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2019 Bowman Chrome X Baseball Cards - IPO Results

2019 Bowman Chrome X Baseball Cards – IPO Results

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Featuring an exclusive Refractor parallel for top rookies and prospects, 2019 Bowman Chrome X Baseball is a new venture between Topps and the StockX IPO blind auction platform.

Every sealed box contains one card that has been graded PSA 9 or PSA 10. The "initial product offering" from StockX is split into 1,100 boxes and 400 cases for a total of 3,100 boxes overall.

2019 Bowman Chrome X Baseball Set Details

The 2019 Bowman Chrome X Baseball checklist is skip-numbered and features many of the rookies and prospects from the main 2019 Bowman Chrome Baseball set. However, they only come in a Green X-Fractor (#/31) edition that is exclusive to these boxes. The 100-card set contains 35 rookies and 65 prospects.

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A total of 20 top names, including Pete Alonso and Vladimir Guerrero Jr., combine to average one per five-box case.

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2019 Bowman Chrome X Baseball - How It Works

It might seem complicated, but the process for 2019 Bowman Chrome X Baseball is fairly simple. You first need to create a StockX account so you can bid. Then you submit a blind offer for what you are willing to pay for either one box or one five-box case. From there, bids are collected until the auction closes. Finally, StockX reveals the "Clearing Price," which essentially means the lowest winning bid for the 1,100 individual boxes and 400 cases. That amount is the price that all the winners pay rather than specifically the amount they bid.

Bidding for the 2019 Bowman Chrome X Baseball StockX IPO ends on October 30 at 8 PM EST.

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2019 Bowman Chrome X Baseball Cards Results

Although it took a few days for the announcement, the final "Clearing Price" was $50 per box and $300 per case. Each format had over 2,200 bids apiece. As confirmed by StockX, "for bids of equal amount, earlier bids were prioritized."

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Estimated Release Date: October 30, 2019
Product Configuration: 1 graded card per box, 5 boxes per case

2019 Bowman Chrome X Baseball Box Break

  • 1 Graded Card

Set Checklist

2019 Bowman Chrome X Baseball Checklist

  • StockX IPO Box Clearing Price - $50
  • StockX IPO Case Clearing Price - $300

Base Green X-Fractor Rookies Set Checklist

*Case-hit players noted below. All these players combine to average one per case.*
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3 Jake Bauers - Cleveland Indians
5 Jake Cave - Minnesota Twins
7 Christin Stewart - Detroit Tigers
9 DJ Stewart - Baltimore Orioles
10 Brandon Lowe - Tampa Bay Rays
12 Jonathan Loaisiga - New York Yankees
24 Dakota Hudson - St. Louis Cardinals
25 Kyle Tucker - Houston Astros
26 Fernando Tatis Jr. - San Diego Padres *
28 Rowdy Tellez - Toronto Blue Jays
29 Cedric Mullins - Baltimore Orioles
32 Corbin Burnes - Milwaukee Brewers
34 Taylor Ward - Los Angeles Angels
36 Enyel De Los Santos - Philadelphia Phillies
40 Willians Astudillo - Minnesota Twins
42 Keston Hiura - Milwaukee Brewers
45 Griffin Canning - Los Angeles Angels
47 Cal Quantrill - San Diego Padres
48 Pete Alonso - New York Mets *
53 Luis Urias - San Diego Padres
54 Brad Keller - Kansas City Royals
58 Justus Sheffield - Seattle Mariners
59 Jon Duplantier - Arizona Diamondbacks
67 Ramon Laureano - Oakland Athletics
73 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - Toronto Blue Jays *
74 Carter Kieboom - Washington Nationals
76 Kyle Wright - Atlanta Braves
81 Eloy Jimenez - Chicago White Sox *
82 Michael Kopech - Chicago White Sox
84 Austin Riley - Atlanta Braves
88 Danny Jansen - Toronto Blue Jays
89 Touki Toussaint - Atlanta Braves
91 Yusei Kikuchi - Seattle Mariners
92 Ryan O'Hearn - Kansas City Royals
98 Nick Senzel - Cincinnati Reds *


Prospects Green X-Fractor Set Checklist

*Case-hit players noted below. All these players combine to average one per case.*

BCP-151 Royce Lewis - Minnesota Twins *
BCP-154 Bobby Dalbec - Boston Red Sox
BCP-155 Nolan Jones - Cleveland Indians
BCP-156 Tim Tebow - New York Mets
BCP-158 Taylor Trammell - Cincinnati Reds *
BCP-159 Adbert Alzolay - Chicago Cubs
BCP-161 Spencer Howard - Philadelphia Phillies
BCP-163 Alec Bohm - Philadelphia Phillies
BCP-164 Micker Adolfo - Chicago White Sox
BCP-165 Kristian Robinson - Arizona Diamondbacks
BCP-166 Eric Pardinho - Toronto Blue Jays
BCP-167 Jarred Kelenic - Seattle Mariners *
BCP-171 Brice Turang - Milwaukee Brewers
BCP-172 Mitchell White - Los Angeles Dodgers
BCP-173 Nick Madrigal - Chicago White Sox
BCP-174 Joey Bart - San Francisco Giants *
BCP-175 Parker Meadows - Detroit Tigers
BCP-176 Jose Devers - Miami Marlins
BCP-178 Jahmai Jones - Los Angeles Angels
BCP-179 Daulton Varsho - Arizona Diamondbacks
BCP-181 Grayson Rodriguez - Baltimore Orioles
BCP-182 Estevan Florial - New York Yankees *
BCP-185 Jesus Sanchez - Tampa Bay Rays
BCP-186 Alex Kirilloff - Minnesota Twins
BCP-187 Genesis Cabrera - St. Louis Cardinals
BCP-189 Kyle Funkhouser - Detroit Tigers
BCP-190 Nick Pratto - Kansas City Royals
BCP-192 Logan Gilbert - Seattle Mariners
BCP-193 Anderson Tejeda - Texas Rangers
BCP-194 Bo Naylor - Cleveland Indians
BCP-195 Kyle Muller - Atlanta Braves
BCP-196 Ryan Rolison - Colorado Rockies
BCP-199 Tony Santillan - Cincinnati Reds
BCP-200 Victor Victor Mesa - Miami Marlins *
BCP-202 Alejandro Kirk - Toronto Blue Jays
BCP-203 Jordan Yamamoto - Miami Marlins
BCP-204 Isiah Gilliam - New York Yankees
BCP-205 Sixto Sanchez - Miami Marlins
BCP-206 Wander Javier - Minnesota Twins
BCP-207 Corey Ray - Milwaukee Brewers
BCP-208 Aramis Ademan - Chicago Cubs
BCP-210 Hans Crouse - Texas Rangers
BCP-211 Shaun Anderson - San Francisco Giants
BCP-212 Lazaro Armenteros - Oakland Athletics
BCP-213 Triston Casas - Boston Red Sox
BCP-215 Khalil Lee - Kansas City Royals
BCP-217 Jorge Mateo - Oakland Athletics
BCP-218 Luis Gil - New York Yankees
BCP-221 Nolan Gorman - St. Louis Cardinals *
BCP-223 Mason Denaburg - Washington Nationals
BCP-226 Grant Lavigne - Colorado Rockies
BCP-227 Corbin Martin - Houston Astros
BCP-230 Hudson Potts - San Diego Padres
BCP-231 Ryan McKenna - Baltimore Orioles
BCP-233 J.B. Bukauskas - Houston Astros
BCP-234 Bo Bichette - Toronto Blue Jays *
BCP-235 Keibert Ruiz - Los Angeles Dodgers *
BCP-237 Luis Garcia - Philadelphia Phillies *
BCP-239 Brendan McKay - Tampa Bay Rays
BCP-240 Casey Mize - Detroit Tigers *
BCP-241 Deivi Garcia - New York Yankees *
BCP-245 MacKenzie Gore - San Diego Padres *
BCP-248 Shervyen Newton - New York Mets
BCP-249 Clarke Schmidt - New York Yankees
BCP-250 Jo Adell - Los Angeles Angels *


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Todd B
Todd B

This is a pure scam. Bowman and Topps should be ashamed of this stunt.. This is a made up product to give all the chasers some shiny new object. Typical game. Put a 5 dollar card in a PSA package and sell as limited. Read the fine print . Stock X never released the real bids, only the clearing price, which meant they set the price, not the bidders like they were supposed to. If you bought this product, hang your head.

Andy B
Andy B

I won the bid on a box for $50. I have not received the box yet and not sure if I am going to open it or sell it because I see they are going pretty high out there. Any idea on how much a case went for? I put a bid out there for $250 and since I won the box I figured I would have got the case as well. I am kind of disappointed on the whole process, I figured they would have published how much the minimum asking price would have been. Seems pretty shady to me. Stock X is a neat idea but I need to see more before I try an “IPO” like this again.

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