2019 Topps Utz Baseball Cards

2019 Topps Utz Baseball Cards

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If you normally see Utz chips on the shelves, check your snack aisle for 2019 Topps Utz Baseball promo cards. Just don't get any chip grease on the cards when you are opening them.

A common sight for those in the eastern portion of the United States, the regional chip brand is a staple of grocery stores and convenience stores across the East Coast. The specially-marked Snack Pack bags each include a pack of exclusive MLB cards. Every pack contains four cards and a Topps coupon.

2019 Topps Utz Baseball Set Details

Utilizing the 2019 flagship baseball design with an added Utz brand logo, the 2019 Topps Utz Baseball checklist features 100 players. There are a few rookies in the bunch, plus superstar Mike Trout as well as Rookie Cup cards for Juan Soto, Ronaldo Acuna Jr. and Shohei Ohtani.

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While the difference is minimal compared to the Series 1 cards and they all appear to have the same images from the flagship set, the cards do work with unique numbering in addition to the added logo.

Still, at just four cards per pack, collectors will have to eat a bunch of chips to build the full 2019 Topps Utz Baseball set.

Release Date: April 2019
Product Configuration: 4 cards per pack

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2019 Topps Utz Baseball Checklist

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1 Buster Posey - San Francisco Giants
2 Yadier Molina - St. Louis Cardinals
3 Brandon Crawford - San Francisco Giants
4 Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
5 Lorenzo Cain - Milwaukee Brewers
6 Aaron Nola - Philadelphia Phillies
7 Whit Merrifield - Kansas City Royals
8 Wade LeBlanc - Seattle Mariners
9 Jonathan Loaisiga - New York Yankees RC
10 Adam Jones - Baltimore Orioles
11 Dansby Swanson - Atlanta Braves
12 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
13 Javier Baez - Chicago Cubs
14 Steven Duggar - San Francisco Giants RC
15 Kyle Tucker - Houston Astros RC
16 Shin-Soo Choo - Texas Rangers
17 Jesus Aguilar - Milwaukee Brewers
18 Sean Reid-Foley - Toronto Blue Jays RC
19 Nick Markakis - Atlanta Braves
20 Kohl Stewart - Minnesota Twins
21 Francisco Arcia - Los Angeles Angels
22 Khris Davis - Oakland Athletics
23 Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels
24 Ryan Zimmerman - Washington Nationals
25 Nolan Arenado - Colorado Rockies
26 Kris Bryant - Chicago Cubs
27 J.D. Martinez - Boston Red Sox
28 Ramon Laureano - Oakland Athletics RC
29 Byron Buxton - Minnesota Twins
30 Joey Votto - Cincinnati Reds
31 Blake Snell - Tampa Bay Rays
32 Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
33 Carlos Correa - Houston Astros
34 Todd Frazier - New York Mets
35 Corey Dickerson - Pittsburgh Pirates
36 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
37 Chance Adams - New York Yankees RC
38 Trea Turner - Washington Nationals
39 Mookie Betts - Boston Red Sox
40 Paul DeJong - St. Louis Cardinals
41 Austin Hedges - San Diego Padres
42 Aroldis Chapman - New York Yankees
43 Josh Harrison - Pittsburgh Pirates
44 Rhys Hoskins - Philadelphia Phillies
45 Max Scherzer - Washington Nationals
46 Willson Contreras - Chicago Cubs
47 David Bote - Chicago Cubs
48 Justin Turner - Los Angeles Dodgers
49 Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
50 J.T. Realmuto - Miami Marlins
51 Robinson Cano - Seattle Mariners
52 Starling Marte - Pittsburgh Pirates
53 Didi Gregorius - New York Yankees
54 Miguel Andujar - New York Yankees
55 Luis Severino - New York Yankees
56 Jonathan Schoop - Milwaukee Brewers
57 Jake Bauers - Tampa Bay Rays RC
58 Trey Mancini - Baltimore Orioles
59 Kyle Schwarber - Chicago Cubs
60 Salvador Perez - Kansas City Royals
61 David Price - Boston Red Sox
62 Dee Gordon - Seattle Mariners
63 Nick Pivetta - Philadelphia Phillies
64 Francisco Lindor - Cleveland Indians
65 Joey Gallo - Texas Rangers
66 Corey Kluber - Cleveland Indians
67 Jeff McNeil - New York Mets RC
68 Jake Arrieta - Philadelphia Phillies
69 Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
70 Brad Keller - Kansas City Royals RC
71 Jose Ramirez - Cleveland Indians
72 Julio Teheran - Atlanta Braves
73 Mike Clevinger - Cleveland Indians
74 Cedric Mullins - Baltimore Orioles RC
75 Eric Hosmer - San Diego Padres
76 Matt Carpenter - St. Louis Cardinals
77 Harrison Bader - St. Louis Cardinals
78 Justin Verlander - Houston Astros
79 Miles Mikolas - St. Louis Cardinals
80 Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
81 Jacob deGrom - New York Mets
82 Corey Seager - Los Angeles Dodgers
83 Jose Altuve - Houston Astros
84 Michael Conforto - New York Mets
85 Juan Soto - Washington Nationals
86 Charlie Blackmon - Colorado Rockies
87 Johnny Cueto - San Francisco Giants
88 George Springer - Houston Astros
89 Marcus Stroman - Toronto Blue Jays
90 Jose Quintana - Chicago Cubs
91 Jake Lamb - Arizona Diamondbacks
92 Christian Yelich - Milwaukee Brewers
93 Brian Anderson - Miami Marlins
94 Eddie Rosario - Minnesota Twins
95 Matt Chapman - Oakland Athletics
96 Edwin Diaz - Seattle Mariners
97 Ryon Healy - Seattle Mariners
98 Paul Goldschmidt - Arizona Diamondbacks
99 Ryan O'Hearn - Kansas City Royals RC
100 Nicholas Castellanos - Detroit Tigers

 

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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.

User Reviews

  1. wish there was more widespread variations available for direct purchase on the west coast like these. we have no UTZ packs like these, we have no Meijers for the purples. have to rely on ebay and elsewhere at most likely inflated prices. I know walgreens will eventually have yellows and there still are the targets and walmart variations.

  2. I love this brand of chips & now I have an even bigger reason to go purchase a few bags or maybe a case of them for the baseball card packs. LOL!

  3. This question is for Trey about this listing. Like I said in my previous reply we buy Utz chips quite often. However, we have only bought the big bags before.

    Do you know if the small bags of Utz chips has this same promotion with one 4-card pack per bag of chips or is this just for the bigger bags? Thanks buddy.

  4. Trey, nevermind my previous question. I found out it’s just the 12-Pack count of the Snack size bags of Utz chips that have the Topps Baseball Card Packs. Seems to me they would do this for the bigger bags of Utz chips too like the 9.5 oz. bags in which we have only bought before. In order to get in on this Utz promotion only the 12-Count snack size bags are included which is very limited if you ask me.

    In my opinion, to make this seem more fair to a buyer Topps should allow Utz to include 2 baseball card packs per 12-Count snack size bags & then 1 baseball card pack per 9.5 oz. bag of chips. These chips are really good tasting & not cheap either so limiting to 1 pack for a 12-Count snack size purchase seems to fall short to me.

    2 Packs for these & 1 Pack for the single bigger bags would be way more fair & also more attractive for potential buyers. I don’t know how many people have even heard of these chips but it you live in the Eastern part of the USA then you have probably heard of them & seen them in stores. Thanks.

  5. Rating of 3, UTZ collection. No Auto’s some variations outside of that it is what it is.

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