2020 Topps Now Turn Back the Clock Baseball Cards Checklist

2020 Topps Now Turn Back the Clock Baseball Cards Checklist

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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.

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Card fronts provide a visual reminder while the backs go into more detail.

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View available Now Turn Back the Clock cards on the Topps site.

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.

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Set Checklist

2020 Topps Now Turn Back the Clock Baseball Checklist

Base Set Checklist

Announced print runs (PR) noted. *Some cards have signed versions.*
*PARALLEL CARDS (starting with card #17)*: Cherry #/7, White Ash #/3.

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1 Randy Johnson - Mariners: 14 Ks in 1st MLB game in March (3/31/1996) - PR=588
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=400
58 Brandon Crawford - Giants: Crushes grand slam for 1st hit in MLB debut (5/27/2011) - PR=436
59 Dave Winfield - Twins: Passes Rod Carew on all-time hit list (5/28/1994) - PR=429
60 Roger Clemens - Yankees: 3rd pitcher ever to reach 100 starts with 10+ Ks (5/29/2002) - PR=504
61 Craig Biggio - Astros: Ties Hank Aaron for 9th on all-time doubles list (5/30/2006) - PR=390
62 Ubaldo Jimenez - Rockies: 2nd CG SHO of season makes Jimenez 1st to 10 wins (5/31/2010) - PR=287
63 Duke Snider - Dodgers: 3 HRs, 6 RBI lead 11-8 win at Ebbets Field (6/1/1955) - PR=441
64 Fred McGriff - Devil Rays: Smashes 400th career HR to dead center field (6/2/2000) - PR=318
65 Yadier Molina - Cardinals: 21-year-old picks up 1st hit in 2-for-4 MLB debut (6/3/2004) - PR=478
66 Matt Kemp - Dodgers: 2 HRs, grand slam in 8th lead 11-8 extra-innings win (6/4/2011) - PR=295
67 Willie Stargell - Pirates: 9 straight ABs culminates with 5-hit game (6/5/1966) - PR=467
68 Cecil Fielder - Tigers: 3-HR, 5-RBI game leads Tigers past Indians (6/6/1990) - PR=472
69 Yasiel Puig - Dodgers: Cuban rookie launches 4th HR in 1st 5 games (6/7/2013) - PR=327
70 Stephen Strasburg - Nationals: Phenom fires 7 IP, 14 Ks in electric MLB debut (6/8/2010) - PR=514
71 Ken Griffey Jr. - Reds: "The Kid" becomes 6th player to reach 600 HRs (6/9/2008) - PR=1,343
72 Jake Arrieta - Orioles: Beats Yankees with 6 IP in MLB debut (6/10/2010) - PR=319
73 Gerrit Cole - Pirates: Secures 1st win in impressive MLB debut (6/11/2013) = PR=366
74 Justin Verlander - Tigers: Throws no-hitter, sets career high with 12 Ks (6/12/2007) - PR=420
75 Babe Ruth - Yankees: 1st ever HR into CF bleachers of Polo Grounds (6/13/1921) - PR=2,272
76 Willie McCovey - Giants: 513th HR by left-handed batter sets NL record (6/14/1979) - PR=483
77 Juan Marichal - Giants: 1st Giants no-hitter since 1929 (6/15/1963) - PR=431
78 Tom Seaver - Reds: "Tom Terrific" delivers 1st career no-hitter (6/16/1978) - PR=524
79 Max Scherzer - Tigers: 1st pitcher to go 10-0 since Clemens in 1997 (6/17/2013) - PR=428
80 Derek Jeter - Yankees: 1st career grand slam, 2-HR game leads 8-1 win (PR=1,883)
81 Gary Carter - Giants: Plays NL record 1,862nd game at catcher (6/19/1990) - PR=496
82 Reggie Jackson - Angels: Moves to 10th all-time with 513th HR (6/20/1985) - PR=509
83 Luis Tiant - Red Sox: 2-hitter leads 7-0 win over division-rival Orioles (6/21/1977) - PR=360
84 Mark Teixeira - Braves: 3-HR, 4-RBI game leads 8-4 win (6/22/2008) - PR=307
85 David Cone - Yankees: Stifles Tigers with 16 Ks, 8 strong frames (6/23/1997) - PR=366
86 Dustin Pedroia - Red Sox: 3 HRs, 5-for-5 game fuel 13-11 win (6/24/2010) - PR=363
87 Dave Winfield - Yankees: Ties MLB record with three 5-hit games in a month (6/25/1984) - PR=390
88 Bob Gibson - Cardinals: 5th consecutive shoutout leads 3-0 win (6/26/1968) - PR=415
89 Joe Torre - Cardinals: Historic cycle pushes batting average to .330 (6/27/1973) - PR=443
90 Frank Thomas - Blue Jays: Launches 500th career HR with 1st-inning blast (6/28/2007) - PR=669
91 Tony Oliva - Twins: Totals 8 hits in huge doubleheader performance (6/29/1969) - PR=371
92 Sandy Koufax - Dodgers: Immaculate 1st inning, 13 Ks highlight no-hitter (6/30/1962) - PR=678
93 Tony Perez - Reds: Walk-off leads doubleheader sweep of Dodgers (7/1/1973) - PR=360
94 Homer Bailey - Reds: Fires no-hitter in 2nd consecutive season (7/2/2013) - PR=346
95 CC Sabathia - Yankees: Earns career win No. 200 behind 7 strong IP, 9 Ks (7/3/2013) - PR=383
96 Steve Carlton - Phillies: Leads 1-0 win over Mets with one-hitter (7/4/1979) - PR=471
97 Chipper Jones - Braves: Sets Braves record in 2-HR game (7/5/2007) - PR=767
98 Babe Ruth - Yankees: Hits HR in 1st ever MLB All-Star Game (7/6/1933) - PR=1,228
99 Harold Baines - White Sox: Grand slam highlights 3-HR, 6-RBI game (7/7/1982) - PR=368
100 Andruw Jones - Rangers Slugs 3 HRs in 8-1 win over Angels (7/8/2009) - PR=705
Checklist #1-#100 (included with card #100) - PR=705
101 Cal Ripken Jr. - Orioles: Named MLB All-Star Game MVP after 3-run HR (7/9/1991) - PR=562
102 Ryan Howard - Phillies: Becomes MLB Home Run Derby champion (7/10/2006) - PR=454
103 Billy Williams - Cubs: 8-for-8 day leads doubleheader split (7/11/1972) - PR=491
104 Roger Clemens - Blue Jays: Compiles 16 Ks om 1st game back at Fenway Park (7/12/1997) - PR=467
105 Frank Robinson - Orioles: Named MLB All-Star Game MVP after 2-run HR (7/13/1971) - PR=402
106 Chris Davis - Orioles: 37th HR before MLB All-Star break ties MLB record (7/14/2013) - PR=297
107 Eric Gagne - Dodgers: Sets Dodgers record with 130th career save (7/15/2004) - PR=259
108 Rod Carew - Twins: 7th steal of home marks AL single-season record (7/16/1969) - PR=471
109 Don Mattingly - Yankees: Homers in AL record 7th straight game (7/17/1987) - PR=1,291
110 Willie Mays - Giants: Becomes 10th member of 3,000-hit club (7/18/1970) - PR=779
111 Aroldis Chapman - Reds: Reaches 500 Ks in fewest IP in MLB history (7/19/2015) - PR=404
112 Darryl Strawberry - Mets: 2 HRs, 7 RBI leads 16-4 romp of Braves (7/20/1985) - PR=494
113 Hideki Matsui - Yankees: 395th straight game since debut sets AL record (7/21/2004) - PR=557
114 Barry Larkin - Reds: Inducted into National Baseball Hall of Fame (7/22/2012) - PR=406
115 Pedro Martinez - Red Sox: CG SHO, 15 Ks and 0 walks lead 1-0 win (7/23/2000) - PR=415
116 Carl Yastrzemski - Red Sox: 400th career HR highlights 2-for-3 game (7/24/1979) - PR=551
117 Mike Schmidt - Phillies: 261st HR marks Club record in 2-HR game (7/25/1980) - PR=574
118 Johnny Bench - Reds: 3 HRs, 7 RBI and 4-hit game lead 12-5 win (7/26/1970) - PR=519
119 Brad Ziegler - Athletics: 25 scoreless IP to begin career sets MLB record (7/27/2008) - PR=364
120 Dennis Martinez - Expos: 1st Perfect Game by pitcher born outside USA (7/28/1991) - PR=336
121 Brooks Robinson - Orioles: 11th-inning, walk-off HR fuels 4-3 win (7/29/1972) - PR=450
122 Willie McCovey - Giants: 2 triples, 4 hits in MLB debut (7/30/1959) - PR=496
123 Steve Carlton - Phillies: Inducted into National Baseball Hall of Fame (7/31/1994) - PR=464
124 Andre Dawson - Cubs: Drives in all 5 Cubs runs on 3 HRs (8/1/1987) - PR=522
125 Melky Cabrera - Yankees: 1st Yankees cycle since 1995 (8/2/2009) - PR=309)
126 Adrian Beltre - Rangers: 3rd career cycle with all 4 hits by 5th inning (8/3/2015) - PR=313
127 Ernie Banks - Cubs: 3 HRs, 7 RBI fuel 11-10 win over Pirates (8/4/1955) - PR=571
128 Mark McGwire - Cardinals: 500th career HR highlights 2-HR game (8/5/1999) - PR=553
129 Tony Gwynn - Padres: Joins exclusive company 3,000th hit (8/6/1999) - PR=508
130 Jacob deGrom - Mets: 67.1 IP with no HRs allowed sets Mets rookie record (8/7/2014) - PR=381
131 Orlando Cepeda - Red Sox: Ties MLB record with four doubles as DH (8/8/1973) - PR=288
132 David Price - Rays: 15th winning decision sets Rays record (8/9/2010) - PR=231
133 Jim Palmer - Orioles: Fires one-hitter to lead 2-0 win over Twins (8/10/1976) - PR=298
134 Kerry Wood - Cubs: Fastest pitcher to reach 1,000 Ks (8/11/2003) - PR=436
135 Yu Darvish - Rangers: 15 Ks sets career high in perfect game bid (8/12/2013) - PR=269
136 Jim Palmer - Orioles: Fires no-hitter in 8-0 win over Oakland Athletics (8/13/1969) - PR=302
137 Bob Gibson - Cardinals: Throws 1st career no-hitter in dominant effort (8/14/1971) - PR=388
138 Felix Hernandez - Mariners: 1st teenager to reach 10+ Ks since Dwight Gooden (8/15/2005) = PR=272
139 Derek Jeter - Yankees: 2,674th hit sets MLB shortstop record (8/16/2009) - PR=964
140 Jim Thome - Indians: 12th career walk-off HR ties MLB record (8/17/2010) - PR=345
141 Ryan Zimmerman - Nationals: Rookie leads 6-4 win with career-high 5 RBI (8/18/2006) - PR=280
142 John Smoltz - Braves: Sets Braves™ strikeouts record with 2,913th K (8/19/2007) - PR=380
143 Dwight Gooden - Mets: Sets NL record in 16-K, CG shutout (8/20/1985) - PR=401
144 Tom Seaver - Reds: Receives standing O, Ks 11 in return to New York (8/21/1977) - PR=347
145 Nolan Ryan - Rangers: 1st pitcher ever to reach 5,000 Ks (8/22/1989) - PR=775
146 Bob Feller - Indians: 17-year-old strikes out 15 in MLB debut (8/23/1936) - PR=348
147 Lou Brock - Cardinals: Star outfielder swipes 800th base of career (8/23/1975) - PR=428
148 Dwight Gooden - Mets: 20-year-old becomes youngest ever to reach 20 wins (8/25/1985) - PR=359
149 Greg Maddux - Braves: 16th consecutive road win ties MLB record (8/26/1995) - PR=389
150 Jorge Soler - Cubs: Rookie hits HR in 1st MLB at-bat (8/27/2014) - PR=203
151 Juan Marichal - Giants: Becomes 2nd active pitcher to win 200 games (8/28/1970) - PR=354
152 Pedro Martinez - Red Sox: One-hitter, 13 Ks lead 8-0 romp of Devil Rays (8/29/2000) - PR=363
153 Mike Trout - Angels: Top prospect hits 2 HRs, drives in 5 in 13-6 win (8/30/2011) - PR=3,237
154 CC Sabathia - Brewers: 1-hitter lowers ERA to 1.43 since joining Brewers (8/31/2008) - PR=247
155 Miguel Tejada - Athletics: Walk-off, 3-run HR fuels 7-5 comeback win (9/1/2002) - PR=209
156 Nomar Garciaparra - Red Sox: Clubs epic, walk-off grand slam in 7-3 win (9/2/1998) - PR=275
157 Ichiro - Mariners: 3rd player ever to with 7 straight 200-hit seasons - PR=546
158 Jim Abbott - Yankees: Throws inspiring no-hitter against Indians (9/4/1993) - PR=421
159 Mark McGwire - Cardinals: Fastest player ever to reach 60 HRs in a season (9/5/1998) - PR=367
160 Eddie Murray - Orioles: 3rd player ever to reach 500 HRs, 3,000 hits (9/6/1998) - PR=272
161 Randy Johnson - Mariners: 14-K start lowers ERA to 1.00 with Astros (9/7/1998) - PR=243
162 Alex Rodriguez - Yankees: 4th Yankees player ever to reach 50 HRs (9/8/2007) - PR=350
163 Nomar Garciaparra - Red Sox: Sets MLB record with 86th RBI from leadoff spot (9/9/1997) - PR=257
164 Lou Brock - Cardinals: 105th stolen base breaks single-season record (9/10/1974) - PR=451
165 Frank Thomas - Athletics: Sets Club record with 6th straight game with HR (9/11/2006) - PR=389
166 Carl Yastrzemski - Red Sox: 8th-inning single marks 3,000th career hit (9/12/1979) - PR=362
167 Dante Bichette - Rockies: Homers in 6th inning to join 30/30 club (9/13/1996) - PR=181
168 Clayton Kershaw - Dodgers: Fires CG shutout to lead narrow 1-0 win (9/14/2010) - PR=295
169 Steve Carlton - Cardinals: Establishes MLB record with 19 Ks (9/15/1969) - PR=270
170 David Wright - Mets: 3rd Mets player to join 30/30 club (9/16/2007) - PR=329
171 Johnny Bench - Reds: Beloved catcher makes final start at home park (9/17/1983) - PR=429
172 Bartolo Colon - Indians: Flirts with no-hitter in 13-K, one-hit shutout (9/18/2000) - PR=266
173 Mariano Rivera - Yankees: Becomes MLB all-time saves leader (9/19/2011) - PR=460
174 Clayton Kershaw - Dodgers: 1st 20-game winner since 1990 (9/20/2011) - PR=282
175 Vladimir Guerrero - Expos: Set Expos record with 43rd HR of season (9/21/2000) - PR=263
176 Duke Snider - Dodgers: 5th straight 40-HR season ties MLB record (9/22/1957) - PR=285
177 Craig Biggio - Astros: 1st player since 1912 with 50 SBs and 50 doubles (9/23/1998) - PR=256
178 Eric Gagne - Dodgers: Converts 55th save to tie NL record (9/24/2003) - PR=244
179 Satchel Paige - Athletics: Becomes oldest pitcher ever in 3 SHO IP (9/25/1965) - PR=598
180 Nolan Ryan - Astros: 1st pitcher in MLB history to fire 5 no-hitters (9/26/1981) - PR=647
181 Jack Morris - Tigers: Earns 20th win behind CG SHO of Yankees (9/27/1986) - PR=281
182 CC Sabathia - Brewers: Clinch NL Wild Card behind short-rest CG (9/28/2008) - PR-195
183 Don Mattingly - Yankees: Hits MLB record 6th grand slam of season (9/29/1987) - PR=598
184 Tom Seaver - Mets: Earns 2nd 20-win season behind CG, 13 Ks (9/30/1971) - PR=444
185 Babe Ruth - Yankees: Babe calls his shot, hits World Series HR (10/1/1932) - PR=986
186 Bob Gibson - Cardinals: Sets World Series record with 17 Ks (10/2/1968) - PR=737
187 John Smoltz - Braves: Tosses CG, 1 run in NLDS Game 3 win (10/3/1997) - PR=283
188 Whitey Ford - Yankees: 3rd straight World Series SHO leads Game 1 win (10/4/1961) - PR=324
189 Mike Mussina - Orioles: 2nd win over "The Big Unit" seals trip to ALCS (10/5/1997) - PR=310
190 Eddie Mathews - Braves: Walk-off 2-run HR in 10th inning leads win (10/6/1957) PR=295
191 Edgar Martinez - Mariners: ALDS Game 4 grand slam breaks tie in win (10/7/1995) - PR=314
192 Rickey Henderson - Athletics: Named ALCS MVP after batting .400 with 8 SBs (10/8/1989) - PR=459
193 Bernie Williams - Yankees: 11th-inning, walk-off HR leads ALCS Game 1 win (10/9/1996) - PR=329
194 George Brett - Royals: 3-run HR off Gossage leads Club to World Series (10/10/1980) - PR=408
195 Brooks Robinson - Orioles: Reaches base a World Series record 5 times (10/11/1971) - PR=275
196 Bob Gibson - Cardinals: HR and CG lead Club to World Series title (10/12/1967) - PR=474
197 John Smoltz - Braves: Saves ALCS Game 2 in 1st ever relief appearance (10/13/1999) - PR=273
198 Roger Clemens - Yankees: ALCS record 15 Ks, one-hitter leads win (10/14/2000) - PR=316
199 Cole Hamels - Phillies: Named NLCS MVP after winning both starts (10/15/2008) - PR=312
200 Tony Perez - Reds: 2 HRs, 4 RBI lead World Series Game 5 win (10/16/1975) - PR=435
Checklist #101-200 (w/ Perez) - PR=435
201 Roberto Clemente - Pirates: Caps huge World Series with Game 7 HR (10/17/1971) - PR=764
202 Reggie Jackson - Yankees: Named "Mr. October" with 3-HR World Series game (10/18/1977) - PR=639
203 Paul Molitor - Blue Jays: 3 hits, 3 RBI fuel 10-3 win in Game 2 of World Series (10/19/1993) - PR=390
204 Andruw Jones - Braves: Youngest ever to hit HR in World Series (10/20/1996) - PR=319
205 Andy Pettitte - Yankees: Fires 7+ scoreless innings to secure World Series title (10/21/1998) - PR=TBA
206 Catfish Hunter - Athletics: Earns win with 2+ IP in World Series Game 7 (10/22/1972) - Buy on Topps

 

 

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  1. Gets two stars because it is a better looking card than its 1987 relative. More over priced shclock from TOPPS as they continue to reinvent the wheel. Criminal.

  2. I had a Q: do you know if the “cherry” or “ash” cards are actually printed on wood-stock as other companies (A&G, maybe others) have done in the past? Or is just regular cardstock that’s printed with a reddish or grayish tint? Thanks!

  3. Looks like just a color change, but I haven’t seen one in person.

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