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2017 Topps Dynasty Baseball

2017 Topps Dynasty Baseball Cards

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Greatly emphasizing quality over quantity, 2017 Topps Dynasty Baseball offers a lot despite only having one card in each hobby box.

Just as in the 2016 release, all cards are signed and come in a protective case. The limited format also means that every card is numbered to 10 copies or less.

2017 Topps Dynasty Baseball Autographs

All things considered, the 2017 Topps Dynasty Baseball checklist is fairly simple in that every card is either an autographed relic or a cut signature. Sticking with a horizontal design, the primary option is found in the Dynasty Autograph Patch set. Limited to 10 copies, these also have low-numbered parallels (#/5 and 1/1, respectively).

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Incorporating more premium swatches, Dynasty "On This Day" Autograph Patch cards, numbered to five copies with a one-of-one parallel, feature an MLB Authentication hologram. There are also Dynasty Autographed MLB Silhouetted Batter Logo Patch cards, which debut as a one-of-one logoman chase.

Going a step further, Dynasty Autographed Dual Relic cards have two relics and one signature, while new Dynasty Dual Autographed Patch cards display a pair of signatures and a swatch for each player. Both inserts are limited to five copies with an added one-of-one parallel.

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Reserved for the former greats, Dynasty Cut Signatures and Dynasty Dual Relic Cut Signatures each have just one copy per card.

Release Date: 11/22/2017
Product Configuration: 1 card per pack, 1 pack per box, 5 boxes per case

2017 Topps Dynasty Baseball Hobby Box Break

  • 1 Encased Autograph Relic or Cut Signature

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These are mock-up images and not final cards. Contents and designs are subject to change. 

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Set Checklist

2017 Topps Dynasty Baseball Checklist

Autograph Patches Set Checklist

99 subjects. Some players have multiple versions. Serial numbered #/10.
PARALLEL CARDS: Parallel #/5, Parallel 1/1.
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Aaron Judge - New York Yankees RC
Adam Jones - Baltimore Orioles
Adam Jones - Team USA
Addison Russell - Chicago Cubs
Adrian Beltre - Texas Rangers
Adrian Beltre - Team Dominican Republic
Albert Pujols - Los Angeles Angels
Albert Pujols - St. Louis Cardinals
Alex Bregman - Houston Astros RC
Alex Bregman - Team USA
Alex Rodriguez - New York Yankees
Alex Rodriguez - Seattle Mariners
Andrew Benintendi - Boston Red Sox
Andy Pettitte - New York Yankees
Andy Pettitte - Houston Astros
Anthony Rizzo - Chicago Cubs
Barry Larkin - Cincinnati Reds
Bryce Harper - Washington Nationals
Buster Posey - San Francisco Giants
Buster Posey - Team USA
Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
Carlos Correa - Houston Astros
Carlos Correa - Team Puerto Rico
Chipper Jones - Atlanta Braves
Chris Sale - Boston Red Sox
Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers RC
Corey Seager - Los Angeles Dodgers
Craig Biggio - Houston Astros
Dansby Swanson - Atlanta Braves RC
Dave Winfield - Minnesota Twins
David Ortiz - Boston Red Sox
David Price - Boston Red Sox
David Price - Boston Red Sox
Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
Dustin Pedroia - Boston Red Sox
Edwin Encarnacion - Cleveland Indians
Floyd Mayweather Jr.
Francisco Lindor - Cleveland Indians
Francisco Lindor - Team Puerto Rico
Frank Thomas - Chicago White Sox
Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
Freddie Freeman - Team Canada
Gary Sanchez - New York Yankees
Gary Sheffield - Detroit Tigers
George Springer - Houston Astros
Greg Maddux - Atlanta Braves
Ichiro - New York Yankees
Ichiro - Seattle Mariners
Ichiro - Miami Marlins
Ivan Rodriguez - Texas Rangers
Jacob deGrom - New York Mets
Jason Heyward - Chicago Cubs
Javier Baez - Chicago Cubs
Javier Baez - Team Puerto Rico
Jeff Bagwell - Houston Astros
Jim Thome - Cleveland Indians
Jim Thome - Philadelphia Phillies
Joey Votto - Cincinnati Reds
John Smoltz - Atlanta Braves
Jose Altuve - Houston Astros
Jose Altuve - Team Venezuela
Josh Donaldson - Toronto Blue Jays
Kenta Maeda - Los Angeles Dodgers
Kris Bryant - Chicago Cubs
Kyle Schwarber - Chicago Cubs
Manny Machado - Baltimore Orioles
Manny Machado - Team Dominican Republic
Mark McGwire - Oakland Athletics
Mark McGwire - St. Louis Cardinals
Masahiro Tanaka - New York Yankees
Michael Fulmer - Detroit Tigers
Mike Piazza - New York Mets
Mike Piazza - New York Mets
Mike Piazza - Los Angeles Dodgers
Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
Noah Syndergaard - New York Mets
Nolan Ryan - Houston Astros
Paul Goldschmidt - Arizona Diamondbacks
Pedro Martinez - Boston Red Sox
Pedro Martinez - New York Mets
Randy Johnson - New York Yankees
Reggie Jackson - Oakland Athletics
Rickey Henderson - New York Mets
Rickey Henderson - Boston Red Sox
Robinson Cano - Seattle Mariners
Rod Carew - California Angels
Roger Clemens - Boston Red Sox
Roy Halladay - Philadelphia Phillies
Ryan Braun - Milwaukee Brewers
Ryne Sandberg - Chicago Cubs
Stephen Piscotty - St. Louis Cardinals
Theo Epstein - Chicago Cubs
Tom Glavine - New York Mets
Trea Turner - Washington Nationals
Trevor Story - Colorado Rockies
Yoan Moncada - Chicago White Sox RC
Yoenis Cespedes - New York Mets
Yulieski Gurriel - Houston Astros RC


Autographed MLB Logo Patches Set Checklist

21 cards. Serial numbered 1/1.

Alex Bregman - Houston Astros
Andrew Benintendi - Boston Red Sox
Albert Pujols - Los Angeles Angels
Bryce Harper - Washington Nationals
Buster Posey - San Francisco Giants
Craig Biggio - Houston Astros
Carlos Correa - Houston Astros
Chipper Jones - Atlanta Braves
Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
Corey Seager - Los Angeles Dodgers
Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
David Ortiz - Boston Red Sox
Ichiro - Miami Marlins
Jacob deGrom - New York Mets
Kris Bryant - Chicago Cubs
Manny Machado - Baltimore Orioles
Mike Piazza - New York Mets
Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
Omar Vizquel - Cleveland Indians
Pedro Martinez - Boston Red Sox
Trevor Story - Colorado Rockies


Autographed Dual Relics Set Checklist

11 cards. Serial numbered #/5.
PARALLEL CARDS: Parallel 1/1.
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Andre Dawson - Chicago Cubs
Bo Jackson - Chicago White Sox
Don Mattingly - New York Yankees
Hank Aaron - Milwaukee Brewers
Johnny Bench - Cincinnati Reds
Lou Brock - St. Louis Cardinals
Ozzie Smith - St. Louis Cardinals
Omar Vizquel - Seattle Mariners
Rod Carew - California Angels
Ryne Sandberg - Chicago Cubs
Steve Carlton - Philadelphia Phillies


Dual Autographed Patches Set Checklist

8 cards. Serial numbered #/5.
PARALLEL CARDS: Parallel 1/1.

DAP-CB Carlos Correa - Houston Astros
Alex Bregman - Houston Astros
DAP-CBE Andrew Benintendi - Boston Red Sox
Roger Clemens - Boston Red Sox
DAP-CM Roger Clemens - Boston Red Sox
Pedro Martinez - Boston Red Sox
DAP-JI Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
Ichiro - New York Yankees
DAP-MS John Smoltz - Atlanta Braves
Greg Maddux - Atlanta Braves
DAP-RM Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
Manny Machado - Baltimore Orioles
DAP-TB Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
Kris Bryant - Chicago Cubs
DAP-TP Albert Pujols - Los Angeles Angels
Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels


On This Day Autograph Patches Set Checklist

5 cards. Serial numbered #/5.
PARALLEL CARDS: Parallel 1/1.

Carlos Correa - Houston Astros
Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
Corey Seager - Los Angeles Dodgers
Ichiro - Miami Marlins
Manny Machado - Baltimore Orioles


Cut Signatures Set Checklist

99 cards. Serial numbered 1/1.

DCS-AB Al Barlick
DCS-AD Alvin Dark - New York Giants
DCS-AL Al Lopez - Chicago White Sox
DCS-BD Bill Dickey - New York Yankees
DCS-BDO Bobby Doerr - Boston Red Sox
DCS-BF Bob Feller - Cleveland Indians
DCS-BG Burleigh Grimes - Brooklyn Dodgers
DCS-BH Billy Herman - Chicago Cubs
DCS-BK Bowie Kuhn
DCS-BL Buck Leonard
DCS-BM Bobby Murcer - New York Yankees
DCS-BO Buck O'Neil
DCS-BR Babe Ruth - New York Yankees
DCS-BT Bill Terry - New York Giants
DCS-BTH Bobby Thomson - New York Giants
DCS-BV Bill Veeck - Chicago White Sox
DCS-CF Carl Furillo - Brooklyn Dodgers
DCS-CG Charlie Gehringer - Detroit Tigers
DCS-CH Carl Hubbell - New York Giants
DCS-CHU Catfish Hunter - New York Yankees
DCS-CM Christy Mathewson - New York Giants
DCS-CS Casey Stengel - New York Yankees
DCS-CY Cy Young - Boston Red Sox
DCS-DD Dizzy Dean - St. Louis Cardinals
DCS-DDR Don Drysdale - Los Angeles Dodgers
DCS-DS Duke Snider - Brooklyn Dodgers
DCS-DW Dick Williams - Baltimore Orioles
DCS-EA Earl Averill - Cleveland Indians
DCS-EB Ernie Banks - Chicago Cubs
DCS-EC Earle Combs - New York Yankees
DCS-EH Ernie Harwell - Detroit Tigers
DCS-EM Eddie Mathews - Milwaukee Braves
DCS-ES Enos Slaughter - St. Louis Cardinals
DCS-EW Earl Weaver - Baltimore Orioles
DCS-EWY Early Wynn - Cleveland Indians
DCS-FC Frank Crosetti - New York Yankees
DCS-GC Gary Carter - New York Mets
DCS-GH Gil Hodges - Brooklyn Dodgers
DCS-GK George Kell - Detroit Tigers
DCS-HC Happy Chandler
DCS-HG Hank Greenberg - Detroit Tigers
DCS-HN Hal Newhouser - Detroit Tigers
DCS-HW Honus Wagner - Pittsburgh Pirates
DCS-HWI Hoyt Wilhelm - Chicago White Sox
DCS-JB Jim Bunning - Detroit Tigers
DCS-JD Joe DiMaggio - New York Yankees
DCS-JF Jimmie Foxx - Boston Red Sox
DCS-JJ Judy Johnson
DCS-JM Joe Medwick - St. Louis Cardinals
DCS-JMC Joe McCarthy - New York Yankees
DCS-JMI Johnny Mize - St. Louis Cardinals
DCS-JN Joe Niekro - Houston Astros
DCS-JR Jackie Robinson - Brooklyn Dodgers
DCS-JT Jim Thorpe - New York Giants
DCS-KP Kirby Puckett - Minnesota Twins
DCS-LB Lou Boudreau - Cleveland Indians
DCS-LD Larry Doby - Cleveland Indians
DCS-LDA Leon Day
DCS-LDU Leo Durocher - New York Giants
DCS-LG Lefty Grove - Boston Red Sox
DCS-LGE Lou Gehrig - New York Yankees
DCS-LGO Lefty Gomez - New York Yankees
DCS-MC Max Carey - Pittsburgh Pirates
DCS-MI Monte Irvin - New York Giants
DCS-MP Milt Pappas - Chicago Cubs
DCS-NL Nap Lajoie - Cleveland Naps
DCS-PR Phil Rizzuto - New York Yankees
DCS-PWR Pee Wee Reese - Brooklyn Dodgers
DCS-RA Richie Ashburn - Philadelphia Phillies
DCS-RB Red Barber - Brooklyn Dodgers
DCS-RC Roberto Clemente - Pittsburgh Pirates
DCS-RF Rick Ferrell - St. Louis Browns
DCS-RH Rogers Hornsby - St. Louis Cardinals
DCS-RK Ralph Kiner - Pittsburgh Pirates
DCS-RM Roger Maris - New York Yankees
DCS-RMA Rube Marquard - New York Giants
DCS-RR Red Ruffing - New York Yankees
DCS-RRO Robin Roberts - Philadelphia Phillies
DCS-RS Ron Santo - Chicago Cubs
DCS-SC Stan Coveleski - Cleveland Indians
DCS-SJW Smoky Joe Wood - Boston Red Sox
DCS-SM Stan Musial - St. Louis Cardinals
DCS-SO Sadaharu Oh
DCS-SP Satchel Paige - Cleveland Indians
DCS-SR Sam Rice - Washington Senators
DCS-TC Ty Cobb - Detroit Tigers
DCS-TJ Travis Jackson - New York Giants
DCS-TL Ted Lyons - Washington Senators
DCS-TM Tug McGraw - New York Mets
DCS-TS Tris Speaker - Cleveland Indians
DCS-TW Ted Williams - Boston Red Sox
DCS-WA Walter Alston - Los Angeles Dodgers
DCS-WG Warren Giles
DCS-WH Waite Hoyt - New York Yankees
DCS-WJ Walter Johnson - Washington Senators
DCS-WS Warren Spahn - Milwaukee Braves
DCS-WST Willie Stargell - Pittsburgh Pirates
DCS-ZW Zack Wheat - Brooklyn Dodgers
DCS-LA Luke Appling - Chicago White Sox


Dual Relic Cut Signatures Set Checklist

10 cards. Serial numbered 1/1.
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DRCS-EB Ernie Banks - Chicago Cubs
DRCS-EM Eddie Mathews - Milwaukee Braves
DRCS-HW Honus Wagner - Pittsburgh Pirates
DRCS-JD Joe DiMaggio - New York Yankees
DRCS-JR Jackie Robinson - Brooklyn Dodgers
DRCS-NL Nap Lajoie - Cleveland Naps
DRCS-RC Roberto Clemente - Pittsburgh Pirates
DRCS-SM Stan Musial - St. Louis Cardinals
DRCS-TW Ted Williams - Boston Red Sox
DRCS-WS Warren Spahn - Milwaukee Braves


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Trey is 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.

User Reviews


Chris….now that is extremely cool to get that Benintendi!! You had to buy at least a few boxes to happen to score that. Say 4 boxes at $85 = $340 give or take. Now your spending the money right back up there with the “certified insane” people who are “boerd out of their minds”. Buying box after box to get that one you can sell on eBay for hundreds of dollars is six one way / half a dozen the other on the entire topic. We are all in the same boat in our own ways. The common theme is what we do with our money in the hobby, choice, ultimate goals…..etc. The thrill of deciding to buy 1 box and take a chance is exciting, like Willy Wonka and the golden ticket. It just comes down to what captures you, what your budget is and your overall position as a collector. I’m more irritated not at the card mfg price points. I get more irritated when I see individuals trying to retire off of a low number, auto Trout, Bryant, Judge…..etc. But there again who am I to put down someone who wants to see what they can get for something.


Christopher… Poaching and Trolling I would say is a bit over the top to describe what you assume I’m doing. Also as far as me bashing ones who complain about the price is in response to them bashing people who would have to be “certified insane” or “bored out of there mind” to be such a fool to purchase a dynasty or any other product THEY find not at all worth it. I agree if you take a chance on trying to catch that big fish and buy a box, only to receive a card that you will have to flip on eBay for a fraction of the price, yes that is rough. I am personally a huge Josh Donaldson fan and was excited he was in this years checklist. It was an automatic I was going to get one of him regardless. So I happen to find a seller who had a really nice 1/5 with a unique enough patch section, signature…..etc and I bought it. He had it for sale for $75. I was shocked and jumped right on it. It made my day. I guess I technically “trolled” around for the right one at the right time with an incredible price, but hey that’s what it was listed for. Now whoever originally paid for the box (maybe a live box break) situation, yes of course $385 or so to $75 is a major loss. Confirming your overall point about box price VS card value. My point was just that we all know they are pricey just like many other products. It just comes down to what roll you want to play in the mix of it all. Anyone who has ever bought a single player card at a great price, has taken advantage of the original box buyer.


Go ahead and bash away; I stand by my criticisms. Other Topps products offer much more value (and cards per pack) for a fifth the price of this one card gimmickry. For example, earlier this year I pulled a HUGE, and I mean, HUGE MLB Logo Man Wrist Band Patch Book Auto Benintendi 1/1 from Inception earlier this year. No Dynasty card of a current player can match it. The patch is 3 inches by 2 inches. I paid $85 for the box.


Brad…you can’t pick up a “legit star for $100-200”!!! The price tag is $380 per card. So bashing the person before for complaining about price when you’re too cheap to buy a box and only troll for those who are instantly losing $200 so you can buy the $100 “legit star” is just proving their point. You just let someone else pay the $385 and poach from the lack of value Topps puts in a $400 box for a single card.


Ok is it just me or are there so many more cards with sick patches in this 2017 set than last year? Whats the point of chasing a sick patch, when they are all sick. Also, there is a 1/1 trout with an authentic patch along with MLB holo that tells you that patch is from a March 13th spring training game, common now spring training???. Not to mention there is no significance behind that game for Trout either.


Collecting Benintendi this year. Does anyone know how many cards he has from this set? I’ve seen at least four different versions of his card but his name is only listed once on the checklist (other than the 1/1 MLB patch card). All four on eBay are serial numbered to 10, and the ones that have pics of the backs have different numbers. I did see the note that some cards have multiple versions but I was just trying to find out if anyone knows any more information. Thanks…


I do agree Andrew, yeah the lack of overall variation would be my one of my only complaints. I always get frustrated when I’m looking around for cards and find that the patch choices, colors, designs, photos used……etc aren’t unique and varied enough. Especially if your looking to get a true 1/1 or a /5 and paying what your paying, I want to be like “Wow, now that is awesome” You want to truly feel like you’ve got something special. The patch relics in high end cards is honestly one of my things too. I’m not sure if the card companies are given an entire jersey to cut cards patches from or what. If they do, I would spend more time and effort in choosing more unique sections. Unfortunately, it seems card companies know that all they really need to do is press that 1/1 or 1 of 1 into the card and that’s all it takes to sell to the highest bidder.


My complaint isnt about the names in the checklist, not about the design, not about the price. My complaint is this and it applies to most high end products. How can you put out 5 of a card, same color, same layout slightly different patch, and call it a 1/1, when at the same time you put out a to 5, or to 10 card the same way. Go on eBay right now and you’ll find 2 1/1 ichiro mlb logo patch autos with the only difference being the color of the patch.


Already here we go with the “too expensive” quips and weak one liners. Just because you can’t justify it or can’t afford it, anyone that can and would are insane fools blinded by hype. I am beyond happy Josh Donaldson is in this checklist (not a mediocre player). Obviously if you only shoot for a Judge, Trout, Bryant, Harper…..etc you will unfortunately pay WAY above and beyond. With that said you can pick up a sick card from a legit “star” for $100-200. Not the worse thing in the world to add to your collection. If that’s still too much then you always have the Luminaries, National Treasures, Five Star, Topps Tier One….etc. Checklists will always not impress everyone. Player images maybe used from card set to card set and patch relics come from wherever. With that said all and all I think they are great. Images are crystal clear, cardstock is quality, low numbers, hard signed, multi color patches, bit of info on the back of card and encased. Pretty much everything one would look for in a card (other than year by year stats or whatever else) Complaining about the price is old. If these go beyond your sensibility then move on.


Only 1,858 cards produced at $335 per, and mostly mediocre stars, once again. You need to be certified insane or insanely wealthy and bored out of your mind to fall for this.

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