2020 Topps Heritage High Number Baseball Cards

2020 Topps Heritage High Number Baseball Cards

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The clock turns back to 1971 for a second time with 2020 Topps Heritage High Number Baseball. The update product builds upon the main 2020 Topps Heritage Baseball release from February.

As always, the Hobby boxes offer one autograph or relic card.

See also: 2019 Topps Heritage High Number Baseball

2020 Topps Heritage High Number Baseball Base / Parallels / Variations

Adding the final 225 cards and filling in spots #501 to #725, the 2020 Topps Heritage High Number Baseball checklist features 200 base cards filled with rookie call-ups and traded players. The primary set, which still celebrates the black-framed 1971 design, also includes 25 short prints.

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In addition to the Hobby-only White Border (50 copies) and Flip Stock (5 copies) parallels, the Chrome line highlights 50 of the base subjects with extra shine. Be on the lookout for Hot Box Refractors in Hobby and Retail Value Box (aka Blaster) formats, plus Hobby-only Gold Refractors.

2020 Topps Heritage High Number Baseball Chrome Parallel Breakdown 

  • Hot Box Refractor
  • Base Refractor - #/571
  • White Bordered - #/71
  • Gold Bordered - #/5
  • SuperFractor - 1/1
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The Mini editions, numbered to 100, are back, as well.

Moving to the short-printed variations that the brand loves, options consist of Action Image Variations and Silver Team Name Variations cards, which are exclusive to Hobby, plus Missing Signature Variations and Throwback Uniform Variations. Topps also mentioned "additional surprises."

2020 Topps Heritage High Number Baseball Inserts

The tried-and-true insert lineup supplies fresh batches of Award Winners, for the 2019 recipients, dual-player Combo Cards, and Now and Then, which compares 2020 to 1971. In addition, there are Rookie Performers cards for 15 players.

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2020 Topps Heritage High Number Baseball also serves up new inserts like 1971 World Series Highlights, revisiting the Pirates vs. Orioles matchup, and Let’s Play 2(528), in honor of Ernie Banks.

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2020 Topps Heritage High Number Baseball Autographs

Autographed cards include hard-signed Real One Autographs and the low-numbered Special Edition Red Ink (#/71) versions.

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Also numbered to 71 copies are the new 1971 World Series Champion Autographs for various members of the title-winning Pittsburgh Pirates squad.

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2020 Topps Heritage High Number Baseball Relics / Auto Relics

Any memorabilia card fans out there? 2020 Topps Heritage High Number Baseball stays with the normal Clubhouse Collection Relics line. This means Clubhouse Collection Relics with Gold (#/99) versions, plus hand-numbered Clubhouse Collection Dual Relics (#/71), Clubhouse Collection Triple Relics (#/25), and Clubhouse Collection Quad Relics (#/10). These also work in Hobby-only Patch parallels that are all one-of-one cards.

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Adding an on-card signature, Clubhouse Collection Autograph Relic (#/25 or less) and Hobby-only Clubhouse Collection Dual Autograph Relics (#/10 or less) provide more hits to chase. These, too, are hand-numbered and come as one-of-one Patch parallels only found in Hobby packs.

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The hit lineup wraps up with the one-of-one Cut Signatures for baseball players and celebrities during 1971.

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2020 Topps Heritage High Number Baseball Box Toppers

Finally, those buying Hobby boxes of 2020 Topps Heritage High Number Baseball can look forward to exclusive box loaders. Options consist of 1971 Topps Super Baseball, which has a hard-signed edition (#/25 or less), 1971 Topps Greatest Moments and foil-stamped 1971 Topps Originals buybacks.

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Estimated Release Date: December 30, 2020
Product Configuration: 9 cards per pack, 24 packs per box, 12 boxes per case

2020 Topps Heritage High Number Baseball Hobby Box Break

  • 1  Autograph or Relic

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These are mock-up images and not final cards. Designs and contents are subject to change. 

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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. Is this set really going to be produced if there is no baseball season this year? And what about the minor league set?

  2. All announced sets are on track to release. Topps is a business and their business is making cards.

  3. I have heard that Heritage High release date has been moved to December 2020 ?? Is this true or just people putting out bum scoop??

  4. Why is the high number set delayed until after Christmas? Any idea why?

  5. Based on the topps Series 2 checklist, there should be a large number of high quality rookies in this set.

  6. LD has a point. With the expanded rosters and only a 60 game season there will be a lot of rookie cards up coming. Topps update comes out October 30 (maybe) this leaves room for many rookie cards in the Heritage Hi. This will drive the demand way up and knowing Topps they may even short print this set who knows it’s all about money. I wonder what a box of these will cost?
    We shall see.

  7. Is this set still going to be produced/released? Long after the baseball season is over and interest wanes?

  8. Should we be expecting rookies here that are not in update? I am a Heritage collector, but I need to determine if I should get a case, or just 3-4 boxes to finish my set. Update was a massive let down, and I just want to make sure they don’t burn me twice.

  9. I’d imagine the selection will be similar to Update Series but we won’t know for sure until Topps sends out the checklist.

  10. I have heard that Heritage Hi. is going to be a Hobby only issue,do you know if this is true or not ??

  11. Some Retail was officially canceled a few weeks back. Just the Target-only and Walmart-only formats remain. Not sure if that has been changed to all Retail, though. Regardless, Hobby is still on.

  12. Cancelling some of the retail may slow down the E-Bay flippers who go around buying all these products and re-selling them on line at twice the price. I hope Topps cancels Target an Walmart also or make these stores limit what these clowns can buy. Give everyone a chance to buy not just a greedy few.

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