Brush up on your cardboard history with 2020 Topps Now Turn Back the Clock Baseball.
The new throwback card set from Topps' online store features a daily look back at anniversaries and milestones across MLB's storied past.
Kicking off March 31, the print-to-order set runs until the end of October.
2020 Topps Now Turn Back the Clock Baseball Set Details
Using a wood-grain border reminiscent of 1987 Topps, 2020 Topps Now Turn Back the Clock Baseball honors specific events that occurred on that exact day in history.
Card fronts provide a visual reminder while the backs go into more detail.
Like most of the Topps Now Baseball options, each card sells for $9.99 and includes free SmartPost shipping. Collectors have 24 hours to purchase before the card is retired. Final print runs are revealed for each release after that.
The on-card autograph versions apply to select cards with limited print runs and much higher costs.
Check back for regular updates to the checklist and to view the print runs.
UPDATE (April 16): Starting with Bob Feller (card #17), 2020 Topps Now Turn Back the Clock Baseball offers Cherry (#/7) and White Ash (#/3) parallels that randomly replace base cards in that order. It appears this chase aspect will be continued for the remainder of the set.
2020 Topps Now Turn Back the Clock Baseball Checklist
Base Set Checklist
2 Bryce Harper - Nationals: Youngest to hit 2 HRs on Opening Day (4/1/2013) - PR=353
3 Ichiro - Mariners: 1st Japanese-born position player makes MLB debut (4/2/2001) - PR=495
4 Ken Griffey Jr - Mariners: Rookie debuts, doubles in 1st MLB at bat (4/3/1989) - PR=593
5 Hank Aaron - Braves: Ties Babe Ruth with 714th career HR (4/4/1974) - PR=434
6 Albert Pujols - Angels: Reigning NL MVP Award winner hits 2 HRs (4/5/2010) - PR=323
7 Mike Schmidt - Phillies: Opening Day HR seals walk-off win over Mets (4/6/1974) - PR=368
8 Dwight Gooden - Mets: 19-year-old flamethrower makes MLB debut (4/7/1984) - PR=366
9 Craig Biggio - Astros: Astros star hits for cycle in 4-for-4 game (4/8/2002) - PR=215
10 Tom Seaver - White Sox 15th Opening Day start sets MLB record (4/9/1985) - PR=266
11 Carl Yastrzemski - Red Sox: Inside-the-park HR highlights 2-HR Opening Day (4/10/1968) - PR=295
12 Warren Spahn - Braves: 328th win marks most by LHP in MLB history (4/11/1963) - PR=323
13 Kerry Wood - Cubs: 20-year-old phenom debuts with 7 Ks (4/12/1998) - PR=390
14 Ivan Rodriguez - Rangers: Huge, 9-RBI sets Rangers record (4/13/1999) - PR=247
15 Sandy Koufax - Dodgers: CG shutout leads 4-0 Opening Day win (4/14/1964) - PR=365
16 Jackie Robinson - Dodgers: Breaks color barrier in making MLB debut (4/15/1947) - PR=852
17 Bob Feller - Indians: Throws only Opening Day no-hitter ever (4/16/1940) - PR=347
18 Pedro Martinez - Mets: Martinez becomes 7th active pitcher with 200 wins (4/17/2006) - PR=347
19 Bartolo Colon - Athletics: Colon throws MLB record 38 consecutive strikes (4/18/2012) - PR=311
20 Roger Maris - Yankees: Makes Yankees debut, goes 4-5 with 2 HR (4/19/1960) - PR=622
21 George Brett - Royals: 3 HRs, 7 RBI lead 8-7 win over rival Tigers (4/20/1983) - PR=477
22 Eddie Murray - Indians: HRs from both sides of plate sets MLB record (4/21/1994) - PR=344
23 Whitey Ford - Yankees: Ties Yankees record with 15 Ks in 14-inning game (4/22/1959) - PR=363
24 Pablo Sandoval - Giants: 16-game hitting streak to open season ties Mays (4/23/2012) - PR=250
25 Sandy Koufax - Dodgers: Ties MLB record with 18Ks in CG (4/24/1962) - PR=564
26 David Wright - Met: Walk-Off HR sets Mets all-time RBI record (4/25/2012) - PR=413
26A/E David Wright Autograph * (Versions: #/49, #/25, #/10, #/5, 1/1)
27 Steve Carlton - Phillies: Sets NL record with 6th career one-hitter (4/26/1980) - PR=525
28 Nolan Ryan - Astros: 3,509th strikeout sets all-time MLB record (4/27/1983) - PR=650
29 Ben Zobrist - Rays: Massive, 8-RBI game sets Rays all-time record (4/28/2011) - PR=278
30 Roger Clemens - Red Sox: Sets MLB record with 20 Ks in CG Shutout (4/29/1986) - PR=420
31 Willie Mays - Giants: Tie MLB record with 4 HRs in 8-RBI game (4/31/1961) - PR=488
32 Rickey Henderson - Athletics: Sets all-time MLB stolen base record (5/1/1991) - PR=536
32A/E Rickey Henderson Autograph * (Versions: #/49, #/25, #/10, #/5, 1/1)
33 Honus Wagner - Pirates: Scores on 3 consecutive stolen bases (5/2/1909) - PR=556
34 Francisco Lindor - Indians: Tosses no-hitter in 1st career CG shutout (5/3/2011) - PR=290
35 Ryan Howard - Phillies: Ties Schmidt with club-record 7th grand slam (5/4/2009) - PR=387
36 Mike Piazza - Mets: Passes Fisk for most HRs ever by a catcher (5/5/2004) - PR=475
37 Cal Ripken Jr - Orioles: 2nd player in Orioles history to hit for the cycle (5/6/1984) - PR=586
38 Adrian Beltre - Rangers: 5th player ever to hit 100 HRs with 3 teams (5/7/2014)- PR=357
39 Mark McGwire - Cardinals: Reaches 400th career HR in fewest PAs ever (5/8/1998) - PR=430
40 Johnny Bench - Reds: Leads 9-7 win with 3 HRs off Carlton, Phillies (5/9/1973) - PR=650
41 Roy Campanella - Dodgers: MLB record 40 RBI in first 30 games (5/10/1953) - PR=521
42 Ryan Zimmerman - Nationals: HRs, 4-hit game extends hitting streak to 29 (5/11/2009) - PR=329
43 Ernie Banks - Cubs: Cubs star becomes 8th player to reach 500 HRs (5/12/1970) - PR=677
44 Corey Kluber - Indians: 5th player ever with 18+ Ks, 0 walks in a game (5/13/2015) - PR=334
45 Willie Mays - Mets: Hits game-winning HR against former team (5/14/1972) - PR=815
46 Jacob deGrom - Mets: Rookie stifles Yankees in MLB debut (5/15/2014) - PR=442
47 Carlton Fisk - White Sox: Star catcher hits for the cycle (5/16/1984) - PR=476
48 Roberto Clemente - Pirates: 2-out, walk-off triple leads 6-5 win (5/17/1971) - PR=1,305
49 Randy Johnson - Diamondbacks: Becomes oldest ever to throw perfect game (5/18/2004) - PR=422
50 Stan Musial - Cardinals: Sets NL record for most hits (5/19/1962) - PR=617
51 Rod Carew - Twins: Raises average to .432 with historic cycle (5/20/1970) - PR=469
52 Alex Rodriguez - Yankees: Hits HR in 1st AB in unwelcome return to Texas (5/21/2004) - PR=530
53 Willie Stargell - Pirates: 3 HRs, 7 RBI lead 13-6 romp of Cubs (5/22/1968) - PR=475
54 Albert Pujols - Cardinals: 5 hits lead extra-inning comeback win (5/23/2003) - PR=608
55 Dennis Eckersley - Athletics: Becomes 6th pitcher to reach 300 saves (5/24/1995) - PR=450
56 Vladimir Guerrero Rangers: Bad-ball hitter clubs 2 HRs in 3-hit game (5/25/2010) - PR=483
57 Zack Greinke - Royals: 1st with sub-1.00 ERA through 10 starts since 1966 (5/26/2009) - PR=TBA
58 Brandon Crawford - Giants: Crushes grand slam for 1st hit in MLB debut (5/27/2011) - Buy on Topps