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2019 Topps Total Baseball Cards

2019 Topps Total Baseball Cards



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Stressing simple designs and a gargantuan checklist, the massive MLB set is reborn in 2019 Topps Total Baseball.

Collectors during the early-2000s likely remember the comprehensive brand and it starts anew in 2019 as a Topps online exclusive.

2019 Topps Total Baseball Set Details

Checking in at 900 cards, 2019 Topps Total Baseball blows away most modern set sizes by a large margin. The design is little more than a white frame with a dark nameplate at the bottom.

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While the 2019 Topps Total Baseball checklist consists of 900 cards, the format is broken down into smaller series or waves. Every three weeks (on Friday), a fresh batch of 100 cards in the set is made available through 10-card packs. These packs sell for $10 each. So, that can get very expensive in the long run.

There is also a shot at limited base parallels out of 10 and five, plus a one-of-one version. Beyond that, there is nothing else in the set. Without autographs or inserts, 2019 Topps Total Baseball is almost solely about building the huge set.

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Check back for new details and checklists for each wave.

Release Date: April 12, 2019 (Wave 1)
Product Configuration: 10 cards per pack

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2019 Topps Total Baseball Checklist

Base Set Checklist

900 cards in total. 100 cards per wave. 10 cards per pack. Buy packs on Topps.
PARALLEL CARDS: #/10, #/5, 1/1.
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1 Mike Trout
2 Fernando Tatis Jr
3 Odubel Herrera
4 Will Smith
5 Reyes Moronta
6 JD Davis
7 Greg Allen
8 Zack Wheeler
9 Patrick Corbin
10 Dan Straily
11 Matt Festa
12 Anthony Rizzo
13 Marco Gonzales
14 Adam Morgan
15 Daniel Stumpf
16 Clayton Kershaw
17 Trevor Rosenthal
18 Byron Buxton
19 David Robertson
20 Tyler Thornburg
21 JT Riddle
22 Steve Cishek
23 Ben Gamel
24 Matt Andriese
25 Trevor May
26 Justin Smoak
27 David Freese
28 Nick Margevicius
29 Melky Cabrera
30 Austin Barnes
31 Daniel Descalso
32 Tyler Glasnow
33 Hanser Alberto
34 Tyler Austin
35 Kyle Hendricks
36 Max Stassi
37 Adalberto Mondesi
38 Chris Stratton
39 Devon Travis
40 Jordan Zimmerman
41 Zack Cozart
42 Dereck Rodriguez
43 Niko Goodrum
44 Wandy Peralta
45 Wilmer Flores
46 Jake Petricka
47 Trevor Bauer
48 Chad Bettis
49 German Marquez
50 Michael Brantley
51 Jordan Hicks
52 Ender Inciarte
53 Chris Davis
54 Pablo Lopez
55 Josh Phegley
56 Martin Perez
57 James McCann
58 Yusmeiro Petit
59 Raimel Tapia
60 Caleb Joseph
61 Sonny Gray
62 Dominic Leone
63 Jose Peraza
64 Victor Robles
65 Aaron Nola
66 Clint Frazier
67 Mike Tauchman
68 Neil Walker
69 Jose De Leon
70 Stephen Piscotty
71 Isiah Kiner-Falefa
72 Mitch Moreland
73 Blake Parker
74 Alex Colome
75 Willy Adames
76 Francisco Mejia
77 Joey Gallo
78 Kenley Jansen
79 Jaime Barria
80 Aroldis Chapman
81 Arodys Vizcaino
82 Travis d’Arnaud
83 Alex Gordon
84 Chris Devenski
85 Adam Engel
86 Jay Bruce
87 Brad Boxberger
88 Charlie Culberson
89 Ronald Guzman
90 Jason Martin
91 Jameson Taillon
92 Josh Harrison
93 Manuel Margot
94 Trevor Williams
95 Tyler O’Neill
96 Jesus Aguilar
97 Danny Jansen
98 Steve Pearce
99 Max Moroff
100 Ronald Acuna Jr

 

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Author Trey Treutel  |  E-Mail Author
Trey Treutel is an Ole Miss grad and a lifelong sports fanatic. He is a huge fan of the NBA and NFL, as well as soccer, college basketball and college football. As a kid, he collected football and basketball cards. In more recent years, he started collecting basketball cards again on a whim and has since expanded to other sports and entertainment options. Find Trey on Twitter at @datreute or Google+.

User Reviews

  1. Author

    WHAT a dollar a card, it will cost $900.00 if you be able to get perfect collation if you completed the set

    I was thinking more like 10 cards for buck.

  2. Author

    Is this a late April Fools’ Day joke?

  3. Author

    I think Topps missed the boat on this one. This is a good set for autograph seekers and set builders, both of which are not going to pay that much. Good set, bad marketing and pricing. Pass on this year’s version.

  4. Author

    Did I read that correctly? $1/card? That cannot be correct. If so, that is insane. And they don’t even look that good.

    Topps has too many variations as is. What void does this fill?

    Ridiculous.

  5. Author

    When I heard that Topps Total was coming back I was hoping that it would be something along the lines of a cheap but comprehensive set available either a retail only format or even in hobby but cheap. I hate this online distribution and the price is an insult to what the set used to be. I might go after a team set or two that I want but this is not what this should be. Topps really screwed this up and it would have been an excellent set to use to get younger collectors into set collecting so these large sets they release keep getting purchased.

  6. Author

    I saw Topps Total coming back and thought to myself, “Cool! It’ll probably be a fun budget release with a huge set to finish!” They did the complete opposite, making it a semi-luxury product where you’re going to have to spend $900 to complete the set, drawn out over the year. This is genuinely insulting, the cards look like a budget release, and they even had the audacity to continue the awful trend of putting a paragraph on the back of the card reminding you it’s from a dumb online-only set. What a joke. I’ll be picking up the singles of the players I collect, but aside from that, this is an absurd product. I don’t know who this is for and I question who thought this was a good way to bring back the Topps Total brand name.

  7. Author

    Love the idea, hate it’s implementation.

  8. Author

    $10/Pack for 10 Cards? Topps, are you kidding me? The design & look plus the plain cardboard like vintage cards makes this $10/Pack a robbery. Nothing else special like inserts or autos except for a select few parallels makes this just a waste for consumers.

    I’m sure Topps are crossing their fingers buyers will flock online to buy but people please think twice before buying into these cards. 900 cards is also ridiculous for a set size.

    I just know though there will some certain people that will take up the challenge to try & build this complete 900 card set just because they can only get them online so better chances at getting in on each round of 100-card releases.

    May I ask why people? The card packs are way too overpriced to waste time on trying to build a 900 card set out of these. I won’t be buying a single pack myself. I will take them only if given to me for FREE! LOL!

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