2019 Topps Chrome Baseball Cards

2019 Topps Chrome Baseball Cards

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According to Topps, 2019 Topps Chrome Baseball is "bigger and better than ever." The chromium MLB release again offers hard-signed autographs and many Refractor parallels to chase.

Matching 2018, the 2019 edition includes Hobby boxes with two autographs and Hobby Jumbo boxes with five autographs.

2019 Topps Chrome Baseball Base

Taking the main design and key subjects from MLB flagship Series 1 and Series 2, 2019 Topps Chrome Baseball promises a base lineup with a robust assortment of Refractor parallels. Many of the rarest options are exclusive to Hobby and Hobby Jumbo formats. And there are Retail-only Sepia (4 per Value Blaster Box) and Pink Refractors (3 per Value Pack) to track down.

2019 Topps Chrome Baseball Base Refractor Parallels Breakdown

  • Refractor
  • Prism Refractor
  • Sepia Refractor (Value Blaster)
  • Pink Refractor (Value Packs)
  • Negative Refractor (Limited)
  • Purple Refractor - #/299
  • Blue Refractor - #/150
  • Green Refractor - #/99
  • Green Wave -#/99 (Hobby/Jumbo)
  • Blue Wave - #/75 (Hobby/Jumbo)
  • Gold Refractor - #/50
  • Gold Wave - #/50 (Hobby/Jumbo)
  • Orange Refractor - #/25 (Hobby)
  • Orange Wave - #/25 (Hobby/Jumbo)
  • Red Refractor - #/5
  • Red Wave - #/5 (Hobby/Jumbo)
  • SuperFractor - 1/1
  • Printing Plates - 1/1

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There are also Image Variation cards for some of the key subjects in the base set.

2019 Topps Chrome Baseball Inserts

Insert cards add even more choices to the 2019 Topps Chrome Baseball checklist. 1984 Topps honors 35 years since the '80s design debuted. The set features names from the Series 1 insert, as well as new rookies and veterans.

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Rising standouts come via Freshman Flash, specifically for rookie players, and Future Stars. In addition, Greatness Returns is a new insert that combines former legends and current superstars in a dual format.

The inserts are also issued as Green Refractor (#/99), Gold Refractor (#/50), Orange Refractor (#/25), Red Refractor (#/5) and SuperFractor (1/1) parallels. However, the Green version of Greatness Returns is only in Retail and the Future Stars SuperFractor is exclusive to Hobby and Hobby Jumbo.

2019 Topps Chrome Baseball Autographs / Relics

While the base cards, parallels and inserts all have their fans, on-card content remains the driving force behind 2019 Topps Chrome Baseball. The Rookie Autograph set naturally features some of the top first-year talent. There are many colorful parallels, as well, including colors exclusive to Hobby, Hobby Jumbo or Retail.

2019 Topps Chrome Baseball Rookie Autograph Refractor Parallels

  • Refractor #/499
  • Purple Refractor - #/250
  • Blue Refractor #/150
  • Blue Wave Refractor - #/150
  • Green Refractor - #/99 (Retail)
  • Gold Refractor - #/50
  • Gold Wave - #/50 (Hobby/Jumbo)
  • Orange Refractor - #/25 (Hobby)
  • Orange Wave - #/25 (Hobby/Jumbo)
  • Red Refractor - #/5
  • Red Wave - #/5 (Hobby/Jumbo)
  • SuperFractor - 1/1 (Hobby/Jumbo)
  • Printing Plates - 1/1

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Limited to 25 copies, the Dual Rookie Autograph cards showcase two RC signatures, adding Red Refractor (#/5) and SuperFractor (1/1) parallels.

Signed versions of the inserts supply even more on-card autographs. This includes numbered Freshman Flash Autographs (#/99), Future Stars Autographs (#/99) and 1984 Topps Baseball Autographs.

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On top of that, 2019 Topps Chrome Baseball pays tribute to the 20th anniversary of the 1999 TC product with 1999 Topps Chrome Baseball Autographs.

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Each signed set offers Orange Refractor (#/25), Red Refractor (#/5), SuperFractor (1/1) and Printing Plate (1/1) parallels.

New in 2019 Topps Chrome Baseball, Debut Gear falls one per Hobby case and chronicles the first MLB team for past and present stars. These relic cards have Hobby-only Green Refractor (#/99), Orange Refractor (#/25), Red Refractor (#/5), SuperFractor (1/1) and Printing Plate (1/1) parallels, plus numbered Autographs.

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Release Date: July 31, 2019
Hobby Configuration: 4 cards per pack, 24 packs per box, 12 boxes per case
Jumbo Configuration:
 13 cards per pack, 12 packs per box, 8 boxes per case

2019 Topps Chrome Baseball Hobby Box Break

  • 2 Autographs

2019 Topps Chrome Baseball Hobby Jumbo Box Break

  • 5 Autographs

 

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Set Checklist

2019 Topps Chrome Baseball Checklist

Base Set Checklist

204 cards.
REFRACTOR PARALLELS: Base Refractor, Prism, Sepia (Blaster), Pink (Value Pack), Negative, Purple #/299, Blue #/150, Green #/99, Green Wave #/99 (Hobby/Jumbo), Blue Wave #/75 (Hobby/Jumbo), Gold #/50, Gold Wave #/50 (Hobby/Jumbo), Orange #/25 (Hobby), Orange Wave #/25 (Hobby/Jumbo), Red #/5, Red Wave #/5 (Hobby/Jumbo), SuperFractor 1/1, Printing Plates 1/1.
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1 Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels
2 Rowdy Tellez - Toronto Blue Jays RC
3 Hunter Renfroe - San Diego Padres
4 Andrelton Simmons - Los Angeles Angels
5 Dylan Bundy - Baltimore Orioles
6 Reese McGuire - Toronto Blue Jays RC
7 Maikel Franco - Philadelphia Phillies
8 Brandon Nimmo - New York Mets
9 David Peralta - Arizona Diamondbacks
10 Jesus Aguilar - Milwaukee Brewers
11 Whit Merrifield - Kansas City Royals
12 Brian Anderson - Miami Marlins
13 Harrison Bader - St. Louis Cardinals
14 Joe Panik - San Francisco Giants
15 J.P. Crawford - Seattle Mariners
16 Christian Yelich - Milwaukee Brewers
17 Michael Kopech - Chicago White Sox RC
18 Starling Marte - Pittsburgh Pirates
19 Alex Bregman - Houston Astros
20 Jose Altuve - Houston Astros
21 Shane Greene - Detroit Tigers
22 Gary Sanchez - New York Yankees
23 Zack Greinke - Arizona Diamondbacks
24 Josh Hader - Milwaukee Brewers
25 Kris Bryant - Chicago Cubs
26 Nomar Mazara - Texas Rangers
27 Albert Pujols - Los Angeles Angels
28 Justin Verlander - Houston Astros
29 Lorenzo Cain - Milwaukee Brewers
30 Francisco Arcia - Chicago Cubs RC
31 Joey Votto - Cincinnati Reds
32 Max Muncy - Los Angeles Dodgers
33 Victor Robles - Washington Nationals
34 Alex Avila - Arizona Diamondbacks
35 Danny Jansen - Toronto Blue Jays RC
36 Paul DeJong - St. Louis Cardinals
37 Willians Astudillo - Minnesota Twins RC
38 Joey Gallo - Texas Rangers
39 Kyle Tucker - Houston Astros RC
40 Ronald Guzman - Texas Rangers
41 Chris Davis - Baltimore Orioles
42 George Springer - Houston Astros
43 Zack Cozart - Los Angeles Angels
44 Carlos Santana - Cleveland Indians
45 Tommy Pham - Tampa Bay Rays
46 Matt Chapman - Oakland Athletics
47 Trey Mancini - Baltimore Orioles
48 Javier Baez - Chicago Cubs
49 Mychal Givens - Baltimore Orioles
50 Mookie Betts - Boston Red Sox
51 Yadier Molina - St. Louis Cardinals
52 Cedric Mullins - Baltimore Orioles RC
53 Ryan O'Hearn - Kansas City Royals RC
54 Brad Keller - Kansas City Royals RC
55 Josh James - Houston Astros RC
56 Bryse Wilson - Atlanta Braves RC
57 Ozzie Albies - Atlanta Braves
58 Scooter Gennett - Cincinnati Reds
59 Jacob deGrom - New York Mets
60 Joey Rickard - Baltimore Orioles
61 Jesse Winker - Cincinnati Reds
62 Cionel Perez - Houston Astros RC
63 Jeimer Candelario - Detroit Tigers
64 Carlos Correa - Houston Astros
65 Colin Moran - Pittsburgh Pirates
66 Matt Olson - Oakland Athletics
67 Max Kepler - Minnesota Twins
68 Francisco Lindor - Cleveland Indians
69 Christin Stewart - Detroit Tigers RC
70 Lucas Giolito - Chicago White Sox
71 Jake Bauers - Cleveland Indians RC
72 Justin Upton - Los Angeles Angels
73 Yusei Kikuchi - Seattle Mariners RC
74 Edwin Diaz - New York Mets
75 Daniel Ponce de Leon - St. Louis Cardinals RC
76 Blake Snell - Tampa Bay Rays
77 Andrew McCutchen - Philadelphia Phillies
78 Taylor Ward - Los Angeles Angels RC
79 Dean Deetz - Houston Astros RC
80 Eugenio Suarez - Cincinnati Reds
81 Jorge Polanco - Minnesota Twins
82 Buster Posey - San Francisco Giants
83 Matt Boyd - Detroit Tigers
84 Corbin Burnes - Milwaukee Brewers RC
85 Josh Donaldson - Atlanta Braves
86 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
87 Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
88 Kevin Kramer - Pittsburgh Pirates RC
89 Jose Abreu - Chicago White Sox
90 Walker Buehler - Los Angeles Dodgers
91 David Dahl - Colorado Rockies
92 Franmil Reyes - San Diego Padres
93 Trevor Richards - Miami Marlins RC
94 Evan Longoria - San Francisco Giants
95 Nicholas Castellanos - Detroit Tigers
96 Xander Bogaerts - Boston Red Sox
97 Heath Fillmyer - Kansas City Royals RC
98 Luis Severino - New York Yankees
99 Kolby Allard - Atlanta Braves RC
100 Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
101 Edwin Encarnacion - Seattle Mariners
102 Yonder Alonso - Chicago White Sox
103 Odubel Herrera - Philadelphia Phillies
104 Matt Duffy - Tampa Bay Rays
105 Enyel De Los Santos - Philadelphia Phillies RC
106 Corey Seager - Los Angeles Dodgers
107 Trevor Bauer - Cleveland Indians
108 Miguel Andujar - New York Yankees
109 Chance Adams - New York Yankees RC
110 Justus Sheffield - Seattle Mariners RC
111 Kyle Schwarber - Chicago Cubs
112 Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
113 Ian Desmond - Colorado Rockies
114 Byron Buxton - Minnesota Twins
115 Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
116 Jake Lamb - Arizona Diamondbacks
117 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
118 Lourdes Gurriel Jr. - Toronto Blue Jays
119 Sandy Alcantara - Miami Marlins
120 Kyle Wright - Atlanta Braves RC
121 Josh Rogers - Baltimore Orioles RC
122 Lewis Brinson - Miami Marlins
123 Jose Berrios - Minnesota Twins
124 Nolan Arenado - Colorado Rockies
125 Brandon Belt - San Francisco Giants
126 Nick Burdi - Pittsburgh Pirates RC
127 Jose Ramirez - Cleveland Indians
128 Marcus Stroman - Toronto Blue Jays
129 Aramis Garcia - San Francisco Giants RC
130 Anthony Rizzo - Chicago Cubs
131 Noah Syndergaard - New York Mets
132 Aaron Sanchez - Toronto Blue Jays
133 J.D. Martinez - Boston Red Sox
134 Kevin Newman - Pittsburgh Pirates RC
135 DJ Stewart - Baltimore Orioles RC
136 Sean Reid-Foley - Toronto Blue Jays RC
137 Kevin Pillar - Toronto Blue Jays
138 Mitch Haniger - Seattle Mariners
139 Paul Goldschmidt - St. Louis Cardinals
140 Max Scherzer - Washington Nationals
141 Luis Urias - San Diego Padres RC
142 Billy Hamilton - Kansas City Royals
143 Taijuan Walker - Arizona Diamondbacks
144 Blake Treinen - Oakland Athletics
145 Nick Markakis - Atlanta Braves
146 Patrick Wisdom - Texas Rangers RC
147 Eddie Rosario - Minnesota Twins
148 Dakota Hudson - St. Louis Cardinals RC
149 Carlos Martinez - St. Louis Cardinals
150 Steven Duggar - San Francisco Giants RC
151 Brandon Lowe - Tampa Bay Rays RC
152 Jeff McNeil - New York Mets RC
153 Wil Myers - San Diego Padres
154 Manny Margot - San Diego Padres
155 Juan Soto - Washington Nationals
156 Kyle Seager - Seattle Mariners
157 Elvis Andrus - Texas Rangers
158 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
159 Gregory Polanco - Pittsburgh Pirates
160 Charlie Blackmon - Colorado Rockies
161 Jake Cave - Minnesota Twins RC
162 Josh Bell - Pittsburgh Pirates
163 Patrick Corbin - Washington Nationals
164 Adalberto Mondesi - Kansas City Royals
165 Chris Sale - Boston Red Sox
166 Hunter Dozier - Kansas City Royals
167 Stephen Piscotty - Oakland Athletics
168 Jonathan Loaisiga - New York Yankees RC
169 Dansby Swanson - Atlanta Braves
170 Sean Manaea - Oakland Athletics
171 Starlin Castro - Miami Marlins
172 Dawel Lugo - Detroit Tigers RC
173 Chris Shaw - San Francisco Giants RC
174 Eric Hosmer - San Diego Padres
175 Trea Turner - Washington Nationals
176 Aaron Nola - Philadelphia Phillies
177 Justin Smoak - Toronto Blue Jays
178 Ramon Laureano - Oakland Athletics RC
179 Willy Adames - Tampa Bay Rays
180 Kevin Kiermaier - Tampa Bay Rays
181 David Fletcher - Los Angeles Angels RC
182 Jacob Nix - San Diego Padres RC
183 Trevor Story - Colorado Rockies
184 Rafael Devers - Boston Red Sox
185 Kyle Hendricks - Chicago Cubs
186 Tim Anderson - Chicago White Sox
187 Ryan Borucki - Toronto Blue Jays RC
188 Corey Kluber - Cleveland Indians
189 Orlando Arcia - Milwaukee Brewers
190 Brandon Crawford - San Francisco Giants
191 Rougned Odor - Texas Rangers
192 Raisel Iglesias - Cincinnati Reds
193 Robinson Cano - New York Mets
194 Jameson Taillon - Pittsburgh Pirates
195 Rhys Hoskins - Philadelphia Phillies
196 Dee Gordon - Seattle Mariners
197 Touki Toussaint - Atlanta Braves RC
198 Salvador Perez - Kansas City Royals
199 Jose Urena - Miami Marlins
200 Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
201 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - Toronto Blue Jays RC
202 Eloy Jimenez - Chicago White Sox RC
203 Fernando Tatis Jr. - San Diego Padres RC
204 Pete Alonso - New York Mets RC

 

Base Image Variations Set Checklist

1 Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels
2 Rowdy Tellez - Toronto Blue Jays
16 Christian Yelich - Milwaukee Brewers
17 Michael Kopech - Chicago White Sox
25 Kris Bryant - Chicago Cubs
31 Joey Votto - Cincinnati Reds
39 Kyle Tucker - Houston Astros
48 Javier Baez - Chicago Cubs
50 Mookie Betts - Boston Red Sox
57 Ozzie Albies - Atlanta Braves
59 Jacob deGrom - New York Mets
64 Carlos Correa - Houston Astros
69 Christin Stewart - Detroit Tigers
71 Jake Bauers - Cleveland Indians
73 Yusei Kikuchi - Seattle Mariners
100 Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
110 Justus Sheffield - Seattle Mariners
112 Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
117 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
124 Nolan Arenado - Colorado Rockies
141 Luis Urias - San Diego Padres
155 Juan Soto - Washington Nationals
195 Rhys Hoskins - Philadelphia Phillies
197 Touki Toussaint - Atlanta Braves
200 Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels

 

2019 Topps Chrome Baseball Autograph Checklist

Rookie Autographs Set Checklist

76 cards.
REFRACTOR PARALLELS: Base Refractor #/499, Purple #/250, Blue #/150, Blue Wave #/150, Green #/99 (Retail), Gold #/50, Gold Wave #/50 (Hobby/Jumbo), Orange #/25 (Hobby), Orange Wave #/25 (Hobby/Jumbo), Red #/5, Red Wave #/5 (Hobby/Jumbo), SuperFractor 1/1 (Hobby/Jumbo), Printing Plates 1/1.
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RA-AC Adam Cimber - Cleveland Indians
RA-AD Austin Dean - Miami Marlins
RA-AG Adolis Garcia - St. Louis Cardinals
RA-AGA Aramis Garcia - San Francisco Giants
RA-AR Austin Riley - Atlanta Braves
RA-BK Brad Keller - Kansas City Royals
RA-BL Brandon Lowe - Tampa Bay Rays
RA-BR Brendan Rodgers - Colorado Rockies
RA-BW Bryse Wilson - Atlanta Braves
RA-CA Chance Adams - New York Yankees
RA-CB Corbin Burnes - Milwaukee Brewers
RA-CM Cedric Mullins - Baltimore Orioles
RA-CP Cionel Perez - Houston Astros
RA-CPA Chris Paddack - San Diego Padres
RA-CS Chris Shaw - San Francisco Giants
RA-CST Christin Stewart - Detroit Tigers
RA-DF David Fletcher - Los Angeles Angels
RA-DH Dakota Hudson - St. Louis Cardinals
RA-DJ Danny Jansen - Toronto Blue Jays
RA-DL Dawel Lugo - Detroit Tigers
RA-DP Daniel Poncedeleon - St. Louis Cardinals
RA-DS DJ Stewart - Baltimore Orioles
RA-DSA Dennis Santana - Los Angeles Dodgers
RA-EDL Enyel De Los Santos - Philadelphia Phillies
RA-EJ Eloy Jimenez - Chicago White Sox
RA-FA Francisco Arcia - Los Angeles Angels
RA-FT Fernando Tatis Jr. - San Diego Padres
RA-FV Framber Valdez - Houston Astros
RA-GC Griffin Canning - Los Angeles Angels
RA-HF Heath Fillmyer - Kansas City Royals
RA-IG Isaac Galloway - Miami Marlins
RA-JB Jake Bauers - Cleveland Indians
RA-JBE Jalen Beeks - Tampa Bay Rays
RA-JC Jake Cave - Minnesota Twins
RA-JD Jon Duplantier - Arizona Diamondbacks
RA-JJ Josh James - Houston Astros
RA-JL Jonathan Loaisiga - New York Yankees
RA-JM Jeff McNeil - New York Mets
RA-JN Jacob Nix - San Diego Padres
RA-JR Josh Rogers - Baltimore Orioles
RA-JS Jeffrey Springs - Texas Rangers
RA-JSH Justus Sheffield - Seattle Mariners
RA-KA Kolby Allard - Atlanta Braves
RA-KH Keston Hiura - Milwaukee Brewers
RA-KK Kevin Kramer - Pittsburgh Pirates
RA-KN Kevin Newman - Pittsburgh Pirates
RA-KT Kyle Tucker - Houston Astros
RA-KW Kyle Wright - Atlanta Braves
RA-LU Luis Urias - San Diego Padres
RA-MK Michael Kopech - Chicago White Sox
RA-MKE Mitch Keller - Pittsburgh Pirates
RA-MS Myles Straw - Houston Astros
RA-NB Nick Burdi - Pittsburgh Pirates
RA-NC Nicholas Ciuffo - Tampa Bay Rays
RA-NS Nick Senzel - Cincinnati Reds
RA-PA Peter Alonso - New York Mets
RA-PL Pablo Lopez - Miami Marlins
RA-PW Patrick Wisdom - St. Louis Cardinals
RA-RB Ray Black - San Francisco Giants
RA-RBO Ryan Borucki - Toronto Blue Jays
RA-RL Ramon Laureano - Oakland Athletics
RA-RM Reese McGuire - Toronto Blue Jays
RA-ROH Ryan O'Hearn - Kansas City Royals
RA-RT Rowdy Tellez - Toronto Blue Jays
RA-SD Steven Duggar - San Francisco Giants
RA-SG Stephen Gonsalves - Minnesota Twins
RA-SRF Sean Reid-Foley - Toronto Blue Jays
RA-TB Ty Buttrey - Los Angeles Angels
RA-TP Thomas Pannone - Toronto Blue Jays
RA-TR Trevor Richards - Miami Marlins
RA-TT Touki Toussaint - Atlanta Braves
RA-TW Taylor Ward - Los Angeles Angels
RA-VGJ Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - Toronto Blue Jays
RA-WA Willians Astudillo - Minnesota Twins
RA-WS Will Smith - Los Angeles Dodgers
RA-YK Yusei Kikuchi - Seattle Mariners

 

Dual Rookie Autographs Set Checklist

8 cards. Serial numbered #/25.
REFRACTOR PARALLELS: Red #/5, SuperFractor 1/1.

DRA-AW Kolby Allard - Atlanta Braves
DRA-AW Kyle Wright - Atlanta Braves
DRA-FA Francisco Arcia - Los Angeles Angels
DRA-FA David Fletcher - Los Angeles Angels
DRA-GJ Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - Toronto Blue Jays
DRA-GJ Eloy Jimenez - Chicago White Sox
DRA-JT Rowdy Tellez - Toronto Blue Jays
DRA-JT Danny Jansen - Toronto Blue Jays
DRA-KO Ryan O'Hearn - Kansas City Royals
DRA-KO Brad Keller - Kansas City Royals
DRA-LB Brandon Lowe - Tampa Bay Rays
DRA-LB Jake Bauers - Tampa Bay Rays
DRA-PH Dakota Hudson - St. Louis Cardinals
DRA-PH Daniel Poncedeleon - St. Louis Cardinals
DRA-TU Luis Urias - San Diego Padres
DRA-TU Fernando Tatis Jr. - San Diego Padres

 

1984 Topps Baseball Autographs Checklist

20 cards. Serial numbered.
REFRACTOR PARALLELS: Orange #/25, Red #/5, SuperFractor 1/1, Printing Plates 1/1.
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84TCA-AJ Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
84TCA-AR Anthony Rizzo - Chicago Cubs
84TCA-CM Cedric Mullins - Baltimore Orioles
84TCA-EJ Eloy Jimenez - Chicago White Sox
84TCA-FTJ Fernando Tatis Jr. - San Diego Padres
84TCA-I Ichiro - Seattle Mariners
84TCA-JB Jake Bauers - Cleveland Indians
84TCA-JD Jacob deGrom - New York Mets
84TCA-JS Justus Sheffield - Seattle Mariners
84TCA-JSO Juan Soto - Washington Nationals
84TCA-JU Justin Upton - Los Angeles Angels
84TCA-KA Kolby Allard - Atlanta Braves
84TCA-KT Kyle Tucker - Houston Astros
84TCA-MK Michael Kopech - Chicago White Sox
84TCA-MT Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
84TCA-NS Noah Syndergaard - New York Mets
84TCA-RAJ Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
84TCA-SO Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels
84TCA-VGJ Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - Toronto Blue Jays
84TCA-WM Whit Merrifield - Kansas City Royals

 

1999 Topps Chrome Baseball Autographs Checklist

16 cards. Serial numbered.
REFRACTOR PARALLELS: Orange #/25, Red #/5, SuperFractor 1/1, Printing Plates 1/1.
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99TCA-AB Adrian Beltre - Texas Rangers
99TCA-BW Bernie Williams - New York Yankees
99TCA-FTJ Fernando Tatis Jr. - San Diego Padres
99TCA-JA Jose Altuve - Houston Astros
99TCA-JS Justus Sheffield - Seattle Mariners
99TCA-JSO Juan Soto - Washington Nationals
99TCA-KA Kolby Allard - Atlanta Braves
99TCA-KB Kris Bryant - Chicago Cubs
99TCA-MK Michael Kopech - Chicago White Sox
99TCA-MM Mark McGwire - St. Louis Cardinals
99TCA-PG Paul Goldschmidt - St. Louis Cardinals
99TCA-PM Pedro Martinez - Boston Red Sox
99TCA-RAJ Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
99TCA-SO Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels
99TCA-VGJ Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - Toronto Blue Jays
99TCA-YM Yadier Molina - St. Louis Cardinals

 

Freshman Flash Autographs Set Checklist

21 cards. Serial numbered #/99.
REFRACTOR PARALLELS: Orange #/25, Red #/5, SuperFractor 1/1, Printing Plates 1/1.
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FFA-BK Brad Keller - Kansas City Royals
FFA-BL Brandon Lowe - Tampa Bay Rays
FFA-CA Chance Adams - New York Yankees
FFA-CM Cedric Mullins - Baltimore Orioles
FFA-CS Chris Shaw - San Francisco Giants
FFA-CST Christin Stewart - Detroit Tigers
FFA-DF David Fletcher - Los Angeles Angels
FFA-DH Dakota Hudson - St. Louis Cardinals
FFA-DJ Danny Jansen - Toronto Blue Jays
FFA-FA Francisco Arcia - Los Angeles Angels
FFA-FTJ Fernando Tatis Jr. - San Diego Padres
FFA-JB Jake Bauers - Tampa Bay Rays
FFA-JS Justus Sheffield - Seattle Mariners
FFA-KA Kolby Allard - Atlanta Braves
FFA-KT Kyle Tucker - Houston Astros
FFA-KW Kyle Wright - Atlanta Braves
FFA-MK Michael Kopech - Chicago White Sox
FFA-RL Ramon Laureano - Oakland Athletics
FFA-ROH Ryan O'Hearn - Kansas City Royals
FFA-RT Rowdy Tellez - Toronto Blue Jays
FFA-VGJ Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - Toronto Blue Jays

 

Future Stars Autographs Set Checklist

13 cards. Serial numbered #/99.
REFRACTOR PARALLELS: Orange #/25, Red #/5, SuperFractor 1/1, Printing Plates 1/1.
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FSA-AM Austin Meadows - Tampa Bay Rays
FSA-CK Carson Kelly - St. Louis Cardinals
FSA-DB David Bote - Chicago Cubs
FSA-DC Dylan Cozens - Philadelphia Phillies
FSA-DR Dereck Rodriguez - San Francisco Giants
FSA-FR Franmil Reyes - San Diego Padres
FSA-JS Juan Soto - Washington Nationals
FSA-LGJ Lourdes Gurriel Jr. - Toronto Blue Jays
FSA-MM Miles Mikolas - St. Louis Cardinals
FSA-RAJ Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
FSA-SK Scott Kingery - Philadelphia Phillies
FSA-SO Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels
FSA-WA Willy Adames - Tampa Bay Rays

 

2019 Topps Chrome Baseball Relic / Auto Relic Checklist

 

Debut Gear Relics Set Checklist

37 cards. 1 per Hobby case.
REFRACTOR PARALLELS: Green #/99, Orange #/25, Red #/5, SuperFractor 1/1, Printing Plates 1/1.
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DG-AB Adrian Beltre - Los Angeles Dodgers
DG-AC Aroldis Chapman - Cincinnati Reds
DG-AM Andrew McCutchen - Pittsburgh Pirates
DG-AP Albert Pujols - St. Louis Cardinals
DG-AR Alex Rodriguez - Seattle Mariners
DG-BD Brian Dozier - Minnesota Twins
DG-CF Carlton Fisk - Boston Red Sox
DG-CK Craig Kimbrel - Atlanta Braves
DG-CS Chris Sale - Chicago White Sox
DG-DG Didi Gregorius - Arizona Diamondbacks
DG-DM Daniel Murphy - New York Mets
DG-EL Mike Piazza - Los Angeles Dodgers
DG-GM Greg Maddux - Chicago Cubs
DG-GS Giancarlo Stanton - Florida Marlins
DG-I Ichiro - Seattle Mariners
DG-IK Ian Kinsler - Texas Rangers
DG-IR Ivan Rodriguez - Texas Rangers
DG-JD Josh Donaldson - Oakland Athletics
DG-JH Jason Heyward - Atlanta Braves
DG-JM J.D. Martinez - Detroit Tigers
DG-JS Jean Segura - Milwaukee Brewers
DG-JSC Jonathan Schoop - Baltimore Orioles
DG-JV Justin Verlander - Detroit Tigers
DG-MM Manny Machado - Baltimore Orioles
DG-MMC Mark McGwire - Oakland Athletics
DG-MMO Mike Moustakas - Kansas City Royals
DG-MO Marcell Ozuna - Miami Marlins
DG-MS Max Scherzer - Detroit Tigers
DG-NC Nelson Cruz - Texas Rangers
DG-NG Nomar Garciaparra - Boston Red Sox
DG-RC Robinson Cano - New York Yankees
DG-RCL Roger Clemens - Boston Red Sox
DG-RH Rickey Henderson - Oakland Athletics
DG-VGS Vladimir Guerrero - Montréal Expos
DG-WM Wil Myers - Tampa Bay Rays
DG-YD Yu Darvish - Texas Rangers
DG-YM Yoan Moncada - Boston Red Sox

 

Debut Gear Relic Autographs Set Checklist

19 cards. Serial numbered.

DG-AB Adrian Beltre - Los Angeles Dodgers
DG-AM Andrew McCutchen - Pittsburgh Pirates
DG-AP Albert Pujols - St. Louis Cardinals
DG-AR Alex Rodriguez - Seattle Mariners
DG-CF Carlton Fisk - Boston Red Sox
DG-CS Chris Sale - Chicago White Sox
DG-DG Didi Gregorius - Arizona Diamondbacks
DG-EL Mike Piazza - Los Angeles Dodgers
DG-I Ichiro - Seattle Mariners
DG-IK Ian Kinsler - Detroit Tigers
DG-IR Ivan Rodriguez - Texas Rangers
DG-JS Jean Segura - Milwaukee Brewers
DG-MMC Mark McGwire - Oakland Athletics
DG-MO Marcell Ozuna - Miami Marlins
DG-RCL Roger Clemens - Boston Red Sox
DG-RH Rickey Henderson - Oakland Athletics
DG-TP Tommy Pham - St. Louis Cardinals
DG-VGS Vladimir Guerrero Sr. - Montréal Expos
DG-WC Will Clark - San Francisco Giants

 

2019 Topps Chrome Baseball Insert Checklist

 

1984 Topps Baseball Set Checklist

25 cards.
REFRACTOR PARALLELS: Green #/99, Gold #/50, Orange #/25, Red #/5, SuperFractor 1/1.
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84TC-1 Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
84TC-2 Juan Soto - Washington Nationals
84TC-3 Michael Kopech - Chicago White Sox
84TC-4 Cedric Mullins - Baltimore Orioles
84TC-5 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
84TC-6 Jacob deGrom - New York Mets
84TC-7 Joey Votto - Cincinnati Reds
84TC-8 Matt Chapman - Oakland Athletics
84TC-9 Anthony Rizzo - Chicago Cubs
84TC-10 Justin Upton - Los Angeles Angels
84TC-11 Luis Urias - San Diego Padres
84TC-12 Noah Syndergaard - New York Mets
84TC-13 Giancarlo Stanton - New York Yankees
84TC-14 Ichiro - Seattle Mariners
84TC-15 Whit Merrifield - Kansas City Royals
84TC-16 Francisco Lindor - Cleveland Indians
84TC-17 Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
84TC-18 Kyle Tucker - Houston Astros
84TC-19 Yusei Kikuchi - Seattle Mariners
84TC-20 Mookie Betts - Boston Red Sox
84TC-21 Jake Bauers - Cleveland Indians
84TC-22 Kolby Allard - Atlanta Braves
84TC-23 Justus Sheffield - Seattle Mariners
84TC-24 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
84TC-25 Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels

 

Freshman Flash Set Checklist

15 cards.
REFRACTOR PARALLELS: Green #/99, Gold #/50, Orange #/25, Red #/5, SuperFractor 1/1.
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FF-1 Kyle Tucker - Houston Astros
FF-2 Christin Stewart - Detroit Tigers
FF-3 Chance Adams - New York Yankees
FF-4 Kyle Wright - Atlanta Braves
FF-5 Jake Bauers - Cleveland Indians
FF-6 Cedric Mullins - Baltimore Orioles
FF-7 Rowdy Tellez - Toronto Blue Jays
FF-8 Yusei Kikuchi - Seattle Mariners
FF-9 Ramon Laureano - Oakland Athletics
FF-10 Kolby Allard - Atlanta Braves
FF-11 Chris Shaw - San Francisco Giants
FF-12 Justus Sheffield - Seattle Mariners
FF-13 Ryan O'Hearn - Kansas City Royals
FF-14 Michael Kopech - Chicago White Sox
FF-15 Luis Urias - San Diego Padres

 

Future Stars Set Checklist

20 cards.
REFRACTOR PARALLELS: Green #/99, Gold #/50, Orange #/25, Red #/5, SuperFractor 1/1 (Hobby).
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FS-1 Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels
FS-2 Willy Adames - Tampa Bay Rays
FS-3 Miles Mikolas - St. Louis Cardinals
FS-4 David Bote - Chicago Cubs
FS-5 Lourdes Gurriel Jr. - Toronto Blue Jays
FS-6 Nick Kingham - Pittsburgh Pirates
FS-7 Freddy Peralta - Milwaukee Brewers
FS-8 Dereck Rodriguez - San Francisco Giants
FS-9 Austin Meadows - Tampa Bay Rays
FS-10 Juan Soto - Washington Nationals
FS-11 Sandy Alcantara - Miami Marlins
FS-12 Franmil Reyes - San Diego Padres
FS-13 Dylan Cozens - Philadelphia Phillies
FS-14 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
FS-15 Isiah Kiner-Falefa - Texas Rangers
FS-16 Brian Anderson - Miami Marlins
FS-17 Scott Kingery - Philadelphia Phillies
FS-18 Amed Rosario - New York Mets
FS-19 Carson Kelly - Arizona Diamondbacks
FS-20 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves

 

Greatness Returns Set Checklist

15 cards.
REFRACTOR PARALLELS: Gold #/50, Orange #/25, Red #/5, SuperFractor 1/1.
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GRE-1 Andrew Benintendi - Boston Red Sox
GRE-1 Carl Yastrzemski - Boston Red Sox
GRE-2 Nolan Ryan - Houston Astros
GRE-2 Justin Verlander - Houston Astros
GRE-3 Nolan Ryan - California Angels
GRE-3 Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels
GRE-4 Bob Gibson - St. Louis Cardinals
GRE-4 Max Scherzer - Washington Nationals
GRE-5 Roberto Alomar - Cleveland Indians
GRE-5 Francisco Lindor - Cleveland Indians
GRE-6 Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
GRE-6 Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
GRE-7 Ty Cobb - Detroit Tigers
GRE-7 Bryce Harper - Philadelphia Phillies
GRE-8 Hank Aaron - Atlanta Braves
GRE-8 Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
GRE-9 Robin Yount - Milwaukee Brewers
GRE-9 Christian Yelich - Milwaukee Brewers
GRE-10 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
GRE-10 Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
GRE-11 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
GRE-11 Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
GRE-12 Ted Williams - Boston Red Sox
GRE-12 Mookie Betts - Boston Red Sox
GRE-13 Giancarlo Stanton - New York Yankees
GRE-13 Reggie Jackson - New York Yankees
GRE-14 Javier Baez - Chicago Cubs
GRE-14 Ernie Banks - Chicago Cubs
GRE-15 Sandy Koufax - Los Angeles Dodgers
GRE-15 Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers

 

 

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Shop for 2019 Topps Chrome Baseball Hobby Boxes

Each hobby box is slated to have:

  • 2 Autographs

Here are the top deals on hobby boxes currently listed on eBay.

2019 Topps Chrome Baseball Factory Sealed Hobby Box 2 AUTOS 24 Packs $88.002019 Topps Chrome Baseball Cards 37
2019 Topps Chrome Baseball Sealed 24 Pack HOBBY Box with (2) CHROME AUTOGRAPHS! $86.002019 Topps Chrome Baseball Cards 37
2019 Topps Chrome Baseball Hobby Box $89.992019 Topps Chrome Baseball Cards 37
2019 Topps Chrome Baseball Hobby Box 2 Autos Guerrero Tatis Alonso Eloy Riley $90.002019 Topps Chrome Baseball Cards 37
2019 Topps Chrome Baseball Hobby box sealed 2 autographs per box 24 pks 4 cards $96.002019 Topps Chrome Baseball Cards 37

 

Shop for 2019 Topps Chrome Baseball Jumbo Boxes

Each Jumbo box is slated to have:

  • 5 Autographs

Here are the top deals on hobby boxes currently listed on eBay.

2019 Topps Chrome Baseball Jumbo Hobby box Sealed 5 autographs 12 packs 13 cards $199.992019 Topps Chrome Baseball Cards 37
2019 Topps Chrome Baseball Jumbo hobby box Factory Sealed $199.992019 Topps Chrome Baseball Cards 37
2019 Topps Chrome Baseball Factory Sealed Unopened JUMBO Hobby Box (5) AUTOS $199.992019 Topps Chrome Baseball Cards 37
2019 Topps Chrome Baseball Jumbo HTA Box $199.992019 Topps Chrome Baseball Cards 37
2019 Topps Chrome Baseball Sealed Jumbo Box 5 Autographs $204.992019 Topps Chrome Baseball Cards 37

 

Shop for 2019 Topps Chrome Baseball Retail Boxes

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2019 Topps Chrome Baseball Blaster Box (8 Packs 4 Cards - 4 Sepia Refractors) $15.702019 Topps Chrome Baseball Cards 37
2019 Topps Chrome Baseball Blaster Box (8 Packs 4 Cards - 4 Sepia Refractors) $18.902019 Topps Chrome Baseball Cards 37
2019 Topps Chrome Baseball sealed blaster box w Sepia Pack $15.002019 Topps Chrome Baseball Cards 37
2019 Topps Chrome Baseball 8ct Blaster Box factory sealed $19.452019 Topps Chrome Baseball Cards 37
2019 Topps Chrome Baseball Factory Sealed Blaster Box $19.572019 Topps Chrome Baseball Cards 37

Author Trey Treutel  |  E-Mail Author
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. Author

    I think otani’s card outta exell but so as some of this card their owesom where do you get such a good idea.

  2. Author

    Topps is the king of ruining good ideas. On the ‘debut gear’ card: “Item may not be from player’s debut season” . What is the point? OK, then it’s not debut gear. At least their honest. Ugh.

  3. Author

    Just to get rid of those old relics they have from players’ old teams is my guess

  4. Author

    Will there be the Wal-Mart mega boxes again with “X-Fractor” cards? I only ask because I don’t see those listed in the parallels.

  5. Author

    What we know is listed. I have not seen anything about X-Fractor parallels this year.

  6. Author

    Easy set for A’s team collectors, 6 base cards, 1 rookie auto card, no base variations, 1 1984 subset card and unfortunately no 1984 auto of Matt Chapman, the only A’s player in the 1984 subset. Oh and of course, NO cards OR auto’s of players including HoFer’s, who actually played in 1984 in the ’84 subset either…

  7. Author

    why doesn’t topps do players only cards, set should be around 500 cards. eliminate league leaders, playoffs, all star cards which are useless & other sub-set cards.

  8. Author

    We’re all the new rookies? Or this year’s rc are not that good? Only 5 I can think are ok

  9. Author

    If 201-204 are Sp Rookies I might quit Topps products, they try and make them difficult to pull in flagship and now it seems they’re taking that route in other important brands. I’m sorry, no one should have to spend over the hobby price to keep searching for just one of those sp rookies. They are making update a weaker product, those rookies cards will not carry the same value as SPs

  10. Author

    This is something I’ll stay away from until the price comes down (if the price comes down). There’s just not enough in the checklist for me to justify spending upwards of $110 on a hobby box that will likely provide me with 2 rookie autos of guys I’ve never heard of. Some will get nice hits but they will be few and far between. Topps continues to water down their products by increasing production of cards that no one collects. This is more like a $75-$80 per hobby box product IMO. Good luck to those ripping into this next week!

  11. Author

    Best 👍 product of the year 📦
    topps Chrome it fun to open it 😃
    shiny cards ⭐️ Good value 💵 amazing rookie this years Alonzo Guerrero tatis jr love ❤️ this product thanks Topps 🧸

  12. Author

    Come on Topps, Optic can include Nick Senzel
    Carter Kieboom, Keston Hiura, Austin Riley – Brendan Rodgers – Why can’t you.

  13. Author

    John is so correct..
    Topps clearly does not care in making sure this is the best set.. as it once was..
    Panini needs to get the logos permission and MLB needs to tell Topps they are ancient history based on how many reprints they insist on making..

    Optic hot boxes – 5 autos at the price of 3 .. and most times they are 3-4 with color
    but
    Topps makes you pay triple $ to get 5 autos and almost always just 1 color if you are lucky. sux to spend $250 for a 5 jumbo box and get all non-ref autos..
    meanwhile all the break sites hit color like crazy..

  14. Author

    Topps doesnt make you pay anything , prices get driven up by demand & stupid *** group breaks – which have RUINED this once amazing hobby. I dont get why people whine on here so much, dont like it /think its watered down etc? than dont freaking buy it. just buy singles of what you want on ebay , its WAYYY cheaper anyway.

  15. Author

    I agree…this isn’t a terrible price…the hobby is being DESTROYED by group breaks…not only do they drive up the price but I have . feeling that they somehow get preferential boxes off the line as they are always the ones getting the good!

  16. Author

    Chrome used to be great break but looking back at the amount of I have dropped on this product the last couple of years, it is simply not worth the money. Way, way too many autographs of players that only their momma’s will ever know who they are. Skipping this year’s product. Actually most products Topps puts out now are watered down from previous years.

  17. Author

    Two reasons why breakers get the majority of the best stuff. First, they make backdoor agreements with the manufactures. Second manufactures want to weed out wholesale distributors/card shops and sale directly to breakers at the prices that the wholesalers sale at up to full retail prices. Just to show you how corrupt the card industry is Allen & Ginter X was sold out before I even got the email that it was available.

  18. Author

    How is Bryce Harper not worthy of a base card in this set over players like Alex Avila, Joey Rickard, Colin Morin, and Jose Urena?

  19. Author

    The hobby is definitely rigged. I believe I’ll be walking away soon. These guys know exactly where the best hits are in the cases. It’s not a coincidence that the dealers and breakers get the best hits. I’ve always like these chrome cards, but the hobby as a whole is terribly unbalanced.

  20. Author

    Maybe your getting boxes that have already been gone through and resealed. You gotta know where its coming from. You cant just order the cheapest hobby box on ebay. With everybody having a vaccume sealer in thier house, Its too easy to reseal packs now days. Then, even when you get it from a trusted sorce, you gotta go over it and make sure its sealed. If it looks tampered with, or if its not sealed in plastic that says “topps” all over it, in blue, then send it back. Then, check the packs, each one of them should be uniform and look like they were sealed by a machine. Cause they were. No tears around the seams, all seams. No dimples in the middle of the packs, they shouldn’t look like they have been handled. Also look for uniformity amongst the packs. Nothing different should be noticeable about the packs, unless of coarse the odd one is a hit of some kind. You got to watch these crooks, and there are a lot of them in this hobby, and most of them use ebay for a tool. Of coarse your going to pay a little more, but thats how it goes, criminals want and usually need to offload quickly. So they are going to under bid, and why not? Thier product is a scam anyway. Ever since I started being vigilant about this, ive started getting awsome hits, and all the time. I just got a smoltz auto book in a A&G hobby box the other day. Those are going for $300 on ebay right now. Also found a stained glass mini, and a framed mini auto, along with a bunch of #’ed cards and short prints and parallels, all in the same box. So I now they’re out there. You just gotta be 100% that your box hasn’t been messed with between the factory and you. When I get my box’s, im just looking for ay reason at all just to send it back, all I need is one reason. Hell, if im just getting a bad vibe from a box, ill send it back.

  21. Author

    so refractor and color autos are
    499 – 250 – 150 – 150 – 99 – 50 – 50 – 25 – 25 – 5 – 5 – 1
    thats 1300 autos per 76 signers just for the base rookie autos before you get to all other inserts auto thats like 99000 autos
    I was at a game recently – and player X was signing and he has an auto in this – we talked about how many and how long it took him to sign all the autos .. he said this (Chrome) was the biggest batch by far so far

    the regular batch was double the size of the batch with all the numbered versions..
    so I am guessing another 2500 non ref auto

    what it makes me say is that autos and mem cards used to justify box prices going into the triple digits and more.. but if they are making this insane amount of product..
    then this is way WAY overpriced
    a 2 auto box should be $40 a box and a five auto box should only be like $90..
    any more and its WAY TOO MUCH based on this crazy production ..
    wont be buying this anymore..

  22. Author

    This is just a disaster of a product. Senzel, Rodgers, Huira, Riley, Paddock all missing base cards or even basic inserts is a disgrace. But thanks for the filler chafe of Fransisco Arcia again. Roughly 10-20 guys no one wanted cards of make the checklist. Shameful topps, simple simply shameful.

  23. Author

    Wow, how does Harper not have a base card? Ironic that he has a “Greatness Returns” insert comparing him to Ty Cobb… And no Realmuto either despite making the All Star Team. Might have to stick to Allen & Ginter this year out of principle.

  24. Author

    I actually like these cards more than the Bowman’s. However as a reseller, Bowmans get top dollar. I do however collect the rookies from this set. The only problem with this set is that you get exactly what it says on the box. If it says 2 auto’s and 1 #’d that is what you get – No surprises! If you find an auto in a Blaster box, buy a lotto ticket that week because the lottery is much easier to win!

  25. Author

    I don’t think the game is rigged – I honestly believe the cards go out as advertised. I am in a very small town in Canada and have gotten numerous cards out of /50 /99 etc. What are the chances? I mean if only 50 of those exact cards were made, how did I get one? What bothers me is seeing cards on Ebay that are sold as 1/1 when no such card ever existed! Guess it is really easy to stamp gold leaf on cards at home! The card companies need to start treating this as currency as it has become and provide better security measures. First one to do that get’s ALL my business!

  26. Author

    Responding to BradG – It does happen – I bought 24 blaster boxes from Lexington Online Auctions – When I received them I opened the first box to see all the packs had already been open. Long story short – Someone had purchased the cards from WMart opened them, put the cards they didn’t want back in, re-cellophane’d them cheaply and then returned them to WMart. Seemed like a lot of work to do for a $20-$30 a box but it happened!

  27. Author

    Bought a Jumbo Hobby Box from my local shop. What a mistake. 5 trash autographs and a rodriguez debut gear.

    The shop posted on facebook a few short hours after I bought my box that another customer bought a jumbo box (presumably from the same case) that had a Josh James Gold Auto, Alonso Auto /250 and a base Alonso auto. All in the same box…

    Then today they posted a customer bought a hobby box that had a Guererro Auto /150 and a Pete Alonso base. Glad to see that Topps is doing their due diligence to space the autos out so that some boxes are consolidated to great hits and the rest are complete garbage.

  28. Author

    This isn’t a rating so much as it is an observation. I’m glad there are collectors in our hobby that realize group breaks are one of the things killing this hobby. The shop I go to is struggling and part of the reason is that at least three regulars who bought $1000 worth of product once or twice a month have disappeared, all going to the group break scene. It’s so disheartening.

  29. Author

    To address those complaining that certain Rookies are not in the release, because Topps is licensed they have to wait until a player reaches certain eligibility requirements to put a RC card in an MLB product. Bowman has to designate minor leaguers as Prospects and Panini, technically, does not make MLB cards.

  30. Author

    Check the good players to get (non auto). Heard thru grapevine that a couple players were “cut short”…literally. Someone tried to grade and it got rejected saying manipulated. Checked my Tatis Jr Refractor and was fine, but checked a normal Tatis Jr and there you go…. the card is cut short. Soo frustrated. Heard it was cards 201 thru 204. No idea on how true on others, but I have a Tatis Jr that is not the same size as other 2019 Chromes so must be or something going on.

  31. Author

    Chrome is one of my favs. Got 2 boxes no great auto names but OK. Pulled 2 Tatis base ,a refractor and one base each of Alonso, Guerrero and 2 Jimenez so they are not SP’s. Cards 201-204 are same size as the rest so I don’t know what everyone is talking about. I have been buying from a local brick & mortar store for about 20+ years and never had a problem of repackaged boxes. Yes, group breaks are ruining the hobby.

  32. Author

    I just opened my first blaster box and pulled a Vlad Refractor Auto. I have 8 more to go. I think I might just return them to the store. Its NOT going to get any better than this. I finally have pulled a card in retail.

  33. Author

    I like this set overall but I am not crazy about the fact that it has only two borders to judge centering. Many of the insert cards are colorful and look nice but when you think about it they are just that, insert cards. I was wondering if you have any information Trey, about the Eloy Jimenez base refractor card being a SP. I see several of them on eBay being listed as SP cards that is the number 202 refractor card of Eloy Jimenez but I don’t see any information on your site that says that is true. Do you have any information about the base refractor card being short printed? Would appreciate an answer when you have spare time. Thanks very much, Jim

  34. Author

    All Refractors are technically short prints in comparison to the base cards. There is nothing to indicate that the Tatis Refractor is harder to pull than any other Refractor. People regularly put SP or SSP on eBay listings just to get clicks.

  35. Author

    Topps chrome is always my favorite set, and the checklist seems loaded this year. Only gets 4 stars because it doesn’t look as good in Chrome as I hoped it would

  36. Author

    I initially bought 1 jumbo and 2 hobby boxes and got one solid hit in each box: Alonso auto, Riley refractor auto and Paddack orange auto /25. Feeling good about those, I went in for another hobby box and opened the worst Topps box of my life. Two common autos (neither a refractor), ZERO color! Nothing! Not a single serial numbered card in the box. No photo variations. Nada. Had I not personally selected and pulled the box from a sealed case, I would’ve suspected tampering.

  37. Author

    I like the Chrome set and didn’t have a great box opening but I don’t think they’re rigged. I also think the box break phenomenon will slow eventually. I used to do breaks along with buying boxes but the cards from the breaks graded terribly. Nothing above a 9 and some even as low as 7.5 from BGS. You can’t guarantee the cards are being handled correctly during a break and they end up losing a lot of value. Cards that I open myself consistently grade higher as they’re being handled properly from the beginning.

  38. Author

    Disappointing! Bought a Jumbo Hobby Box today for the 5 Autographs. Everyone one of the Auto’s have a $5 value. Topps really did a very bad job of putting the box together. How hard would it be to put more value into each of your boxes so that your customers can feel they made a good investment? Disappointing!!!

  39. Author

    Decent cards for the money. Perfect for autograph collectors. I like finding the colored parallels, and those seem more scarce in boxes than other years. The design is a lacks imagination having borrowed everything from their base/flagship set. Overall as lower to mid priced baseball cards go it’s a good product.

  40. Author

    So I Bought 5 retail blaster boxes at target and didn’t get anything too crazy, but I noticed my vlad, tatis jr, and alonso base RC cards are different card stock(brighter & slightly thicker) and about 1 cm shorter than the rest of cards. Are these SP or something? Thankyou

  41. Author

    I ripped both a hobby and a jumbo on release day and my overall impression of the product is average at best in terms of the autos you get. My best pull was a base Vladdy Jr. auto and that was just from a hobby box. Other than that the autos were below average.

  42. Author

    card quality is high for the price. The inserts are nice, but I think it should have one insert set that has high odds. Like 1:36 packs.

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