BDC-195 Rafael Bautista - Washington Nationals
BDC-196 Chris Shaw - San Francisco Giants
BDC-197 Mike Gerber - Detroit Tigers
BDC-198 Kevin Newman - Pittsburgh Pirates
BDC-199 Ryan Mountcastle - Baltimore Orioles
BDC-200 Lucius Fox - Tampa Bay Rays

 

Chrome Draft Pick Autographs Set Checklist

56 cards.
PARALLEL CARDS: Refractor #/499, Purple Refractor #/250, Blue Refractor #/150,  Blue Wave Refractor #/150, Green Refractor #/99, Gold Refractor #/50, Gold Wave Refractor #/50, Orange Refractor #/25, Red Refractor #/5, Red Wave Refractor #/5, SuperFractor 1/1, Printing Plates 1/1, Black Refractor (Hot Packs).
2016 Bowman Draft Baseball

CDA-AG Anfernee Grier - Arizona Diamondbacks
CDA-AH Alec Hansen - Chicago White Sox
CDA-AK Alex Kirilloff - Minnesota Twins
CDA-AP A.J. Puk - Oakland Athletics
CDA-AY Andy Yerzy - Arizona Diamondbacks
CDA-BB Ben Bowden - Colorado Rockies
CDA-BD Bobby Dalbec - Boston Red Sox
CDA-BG Braxton Garrett - Miami Marlins
CDA-BOB Bo Bichette - Toronto Blue Jays
CDA-BRE Buddy Reed - San Diego Padres
CDA-BRR Bryan Reynolds - San Francisco Giants
CDA-BW Bryse Wilson - Atlanta Braves
CDA-CB Cavan Biggio - Toronto Blue Jays
CDA-CC C.J. Chatham - Boston Red Sox
CDA-CJ Connor Jones - St. Louis Cardinals
CDA-CO Chris Okey - Cincinnati Reds
CDA-CQ Cal Quantrill - San Diego Padres
CDA-CR Corey Ray - Milwaukee Brewers
CDA-CRA Cole Ragans - Texas Rangers
CDA-CS Cody Sedlock - Baltimore Orioles
CDA-DC Dylan Carlson - St. Louis Cardinals
CDA-DD Dane Dunning - Washington Nationals
CDA-DH Dakota Hudson - St. Louis Cardinals
CDA-DJ Daulton Jefferies - Oakland Athletics
CDA-DP Delvin Perez - St. Louis Cardinals
CDA-EL Eric Lauer - San Diego Padres
CDA-FW Forrest Whitley - Houston Astros
CDA-GH Garrett Hampson - Colorado Rockies
CDA-GL Gavin Lux - Los Angeles Dodgers
CDA-HS Hudson Potts - San Diego Padres
CDA-IA Ian Anderson - Atlanta Braves
CDA-JD Justin Dunn - New York Mets
CDA-JF Jake Fraley - Tampa Bay Rays
CDA-JL Joshua Lowe - Tampa Bay Rays
CDA-JLU Jesus Luzardo - Washington Nationals
CDA-JR Joe Rizzo - Seattle Mariners
CDA-JS Jordan Sheffield - Los Angeles Dodgers
CDA-KL Kyle Lewis - Seattle Mariners
CDA-KM Kyle Muller - Atlanta Braves
CDA-MM Matt Manning - Detroit Tigers
CDA-MM Mickey Moniak - Philadelphia Phillies
CDA-MT Matt Thaiss - Los Angeles Angels
CDA-NJ Nolan Jones - Cleveland Indians
CDA-NM Nolan Martinez - New York Yankees
CDA-PA Pete Alonso - New York Mets
CDA-RD Ronnie Dawson - Houston Astros
CDA-RP Riley Pint - Colorado Rockies
CDA-RT Robert Tyler - Colorado Rockies
CDA-TL Tim Lynch - New York Yankees
CDA-TT Taylor Trammell - Cincinnati Reds
CDA-TZ T.J. Zeuch - Toronto Blue Jays
CDA-WB Will Benson - Cleveland Indians
CDA-WC Will Craig - Pittsburgh Pirates
CDA-WS Will Smith - Los Angeles Dodgers
CDA-ZB Zack Burdi - Chicago White Sox
CDA-ZC Zack Collins - Chicago White Sox

 

All-America Game Autographs Set Checklist

7 cards. Serial Numbered #/225.
PARALLEL CARDS: Gold Framed 1/1.
2016-bowman-draft-baseball-all-america-autographs

Alex Speas
Andy Yerzy
Carter Kieboom
Delvin Perez
Jesus Luzardo
Riley Pint
Will Benson

 

Bowman Scouts' Fantasy Impact Set Checklist

20 cards.
PARALLEL CARDS: Gold Refractor #/50, Red Refractor #/5, Superfractor 1/1.
2016 Bowman Draft Baseball

BSI-AM Austin Meadows - Pittsburgh Pirates
BSI-AP A.J. Puk - Oakland Athletics
BSI-BM Billy McKinney - New York Yankees
BSI-BZ Bradley Zimmer - Cleveland Indians
BSI-CA Christian Arroyo - San Francisco Giants
BSI-CD Chase De Jong - Los Angeles Dodgers
BSI-CQ Cal Quantrill - San Diego Padres
BSI-CR Corey Ray - Milwaukee Brewers
BSI-DC Dylan Cozens - Philadelphia Phillies
BSI-DS Dominic Smith - New York Mets
BSI-FB Franklin Barreto - Oakland Athletics
BSI-FM Francis Martes - Houston Astros
BSI-JD Justin Dunn - New York Mets
BSI-KL Kyle Lewis - Seattle Mariners
BSI-MT Matt Thaiss - Los Angeles Angels
BSI-TB Tyler Beede - San Francisco Giants
BSI-TZ T.J. Zeuch - Toronto Blue Jays
BSI-WC Will Craig - Pittsburgh Pirates
BSI-ZB Zack Burdi - Chicago White Sox
BSI-ZC Zack Collins - Chicago White Sox

 

Bowman Scouts' Fantasy Impact Autographs Set Checklist

10 cards. Serial numbered #/50.
PARALLEL CARDS: Red Refractor #/5, Superfractor 1/1.
2016 Bowman Draft Baseball

BSI-AP A.J. Puk - Oakland Athletics
BSI-BM Billy McKinney - New York Yankees
BSI-CD Chase De Jong - Los Angeles Dodgers
BSI-CQ Cal Quantrill - San Diego Padres
BSI-CR Corey Ray - Milwaukee Brewers
BSI-DS Dominic Smith - New York Mets
BSI-JD Justin Dunn - New York Mets
BSI-TB Tyler Beede - San Francisco Giants
BSI-ZB Zack Burdi - Chicago White Sox
BSI-ZC Zack Collins - Chicago White Sox

 

Draft Dividends Set Checklist

15 cards.
PARALLEL CARDS: Gold #/50, Red #/5, SuperFractor 1/1.
2016 Bowman Draft Baseball

DD-AP A.J. Puk - Oakland Athletics
DD-AY Alex Young - Arizona Diamondbacks
DD-BL Brett Lilek - Miami Marlins
DD-CQ Cal Quantrill - San Diego Padres
DD-CR Corey Ray - Milwaukee Brewers
DD-DD Dane Dunning - Washington Nationals
DD-DH Dakota Hudson - St. Louis Cardinals
DD-DJ Daulton Jefferies - Oakland Athletics
DD-EL Eric Lauer - San Diego Padres
DD-JD Justin Dunn - New York Mets
DD-JS Jordan Sheffield - Los Angeles Dodgers
DD-MT Matt Thaiss - Los Angeles Angels
DD-TZ T.J. Zeuch - Toronto Blue Jays
DD-WC Will Craig - Pittsburgh Pirates
DD-ZC Zack Collins - Chicago White Sox

 

Draft Dividends Autographs Set Checklist

9 cards. Serial numbered #/99.
PARALLEL CARDS: Red Refractor #/5, Superfractor 1/1.

DD-AP A.J. Puk - Oakland Athletics
DD-CQ Cal Quantrill - San Diego Padres
DD-CR Corey Ray - Milwaukee Brewers
DD-EL Eric Lauer - San Diego Padres
DD-JD Justin Dunn - New York Mets
DD-MT Matt Thaiss - Los Angeles Angels
DD-TZ T.J. Zeuch - Toronto Blue Jays
DD-WC Will Craig - Pittsburgh Pirates
DD-ZC Zack Collins - Chicago White Sox

 

Draft Night Autographs Set Checklist

2 cards. Serial Numbered #/99.
PARALLEL CARDS: Gold #/50, Red #/5, SuperFractor 1/1.

DNA-IA Ian Anderson - Atlanta Braves
DNA-WB Will Benson - Cleveland Indians

 

MLB Draft History Set Checklist

15 cards.
PARALLEL CARDS: Gold #/50, Red #/5, SuperFractor 1/1.
2016 Bowman Draft Baseball

MLBD-BJ Bo Jackson - Kansas City Royals
MLBD-CB Craig Biggio - Houston Astros
MLBD-CJ Chipper Jones - Atlanta Braves
MLBD-CR Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
MLBD-FT Frank Thomas - Chicago White Sox
MLBD-GM Greg Maddux - Chicago Cubs
MLBD-JB Johnny Bench - Cincinnati Reds
MLBD-KGJ Ken Griffey Jr. - Seattle Mariners
MLBD-MP Mike Piazza - Los Angeles Dodgers
MLBD-NG Nomar Garciaparra - Boston Red Sox
MLBD-NR Nolan Ryan - New York Mets
MLBD-OS Ozzie Smith - San Diego Padres
MLBD-RC Roger Clemens - Boston Red Sox
MLBD-RJ Reggie Jackson - Kansas City Athletics
MLBD-TG Tom Glavine - Atlanta Braves

 

MLB Draft History Autographs Set Checklist

10 cards. Serial numbered #/99.
PARALLEL CARDS: Red #/5, SuperFractor 1/1.
2016 Bowman Draft Baseball

MLBDA-BJ Bo Jackson - Kansas City Royals
MLBDA-CJ Chipper Jones - Atlanta Braves #/99
MLBDA-CR Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
MLBDA-FT Frank Thomas - Chicago White Sox
MLBDA-GM Greg Maddux - Chicago Cubs
MLBDA-JB Johnny Bench - Cincinnati Reds
MLBDA-KGJ Ken Griffey Jr. - Seattle Mariners
MLBDA-MP Mike Piazza - Los Angeles Dodgers
MLBDA-NR Nolan Ryan - New York Mets
MLBDA-RC Roger Clemens - Boston Red Sox

 

Top of the Class Box Toppers Set Checklist

14 cards. Serial numbered #/99.
PARALLEL CARDS: Gold #/50, Red #/5, SuperFractor 1/1.
2016 Bowman Draft Baseball

TOC-AP A.J. Puk - Oakland Athletics
TOC-BG Braxton Garrett - Miami Marlins
TOC-CQ Cal Quantrill - San Diego Padres
TOC-CR Corey Ray - Milwaukee Brewers
TOC-FW Forrest Whitley - Houston Astros
TOC-IA Ian Anderson - Atlanta Braves
TOC-JL Joshua Lowe - Tampa Bay Rays
TOC-KL Kyle Lewis - Seattle Mariners
TOC-MM Matt Manning - Detroit Tigers
TOC-MM Mickey Moniak - Philadelphia Phillies
TOC-NS Nick Senzel - Cincinnati Reds
TOC-RP Riley Pint - Colorado Rockies
TOC-WB Will Benson - Cleveland Indians
TOC-ZC Zack Collins - Chicago White Sox

 

Top of the Class Box Toppers Autograph Set Checklist

10 cards. Serial Numbered.

TOC-AP A.J. Puk - Oakland Athletics
TOC-BG Braxton Garrett - Miami Marlins
TOC-CQ Cal Quantrill - San Diego Padres
TOC-CR Corey Ray - Milwaukee Brewers
TOC-FW Forrest Whitley - Houston Astros
TOC-IA Ian Anderson - Atlanta Braves
TOC-MM Mickey Moniak - Philadelphia Phillies
TOC-MM Matt Manning - Detroit Tigers
TOC-RP Riley Pint - Colorado Rockies
TOC-ZC Zack Collins - Chicago White Sox

 

Golden Debut Contract Winner Short Print Set Checklist

1 card.

GDW-FP Francis Pablo - Cleveland Indians

Product Review

2016 Bowman Draft Baseball Product Review

Reviewed by Trey Treutel

Good: Solid representation from 2016 draft including #1 pick, jumbo-only formats deliver a ton of cards, color totals are decent by the box.

Bad: Removal of standard box format hurts casual collector, while offering a ton of cards there is still not a lot of variety to the set.

The Bottom Line: Bowman Draft rises or falls based on the strength of the class and 2016 follows suit. The main difference for collectors is a box format that is only found in Jumbo and Super Jumbo. While that might be more appealing for the breakers or those willing to drop more money on boxes, many collectors might be priced out of the box game this year for Draft.

Staff Rating:
3.8 / 5.0

Card Design: 3.5/5.0

The main 2016 Bowman design is not my favorite but, having seen it across several products, I can easily say I prefer it to 2015. Other than the individual slot on the right side of the card that always draws my gaze, the design is largely modern and minimalistic.

Like other sets this year, the Refractors are all noted. It depends on the collector, but this is a very helpful attribute for many out there.

In addition to a blast of color, Chrome and on-card autographs, the only other thing to find in an average box of 2016 Bowman Draft Baseball would be the various inserts. Most are just carried over from the previous year with an updated design. I do like the upgrade for the Fantasy Impacts which take on a more abstract look. I also appreciated the simple elegance of MLB Draft History.

Checklist: 3.75/5.0

With Draft, the annual complaint is normally along the lines of poor overall team representation or not enough top-round talent. There will always likely be a few teams that get shorted each year but part of that is directly related to the team’s drafting. Of course, since these are some of the youngest players, 2016 Bowman Draft requires patience and it will be years until we can fairly judge the draft class.

For me, the checklist is a good overall offering with plenty of first-round selections, including Chrome autographs for 12 of the first 15 picks. I will say it is a curious decision to omit the second pick from 2016 (Nick Senzel) in both the autograph and base checklist. I know Topps likes to save players for later releases but that was a disappointment.

Value: 3.75/5.0

Part of any value assessment deals directly with what the collector is willing to spend. By removing the standard hobby box, the 2016 decision only involves the $120-ish Jumbo box or the $180-ish Super Jumbo since there is no retail. While both are popular options given the higher autograph totals, completely removing the choice to even obtain the $50-60 hobby box hurts the value for many. It’s not that the Jumbo/Super Jumbo formats are bad but instead more about the fact that collectors like the option to choose and making that decision for them is a slippery slope.

Having said that, the potential is there for both short-term and long-term value and the jumbo-only options push that into overdrive with a mountain of cards.

The Fun Factor: 4.0/5.0

I don’t normally open a ton of Jumbo formats so the brick-like packs were amusing on their own. Beyond that, it is easy to get lost in the stacks of base and chromium cards but the set does a good job of rolling in just enough color and inserts to keep it from becoming boring. Plus, I am a sucker for Chrome. It’s also nice when all three prospect autograph pulls are for players taken in the first two rounds. The specific player yield is not something that sways my overall opinion on a set but it does help make the box-opening experience more fun.

2016 Topps Bowman Draft Baseball Jumbo Box Hit Gallery, NPN & Pack Odds

The box used for this review was provided by Topps.

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2016 Bowman Draft Baseball

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2016 Bowman Draft Baseball Cards, reviewed by Trey Treutel on 2016-12-18T15:00:40+00:00 rating 3.8 out of 5

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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. So I have to wait until Dec 2016?…..When Topps will be out with 2017 Baseball to get it….

  2. Supremely disappointed! I would normally give some of my hard earned money to get a box of this each year. Now I can’t even do that cause I can’t afford a jumbo box! This is an stupid decision for hobbyist, at least some of us. First they take it off retail, which I was ok with, but now this? I love Bowman. It’s all I buy, or used to.

  3. What is the price for the Jumbo and Super Jumbo.

  4. Taking away regular boxes is bad for kids trying to save up money to buy a box. These are your future buyers. I remember when drat used to have rookie cards. I wonder what the reasoning is for this move?

  5. Ripping people off.

  6. Always my favorite box to buy! A little dissapointed at the box options, but I’ll be buying nonetheless. Can’t wait to start ripping.

  7. Disappointed that the Royals have no autographs for the draft picks in this year’s box. I will be avoiding this product

  8. No Nick Senzel other than a box topper. With him being left out, this will be a pass for me.

  9. I buy a lot of this product annually to get signed during the following MiLB season, and it always infuriates me that they leave out top draft picks yet waste 80 cards on prospects who’ve been in the product for multiple years. For example, this year there is no base for Senzel, Groome, or Rutherford in the draft release. Instead we get more of Meadows, Arroyo, etc. Cut out the prospect segment and make it draft picks only, I don’t want to wait for the 2017 Baseball release to get the first Bowman card of guys who should’ve been on the draft checklist.

  10. Nobody cares if you are passing on this product because your favorite nobody prospect isn’t in it.

  11. How do you have a product called “Draft” and not include all the top picks in the base set? The second overall pick is only represented in the box topper set, just as an example. What’s the point of having a separate set from regular Bowman if it isn’t truly distinct and complete?

  12. Another pointless redundant set with many of the same prospects from Bowman and Bowman Chrome included. They need to go back to the 2011 set. Have the Draft Picks as the main focus with some lesser known MLB rookies as the add on. I love the Rockies, but I really don’t need another Forrest Wall or Ryan McMahon this year.

  13. Very nice return by Bowman to a solid prospect set. Not getting alot of love on ebay right now IMO, but I think its going to be a sleeper set.

  14. Product all inclusive , cards evenly distributed. Ibought 4 jumbo boxes & 1 super jumbo box both have fair value for once u get what u pay for highly recommend ed.

  15. Strong checklist, always my favorite of the 3 core Bowman Baseball releases each year.

  16. No short poo rints,.lalready got top pick auto refactor though expensive . every penney.

  17. Greatest…Product…..Ever!

  18. This draft product is the best product I’ve seen come from the draft in years. BAR NONE! Whether it be Bowman, Panini, Leaf, etc. Of course it’s going to cost more. It’s a business and they have to post a profit.
    Just about ALL the top 25 are represented, and then some. And all people do is complain.

  19. I’m rating this product again because ignorant people gave it a bad rating before it even came out. All some collectors seem to do is complain about sometimes the tiniest little things like it’s their past time or something. First off how can you give a product a bad rating without one pack of it having been opened? Second there are still hobby boxes of this product, it’s called buying one pack of super jumbo, that guarantees one auto just as the old hobby boxes did. This is good for 2 reasons. Orange refractors which are my personal favorites are no longer hobby format exclusive and can now be found in both formats. Second a pack of super jumbo is $40 compared to a hobby box which would normally run for $60. If you choose to only buy that one guaranteed auto getting a dud or higher round draft pick doesn’t hurt as bad as if you dropped $60 as before. Third of all as for top draft picks such a Senzel, Groome and Rutherford being held over for 2017 Bowman has been happening for as long as I can remember, just as Bregman was last year, Rodon the year before that and Bryant 3 years before. The solution for that I feel is cutting out paper Bowman and just rolling with 2 Bowman sets every year, Chrome and Draft. That way Chrome combined with regular Bowman would have enough prospect power without having to borrow prospects from Draft and Chromes prospect autograph checklist wouldn’t be watered down and atrocious as it currently sits. Also let’s be honest, how many of us just throw away the base paper Bowman cards and only keep the Chrome anyways? Getting back to how great this Draft product is though I have bought 4 jumbo and 1 super jumbo. I have gotten at least 1 color Refractor Auto in everyone none numbered higher than a /150 Blue! I mean jeez last years Draft I must have opened up 3 cases and received 1 gold, 1 green, 3 or 4 purple and a handful of refractor autos! The color coming out of 16 draft is ridiculous! I’m going to buy as much as I can while the getting is good! To add one thing before I sign off the one grip I agree with is the top prospect section of the base set. Eliminate it! We really don’t need more cards of these guys that have been prospects for 5 years. Make the whole base set of draftees. That’s about it though and on a scale of things it’s minor. So once again this is hands down the greatest product I have ever opened!

  20. Just picked up my first jumbo box, HOT PACK!!! Puk, manning, dunn, quantrill , reed, Smith, ragans black autos /75. Very happy

  21. Not a big fan of draft but thought I might buy a couple of jumbo boxes.
    Product is nice looking but agree with many who do not want to see the same prospects included that have been there for 4 or 5 years now.
    The boxes I opened had a couple of really nice hits including a box topper auto of Braxton Garrett numbered to /35. However I do not buy a box in hopes of scoring a major hit but buy them because I am a set builder and love to collect prospects.

  22. I believe Bowman is awesome! The bottom line is, from my own personal experience, when it comes to rookies since the beginning of this millennium and even the nineties, BOWMAN is by far the best. They are the industry standard, when it comes to rookie cards.

    With that being said, do they have flaws, absolutely. Anytime us humans are involved, there will be flaws.

    For example;
    1.) over priced. There is a difference between making a profit and what I believe, taking advantage of a customer’s loyalty
    2.) and it’s probably not even really grounds for a grievance, because it happens all the time and will happen again and again…leaving a third round draft pick out, like the St. Louis Cardinals phenom, JORDAN HICKS. The only way to avoid this, would be to print every single player drafted, every single year. That’s just not going to happen. Where do you draw the line? 3rd round, 10th round, 20th round? What about the diamonds in the rough. You can’t do it, but you can definitely close that margin. Which leads me to say, that’s what they should be working on. Heck, with all that money they make, they should pour more into research, or hire people like me.

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