2019 Topps Now Moment of the Week Baseball Cards - Moment of the Year

2019 Topps Now Moment of the Week Baseball Cards – Moment of the Year

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2019 Topps Now Moment of the Week Baseball is a print-to-order release that puts collectors in charge of the final decision. Topps identifies a few key players and performances from the prior week, and collectors pick the weekly winner.

The online-only offshoot of the main 2019 Topps Now Baseball line first debuted in 2018 and it stretched across 30 weeks before ending with a 10-card Moment of the Year set.

2019 Topps Now Moment of the Week Details

The plan is that the new 2019 Topps Now Moment of the Week Baseball options will be up for a vote every Monday. Collectors cast their votes by agreeing to purchase the card for $7.99, but only if it is the winner. The card with the most votes on Wednesday when voting ends is printed each week, so collectors who want to guarantee the winning card have no risk by putting in votes for all the candidates on the ballot. All losing-card purchases are canceled.

The incentive for purchasing the card during the voting period is a lower price and the fact that the card ordered while voting is the limited gold winner logo version. These have the word "winner" printed on the card.

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Therefore, the window to order the gold "winner" card is rather short at just two days. The rest of the time, collectors can only purchase the main version that uses white text instead of gold and is not specifically noted as the winner. The standard price of $9.99 is in effect for the base card available outside of the voting timeframe.

2019 Topps Now Moment of the Year Details

Following 31 weeks, the MLB season culminates with 2019 Topps Now Moment of the Year voting. Collectors pick the top 20 moments from 2019 and the winning cards are issued daily, leading up to the top overall spot. These sell for $9.99 and are available for 24 hours like the normal Now cards.

2019 Topps Now Moment of the Year Checklist

2019 Topps Now MOY Base Set Checklist

20 cards. Buy on Topps.

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MOY-1 TBD
MOY-2 TBD
MOY-3 TBD
MOY-4 TBD
MOY-5 TBD
MOY-6 Shohei Ohtani - Angels: 1st Cyle in MLB History by Japanese-born Player - Buy on Topps
MOY-7 Pete Alonso - Mets RC: 1st MLB Rookie Ever to Reach 50+ HRs, 30+ 2Bs - Buy on Topps
MOY-8 Ronald Acuna Jr - Braves: Youngest Player Ever to Reach 40+ HRs, 30+ SBs in a Season (PR=392)
MOY-9 Juan Soto - Nationals: Youngest Ever to Hit 3 HRs in One World Series (PR=430)
MOY-10 Pete Alonso - Mets RC: 1st Career HR a 444-Foot BLast to Cap 7-3 Win (PR=767)
MOY-11 Pete Alonso - Mets RC: First Career Hit in MLB Debut (PR=908)
MOY-12 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - Blue Jays RC: 91 HRs Marks Most Ever in T-Mobile Home Run Derby (PR=TBA)
MOY-13 Mike Yastrzemski, Carl Yastrzemski - Rookies Makes Fenway Debut Where His Grandfather Once Starred (PR=510)
MOY-14 Ichiro - Mariners: Announces Retirement at End of Game(PR=448)
MOY-15 Justin Verlander - Astros: 3rd Career No-Hitter Puts Ace in Exclusive Company (PR=275)
MOY-16 Mariano Rivera - Yankees: 2019 National Baseball Hall of Fame Electee (PR=506)
MOY-17 Justin Verlander - Astros: Collects 3,000th Career Strikeout (PR=294)
MOY-18 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - Blue Jays RC: 1st Career HR Sets Up Walk-Off Win in MLB Debut (PR=750)
MOY-19 Juan Soto - Nationals: 1st NL Player with 30 HRs in a Season Before 21 Since Frank Robinson (PR=455)
MOY-20 Mike Trout - Angels: Signs $430M Contract with the Angels (PR=612)

 

2019 Topps Now Moment of the Week Checklist

2019 Topps Now MOW Base Set Checklist

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MOW-1 Mike Trout - LA Angels: Superstar Hits 5 Home Runs in 4 Games
- #1 Base: PR=632; #1W Gold Winner: PR=277
MOW-2 Pete Alonso - New York Mets RC: 11 XBHs in 1st 10 Games Makes History
- #2 Base: PR=795; #2W Gold Winner: PR=288
MOW-3 Fernando Tatis Jr. - San Diego Padres RC: Rookie Matches Tim Raines in Historic Game
- #3 Base: PR=804; #3W Gold Winner: PR=267
MOW-4 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - Toronto Blue Jays RC: No. 1 Prospect Makes MLB Debut
- #4 Base: PR=4,178; #4W Gold Winner: PR=768
MOW-5 Nick Senzel - Cincinnati Reds RC: Reaches Multiple MLB Firsts in Debut Weekend
- #5 Base: PR=700; #5W Gold Winner: PR=391
MOW-6 Albert Pujols - Los Angeles Angels: Legend Collects 2,000th RBI on Solo Home Run
- #6 Base: PR=395; #6W Gold Winner: PR=273
MOW-7 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - Toronto Blue Jays RC: Finds Power Stroke in Monster Week
- #7 Base: PR=1,514; #7W Gold Winner: PR=491
MOW-8 Cavan Biggio, Vladimir Guerrero Jr. RC: Sons of HOF Players Become MLB Teammates for First Time
- #8 Base: PR=988; #8W Gold Winner: PR=563
MOW-9 Austin Riley - Atlanta Braves RC: 3 HRs Highlight Record-Setting Week
- #9 Base: PR=818; #9W Gold Winner: PR=420
MOW-10 Pete Alonso - New York Mets RC: League-Leading 12th HR in 7th Inning or Later
- #10 Base: PR=498; #10W Gold Winner: PR=340
MOW-11 Yordan Alvarez - Houston Astros CALL-UP: Joins Historic Company with 4 HRs in 1st 5 Games
- #11 Base: PR=555; #11W Gold Winner: PR=352
MOW-12 Pete Alonso - New York Mets RC: 26th HR Before ASG Sets NL Record
- #12 Base: PR=807; #12W Gold Winner: PR=459
MOW-13 Fernando Tatis Jr. - San Diego Padres RC: 2nd Rookie SS Ever to Reach 10 HRs, 10 SBs in 1st Half
- #13 Base: PR=524; #13W Gold Winner: PR=286
MOW-14 Yelich/Bellinger/Alonso: 1st Trio Since 1998 to Reach 30 HRs Before the MLB ASG Break
- #14 Base: PR=569; #14W Gold Winner: PR=335
MOW-15 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - Toronto Blue Jays RC: 91 Total HRs Sets Home Run Derby Record
- #15 Base: PR=924; #15W Gold Winner: PR=367
MOW-16 Ronald Acuna Jr - Atlanta Braves: 1st Player Under 22 to Steal a Base in 5 Straight Games Since 1981
- #16 Base: PR=307; #16W Gold Winner: PR=245
MOW-17 Albert Pujols - Los Angeles Angels: 4th Player in MLB History to Hit 650 HRs, 3,000 Hits
- #17 Base: PR=225; #17W Gold Winner: PR=278
MOW-18 Bo Bichette - Toronto Blue Jays CALL-UP: 2 HRs, 13 Hits Highlight MLB Debut Week
- #18 Base: PR=568; #18W Gold Winner: PR=340
MOW-19 Aristides Aquino - Cincinnati Reds CALL-UP: 7 HRs in 1st 10 Games Tie MLB Record
- #19 Base: PR=592; #19W Gold Winner: PR=348
MOW-20 Pete Alonso - New York Mets RC: Breaks NL Record with 40th HR of Season
- #20 Base: PR=707; #20W Gold Winner: PR=314
MOW-21 Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels: Reaches Personal Best with 42nd HR of 2019
- #21 Base: PR=442; #21W Gold Winner: PR=333
MOW-22 Pete Alonso - New York Mets RC: 1st Rookie Since 1938 to Set a Club HR Record
- #22 Base: PR=786; #22W Gold Winner: PR=334
MOW-23 Juan Soto - Washington Nationals: 1st Player Since 1996 with 100 RBI in Age-20 Season
- #23 Base: PR=297; #23W Gold Winner: PR=251
MOW-24 Nico Hoerner - Chicago Cubs CALL-UP: Hits 2 HRs, Drives in 11 Runs in MLB Debut Week
- #24 Base: PR=375; #24W Gold Winner: PR=330
MOW-25 Pete Alonso - New York Mets RC: 2nd Rookie in MLB History to Reach 50 HRs
- #25 Base: PR=983; #25W Gold Winner: PR=383
MOW-26 Pete Alonso - New York Mets RC: 1st Player Since 2006 to Win Home Run Derby and Lead MLB in HRs
- #26 Base: PR=711; #26W Gold Winner: PR=511
MOW-27 Juan Soto - Washington Nationals: Go-Ahead Single Sends Washington Nationals to NLDS
- #27 Base: PR=256; #27W Gold Winner: PR=198
MOW-28 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees: Youngest Yankees Player with a 3 XBH Postseason Game
- #28 Base: PR=268; #28W Gold Winner: PR=238
MOW-29 Jose Altuve - Houston Astros: Walk-Off HR After Top-of-Inning, Game-Tying HR Makes Postseason History
- #29 Base: PR=349; #29W Gold Winner: PR=299
MOW-30 Gerrit Cole - Houston Astros: 47th K Marks 2nd Most Ever in Postseason History
- #30 Base: PR=209; #30W Gold Winner: PR=171
MOW-31 Washington Nationals: 1st Team Ever to Win 3 Winner-Take-All Games in a Single Postseason
- #31 Base: PR=280; #31W Gold Winner: PR=270

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