2019 Topps Series 1 Baseball Cards

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Honoring 150 years of professional baseball, 2019 Topps Series 1 Baseball kicks off the MLB collecting season with a design refresh that taps more into the earlier framed looks, but with a modern flair.

Like many prior years, including 2018, formats again include Hobby with one autograph or relic in each box, and Hobby Jumbo, which has two relics and one autograph per box.

However, the standard Hobby format sees an overhaul that takes it from 36 packs at 10 cards per pack in 2018, to 24 packs at 14 cards per pack in 2019. Jumbo also has a decrease in pack size but the format is the same otherwise.

2019 Topps Series 1 Baseball Base

The standard flagship base set of 350 cards showcases top veterans, rookies and teams. There are also subsets for Future Stars, League Leaders and World Series Highlights.

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The 2019 Topps Series 1 Baseball base parallels remain true to past releases, with Rainbow Foil (1:10 packs), Gold (#/2,019), Vintage Stock (#/99), Independence Day (#/76), Black (#/67 - Hobby/Jumbo only), Mother's Day Pink (#/50), Father's Day Blue (#/50), Memorial Day Camo (#/25), Platinum (1/1) and Printing Plates (1/1).

Additional choices include the all-new 150th Anniversary (1:6 packs) logo edition for the full lineup, plus Hobby-only Clear for just 100 base subjects in the 2019 Topps Series 1 Baseball checklist.

As is normally the case, the SP/SSP Variation cards are back with different images for multiple players

2019 Topps Series 1 Baseball Inserts

Celebrating the past, highlighting the current stars, and looking ahead, the insert selection in 2019 Topps Series 1 is plentiful and features many new options. Evolution focuses on the many changes in the game over the years, such as equipment, logos, stadiums and uniforms. Showcasing a modern star alongside a retired legend, Greatness Returns identifies standouts across multiple eras. Moving past the field of play, Revolution of the Game is for the game-changing subjects who weren't players.

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Just as 2018 paid tribute to the 1983 design, 2019 brings a special insert for 1984 Topps Baseball with an added 35th-anniversary logo for the '84 set.

Tying into the sesquicentennial celebration, the 150 Years of Professional Baseball line offers 50 of the Greatest Players, 50 of the Greatest Moments, and an assortment of the Greatest Seasons during the last century and a half.

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For retail formats, there are a few exclusive options. That includes the past and present stars from the Arizona-based Cactus League Legends (Display/Gravity Feed) and Florida-based Grapefruit League Greats (Blaster) inserts.

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All inserts above add 150th Anniversary (#/150), Red (#/10) and Platinum (1/1) parallels.

One additional option is the Iconic Card Reprints set that revisits classics cards from Topps' history. These, too, have a 150th Anniversary (#/150) parallel.

2019 Topps Series 1 Baseball Autographs

Although the hits are spread out, 2019 Topps Series 1 Baseball has quite a few lines to track down, especially autographs.

Acting as the main signed set, the 1984 Topps Baseball Autograph insert brings the '84 design back into focus for its 35th anniversary. Parallels consist of 150th Anniversary (#/150), Gold (#/50 or less), Red (#/25 or less - Hobby only) and Platinum (1/1 - Hobby/Jumbo only).

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New to 2019 Topps Series 1 Baseball, the Legacy of Baseball Autographs insert is not limited to one period of the game, instead highlighting stars from throughout the entire run. Parallels include 150th Anniversary (#/150), Gold (#/50 or less), Red (#/25 or less) and Platinum (1/1). Capped at only five copies, the Legacy of Baseball Dual Autographs set finds player connections among multiple decades.

Concentrating on the 2018 playoffs, all the Postseason Performance Autograph and World Series Champion Autograph cards are numbered to 50 or less, adding Red (#/25 or less) and Platinum (1/1) parallels.

There are also Cut Signatures (1/1), Greatest Moments Autographs (#/25 or less), Greatest Players Autographs (#/25 or less), Greatest Seasons Autographs (#/25 or less), Iconic Card Reprints Autographs (#/25 or less), and Revolution of the Game Autographs (#/199 or less).

Exclusive retail choices include Cactus League Legends Autographs (#/10 or less) and Florida-based Grapefruit League Greats Autographs (#/10 or less).

2019 Topps Series 1 Baseball Autograph Relics

But that's not all to be found in the 2019 Topps Series 1 Baseball checklist. Each numbered to 50 or less, signed memorabilia choices include Major League Material Autograph, Postseason Performance Autograph Relic and World Series Champion Autograph Relic. All three feature Red (#/25 or less) and Platinum (1/1) parallels, as well.

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Supplying a dose of high-end MLB collecting to the flagship release, Topps Reverence Autograph Patch cards, numbered to 10 copies, return with on-card signatures and quality memorabilia pieces. These signed inserts, along with the Red (#/5) and Platinum (1/1) parallels, are exclusive to Hobby/Jumbo boxes.

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The manufactured-relic Retro Hat Logo Patch Autograph (#/10) and 150th Anniversary Medallion Autograph (#/10) cards are also Hobby/Jumbo exclusives, while the 150th Anniversary Commemorative Patch Autograph (#/10) cards come only in Blaster boxes.

2019 Topps Series 1 Baseball Relics / Sketch

Offering many of the 2019 Topps Series 1 Baseball themes in an all-memorabilia form, relics help close out the flagship set. Choices include 1984 Topps Baseball Relic and Major League Material, each with 150th Anniversary (#/150), Gold (#/50), Red (#/25) and Platinum (1/1 - Hobby/Jumbo only) parallels.

Providing more rarity are the Postseason Performance Relic (#/99) and World Series Champion Relic (#/99) cards. These only have Red (#/25) and Platinum (1/1) versions.

Joining the one-of-one In the Name Relics featuring All-Star Game workout jersey letters, the new Historic Homes Relic set honors legendary ballparks.

Only in the Hobby and Jumbo formats, the manufactured duo for 2019 includes commemorative Retro Hat Logo Patch and 150th Anniversary Medallion relics.

The 150th Anniversary Commemorative Patch cards come only in relic Blaster boxes. All the manufactured relics work with 150th Anniversary (#/150), Gold (#/50), Red (#/25) and Platinum (1/1) parallels.

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Finally, totaling over 100 options, one-of-one Sketch cards are exclusive to Hobby boxes.

2019 Topps Series 1 Baseball Silver Packs Promo

Of course, 2019 Topps Series 1 Baseball manages to squeeze a little more in via the 2019 Topps Baseball Silver Packs promotion. Applying foilboard to the 1984 design, these exclusive cards are an incentive to order Hobby flagship boxes. Collectors are awarded one pack for every Hobby box and two packs for each Jumbo. Packs also include random parallels and autographs.

2019 Topps Series 1 Baseball Flagship Design

Walking the line between retro designs of the past and the current styles featured over the last few years, the base set in the 2019 Topps Series 1 Baseball checklist is showcased with a partial frame rounded off in the corner. These border frame colors mirror the team in question. Outside of this is the faint, pixel-like background that gives the design a little more character.

The border is also the place used to indicate parallel versions as the exterior portions take on the color fill.

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Naturally, the rich history of the flagship Topps Baseball product line has resulted in many different designs over the year. Get a snapshot of the entire run with our year-by-year Topps flagship gallery from 1951 to 2019.

Do you have any thoughts on the new design? Let us know in the comments.

Release Date: January 30, 2019
Hobby Configuration: 14 cards per pack, 24 packs per box, 12 boxes per case
HTA Jumbo Configuration:
 46 cards per pack, 10 packs per box, 6 boxes per case

2019 Topps Series 1 Baseball Hobby Box Break

  • 1 Autograph or Relic Card

2019 Topps Series 1 Baseball Hobby Jumbo Box Break

  • 1 Autograph Card
  • 2 Relic Cards

 

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Set Checklist

2019 Topps Series 1 Baseball Checklist

Base Set Checklist

CUP=Rookie Cup, FS=Future Stars, LL=League Leaders, WSH=World Series Highlights.
PARALLEL CARDS: Purple (Meijer), Yellow (Walgreens), 150th Anniversary (1:6), Rainbow Foil (1:10), Gold #/2019, Advanced Stat #/150, Vintage Stock #/99, Independence Day #/76, Black #/67 (Hobby/Jumbo), Mother's Day Pink #/50, Father's Day Blue #/50, Memorial Day Camo #/25, Platinum 1/1, Printing Plates 1/1.
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1 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves CUP
2 Tyler Anderson - Colorado Rockies
3 Eduardo Nunez - Boston Red Sox WSH
4 Dereck Rodriguez - San Francisco Giants FS
5 Chase Anderson - Milwaukee Brewers
6 Max Scherzer - Washington Nationals LL
7 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees CUP
8 Adam Jones - Baltimore Orioles
9 Ben Zobrist - Chicago Cubs
10 Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
11 Mike Zunino - Seattle Mariners
12 Crackin' Jokes - Major League Baseball
13 David Price - Boston Red Sox
14 The Yankees Win! - New York Yankees
15 J.P. Crawford - Philadelphia Phillies
16 Charlie Blackmon - Colorado Rockies
17 Caleb Joseph - Baltimore Orioles
18 Blake Parker - Los Angeles Angels
19 Jacob deGrom - New York Mets LL
20 Jose Urena - Miami Marlins
21 Jean Segura - Seattle Mariners
22 Adalberto Mondesi - Kansas City Royals
23 J.D. Martinez - Boston Red Sox LL
24 Blake Snell - Tampa Bay Rays LL
25 Chad Green - New York Yankees
26 Angel Stadium - Los Angeles Angels
27 Mike Leake - Seattle Mariners
28 Boston's Boys - Boston Red Sox
29 Eugenio Suarez - Cincinnati Reds
30 Josh Hader - Milwaukee Brewers
31 Busch Stadium - St. Louis Cardinals
32 Carlos Correa - Houston Astros
33 Jacob Nix - San Diego Padres RC
34 Josh Donaldson - Cleveland Indians
35 Joey Rickard - Baltimore Orioles
36 Paul Blackburn - Oakland Athletics
37 Marcus Stroman - Toronto Blue Jays
38 Kolby Allard - Atlanta Braves RC
39 Richard Urena - Toronto Blue Jays
40 Jon Lester - Chicago Cubs
41 Corey Seager - Los Angeles Dodgers
42 Edwin Encarnacion - Cleveland Indians
43 Nick Burdi - Pittsburgh Pirates RC
44 Jay Bruce - New York Mets
45 Nick Pivetta - Philadelphia Phillies
46 Jose Abreu - Chicago White Sox
47 Yankee Stadium - New York Yankees
48 PNC Park - Pittsburgh Pirates
49 Michael Kopech - Chicago White Sox RC
50 Mookie Betts - Boston Red Sox
51 Michael Brantley - Cleveland Indians
52 J.T. Realmuto - Miami Marlins
53 Brandon Crawford - San Francisco Giants
54 Rick Porcello - Boston Red Sox
55 Yuli Gurriel - Houston Astros
56 Christian Villanueva - San Diego Padres
57 Justin Verlander - Houston Astros
58 Carlos Martinez - St. Louis Cardinals
59 Zack Godley - Arizona Diamondbacks
60 Kyle Tucker - Houston Astros RC
61 Touki Toussaint - Atlanta Braves RC
62 Elvis Andrus - Texas Rangers
63 Jake Odorizzi - Minnesota Twins
64 Ramon Laureano - Oakland Athletics RC
65 Derek Dietrich - Miami Marlins
66 Stephen Piscotty - Oakland Athletics
67 Danny Jansen - Toronto Blue Jays RC
68 Nick Ahmed - Arizona Diamondbacks
69 Jorge Polanco - Minnesota Twins
70 Nolan Arenado - Colorado Rockies LL
71 SunTrust Park - Atlanta Braves
72 Chris Taylor - Los Angeles Dodgers
73 Jon Gray - Colorado Rockies
74 Chad Bettis - Colorado Rockies
75 Safeco Field - Seattle Mariners
76 J.D. Martinez - Boston Red Sox WSH
77 J.D. Martinez - Boston Red Sox
78 Francisco Arcia - Los Angeles Angels RC
79 Miller Park - Milwaukee Brewers
80 Tim Anderson - Chicago White Sox
81 Wade Davis - Colorado Rockies
82 Lourdes Gurriel Jr. - Toronto Blue Jays FS
83 Lou Trivino - Oakland Athletics
84 Matt Carpenter - St. Louis Cardinals
85 Garrett Hampson - Colorado Rockies RC
86 David Bote - Chicago Cubs
87 Danny Duffy - Kansas City Royals
88 Jonathan Villar - Baltimore Orioles
89 Corey Dickerson - Pittsburgh Pirates
90 Javier Baez - Chicago Cubs LL
91 Hector Rondon - Houston Astros
92 Clayton Richard - San Diego Padres
93 Matthew Boyd - Detroit Tigers
94 Corbin Burnes - Milwaukee Brewers RC
95 Dennis Santana - Los Angeles Dodgers RC
96 Trevor Williams - Pittsburgh Pirates
97 Harrison Bader - St. Louis Cardinals CUP
98 Chance Adams - New York Yankees RC
99 Aroldis Chapman - New York Yankees
100 Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
101 Michael Taylor - Washington Nationals
102 Shin-Soo Choo - Texas Rangers
103 Sean Manaea - Oakland Athletics
104 Joe Musgrove - Pittsburgh Pirates
105 Jose Quintana - Chicago Cubs
106 Adam Ottavino - Colorado Rockies
107 Scooter Gennett - Cincinnati Reds
108 Ian Kennedy - Kansas City Royals
109 Michael Conforto - New York Mets
110 Trevor Bauer - Cleveland Indians
111 Reynaldo Lopez - Chicago White Sox
112 Joey Gallo - Texas Rangers
113 Willie Calhoun - Texas Rangers FS
114 Brandon Lowe - Tampa Bay Rays RC
115 Tyler Glasnow - Tampa Bay Rays
116 Miguel Sano - Minnesota Twins
117 Enrique Hernandez - Los Angeles Dodgers
118 Julio Teheran - Atlanta Braves
119 Willson Contreras - Chicago Cubs
120 Robert Gsellman - New York Mets
121 Joey Wendle - Tampa Bay Rays
122 Zach Davies - Milwaukee Brewers
123 Jose Martinez - St. Louis Cardinals
124 Jason Kipnis - Cleveland Indians
125 Paul DeJong - St. Louis Cardinals
126 Oakland Coliseum - Oakland Athletics
127 Seranthony Dominguez - Philadelphia Phillies
128 Yoenis Cespedes - New York Mets
129 Kenley Jansen - Los Angeles Dodgers
130 Blake Snell - Tampa Bay Rays
131 Mark Trumbo - Baltimore Orioles
132 Miguel Andujar - New York Yankees CUP
133 Ryan Zimmerman - Washington Nationals
134 Sean Reid-Foley - Toronto Blue Jays RC
135 Wade LeBlanc - Seattle Mariners
136 Brad Peacock - Houston Astros
137 Carlos Rodon - Chicago White Sox
138 Kyle Barraclough - Miami Marlins
139 Mitch Haniger - Seattle Mariners
140 Daniel Poncedeleon - St. Louis Cardinals RC
141 Ryon Healy - Seattle Mariners
142 Pedro Strop - Chicago Cubs
143 Yan Gomes - Cleveland Indians
144 Jake Arrieta - Philadelphia Phillies
145 NL Nails - National League
146 Jesse Winker - Cincinnati Reds
147 Blake Treinen - Oakland Athletics
148 Brandon Belt - San Francisco Giants
149 Khris Davis - Oakland Athletics
150 Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
151 Pablo Lopez - Miami Marlins RC
152 Teoscar Hernandez - Toronto Blue Jays
153 Hunter Strickland - San Francisco Giants
154 Johnny Cueto - San Francisco Giants
155 James McCann - Detroit Tigers
156 Luis Castillo - Cincinnati Reds
157 Buster Posey - San Francisco Giants
158 Byron Buxton - Minnesota Twins
159 Minute Maid Park - Houston Astros
160 Fenway Park - Boston Red Sox
161 Eric Hosmer - San Diego Padres
162 Yasiel Puig - Los Angeles Dodgers
163 Aaron Nola - Philadelphia Phillies
164 Billy Hamilton - Cincinnati Reds
165 Robbie Ray - Arizona Diamondbacks
166 Matt Chapman - Oakland Athletics
167 Xander Bogaerts - Boston Red Sox
168 Salvador Perez - Kansas City Royals
169 Charlie Morton - Houston Astros
170 Manny Margot - San Diego Padres
171 Kyle Hendricks - Chicago Cubs
172 Brandon Nimmo - New York Mets
173 Michael Fulmer - Detroit Tigers
174 Jose Leclerc - Texas Rangers
175 Tommy Pham - Tampa Bay Rays
176 Trea Turner - Washington Nationals
177 Kohl Stewart - Minnesota Twins RC
178 Jose Altuve - Houston Astros
179 Jackie Bradley Jr. - Boston Red Sox
180 Justin Turner - Los Angeles Dodgers
181 Antonio Senzatela - Colorado Rockies
182 Archie Bradley - Arizona Diamondbacks
183 Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
184 Ken Giles - Toronto Blue Jays
185 Matt Duffy - Tampa Bay Rays
186 Franmil Reyes - San Diego Padres FS
187 Citizens Bank Park - Philadelphia Phillies
188 Matt Davidson - Chicago White Sox
189 Khris Davis - Oakland Athletics LL
190 Steven Duggar - San Francisco Giants RC
191 Dansby Swanson - Atlanta Braves
192 Luis Urias - San Diego Padres RC
193 Addison Reed - Minnesota Twins
194 Felipe Vázquez - Pittsburgh Pirates
195 Brett Phillips - kansas City Royals
196 Adam Engel - Chicago White Sox
197 Wrigley Field - Chicago Cubs
198 Gregory Polanco - Pittsburgh Pirates
199 Mike Clevinger - Cleveland Indians
200 Jacob deGrom - New York Mets
201 Marcus Semien - Oakland Athletics
202 Sweet Life - Los Angeles Dodgers
203 Will Smith - San Francisco Giants
204 Zack Cozart - Los Angeles Angels
205 Todd Frazier - New York Mets
206 Jaime Barria - Los Angeles Angels
207 Richard Bleier - Baltimore Orioles
208 Josh Bell - Pittsburgh Pirates
209 Nicholas Castellanos - Detroit Tigers
210 Kris Bryant - Chicago Cubs
211 Jeimer Candelario - Detroit Tigers
212 Brian Anderson - Miami Marlins FS
213 Juan Soto - Washington Nationals CUP
214 Colin Moran - Pittsburgh Pirates
215 Didi Gregorius - New York Yankees
216 Bring It In - National League
217 Joe Jimenez - Detroit Tigers
218 Scott Schebler - Cincinnati Reds
219 Martin Perez - Texas Rangers
220 Alex Colome - Seattle Mariners
221 Luis Severino - New York Yankees
222 Zack Greinke - Arizona Diamondbacks
223 Jose Ramirez - Cleveland Indians
224 Odubel Herrera - Philadelphia Phillies
225 Yadier Molina - St. Louis Cardinals
226 Albert Almora - Chicago Cubs
227 Adolis Garcia - St. Louis Cardinals RC
228 Rafael Devers - Boston Red Sox
229 Shane Greene - Detroit Tigers
230 Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
231 Joc Pederson - Los Angeles Dodgers
232 Kyle Seager - Seattle Mariners
233 Dylan Bundy - Baltimore Orioles
234 Austin Hedges - San Diego Padres
235 Luke Weaver - St. Louis Cardinals
236 Sean Doolittle - Washington Nationals
237 Seth Lugo - New York Mets
238 Whit Merrifield - Kansas City Royals
239 Christian Yelich - Milwaukee Brewers LL
240 Trey Mancini - Baltimore Orioles
241 James Paxton - Seattle Mariners
242 Anthony Rendon - Washington Nationals
243 Jonathan Loaisiga - New York Yankees RC
244 Tyler Flowers - Atlanta Braves
245 Rogers Centre - Toronto Blue Jays
246 Ryan Borucki - Toronto Blue Jays RC
247 Sam Tuivailala - Seattle Mariners
248 Justin Bour - Philadelphia Phillies
249 Jordan Zimmermann - Detroit Tigers
250 Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels CUP
251 Niko Goodrum - Detroit Tigers
252 Jakob Junis - Kansas City Royals
253 Starling Marte - Pittsburgh Pirates
254 Dodger Stadium - Los Angeles Dodgers
255 Andrelton Simmons - Los Angeles Angels
256 Cody Allen - Cleveland Indians
257 Andrew Heaney - Los Angeles Angels
258 Eddie Rosario - Minnesota Twins
259 Jonathan Schoop - Milwaukee Brewers
260 Aaron Hicks - New York Yankees
261 Jedd Gyorko - St. Louis Cardinals
262 Mitch Moreland - Boston Red Sox
263 Always Sonny - New York Yankees
264 Avisail Garcia - Chicago White Sox
265 Joey Lucchesi - San Diego Padres FS
266 AL West Studs - American League
267 Ross Stripling - Los Angeles Dodgers
268 Blake Snell - Tampa Bay Rays LL
269 Francisco Lindor - Cleveland Indians
270 Brad Keller - Kansas City Royals RC
271 Shane Bieber - Cleveland Indians FS
272 Orlando Arcia - Milwaukee Brewers
273 Kole Calhoun - Los Angeles Angels
274 Francisco Cervelli - Pittsburgh Pirates
275 Steve Pearce - Boston Red Sox WSH
276 Nolan Arenado - Colorado Rockies
277 Mitch Garver - Minnesota Twins
278 Mike Minor - Texas Rangers
279 Rhys Hoskins - Philadelphia Phillies
280 Miles Mikolas - St. Louis Cardinals
281 Jeff McNeil - New York Mets RC
282 Tim Beckham - Baltimore Orioles
283 Rich Hill - Los Angeles Dodgers
284 Joey Votto - Cincinnati Reds
285 Sonny Gray - New York Yankees
286 Taijuan Walker - Arizona Diamondbacks
287 Jesus Aguilar - Milwaukee Brewers
288 Joe Panik - San Francisco Giants
289 Matt Olson - Oakland Athletics
290 Steven Souza Jr. - Arizona Diamondbacks
291 Enyel De Los Santos - Philadelphia Phillies RC
292 Dee Gordon - Seattle Mariners
293 Andrew Miller - Cleveland Indians
294 Dynamic Duo - Houston Astros
295 All Smiles - American League
296 Lewis Brinson - Miami Marlins
297 Paul Goldschmidt - Arizona Diamondbacks
298 Devon Travis - Toronto Blue Jays
299 Edwin Diaz - Seattle Mariners
300 Christian Yelich - Milwaukee Brewers
301 Tanner Roark - Washington Nationals
302 Jose Berrios - Minnesota Twins
303 Ranger Suarez - Philadelphia Phillies RC
304 Michael Lorenzen - Cincinnati Reds
305 Brad Boxberger - Arizona Diamondbacks
306 Justus Sheffield - New York Yankees RC
307 Jorge Soler - Kansas City Royals
308 Yolmer Sanchez - Chicago White Sox
309 Randal Grichuk - Toronto Blue Jays
310 Javier Baez - Chicago Cubs
311 Jake Bauers - Tampa Bay Rays RC
312 Mookie Betts - Boston Red Sox LL
313 Robinson Cano - Seattle Mariners
314 David Price - Boston Red Sox WSH
315 Duane Underwood Jr. - Chicago Cubs RC
316 Adam Eaton - Washington Nationals
317 Kevin Gausman - Atlanta Braves
318 Cedric Mullins - Baltimore Orioles RC
319 Alex Gordon - Kansas City Royals
320 Ronald Guzman - Texas Rangers FS
321 Jack Flaherty - St. Louis Cardinals FS
322 Brian McCann - Houston Astros
323 George Springer - Houston Astros
324 Logan Morrison - Minnesota Twins
325 Dan Straily - Miami Marlins
326 Heath Fillmyer - Kansas City Royals RC
327 Maikel Franco - Philadelphia Phillies
328 Yonder Alonso - Cleveland Indians
329 Jordan Hicks - St. Louis Cardinals FS
330 Lorenzo Cain - Milwaukee Brewers
331 Cesar Hernandez - Philadelphia Phillies
332 Ryan O'Hearn - Kansas City Royals RC
333 Ray Black - San Francisco Giants RC
334 Jake Lamb - Arizona Diamondbacks
335 Ervin Santana - Minnesota Twins
336 Corey Kluber - Cleveland Indians
337 Mychal Givens - Baltimore Orioles
338 Andrew Cashner - Baltimore Orioles
339 Josh Harrison - Pittsburgh Pirates
340 Tyler Skaggs - Los Angeles Angels
341 Nationals Park - Washington Nationals
342 Wilmer Difo - Washington Nationals
343 Sal Romano - Cincinnati Reds
344 Max Scherzer - Washington Nationals
345 Justin Upton - Los Angeles Angels
346 Chris Iannetta - Colorado Rockies
347 Kirby Yates - San Diego Padres
348 Russell Martin - Toronto Blue Jays
349 Kyle Schwarber - Chicago Cubs
350 Nick Markakis - Atlanta Braves

 

Base Variations Set Checklist

Work in progress. Full guide and gallery.

SP Variations
1 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
7 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
10 Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
16 Charlie Blackmon - Colorado Rockies
32 Carlos Correa - Houston Astros
34 Josh Donaldson - Cleveland Indians
37 Marcus Stroman - Toronto Blue Jays
41 Corey Seager - Los Angeles Dodgers
46 Jose Abreu - Chicago White Sox
49 Michael Kopech - Chicago White Sox
50 Mookie Betts - Boston Red Sox
52 J.T. Realmuto - Miami Marlins
53 Brandon Crawford - San Francisco Giants
57 Justin Verlander - Houston Astros
60 Kyle Tucker - Houston Astros
62 Elvis Andrus - Texas Rangers
77 J.D. Martinez - Boston Red Sox
84 Matt Carpenter - St. Louis Cardinals
100 Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
107 Scooter Gennett - Cincinnati Reds
109 Michael Conforto - New York Mets
110 Trevor Bauer - Cleveland Indians
112 Joey Gallo - Texas Rangers
119 Willson Contreras - Chicago Cubs
125 Paul DeJong - St. Louis Cardinals
128 Yoenis Cespedes - New York Mets
130 Blake Snell - Tampa Bay Rays
133 Ryan Zimmerman - Washington Nationals
137 Carlos Rodon - Chicago White Sox
139 Mitch Haniger - Seattle Mariners
149 Khris Davis - Oakland Athletics
150 Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
157 Buster Posey - San Francisco Giants
161 Eric Hosmer - San Diego Padres
163 Aaron Nola - Philadelphia Phillies
166 Matt Chapman - Oakland Athletics
168 Salvador Perez - Kansas City Royals
176 Trea Turner - Washington Nationals
178 Jose Altuve - Houston Astros
180 Justin Turner - Los Angeles Dodgers
183 Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
200 Jacob deGrom - New York Mets
209 Nicholas Castellanos - Detroit Tigers
210 Kris Bryant - Chicago Cubs
213 Juan Soto - Washington Nationals
215 Didi Gregorius - New York Yankees
221 Luis Severino - New York Yankees
222 Zack Greinke - Arizona Diamondbacks
223 Jose Ramirez - Cleveland Indians
225 Yadier Molina - St. Louis Cardinals
228 Rafael Devers - Boston Red Sox
230 Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
238 Whit Merrifield - Kansas City Royals
250 Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels
253 Starling Marte - Pittsburgh Pirates
258 Eddie Rosario - Minnesota Twins
262 Adam Jones - Baltimore Orioles
269 Francisco Lindor - Cleveland Indians
276 Nolan Arenado - Colorado Rockies
279 Rhys Hoskins - Philadelphia Phillies
284 Joey Votto - Cincinnati Reds
287 Jesus Aguilar - Milwaukee Brewers
292 Dee Gordon - Seattle Mariners
297 Paul Goldschmidt - Arizona Diamondbacks
300 Christian Yelich - Milwaukee Brewers
302 Jose Berrios - Minnesota Twins
306 Justus Sheffield - New York Yankees
310 Javier Baez - Chicago Cubs
311 Jake Bauers - Tampa Bay Rays
313 Robinson Cano - Seattle Mariners
323 George Springer - Houston Astros
330 Lorenzo Cain - Milwaukee Brewers
336 Corey Kluber - Cleveland Indians
344 Max Scherzer - Washington Nationals
349 Kyle Schwarber - Chicago Cubs
SSP Variations (Legends)
10 Sandy Koufax - Los Angeles Dodgers
21 Ozzie Smith - San Diego Padres
32 Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
46 Frank Thomas - Chicago White Sox
50 Ted Williams - Boston Red Sox
57 Nolan Ryan - Houston Astros
100 Hank Aaron - Milwaukee Brewers
150 Don Mattingly - New York Yankees
172 Mike Piazza - New York Mets
176 Ty Cobb - Detroit Tigers
178 Jackie Robinson - Brooklyn Dodgers
215 Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
230 Lou Gehrig - New York Yankees
238 Rickey Henderson - Oakland Athletics
250 Babe Ruth - New York Yankees
253 Roberto Clemente - Pittsburgh Pirates
260 Reggie Jackson - New York Yankees
262 Wade Boggs - Boston Red Sox
276 Brooks Robinson - Baltimore Orioles
280 Bob Gibson - St. Louis Cardinals
289 Mark McGwire - Oakland Athletics
292 Ichiro - Seattle Mariners
330 Bo Jackson - Kansas City Royals
344 Pedro Martinez - Boston Red Sox
350 Carl Yastrzemski - Boston Red Sox

 

Base Clear Set Checklist

100 cards. Serial numbered #/100. Hobby only.

1 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
10 Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
16 Charlie Blackmon - Colorado Rockies
22 Adalberto Mondesi - Kansas City Royals
32 Carlos Correa - Houston Astros
34 Josh Donaldson - Cleveland Indians
37 Marcus Stroman - Toronto Blue Jays
38 Kolby Allard - Atlanta Braves
40 Jon Lester - Chicago Cubs
41 Corey Seager - Los Angeles Dodgers
46 Jose Abreu - Chicago White Sox
49 Michael Kopech - Chicago White Sox
50 Mookie Betts - Boston Red Sox
52 J.T. Realmuto - Miami Marlins
53 Brandon Crawford - San Francisco Giants
57 Justin Verlander - Houston Astros
60 Kyle Tucker - Houston Astros
61 Touki Toussaint - Atlanta Braves
62 Elvis Andrus - Texas Rangers
64 Ramon Laureano - Oakland Athletics
67 Danny Jansen - Toronto Blue Jays
77 J.D. Martinez - Boston Red Sox
78 Francisco Arcia - Los Angeles Angels
84 Matt Carpenter - St. Louis Cardinals
94 Corbin Burnes - Milwaukee Brewers
95 Dennis Santana - Los Angeles Dodgers
97 Harrison Bader - St. Louis Cardinals
98 Chance Adams - New York Yankees
100 Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
102 Shin-Soo Choo - Texas Rangers
109 Michael Conforto - New York Mets
110 Trevor Bauer - Cleveland Indians
112 Joey Gallo - Texas Rangers
114 Brandon Lowe - Tampa Bay Rays
119 Willson Contreras - Chicago Cubs
125 Paul DeJong - St. Louis Cardinals
128 Yoenis Cespedes - New York Mets
130 Blake Snell - Tampa Bay Rays
132 Miguel Andujar - New York Yankees
134 Sean Reid-Foley - Toronto Blue Jays
139 Mitch Haniger - Seattle Mariners
140 Daniel Poncedeleon - St. Louis Cardinals
149 Khris Davis - Oakland Athletics
150 Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
157 Buster Posey - San Francisco Giants
161 Eric Hosmer - San Diego Padres
163 Aaron Nola - Philadelphia Phillies
166 Matt Chapman - Oakland Athletics
168 Salvador Perez - Kansas City Royals
175 Tommy Pham - Tampa Bay Rays
176 Trea Turner - Washington Nationals
178 Jose Altuve - Houston Astros
183 Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
190 Steven Duggar - San Francisco Giants
192 Luis Urias - San Diego Padres
200 Jacob deGrom - New York Mets
209 Nicholas Castellanos - Detroit Tigers
210 Kris Bryant - Chicago Cubs
213 Juan Soto - Washington Nationals
215 Didi Gregorius - New York Yankees
221 Luis Severino - New York Yankees
222 Zack Greinke - Arizona Diamondbacks
223 Jose Ramirez - Cleveland Indians
225 Yadier Molina - St. Louis Cardinals
228 Rafael Devers - Boston Red Sox
230 Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
238 Whit Merrifield - Kansas City Royals
240 Trey Mancini - Baltimore Orioles
242 Anthony Rendon - Washington Nationals
243 Jonathan Loaisiga - New York Yankees
246 Ryan Borucki - Toronto Blue Jays
250 Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels
253 Starling Marte - Pittsburgh Pirates
258 Eddie Rosario - Minnesota Twins
262 Adam Jones - Baltimore Orioles
269 Francisco Lindor - Cleveland Indians
270 Brad Keller - Kansas City Royals
276 Nolan Arenado - Colorado Rockies
279 Rhys Hoskins - Philadelphia Phillies
281 Jeff McNeil - New York Mets
284 Joey Votto - Cincinnati Reds
287 Jesus Aguilar - Milwaukee Brewers
297 Paul Goldschmidt - Arizona Diamondbacks
299 Edwin Diaz - Seattle Mariners
300 Christian Yelich - Milwaukee Brewers
302 Jose Berrios - Minnesota Twins
306 Justus Sheffield - New York Yankees
310 Javier Baez - Chicago Cubs
311 Jake Bauers - Tampa Bay Rays
313 Robinson Cano - Seattle Mariners
315 Duane Underwood Jr. - Chicago Cubs
318 Cedric Mullins - Baltimore Orioles
323 George Springer - Houston Astros
324 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
332 Ryan O'Hearn - Kansas City Royals
333 Ray Black - San Francisco Giants
336 Corey Kluber - Cleveland Indians
344 Max Scherzer - Washington Nationals
345 Justin Upton - Los Angeles Angels
349 Kyle Schwarber - Chicago Cubs

 

2019 Topps Series 1 Baseball Autograph Checklist

Autographed Mystery Rookie Redemption Set Checklist

2 cards.

MRA-A Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - Toronto Blue Jays
MRA-B Eloy Jimenez - Chicago White Sox

 

1984 Topps Baseball Autographs Set Checklist

70 cards.
PARALLEL CARDS: 150th Anniversary #/150, Gold #/50 or less, Red #/25 or less (Hobby), Platinum 1/1 (Hobby/Jumbo).
2019 Topps Series 1 Baseball Cards 7

84A-AJ Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
84A-AK Al Kaline - Detroit Tigers
84A-ARZ Anthony Rizzo - Chicago Cubs
84A-BHA Bryce Harper - Washington Nationals
84A-CJ Chipper Jones - Atlanta Braves
84A-CR Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
84A-DJ Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
84A-DMA Don Mattingly - New York Yankees
84A-DMU Dale Murphy - Atlanta Braves
84A-DST Darryl Strawberry - New York Mets
84A-FL Francisco Lindor - Cleveland Indians
84A-FTH Frank Thomas - Chicago White Sox
84A-GSA Gary Sanchez - New York Yankees
84A-HA Hank Aaron - Atlanta Braves
84A-JA Jose Altuve - Houston Astros
84A-KB Kris Bryant - Chicago Cubs
84A-KSC Kyle Schwarber - Chicago Cubs
84A-LS Luis Severino - New York Yankees
84A-MMG Mark McGwire - Oakland Athletics
84A-MTR Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
84A-NR Nolan Ryan - Houston Astros
84A-NSY Noah Syndergaard - New York Mets
84A-OS Ozzie Smith - St. Louis Cardinals
84A-RA Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
84A-RHE Rickey Henderson - Oakland Athletics
84A-RS Ryne Sandberg - Chicago Cubs
84A-RY Robin Yount - Milwaukee Brewers
84A-SO Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels
84A-WCL Will Clark - San Francisco Giants
84A-WM Whit Merrifield - Kansas City Royals
84A-AG Adolis Garcia - St. Louis Cardinals
84A-BK Brad Keller - Kansas City Royals
84A-BL Brandon Lowe - Tampa Bay Rays
84A-BN Brandon Nimmo - New York Mets
84A-BS Blake Snell - Tampa Bay Rays
84A-BT Blake Treinen - Oakland Athletics
84A-CA Chance Adams - New York Yankees
84A-CHE Cesar Hernandez - Philadelphia Phillies
84A-CM Colin Moran - Pittsburgh Pirates
84A-CMU Cedric Mullins - Baltimore Orioles
84A-DBO David Bote - Chicago Cubs
84A-DJ Danny Jansen - Toronto Blue Jays
84A-DRO Dereck Rodriguez - San Francisco Giants
84A-FP Freddy Peralta - Milwaukee Brewers
84A-FV Felipe Vazquez - Pittsburgh Pirates
84A-JB Jake Bauers - Tampa Bay Rays
84A-JHA Josh Hader - Milwaukee Brewers
84A-JJ Jake Junis - Kansas City Royals
84A-JMC Jeff McNeil - New York Mets
84A-JS Juan Soto - Washington Nationals
84A-KA Kolby Allard - Atlanta Braves
84A-KD Khris Davis - Oakland Athletics
84A-KT Kyle Tucker - Houston Astros
84A-LG Lourdes Gurriel Jr. - Toronto Blue Jays
84A-MA Miguel Andujar - New York Yankees
84A-MCL Mike Clevinger - Cleveland Indians
84A-MF Mike Foltynewicz - Atlanta Braves
84A-MH Mitch Haniger - Seattle Mariners
84A-MKO Michael Kopech - Chicago White Sox
84A-MMU Max Muncy - Los Angeles Dodgers
84A-MO Matt Olson - Oakland Athletics
84A-PW Patrick Wisdom - St. Louis Cardinals
84A-RO Ryan O'Hearn - Kansas City Royals
84A-SD Steven Duggar - San Francisco Giants
84A-SR Sean Reid-Foley - Toronto Blue Jays
84A-TAN Tim Anderson - Chicago White Sox
84A-TS Travis Shaw - Milwaukee Brewers
84A-TST Trevor Story - Colorado Rockies
84A-TW Taylor Ward - Los Angeles Angels
84A-ZG Zack Godley - Arizona Diamondbacks

 

150 Years of Professional Baseball Autographs Checklist

29 cards. Serial numbered #/25 or less.
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150-AB Adrian Beltre - Texas Rangers
150-AK Al Kaline - Detroit Tigers
150-BG Bob Gibson - St. Louis Cardinals
150-BM Bill Mazeroski - Pittsburgh Pirates
150-CF Carlton Fisk - Boston Red Sox
150-CRI Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
150-CY Carl Yastrzemski - Boston Red Sox
150-DE Dennis Eckersley - Oakland Athletics
150-DM Don Mattingly - New York Yankees
150-DOR David Ortiz - Boston Red Sox
150-FT Frank Thomas - Chicago White Sox
150-IC Ichiro - Seattle Mariners
150-JM Juan Marichal - San Francisco Giants
150-LB Lou Brock - St. Louis Cardinals
150-LBR Lou Brock - St. Louis Cardinals
150-MM Mark McGwire - Oakland Athletics
150-MPZ Mike Piazza - New York Mets
150-MRI Mariano Rivera - New York Yankees
150-NRY Nolan Ryan - Texas Rangers
150-OS Ozzie Smith - St. Louis Cardinals
150-PM Pedro Martinez - Boston Red Sox
150-PN Phil Niekro - New York Yankees
150-RCA Rod Carew - Minnesota Twins
150-RH Rickey Henderson - Oakland Athletics
150-RJE Reggie Jackson - New York Yankees
150-RY Robin Yount - Milwaukee Brewers
150-SC Steve Carlton - Philadelphia Phillies
150-TG Tom Glavine - Atlanta Braves
150-VG Vladimir Guerrero - Montreal Expos

 

Cactus League Legends Autographs Set Checklist

10 cards. Display Box & Gravity Feed only.
Serial numbered #/10 or less.

CLL-AB Adrian Beltre - Texas Rangers
CLL-FT Frank Thomas - Chicago White Sox
CLL-JM Juan Marichal - San Francisco Giants
CLL-JV Joey Votto - Cincinnati Reds
CLL-KB Kris Bryant - Chicago Cubs
CLL-MM Mark McGwire - Oakland Athletics
CLL-RC Rod Carew - California Angels
CLL-RH Rickey Henderson - Oakland Athletics
CLL-RY Robin Yount - Milwaukee Brewers
CLL-WC Will Clark - San Francisco Giants

 

Grapefruit League Greats Autographs Set Checklist

9 cards. Blaster Relic Box only.
Serial numbered #/10 or less.

GLG-AK Al Kaline - Detroit Tigers
GLG-BG Bob Gibson - St. Louis Cardinals
GLG-CJ Chipper Jones - Atlanta Braves
GLG-CR Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
GLG-DM Don Mattingly - New York Yankees
GLG-NR Nolan Ryan - Houston Astros
GLG-RA Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
GLG-WB Wade Boggs - Boston Red Sox
GLG-YM Yadier Molina - St. Louis Cardinals

 

Iconic Card Reprints Autographs Set Checklist

25 cards. Serial numbered #/25 or less.
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ICR-15 Hank Aaron - Milwaukee Braves
ICR-16 Al Kaline - Detroit Tigers
ICR-17 Sandy Koufax - Brooklyn Dodgers
ICR-19 Hank Aaron - Milwaukee Braves
ICR-23 Bob Gibson - St. Louis Cardinals
ICR-26 Rod Carew - Minnesota Twins
ICR-27 Nolan Ryan - New York Mets
ICR-28 Johnny Bench - Cincinnati Reds
ICR-29 Robin Yount - Milwaukee Brewers
ICR-31 Rickey Henderson - Oakland Athletics
ICR-32 Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
ICR-34 Don Mattingly - New York Yankees
ICR-36 Bo Jackson - Kansas City Royals
ICR-37 Mark McGwire - Oakland Athletics
ICR-38 Frank Thomas - Chicago White Sox
ICR-39 Mariano Rivera - New York Yankees
ICR-40 Mike Piazza - Los Angeles Dodgers
ICR-41 Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
ICR-43 Ichiro - Seattle Mariners
ICR-51 Bryce Harper - Washington Nationals
ICR-52 Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
ICR-53 Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
ICR-55 Kris Bryant - Chicago Cubs
ICR-56 Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
ICR-57 Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels

 

Legacy of Baseball Autographs Set Checklist

69 cards.
PARALLEL CARDS: 150th Anniversary #/150, Gold #/50 or less, Red #/25 or less, Platinum 1/1.
2019 Topps Series 1 Baseball Cards 33

LBA-AD Aledmys Diaz - Toronto Blue Jays
LBA-AG Avisail Garcia - Chicago White Sox
LBA-AH Alen Hanson - San Francisco Giants
LBA-AM Adalberto Mondesi - Kansas City Royals
LBA-AS Antonio Senzatela - Colorado Rockies
LBA-BA Bobby Abreu - Philadelphia Phillies
LBA-BB Bert Blyleven - Minnesota Twins
LBA-BG Bob Gibson - St. Louis Cardinals
LBA-BJ Brian Johnson - Boston Red Sox
LBA-BK Brad Keller - Kansas City Royals
LBA-BM Bill Mazeroski - Pittsburgh Pirates
LBA-CK Corey Kluber - Cleveland Indians
LBA-CM Colin Moran - Pittsburgh Pirates
LBA-CMU Cedric Mullins - Baltimore Orioles
LBA-DC David Cone - New York Yankees
LBA-DJ Danny Jansen - Toronto Blue Jays
LBA-DST Dan Straily - Miami Marlins
LBA-ED Edwin Diaz - Seattle Mariners
LBA-EDA Eric Davis - Cincinnati Reds
LBA-FJ Fergie Jenkins - Chicago Cubs
LBA-FM Frankie Montas - Oakland Athletics
LBA-FV Felipe Vazquez - Pittsburgh Pirates
LBA-GS George Springer - Houston Astros
LBA-JA Jesus Aguilar - Milwaukee Brewers
LBA-JB Jake Bauers - Tampa Bay Rays
LBA-JBO Justin Bour - Philadelphia Phillies
LBA-JC Johan Camargo - Atlanta Braves
LBA-JF Jake Faria - Tampa Bay Rays
LBA-JH Josh Hader - Milwaukee Brewers
LBA-JM Jeff McNeil - New York Mets
LBA-JMA Jake Marisnick - Houston Astros
LBA-JP Jose Peraza - Cincinnati Reds
LBA-KA Kolby Allard - Atlanta Braves
LBA-KB Kris Bryant - Chicago Cubs
LBA-KF Kyle Freeland - Colorado Rockies
LBA-KG Ken Giles - Toronto Blue Jays
LBA-KL Kenny Lofton - Cleveland Indians
LBA-KT Kyle Tucker - Houston Astros
LBA-LB Lou Brock - St. Louis Cardinals
LBA-LH Livan Hernandez - Florida Marlins
LBA-LS Luis Severino - New York Yankees
LBA-MC Matt Chapman - Oakland Athletics
LBA-MCA Matt Carpenter - St. Louis Cardinals
LBA-MD Matt Duffy - Tampa Bay Rays
LBA-MFO Mike Foltynewicz - Atlanta Braves
LBA-MG Mark Grace - Chicago Cubs
LBA-MGO Marwin Gonzalez - Houston Astros
LBA-MI Monte Irvin - New York Giants
LBA-MM Max Muncy - Los Angeles Dodgers
LBA-MTR Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
LBA-NG Niko Goodrum - Detroit Tigers
LBA-PN Phil Niekro - Atlanta Braves
LBA-R Carlos Rodon - Chicago White Sox
LBA-RA Rick Ankiel - St. Louis Cardinals
LBA-RH Rhys Hoskins - Philadelphia Phillies
LBA-RO Roy Oswalt - Houston Astros
LBA-RS Ross Stripling - Los Angeles Dodgers
LBA-SD Steven Duggar - San Francisco Giants
LBA-SG Shawn Green - Los Angeles Dodgers
LBA-SO Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels
LBA-SR Sean Reid-Foley - Toronto Blue Jays
LBA-TA Tyler Anderson - Colorado Rockies
LBA-TH Teoscar Hernandez - Toronto Blue Jays
LBA-TL Tzu-Wei Lin - Boston Red Sox
LBA-TS Tyler Skaggs - Los Angeles Angels
LBA-VC Vinny Castilla - Colorado Rockies
LBA-YG Yasmani Grandal - Los Angeles Dodgers
LBA-YS Yangervis Solarte - Toronto Blue Jays
LBA-ZG Zack Godley - Arizona Diamondbacks

 

Legacy of Baseball Dual Autographs Set Checklist

13 cards. Serial numbered #/5.

LBDA-BA Anthony Rizzo - Chicago Cubs
LBDA-BA Billy Williams - Chicago Cubs
LBDA-BY Yadier Molina - St. Louis Cardinals
LBDA-BY Bob Gibson - St. Louis Cardinals
LBDA-CA Craig Biggio - Houston Astros
LBDA-CA Jose Altuve - Houston Astros
LBDA-CF Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
LBDA-CF Chipper Jones - Atlanta Braves
LBDA-FJ Joey Votto - Cincinnati Reds
LBDA-FJ Frank Robinson - Cincinnati Reds
LBDA-HM Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
LBDA-HM Hank Aaron - Atlanta Braves
LBDA-NS Nolan Ryan - California Angels
LBDA-NS Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels
LBDA-PC Pedro Martinez - Boston Red Sox
LBDA-PC Chris Sale - Boston Red Sox
LBDA-RC Chris Sale - Boston Red Sox
LBDA-RC Randy Johnson - Seattle Mariners
LBDA-RF Francisco Lindor - Cleveland Indians
LBDA-RF Roberto Alomar - Cleveland Indians
LBDA-RK Ryne Sandberg - Chicago Cubs
LBDA-RK Kris Bryant - Chicago Cubs
LBDA-WB Will Clark - San Francisco Giants
LBDA-WB Buster Posey - San Francisco Giants
LDBA-IS Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels
LDBA-IS Ichiro - Seattle Mariners

 

Postseason Performance Autograph Set Checklist

20 cards. Serial numbered #/50 or less.
PARALLEL CARDS: Red #/25 or less, Platinum 1/1.
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PPA-AJ Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
PPA-AR Anthony Rizzo - Chicago Cubs
PPA-BW Brandon Woodruff - Milwaukee Brewers
PPA-CT Chris Taylor - Los Angeles Dodgers
PPA-CY Christian Yelich - Milwaukee Brewers
PPA-FFR Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
PPA-FL Francisco Lindor - Cleveland Indians
PPA-GSP George Springer - Houston Astros
PPA-JA Jose Altuve - Houston Astros
PPA-JAG Jesus Aguilar - Milwaukee Brewers
PPA-JH Josh Hader - Milwaukee Brewers
PPA-KD Khris Davis - Oakland Athletics
PPA-KF Kyle Freeland - Colorado Rockies
PPA-MCA Matt Chapman - Oakland Athletics
PPA-MG Marwin Gonzalez - Houston Astros
PPA-MM Manny Machado - Los Angeles Dodgers
PPA-MMU Max Muncy - Los Angeles Dodgers
PPA-MT Masahiro Tanaka - New York Yankees
PPA-TS Travis Shaw - Milwaukee Brewers
PPA-TST Trevor Story - Colorado Rockies

 

Revolution of the Game Autographs Set Checklist

5 cards. Serial numbered #/199 or less.
2019 Topps Series 1 Baseball Cards 35

REV-BJ Bill James
REV-BS Bud Selig
REV-JT Joe Torre - New York Yankees
REV-TL Tony LaRussa - Oakland Athletics
REV-TO Tommy Lasorda - Los Angeles Dodgers

 

Star Player Highlights Autographs Checklist

25 cards. Target or Walmart only.

Target only
GT-1 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
GT-3 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
GT-6 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
GT-7 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
GT-8 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
GT-11 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
GT-14 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
GT-15 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
GT-17 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
GT-20 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
GT-24 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
GT-25 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
GT-27 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
GT-28 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
GT-30 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
Walmart Only
RA-1 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
RA-2 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
RA-7 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
RA-13 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
RA-15 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
RA-16 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
RA-21 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
RA-24 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
RA-26 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
RA-27 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves

 

World Series Champion Autograph Set Checklist

12 cards. Serial numbered #/50 or less.
PARALLEL CARDS: Red #/25 or less, Platinum 1/1.

WCA-BH Brock Holt - Boston Red Sox
WCA-BS Blake Swihart - Boston Red Sox
WCA-CS Chris Sale - Boston Red Sox
WCA-CV Christian Vazquez - Boston Red Sox
WCA-DP David Price - Boston Red Sox
WCA-ER Eduardo Rodriguez - Boston Red Sox
WCA-JB Jackie Bradley Jr. - Boston Red Sox
WCA-NE Nathan Eovaldi - Boston Red Sox
WCA-RB Ryan Brasier - Boston Red Sox
WCA-RD Rafael Devers - Boston Red Sox
WCA-RP Rick Porcello - Boston Red Sox
WCA-SP Steve Pearce - Boston Red Sox

 

Cut Signatures Set Checklist

40 cards. Serial numbered 1/1.

CS-AL Al Lopez - Chicago White Sox
CS-BD Bill Dickey - New York Yankees
CS-BG Burleigh Grimes - Brooklyn Dodgers
CS-BH Billy Herman - Chicago Cubs
CS-BLE Buck Leonard
CS-CG Charlie Gehringer - Detroit Tigers
CS-CM Connie Mack - Philadelphia Athletics
CS-CY Cy Young - Boston Red Sox
CS-DD Don Drysdale - Los Angeles Dodgers
CS-DDE Dizzy Dean - St. Louis Cardinals
CS-EA Earl Averill - Cleveland Indians
CS-EB Ernie Banks - Chicago Cubs
CS-EM Eddie Mathews - Milwaukee Braves
CS-ES Enos Slaughter - St. Louis Cardinals
CS-FF Frankie Frisch - St. Louis Cardinals
CS-GK George Kell - Detroit Tigers
CS-GKP George "High Pockets" Kelly - New York Giants
CS-HC Happy Chandler - Major League Baseball
CS-HG Hank Greenberg - Detroit Tigers
CS-JH Jim "Catfish" Hunter - Oakland Athletics
CS-JM Johnny Mize - St. Louis Cardinals
CS-JR Jackie Robinson - Brooklyn Dodgers
CS-JS Joe Sewell - Cleveland Indians
CS-LA Luke Appling - Chicago White Sox
CS-LD Larry Doby - Cleveland Indians
CS-LM Lee MacPhail - Major League Baseball
CS-MI Monte Irvin - New York Giants
CS-NF Nellie Fox - Chicago White Sox
CS-PR Phil Rizzuto - New York Yankees
CS-PRE Pee Wee Reese - Brooklyn Dodgers
CS-RC Roberto Clemente - Pittsburgh Pirates
CS-RF Rick Ferrell - St. Louis Browns
CS-RM Roger Maris - New York Yankees
CS-SC Stan Coveleski - Cleveland Indians
CS-SM Stan Musial - St. Louis Cardinals
CS-SP Satchel Paige - Cleveland Indians
CS-TC Ty Cobb - Detroit Tigers
CS-TW Ted Williams - Boston Red Sox
CS-WH Waite Hoyt - New York Yankees
CS-WS Warren Spahn - Milwaukee Braves

 

2019 Topps Series 1 Baseball Autograph Relic Checklist

Major League Material Autograph Set Checklist

33 cards. Serial numbered #/50 or less.
PARALLEL CARDS: Red #/25 or less, Platinum 1/1.
2019 Topps Series 1 Baseball Cards 8

MLAR-AJ Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
MLAR-AR Anthony Rizzo - Chicago Cubs
MLAR-BS Blake Snell - Tampa Bay Rays
MLAR-CS Chris Sale - Boston Red Sox
MLAR-CY Christian Yelich - Milwaukee Brewers
MLAR-DG Didi Gregorius - New York Yankees
MLAR-DP Dustin Pedroia - Boston Red Sox
MLAR-FF Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
MLAR-GS George Springer - Houston Astros
MLAR-GSA Gary Sanchez - New York Yankees
MLAR-JA Jesus Aguilar - Milwaukee Brewers
MLAR-JSO Juan Soto - Washington Nationals
MLAR-Jd Jacob deGrom - New York Mets
MLAR-KB Kris Bryant - Chicago Cubs
MLAR-KD Khris Davis - Oakland Athletics
MLAR-KS Kyle Schwarber - Chicago Cubs
MLAR-KT Kyle Tucker - Houston Astros
MLAR-LS Luis Severino - New York Yankees
MLAR-MH Mitch Haniger - Seattle Mariners
MLAR-MM Manny Machado - Los Angeles Dodgers
MLAR-MO Matt Olson - Oakland Athletics
MLAR-MT Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
MLAR-NS Noah Syndergaard - New York Mets
MLAR-OA Ozzie Albies - Atlanta Braves
MLAR-PG Paul Goldschmidt - Arizona Diamondbacks
MLAR-RH Rhys Hoskins - Philadelphia Phillies
MLAR-SMA Starling Marte - Pittsburgh Pirates
MLAR-SO Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels
MLAR-SP Salvador Perez - Kansas City Royals
MLAR-TS Travis Shaw - Milwaukee Brewers
MLAR-TST Trevor Story - Colorado Rockies
MLAR-WC Willson Contreras - Chicago Cubs
MLAR-YM Yadier Molina - St. Louis Cardinals

 

Postseason Performance Autograph Relic Checklist

18 cards. Serial numbered #/50 or less.
PARALLEL CARDS: Red #/25 or less, Platinum 1/1.
2019 Topps Series 1 Baseball Cards 37

PPA-JAG Jesus Aguilar - Milwaukee Brewers
PPA-MK Matt Kemp - Los Angeles Dodgers
PPA-YG Yuli Gurriel - Houston Astros
PPAR-AR Anthony Rizzo - Chicago Cubs
PPAR-CC Carlos Correa - Houston Astros
PPAR-CS Chris Sale - Boston Red Sox
PPAR-FF Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
PPAR-GS George Springer - Houston Astros
PPAR-JA Jose Altuve - Houston Astros
PPAR-JP Joc Pederson - Los Angeles Dodgers
PPAR-KF Kyle Freeland - Colorado Rockies
PPAR-MCA Matt Chapman - Oakland Athletics
PPAR-MG Marwin Gonzalez - Houston Astros
PPAR-MT Masahiro Tanaka - New York Yankees
PPAR-OA Ozzie Albies - Atlanta Braves
PPAR-RA Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
PPAR-TS Travis Shaw - Milwaukee Brewers
PPAR-TST Trevor Story - Colorado Rockies

 

Topps Reverence Autograph Patch Checklist

35 cards. Serial numbered #/10. Hobby/Jumbo only.
PARALLEL CARDS: Red #/5, Platinum 1/1.
2019 Topps Series 1 Baseball Cards 9

TRAP-ABE Adrian Beltre - Texas Rangers
TRAP-AJ Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
TRAP-ARZ Anthony Rizzo - Chicago Cubs
TRAP-BH Bryce Harper - Washington Nationals
TRAP-CB Craig Biggio - Houston Astros
TRAP-CJ Chipper Jones - Atlanta Braves
TRAP-CR Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
TRAP-CS Chris Sale - Boston Red Sox
TRAP-DJ Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
TRAP-DO David Ortiz - Boston Red Sox
TRAP-DP Dustin Pedroia - Boston Red Sox
TRAP-FF Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
TRAP-FL Francisco Lindor - Cleveland Indians
TRAP-FT Frank Thomas - Chicago White Sox
TRAP-GS Gary Sanchez - New York Yankees
TRAP-GSP George Springer - Houston Astros
TRAP-I Ichiro - Seattle Mariners
TRAP-IR Ivan Rodriguez - Texas Rangers
TRAP-JA Jose Altuve - Houston Astros
TRAP-JV Joey Votto - Cincinnati Reds
TRAP-KB Kris Bryant - Chicago Cubs
TRAP-KD Khris Davis - Oakland Athletics
TRAP-KSC Kyle Schwarber - Chicago Cubs
TRAP-LS Luis Severino - New York Yankees
TRAP-MT Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
TRAP-MTA Masahiro Tanaka - New York Yankees
TRAP-NR Nolan Ryan - Texas Rangers
TRAP-NSY Noah Syndergaard - New York Mets
TRAP-RHE Rickey Henderson - Oakland Athletics
TRAP-RY Robin Yount - Milwaukee Brewers
TRAP-SC Steve Carlton - Philadelphia Phillies
TRAP-SP Salvador Perez - Kansas City Royals
TRAP-TST Trevor Story - Colorado Rockies
TRAP-VR Victor Robles - Washington Nationals
TRAP-WCL Will Clark - San Francisco Giants

 

World Series Champion Autograph Relic Checklist

7 cards. Serial numbered #/50 or less.
PARALLEL CARDS: Red #/25 or less, Platinum 1/1.
2019 Topps Series 1 Baseball Cards 39

WCAR-BH Brock Holt - Boston Red Sox
WCAR-CS Chris Sale - Boston Red Sox
WCAR-CV Christian Vazquez - Boston Red Sox
WCAR-DP David Price - Boston Red Sox
WCAR-ER Eduardo Rodriguez - Boston Red Sox
WCAR-MB Matt Barnes - Boston Red Sox
WCAR-RP Rick Porcello - Boston Red Sox

 

150th Anniversary Commemorative Medallion Autograph Checklist

30 cards. Serial numbered #/10. Hobby/Jumbo only.
2019 Topps Series 1 Baseball Cards 40

AMM-AB Adrian Beltre - Texas Rangers
AMM-AK Al Kaline - Detroit Tigers
AMM-AR Anthony Rizzo - Chicago Cubs
AMM-BG Bob Gibson - St. Louis Cardinals
AMM-BJ Bo Jackson - Kansas City Royals
AMM-CR Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
AMM-DM Don Mattingly - New York Yankees
AMM-FL Francisco Lindor - Cleveland Indians
AMM-FT Frank Thomas - Chicago White Sox
AMM-I Ichiro - Seattle Mariners
AMM-IR Ivan Rodriguez - Texas Rangers
AMM-JA Jose Altuve - Houston Astros
AMM-JS Juan Soto - Washington Nationals
AMM-JVO Joey Votto - Cincinnati Reds
AMM-KB Kris Bryant - Chicago Cubs
AMM-MM Manny Machado - Los Angeles Dodgers
AMM-MMC Mark McGwire - Oakland Athletics
AMM-MT Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
AMM-PG Paul Goldschmidt - Arizona Diamondbacks
AMM-RA Roberto Alomar - Toronto Blue Jays
AMM-RAC Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
AMM-RCA Rod Carew - Minnesota Twins
AMM-RJ Reggie Jackson - Oakland Athletics
AMM-RY Robin Yount - Milwaukee Brewers
AMM-SC Steve Carlton - Philadelphia Phillies
AMM-SO Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels
AMM-TG Tom Glavine - Atlanta Braves
AMM-VG Vladimir Guerrero - Montreal Expos
AMM-WB Wade Boggs - Boston Red Sox
AMM-YM Yadier Molina - St. Louis Cardinals

 

150th Anniversary Commemorative Patch Autograph Checklist

30 cards. Serial numbered #/10. Blaster Relic Box only.

AMP-AP Andy Pettitte - New York Yankees
AMP-BL Barry Larkin - Cincinnati Reds
AMP-CBL Charlie Blackmon - Colorado Rockies
AMP-CR Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
AMP-CSA Chris Sale - Boston Red Sox
AMP-CY Christian Yelich - Milwaukee Brewers
AMP-DE Dennis Eckesley - Oakland Athletics
AMP-DP Dustin Pedroia - Boston Red Sox
AMP-FF Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
AMP-GSP George Springer - Houston Astros
AMP-JU Justin Upton - Los Angeles Angels
AMP-Jd Jacob deGrom - New York Mets
AMP-KB Kris Bryant - Chicago Cubs
AMP-LS Luis Severino - New York Yankees
AMP-MM Mark McGwire - St. Louis Cardinals
AMP-MMA Manny Machado - Los Angeles Dodgers
AMP-MP Mike Piazza - Los Angeles Dodgers
AMP-MT Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
AMP-NR Nolan Ryan - Texas Rangers
AMP-NS Noah Syndergaard - New York Mets
AMP-OA Ozzie Albies - Atlanta Braves
AMP-OS Ozzie Smith - St. Louis Cardinals
AMP-PG Paul Goldschmidt - Arizona Diamondbacks
AMP-PM Pedro Martinez - Boston Red Sox
AMP-RA Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
AMP-RCA Rod Carew - California Angels
AMP-RH Rhys Hoskins - Philadelphia Phillies
AMP-RHE Rickey Henderson - Oakland Athletics
AMP-RJ Randy Johnson - Seattle Mariners
AMP-SP Salvador Perez - Kansas City Royals

 

Retro Hat Manufactured Logo Patch Autograph Checklist

23 cards. Serial numbered #/10 (Correa #/8). Hobby/Jumbo only.
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RHLP-AN Aaron Nola - Philadelphia Phillies
RHLP-AR Anthony Rizzo - Chicago Cubs
RHLP-BS Blake Snell - Tampa Bay Rays
RHLP-CC Carlos Correa - Houston Astros
RHLP-CY Christian Yelich - Milwaukee Brewers
RHLP-DP Dustin Pedroia - Boston Red Sox
RHLP-FF Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
RHLP-GS George Springer - Houston Astros
RHLP-JAL Jose Altuve - Houston Astros
RHLP-Jd Jacob deGrom - New York Mets
RHLP-MC Michael Conforto - New York Mets
RHLP-MT Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
RHLP-MTR Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
RHLP-NS Noah Syndergaard - New York Mets
RHLP-OA Ozzie Albies - Atlanta Braves
RHLP-PG Paul Goldschmidt - Arizona Diamondbacks
RHLP-RH Rhys Hoskins - Philadelphia Phillies
RHLP-SM Starling Marte - Pittsburgh Pirates
RHLP-SO Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels
RHLP-TM Trey Mancini - Baltimore Orioles
RHLP-TS Travis Shaw - Milwaukee Brewers
RHLP-YM Yoan Moncada - Chicago White Sox
RHLP-YMO Yadier Molina - St. Louis Cardinals

 

2019 Topps Series 1 Baseball Relic / Sketch Checklist

 

1984 Topps Baseball Relics Set Checklist

46 cards. Hobby/Jumbo only.
PARALLEL CARDS: 150th Anniversary #/150, Gold #/50, Red #/25, Platinum 1/1.

84R-AB Adrian Beltre - Texas Rangers
84R-ABE Andrew Benintendi - Boston Red Sox
84R-AJ Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
84R-AP Albert Pujols - Los Angeles Angels
84R-AR Anthony Rizzo - Chicago Cubs
84R-BC Brandon Crawford - San Francisco Giants
84R-BP Buster Posey - San Francisco Giants
84R-CC Carlos Correa - Houston Astros
84R-CK Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
84R-CR Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
84R-CS Corey Seager - Los Angeles Dodgers
84R-CSA Chris Sale - Boston Red Sox
84R-DM Don Mattingly - New York Yankees
84R-EM Eddie Murray - Baltimore Orioles
84R-FF Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
84R-FL Francisco Lindor - Cleveland Indians
84R-JA Jose Abreu - Chicago White Sox
84R-JAL Jose Altuve - Houston Astros
84R-JB Javier Baez - Chicago Cubs
84R-JM Joe Mauer - Minnesota Twins
84R-JV Joey Votto - Cincinnati Reds
84R-JVE Justin Verlander - Houston Astros
84R-Jd Jacob deGrom - New York Mets
84R-KBR Kris Bryant - Chicago Cubs
84R-MB Mookie Betts - Boston Red Sox
84R-MH Mitch Haniger - Seattle Mariners
84R-MS Max Scherzer - Washington Nationals
84R-MT Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
84R-NA Nolan Arenado - Colorado Rockies
84R-NC Nicholas Castellanos - Detroit Tigers
84R-NR Nolan Ryan - Houston Astros
84R-NS Noah Syndergaard - New York Mets
84R-OA Ozzie Albies - Atlanta Braves
84R-OS Ozzie Smith - St. Louis Cardinals
84R-PG Paul Goldschmidt - Arizona Diamondbacks
84R-RA Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
84R-RH Rickey Henderson - Oakland Athletics
84R-RHO Rhys Hoskins - Philadelphia Phillies
84R-RJ Reggie Jackson - California Angels
84R-RY Robin Yount - Milwaukee Brewers
84R-SO Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels
84R-TM Trey Mancini - Baltimore Orioles
84R-TT Trea Turner - Washington Nationals
84R-WB Wade Boggs - Boston Red Sox
84R-WM Wil Myers - San Diego Padres
84R-YM Yadier Molina - St. Louis Cardinals

 

Historic Homes Relics Checklist

10 cards.

HHR-1 Yankee Stadium - New York Yankees
HHR-2 Wrigley Field - Chicago Cubs
HHR-3 Fenway Park - Boston Red Sox
HHR-4 Memorial Stadium - Baltimore Orioles
HHR-5 Tiger Stadium - Detroit Tigers
HHR-6 Metropolitan Stadium - Minnesota Twins
HHR-7 Three Rivers Stadium - Pittsburgh Pirates
HHR-8 Atlanta Fulton County Stadium - Atlanta Braves
HHR-9 Cleveland Municipal Stadium - Cleveland Indians
HHR-10 Milwaukee County Stadium - Milwaukee Brewers

 

In The Name Relics Checklist

49 subjects. Serial numbered 1/1.

ITN-AB Alex Bregman - Houston Astros
ITN-AC Aroldis Chapman - New York Yankees
ITN-AJ Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
ITN-AN Aaron Nola - Philadelphia Phillies
ITN-BC Brandon Crawford - San Francisco Giants
ITN-CB Charlie Blackmon - Colorado Rockies
ITN-CKI Craig Kimbrel - Boston Red Sox
ITN-CKL Corey Kluber - Cleveland Indians
ITN-CS Chris Sale - Boston Red Sox
ITN-CY Christian Yelich - Milwaukee Brewers
ITN-FF Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
ITN-FL Francisco Lindor - Cleveland Indians
ITN-GC Gerrit Cole - Houston Astros
ITN-GS George Springer - Houston Astros
ITN-GT Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
ITN-JA Jose Altuve - Houston Astros
ITN-JAB Jose Abreu - Chicago White Sox
ITN-JB Jose Berrios - Minnesota Twins
ITN-JBA Javier Baez - Chicago Cubs
ITN-JL Jon Lester - Chicago Cubs
ITN-JM J.D. Martinez - Boston Red Sox
ITN-JR Jose Ramirez - Cleveland Indians
ITN-JRE J.T. Realmuto - Miami Marlins
ITN-JV Justin Verlander - Houston Astros
ITN-JVO Joey Votto - Cincinnati Reds
ITN-Jd Jacob deGrom - New York Mets
ITN-KJ Kenley Jansen - Los Angeles Dodgers
ITN-LC Lorenzo Cain - Milwaukee Brewers
ITN-LS Luis Severino - New York Yankees
ITN-MB Michael Brantley - Cleveland Indians
ITN-MBE Mookie Betts - Boston Red Sox
ITN-MH Mitch Haniger - Seattle Mariners
ITN-MK Matt Kemp - Los Angeles Dodgers
ITN-MM Manny Machado - Baltimore Orioles
ITN-MS Max Scherzer - Washington Nationals
ITN-MT Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
ITN-NA Nolan Arenado - Colorado Rockies
ITN-NC Nelson Cruz - Seattle Mariners
ITN-NM Nick Markakis - Atlanta Braves
ITN-OA Ozzie Albies - Atlanta Braves
ITN-PG Paul Goldschmidt - Arizona Diamondbacks
ITN-SC Shin-Soo Choo - Texas Rangers
ITN-SD Sean Doolittle - Washington Nationals
ITN-SG Scooter Gennett - Cincinnati Reds
ITN-SP Salvador Perez - Kansas City Royals
ITN-TB Trevor Bauer - Cleveland Indians
ITN-TS Trevor Story - Colorado Rockies
ITN-WC Willson Contreras - Chicago Cubs
ITN-YM Yadier Molina - St. Louis Cardinals

 

Major League Material Set Checklist

47 cards. Hobby/Jumbo only.
PARALLEL CARDS: 150th Anniversary #/150, Gold #/50, Red #/25, Platinum 1/1.

MLM-AB Adrian Beltre - Texas Rangers
MLM-ABE Andrew Benintendi - Boston Red Sox
MLM-AJ Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
MLM-AP Albert Pujols - Los Angeles Angels
MLM-ARI Anthony Rizzo - Chicago Cubs
MLM-BC Brandon Crawford - San Francisco Giants
MLM-BH Bryce Harper - Washington Nationals
MLM-BP Buster Posey - San Francisco Giants
MLM-CC Carlos Correa - Houston Astros
MLM-CK Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
MLM-CS Corey Seager - Los Angeles Dodgers
MLM-CSA Chris Sale - Boston Red Sox
MLM-DP Dustin Pedroia - Boston Red Sox
MLM-EA Elvis Andrus - Texas Rangers
MLM-FF Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
MLM-FL Francisco Lindor - Cleveland Indians
MLM-GS Gary Sanchez - New York Yankees
MLM-GT Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
MLM-JA Jose Altuve - Houston Astros
MLM-JAB Jose Abreu - Chicago White Sox
MLM-JB Javier Baez - Chicago Cubs
MLM-JD Josh Donaldson - Cleveland Indians
MLM-JDE Jacob deGrom - New York Mets
MLM-JM Joe Mauer - Minnesota Twins
MLM-JS Jean Segura - Seattle Mariners
MLM-JV Justin Verlander - Houston Astros
MLM-JVO Joey Votto - Cincinnati Reds
MLM-KB Kris Bryant - Chicago Cubs
MLM-MB Mookie Betts - Boston Red Sox
MLM-MC Michael Conforto - New York Mets
MLM-MCA Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
MLM-MH Mitch Haniger - Seattle Mariners
MLM-MS Max Scherzer - Washington Nationals
MLM-MT Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
MLM-OA Ozzie Albies - Atlanta Braves
MLM-PG Paul Goldschmidt - Arizona Diamondbacks
MLM-RA Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
MLM-RH Rhys Hoskins - Philadelphia Phillies
MLM-SO Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels
MLM-SP Salvador Perez - Kansas City Royals
MLM-TM Trey Mancini - Baltimore Orioles
MLM-TS Travis Shaw - Milwaukee Brewers
MLM-TT Trea Turner - Washington Nationals
MLM-WC Willson Contreras - Chicago Cubs
MLM-WM Wil Myers - San Diego Padres
MLM-YM Yoan Moncada - Chicago White Sox
MLM-YMO Yadier Molina - St. Louis Cardinals

 

Postseason Performance Relic Checklist

26 cards. Serial numbered #/99.
PARALLEL CARDS: Red #/25, Platinum 1/1.

PPR-AB Alex Bregman - Houston Astros
PPR-ABE Andrew Benintendi - Boston Red Sox
PPR-AJ Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
PPR-AR Anthony Rizzo - Chicago Cubs
PPR-CB Charlie Blackmon - Colorado Rockies
PPR-CC Carlos Correa - Houston Astros
PPR-CK Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
PPR-CS Chris Sale - Boston Red Sox
PPR-FF Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
PPR-GS George Springer - Houston Astros
PPR-HR Hyun-Jin Ryu - Los Angeles Dodgers
PPR-JA Jose Altuve - Houston Astros
PPR-JL Jon Lester - Chicago Cubs
PPR-JM J.D. Martinez - Boston Red Sox
PPR-JP Joc Pederson - Los Angeles Dodgers
PPR-JT Justin Turner - Los Angeles Dodgers
PPR-JV Justin Verlander - Houston Astros
PPR-KB Kris Bryant - Chicago Cubs
PPR-LS Luis Severino - New York Yankees
PPR-MB Mookie Betts - Boston Red Sox
PPR-MC Matt Chapman - Oakland Athletics
PPR-MT Masahiro Tanaka - New York Yankees
PPR-OA Ozzie Albies - Atlanta Braves
PPR-TS Trevor Story - Colorado Rockies
PPR-XB Xander Bogaerts - Boston Red Sox
PPR-YP Yasiel Puig - Los Angeles Dodgers

 

World Series Champion Relic Checklist

14 cards. Serial numbered #/99.
PARALLEL CARDS: Red #/25, Platinum 1/1.

WCR-AN Andrew Benintendi - Boston Red Sox
WCR-BR Brock Holt - Boston Red Sox
WCR-CS Chris Sale - Boston Red Sox
WCR-CV Christian Vazquez - Boston Red Sox
WCR-DP David Price - Boston Red Sox
WCR-IK Ian Kinsler - Boston Red Sox
WCR-JB Jackie Bradley Jr. - Boston Red Sox
WCR-JM J.D. Martinez - Boston Red Sox
WCR-KI Craig Kimbrel - Boston Red Sox
WCR-MB Matt Barnes - Boston Red Sox
WCR-MO Mookie Betts - Boston Red Sox
WCR-RD Rafael Devers - Boston Red Sox
WCR-RP Rick Porcello - Boston Red Sox
WCR-XB Xander Bogaerts - Boston Red Sox

 

150th Anniversary Commemorative Medallion Checklist

50 cards. Hobby/Jumbo only.
PARALLEL CARDS: 150th Anniversary #/150, Gold #/50, Red #/25, Platinum 1/1.

AMM-AB Adrian Beltre - Texas Rangers
AMM-AJ Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
AMM-AK Al Kaline - Detroit Tigers
AMM-AP Albert Pujols - Los Angeles Angels
AMM-AR Anthony Rizzo - Chicago Cubs
AMM-BG Bob Gibson - St. Louis Cardinals
AMM-BJ Bo Jackson - Kansas City Royals
AMM-BP Buster Posey - San Francisco Giants
AMM-CK Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
AMM-CR Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
AMM-CY Carl Yastrzemski - Boston Red Sox
AMM-DJ Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
AMM-DM Don Mattingly - New York Yankees
AMM-DO David Ortiz - Boston Red Sox
AMM-FH Felix Hernandez - Seattle Mariners
AMM-FL Francisco Lindor - Cleveland Indians
AMM-FT Frank Thomas - Chicago White Sox
AMM-I Ichiro - Seattle Mariners
AMM-IR Ivan Rodriguez - Texas Rangers
AMM-JA Jose Altuve - Houston Astros
AMM-JM Joe Mauer - Minnesota Twins
AMM-JR Jackie Robinson - Brooklyn Dodgers
AMM-JS Juan Soto - Washington Nationals
AMM-JT Joey Votto - Cincinnati Reds
AMM-JV Justin Verlander - Houston Astros
AMM-KB Kris Bryant - Chicago Cubs
AMM-LG Lou Gehrig - New York Yankees
AMM-MB Mookie Betts - Boston Red Sox
AMM-MG Mark McGwire - Oakland Athletics
AMM-MM Manny Machado - Los Angeles Dodgers
AMM-MP Mike Piazza - New York Mets
AMM-MS Max Scherzer - Washington Nationals
AMM-MT Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
AMM-NA Nolan Arenado - Colorado Rockies
AMM-PG Paul Goldschmidt - Arizona Diamondbacks
AMM-RA Roberto Alomar - Toronto Blue Jays
AMM-RC Roberto Clemente - Pittsburgh Pirates
AMM-RCA Rod Carew - Minnesota Twins
AMM-RJ Reggie Jackson - Oakland Athletics
AMM-RO Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
AMM-RY Robin Yount - Milwaukee Brewers
AMM-SC Steve Carlton - Philadelphia Phillies
AMM-SO Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels
AMM-TC Ty Cobb - Detroit Tigers
AMM-TG Tom Glavine - Atlanta Braves
AMM-TS Tom Seaver - New York Mets
AMM-VG Vladimir Guerrero - Montréal Expos
AMM-WB Wade Boggs - Boston Red Sox
AMM-WM Willie McCovey - San Francisco Giants
AMM-YM Yadier Molina - St. Louis Cardinals

 

150th Anniversary Commemorative Patch Checklist

50 cards. Blaster Relic Box only.
PARALLEL CARDS: 150th Anniversary #/150, Gold #/50, Red #/25, Platinum 1/1.

AMP-AB Alex Bregman - Houston Astros
AMP-ABE Andrew Benintendi - Boston Red Sox
AMP-AP Andy Pettitte - New York Yankees
AMP-BL Barry Larkin - Cincinnati Reds
AMP-BRU Babe Ruth - New York Yankees
AMP-CB Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
AMP-CBL Charlie Blackmon - Colorado Rockies
AMP-CC Carlos Correa - Houston Astros
AMP-CK Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
AMP-CR Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
AMP-CS Corey Seager - Los Angeles Dodgers
AMP-CSA Chris Sale - Boston Red Sox
AMP-CY Christian Yelich - Milwaukee Brewers
AMP-DE Dennis Eckersley - Oakland Athletics
AMP-DP Dustin Pedroia - Boston Red Sox
AMP-FF Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
AMP-GC Gerrit Cole - Houston Astros
AMP-GS Giancarlo Stanton - New York Yankees
AMP-GSP George Springer - Houston Astros
AMP-GT Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
AMP-JA Jose Abreu - Chicago White Sox
AMP-JB Javier Baez - Chicago Cubs
AMP-JDE Jacob deGrom - New York Mets
AMP-JG Juan Gonzalez - Texas Rangers
AMP-JR Jose Ramirez - Cleveland Indians
AMP-JU Justin Upton - Los Angeles Angels
AMP-KB Kris Bryant - Chicago Cubs
AMP-LS Luis Severino - New York Yankees
AMP-MC Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
AMP-MM Mark McGwire - St. Louis Cardinals
AMP-MMC Manny Machado - Los Angeles Dodgers
AMP-MP Mike Piazza - Los Angeles Dodgers
AMP-MS Max Scherzer - Washington Nationals
AMP-MT Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
AMP-NR Nolan Ryan - Texas Rangers
AMP-NS Noah Syndergaard - New York Mets
AMP-OA Ozzie Albies - Atlanta Braves
AMP-OS Ozzie Smith - St. Louis Cardinals
AMP-PG Paul Goldschmidt - Arizona Diamondbacks
AMP-PM Pedro Martinez - Boston Red Sox
AMP-RA Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
AMP-RC Roberto Clemente - Pittsburgh Pirates
AMP-RCA Rod Carew - California Angels
AMP-RH Rhys Hoskins - Philadelphia Phillies
AMP-RHE Rickey Henderson - Oakland Athletics
AMP-RJ Randy Johnson - Seattle Mariners
AMP-RM Roger Maris - New York Yankees
AMP-SP Salvador Perez - Kansas City Royals
AMP-TC Ty Cobb - Detroit Tigers
AMP-TT Trea Turner - Washington Nationals

 

Retro Hat Manufactured Logo Patch Checklist

39 cards. Hobby/Jumbo only.
PARALLEL CARDS: 150th Anniversary #/150, Gold #/50, Red #/25, Platinum 1/1.

RHLP-AB Alex Bregman - Houston Astros
RHLP-ABR Alex Bregman - Houston Astros
RHLP-AN Aaron Nola - Philadelphia Phillies
RHLP-AR Anthony Rizzo - Chicago Cubs
RHLP-BS Blake Snell - Tampa Bay Rays
RHLP-CC Carlos Correa - Houston Astros
RHLP-CK Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
RHLP-CY Christian Yelich - Milwaukee Brewers
RHLP-DP Dustin Pedroia - Boston Red Sox
RHLP-DS Dansby Swanson - Atlanta Braves
RHLP-EA Elvis Andrus - Texas Rangers
RHLP-FF Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
RHLP-FL Francisco Lindor - Cleveland Indians
RHLP-GS George Springer - Houston Astros
RHLP-JAB Jose Abreu - Chicago White Sox
RHLP-JAL Jose Altuve - Houston Astros
RHLP-JD Jacob deGrom - New York Mets
RHLP-JM Joe Mauer - Minnesota Twins
RHLP-JR Jose Ramirez - Cleveland Indians
RHLP-LC Lorenzo Cain - Milwaukee Brewers
RHLP-MB Mookie Betts - Boston Red Sox
RHLP-MC Michael Conforto - New York Mets
RHLP-MK Matt Kemp - Los Angeles Dodgers
RHLP-MT Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
RHLP-MTR Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
RHLP-NS Noah Syndergaard - New York Mets
RHLP-OA Ozzie Albies - Atlanta Braves
RHLP-PG Paul Goldschmidt - Arizona Diamondbacks
RHLP-RC Robinson Cano - Seattle Mariners
RHLP-RH Rhys Hoskins - Philadelphia Phillies
RHLP-SM Starling Marte - Pittsburgh Pirates
RHLP-SO Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels
RHLP-TMA Trey Mancini - Baltimore Orioles
RHLP-TS Travis Shaw - Milwaukee Brewers
RHLP-WM Wil Myers - San Diego Padres
RHLP-XB Xander Bogaerts - Boston Red Sox
RHLP-YM Yadier Molina - St. Louis Cardinals
RHLP-YMO Yoan Moncada - Chicago White Sox
RHLP-ZG Zack Greinke - Arizona Diamondbacks

 

Sketch Cards Set Checklist

Serial numbered 1/1. Hobby exclusive.
Over 450 Original Art Sketch Cards randomly included.

 

2019 Topps Series 1 Baseball Insert Checklist

 

1984 Topps Baseball Set Checklist

100 cards.
PARALLEL CARDS: 150th Anniversary #/150, Red #/10, Platinum 1/1.
2019 Topps Series 1 Baseball Cards 42

T84-1 Don Mattingly - New York Yankees
T84-2 Juan Soto - Washington Nationals
T84-3 Trea Turner - Washington Nationals
T84-4 Rhys Hoskins - Philadelphia Phillies
T84-5 Javier Baez - Chicago Cubs
T84-6 Carlos Santana - Philadelphia Phillies
T84-7 Jake Bauers - Tampa Bay Rays
T84-8 Max Scherzer - Washington Nationals
T84-9 Vladimir Guerrero - Montreal Expos
T84-10 J.T. Realmuto - Miami Marlins
T84-11 Luis Urias - San Diego Padres
T84-12 Trevor Hoffman - San Diego Padres
T84-13 Luke Weaver - St. Louis Cardinals
T84-14 Paul Goldschmidt - Arizona Diamondbacks
T84-15 Joey Votto - Cincinnati Reds
T84-16 Whit Merrifield - Kansas City Royals
T84-17 Bob Gibson - St. Louis Cardinals
T84-18 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
T84-19 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
T84-20 Mookie Betts - Boston Red Sox
T84-21 Andrew Benintendi - Boston Red Sox
T84-22 Jose Altuve - Houston Astros
T84-23 Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
T84-24 Wade Boggs - Boston Red Sox
T84-25 Nick Williams - Philadelphia Phillies
T84-26 Luis Severino - New York Yankees
T84-27 Chris Sale - Boston Red Sox
T84-28 Ramon Laureano - Oakland Athletics
T84-29 Pedro Martinez - Boston Red Sox
T84-30 Frank Thomas - Chicago White Sox
T84-31 Will Clark - San Francisco Giants
T84-32 Robin Yount - Milwaukee Brewers
T84-33 Dee Gordon - Seattle Mariners
T84-34 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
T84-35 Ivan Rodriguez - Texas Rangers
T84-36 Jacob deGrom - New York Mets
T84-37 Touki Toussaint - Atlanta Braves
T84-38 Charlie Blackmon - Colorado Rockies
T84-39 Anthony Rizzo - Chicago Cubs
T84-40 Blake Snell - Tampa Bay Rays
T84-41 Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
T84-42 Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
T84-43 Mike Piazza - New York Mets
T84-44 Kris Bryant - Chicago Cubs
T84-45 Zack Greinke - Arizona Diamondbacks
T84-46 Kyle Seager - Seattle Mariners
T84-47 Trey Mancini - Baltimore Orioles
T84-48 Eric Thames - Milwaukee Brewers
T84-49 Dennis Eckersley - Oakland Athletics
T84-50 Kyle Tucker - Houston Astros
T84-51 Matt Chapman - Oakland Athletics
T84-52 Ozzie Albies - Atlanta Braves
T84-53 Joey Gallo - Texas Rangers
T84-54 Dale Murphy - Atlanta Braves
T84-55 Matt Olson - Oakland Athletics
T84-56 Starling Marte - Pittsburgh Pirates
T84-57 Roberto Alomar - Toronto Blue Jays
T84-58 Justin Verlander - Houston Astros
T84-59 Adrian Beltre - Texas Rangers
T84-60 Eric Hosmer - San Diego Padres
T84-61 Mark McGwire - Oakland Athletics
T84-62 Tom Glavine - Atlanta Braves
T84-63 Eddie Rosario - Minnesota Twins
T84-64 Christian Yelich - Milwaukee Brewers
T84-65 Steve Carlton - Philadelphia Phillies
T84-66 Jose Ramirez - Cleveland Indians
T84-67 Buster Posey - San Francisco Giants
T84-68 Jesus Aguilar - Milwaukee Brewers
T84-69 Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels
T84-70 Albert Pujols - Los Angeles Angels
T84-71 Nolan Arenado - Colorado Rockies
T84-72 Matt Carpenter - St. Louis Cardinals
T84-73 Ozzie Smith - St. Louis Cardinals
T84-74 Aaron Nola - Philadelphia Phillies
T84-75 Bo Jackson - Kansas City Royals
T84-76 Willie McCovey - San Francisco Giants
T84-77 Jose Abreu - Chicago White Sox
T84-78 Ryan O'Hearn - Kansas City Royals
T84-79 Gary Sanchez - New York Yankees
T84-80 Jeff McNeil - New York Mets
T84-81 Kolby Allard - Atlanta Braves
T84-82 Yadier Molina - St. Louis Cardinals
T84-83 Travis Shaw - Milwaukee Brewers
T84-84 Jonathan Loaisiga - New York Yankees
T84-85 Bert Blyleven - Minnesota Twins
T84-86 Jose Berrios - Minnesota Twins
T84-87 Wil Myers - San Diego Padres
T84-88 Brian Anderson - Miami Marlins
T84-89 Francisco Lindor - Cleveland Indians
T84-90 Noah Syndergaard - New York Mets
T84-91 Miles Mikolas - St. Louis Cardinals
T84-92 Carlos Correa - Houston Astros
T84-93 Mitch Haniger - Seattle Mariners
T84-94 Corey Seager - Los Angeles Dodgers
T84-95 Khris Davis - Oakland Athletics
T84-96 Nolan Ryan - Houston Astros
T84-97 Chance Adams - New York Yankees
T84-98 David Ortiz - Boston Red Sox
T84-99 Trevor Bauer - Cleveland Indians
T84-100 Aaron Judge - New York Yankees

 

2018 Topps Now Review Set Checklist

10 cards.
2019 Topps Series 1 Baseball Cards 43

TN-1 Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
TN-2 Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels
TN-3 Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels
TN-4 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
TN-5 Juan Soto - Washington Nationals
TN-6 Bryce Harper - Washington Nationals
TN-7 Kyle Schwarber - Chicago Cubs
TN-8 Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
TN-9 Trout/Pujols/Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels
TN-10 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves

 

150 Years of Professional Baseball Checklist

150 cards.
PARALLEL CARDS: Green, 150th Anniversary #/150, Red #/10, Platinum 1/1.
2019 Topps Series 1 Baseball Cards 5

Greatest Moments
150-1 Babe Ruth - Boston Red Sox
150-2 Babe Ruth - New York Yankees
150-3 Lou Gehrig - New York Yankees
150-4 Roger Maris - New York Yankees
150-5 Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
150-6 Carlton Fisk - Boston Red Sox
150-7 Reggie Jackson - New York Yankees
150-8 Jackie Robinson - Brooklyn Dodgers
150-9 Babe Ruth - New York Yankees
150-10 Nolan Ryan - Texas Rangers
150-11 Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
150-12 Babe Ruth - New York Yankees
150-13 Babe Ruth - New York Yankees
150-14 Ty Cobb - Detroit Tigers
150-15 Mike Piazza - New York Mets
150-16 Nolan Ryan - Houston Astros
150-17 Rickey Henderson - Oakland Athletics
150-18 Ichiro - Seattle Mariners
150-19 Roberto Clemente - Pittsburgh Pirates
150-20 David Ortiz - Boston Red Sox
150-21 Ty Cobb - Detroit Tigers
150-22 Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
150-23 Jackie Robinson - Brooklyn Dodgers
150-24 Mariano Rivera - New York Yankees
150-25 Ozzie Smith - St. Louis Cardinals
150-26 Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
150-27 The Topps Company - Brooklyn
150-28 Nolan Ryan - California Angels
150-29 Lou Brock - St. Louis Cardinals
150-30 William Howard Taft - President of the United States
150-31 Catfish Hunter - Oakland Athletics
150-32 Ted Williams - Boston Red Sox
150-33 Hank Aaron - Atlanta Braves
150-34 Ted Williams - Boston Red Sox
150-35 Hank Aaron - Atlanta Braves
150-36 Wrigley Field - Chicago Cubs
150-37 Bill Mazeroski - Pittsburgh Pirates
150-38 Brooks Robinson - Baltimore Orioles
150-39 Phil Niekro - New York Yankees
150-40 Duke Snider - Brooklyn Dodgers
150-41 Lou Gehrig - New York Yankees
150-42 Ted Williams - Boston Red Sox
150-43 Larry Doby - Cleveland Indians
150-44 George Brett - Kansas City Royals
150-45 Sandy Koufax - Los Angeles Dodgers
150-46 Enos Slaughter - St. Louis Cardinals
150-47 Sandy Koufax - Los Angeles Dodgers
150-48 Ted Williams - Boston Red Sox
150-49 Eddie Mathews - Milwaukee Braves
150-50 Oriole Park at Camden Yards - Baltimore Orioles
Greatest Players
150-51 Babe Ruth - New York Yankees
150-52 Jackie Robinson - Brooklyn Dodgers
150-53 Lou Gehrig - New York Yankees
150-54 Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
150-55 Robin Yount - Milwaukee Brewers
150-56 Tom Glavine - Atlanta Braves
150-57 Vladimir Guerrero - Montréal Expos
150-58 Don Mattingly - New York Yankees
150-59 Reggie Jackson - New York Yankees
150-60 Ivan Rodriguez - Texas Rangers
150-61 Roger Maris - New York Yankees
150-62 Dennis Eckersley - Oakland Athletics
150-63 Mariano Rivera - New York Yankees
150-64 Frank Thomas - Chicago White Sox
150-65 Adrian Beltre - Texas Rangers
150-66 Justin Verlander - Houston Astros
150-67 Rod Carew - Minnesota Twins
150-68 Bryce Harper - Washington Nationals
150-69 Ernie Banks - Chicago Cubs
150-70 Mike Piazza - New York Mets
150-71 Mark McGwire - Oakland Athletics
150-72 Roberto Clemente - Pittsburgh Pirates
150-73 Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
150-74 Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
150-75 Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
150-76 Bob Gibson - St. Louis Cardinals
150-77 Al Kaline - Detroit Tigers
150-78 Albert Pujols - Los Angeles Angels
150-79 Wade Boggs - Boston Red Sox
150-80 David Ortiz - Boston Red Sox
150-81 Willie McCovey - San Francisco Giants
150-82 Tom Seaver - New York Mets
150-83 Steve Carlton - Philadelphia Phillies
150-84 Ty Cobb - Detroit Tigers
150-85 Carl Yastrzemski - Boston Red Sox
150-86 Pedro Martinez - Boston Red Sox
150-87 Juan Marichal - San Francisco Giants
150-88 Nolan Ryan - Houston Astros
150-89 Hank Aaron - Milwaukee Braves
150-90 Ted Williams - Boston Red Sox
150-91 Bob Feller - Cleveland Indians
150-92 Duke Snider - Brooklyn Dodgers
150-93 Eddie Mathews - Boston Braves
150-94 Warren Spahn - Milwaukee Braves
150-95 George Brett - Kansas City Royals
150-96 Brooks Robinson - Baltimore Orioles
150-97 Lou Brock - St. Louis Cardinals
150-98 Jim Palmer - Baltimore Orioles
150-99 Harmon Killebrew - Minnesota Twins
150-100 Ichiro - Seattle Mariners
Greatest Seasons
150-101 Ty Cobb - Detroit Tigers
150-102 Babe Ruth - Boston Red Sox
150-103 Jake Arrieta - Chicago Cubs
150-104 Ichiro - Seattle Mariners
150-105 Rickey Henderson - Oakland Athletics
150-106 Rickey Henderson - New York Yankees
150-107 Frank Thomas - Chicago White Sox
150-108 Jeff Bagwell - Houston Astros
150-109 Mookie Betts - Boston Red Sox
150-110 Albert Pujols - St. Louis Cardinals
150-111 Jacob deGrom - New York Mets
150-112 Pedro Martinez - Boston Red Sox
150-113 Bob Gibson - St. Louis Cardinals
150-114 Ichiro - Seattle Mariners
150-115 Steve Carlton - Philadelphia Phillies
150-116 Carl Yastrzemski - Boston Red Sox
150-117 Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
150-118 Lou Gehrig - New York Yankees
150-119 Tom Seaver - New York Mets
150-120 Roger Maris - New York Yankees
150-121 Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
150-122 Jackie Robinson - Brooklyn Dodgers
150-123 Sandy Koufax - Los Angeles Dodgers
150-124 Ted Williams - Boston Red Sox
150-125 Randy Johnson - Arizona Diamondbacks
150-126 Juan Marichal - San Francisco Giants
150-127 Ernie Banks - Chicago Cubs
150-128 Mark McGwire - St. Louis Cardinals
150-129 Todd Helton - Colorado Rockies
150-130 Albert Pujols - St. Louis Cardinals
150-131 Bryce Harper - Washington Nationals
150-132 Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
150-133 Joe Morgan - Cincinnati Reds
150-134 Nolan Ryan - California Angels
150-135 Hank Aaron - Milwaukee Braves
150-136 Mark McGwire - Oakland Athletics
150-137 Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
150-138 Robin Yount - Milwaukee Brewers
150-139 Zack Greinke - Los Angeles Dodgers
150-140 Nolan Ryan - Texas Rangers
150-141 Mike Piazza - Los Angeles Dodgers
150-142 Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
150-143 Willie McCovey - San Francisco Giants
150-144 Rod Carew - Minnesota Twins
150-145 Pedro Martinez - Boston Red Sox
150-146 Babe Ruth - New York Yankees
150-147 Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
150-148 Lou Gehrig - New York Yankees
150-149 Babe Ruth - New York Yankees
150-150 Jim Rice - Boston Red Sox

 

Evolution of Set Checklist

25 cards.
PARALLEL CARDS: 150th Anniversary #/150, Red #/10, Platinum 1/1.
2019 Topps Series 1 Baseball Cards 4

Team Logos/Uniforms
EO-1 Jackie Robinson - Brooklyn Dodgers
EO-1 Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
EO-2 Hank Aaron - Milwaukee Braves
EO-2 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
EO-3 Bryce Harper - Washington Nationals
EO-3 Vladimir Guerrero - Montréal Expos
EO-4 Harmon Killebrew - Washington Senators
EO-4 Joe Mauer - Minnesota Twins
EO-5 Blake Snell - Tampa Bay Rays
EO-5 Wade Boggs - Tampa Bay Devil Rays
EO-6 Bob Feller - Cleveland Indians
EO-6 Francisco Lindor - Cleveland Indians
EO-7 Babe Ruth - New York Yankees
EO-7 Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
EO-8 Ty Cobb - Detroit Tigers
EO-8 Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
EO-9 Andrew Benintendi - Boston Red Sox
EO-9 Ted Williams - Boston Red Sox
EO-10 Kris Bryant - Chicago Cubs
EO-10 Ernie Banks - Chicago Cubs
Stadiums
EO-11 Fenway Park - Boston Red Sox
EO-11 Fenway Park - Boston Red Sox
EO-12 Wrigley Field - Chicago Cubs
EO-12 Wrigley Field - Chicago Cubs
EO-13 Yankee Stadium - New York Yankees
EO-13 Yankee Stadium - New York Yankees
EO-14 Candlestick Park - San Francisco Giants
EO-14 At&t Park - San Francisco Giants
EO-15 Ebbets Field - Brooklyn Dodgers
EO-15 Dodger Stadium - Los Angeles Dodgers
EO-16 Forbes Field - Pittsburgh Pirates
EO-16 PNC Park - Pittsburgh Pirates
EO-17 Sportsman's Park - St. Louis Cardinals
EO-17 Busch Stadium - St. Louis Cardinals
EO-18 Shea Stadium - New York Mets
EO-18 Citi Field - New York Mets
EO-19 Memorial Stadium - Baltimore Orioles
EO-19 Oriole Park at Camden Yards - Baltimore Orioles
EO-20 Crosley Field - Cincinnati Reds
EO-20 Great American Ball Park - Cincinnati Reds
Equipment
EO-21 Vintage Baseball
EO-21 Modern Baseball
EO-22 Vintage Catcher's Mask
EO-22 Modern Catcher's Mask
EO-23 Vintage Baseball Glove
EO-23 Modern Baseball Glove
EO-24 Vintage Sunglasses
EO-24 Modern Sunglasses
EO-25 Vintage Cleats
EO-25 Modern Cleats

 

Cactus League Legends Set Checklist

30 cards. Retail Display Box & Gravity Feed only.
PARALLEL CARDS: 150th Anniversary #/150, Red #/10, Platinum 1/1.

CLL-1 Ernie Banks - Chicago Cubs
CLL-2 Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
CLL-3 Rickey Henderson - Oakland Athletics
CLL-4 Juan Marichal - San Francisco Giants
CLL-5 Rod Carew - California Angels
CLL-6 Ichiro - Seattle Mariners
CLL-7 Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
CLL-8 Frank Thomas - Chicago White Sox
CLL-9 Reggie Jackson - Oakland Athletics
CLL-10 Brooks Robinson - Baltimore Orioles
CLL-11 Corey Seager - Los Angeles Dodgers
CLL-12 Paul Goldschmidt - Arizona Diamondbacks
CLL-13 Buster Posey - San Francisco Giants
CLL-14 Trevor Hoffman - San Diego Padres
CLL-15 Adrian Beltre - Texas Rangers
CLL-16 Mark McGwire - Oakland Athletics
CLL-17 Will Clark - San Francisco Giants
CLL-18 Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels
CLL-19 Willie McCovey - San Francisco Giants
CLL-20 Randy Johnson - Seattle Mariners
CLL-21 Fergie Jenkins - Chicago Cubs
CLL-22 Albert Pujols - Los Angeles Angels
CLL-23 Kris Bryant - Chicago Cubs
CLL-24 Joey Votto - Cincinnati Reds
CLL-25 Francisco Lindor - Cleveland Indians
CLL-26 Nolan Arenado - Colorado Rockies
CLL-27 Charlie Blackmon - Colorado Rockies
CLL-28 Khris Davis - Oakland Athletics
CLL-29 Robin Yount - Milwaukee Brewers
CLL-30 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers

 

Grapefruit League Greats Set Checklist

30 cards. Blaster Relic Box only.
PARALLEL CARDS: 150th Anniversary #/150, Red #/10, Platinum 1/1.
2019 Topps Series 1 Baseball Cards 6

GLG-1 Hank Aaron - Milwaukee Braves
GLG-2 Jackie Robinson - Brooklyn Dodgers
GLG-3 Don Mattingly - New York Yankees
GLG-4 Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
GLG-5 Babe Ruth - New York Yankees
GLG-6 Ted Williams - Boston Red Sox
GLG-7 Ty Cobb - Detroit Tigers
GLG-8 Lou Gehrig - New York Yankees
GLG-9 Sandy Koufax - Los Angeles Dodgers
GLG-10 Bob Gibson - St. Louis Cardinals
GLG-11 Roberto Clemente - Pittsburgh Pirates
GLG-12 Nolan Ryan - Houston Astros
GLG-13 George Brett - Kansas City Royals
GLG-14 Max Scherzer - Washington Nationals
GLG-15 Pedro Martinez - Los Angeles Dodgers
GLG-16 Chipper Jones - Atlanta Braves
GLG-17 Wade Boggs - Boston Red Sox
GLG-18 Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
GLG-19 Carl Yastrzemski - Boston Red Sox
GLG-20 Al Kaline - Detroit Tigers
GLG-21 David Ortiz - Boston Red Sox
GLG-22 Vladimir Guerrero - Montréal Expos
GLG-23 Bo Jackson - Kansas City Royals
GLG-24 Jose Altuve - Houston Astros
GLG-25 Mike Piazza - Los Angeles Dodgers
GLG-26 Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
GLG-27 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
GLG-28 Mookie Betts - Boston Red Sox
GLG-29 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
GLG-30 Yadier Molina - St. Louis Cardinals

 

Greatness Returns Set Checklist

25 cards.
PARALLEL CARDS: 150th Anniversary #/150, Red #/10, Platinum 1/1.

GR-1 Nolan Ryan - Houston Astros
GR-1 Justin Verlander - Houston Astros
GR-2 Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
GR-2 Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
GR-3 Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
GR-3 Sandy Koufax - Los Angeles Dodgers
GR-4 Giancarlo Stanton - New York Yankees
GR-4 Reggie Jackson - New York Yankees
GR-5 Robin Yount - Milwaukee Brewers
GR-5 Christian Yelich - Milwaukee Brewers
GR-6 Andrew Benintendi - Boston Red Sox
GR-6 Carl Yastrzemski - Boston Red Sox
GR-7 Mookie Betts - Boston Red Sox
GR-7 Ted Williams - Boston Red Sox
GR-8 Ernie Banks - Chicago Cubs
GR-8 Javier Baez - Chicago Cubs
GR-9 Chris Sale - Boston Red Sox
GR-9 Pedro Martinez - Boston Red Sox
GR-10 Jacob deGrom - New York Mets
GR-10 Tom Seaver - New York Mets
GR-11 Ty Cobb - Detroit Tigers
GR-11 Bryce Harper - Washington Nationals
GR-12 Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels
GR-12 Nolan Ryan - California Angels
GR-13 Roberto Alomar - Cleveland Indians
GR-13 Francisco Lindor - Cleveland Indians
GR-14 Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
GR-14 Hank Aaron - Atlanta Braves
GR-15 Ichiro - Seattle Mariners
GR-15 Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels
GR-16 Will Clark - San Francisco Giants
GR-16 Buster Posey - San Francisco Giants
GR-17 Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
GR-17 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
GR-18 Max Scherzer - Washington Nationals
GR-18 Bob Gibson - St. Louis Cardinals
GR-19 Chris Sale - Boston Red Sox
GR-19 Randy Johnson - Seattle Mariners
GR-20 Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
GR-20 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
GR-21 Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
GR-21 Carlos Correa - Houston Astros
GR-22 Charlie Blackmon - Colorado Rockies
GR-22 Todd Helton - Colorado Rockies
GR-23 Brooks Robinson - Baltimore Orioles
GR-23 Nolan Arenado - Colorado Rockies
GR-24 Mookie Betts - Boston Red Sox
GR-24 Rickey Henderson - Oakland Athletics
GR-25 Albert Pujols - Los Angeles Angels
GR-25 Lou Gehrig - New York Yankees

 

Iconic Card Reprints Set Checklist

50 cards.
PARALLEL CARDS: 150th Anniversary #/150.
2019 Topps Series 1 Baseball Cards 47

ICR-1 Ty Cobb - Detroit Tigers
ICR-2 Ty Cobb - Detroit Tigers
ICR-3 Babe Ruth - Boston Red Sox
ICR-4 Babe Ruth - New York Yankees
ICR-5 Lou Gehrig - New York Yankees
ICR-6 Jackie Robinson - Brooklyn Dodgers
ICR-7 Al Kaline - Detroit Tigers
ICR-8 Roberto Clemente - Pittsburgh Pirates
ICR-9 Jackie Robinson - Brooklyn Dodgers
ICR-10 Roberto Clemente - Pittsburgh Pirates
ICR-11 Bob Gibson - St. Louis Cardinals
ICR-12 Carl Yastrzemski - Boston Red Sox
ICR-13 Rod Carew - Minnesota Twins
ICR-14 Robin Yount - Milwaukee Brewers
ICR-15 Don Mattingly - New York Yankees
ICR-16 Jose Canseco - Oakland Athletics
ICR-17 Bo Jackson - Kansas City Royals
ICR-18 Mike Piazza - Los Angeles Dodgers
ICR-19 Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
ICR-20 Miguel Cabrera - Florida Marlins
ICR-21 Albert Pujols - St. Louis Cardinals
ICR-22 Rickey Henderson - Oakland Athletics
ICR-23 Justin Verlander - Detroit Tigers
ICR-24 Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
ICR-25 Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
ICR-26 Buster Posey - San Francisco Giants
ICR-27 Stephen Strasburg - Washington Nationals
ICR-28 Bryce Harper - Washington Nationals
ICR-29 Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
ICR-30 Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
ICR-31 Mookie Betts - Boston Red Sox
ICR-32 Kris Bryant - Chicago Cubs
ICR-33 Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
ICR-34 Ichiro - Seattle Mariners
ICR-35 Tom Seaver - New York Mets
ICR-36 Nolan Ryan - New York Mets
ICR-37 Wade Boggs - Boston Red Sox
ICR-38 Mark McGwire - Oakland Athletics
ICR-39 Bob Feller - Cleveland Indians
ICR-40 Duke Snider - Brooklyn Dodgers
ICR-41 Eddie Mathews - Boston Braves
ICR-42 Warren Spahn - Milwaukee Braves
ICR-43 George Brett - Kansas City Royals
ICR-44 Brooks Robinson - Baltimore Orioles
ICR-45 Hank Aaron - Milwaukee Braves
ICR-46 Hank Aaron - Milwaukee Braves
ICR-47 Frank Thomas - Chicago White Sox
ICR-48 Mariano Rivera - New York Yankees
ICR-49 Sandy Koufax - Brooklyn Dodgers
ICR-50 Ted Williams - Boston Red Sox

 

Revolution of the Game Set Checklist

10 cards.
PARALLEL CARDS: 150th Anniversary #/150, Red #/10, Platinum 1/1.
2019 Topps Series 1 Baseball Cards 48

REV-2 Kenesaw Mountain Landis - Commissioner of Baseball
REV-3 Casey Stengel - New York Yankees
REV-5 Albert Spalding - Baseball Executive
REV-6 Tommy Lasorda - Los Angeles Dodgers
REV-7 Henry Chadwick - "Father of Baseball"
REV-7 Tony LaRussa - Oakland Athletics
REV-8 Joe Torre - New York Yankees
REV-9 Bill James - Baseball Statistician
REV-10 Branch Rickey - Brooklyn Dodgers
REV-11 Happy Chandler - Commissioner of Baseball

 

Star Player Highlights Set Checklist

60 cards. Retail only.
PARALLEL CARDS: 150th Anniversary #/150, Red #/10, Platinum 1/1.
2019 Topps Series 1 Baseball Cards 492019 Topps Series 1 Baseball Cards 50

Target only
GT-1 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
GT-2 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
GT-3 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
GT-4 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
GT-5 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
GT-6 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
GT-7 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
GT-8 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
GT-9 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
GT-10 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
GT-11 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
GT-12 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
GT-13 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
GT-14 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
GT-15 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
GT-16 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
GT-17 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
GT-18 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
GT-19 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
GT-20 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
GT-21 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
GT-22 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
GT-23 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
GT-24 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
GT-25 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
GT-26 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
GT-27 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
GT-28 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
GT-29 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
GT-30 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
Walmart Only
RA-1 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
RA-2 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
RA-3 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
RA-4 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
RA-5 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
RA-6 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
RA-7 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
RA-8 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
RA-9 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
RA-10 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
RA-11 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
RA-12 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
RA-13 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
RA-14 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
RA-15 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
RA-16 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
RA-17 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
RA-18 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
RA-19 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
RA-20 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
RA-21 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
RA-22 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
RA-23 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
RA-24 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
RA-25 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
RA-26 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
RA-27 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
RA-28 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
RA-29 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
RA-30 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves

 

Stars of the Game Set Checklist

100 cards. Retail only.

SSB-1 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
SSB-2 Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
SSB-3 J.D. Martinez - Boston Red Sox
SSB-4 Justin Verlander - Houston Astros
SSB-5 Luis Severino - New York Yankees
SSB-6 Edwin Encarnacion - Cleveland Indians
SSB-7 Christian Yelich - Milwaukee Brewers
SSB-8 Xander Bogaerts - Boston Red Sox
SSB-9 Eric Hosmer - San Diego Padres
SSB-10 Charlie Blackmon - Colorado Rockies
SSB-11 Rafael Devers - Boston Red Sox
SSB-12 Trea Turner - Washington Nationals
SSB-13 Gary Sanchez - New York Yankees
SSB-14 Kris Bryant - Chicago Cubs
SSB-15 Mookie Betts - Boston Red Sox
SSB-16 Michael Conforto - New York Mets
SSB-17 Nolan Arenado - Colorado Rockies
SSB-18 Paul Goldschmidt - Arizona Diamondbacks
SSB-19 Bryce Harper - Washington Nationals
SSB-20 Justin Upton - Los Angeles Angels
SSB-21 Francisco Lindor - Cleveland Indians
SSB-22 Eddie Rosario - Minnesota Twins
SSB-23 Gerrit Cole - Houston Astros
SSB-24 Eugenio Suarez - Cincinnati Reds
SSB-25 Joey Gallo - Texas Rangers
SSB-26 Andrew Benintendi - Boston Red Sox
SSB-27 Jose Berrios - Minnesota Twins
SSB-28 Rhys Hoskins - Philadelphia Phillies
SSB-29 Blake Snell - Tampa Bay Rays
SSB-30 Miguel Andujar - New York Yankees
SSB-31 Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels
SSB-32 Matt Carpenter - St. Louis Cardinals
SSB-33 Anthony Rizzo - Chicago Cubs
SSB-34 Corey Seager - Los Angeles Dodgers
SSB-35 Adrian Beltre - Texas Rangers
SSB-36 Whit Merrifield - Kansas City Royals
SSB-37 Alex Bregman - Houston Astros
SSB-38 Max Scherzer - Washington Nationals
SSB-39 Nicholas Castellanos - Detroit Tigers
SSB-40 Adam Jones - Baltimore Orioles
SSB-41 Stephen Strasburg - Washington Nationals
SSB-42 Scooter Gennett - Cincinnati Reds
SSB-43 Manny Machado - Los Angeles Dodgers
SSB-44 Lorenzo Cain - Milwaukee Brewers
SSB-45 Wil Myers - San Diego Padres
SSB-46 Javier Baez - Chicago Cubs
SSB-47 Khris Davis - Oakland Athletics
SSB-48 Giancarlo Stanton - New York Yankees
SSB-49 Starling Marte - Pittsburgh Pirates
SSB-50 Carlos Correa - Houston Astros
SSB-51 Aaron Nola - Philadelphia Phillies
SSB-52 Yoan Moncada - Chicago White Sox
SSB-53 Mitch Haniger - Seattle Mariners
SSB-54 Dee Gordon - Seattle Mariners
SSB-55 Jose Abreu - Chicago White Sox
SSB-56 Juan Soto - Washington Nationals
SSB-57 Jose Altuve - Houston Astros
SSB-58 Zack Greinke - Arizona Diamondbacks
SSB-59 Michael Kopech - Chicago White Sox
SSB-60 Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
SSB-61 Felix Hernandez - Seattle Mariners
SSB-62 Jacob deGrom - New York Mets
SSB-63 Ozzie Albies - Atlanta Braves
SSB-64 Joey Votto - Cincinnati Reds
SSB-65 Salvador Perez - Kansas City Royals
SSB-66 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
SSB-67 Trey Mancini - Baltimore Orioles
SSB-68 Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
SSB-69 Trevor Bauer - Cleveland Indians
SSB-70 Jose Ramirez - Cleveland Indians
SSB-71 Kyle Schwarber - Chicago Cubs
SSB-72 Edwin Diaz - Seattle Mariners
SSB-73 Justin Smoak - Toronto Blue Jays
SSB-74 Yoenis Cespedes - New York Mets
SSB-75 Andrew McCutchen - New York Yankees
SSB-76 Matt Chapman - Oakland Athletics
SSB-77 Corey Kluber - Cleveland Indians
SSB-78 Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
SSB-79 Robinson Cano - Seattle Mariners
SSB-80 Masahiro Tanaka - New York Yankees
SSB-81 Paul DeJong - St. Louis Cardinals
SSB-82 Yadier Molina - St. Louis Cardinals
SSB-83 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
SSB-84 Jon Lester - Chicago Cubs
SSB-85 Marcell Ozuna - St. Louis Cardinals
SSB-86 Ichiro - Seattle Mariners
SSB-87 James Paxton - Seattle Mariners
SSB-88 Josh Donaldson - Cleveland Indians
SSB-89 Nelson Cruz - Seattle Mariners
SSB-90 J.T. Realmuto - Miami Marlins
SSB-91 Yu Darvish - Chicago Cubs
SSB-92 Trevor Story - Colorado Rockies
SSB-93 Albert Pujols - Los Angeles Angels
SSB-94 Noah Syndergaard - New York Mets
SSB-95 Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
SSB-96 Daniel Murphy - Chicago Cubs
SSB-97 Buster Posey - San Francisco Giants
SSB-98 George Springer - Houston Astros
SSB-99 Chris Sale - Boston Red Sox
SSB-100 Kyle Tucker - Houston Astros

 

Home Run Challenge Code Set Checklist

2019 Topps Series 1 Baseball Cards 51

HRC-1 Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
HRC-2 J.D. Martinez - Boston Red Sox
HRC-3 Giancarlo Stanton - New York Yankees
HRC-4 Jose Ramirez - Cleveland Indians
HRC-5 Khris Davis - Oakland Athletics
HRC-6 Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
HRC-7 Bryce Harper - Washington Nationals
HRC-8 Manny Machado - Los Angeles Dodgers
HRC-9 Nolan Arenado - Colorado Rockies
HRC-10 Paul Goldschmidt - Arizona Diamondbacks
HRC-11 Mookie Betts - Boston Red Sox
HRC-12 Kris Bryant - Chicago Cubs
HRC-13 Javier Baez - Chicago Cubs
HRC-14 Alex Bregman - Houston Astros
HRC-15 Francisco Lindor - Cleveland Indians
HRC-16 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
HRC-17 Rhys Hoskins - Philadelphia Phillies
HRC-18 Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels
HRC-19 Carlos Correa - Houston Astros
HRC-20 Anthony Rizzo - Chicago Cubs
HRC-21 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
HRC-22 Andrew Benintendi - Boston Red Sox
HRC-23 Ozzie Albies - Atlanta Braves
HRC-24 Joey Votto - Cincinnati Reds
HRC-25 Trevor Story - Colorado Rockies
HRC-26 Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
HRC-27 Jose Altuve - Houston Astros
HRC-28 George Springer - Houston Astros
HRC-29 Matt Carpenter - St. Louis Cardinals
HRC-30 Gary Sanchez - New York Yankees
HRC-31 Kyle Schwarber - Chicago Cubs
HRC-32 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
HRC-33 Miguel Andujar - New York Yankees
HRC-34 Christian Yelich - Milwaukee Brewers
HRC-35 Juan Soto - Washington Nationals

 

150 Greatest Cards Redemption Set Checklist

50 cards.

1952 Topps #1 - Andy Pafko
1952 Topps #216 - Richie Ashburn
1952 Topps #88 - Bob Feller
1952 Topps #33 - Warren Spahn
1953 Topps #27 - Roy Campanella
1954 Topps #94 - Ernie Banks
1954 Topps #201 - Al Kaline
1954 Topps #132 - Tommy Lasorda
1954 Topps #1 - Ted Williams
1954 Topps #37 - Whitey Ford
1954 Topps #10 - Jackie Robinson
1955 Topps #164 - Roberto Clemente
1955 Topps #124 - Harmon Killebrew
1955 Topps #123 - Sandy Koufax
1955 Topps #2 - Ted Williams
1956 Topps #292 - Luis Aparicio
1956 Topps #31 - Hank Aaron
1956 Topps #15 - Ernie Banks
1956 Topps #33 - Roberto Clemente
1956 Topps #30 - Jackie Robinson
1957 Topps #24 - Bill Mazeroski
1957 Topps #328 - Brooks Robinson
1957 Topps #35 - Frank Robinson
1957 Topps #76 - Roberto Clemente
1958 Topps #343 - Orlando Cepeda
1958 Topps #187 - Sandy Koufax
1959 Topps #338 - Sparky Anderson
1959 Topps #514 - Bob Gibson
1960 Topps #316 - Willie McCovey
1960 Topps #148 - Carl Yastrzemski
1960 Topps #377 - Roger Maris
1961 Topps #415 - Hank Aaron
1962 Topps #387 - Lou Brock
1962 Topps #5 - Sandy Koufax
1965 Topps #16 - Joe Morgan
1966 Topps #126 - Jim Palmer
1968 Topps #247 - Johnny Bench
1968 Topps #177 - Nolan Ryan
1969 Topps #260 - Reggie Jackson
1970 Topps #189 - Thurman Munson
1974 Topps #456 - Dave Winfield
1975 Topps #228 - George Brett
1978 Topps #707 - Paul/Alan Molitor/Trammell
1979 Topps #116 - Ozzie Smith
1980 Topps #482 - Rickey Henderson
1982 Topps #21 - Cal Ripken Jr.
1983 Topps #83 - Ryne Sandberg
1984 Topps #8 - Don Mattingly
1985 Topps #401 - Mark McGwire
1992 Topps #98 - Derek Jeter

 

 

2019 Topps Series 1 Baseball Hobby Pack Odds and NPN info:

Shop Boxes

Shop for 2019 Topps Series 1 Baseball Hobby Boxes

Each hobby box is slated to have:

  • 1 Autograph or Relic

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Each hobby box is slated to have:

  • 1 Autograph and 2 Relics

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2019 Topps Series 1 Jumbo Box $69.992019 Topps Series 1 Baseball Cards 53
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2019 Topps Series 1 Blaster box Box 7 packs + one patch card free shipping $15.502019 Topps Series 1 Baseball Cards 53
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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.

User Reviews

  1. A nice departure from the previous few years where the designs were hard to distinguish at first sight.

  2. I hate it.

    Let me point out the ways.

    Who thought putting a light gray name on a white background was a good idea.

    Speaking of names what is going on with putting the last name on top of the first name.

    Then they try to squeeze the team name in the bottom right side.

    Then you have the disco lights on the lower left corner.

    Looks like I will not be collecting the set.

    Depending on what inserts they have and what they look like I may not collect anything from this set at all.

    Including next years design I am only collecting 1 design out of the last 4 years at that is this years design.

    This is in my opinion will go down as one of the ugliest designs ever.

  3. My initial thoughts, I like it. It will be interested to see how they use “…to indicate parallel versions.”

  4. I wish they had a full border, but I like it better than the last 3 years designs. 2017 might be the worst Topps design ever.

  5. I think cards need more of a distinctive border to tell the apart from other years like they did up until the 2000’s

  6. Finally, a nice clean design that allows the viewer to focus on the player image.

  7. It was high time Topps brought back a card with borders – half border in this case. It works very well, though. I wish the white banner including the player’s last name was thinner. A fading effect occupying half the banner would look great. Players’ last names could be smaller this way.

  8. Not sure of the design they look more like an insert card than a standard base card but we will have to see what they look like in person to really tell.

  9. My favorite is the 2016 set – loved the mold-breaking borderless design. 2017 wasn’t as innovative; 2018 was a little better.

    Can’t say I love the 2019 – the big white strip by the name is just kinda ugly.

    IMO, take out the giant last name and keep it on the same line as the first name, and extend the pic all the way down.

  10. I like the Topps 2019 Baseball they are an awesome looking cards.I like to know how many baseball cards are there in topps 2019 baseball series 1.

  11. These are all the details we have right now. Updated info will be added when it’s available. However, the base set for Series 1 is normally 350 cards.

  12. However, the standard Hobby format sees an overhaul that takes it from 36 packs at 10 cards per pack in 2018, to 24 packs at 14 cards per pack in 2019. Jumbo also has a decrease in pack size

    What are the number of cards in a jumbo pack? I wonder why they are getting rid of cards in packs. Are they finally figuring out that people do not like buying their crappy cards and are making less of them. Will the price also be decreased. Oh of course not. They will decrease card and pack size but keep the price the same or raise it.

    I am looking forward to these insert sets. Evolution of focuses on the many changes in the game over the years, such as equipment, logos, stadiums and uniforms. Moving past the field of play, Revolution of the Game is for the game-changing subjects who weren’t players. Tying into the sesquicentennial celebration, the 150 Years of Professional Baseball line offers 50 of the Greatest Players, 50 of the Greatest Moments, and an assortment of the Greatest Seasons during the last century and a half.

    They better have babe ruth in all 3 of the Greatest insert sets. He is one of if not the greatest player of all time. He hit 60 home runs in a season. He was a member of the 1927 yankess. They have no reason not to include him in each set.

    Even though I am looking forward to them now that might change when I see what they look like. If I do not like the look of them when released I will not collect them.

  13. This looks like a middle-of-the-road design to me. Its not going to be very memorable.

    I feel like Topps needs to get back to basics and start listening to collectors. I’m not talking about mid-high end products that are expected to be flashy. I’m talking about the classic Topps set here. They need to make cards easy to interpret front and back.

    I do like the stripe that runs 1/2 the card edge, similar to the 1982 set. However, the lack of a border makes these hard to grade and forced the eye to track the line rather than the entire body of the card composition.

    Another “Meh” effort by Topps. I’m looking forward to when Panini can (hopefully) print logos again after the MLB license expires in 2020.

  14. This is BS.

    I just read this on another site.

    “Some changes are coming with 2019 Topps baseball cards. Expect to pay a little more for a little less.

    After many years of putting 36 ten-card packs into a hobby box, Topps will give collectors 14 cards in a pack but there will be only 24 packs per box. Jumbo boxes are moving from 50 cards per pack to 46. The net result is a loss of 24 cards per hobby box and 40 per Jumbo. Expect the cost to go up a little bit, too.”

    So they are giving you less cards and charging you more.

  15. The Name Design is very similar to 1995 Collector Choice

  16. Out of curiosity, will Ohtani have both pitching and batting stats on one card or will he have two separate cards?

  17. I’m not rating it yet because it hasn’t come out, BUT I also take exception to the decreased pack sizes. Topps continues to take advantage of us collectors.
    This site lists Hobby configurations only, but a little research online also shows that retail blasters will have less cards too.
    I can only imagine all the different package configurations at retail will also have less cards (peg hook packs, gravity feed and hanger boxes, among others.)
    Maybe they have to start factoring in to their pricing all the different packaging methods. I’m not privy to the exact information, but I have tried to figure it out by myself only, that the typical Series 1 sets of the past 3 or 4 years have had about 50 different configurations and package sizes, spread all across all retailers (Wal Mart, Target, ToysRUs, etc.) That is a LOT.
    In case you are curious, turn the pack over and look for the PKG number on the back….
    I will still buy it, but come on!

  18. Ok Topps are there going to be any 1984 World Series Champion Tigers’ autographs in the set? Like say the latest HOFer’s Allan Trammall and Jack Morris? Kirk Gibson? Lance Parrish? Lou Whitaker? Willie Hernandez? I ain’t going to hold my breath, knowing Topps’ track record!

  19. Hideous, but what did you expect? Now that I think of it, it’s worse than hideous. It’s dull, like week-old oatmeal.
    Do some of us remember cards on card stock? And, no, not being pre-packaged with new players on card stock, then sold as “Heritage” so Topps can squeeze even more $$$, at outrageous prices. The modern baseball card is dead. It expired sometime in the late 80’s to early 90’s. Question: does Topps still use (human) designers? If so, they are way over paid. Frustrating, there are millions of young, bright designers out there who could bring innovation and dazzling designs to cards. Maybe, some day, Topps will be toppled by its own greed and incompetence…maybe.

  20. I wish they go back to sets when you could take 1 look at them from a distance and know what year it was.

  21. Really curious to see the checklist on the grapefruit league and the Legacy of Baseball Autographs (although I know I will never pull one).

    I think the design is just fine but would prefer a full boarder.

  22. Topps “designers” do not know the first thing about typography. Upside down names? Digitized frames? And of course we can look forward to the many poorly centered cards, courtesy of this company’s indifference to quality control. One of the worst sets in my 58 years of seeing Topps. And so many pointless inserts. Oh, and who wants to pay real money for fake “relics”? This ought to be illegal. And don’t forget all those fake sticker autographs. Once again, what’s to like here? More overproduced, overpriced garbage.

  23. I did find out that Topps will be doing the Home Run Challenge again in Series 1 and also an exclusive retail insert set of Gleyber Torres highlights

  24. I am reserving one star now until I see what they do with their League Leaders”
    The last 2 years they left the multiple player format and went to an easier to compile one player card, offering 30 single players instead of 10 3-player league leaders cards. Having collected for 54years I always liked the multi-player cards and league stats on back
    Hope they return to this format!!

  25. It reminds me a lot of 1982 Topps. I got into collecting in 1981 at the age of 7, so its a little nostalgic for me. I did like it when there was just one rookie card per player per set, and it was the “big card” to hopefully pull. Still remember when I was 10 or 11 and bought one pack of 1980 Topps hoping to pull the Henderson rookie – and i actually did!

  26. Doesn’t do anything for me – how to make better CARDS in my opinion…do this: place all the people who make the decisions to make the current year card in ONE ROOM …on all the walls surrounding them have EVERY card EVER MADE in large print so they can see them – make them stay there for HOURS until they come up with a DESIGN that LOOKS acceptable. Duh.

  27. I love the change in design. 2016 was great and the representation of the digital era was perfect. Not much changed in design until now. I think once everyone opens there first pack and it doesnt feel like a recycled version of the previous year it will grow on them. Love the Retro hat relic and cant wait to see the checklist on that. The 84 style card design as a Mets fan is iconic as a Doc and Daryl fanatic. (Cant wait for next year cause 85 was my first year of collecting). Topps puts out so many different sets throughout the year and this one is not about the extravagant design. The boxes around the border give it just enough of a modern makeover with a nostalgic feel. I probably would have given 4 stars for now but some of the harsh reviews needed to bump this up to more than a 2 1/2 star review. They want extravagant designs go pick your favorite Topps set and as much as we love the retro designs if we want the new generation of kids to join and get off there smart phones there must be a modern influence in the design. The 84′ insert cards are sufficient enough. will Good Job Topps on the distinct makeover and keeping the silver pack promotion going. It will be a great start to the 2019 Season and the change will set the tone for the year! Support this beautiful trading card hobby cause its one of the last non digital hobbies left! My advice to Topps is drop the 2.99 price tag on a retail pack and now is the perfect time to do so with less cards per pack and make it affordable on a kids allowance. There is a lack of appreciation on most base cards in most sets and hopefully instead of throwing them out we are giving them to the kids that cant afford them! The high end cards are beautiful and appreciated by the ones that can afford them but theres enough room for everyone to enjoy. Even at .99cents a pack if the 80s craze comes back Topps will have 2 Avenues of profit. I dont think the 12 year olds are feeling Topps Opening day and Big league baseball which i think are the only 2 sets targeted for kids. A 4 year old may like a cute little mascot card but a little more effort for ALL the kids in between. Thx. for this platform to speak our mind!!!!!

  28. Ugh. Yet another year of the base set featuring a predominance of contorted, in-game faces. This is the 25th anniversary of that trend, which started in 1994. Maybe they should commemorate the silver anniversary of this nonsense.

  29. I stopped collecting cards a few years ago when Topps decided to think “going futuristic” was the way to make collector’s happy. I AM OUT!!!!! Millennial designers have ruined card collecting for me!!

  30. As usual Topps ignores the Detroit Tigers, especially in the 1984 subset. Not ONE of the Tiger hero’s that led the AL wire-to-wire and won the 1984 World Series. No Tigers in the base 1984 set, no Tigers in the relics set and only an autograph of Al Kaline who retired 10 years earlier in 1974! How lame is this screwed up outfit?!? Where are the latest Hall of Famer’s, Jack Morris and Alan Trammell? Or Kirk Gibson, Lance Parrish and Willie Hernandez? Get a clue Topps! Your product continues to SUCK, especially with all these moronic subsets!

  31. This has to be the LONGEST checklist I’ve ever seen. Very boring design, way way too many subsets. This industry is getting too diluted, reminds me of the early ’90s when everyone and their brother came out with cards. The industry got greedy!!! Not really excited about this never-ending list. Topps, you’re better than this!!!

  32. Hard to review until the cards are actually released, but I do wonder who they have selecting the players to be released in this set. Take for example the Indians, where nearly 60% of the cards are for players who will not be on the Indians roster in 2019. I thought the Topps set was supposed to represent the current year, not the previous year. It always disappoints me, the effort they put into the selection of the players. And as others have said… WAY, WAY too many inserts.

  33. I do like the redemptions for 150 Greatest Cards….nice names on the checklist and since they are originals and no autographed it shouldn’t take years to receive them. i will have to open some before i give more than 3 stars. Companies have become less generous the last few years and the duplicates are out of control

  34. When if ever will Topps quit putting in so many sub-sets as well as relic and autograph cards that you can’t even give away for free. I love building sets but they drive you away with all the USELESS crap in a box that no one really wants.The amounts of doubles are getting sad also. Looks like the only stable way is to buy the factory set and there may be a good insert pack in there. Who knows ???

  35. Hello, Will the backs have lifetime MLB statistics?

    Thank you

  36. 1 where are the rookies I have been waiting on. Senzel,Guerrero,Jimenez,Cease,Alonzo,Rodgers Whitley to name a few. How can a low end company like Donruss have them and TOPPS doesn’t. Very unhappy been waiting all winter for these rookie cards .A JOKE.

  37. 1 where are all the good rookies. Guerrero,Senzel Alonzo,Jimenez and Senzel. Donruss has some of them why not TOPPS?

  38. Does everyone want some cheese with your whine? Geez .. dont complain. just dont buy. .We are lucky that Topps and this product even exists or is not just a mass produced novelty for kids. IMO I think topps has done a pretty good job of ressurrecting a pretty much dead industry in the late 90s. . I dont know the facts but i would guess that demand is strong as ever, or at least close to what it was in 90s before it crashed. That is why prices are high and production keeps going up every year. Simple economics, Topps is just keeping up with demand. Most of their products are sold out in one day after release on their website. You can thank whoever invented the internet for prices not being higher than they are now. Although I have to believe that all the new young stars the game has produced in the recent years such as Trout, Judge, Ohtani, Soto, ect. have contributed to the demand considerablly I still must give most of the credit to Topps for completely revolutionizing their product with the autograph, short print, paralell, relic and patch cards. Thanks to these additions the hobby is still alive and exciting as ever for fans and collectors of all ages. Some people are calling these cards useless crap but they keep buying it because they know not all of it is crap. In fact those same people know that some of those cards they see in the checklist and are buying a chance of getting are like striking Gold! Keep it up topps. I like the design and i love the 150 greatest cards redemptions! They’re a long shot but long odds are better than none!…….. And im not 100% sure about the others but I would assume that like Guerrero jr. those guys havent been called up yet so they are MINOR league prospects and wont have a topps flagship rookie card until they are a rookie in the MAJOR league. Try bowman, pro debut, or heritage minor if you want cards of minor league players. vlad jr. will probably be called up this yr and be in the update series.

  39. I count 3 shills for topps trying to put a spin on this crappy design.

    Just read the reviews and you will see that they are overglowing them.

  40. The beauty of collecting is that everyone is entitled to their own opinion.

  41. We are finally here! Back to 1990s junk wax print runs. This is hands down the worst product Topps has ever produced. Jumbo odds on #d hits that used to fall 1 per box and 1 every 2 cases!!!!!

  42. I THINK THE CARDS LOOK BETTER THAN LAST YEAR CARDS BY LOOKING AT THE CHECK LIST AND READING UP ON THIS THERE IS A LOT MORE TO BE OFFER AS FOR PUTTING THE SET TOGETHER AND COLLECTING OTHER PLAYERS WITH IN THE SET REALLY EXCITED ABOUT WORKING ON THIS SET THANK YOU JIMMY LEACH

  43. I’n no “shill”, as I have my own opinion. I like what this set has to offer. It’s a nice box for price and I’m really into a lot of the sub/insert sets. To each their own. Maybe since none of the above are going to purchase any, I can have a nice selection to choose from at the shops. I’m a “glass half full” kind of person.

  44. I just worry that can I get a complete set of base card in a jumbo box.4 cards less per pack,it is a risk.

  45. Steven Strange I agree with you. If people don’t wanna buy it that means more for us! Can’t wait for it to come out

  46. Why doesn’t topps bring back the walmart blue and target red border cards. I really miss collecting those cards and was one of the reasons i bought retail topps. It really added value to retail. Just check Trout and Harper recent sales… please bring back the red and blues….

  47. Trey, will there be a numerical check list or will it be all alphabetical on the base set ??

  48. Nice job Topps, The card sets are more exciting than ever. Way to keep up the originality after 67 years of baseball cards. Love the type 1/2 sets, Heritage, Archives and the Up date sets

  49. Feel free to contact me if you get any /25 or the 1/1 Brian Johnson!!!

  50. I received a card numbered to 150, don’t see it on the checklist, any idea what it is? Looks normal to me except it is stamped 027/150. Like the product, finished the set with one jumbo hobby box.

  51. Check the back of the card as it is an Advanced Stat parallel. These are noted in the parallel section of the base set.

  52. Terrible product. Waste of money. Quality of card is very week and poor. I bought 4 hobby boxes and did not open the last box, I need some kindle for my fire later. Topps should be ashamed to charge customers for this product. Did I say this product is terrible…………

  53. 2019 Topps is not the best I have seen. The design is ok….but the changes in jumbo and hobby boxes…ie…less cards. They took the SP completely out of jumbo box and that sucks. Those packs should be 50 cards and this is why I will not buy jumbo boxes again……

  54. Nice options for set builders. Quality control is not up to par with other products, even for low end. JUMBO CASES ARE MISSING SUPPOSED HITS…. NO SP PULLS FROM 1 CASE OF JUMBO!!!

  55. Anyone have any information on cards with the code 1915 on the reverse? Pulled one out of a box, Corey Dickerson/Pittsburgh Pirates, and it is also serial numbered 048/150.
    The 2nd box I pilled an Albies Nameplate 1/1 GREAT PULL

  56. This is the Advanced Stat parallel. Applies to the entire base set and changes the stat coverage on the back of the card.

  57. Bought my first 2019 Series 1 pack yesterday. Brings back many memories, opening that first pack. First card out of the pack was a base Kris Bryant. The pack was retail/ gravity feed from Target and I noticed the pack price was $2.99 for 16 cards. A few nice inserts, Brooks Robinson Cactus League card was my favorite. Overall, I like the 2019 design better than 2017 and 2018. Looks like some nice variations and SSP cards in the set. The Buster Posey variation is a nice looking card. I don’t collect entire sets, just the cards I am most interested in for my own collection. Lots of inserts I can see I will be on the look out for from this set.

  58. Like the cards, but only 1 relic and 1 auto in the jumbo I opened. Also, historically almost completed the series set in one jumbo box. I am missing 51 cards, but did get 90+ doubles and 12 Triples. Quality control is terrible

  59. Does anyone know why the holy grail card of 1952 is not included “Mickey Mantle #311” in the 2019 series 1.???

    150 Greatest Cards Redemption Set Checklist
    50 cards.
    1952 Topps #1 – Andy Pafko
    1952 Topps #216 – Richie Ashburn
    1952 Topps #88 – Bob Feller
    1952 Topps #33 – Warren Spahn

  60. I drew sketch cards for this set and had a blast depicting the current and past stars of MLB. As a baseball fan myself, I also picked up a box of jumbo. Disappointed that there were fewer subset cards and no photo variations, but I still liked the card design and really love the silver pack cards. I think the sketch cards I worked on are even more rare this year than last year and if you want to see some of what I created please visit my website: http://mattstewartillustrations.com/topps-2019-baseball-series-1-sketch-cards/

  61. Nice work, Matt! However, there are in fact 100 photo variations.

  62. Not too bad. First box of Topps I have bought in years because the design to me is much better than what we have had lately. Like a couple collectors above, I bought a jumbo and only got one auto (Solarte) and one GU (Trout Hat Logo/50). A little concerning that these boxes are short but also relieved it just wasn’t mine. Was also pleased I got 349 of the 350 for the complete base set, which along with 1984 retro stuff, is what I really wanted.

  63. The back of the stadium cards have a list of Starting Line Up and Starting Rotation. I was going to make some team sets, however, there are some cards that are of prayers not listed on the back of the team cards. If I make a team set, do I include only those that are listed or do I also include those not listed. If I include those not listed, how do I find out all the players of each team that have cards. Is there a website that has this info. THANKS.

  64. The Excel spreadsheet is attached at the bottom of the checklist. You can download that and easily sort by team.

  65. Yep. That’s why it’s in the Retro Hat Manufactured Logo Patch list in the relic section.

  66. Anyone know anything about grey borders on the cards ? I have many cards that are dupes
    but some have white and others grey for a
    border.There is no serial number on these
    cards.Thank you for any help.

  67. Have always been a set builder. However, in 2018 after nearly completing series 1, I threw in the towel during series 2 and purchased the “holiday” set at Target with a birthday gift card.. Buying Topps packs gets you a shot at the inserts and while most are forgettable, some are keepers. The new cards are good (borders-what a concept!)and I will buy for fun, until the set comes out during the summer.

  68. This product heralds in the new junk era.

    bought 3 blasters and now have a stack of trash to deal with. Not one numbered card. I did hot a home run card though…wooo!

    Avoid and save your loot for Bowman , Chrome, and Ginter. Series 1 is a waste of money, cardboard storage boxes, and real estate.

  69. Ripped my normal case of Jumbos. It was very disappointing to see no variations. Also the rookie assortment is regrettable but that is no fault of Topps… later issues will be loaded with Vlad Jr, Tatis etc.

    Insert wise with only 4 inserts per pack if felt a little light given the size of some of the insert sets.

    That said, I like the addition of the 150th Anniversary parallels (across regular cards/inserts/etc). The actual jersey/relic hits were nice and many lower #ed. The autos were mostly forgettable but did hit one of the 1/1 cut autos (Spahn).

    So would normally given this 3 1/2 to 4 stars but when you lower the card count you shouldn’t also be chintzy on content.

  70. I’ve been collecting Topps for 40+ years and I am a Master Set Builder. This will be a set to remember for a long time. Every base player is an action photo with a great design. No one player standing there posing. Great action photos. I really like the stadium shots, but more importantly the stats of the teams, their lineups and starting rotation. It’s basically asking Google/Alexa or Apple/Siri everything you need to know about the players and teams with their respective stats on the back of the card. League leaders, rookies and future stars are identified and labeled on the front honoring them like a diploma or special ‘certification’ on a resume. Inserts are standard, yet way too many once again. Overall a VERY solid set worth collecting with a ton of upside. I tip my cap off to you Topps!

  71. i do like the style. but, of course too many variations. and, i’s prefer a card with a border instead of the photo / print going all the way to the edge.

  72. Not an overwhelming amount of Rookies, too many inserts and my mostly glaring issue is that RON GUIDRY season is not ranked in greatest seasons. Come on. As a Red Sox fan, it was most impressive. 25 wins. A number that has only been surpassed once (Bob Welch, 27, 1990) since is quite a total, especially when you consider that 20 wins is becoming more of a rarity. 3 losses. An .893 win percentage for starting 35 games is astounding. I could go on and on about eye popping numbers. 16 complete games, 9 shutouts, 273 innings pitched, an ERA of 1.74, and an ERA+ of 208 (100 being considered league average), 18 strikeouts in one game against the California Angels, 248 strikeouts for the season. All of these are definitely numbers that would be the epitome of a Cy Young winner.

  73. Hey, its Topps what do you expect. A nice design but again a but of a generic look. inserts are always good but never enough. I bought my Hobby box and got an autograph of a player I never heard of and 2 relics that are basically common players. Buf up the inserts and cut down on base cards in each pack to make it a bit more enticing to purchase.

  74. I just don’t see the value in these cards you buy a set and its all base cards and inserts worth nothing. No exciting parallels or rookie cards like Panni does with Optic or Prizm. Wish Topps did something like that.

  75. Well, what you are describing is Topps Chrome. That comes later in the summer.

  76. Topps is placing inserts into certain products only – like the 100 stars of the game in retail single packs. Really hard to complete that set if you want to.
    Does anyone know if there is a print run for the green parallel of the 150 greatest insert set that is in blisters with three single packs?

  77. This specific set of cards is a total joke. Whoever they have working in the creativity and design Department must be zombies. The advanced statistics cards and the photo variation cards are a joke. The Redemption Auto cards are also a joke. The Michael kopech photo variation card is so pathetic that it takes you awhile to find the player amongst the grandstands and the field and the gigantic Vienna beef hot dog sign along the wall of the ballpark. Topps really needs to hire some new and creative and artistic design people because the ones they have now they probably have do their work from kindergarten desks. Why don’t they just stopped producing Topps cards all together. Jim

  78. OK design. I agree too many subsets. I still got a set out of a jumbo box which is what I go after. Too many complainers out there. If you don’t like the product, don’t buy. I guess I got lucky on my box as I pulled a Mookie Betts Hat logo /150, a Rookie redemption auto A, and a one of one In the Name M patch of Charlie Blackmon. Did OK on my 2 silver packs also, Blue Ozzie Smith /150 and Orange Judge /25. Been collection since early 1990’s and seen it all. Good & bad. People just want too much from any product.

  79. CARD DESIGN JUST DONT GET MY VOTE ITS JUST LACKING SOMETHING. THEY NEED TO DO SOMETHING REALLY DIFFERENT NEXT YEAR . I LOVE TOPPS BUT IT LOOKS LIKE I WILL BUY A SET . I DONT LIKE WASTING MONEY ON A PRODUCT IM NOT IN LOVE WITH .MORE MONEY FOR TOPPS HERITAGE

  80. Jon, as I am sorting my set I think the answer to your question about white vs. grey borders appears to be nothing but a quality of printing issue with the grey ink on the front of the cards. I have noticed this with the players names as well. For example #92 Clayton Richard name is easy to read on some cards but almost invisible on others (Trey, I wish we could submit photo’s here). The quality control of card centering appears way of to me this year vs. the last two ‘full bleed’ card designs. (Trey, do you know if Topps uses different printers every year?) If this is a new one I hope they go back to who they used the last two years, hardly an off center one in the bunch.

    As far as my review of the card design I think it is the ugliest since 1970, which is this years Heritage (I’m skipping Heritage this year and waiting for Stadium Club as I build two sets a year). As you can see I’m not a fan of grey as an ink choice (blah, like the winter sky, nothing about it says ‘summer’ to me). I do love the action shots but the color seems off to me this year, photo’s don’t ‘pop’ like last two years. The choice of the white fade on the left side followed by the grey border might be ‘dulling’ the player photo image, might be an ink issue, or a combo of both, not sure. As you can see I am not a fan of borders, especially off centered with various shades of grey.

    I got my normal three boxes and supplemented with the same amount of retail as in the past and it does appear I am going to get the full set so to me the collation is good. I got two good auto’s and a Mike Trout relic so happy about that (no ‘fake relics’ :). The fake relics I got for the first time last year in ’18 Update hobby made me seriously consider switching to Panini but I did the math and even with the quantity of cards per box cut back by Topps the price was in line with Panini. So I decided the possibility of getting one fake relic is better than buying all fake cards. Plus all the Panini set sizes are too small for my tastes.

    Love the ‘Home Run Challenge’ cards, keeps the set interesting all throughout the season last year and I won two, including a Mike Trout. I pulled 5 of them in my three boxes this year, seem to be more plentiful than last.

    Like the ‘Advance Stat’ inserts but the rest- same old, same old.

  81. Again- the Sp from last years Topps Pedro Martinez is the same pic as this years SSP? How the hell does that make sense? Also the Jumbo pulls are horrible, absolutely positively horrible. Stick to hobby.

  82. Has anyone seen the Yellow Walgreen cards? Keep checking the stores, but no luck. Also disappointed the Topps would pick Meijer for the other subset. Nothing against Meijer, but they only have stores in 6 of the 50 states.

  83. Just seems a bit boring to me. No “spark” to the base set whatsoever. Can anyone tell me “Does the Topps company NOT rate Mike Schmidt as one of the best players in the MLB?” Last couple years he has not been featured in ANY of the insert sets, whereas some very average players, as well as many unproven rookies HAVE been. In the last two years, Carton, and 1 Ashburn insert are the only HOF Phillies. What about Roberts and Schmidt? How about some Philadelphia A’s like Jimmy Foxx, Lefty Grove, or Connie Mack even?

  84. odds are bogus. this is an incredible ripoff. youre better off buying parallels on eBay

  85. Just got my first packs. I had resisted given the bad reviews. But I think the cards show much better in person than digitally on the web. Good looking cards and design in my opinion. But disappointing hit odds – especially retail.

  86. I have purchased Topps cards now for over 50 years and have been a fan of Topps and only Topps during that time.

    In recent years the variations have gotten so out of hand that the value of finding one does not provide the same enthusiasm as it had when there were less variations. Series 1 set has 102 variations which is a third of the series. I would rather see 10 variations perhaps focusing on the Legends rather than a current player in the dugout.

    Since this brand was sold a few years back, the quality of the product has diminished and my interest in the sets have diminished.

    Unfortunately, my collecting will consist of collecting older cards rather than shell out money for a brand that has been reduced to another Panini.

  87. Went to Meijer’s today & bought some single packs of 2019 TOPPS… TOPPS made a “Purple” Parallel set for Meijer’s at the rate of 2 cards per promo pack… Purple is very beautiful on these cards…

    I have also heard TOPPS has done the same for Walgreen’s with “Yellow” Borders… Has anyone see the Walgreen’s Parallel yet??

  88. bought a case and pulled a carlos correa auto hat patch 6/8 is this a different parallel? as i see the checklist is numbered to 10? could it be an error? any help would be be great thanks!

  89. Every card I have seen is numbered to 10 except for Correa. It just means there are eight copies instead of 10 like the rest.

  90. Has anyone noticed the artwork on card #101 for Michael Taylor? Above the foot on the right-hand side, there is a chip torn out of the picture that landed directly horizontal near his left kneecap. You can see it with the naked eye, but a magnifying glass shows better detail.

  91. Best part of this set for me was the Ronald Acuna highlights that came in hanger and blaster boxes. Other than that, the set was a bit ho-hum. Not to mention I received two Pedroia 150 year patch cards in a row. If you’re wondering, that’s not a good thing. I don’t work at ESPN.
    I don’t like gear/relic cards. I don’t want a scrap of jersey or jock strap. I don’t want a splinter from a bat, or dirt from the park. Especially when they produce so many that the card is basically worthless and bulky. Give me limited runs, variations, buybacks and rookie cards.

  92. Does the Topps flagship use similar or the same card stock as Bowman paper cards?

  93. I like Excellent Quality Cards on Topps Baseball forever. I like the design very much. I have collecting Baseball Cards, Since 1970. I enjoy it buying Topps Baseball Cards forever.

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