2020 Topps Archives Signature Series Active Player Edition Baseball Cards

2020 Topps Archives Signature Series Active Player Edition Baseball Cards

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Spin the wheel of chance with 2020 Topps Archives Signature Series Active Player Edition Baseball. Each sealed box contains one random autograph.

The annual set sees a huge shift on the release calendar. Previously a mid-year option, 2020 Topps Archives Signature Series Active now leads off the 2020 Baseball Card season.

2020 Topps Archives Signature Series Active Baseball Set Details

Many collectors are likely familiar with the format by now, but 2020 Topps Archives Signature Series Active Player Edition Baseball takes various cards from a variety of MLB brands, including flagship and Bowman cards, and adds an on-card autograph, foil-stamped logo and serial-numbered print run. Finally, each card is encased.

As the name indicates, all subjects in the Signature Series Active checklist should be current MLB players. While Topps does not generally disclose the full assortment of cards or print runs, the final checklist includes all players who signed buyback autographs.

Previous seasons have offered a Retired Player Edition later in the year, as well.

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New for 2020, collectors can find limited dual autographs "featuring some of the biggest stars from MLB."

Release Date: January 29, 2020
Product Configuration: 1 card per pack, 1 pack per box, 20 boxes per case

2020 Topps Archives Signature Series Active Player Box Break

  • 1 Encased Buyback Autograph

 

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Set Checklist

2020 Topps Archives Signature Active Baseball Checklist

Buyback Autographs Checklist

Many players have multiple signed cards with different print runs.
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A.J. Puk
Aaron Nola
Adam Ottavino
Andrew Benintendi
Anthony Rizzo
Austin Meadows
Austin Riley
Blake Snell
Bo Bichette
Bobby Bradley
Brendan McKay
Brendan Rodgers
Bryce Harper
Buster Posey
Carter Kieboom
Cesar Hernandez
Charlie Morton
Chris Sale
Christian Vazquez
Christian Yelich
Clayton Kershaw
Corey Dickerson
Corey Kluber
Daniel Vogelbach
Dansby Swanson
David Peralta
David Price
Dawel Lugo
DJ LeMahieu
Dominic Smith
Dylan Cease
Eloy Jimenez
Eugenio Suarez
Fernando Tatis Jr.
Francisco Lindor
Gavin Lux
George Springer
Gerrit Cole
Gleyber Torres
Hunter Dozier
Hunter Pence
Jack Flaherty
Jake Bauers
JD Martinez
Jean Segura
Joey Votto
Jorge Alfaro
Jorge Polanco
Jose Altuve
Josh Hader
Josh Naylor
Juan Soto
Justin Smoak
Keston Hiura
Ketel Marte
Kevin Newman
Kohl Stewart
Kris Bryant
Kyle Hendicks
Lance McCullers Jr.
Lourdes Gurriel Jr.
Lucas Giolito
Luis Severino
Matt Carpenter
Matt Olson
Max Kepler
Max Muncy
Max Scherzer
Michael Chavis
Miguel Cabrera
Mike Clevinger
Mike Trout
Mitch Garver
Mitch Haniger
Mitch Keller
Nick Senzel
Nolan Arenado
Ozzie Albies
Patrick Corbin
Paul DeJong
Paul Goldschmidt
Pete Alonso
Renato Nunez
Rhys Hoskins
Ronald Acuña Jr.
Rowdy Tellez
Scott Kingery
Shane Bieber
Shin-Soo Choo
Shohei Ohtani
Tim Anderson
Tommy La Stella
Travis Shaw
Trevor Bauer
Trevor May
Victor Robles
Vladimir Guerrero Jr.
Whit Merrifield
Will Smith
Willson Contreras
Yasmani Grandal
Zack Wheeler

 

Dual Autographs Checklist

6 player combos. Serial numbered.

 

George Springer/Jose Altuve - Houston Astros
Ronald Acuna Jr./Ozzie Albies - Atlanta Braves
Gleyber Torres/Miguel Andujar - New York Yankees
Mike Trout/Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels
Anthony Rizzo/Kris Bryant - Chicago Cubs
Scott Kingery/Rhys Hoskins - Philadelphia Phillies

 

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Each hobby box is slated to have:

  • 1 Buyback Autograph

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User Reviews

  1. ONE star review just as a HUGE WARNING if you buy expect to get mostly absolutely nobody autos from this product unless Topps really steps up from the 2019 product, which was HORRIBLE! I know I bought box after box thinking this had to get better! It didn’t and after breaking 10 boxes, I have maybe $50.00 of total value if I was selling. There were some kids in the card store and I couldn’t even give the cards to them! MONEY GRAB by Topps unless they change their ways and I don’t see that happening! BEWARE!

  2. The only way this will change, is if people stop buying these releases.

  3. Yeah, it’s a spendy chance sometimes. First box was a Jeter 1/1. Got a Sale 1/1 and an Erickson 1/1. After that, crap. I’ll just go back to focusing on hobby. Series 1/2, Allen and Ginter and Topps Tribute, love those cards. Perfect thickness and always a good hit in each box.

  4. The annual set sees a huge shift on the release calendar. Previously a mid-year option, 2020 Topps Archives Signature Series Active now leads off the 2020 Baseball Card season.

    Wonder why they did this.

    Doesn’t series 1 which used to be the first product of the year bring in enough money.

    Previous seasons have offered a Retired Player Edition later in the year, as well.

    Expect this to get moved up as well.

    New for 2020, collectors can find limited dual autographs “featuring some of the biggest stars from MLB.”

    Considering they have not made a dual card of players in quite some time and since thee are no cards that feature two current players expect them to print special cards just for these ones.

  5. I have always liked these releases. If buying just one box you are taking a chance, I have opened several cases over the past few years and have never been disappointed. In retired I have pulled Jeter and Aaron, and a few other HOFers so cool because the Aaron was a legit vintage card as well. In active I have pulled Trout, Judge, Bryant just to name a few. It is a diceroll, but so is buying up retail blasters.

  6. I remember the days when you could actually get an autograph, even from a future HOFer, at the ballpark without forking over an arm and a leg. Greed and free agency have destroyed that, made players unaccessable and given rise to new ripoffs by the card companies.

  7. I guess Topps couldn’t get the millionaire players they picked for this issue to return the cards they supposedly signed, eh?

  8. Why would you want a recycled card (some of them not actual 1s of 1s) and all with a gold foil stamp that was not on the original? You have to be a complete idiot to buy this garbage. Then again, as long as all the idiots keep buying the garbage, Topps will continue to make it; just doing what the laws of supply and demand dictate. Don’t like it? Don’t buy it. Unless and until folks learn to say NO to these greedy companies with no imagination and poor quality, nothing will change.

  9. Exactly, I have seen several cards that were supposedly only a 1 of 1 autographed card only to show up again the next year as multiple signed cards. And in fact I have a Jason Giambi card that stamped as a 1 of 1 card only to have found the exact same card stamped as a 12 of 20 card from the same issue. I actually have both of them. Same thing with a Ron Cey card and and a Dennis Eckersley card. I suspect Topps has the players sign multiple cards of the same year and issue’s them in different years as “rare” and collectible”.

  10. At the rate Topps keeps moving the release date back this “product” may not be released until mid-season…

  11. As IndyJeffery stated , stop buying this garbage that’s packaged as Topps Archives Signature Series that’s nothing but a bunch of leftovers gold stamped and more than likely computer generated supposed on card autos . The Topps company more than likely laughs all the way to the bank with the thought of how can anyone be so gullible to purchase this junk . Then thinks , if there are people buying it , we’ll keep putting it out there . Smartenup fellow collectors , stop buying this crap !

  12. I really enjoy opening this product! I don’t why so many downers, it is fun to open!

  13. Complain, complain, complain then ask when the release date is. Lol priceless.

  14. Several 1 of 1 cards that I suspect will be 1 of many in subsequent issues of this set…

  15. I have yet to see a Miguel Cabrera card (just like last years Will Clark) so I suspect none exist. Also saw a 1 of 1 Matt Olson card (at $450) that was previously issued in the 2018 Archives Signature set as a 10 of 14, which I have. Want to bet he signed this “1 of 1” card the same time he signed the other 14 cards?

  16. I have pulled a Miggy redemption card from this product
    just in response to above

  17. Absolutely a waste of money !!! Odds of getting anything worth the money that it cost is slim next to none !! Save your money and put it towards something that has more than 1 card of some no name Player. Trust me you will be glad you did !!

  18. Opened 5 boxes. Got two 1/1 cards! Eloy Jimenez, and Matt Carpenter. Then got a Fernando Tatis Jr. Auto out of 67, 2017 Bowman. The last 2 were Keaton Hiura, and a Shane Bieber.

    The 1/1’s were an awesome surprise.

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