2019 Topps 150 Years of Baseball Cards Checklist

2019 Topps 150 Years of Baseball Cards Checklist

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2019 Topps 150 Years of Baseball looks back on 15 decades of MLB greatness. The online cards are sold for seven days each, with three new cards issued every Tuesday.

Although the 150 Years of Baseball line is new for 2019, it appears to be a hybrid of Topps Now, which focuses on key moments and milestones from the current year, and Topps Living Set, which has the same selling format of three cards per week and looks at key names across MLB history.

2019 Topps 150 Years of Baseball Set Details

One crucial difference for Topps 150 Years of Baseball is the pricing. While collectors have become very familiar with the $9.99 cost per card in the Now arena, 150 Years of Baseball drops that to $7.99 like Topps Living Set. Each card comes printed on 16-point stock.

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And although the print-to-order set sticks with the history of the game, it breaks down the selection into themed subsets such as Artist Renditions, Historic Moments, Records and Award Winners, and Rookie Campaigns.

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As such, the card might focus on a particular player's big game, rookie year, impressive season or career milestone.

The third week of the set brought with it the Historic Moments card for Cal Ripken that paid tribute to his consecutive games record. These also have a limited signed version with print runs of 99 and less for the six different parallels, including Base Autograph (#/99), Green Autograph (#/49), Purple Autograph (#/25), Red Autograph (#/10), Orange Autograph (#/5), and Gold Autograph (1/1).

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2019 Topps 150 Years of Baseball Checklist

Print runs (PR) will be added when known. Buy on Topps.

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1 Babe Ruth - Yankees: 60 HRs in a Single Season (1927) - PR=2,611
2 Sandy Koufax - Dodgers: Koufax Pitches a Perfect Game (9/9/1965) - PR=2,415
3 Mike Trout - Angels: Rookie Campaigns (2012) - PR=2,741
4 Nolan Ryan - Astros: MLB Record 5,714 Career Strikeouts - PR=1,603
5 Ichiro Suzuki - Mariners: Japanese Star Makes MLB Debut (April 2, 2001) - PR=1,555
6 Mark McGwire - Athletics: Rookie Campaign (1987) - PR=1,208
7 Carl Yastrzemski - Red Sox: AL MVP (1967) - PR=920
7 Cal Ripken Jr - Orioles: Ironman's 2131st Consecutive Game (9/6/1995) - PR=1,030
8A/F Cal Ripken Jr Autograph * (Versions: #/99, #/49, #/25, #/10, #/5, 1/1)
9 Willie McCovey - Giants: Rookie Campaigns (1959) - PR=855
10 George Brett - Royals: American League MVP (1980) - PR=1,265
11 Hank Aaron - Braves: 715th HR Breaks Ruth's Record in Home Opener (4/8/1974) - PR=1,306
12 Bryce Harper - Nationals: Rookie Campaigns (2012) - PR=1,261
13 Dwight Gooden -  Mets: National League Cy Young (1985) - PR=1,064
14 Rickey Henderson - Athletics: Breaks Stolen Base Record (5/1/91) - PR=1,104
15 Johnny Bench - Reds: Rookie Campaigns (1968) - PR=1,110
16 Roger Maris - Yankees: 61 HRs Sets Single-Season Record (1961) - PR=1,174
17 Jackie Robinson - Dodgers: Robinson Breaks the Color Barrier (4/15/1947) - PR=1,231
18 Albert Pujols - Angels: Rookie Campaigns (2001) - PR=1,104
19 Bob Gibson - Cardinals: Modern-Era Best 1.12 ERA (1968) - PR=1,013
20 Carlton Fisk - Sox: Waves Walk-Off HR Fair in Game 6 of World Series (10/21/1975) - PR=1,042
21 Ty Cobb - Tigers: Artist Renditions - PR=1,549
22 Ken Griffey Jr. - Mariners: AL MVP Award Winner (1997) - PR=1,145
22A/F Ken Griffey Jr. Autograph * (Versions - #/99, #/49, #/25, #/10, #/5, 1/1)
23 Bill Mazeroski - Pirates: World Series Game 7 Walk-Off HR (10/13/1960) - PR=960
24 Aaron Judge - Yankees: Rookie Campaigns (2017) - PR=1,342
25 Stan Musial - Cardinals: NL MVP Award Winner (1943) - PR=1,019
26 Miguel Cabrera - Tigers: Cabrera Earns the First Triple Crown in 45 years (10/3/2012) - PR=1,039
27 Lou Gehrig - Yankees: Artist Renditions - PR=1,579
28 Pedro Martinez - Red Sox: AL Cy Young Award Winner (2000) - PR=816
29 Enos Slaughter - Cardinals: Scores Go-Ahead Run from 1st in World Series Game 7 (10/15/1946) - PR=793
30 Tim Raines - Expos: Rookie Campaigns (1981) - PR=809
31 Steve Carlton - Phillies: NL Cy Young Award Winner (1972) - PR=925
32 Chicago Cubs: End Longest World Series Title Drought in History (11/2/2016) - PR=1,058
33 Roberto Clemente - Pirates: Artist Renditions - PR=1,541
34 Don Mattingly - Yankees: AL MVP Award Winner (1985) - PR=976
34A/F Don Mattingly Autograph * (Versions - #/99, #/49, #/25, #/10, #/5, 1/1)
35 Catfish Hunter - Athletics: Throws 1st Perfect Game in the AL Since 1922 (5/8/1968) - PR=790
36 Frank Robinson - Reds: Rookie Campaigns (1956) - PR=821
37 Ernie Banks - Cubs: NL MVP Award Winner (1958) - PR=967
38 Cecil Fielder - Tigers: Hits HR Out of Tiger Stadium (8/25/1990) - PR=883
39 Ted Williams - Red Sox: Artist Renditions - PR=1,432
40 Justin Verlander - Tigers: AL MVP Award Winner (2011) - PR=867
41 Willie Mays - Giants: "The Catch" Preserves Tie in Game 1 of World Series (9/29/1954) - PR=1,015
42 Mike Piazza - Dodgers: Rookie Campaigns (1993) - PR=817
43 Ichiro - Mariners: MLB Single-Season Record 262 Hits (2004) - PR=858
44 Roger Clemens - Red Sox: Becomes 1st Player in MLB History to Strike Out 20 Batters (4/29/1986) - PR=788
45 Duke Snider - Brooklyn Dodgers: Artist Renditions - PR=992
46 Nolan Ryan - Rangers: MLB Record Seven No-Hitters - PR=973
46A/F Nolan Ryan Autograph * (Versions - #/99, #/49, #/25, #/10, #/5, 1/1)
47 David Freese - Cardinals: Ties World Series Game 6, Hits Walk-Off (10/27/2010) - PR=783
48 Darryl Strawberry - Mets: Rookie Campaigns (1983) - PR=799
49 Sammy Sosa - Cubs: Most HRs in a Single Month in MLB History - PR=738
50 Phil Niekro - Yankees: Alters Pitching Style, Secures 300th Win - PR=730
51 Harmon Killebrew - Twins: Artist Renditions - PR=1,012
52 John Smoltz - Braves: Only Pitcher in MLB History with 200 Wins and 150 Saves - PR=811
53 Lou Gehrig - Yankees: Retires with "Luckiest Man on the Face of the Earth" Speech (7/4/1939) - PR=1,005
54 Shohei Ohtani - Angels: Rookie Campaigns (2018) - PR=1,128
55 Eric Gagne - Dodgers: MLB Record 84 Consecutive Saves Converted - PR=725
56 Derek Jeter - Yankees: HR Marks 3,000th Career Hit in 5-for-5 Game (7/9/2011) - PR=1,156
57 Bob Feller - Indians: Artist Renditions - PR=1,023
58 Jose Canseco - Athletics: 1st Player in MLB History to Reach 40 HRs, 40 SBs in a Season - PR=754
59 Ryne Sandberg - Cubs: Totals 2 HRs, 7 RBI in Famous "Sandberg Game" (6/23/1984) - PR=921
59 Ryne Sandberg Autograph * (Versions - #/99, #/49, #/25, #/10, #/5, 1/1)
60 Ralph Kiner - Pirates: Rookie Campaigns (1946) - PR=735
61 Whitey Ford - Yankees: MLB Record 10 World Series Winning Decisions - PR=748
62 Ozzie Smith - Cardinals: Walk-Off HR in Game 5 of NLCS (10/14/1985) - PR=745
63 Wade Boggs - Red Sox: Rookie Campaigns (1982) - PR=708
64 George Brett - Royals: Only Player Ever to Win a Batting Title in 3 Decades - PR=881
65 Roy Halladay - Phillies: No-Hitter in 1st Postseason Start (10/6/2010) - PR=905
66 Jackie Robinson - Dodgers: Artist Renditions - PR=1,333
67 Randy Johnson - Diamondbacks: NL Cy Young Award Winner (2002) - PR=685
68 Bartolo Colon - Mets: Oldest Player to Hit 1st Career HR (5/7/2016) - PR=717
69 Carlos Correa - Astros: Rookie Campaigns (2015) - PR=711
70 Frank Thomas - White Sox: AL MVP Award Winner (1994) - PR=808
70A/F Frank Thomas Autograph * (Versions - #/99, #/49, #/25, #/10, #/5, 1/1)
71 Sandy Koufax - Dodgers: CG SHO Seals World Series Title (10/14/1965) - PR=855
72 Tom Seaver - Mets: Artist Renditions - PR=1,179
73 Rollie Fingers - Brewers: NL MVP Award Winner (1981) - PR=752
74 Trevor Hoffman - Brewers: 1st Player Ever to Reach 600 Saves (9/7/2010) - PR=743
75 Babe Ruth - Yankees: Artist Renditions - PR=1,619
76 Tom Glavine - Braves: World Series MVP Award Winner (1995) - PR=677
77 Don Larsen - Yankees: Only Perfect Game Ever in World Series (10/8/1956) - PR=759
78 Nomar Garciaparra - Red Sox: Rookie Campaigns (1997) - PR=672
79 Brooks Robinson - Orioles: AL MVP Award Winner (1964) - PR=756
80 Derek Jeter - Yankees: "The Flip" to Nab Giambi Keeps Yankees Alive in ALDS (10/13/2001) - PR=942
81 Roy Campanella - Dodgers: Artist Renditions - PR=1,181
82 Johnny Bench - Reds: NL MVP Award Winner (1970) - PR=871
82A/F Johnny Bench Autograph * (Versions - #/99, #/49, #/25, #/10, #/5, 1/1)
83 David Ortiz - Red Sox: Walk-Off HR Keeps Team Alive in ALCS (10/17/2004) - PR=785
84 Cody Bellinger - Dodgers: Rookie Campaigns (2017) - PR=786
85 Barry Larkin - Reds: NL MVP Award Winner (1995) - PR=806
86 Mariano Rivera - Yankees: 602nd Save Breaks All-Time Record (10/19/2011) - PR=914
87 Cal Ripken Jr - Orioles: Artist Renditions - PR=1,161
88 Tony Gwynn - Padres: 1994 MLB Batting Title (.394) - PR=728
89 Jackie Robinson - Dodgers: Steals Home in Game 1 of World Series (9/28/1955) - PR=801
90 Tony Oliva - Twins: Rookie Campaigns (1964) - PR=712
91 Dennis Eckersley - Athletics: AL MVP Award Winner (1992) - PR=664
92 Kerry Wood - Cubs: Matches MLB Record with 20 Ks in a Game (5/6/1998) - PR=729
93 Willie Mays - NY Giants: Artists Renditions - PR=1,159
94 Rickey Henderson - Athletics: MLB Record 2,295 Runs Scored - Shop Topps
94A/F Rickey Henderson Autograph * (Versions - #/99, #/49, #/25, #/10, #/5, 1/1) - Shop Topps
95 Reggie Jackson - Yankees: "Mr. October" Hits 3 HRs in World Series Game 6 (10/18/1977) - Shop Topps
96 Ryan Braun - Brewers: Rookie Campaigns (2007) - Shop Topps

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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+.

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    Hideous design , don’t they have the same topic isn’t Topps 2019 series 1 , boring bland , will be surprised if it makes a full run. Also no rookie cards

  2. Author

    Design isn’t bad, reminds me of 1991 fleer, but blue. This is a sleeper set, mark my words, it is very unpopular right now so print runs are going to end up extremely short print. Also, can’t wait to see the artists illustrated cards… hoping it ties into what fleet did in the 90s… then that would be awesome. Autos are nice to be included. Not popular, but might be a good thing when the artists proof cards come. This set isn’t made for rookies also, I think you are missing the point of the set.

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    What a surprise.

    Another product that topps puts out that they will discriminate against my team and not include any cards in this set for.

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