2018 Topps Baseball Factory Set Chrome Rookie Variations Gallery

2018 Topps Baseball Factory Set Chrome Rookie Variations Gallery

Providing flagship rookie collectors with a little more to track down, the 2018 Topps Baseball Factory Set Chrome Rookie Variations are exclusive to the 2018 Topps Baseball Complete Set format found at Walmart.

One of several factory set versions that compile the Series 1 and Series 2 base cards, the extra cards waiting inside are the key difference. In this case, there is a full five-card set of base variations, plus one random rookie variation from the six-player Chrome selection. Most exciting is the fact that the variations come in low-numbered Refractor editions, as well. However, the parallel odds are very steep.

The full lineup includes Gold Refractor (#/50; 1:41 boxes), Orange Refractor (#/25; 1:81 boxes), Red Refractor (#/5; 1:391 boxes) and SuperFractor (1/1; 1:1,951 boxes).

You may be wondering if these might be confused with the main 2018 Topps Chrome Baseball cards. Fear not, as Topps has numbered them into the main flagship set, and backs note "Complete Sets" under the card number.

2018 Topps Baseball Factory Set Chrome Rookie Variations Checklist and Gallery

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7 Clint Frazier - New York Yankees

Series 1 Base

Retail Set Chrome Variation

18 Rafael Devers - Boston Red Sox

Series 1 Base

2018 Topps Series 1 Baseball

Retail Set Chrome Variation

63 Amed Rosario - New York Mets

Series 1 Base

Retail Set Chrome Variation

166 Victor Robles - Washington Nationals

Series 1 Base

Retail Set Chrome Variation

259 Rhys Hoskins - Philadelphia Phillies

Series 1 Base

Retail Set Chrome Variation

700 Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels

Series 2 Base

2018 Topps Series 2 Baseball

Retail Set Chrome Variation

 

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