2021 Topps Series 1 Baseball Cards

2021 Topps Series 1 Baseball Cards

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A favorite for many, 2021 Topps Series 1 Baseball brings collectors another update of the long-running product.

Similar to last year's flagship set, there is an anniversary to celebrate. This time, Topps is honoring 70 years of baseball cards with a party for 50 fans. Very lucky collectors can find one of the 25 tickets inserted in random Series 1 packs.

Adding to the flagship selection is 2021 Topps Series 2 Baseball.

If you are just looking for the base cards, don't forget about 2021 Topps Baseball Complete Factory Set.

See also: 2020 Topps Series 1 Baseball Cards

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2021 Topps Series 1 Baseball Base / Parallels

The new flagship collecting season begins with 330 base cards, including top veterans and rookies, as well as Future Stars, League Leaders, Team Cards and World Series Highlights subsets. If the set size is correct, this is a decrease compared to the normal 350-card flagship sets of the past.

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The 2021 Topps Series 1 Baseball checklist also works in the standard selection of parallels, plus the all-new Platinum Anniversary (#/70) edition.

Per Topps, "A printing error has been uncovered on the 2021 Topps Baseball Series 1 base card parallels. The Platinum Anniversary Parallel (#’d to 70) and the 70th Anniversary Parallel (#’d 1 of 1) have printed using the same ink colors and patterns. The cards have been sequentially numbered to the correct quantities (70 and 1 respectively) and we have corrected this error for future iterations of or Flagship brand. We apologize for any confusion this may cause with our collectors."

2021 Topps Series 1 Baseball Base Parallel Breakdown

  • Purple (Meijer)
  • Royal Blue (Walmart)
  • Yellow (Walgreens)
  • Gold Foil - 1:2 packs (Jumbo)
  • Rainbow Foil - 1:10 packs
  • Gold - #/2,021
  • Green - #/499 (Unannounced)
  • Advanced Stat - #/300
  • Orange - #/299 (Unannounced)
  • Red - #/199 (Unannounced)
  • Vintage Stock - #/99
  • Independence Day - #/76
  • Black - #/70 (Hobby/Jumbo)
  • Platinum Anniversary - #/70
  • Mother’s Day  - #/50
  • Father’s Day - #/50
  • Memorial Day - #/25
  • 70th Anniversary - 1/1
  • Printing Plates - 1/1

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In addition, the Hobby-only Clear parallels have 10 copies per card. However, the low-numbered series does not apply to the entire base set.

2021 Topps Series 1 Baseball Inserts

Moving to the inserts, most of the choices are new, as well. Featuring current players and retired legends, 70 Years of Topps Baseball covers seven decades of designs in the 70-card set.

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The History of Topps turns the focus to Topps itself via 10 cards that look back at key moments and subjects from Topps' past. In addition, Topps Through the Years works in 25 stars on some of the most iconic designs from the Topps portfolio.

Yet another cardboard celebration is on tap with 1986 Topps Baseball's 35th anniversary.

Part of a 70-card continuation line, the Topps Platinum Players Die-Cuts insert aims to identify the 70 greatest players on Topps cards. Series 1 has the first 25 players in the set.

However, it's not all about the action on the field. Stars in Service features top players who also give back.

These five inserts come as Blue, Black (#/299), Platinum Anniversary (#/70), Red (#/10), and Gold (1/1) parallels.

Taking inspiration from the 1990 Topps Double Header cards, Topps Double Headers pairs the rookie card and final Topps card for 25 key names.

And, finally, collectors can dive into the new season of Home Run Challenge with one card per Hobby/Jumbo box.

2021 Topps Series 1 Baseball Autographs

Of course, there are hits to be found in 2021 Topps Series 1 Baseball, including debuting 70 Years of Baseball Autographs and 70 Years of Baseball Dual Autographs (#/5). Single-player parallels include Black (#/199), Gold (#/50), Red (#/25 or less) and Platinum (1/1).

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There's also the on-card 1986 Topps Baseball Autograph line, with Black (#/199), Gold (#/50 or less), Red (#/25 or less - Hobby) and Platinum (1/1 - Hobby/Jumbo) versions.

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Collectors can revisit the 2020 season in the Postseason Performance Autograph (#/50 or less) and World Series Champions Autograph (#/50 or less) sets. These include Red (#/25) and Platinum (1/1) parallels.

Other choices include 70 Years of Topps Baseball Autographs (#/10 or less), Stars in Service Autographs (#/10 or less) and Topps Platinum Players Die-Cuts Autographs (#/10 or less), plus Cut Signatures (1/1).

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2021 Topps Series 1 Baseball Relics / Auto Relics

Like always, the memorabilia selection includes commemorative relics exclusive to Hobby and Jumbo boxes. 2021 Topps Series 1 Baseball offers Iconic Card Patches with the 50 all-time best cards in Topps history redone as jumbo patches. Meanwhile, Spring Training Cap Logo Patches is for current stars.

Look for Blue, Black (#/299), Platinum Anniversary (#/70), Red (#/10), Gold (1/1), and Autograph (#/10 or less) editions.

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Standard relics consist of 1986 Topps Baseball Relics, Major League Material Relics, Postseason Performance Relics (#/99), World Series Champion Relics (#/99) and the one-of-one In the Name Relics with game-worn nameplates.

That leaves only the auto relics, including Major League Material Autograph Relics (#/50 or less), Postseason Performance Autograph Relics (#/50 or less), World Series Champion Autograph Relics (#/50 or less) and Topps Reverence Autographed Patch (#/10 - Hobby/Jumbo). These signed cards add Red (#/5) and Platinum (1/1) parallels.

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2021 Topps Series 1 Baseball Buybacks / Sketch / Topper

In addition, collectors can find rare buyback and sketch cards in 2021 Topps Series 1 Baseball. With one card each from all 70 years, the one-of-one History of Topps Baseball Buyback cards come encased. Hand-drawn versions include standard Sketch cards and Shaped Sketch cards. The shaped edition is limited to 70 total cards that are exclusive to Hobby/Jumbo boxes.

Among the other odds and ends, Hobby Jumbo boxes are home to the 1951 Topps Major League All-Stars Box Toppers. These feature 25 players, while the on-card Autograph parallel is numbered to 10 or less.

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2021 Topps Series 1 Baseball Silver Packs Promo

Bringing chromium to the equation, the 2021 Topps Series 1 Silver Packs Promo promises one pack per Hobby box and two per Hobby jumbo box.

Collectors can chase limited parallels and autographs in the bonus packs.

2021 Topps Series 1 Baseball Rip Party

Similar to the Million Card Rip Party in 2020, the 2021 Topps Series 1 Baseball Rip Party involves breakers and a live break one day ahead of the official release date. View the full details.

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2021 Topps Series 1 Baseball Flagship Design

Still skewing to a more modern style, the Jo Adell rookie card mock-up showcases the return of a full border for the first time in several years. While there have been partial borders in recent series, the last full border came in 2015.

Collectors will also likely notice the 70-year logo in silver in place of the standard Topps logo.

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At first glance, the diagonal nameplate does make it a little tough to pick out the name.

Naturally, we are curious about the back, as well, but that image was not provided.

If you are wondering how the design compares to previous styles, check out the Topps flagship gallery from 1951 to 2021 to get a full rundown of the many looks used by Topps over the years.

Do you have any thoughts about the 2021 design? Tell us what you think in the comments.

Release Date: February 10, 2021
Hobby Configuration: 14 cards per pack, 24 packs per box, 12 boxes per case
HTA Jumbo Configuration:
 46 cards per pack, 10 packs per box, 6 boxes per case

2021 Topps Series 1 Baseball Hobby Box Break

  • 1 Autograph or Relic Card
  • 1 Silver Pack

2021 Topps Series 1 Baseball Hobby Jumbo Box Break

  • 1 Autograph Card
  • 2 Relic Cards
  • 2 Silver Packs

 

 

Set Checklist

2021 Topps Series 1 Baseball Checklist

Base Set Checklist

SUBSET KEY: CUP=Rookie Cup, FS=Future Stars, LL=League Leaders, WSH=World Series Highlights.
PARALLEL CARDS: Purple (Meijer), Royal Blue (Walmart), Yellow (Walgreens), Rainbow Foil (1:10), Gold Foil (1:2 Jumbo), Gold #/2021, Green #/499, Advanced Stat #/300, Orange #/299, Red #/199, Vintage Stock #/99, Independence Day #/76, Black #/70 (Hobby/Jumbo), Platinum Anniversary #/70, Mother’s Day #/50, Father’s Day #/50, Memorial Day #/25, 70th Anniversary 1/1, Printing Plates 1/1.
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1 Fernando Tatis Jr. - San Diego Padres
2 Roberto Osuna - Houston Astros
3 Matt Chapman - Oakland Athletics
4 David Bote - Chicago Cubs
5 Julio Urias - Los Angeles Dodgers
6 Justus Sheffield - Seattle Mariners
7 Dab on 'Em - Milwaukee Brewers Combo
8 Mauricio Dubon - San Francisco Giants
9 Max Fried - Atlanta Braves
10 Daulton Varsho - Arizona Diamondbacks RC
11 Max Kepler - Minnesota Twins
12 Joey Bart - San Francisco Giants RC
13 Mookie Betts - Los Angeles Dodgers
14 Do It for the Fans! - Chicago White Sox Combo
15 Mookie Betts - Los Angeles Dodgers WSH
16 Patrick Sandoval - Los Angeles Angels
17 Sean Doolittle - Washington Nationals
18 Shun Yamaguchi - Toronto Blue Jays
19 Jakob Junis - Kansas City Royals
20 J.D. Martinez - Boston Red Sox
21 Eric Sogard - Milwaukee Brewers
22 Pedro Severino - Baltimore Orioles
23 Nomar Mazara - Chicago White Sox
24 Nolan Arenado - Colorado Rockies
25 Sixto Sanchez - Miami Marlins RC
26 Bobby Dalbec - Boston Red Sox RC
27 Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
28 Luke Weaver - Arizona Diamondbacks
29 Chris Davis - Baltimore Orioles
30 Miguel Andujar - New York Yankees
31 Brandon Kintzler - Miami Marlins
32 Edward Olivares - Kansas City Royals RC
33 Yonathan Daza - Colorado Rockies
34 Roberto Perez - Cleveland Indians
35 Danny Santana - Texas Rangers
36 Charlie Morton - Tampa Bay Rays
37 Jose Quintana - Chicago Cubs
38 Mitch Moreland - San Diego Padres
39 New York Yankees - Team
40 Joc Pederson - Los Angeles Dodgers
41 Deivi Garcia - New York Yankees RC
42 Kyle Lewis - Seattle Mariners CUP
43 Jo Adell - Los Angeles Angels RC
44 Walker Buehler - Los Angeles Dodgers WSH
45 Wade LeBlanc - Baltimore Orioles
46 Jesus Luzardo - Oakland Athletics FS
47 Ketel Marte - Arizona Diamondbacks
48 Maikel Franco - Kansas City Royals
49 Starling Marte - Miami Marlins
50 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
51 Sean Manaea - Oakland Athletics
52 Archie Bradley - Cincinnati Reds
53 Andres Gimenez - New York Mets RC
54 Joakim Soria - Oakland Athletics
55 Nick Senzel - Cincinnati Reds
56 Steven Matz - New York Mets
57 Will Smith - Los Angeles Dodgers
58 Washington Nationals - Team
59 Milwaukee Brewers - Team
60 Yu Darvish - Chicago Cubs LL
61 A Playful Bout of Juniors - Toronto Blue Jays Combo
62 Stephen Vogt - Arizona Diamondbacks
63 Ronald Guzman - Texas Rangers
64 Chris Taylor - Los Angeles Dodgers
65 Isaac Paredes - Detroit Tigers RC
66 Ryan Brasier - Boston Red Sox
67 Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
68 Charlie Blackmon - Colorado Rockies
69 Gio Gonzalez - Chicago White Sox
70 Detroit Tigers - Team
71 Randy Dobnak - Minnesota Twins
72 Shane Bieber - Cleveland Indians LL
73 Colorado Rockies - Team
74 Byron Buxton - Minnesota Twins
75 Kolten Wong - St. Louis Cardinals
76 Jon Gray - Colorado Rockies
77 Jack Flaherty - St. Louis Cardinals
78 David Peterson - New York Mets RC
79 Roman Quinn - Philadelphia Phillies
80 Liam Hendriks - Oakland Athletics
81 Brett Gardner - New York Yankees
82 Michael Lorenzen - Cincinnati Reds
83 Gavin Lux - Los Angeles Dodgers FS
84 Pete Alonso - New York Mets
85 Brusdar Graterol - Los Angeles Dodgers FS
86 Austin Meadows - Tampa Bay Rays
87 Jorge Alfaro - Miami Marlins
88 Albert Abreu - New York Yankees RC
89 Lucas Giolito - Chicago White Sox
90 Shane Bieber - Cleveland Indians LL
91 Orlando Arcia - Milwaukee Brewers
92 Tarik Skubal - Detroit Tigers RC
93 Hunter Harvey - Baltimore Orioles
94 Josh Donaldson - Minnesota Twins
95 Gerrit Cole - New York Yankees
96 Brian Goodwin - Cincinnati Reds
97 Niko Goodrum - Detroit Tigers
98 Lourdes Gurriel Jr. - Toronto Blue Jays
99 Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
100 Christian Yelich - Milwaukee Brewers
101 Travis d'Arnaud - Atlanta Braves
102 Paul DeJong - St. Louis Cardinals
103 Daniel Johnson - Cleveland Indians RC
104 Kenta Maeda - Minnesota Twins
105 Shane Bieber - Cleveland Indians LL
106 Brandon Nimmo - New York Mets
107 David Dahl - Colorado Rockies
108 DJ LeMahieu - New York Yankees LL
109 Jean Segura - Philadelphia Phillies
110 Ian Happ - Chicago Cubs
111 Austin Riley - Atlanta Braves
112 Justin Verlander - Houston Astros
113 Nate Pearson - Toronto Blue Jays RC
114 Colin Moran - Pittsburgh Pirates
115 Willie Calhoun - Texas Rangers
116 Nico Hoerner - Chicago Cubs FS
117 Gio Urshela - New York Yankees
118 Carter Kieboom - Washington Nationals
119 Dee Strange-Gordon - Seattle Mariners
120 Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
121 Matthew Boyd - Detroit Tigers
122 Nick Heath - Kansas City Royals RC
123 Beau Burrows - Detroit Tigers RC
124 Amir Garrett - Cincinnati Reds
125 Adalberto Mondesi - Kansas City Royals
126 Monte Harrison - Miami Marlins RC
127 Wilson Ramos - New York Mets
128 Dylan Bundy - Los Angeles Angels
129 Daniel Murphy - Colorado Rockies
130 Josh Bell - Pittsburgh Pirates
131 Joey Gallo - Texas Rangers
132 Marwin Gonzalez - Minnesota Twins
133 Mitch Keller - Pittsburgh Pirates
134 Jose Urena - Miami Marlins
135 Brandon Woodruff - Milwaukee Brewers
136 Marco Gonzales - Seattle Mariners
137 Trevor Bauer - Cincinnati Reds LL
138 Tim Anderson - Chicago White Sox
139 Humberto Mejia - Arizona Diamondbacks RC
140 Garrett Richards - San Diego Padres
141 Caleb Smith - Arizona Diamondbacks
142 Jake Odorizzi - Minnesota Twins
143 Ryan Mountcastle - Baltimore Orioles RC
144 Anderson Tejeda - Texas Rangers RC
145 Kodi Whitley - St. Louis Cardinals RC
146 Patrick Corbin - Washington Nationals
147 Yuli Gurriel - Houston Astros
148 Chris Archer - Pittsburgh Pirates
149 Mitch Haniger - Seattle Mariners
150 Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels
151 Evan White - Seattle Mariners RC
152 Motor City Mashers - Detroit Tigers Combo
153 Tyler Stephenson - Cincinnati Reds RC
154 Andrew Benintendi - Boston Red Sox
155 Seth Lugo - New York Mets
156 Minnesota Twins - Team
157 Aroldis Chapman - New York Yankees
158 Buck Farmer - Detroit Tigers
159 Postgame Hand Wash - Toronto Blue Jays Combo
160 Brandon Workman - Philadelphia Phillies
161 Lewis Brinson - Miami Marlins
162 Rhys Hoskins - Philadelphia Phillies
163 J.D. Davis - New York Mets
164 Jesus Aguilar - Miami Marlins
165 Willson Contreras - Chicago Cubs
166 Elbows Only - Los Angeles Angels Combo
167 James Kaprielian - Oakland Athletics RC
168 Max Stassi - Los Angeles Angels
169 Brady Singer - Kansas City Royals RC
170 Jacob deGrom - New York Mets LL
171 Hector Neris - Philadelphia Phillies
172 Miami Marlins - Team
173 Evan Longoria - San Francisco Giants
174 Raisel Iglesias - Cincinnati Reds
175 Brad Hand - Cleveland Indians
176 Jake Bauers - Cleveland Indians
177 Ryan Castellani - Colorado Rockies RC
178 Albert Pujols - Los Angeles Angels
179 Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers WSH
180 Jose Abreu - Chicago White Sox LL
181 Miles Mikolas - St. Louis Cardinals
182 Eduardo Rodriguez - Boston Red Sox
183 Cristian Javier - Houston Astros RC
184 Tyler Chatwood - Chicago Cubs
185 Amed Rosario - New York Mets
186 Luke Voit - New York Yankees
187 Cristian Pache - Atlanta Braves RC
188 Brandon Drury - Toronto Blue Jays
189 Adam Plutko - Cleveland Indians
190 Sonny Gray - Cincinnati Reds
191 Wilmer Flores - San Francisco Giants
192 Manny Machado - San Diego Padres
193 Brandon Bielak - Houston Astros RC
194 Atlanta Braves - Atlanta Braves Team
195 Baltimore Orioles - Team
196 Ryan Yarbrough - Tampa Bay Rays
197 Nick Madrigal - Chicago White Sox RC
198 Corey Seager - Los Angeles Dodgers WSH
199 Trevor Williams - Pittsburgh Pirates
200 Jacob deGrom - New York Mets
201 Los Angeles Dodgers - Team
202 Howie Kendrick - Washington Nationals
203 Trea Turner - Washington Nationals
204 Kyle Seager - Seattle Mariners
205 Luis Patiño - San Diego Padres RC
206 Wade Davis - Colorado Rockies
207 Yadier Molina - St. Louis Cardinals
208 Griffin Canning - Los Angeles Angels
209 Mike Foltynewicz - Atlanta Braves
210 Get Up! - New York Mets Combo
211 Salvador Perez - Kansas City Royals
212 Robbie Ray - Toronto Blue Jays
213 JaCoby Jones - Detroit Tigers
214 Alex Verdugo - Boston Red Sox
215 Justin Dunn - Seattle Mariners FS
216 Adam Frazier - Pittsburgh Pirates
217 Jeimer Candelario - Detroit Tigers
218 Matt Olson - Oakland Athletics
219 Nelson Cruz - Minnesota Twins
220 Marcell Ozuna - Atlanta Braves LL
221 Chadwick Tromp - San Francisco Giants RC
222 Tampa Bay Rays - Team
223 Luis Robert - Chicago White Sox CUP
224 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - Toronto Blue Jays
225 Juan Soto - Washington Nationals LL
226 Rafael Devers - Boston Red Sox
227 Mike Yastrzemski - San Francisco Giants
228 Blake Taylor - Houston Astros RC
229 Paul Goldschmidt - St. Louis Cardinals
230 Tony Gonsolin - Los Angeles Dodgers CUP
231 Dane Dunning - Chicago White Sox RC
232 Albert Almora Jr. - Chicago Cubs
233 Dansby Swanson - Atlanta Braves
234 Lorenzo Cain - Milwaukee Brewers
235 A.J. Pollock - Los Angeles Dodgers
236 Ian Kennedy - Kansas City Royals
237 Willy Adames - Tampa Bay Rays
238 Kris Bubic - Kansas City Royals RC
239 Ian Anderson - Atlanta Braves RC
240 Jose Urquidy - Houston Astros FS
241 Anthony Rizzo - Chicago Cubs
242 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
243 Santiago Espinal - Toronto Blue Jays RC
244 Spencer Howard - Philadelphia Phillies RC
245 Aristides Aquino - Cincinnati Reds FS
246 Cavan Biggio - Toronto Blue Jays
247 Mallex Smith - Seattle Mariners
248 Francisco Mejia - San Diego Padres
249 Trent Grisham - San Diego Padres FS
250 Bryce Harper - Philadelphia Phillies
251 Pittsburgh Pirates - Team
252 Luke Voit - New York Yankees LL
253 Carlos Correa - Houston Astros
254 Zack Britton - New York Yankees
255 Austin Hays - Baltimore Orioles
256 Keibert Ruiz - Los Angeles Dodgers RC
257 Brendan McKay - Tampa Bay Rays FS
258 Walk-Off Apart - San Francisco Giants Combo
259 Chris Paddack - San Diego Padres
260 Eduardo Escobar - Arizona Diamondbacks
261 Blake Snell - Tampa Bay Rays
262 Mark Canha - Oakland Athletics
263 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
264 Leody Taveras - Texas Rangers RC
265 Mike Clevinger - San Diego Padres
266 Jurickson Profar - San Diego Padres
267 Kirby Yates - San Diego Padres
268 Johnny Cueto - San Francisco Giants
269 Jesus Sanchez - Miami Marlins RC
270 Mitch White - Los Angeles Dodgers RC
271 Luis Castillo - Cincinnati Reds
272 John Means - Baltimore Orioles
273 Oliver Perez - Cleveland Indians
274 Freddy Galvis - Cincinnati Reds
275 Joey Votto - Cincinnati Reds
276 Marcus Semien - Oakland Athletics
277 Alec Bohm - Philadelphia Phillies RC
278 Jon Lester - Chicago Cubs
279 Danny Mendick - Chicago White Sox
280 Kevin Kiermaier - Tampa Bay Rays
281 Jesse Winker - Cincinnati Reds
282 Omar Narvaez - Milwaukee Brewers
283 Texas Rangers - Team
284 Eloy Jimenez - Chicago White Sox
285 Dylan Carlson - St. Louis Cardinals RC
286 Harrison Bader - St. Louis Cardinals
287 Arizona Diamondbacks - Team
288 Miguel Rojas - Miami Marlins
289 Josh Reddick - Houston Astros
290 Josh Harrison - Washington Nationals
291 Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
292 Oscar Mercado - Cleveland Indians
293 Rougned Odor - Texas Rangers
294 Leury Garcia - Chicago White Sox
295 Hunter Renfroe - Tampa Bay Rays
296 Joey Wendle - Tampa Bay Rays
297 Alex Bregman - Houston Astros
298 Luis Garcia - Washington Nationals RC
299 Teoscar Hernandez - Toronto Blue Jays
300 Yordan Alvarez - Houston Astros
301 Buster Posey - San Francisco Giants
302 Max Muncy - Los Angeles Dodgers
303 Hands Up! Masks Up! - LA Dodgers Combo
304 Danny Duffy - Kansas City Royals
305 Tony Kemp - Oakland Athletics
306 Michael Taylor - Washington Nationals
307 Avisail Garcia - Milwaukee Brewers
308 Jay Bruce - Philadelphia Phillies
309 Francisco Lindor - Cleveland Indians
310 Bo Bichette - Toronto Blue Jays FS
311 Codi Heuer - Chicago White Sox RC
312 Marcell Ozuna - Atlanta Braves LL
313 Matt Shoemaker - Toronto Blue Jays
314 Tommy Edman - St. Louis Cardinals
315 Brandon Crawford - San Francisco Giants
316 Alex Gordon - Kansas City Royals
317 Jake Arrieta - Philadelphia Phillies
318 Chicago White Sox - Team
319 Triston McKenzie - Cleveland Indians RC
320 Anthony Santander - Baltimore Orioles
321 Casey Mize - Detroit Tigers RC
322 Javier Baez - Chicago Cubs
323 Slam Diego! - San Diego Padres Combo
324 Nick Neidert - Miami Marlins RC
325 Max Scherzer - Washington Nationals
326 Eddy Alvarez - Miami Marlins RC
327 Whit Merrifield - Kansas City Royals
328 Kevin Gausman - San Francisco Giants
329 Mike Minor - Oakland Athletics
330 Juan Soto - Washington Nationals

 

Base Rookies Set Checklist

50 cards.
These are part of the base set above. They are noted here to make it easier to review the base rookies.

10 Daulton Varsho - Arizona Diamondbacks RC
12 Joey Bart - San Francisco Giants RC
25 Sixto Sanchez - Miami Marlins RC
26 Bobby Dalbec - Boston Red Sox RC
32 Edward Olivares - Kansas City Royals RC
41 Deivi Garcia - New York Yankees RC
43 Jo Adell - Los Angeles Angels RC
53 Andres Gimenez - New York Mets RC
65 Isaac Paredes - Detroit Tigers RC
78 David Peterson - New York Mets RC
88 Albert Abreu - New York Yankees RC
92 Tarik Skubal - Detroit Tigers RC
103 Daniel Johnson - Cleveland Indians RC
113 Nate Pearson - Toronto Blue Jays RC
122 Nick Heath - Kansas City Royals RC
123 Beau Burrows - Detroit Tigers RC
126 Monte Harrison - Miami Marlins RC
139 Humberto Mejia - Arizona Diamondbacks RC
143 Ryan Mountcastle - Baltimore Orioles RC
144 Anderson Tejeda - Texas Rangers RC
145 Kodi Whitley - St. Louis Cardinals RC
151 Evan White - Seattle Mariners RC
153 Tyler Stephenson - Cincinnati Reds RC
167 James Kaprielian - Oakland Athletics RC
169 Brady Singer - Kansas City Royals RC
177 Ryan Castellani - Colorado Rockies RC
183 Cristian Javier - Houston Astros RC
187 Cristian Pache - Atlanta Braves RC
193 Brandon Bielak - Houston Astros RC
197 Nick Madrigal - Chicago White Sox RC
205 Luis Patiño - San Diego Padres RC
221 Chadwick Tromp - San Francisco Giants RC
228 Blake Taylor - Houston Astros RC
231 Dane Dunning - Chicago White Sox RC
238 Kris Bubic - Kansas City Royals RC
239 Ian Anderson - Atlanta Braves RC
243 Santiago Espinal - Toronto Blue Jays RC
244 Spencer Howard - Philadelphia Phillies RC
256 Keibert Ruiz - Los Angeles Dodgers RC
264 Leody Taveras - Texas Rangers RC
269 Jesus Sanchez - Miami Marlins RC
270 Mitch White - Los Angeles Dodgers RC
277 Alec Bohm - Philadelphia Phillies RC
285 Dylan Carlson - St. Louis Cardinals RC
298 Luis Garcia - Washington Nationals RC
311 Codi Heuer - Chicago White Sox RC
319 Triston McKenzie - Cleveland Indians RC
321 Casey Mize - Detroit Tigers RC
324 Nick Neidert - Miami Marlins RC
326 Eddy Alvarez - Miami Marlins RC

 

Base Variations Set Checklist

Short Print SP
1 Fernando Tatis Jr. - San Diego Padres
3 Matt Chapman - Oakland Athletics
4 Ernie Banks - Chicago Cubs
10 Daulton Varsho - Arizona Diamondbacks
12 Joey Bart - San Francisco Giants
13 Mookie Betts - Los Angeles Dodgers
24 Nolan Arenado - Colorado Rockies
25 Sixto Sanchez - Miami Marlins
26 Bobby Dalbec - Boston Red Sox
27 Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
29 Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
41 Deivi Garcia - New York Yankees
42 Kyle Lewis - Seattle Mariners
43 Jo Adell - Los Angeles Angels
50 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
53 Andres Gimenez - New York Mets
65 Isaac Paredes - Detroit Tigers
67 Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
81 Babe Ruth - New York Yankees
84 Pete Alonso - New York Mets
92 Tarik Skubal - Detroit Tigers
95 Gerrit Cole - New York Yankees
99 Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
100 Christian Yelich - Milwaukee Brewers
112 Justin Verlander - Houston Astros
113 Nate Pearson - Toronto Blue Jays
120 Hank Aaron - Atlanta Braves
130 Roberto Clemente - Pittsburgh Pirates
143 Ryan Mountcastle - Baltimore Orioles
150 Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels
151 Evan White - Seattle Mariners
153 Tyler Stephenson - Cincinnati Reds
154 Ted Williams - Boston Red Sox
169 Brady Singer - Kansas City Royals
186 Lou Gehrig - New York Yankees
187 Cristian Pache - Atlanta Braves
192 Manny Machado - San Diego Padres
197 Nick Madrigal - Chicago White Sox
200 Jacob deGrom - New York Mets
205 Luis Patiño - San Diego Padres
207 Yadier Molina - St. Louis Cardinals
223 Luis Robert - Chicago White Sox
224 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - Toronto Blue Jays
226 Rafael Devers - Boston Red Sox
227 Willie Mays - San Francisco Giants
229 Stan Musial - St. Louis Cardinals
231 Dane Dunning - Chicago White Sox
239 Ian Anderson - Atlanta Braves
240 Nolan Ryan - Houston Astros
241 Anthony Rizzo - Chicago Cubs
242 Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
244 Spencer Howard - Philadelphia Phillies
247 Ken Griffey Jr - Seattle Mariners
250 Bryce Harper - Philadelphia Phillies
256 Keibert Ruiz - Los Angeles Dodgers
263 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
265 Mike Clevinger - San Diego Padres
266 Tony Gwynn - San Diego Padres
269 Jesus Sanchez - Miami Marlins
275 Joey Votto - Cincinnati Reds
277 Alec Bohm - Philadelphia Phillies
285 Dylan Carlson - St. Louis Cardinals
291 Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
297 Alex Bregman - Houston Astros
298 Luis Garcia - Washington Nationals
301 Buster Posey - San Francisco Giants
302 Jackie Robinson - Los Angeles Dodgers
309 Francisco Lindor - Cleveland Indians
310 Bo Bichette - Toronto Blue Jays
319 Triston McKenzie - Cleveland Indians
321 Casey Mize - Detroit Tigers
322 Javier Baez - Chicago Cubs
325 Max Scherzer - Washington Nationals
327 George Brett - Kansas City Royals
330 Juan Soto - Washington Nationals
Super Short Print SSP
1 Fernando Tatis Jr. - San Diego Padres
12 Joey Bart - San Francisco Giants
13 Mookie Betts - Los Angeles Dodgers
27 Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
43 Jo Adell - Los Angeles Angels
84 Pete Alonso - New York Mets
92 Tarik Skubal - Detroit Tigers
99 Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
100 Christian Yelich - Milwaukee Brewers
113 Nate Pearson - Toronto Blue Jays
143 Ryan Mountcastle - Baltimore Orioles
187 Cristian Pache - Atlanta Braves
197 Nick Madrigal - Chicago White Sox
223 Luis Robert - Chicago White Sox
239 Ian Anderson - Atlanta Braves
250 Bryce Harper - Philadelphia Phillies
263 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
277 Alec Bohm - Philadelphia Phillies
285 Dylan Carlson - St. Louis Cardinals
297 Alex Bregman - Houston Astros
298 Luis Garcia - Washington Nationals
319 Triston McKenzie - Cleveland Indians
321 Casey Mize - Detroit Tigers
322 Javier Baez - Chicago Cubs
330 Juan Soto - Washington Nationals
Ultra Short Print SSSP
224 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - Toronto Blue Jays
227 Mike Yastrzemski - San Francisco Giants
246 Cavan Biggio - Toronto Blue Jays
247 Ken Griffey Jr - Seattle Mariners
266 Roberto Alomar - San Diego Padres

 

Base Clear Set Checklist

100 cards. Serial numbered #/10. Hobby only.

1 Fernando Tatis Jr. - San Diego Padres
3 Matt Chapman - Oakland Athletics
10 Daulton Varsho - Arizona Diamondbacks
12 Joey Bart - San Francisco Giants
20 J.D. Martinez - Boston Red Sox
24 Nolan Arenado - Colorado Rockies
25 Sixto Sanchez - Miami Marlins
26 Bobby Dalbec - Boston Red Sox
27 Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
32 Edward Olivares - Kansas City Royals
41 Deivi Garcia - New York Yankees
43 Jo Adell - Los Angeles Angels
46 Jesus Luzardo - Oakland Athletics
50 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
53 Andres Gimenez - New York Mets
65 Isaac Paredes - Detroit Tigers
67 Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
77 Jack Flaherty - St. Louis Cardinals
78 David Peterson - New York Mets
83 Gavin Lux - Los Angeles Dodgers
84 Pete Alonso - New York Mets
85 Brusdar Graterol - Los Angeles Dodgers
88 Albert Abreu - New York Yankees
92 Tarik Skubal - Detroit Tigers
94 Josh Donaldson - Minnesota Twins
95 Gerrit Cole - New York Yankees
99 Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
100 Christian Yelich - Milwaukee Brewers
103 Daniel Johnson - Cleveland Indians
112 Justin Verlander - Houston Astros
113 Nate Pearson - Toronto Blue Jays
116 Nico Hoerner - Chicago Cubs
120 Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
122 Nick Heath - Kansas City Royals
123 Beau Burrows - Detroit Tigers
126 Monte Harrison - Miami Marlins
130 Josh Bell - Pittsburgh Pirates
131 Joey Gallo - Texas Rangers
139 Humberto Mejia - Arizona Diamondbacks
143 Ryan Mountcastle - Baltimore Orioles
144 Anderson Tejeda - Texas Rangers
145 Kodi Whitley - St. Louis Cardinals
150 Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels
151 Evan White - Seattle Mariners
153 Tyler Stephenson - Cincinnati Reds
167 James Kaprielian - Oakland Athletics
169 Brady Singer - Kansas City Royals
177 Ryan Castellani - Colorado Rockies
183 Cristian Javier - Houston Astros
187 Cristian Pache - Atlanta Braves
192 Manny Machado - San Diego Padres
193 Brandon Bielak - Houston Astros
197 Nick Madrigal - Chicago White Sox
200 Jacob deGrom - New York Mets
205 Luis Patiño - San Diego Padres
207 Yadier Molina - St. Louis Cardinals
215 Justin Dunn - Seattle Mariners
218 Matt Olson - Oakland Athletics
221 Chadwick Tromp - San Francisco Giants
224 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - Toronto Blue Jays
226 Rafael Devers - Boston Red Sox
228 Blake Taylor - Houston Astros
229 Paul Goldschmidt - St. Louis Cardinals
231 Dane Dunning - Chicago White Sox
238 Kris Bubic - Kansas City Royals
239 Ian Anderson - Atlanta Braves
240 Jose Urquidy - Houston Astros
241 Anthony Rizzo - Chicago Cubs
242 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
243 Santiago Espinal - Toronto Blue Jays
244 Spencer Howard - Philadelphia Phillies
245 Aristides Aquino - Cincinnati Reds
249 Trent Grisham - San Diego Padres
250 Bryce Harper - Philadelphia Phillies
256 Keibert Ruiz - Los Angeles Dodgers
257 Brendan McKay - Tampa Bay Rays
261 Blake Snell - Tampa Bay Rays
263 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
264 Leody Taveras - Texas Rangers
269 Jesus Sanchez - Miami Marlins
270 Mitch White - Los Angeles Dodgers
275 Joey Votto - Cincinnati Reds
277 Alec Bohm - Philadelphia Phillies
284 Eloy Jimenez - Chicago White Sox
285 Dylan Carlson - St. Louis Cardinals
291 Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
297 Alex Bregman - Houston Astros
298 Luis Garcia - Washington Nationals
301 Buster Posey - San Francisco Giants
309 Francisco Lindor - Cleveland Indians
310 Bo Bichette - Toronto Blue Jays
311 Codi Heuer - Chicago White Sox
319 Triston McKenzie - Cleveland Indians
321 Casey Mize - Detroit Tigers
322 Javier Baez - Chicago Cubs
324 Nick Neidert - Miami Marlins
325 Max Scherzer - Washington Nationals
326 Eddy Alvarez - Miami Marlins
327 Whit Merrifield - Kansas City Royals
330 Juan Soto - Washington Nationals

 

2021 Topps Series 1 Baseball Autograph Checklist

70 Years of Baseball Autographs Set Checklist

69 cards.
PARALLEL CARDS: Black #/199, Gold #/50, Red #/25 or less, Platinum 1/1.

70YA-AB Alec Bohm - Philadelphia Phillies
70YA-AM Austin Meadows - Tampa Bay Rays
70YA-BDA Bobby Dalbec - Boston Red Sox
70YA-BG Bob Gibson - St. Louis Cardinals
70YA-BK Brad Keller - Kansas City Royals
70YA-CB Corbin Burnes - Milwaukee Brewers
70YA-CMI Casey Mize - Detroit Tigers
70YA-CS Clarke Schmidt - New York Yankees
70YA-CY Christian Yelich - Milwaukee Brewers
70YA-DC Dylan Carlson - St. Louis Cardinals
70YA-DD Dane Dunning - Chicago White Sox
70YA-DGA Deivi Garcia - New York Yankees
70YA-DJ Danny Jansen - Toronto Blue Jays
70YA-DJO Daniel Johnson - Cleveland Indians
70YA-DKR Dean Kremer - Baltimore Orioles
70YA-ED Eric Davis - Cincinnati Reds
70YA-EO Edward Olivares - Kansas City Royals
70YA-FJ Fergie Jenkins - Chicago Cubs
70YA-FK Franklyn Kilome - New York Mets
70YA-IP Isaac Paredes - Detroit Tigers
70YA-JA Jo Adell - Los Angeles Angels
70YA-JAR Jonathan Arauz - Boston Red Sox
70YA-JAZ Jazz Chisholm - Miami Marlins
70YA-JB Joey Bart - San Francisco Giants
70YA-JGA Jose Garcia - Cincinnati Reds
70YA-JJ Josh James - Houston Astros
70YA-JK John Kruk - Philadelphia Phillies
70YA-JM Jordan Montgomery - New York Yankees
70YA-JO Johan Oviedo - St. Louis Cardinals
70YA-JR Jim Rice - Boston Red Sox
70YA-JS Juan Soto - Washington Nationals
70YA-JSO Jorge Soler - Kansas City Royals
70YA-KA Keegan Akin - Baltimore Orioles
70YA-KBH Ke'Bryan Hayes - Pittsburgh Pirates
70YA-KW Kerry Wood - Chicago Cubs
70YA-LG Luis Gonzalez - Arizona Diamondbacks
70YA-LM Lance McCullers Jr. - Houston Astros
70YA-MG Mitch Garver - Minnesota Twins
70YA-MK Mitch Keller - Pittsburgh Pirates
70YA-MM Mike Mussina - Baltimore Orioles
70YA-MMA Mark Mathias - Milwaukee Brewers
70YA-MMO Mickey Moniak - Philadelphia Phillies
70YA-MT Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
70YA-NG Nomar Garciaparra - Boston Red Sox
70YA-NP Nate Pearson - Toronto Blue Jays
70YA-OV Omar Vizquel - Cleveland Indians
70YA-RA Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
70YA-RH Ryan Howard - Philadelphia Phillies
70YA-RM Ryan Mountcastle - Baltimore Orioles
70YA-SG Steve Garvey - Los Angeles Dodgers
70YA-SH Sam Hilliard - Colorado Rockies
70YA-SHU Sam Huff - Texas Rangers
70YA-SM Sean Murphy - Oakland Athletics
70YA-SR Seth Romero - Washington Nationals
70YA-SS Sterling Sharp - Miami Marlins
70YA-TA Tim Anderson - Chicago White Sox
70YA-TAN Tejay Antone - Cincinnati Reds
70YA-TE Tommy Edman - St. Louis Cardinals
70YA-TG Tony Gonsolin - Los Angeles Dodgers
70YA-TH Trevor Hoffman - San Diego Padres
70YA-THA Tom Hatch - Toronto Blue Jays
70YA-TM Tino Martinez - New York Yankees
70YA-TR Tim Raines - Chicago White Sox
70YA-TT Touki Toussaint - Atlanta Braves
70YA-TW Taylor Widener - Arizona Diamondbacks
70YA-YK Yusei Kikuchi - Seattle Mariners
70YA-YM Yermin Mercedes - Chicago White Sox
70YA-YR Yohan Ramirez - Seattle Mariners
70YA-ZP Zach Plesac - Cleveland Indians

 

70 Years of Baseball Dual Autographs Set Checklist

15 cards. Serial numbered #/5.

70DA-AG Roberto Alomar - Toronto Blue Jays
70DA-AG Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - Toronto Blue Jays
70DA-AT Fernando Tatis Jr. - San Diego Padres
70DA-AT Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
70DA-BB Jeff Bagwell - Houston Astros
70DA-BB Alex Bregman - Houston Astros
70DA-GM Bob Gibson - St. Louis Cardinals
70DA-GM Yadier Molina - St. Louis Cardinals
70DA-GR Tim Raines - Montréal Expos
70DA-GR Vladimir Guerrero - Montréal Expos
70DA-GT Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
70DA-GT Ken Griffey Jr. - Seattle Mariners
70DA-JA Chipper Jones - Atlanta Braves
70DA-JA Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
70DA-KB Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
70DA-KB Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
70DA-MC Mark McGwire - Oakland Athletics
70DA-MC Matt Chapman - Oakland Athletics
70DA-MO Pedro Martinez - Boston Red Sox
70DA-MO David Ortiz - Boston Red Sox
70DA-OD Rafael Devers - Boston Red Sox
70DA-OD David Ortiz - Boston Red Sox
70DA-RJ Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
70DA-RJ Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
70DA-SM Greg Maddux - Chicago Cubs
70DA-SM Ryne Sandberg - Chicago Cubs
70DA-TO Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels
70DA-TO Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
70DA-WA Larry Walker - Colorado Rockies
70DA-WA Nolan Arenado - Colorado Rockies

 

70 Years of Topps Baseball Autographs Set Checklist

52 cards. Serial numbered #/10 or less.

70YT-2 Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
70YT-3 Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
70YT-4 Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
70YT-5 Andrew McCutchen - Philadelphia Phillies
70YT-6 Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
70YT-7 Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
70YT-8 Paul Goldschmidt - St. Louis Cardinals
70YT-9 Yadier Molina - St. Louis Cardinals
70YT-10 Buster Posey - San Francisco Giants
70YT-11 Anthony Rizzo - Chicago Cubs
70YT-12 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
70YT-14 Will Clark - San Francisco Giants
70YT-15 Johnny Bench - Cincinnati Reds
70YT-16 Gerrit Cole - New York Yankees
70YT-17 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
70YT-18 Pete Alonso - New York Mets
70YT-19 Mark McGwire - Oakland Athletics
70YT-20 Rickey Henderson - Oakland Athletics
70YT-21 Mike Piazza - New York Mets
70YT-22 Robin Yount - Milwaukee Brewers
70YT-23 Jacob deGrom - New York Mets
70YT-25 Christian Yelich - Milwaukee Brewers
70YT-27 Ken Griffey Jr. - Seattle Mariners
70YT-28 Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels
70YT-29 Fernando Tatis Jr. - San Diego Padres
70YT-31 Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
70YT-35 Chipper Jones - Atlanta Braves
70YT-36 Vladimir Guerrero - Montreal Expos
70YT-38 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - Toronto Blue Jays
70YT-39 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
70YT-40 Kris Bryant - Chicago Cubs
70YT-42 Alex Bregman - Houston Astros
70YT-43 Mariano Rivera - New York Yankees
70YT-45 Ichiro - Seattle Mariners
70YT-47 Joey Votto - Cincinnati Reds
70YT-48 Jose Altuve - Houston Astros
70YT-49 Blake Snell - Tampa Bay Rays
70YT-50 Ryne Sandberg - Chicago Cubs
70YT-51 Bob Gibson - St. Louis Cardinals
70YT-52 Nolan Arenado - Colorado Rockies
70YT-53 Rafael Devers - Boston Red Sox
70YT-54 Don Mattingly - New York Yankees
70YT-55 Stephen Strasburg - Washington Nationals
70YT-57 Ozzie Smith - St. Louis Cardinals
70YT-59 Mike Schmidt - Philadelphia Phillies
70YT-60 Juan Soto - Washington Nationals
70YT-61 Reggie Jackson - New York Yankees
70YT-62 Matt Chapman - Oakland Athletics
70YT-64 Roger Clemens - Boston Red Sox
70YT-66 Frank Thomas - Chicago White Sox
70YT-67 Nolan Ryan - Texas Rangers
70YT-68 Randy Johnson - Arizona Diamonbacks

 

1986 Topps Baseball Autographs Set Checklist

104 cards.
PARALLEL CARDS: Black #/199, Gold #/50 or less, Red #/25 or less (Hobby), Platinum 1/1 (Hobby/Jumbo).

86A-AP A.J. Puk - Oakland Athletics
86A-AJ Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
86A-ABO Alec Bohm - Philadelphia Phillies
86A-ABR Alex Bregman - Houston Astros
86A-AG Alex Gordon - Kansas City Royals
86A-AD Andre Dawson - Chicago Cubs
86A-AY Andy Young - Arizona Diamondbacks
86A-ARE Anthony Rendon - Los Angeles Angels
86A-BBU Beau Burrows - Detroit Tigers
86A-BD Bobby Dalbec - Boston Red Sox
86A-BSI Brady Singer - Kansas City Royals
86A-BBI Brandon Bielak - Houston Astros
86A-BL Brandon Lowe - Tampa Bay Rays
86A-BHA Bryce Harper - Philadelphia Phillies
86A-CR Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
86A-CF Carlton Fisk - Chicago White Sox
86A-CM Casey Mize - Detroit Tigers
86A-CBI Cavan Biggio - Toronto Blue Jays
86A-CCS CC Sabathia - New York Yankees
86A-CY Christian Yelich - Milwaukee Brewers
86A-CPA Cristian Pache - Atlanta Braves
86A-DMU Dale Murphy - Atlanta Braves
86A-DJO Daniel Johnson - Cleveland Indians
86A-DST Darryl Strawberry - New York Mets
86A-DVA Daulton Varsho - Arizona Diamondbacks
86A-DAS Dave Stewart - Oakland Athletics
86A-DE Dennis Eckersley - Oakland Athletics
86A-DJ Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
86A-DM Don Mattingly - New York Yankees
86A-DGO Dwight Gooden - New York Mets
86A-DC Dylan Carlson - St. Louis Cardinals
86A-EAL Eddy Alvarez - Miami Marlins
86A-EM Edgar Martinez - Seattle Mariners
86A-EA Elvis Andrus - Texas Rangers
86A-EW Evan White - Seattle Mariners
86A-FT Fernando Tatis Jr. - San Diego Padres
86A-FTH Frank Thomas - Chicago White Sox
86A-FF Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
86A-GC Gerrit Cole - New York Yankees
86A-HR Hyun-Jin Ryu - Toronto Blue Jays
86A-I Ichiro - Seattle Mariners
86A-JA Jim Abbott - Los Angeles Angels
86A-JAD Jo Adell - Los Angeles Angels
86A-JB Joey Bart - San Francisco Giants
86A-JG Joey Gallo - Texas Rangers
86A-JKR John Kruk - Philadelphia Phillies
86A-JSM John Smoltz - Atlanta Braves
86A-JBN Johnny Bench - Cincinnati Reds
86A-JMA Jorge Mateo - San Diego Padres
86A-JAA Jose Altuve - Houston Astros
86A-JC Jose Canseco - Oakland Athletics
86A-BELL Josh Bell - Pittsburgh Pirates
86A-JSO Juan Soto - Washington Nationals
86A-KL Kenny Lofton - Cleveland Indians
86A-KW Kerry Wood - Chicago Cubs
86A-KHI Keston Hiura - Milwaukee Brewers
86A-KM Ketel Marte - Arizona Diamondbacks
86A-KWO Kolten Wong - St. Louis Cardinals
86A-KBU Kris Bubic - Kansas City Royals
86A-KS Kyle Schwarber - Chicago Cubs
86A-LW Larry Walker - Colorado Rockies
86A-LCA Luis Castillo - Cincinnati Reds
86A-LPA Luis Patino - San Diego Padres
86A-LR Luis Robert - Chicago White Sox
86A-MST Marcus Stroman - New York Mets
86A-MMG Mark McGwire - Oakland Athletics
86A-MCP Matt Chapman - Oakland Athletics
86A-MCH Michael Chavis - Boston Red Sox
86A-MT Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
86A-MY Mike Yastrzemski - San Francisco Giants
86A-MH Monte Harrison - Miami Marlins
86A-NP Nate Pearson - Toronto Blue Jays
86A-NM Nick Madrigal - Chicago White Sox
86A-NH Nico Hoerner - Chicago Cubs
86A-NR Nolan Ryan - Houston Astros
86A-OS Ozzie Smith - St. Louis Cardinals
86A-PD Paul DeJong - St. Louis Cardinals
86A-PG Paul Goldschmidt - St. Louis Cardinals
86A-PAL Pete Alonso - New York Mets
86A-RAL Roberto Alomar - Toronto Blue Jays
86A-RY Robin Yount - Milwaukee Brewers
86A-RAC Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
86A-RH Ryan Howard - Philadelphia Phillies
86A-RMO Ryan Mountcastle - Baltimore Orioles
86A-SE Santiago Espinal - Toronto Blue Jays
86A-SR Scott Rolen - Philadelphia Phillies
86A-SB Shane Bieber - Cleveland Indians
86A-SC Shin-Soo Choo - Texas Rangers
86A-SA Shogo Akiyama - Cincinnati Reds
86A-SGR Sonny Gray - Cincinnati Reds
86A-SH Spencer Howard - Philadelphia Phillies
86A-SST Stephen Strasburg - Washington Nationals
86A-TM Tino Martinez - New York Yankees
86A-TG Tom Glavine - Atlanta Braves
86A-TGL Tyler Glasnow - Tampa Bay Rays
86A-TST Tyler Stephenson - Cincinnati Reds
86A-WB Wade Boggs - Boston Red Sox
86A-WM Whit Merrifield - Kansas City Royals
86A-WIC William Contreras - Atlanta Braves
86A-WCO Willson Contreras - Chicago Cubs
86A-YMO Yoan Moncada - Chicago White Sox
86A-ZM Zach McKinstry - Los Angeles Dodgers
86A-ZB Zack Burdi - Chicago White Sox
86A-CT Chadwick Tromp - San Francisco Giants

 

Cody Bellinger Highlights Autographs Set Checklist

30 cards. Target only. Serial numbered.

TE-1 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-2 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-3 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-4 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-5 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-6 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-7 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-8 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-9 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-10 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-11 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-12 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-13 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-14 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-15 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-16 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-17 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-18 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-19 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-20 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-21 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-22 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-23 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-24 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-25 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-26 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-27 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-28 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-29 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-30 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers

 

Postseason Performance Autographs Set Checklist

25 cards. Serial numbered #/50 or less.
PARALLEL CARDS: Red #/25, Platinum 1/1.

PPA-AJ Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
PPA-BLO Brandon Lowe - Tampa Bay Rays
PPA-CSE Corey Seager - Los Angeles Dodgers
PPA-DJL DJ LeMahieu - New York Yankees
PPA-EHO Eric Hosmer - San Diego Padres
PPA-FFR Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
PPA-FTJ Fernando Tatis Jr. - San Diego Padres
PPA-GC Gerrit Cole - New York Yankees
PPA-GS George Springer - Houston Astros
PPA-GT Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
PPA-JA Jesus Aguilar - Miami Marlins
PPA-JAL Jose Altuve - Houston Astros
PPA-KH Kyle Hendricks - Chicago Cubs
PPA-LCA Luis Castillo - Cincinnati Reds
PPA-LGI Lucas Giolito - Chicago White Sox
PPA-LV Luke Voit - New York Yankees
PPA-MMA Manny Machado - San Diego Padres
PPA-MMU Max Muncy - Los Angeles Dodgers
PPA-MSE Marcus Semien - Oakland Athletics
PPA-PG Paul Goldschmidt - St. Louis Cardinals
PPA-RA Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
PPA-SMU Sean Murphy - Oakland Athletics
PPA-TGL Tyler Glasnow - Tampa Bay Rays
PPA-WB Walker Buehler - Los Angeles Dodgers
PPA-YM Yadier Molina - St. Louis Cardinals

 

Stars in Service Autographs Set Checklist

16 cards. Serial numbered #/10 or less.

SIS-1 Christian Yelich - Milwaukee Brewers
SIS-2 Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
SIS-3 Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
SIS-5 Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
SIS-6 Anthony Rizzo - Chicago Cubs
SIS-8 Carlos Carrasco - Cleveland Indians
SIS-9 Pete Alonso - New York Mets
SIS-11 Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
SIS-12 Yadier Molina - St. Louis Cardinals
SIS-13 Don Mattingly - New York Yankees
SIS-15 Pedro Martinez - Boston Red Sox
SIS-16 CC Sabathia - New York Yankees
SIS-19 Ken Griffey Jr. - Seattle Mariners
SIS-20 David Ortiz - Boston Red Sox
SIS-23 Mike Piazza - New York Mets
SIS-25 Edgar Martinez - Seattle Mariners

 

Topps Platinum Players Die-Cuts Autographs Checklist

16 cards. Serial numbered #/10 or less.

PDC-1 Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
PDC-3 Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
PDC-4 Pedro Martinez - Boston Red Sox
PDC-6 Johnny Bench - Cincinnati Reds
PDC-7 Nolan Ryan - Texas Rangers
PDC-9 Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
PDC-10 Frank Thomas - Chicago White Sox
PDC-11 Reggie Jackson - New York Yankees
PDC-12 Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
PDC-14 Ken Griffey Jr. - Seattle Mariners
PDC-15 Ichiro - Seattle Mariners
PDC-16 Mariano Rivera - New York Yankees
PDC-18 Mike Piazza - New York Mets
PDC-20 Wade Boggs - Boston Red Sox
PDC-21 Ozzie Smith - St. Louis Cardinals
PDC-22 Robin Yount - Milwaukee Brewers

 

World Series Champions Autographs Set Checklist

13 cards. Serial numbered #/50 or less.
PARALLEL CARDS: Red #/25, Platinum 1/1.

WCA-AB Austin Barnes - Los Angeles Dodgers
WCA-BG Brusdar Graterol - Los Angeles Dodgers
WCA-BT Blake Treinen - Los Angeles Dodgers
WCA-CB Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
WCA-CS Corey Seager - Los Angeles Dodgers
WCA-CT Chris Taylor - Los Angeles Dodgers
WCA-DM Dustin May - Los Angeles Dodgers
WCA-ER Edwin Rios - Los Angeles Dodgers
WCA-JU Julio Urias - Los Angeles Dodgers
WCA-MM Max Muncy - Los Angeles Dodgers
WCA-TG Tony Gonsolin - Los Angeles Dodgers
WCA-WB Walker Buehler - Los Angeles Dodgers
WCA-WS Will Smith - Los Angeles Dodgers

 

Cut Signatures Set Checklist

50 cards. Serial numbered 1/1.

CS-BD Bill Dickey - New York Yankees
CS-BF Bob Feller - Cleveland Indians
CS-BG Burleigh Grimes - Brooklyn Dodgers
CS-BH Billy Herman - Chicago Cubs
CS-BL Bob Lemon - Cleveland Indians
CS-BLE Buck Leonard
CS-CG Charlie Gehringer - Detroit Tigers
CS-CM Connie Mack - Philadelphia Athletics
CS-CS Casey Stengel - New York Yankees
CS-CY Cy Young - Boston Red Sox
CS-DD Don Drysdale - Los Angeles Dodgers
CS-DDE Dizzy Dean - St. Louis Cardinals
CS-DL Don Larsen - New York Yankees
CS-DS Duke Snider - Brooklyn Dodgers
CS-EA Earl Averill - Cleveland Indians
CS-EB Ernie Banks - Chicago Cubs
CS-EM Eddie Mathews - Milwaukee Braves
CS-ES Enos Slaughter - St. Louis Cardinals
CS-GH Gil Hodges - Brooklyn Dodgers
CS-GK George Kell - Detroit Tigers
CS-GKE George "High Pockets" Kelly - New York Giants
CS-HG Hank Greenberg - Detroit Tigers
CS-HW Hoyt Wilhelm - Chicago White Sox
CS-JD Joe DiMaggio - New York Yankees
CS-JH Jim "Catfish" Hunter - Oakland Athletics
CS-JM Johnny Mize - St. Louis Cardinals
CS-JR Jackie Robinson - Brooklyn Dodgers
CS-LG Lefty Grove - Philadelphia Athletics
CS-MI Monte Irvin - New York Giants
CS-MO Mel Ott - New York Giants
CS-NF Nellie Fox - Chicago White Sox
CS-PR Phil Rizzuto - New York Yankees
CS-PWR Pee Wee Reese - Brooklyn Dodgers
CS-RC Roberto Clemente - Pittsburgh Pirates
CS-RF Rick Ferrell - St. Louis Browns
CS-RH Rogers Hornsby - St. Louis Cardinals
CS-RK Ralph Kiner - Pittsburgh Pirates
CS-RM Roger Maris - New York Yankees
CS-RS Red Schoendienst - St. Louis Cardinals
CS-RSA Ron Santo - Chicago Cubs
CS-SC Stan Coveleski - Cleveland Indians
CS-SM Stan Musial - St. Louis Cardinals
CS-SP Satchel Paige - Cleveland Indians
CS-TC Ty Cobb - Detroit Tigers
CS-TG Tony Gwynn - San Diego Padres
CS-TS Tris Speaker - Boston Red Sox
CS-TW Ted Williams - Boston Red Sox
CS-WH Waite Hoyt - New York Yankees
CS-WM Willie McCovey - San Francisco Giants
CS-WS Warren Spahn - Milwaukee Braves

 

2021 Topps Series 1 Baseball Autograph Relic Checklist

 

Major League Material Autographs Set Checklist

30 cards. Serial numbered #/50 or less.
PARALLEL CARDS: Red #/5, Platinum 1/1.

MLMA-AJ Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
MLMA-BL Brandon Lowe - Tampa Bay Rays
MLMA-CS Corey Seager - Los Angeles Dodgers
MLMA-EW Evan White - Seattle Mariners
MLMA-FT Fernando Tatis Jr. - San Diego Padres
MLMA-GT Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
MLMA-JB Josh Bell - Pittsburgh Pirates
MLMA-JF Jack Flaherty - St. Louis Cardinals
MLMA-JS Juan Soto - Washington Nationals
MLMA-JSO Jorge Soler - Kansas City Royals
MLMA-KH Keston Hiura - Milwaukee Brewers
MLMA-KL Kyle Lewis - Seattle Mariners
MLMA-KS Kyle Schwarber - Chicago Cubs
MLMA-MC Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
MLMA-MK Max Kepler - Minnesota Twins
MLMA-MT Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
MLMA-NH Nico Hoerner - Chicago Cubs
MLMA-PA Pete Alonso - New York Mets
MLMA-PD Paul DeJong - St. Louis Cardinals
MLMA-RA Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
MLMA-RH Rhys Hoskins - Philadelphia Phillies
MLMA-SG Sonny Gray - Cincinnati Reds
MLMA-SM Starling Marte - Miami Marlins
MLMA-SO Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels
MLMA-VG Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - Toronto Blue Jays
MLMA-WB Walker Buehler - Los Angeles Dodgers
MLMA-WC Willson Contreras - Chicago Cubs
MLMA-XB Xander Bogaerts - Boston Red Sox
MLMA-YM Yadier Molina - St. Louis Cardinals
MLMA-YMO Yoan Moncada - Chicago White Sox

 

Postseason Performance Autograph Relics Set Checklist

24 cards. Serial numbered #/50 or less.
PARALLEL CARDS: Red #/5, Platinum 1/1.

PPAR-AJ Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
PPAR-BLO Brandon Lowe - Tampa Bay Rays
PPAR-CSE Corey Seager - Los Angeles Dodgers
PPAR-DJL DJ LeMahieu - New York Yankees
PPAR-EHO Eric Hosmer - San Diego Padres
PPAR-FFR Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
PPAR-FTJ Fernando Tatis Jr. - San Diego Padres
PPAR-GS George Springer - Houston Astros
PPAR-GT Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
PPAR-JA Jesus Aguilar - Miami Marlins
PPAR-JAL Jose Altuve - Houston Astros
PPAR-KH Kyle Hendricks - Chicago Cubs
PPAR-LCA Luis Castillo - Cincinnati Reds
PPAR-LGI Lucas Giolito - Chicago White Sox
PPAR-LV Luke Voit - New York Yankees
PPAR-MMA Manny Machado - San Diego Padres
PPAR-MMU Max Muncy - Los Angeles Dodgers
PPAR-MSE Marcus Semien - Oakland Athletics
PPAR-PG Paul Goldschmidt - St. Louis Cardinals
PPAR-RA Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
PPAR-SMU Sean Murphy - Oakland Athletics
PPAR-TGL Tyler Glasnow - Tampa Bay Rays
PPAR-WB Walker Buehler - Los Angeles Dodgers
PPAR-YM Yadier Molina - St. Louis Cardinals

 

Spring Training Cap Logo Patch Autographs Checklist

40 cards. Serial numbered #/10 or less.

STCL-MCH Matt Chapman - Oakland Athletics
STCL-BH Bryce Harper - Philadelphia Phillies
STCL-JB Josh Bell - Pittsburgh Pirates
STCL-FT Fernando Tatis Jr. - San Diego Padres
STCL-GC Gerrit Cole - New York Yankees
STCL-GT Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
STCL-CY Christian Yelich - Milwaukee Brewers
STCL-JDE Jacob deGrom - New York Mets
STCL-AJ Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
STCL-MM Manny Machado - San Diego Padres
STCL-BP Buster Posey - San Francisco Giants
STCL-VG Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - Toronto Blue Jays
STCL-JSO Juan Soto - Washington Nationals
STCL-SST Stephen Strasburg - Washington Nationals
STCL-JG Joey Gallo - Texas Rangers
STCL-BS Blake Snell - Tampa Bay Rays
STCL-KL Kyle Lewis - Seattle Mariners
STCL-PG Paul Goldschmidt - St. Louis Cardinals
STCL-YM Yadier Molina - St. Louis Cardinals
STCL-CK Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
STCL-CB Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
STCL-FF Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
STCL-JDM J.D. Marintez - Boston Red Sox
STCL-RD Rafael Devers - Boston Red Sox
STCL-RA Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
STCL-KM Ketel Marte - Arizona Diamondbacks
STCL-MT Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
STCL-SO Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels
STCL-AP Albert Pujols - Los Angeles Angels
STCL-EJ Eloy Jimenez - Chicage White Sox
STCL-KB Kris Bryant - Chicago Cubs
STCL-AB Alex Bregman - Houston Astros
STCL-YA Yordan Alvarez - Houston Astros
STCL-JSO Jorge Soler - Kansas City Royals
STCL-MC Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
STCL-TST Trevor Story - Colorado Rockies
STCL-JV Joey Votto - Cincinnati Reds
STCL-SG Sonny Gray - Cincinnati Reds
STCL-NA Nolan Arenado - Colorado Rockies
STCL-PA Pete Alonso - New York Mets

 

Topps 70th Anniversary Logo Patch Autographs Set Checklist

17 cards. Serial numbered #/10 or less. Value Box/Blaster only.

70LP-MR Mariano Rivera - New York Yankees
70LP-DJ Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
70LP-RJ Reggie Jackson - Oakland Athletics
70LP-SC Steve Carlton - Philadelphia Phillies
70LP-KG Ken Griffey Jr. - Seattle Mariners
70LP-BG Bob Gibson - St. Louis Cardinals
70LP-I Ichiro - Seattle Mariners
70LP-VG Vladimir Guerrero - Montreal Expos
70LP-CK Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
70LP-PM Pedro Martinez - Boston Red Sox
70LP-CR Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
70LP-CJ Chipper Jones - Atlanta Braves
70LP-FT Frank Thomas - Chicago White Sox
70LP-JB Johnny Bench - Cincinnati Reds
70LP-NR Nolan Ryan - Houston Astros
70LP-MC Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
70LP-MT Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels

 

Topps Reverence Autographed Patch Set Checklist

41 cards. Serial numbered #/10. Hobby/Jumbo only.
PARALLEL CARDS: Red #/5, Platinum 1/1.

RAP-AB Alex Bregman - Houston Astros
RAP-ABE Adrian Beltre - Boston Red Sox
RAP-ANB Andrew Benintendi - Boston Red Sox
RAP-AP A.J. Puk - Oakland Athletics
RAP-BH Bryce Harper - Philadelphia Phillies
RAP-CBI Cavan Biggio - Toronto Blue Jays
RAP-CS CC Sabathia - New York Yankees
RAP-CY Christian Yelich - Milwaukee Brewers
RAP-DJ Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
RAP-EH Eric Hosmer - San Diego Padres
RAP-FF Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
RAP-FTA Fernando Tatis Jr. - San Diego Padres
RAP-JA Jose Altuve - Houston Astros
RAP-JAD Jo Adell - Los Angeles Angels
RAP-JL Jesus Luzardo - Oakland Athletics
RAP-JM Jeff McNeil - New York Mets
RAP-JS Jorge Soler - Kansas City Royals
RAP-JSM John Smoltz - Atlanta Braves
RAP-KG Ken Griffey Jr. - Cincinnati Reds
RAP-KH Keston Hiura - Milwaukee Brewers
RAP-KS Kyle Schwarber - Chicago Cubs
RAP-KW Kolten Wong - St. Louis Cardinals
RAP-LC Luis Castillo - Cincinnati Reds
RAP-MK Max Kepler - Minnesota Twins
RAP-MM Max Muncy - Los Angeles Dodgers
RAP-MO Matt Olson - Oakland Athletics
RAP-MT Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
RAP-RA Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
RAP-RAL Roberto Alomar - Cleveland Indians
RAP-RH Rhys Hoskins - Philadelphia Phillies
RAP-RHE Rickey Henderson - San Diego Padres
RAP-SC Shin-Soo Choo - Texas Rangers
RAP-SR Scott Rolen - Cincinnati Reds
RAP-SS Stephen Strasburg - Washington Nationals
RAP-TG Tom Glavine - New York Mets
RAP-TGL Tom Glavine - Atlanta Braves
RAP-WB Wade Boggs - Tampa Bay Devil Rays
RAP-WC Willson Contreras - Chicago Cubs
RAP-WM Whit Merrifield - Kansas City Royals
RAP-XB Xander Bogaerts - Boston Red Sox
RAP-YA Yordan Alvarez - Houston Astros

 

World Series Champion Autograph Relics Checklist

10 cards. Serial numbered #/50 or less.
PARALLEL CARDS: Red #/5, Platinum 1/1.

WCAR-BG Brusdar Graterol - Los Angeles Dodgers
WCAR-CB Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
WCAR-CS Corey Seager - Los Angeles Dodgers
WCAR-CT Chris Taylor - Los Angeles Dodgers
WCAR-DM Dustin May - Los Angeles Dodgers
WCAR-JU Julio Urias - Los Angeles Dodgers
WCAR-MM Max Muncy - Los Angeles Dodgers
WCAR-TG Tony Gonsolin - Los Angeles Dodgers
WCAR-WB Walker Buehler - Los Angeles Dodgers
WCAR-WS Will Smith - Los Angeles Dodgers

 

2021 Topps Series 1 Baseball Relic / Sketch / Buyback Checklist

 

1986 Topps Baseball Relics Set Checklist

53 cards.
PARALLEL CARDS: Black #/199, Gold #/50, Red #/25, Platinum 1/1 (Hobby/Jumbo).

86R-AB Alex Bregman - Houston Astros
86R-AJ Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
86R-AN Aaron Nola - Philadelphia Phillies
86R-BB Bo Bichette - Toronto Blue Jays
86R-BL Brandon Lowe - Tampa Bay Rays
86R-BP Buster Posey - San Francisco Giants
86R-BS Blake Snell - Tampa Bay Rays
86R-CC Carlos Correa - Houston Astros
86R-CR Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
86R-CS Corey Seager - Los Angeles Dodgers
86R-DJ Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
86R-DM Don Mattingly - New York Yankees
86R-FL Francisco Lindor - Cleveland Indians
86R-FT Fernando Tatis Jr. - San Diego Padres
86R-GT Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
86R-JA Jose Altuve - Houston Astros
86R-JB Javier Baez - Chicago Cubs
86R-JBE Josh Bell - Pittsburgh Pirates
86R-JF Jack Flaherty - St. Louis Cardinals
86R-JL Jesus Luzardo - Oakland Athletics
86R-JS Jorge Soler - Kansas City Royals
86R-JSO Juan Soto - Washington Nationals
86R-JV Joey Votto - Cincinnati Reds
86R-KB Kris Bryant - Chicago Cubs
86R-KG Ken Griffey Jr. - Seattle Mariners
86R-KH Keston Hiura - Milwaukee Brewers
86R-KL Kyle Lewis - Seattle Mariners
86R-LR Luis Robert - Chicago White Sox
86R-MB Mookie Betts - Los Angeles Dodgers
86R-MC Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
86R-MM Mark McGwire - Oakland Athletics
86R-MO Matt Olson - Oakland Athletics
86R-MS Miguel Sano - Minnesota Twins
86R-MT Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
86R-NA Nolan Arenado - Colorado Rockies
86R-NR Nolan Ryan - Houston Astros
86R-OA Ozzie Albies - Atlanta Braves
86R-PA Pete Alonso - New York Mets
86R-PD Paul DeJong - St. Louis Cardinals
86R-RA Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
86R-RD Rafael Devers - Boston Red Sox
86R-RH Rhys Hoskins - Philadelphia Phillies
86R-SA Shogo Akiyama - Cincinnati Reds
86R-SO Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels
86R-TG Tony Gwynn - San Diego Padres
86R-TS Trevor Story - Colorado Rockies
86R-VG Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - Toronto Blue Jays
86R-VR Victor Robles - Washington Nationals
86R-WB Walker Buehler - Los Angeles Dodgers
86R-WC Willson Contreras - Chicago Cubs
86R-XB Xander Bogaerts - Boston Red Sox
86R-YM Yoan Moncada - Chicago White Sox
86R-YMO Yadier Molina - St. Louis Cardinals

 

Iconic Card Manufactured Patches Set Checklist

50 cards. Hobby/Jumbo only.

ICP-AJ Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
ICP-AP Albert Pujols - St. Louis Cardinals
ICP-BG Bob Gibson - St. Louis Cardinals
ICP-BH Bryce Harper - Washington Nationals
ICP-BJ Bo Jackson - Kansas City Royals
ICP-BL Barry Larkin - Cincinnati Reds
ICP-BP Buster Posey - San Francisco Giants
ICP-BR Brooks Robinson - Baltimore Orioles
ICP-CB Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
ICP-CJ Chipper Jones - Atlanta Braves
ICP-CK Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
ICP-CR Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
ICP-CY Christian Yelich - Miami Marlins
ICP-DG Dwight Gooden - New York Mets
ICP-DJ Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
ICP-DM Don Mattingly - New York Yankees
ICP-DS Darryl Strawberry - New York Mets
ICP-EB Ernie Banks - Chicago Cubs
ICP-EM Eddie Murray - Baltimore Orioles
ICP-FT Frank Thomas - Chicago White Sox
ICP-FTJ Fernando Tatis Jr. - San Diego Padres
ICP-GB George Brett - Kansas City Royals
ICP-HA Hank Aaron - Milwaukee Braves
ICP-I Ichiro - Seattle Mariners
ICP-JB Johnny Bench - Cincinnati Reds
ICP-JC Jose Canseco - Oakland Athletics
ICP-JP Jim Palmer - Baltimore Orioles
ICP-JR Jackie Robinson - Brooklyn Dodgers
ICP-JV Justin Verlander - Detroit Tigers
ICP-KB Kris Bryant - Chicago Cubs
ICP-KG Ken Griffey Jr. - Seattle Mariners
ICP-MM Mark McGwire - Oakland Athletics
ICP-MT Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
ICP-NR Nolan Ryan - New York Mets
ICP-OS Ozzie Smith - San Diego Padres
ICP-PA Pete Alonso - New York Mets
ICP-RA Ronald Acuña Jr - Atlanta Braves
ICP-RC Roberto Clemente - Pittsburgh Pirates
ICP-RH Rickey Henderson - Oakland Athletics
ICP-RJ Reggie Jackson - Oakland Athletics
ICP-SO Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels
ICP-SS Stephen Strasberg - Washington Nationals
ICP-TG Tony Gwynn - San Diego Padres
ICP-TM Thurman Munson - New York Yankees
ICP-TS Tom Seaver - New York Mets
ICP-TW Ted Williams - Boston Red Sox
ICP-WB Wade Boggs - Boston Red Sox
ICP-WM Willie Mays - New York Giants
ICP-YA Yordan Alvarez - Houston Astros
ICP-YMO Yadier Molina - St. Louis Cardinals

 

In the Name Relics Set Checklist

70 cards. Serial numbered 1/1.

ITN-AA Albert Almora Jr. - Chicago Cubs
ITN-AAQ Aristides Aquino - Cincinnati Reds
ITN-AB Alex Bregman - Houston Astros
ITN-AM Austin Meadows - Tampa Bay Rays
ITN-AN Aaron Nola - Philadelphia Phillies
ITN-AP A.J. Puk - Oakland Athletics
ITN-AR Austin Riley - Atlanta Braves
ITN-ARI Anthony Rizzo - Chicago Cubs
ITN-BL Brandon Lowe - Tampa Bay Rays
ITN-CA Chris Archer - Pittsburgh Pirates
ITN-CB Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
ITN-CBI Cavan Biggio - Toronto Blue Jays
ITN-CC Carlos Carrasco - Cleveland Indians
ITN-CP Chris Paddack - San Diego Padres
ITN-CS Carlos Santana - Cleveland Indians
ITN-CY Christian Yelich - Milwaukee Brewers
ITN-DD Danny Duffy - Kansas City Royals
ITN-DG Dee Strange-Gordon - Seattle Mariners
ITN-DO David Ortiz - Boston Red Sox
ITN-EE Eduardo Escobar - Arizona Diamondbacks
ITN-EJ Eloy Jimenez - Chicago White Sox
ITN-FF Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
ITN-FT Fernando Tatis Jr. - San Diego Padres
ITN-GS George Springer - Houston Astros
ITN-IH Ian Happ - Chicago Cubs
ITN-JA Jose Abreu - Chicago White Sox
ITN-JAL Jose Altuve - Houston Astros
ITN-JB Jose Berrios - Minnesota Twins
ITN-JBE Josh Bell - Pittsburgh Pirates
ITN-JC Johnny Cueto - San Francisco Giants
ITN-JG Joey Gallo - Texas Rangers
ITN-JM Jeff McNeil - New York Mets
ITN-JR J.T. Realmuto - Philadelphia Phillies
ITN-JS Jorge Soler - Kansas City Royals
ITN-JV Joey Votto - Cincinnati Reds
ITN-KF Kyle Freeland - Colorado Rockies
ITN-KH Keston Hiura - Milwaukee Brewers
ITN-KW Kolten Wong - St. Louis Cardinals
ITN-MB Michael Brantley - Houston Astros
ITN-MC Michael Chavis - Boston Red Sox
ITN-MCH Matt Chapman - Oakland Athletics
ITN-MCO Michael Conforto - New York Mets
ITN-MG Mitch Garver - Minnesota Twins
ITN-MK Max Kepler - Minnesota Twins
ITN-MM Max Muncy - Los Angeles Dodgers
ITN-MO Matt Olson - Oakland Athletics
ITN-MS Mike Soroka - Atlanta Braves
ITN-MSC Max Scherzer - Washington Nationals
ITN-MT Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
ITN-NA Nolan Arenado - Colorado Rockies
ITN-NS Nick Senzel - Cincinnati Reds
ITN-NSY Noah Syndergaard - New York Mets
ITN-OA Ozzie Albies - Atlanta Braves
ITN-PD Paul DeJong - St. Louis Cardinals
ITN-RA Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
ITN-RD Rafael Devers - Boston Red Sox
ITN-SD Sean Doolittle - Washington Nationals
ITN-SG Sonny Gray - Cincinnati Reds
ITN-SM Sean Murphy - Oakland Athletics
ITN-SS Shin-Soo Choo - Texas Rangers
ITN-SST Stephen Strasburg - Washington Nationals
ITN-TM Trey Mancini - Baltimore Orioles
ITN-TS Trevor Story - Colorado Rockies
ITN-TT Trea Turner - Washington Nationals
ITN-WM Whit Merrifield - Kansas City Royals
ITN-XB Xander Bogaerts - Boston Red Sox
ITN-YA Yordan Alvarez - Houston Astros
ITN-YG Yuli Gurriel - Houston Astros
ITN-YM Yadier Molina - St. Louis Cardinals
ITN-ZG Zac Gallen - Arizona Diamondbacks

 

Major League Material Relics Set Checklist

42 cards.
PARALLEL CARDS: Black #/199, Gold #/50, Red #/25, Platinum 1/1 (Hobby/Jumbo).

MLM-AB Alex Bregman - Houston Astros
MLM-AJ Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
MLM-AN Aaron Nola - Philadelphia Phillies
MLM-AR Amed Rosario - New York Mets
MLM-BB Bo Bichette - Toronto Blue Jays
MLM-BL Brandon Lowe - Tampa Bay Rays
MLM-BS Blake Snell - Tampa Bay Rays
MLM-CC Carlos Correa - Houston Astros
MLM-CM Casey Mize - Detroit Tigers
MLM-CS Corey Seager - Los Angeles Dodgers
MLM-DS Dansby Swanson - Atlanta Braves
MLM-EW Evan White - Seattle Mariners
MLM-FT Fernando Tatis Jr. - San Diego Padres
MLM-GT Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
MLM-JAL Jose Altuve - Houston Astros
MLM-JB Javier Báez - Chicago Cubs
MLM-JBE Josh Bell - Pittsburgh Pirates
MLM-JF Jack Flaherty - St. Louis Cardinals
MLM-JL Jesus Luzardo - Oakland Athletics
MLM-JS Juan Soto - Washington Nationals
MLM-KB Kris Bryant - Chicago Cubs
MLM-KH Keston Hiura - Milwaukee Brewers
MLM-KL Kyle Lewis - Seattle Mariners
MLM-LR Luis Robert - Chicago White Sox
MLM-MC Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
MLM-MO Matt Olson - Oakland Athletics
MLM-MS Miguel Sano - Minnesota Twins
MLM-MT Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
MLM-NA Nolan Arenado - Colorado Rockies
MLM-OA Ozzie Albies - Atlanta Braves
MLM-PA Pete Alonso - New York Mets
MLM-PD Paul DeJong - St. Louis Cardinals
MLM-RA Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
MLM-RD Rafael Devers - Boston Red Sox
MLM-RH Rhys Hoskins - Philadelphia Phillies
MLM-SA Shogo Akiyama - Cincinnati Reds
MLM-TS Trevor Story - Colorado Rockies
MLM-VG Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - Toronto Blue Jays
MLM-WB Walker Buehler - Los Angeles Dodgers
MLM-WC Willson Contreras - Chicago Cubs
MLM-XB Xander Bogaerts - Boston Red Sox
MLM-YM Yoan Moncada - Chicago White Sox

 

Postseason Performance Relics Set Checklist

30 cards. Serial numbered #/99.
PARALLEL CARDS: Red #/25, Platinum 1/1.

PPR-AB Alex Bregman - Houston Astros
PPR-AJ Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
PPR-BL Brandon Lowe - Tampa Bay Rays
PPR-BS Blake Snell - Tampa Bay Rays
PPR-CB Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
PPR-CK Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
PPR-CS Corey Seager - Los Angeles Dodgers
PPR-DL DJ LeMahieu - New York Yankees
PPR-EH Eric Hosmer - San Diego Padres
PPR-FF Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
PPR-FT Fernando Tatis Jr. - San Diego Padres
PPR-GS George Springer - Houston Astros
PPR-GT Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
PPR-IA Ian Anderson - Atlanta Braves
PPR-JA Jose Altuve - Houston Astros
PPR-LG Lucas Giolito - Chicago White Sox
PPR-LV Luke Voit - New York Yankees
PPR-MF Max Fried - Atlanta Braves
PPR-MM Manny Machado - San Diego Padres
PPR-MMU Max Muncy - Los Angeles Dodgers
PPR-MO Matt Olson - Oakland Athletics
PPR-MS Marcus Semien - Oakland Athletics
PPR-OA Ozzie Albies - Atlanta Braves
PPR-PG Paul Goldschmidt - St. Louis Cardinals
PPR-RA Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
PPR-SM Sean Murphy - Oakland Athletics
PPR-TB Trevor Bauer - Cincinnati Reds
PPR-TG Tyler Glasnow - Tampa Bay Rays
PPR-WB Walker Buehler - Los Angeles Dodgers
PPR-YM Yadier Molina - St. Louis Cardinals

 

Spring Training Cap Logo Patch Manufactured Checklist

50 cards. Hobby/Jumbo only.
PARALLEL CARDS: Blue, Black #/299, Platinum Anniversary #/70, Red #/10, Gold 1/1.

STCL-AB Alex Bregman - Houston Astros
STCL-ABO Alec Bohm - Philadelphia Phillies
STCL-AJ Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
STCL-BB Bo Bichette - Toronto Blue Jays
STCL-BDA Bobby Dalbec - Boston Red Sox
STCL-BH Bryce Harper - Philadelphia Phillies
STCL-BP Buster Posey - San Francisco Giants
STCL-BS Blake Snell - Tampa Bay Rays
STCL-BSI Brady Singer - Kansas City Royals
STCL-CB Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
STCL-CK Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
STCL-CMI Casey Mize - Detroit Tigers
STCL-CY Christian Yelich - Milwaukee Brewers
STCL-EJ Eloy Jimenez - Chicago White Sox
STCL-FF Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
STCL-FL Francisco Lindor - Cleveland Indians
STCL-FT Fernando Tatis Jr. - San Diego Padres
STCL-GC Gerrit Cole - New York Yankees
STCL-GT Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
STCL-JAD Jo Adell - Los Angeles Angels
STCL-JB Javier Baez - Chicago Cubs
STCL-JBA Joey Bart - San Francisco Giants
STCL-JD Josh Donaldson - Minnesota Twins
STCL-JDE Jacob deGrom - New York Mets
STCL-JG Joey Gallo - Texas Rangers
STCL-JSO Juan Soto - Washington Nationals
STCL-JV Joey Votto - Cincinnati Reds
STCL-JVE Justin Verlander - Houston Astros
STCL-KB Kris Bryant - Chicago Cubs
STCL-KBH Ke'Bryan Hayes - Pittsburgh Pirates
STCL-KL Kyle Lewis - Seattle Mariners
STCL-KM Ketel Marte - Arizona Diamondbacks
STCL-LR Luis Robert - Chicago White Sox
STCL-MB Mookie Betts - Los Angeles Dodgers
STCL-MC Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
STCL-MCH Matt Chapman - Oakland Athletics
STCL-MM Manny Machado - San Diego Padres
STCL-MS Max Scherzer - Washington Nationals
STCL-MT Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
STCL-NA Nolan Arenado - Colorado Rockies
STCL-PA Pete Alonso - New York Mets
STCL-PG Paul Goldschmidt - St. Louis Cardinals
STCL-RA Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
STCL-RD Rafael Devers - Boston Red Sox
STCL-RMO Ryan Mountcastle - Baltimore Orioles
STCL-SBI Shane Bieber - Cleveland Indians
STCL-SO Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels
STCL-SSA Sixto Sanchez - Miami Marlins
STCL-VG Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - Toronto Blue Jays
STCL-YM Yadier Molina - St. Louis Cardinals

 

Topps 70th Anniversary Logo Patch Manufactured Checklist

25 cards. 1 per Value Box/Blaster. Continuation.
PARALLEL CARDS: Blue, Black #/299, Platinum Anniversary #/70, Red #/10, Gold 1/1.

70LP-BG Bob Gibson - St. Louis Cardinals
70LP-CJ Chipper Jones - Atlanta Braves
70LP-CK Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
70LP-CR Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
70LP-DJ Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
70LP-EB Ernie Banks - Chicago Cubs
70LP-EM Eddie Mathews - Milwaukee Braves
70LP-FT Frank Thomas - Chicago White Sox
70LP-GB George Brett - Kansas City Royals
70LP-HA Hank Aaron - Atlanta Braves
70LP-I Ichiro - Seattle Mariners
70LP-JB Johnny Bench - Cincinnati Reds
70LP-JM Joe Morgan - Cincinnati Reds
70LP-JR Jackie Robinson - Brooklyn Dodgers
70LP-KG Ken Griffey Jr. - Seattle Mariners
70LP-MC Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
70LP-MR Mariano Rivera - New York Yankees
70LP-MT Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
70LP-NR Nolan Ryan - Houston Astros
70LP-PM Pedro Martinez - Boston Red Sox
70LP-RJ Reggie Jackson - Oakland Athletics
70LP-SC Steve Carlton - Philadelphia Phillies
70LP-TS Tom Seaver - New York Mets
70LP-VG Vladimir Guerrero - Montréal Expos
70LP-WM Willie Mays - San Francisco Giants

 

World Series Champion Relics Set Checklist

15 cards. Serial numbered #/99.
PARALLEL CARDS: Red #/25, Platinum 1/1.

WCR-AP A.J. Pollock - Los Angeles Dodgers
WCR-BG Brusdar Graterol - Los Angeles Dodgers
WCR-CB Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
WCR-CK Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
WCR-CS Corey Seager - Los Angeles Dodgers
WCR-CT Chris Taylor - Los Angeles Dodgers
WCR-DM Dustin May - Los Angeles Dodgers
WCR-JP Joc Pederson - Los Angeles Dodgers
WCR-JU Julio Urias - Los Angeles Dodgers
WCR-KJ Kenley Jansen - Los Angeles Dodgers
WCR-MB Mookie Betts - Los Angeles Dodgers
WCR-MM Max Muncy - Los Angeles Dodgers
WCR-TG Tony Gonsolin - Los Angeles Dodgers
WCR-WB Walker Buehler - Los Angeles Dodgers
WCR-WS Will Smith - Los Angeles Dodgers

 

Sketch Cards Set Checklist

Sketch Cards
Shaped Sketch Cards - Hobby/Jumbo

 

History of Topps Baseball Buybacks Checklist

70 encased cards. Serial numbered 1/1.

 

2021 Topps Series 1 Baseball Insert Checklist

 

70 Years of Topps Baseball Set Checklist

70 cards.

70YT-1 Mookie Betts - Los Angeles Dodgers
70YT-2 Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
70YT-3 Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
70YT-4 Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
70YT-5 Andrew McCutchen - Philadelphia Phillies
70YT-6 Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
70YT-7 Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
70YT-8 Paul Goldschmidt - St. Louis Cardinals
70YT-9 Yadier Molina - St. Louis Cardinals
70YT-10 Buster Posey - San Francisco Giants
70YT-11 Anthony Rizzo - Chicago Cubs
70YT-12 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
70YT-13 Bryce Harper - Philadelphia Phillies
70YT-14 Will Clark - San Francisco Giants
70YT-15 Johnny Bench - Cincinnati Reds
70YT-16 Gerrit Cole - New York Yankees
70YT-17 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
70YT-18 Pete Alonso - New York Mets
70YT-19 Mark McGwire - Oakland Athletics
70YT-20 Rickey Henderson - Oakland Athletics
70YT-21 Mike Piazza - New York Mets
70YT-22 Robin Yount - Milwaukee Brewers
70YT-23 Jacob deGrom - New York Mets
70YT-24 Tony Gwynn - San Diego Padres
70YT-25 Christian Yelich - Milwaukee Brewers
70YT-26 Francisco Lindor - Cleveland Indians
70YT-27 Ken Griffey Jr. - Seattle Mariners
70YT-28 Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels
70YT-29 Fernando Tatis Jr. - San Diego Padres
70YT-30 Justin Verlander - Houston Astros
70YT-31 Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
70YT-32 Frank Robinson - Baltimore Orioles
70YT-33 Javier Baez - Chicago Cubs
70YT-34 Bo Bichette - Toronto Blue Jays
70YT-35 Chipper Jones - Atlanta Braves
70YT-36 Vladimir Guerrero - Montréal Expos
70YT-37 Willie Mays - San Francisco Giants
70YT-38 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - Toronto Blue Jays
70YT-39 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
70YT-40 Kris Bryant - Chicago Cubs
70YT-41 Luis Robert - Chicago White Sox
70YT-42 Alex Bregman - Houston Astros
70YT-43 Mariano Rivera - New York Yankees
70YT-44 Jackie Robinson - Brooklyn Dodgers
70YT-45 Ichiro - Seattle Mariners
70YT-46 Albert Pujols - Los Angeles Angels
70YT-47 Joey Votto - Cincinnati Reds
70YT-48 Jose Altuve - Houston Astros
70YT-49 Blake Snell - Tampa Bay Rays
70YT-50 Ryne Sandberg - Chicago Cubs
70YT-51 Bob Gibson - St. Louis Cardinals
70YT-52 Nolan Arenado - Colorado Rockies
70YT-53 Rafael Devers - Boston Red Sox
70YT-54 Don Mattingly - New York Yankees
70YT-55 Stephen Strasburg - Washington Nationals
70YT-56 George Brett - Kansas City Royals
70YT-57 Ozzie Smith - St. Louis Cardinals
70YT-58 Al Kaline - Detroit Tigers
70YT-59 Mike Schmidt - Philadelphia Phillies
70YT-60 Juan Soto - Washington Nationals
70YT-61 Reggie Jackson - New York Yankees
70YT-62 Matt Chapman - Oakland Athletics
70YT-63 Roberto Clemente - Pittsburgh Pirates
70YT-64 Roger Clemens - Boston Red Sox
70YT-65 Ernie Banks - Chicago Cubs
70YT-66 Frank Thomas - Chicago White Sox
70YT-67 Nolan Ryan - Texas Rangers
70YT-68 Randy Johnson - Arizona Diamondbacks
70YT-69 Brooks Robinson - Baltimore Orioles
70YT-70 Hank Aaron - Atlanta Braves

 

Chrome 70 Years of Topps Baseball Set Checklist

70 cards. Retail Tin only.
REFRACTOR PARALLELS: Superfractor 1/1.

70YTC-1 Mookie Betts - Los Angeles Dodgers
70YTC-2 Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
70YTC-3 Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
70YTC-4 Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
70YTC-5 Andrew McCutchen - Philadelphia Phillies
70YTC-6 Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
70YTC-7 Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
70YTC-8 Paul Goldschmidt - St. Louis Cardinals
70YTC-9 Yadier Molina - St. Louis Cardinals
70YTC-10 Buster Posey - San Francisco Giants
70YTC-11 Anthony Rizzo - Chicago Cubs
70YTC-12 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
70YTC-13 Bryce Harper - Philadelphia Phillies
70YTC-14 Will Clark - San Francisco Giants
70YTC-15 Johnny Bench - Cincinnati Reds
70YTC-16 Gerrit Cole - New York Yankees
70YTC-17 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
70YTC-18 Pete Alonso - New York Mets
70YTC-19 Mark McGwire - Oakland Athletics
70YTC-20 Rickey Henderson - Oakland Athletics
70YTC-21 Mike Piazza - New York Mets
70YTC-22 Robin Yount - Milwaukee Brewers
70YTC-23 Jacob deGrom - New York Mets
70YTC-24 Tony Gwynn - San Diego Padres
70YTC-25 Christian Yelich - Milwaukee Brewers
70YTC-26 Francisco Lindor - Cleveland Indians
70YTC-27 Ken Griffey Jr. - Seattle Mariners
70YTC-28 Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels
70YTC-29 Fernando Tatis Jr. - San Diego Padres
70YTC-30 Justin Verlander - Houston Astros
70YTC-31 Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
70YTC-32 Frank Robinson - Baltimore Orioles
70YTC-33 Javier Baez - Chicago Cubs
70YTC-34 Bo Bichette - Toronto Blue Jays
70YTC-35 Chipper Jones - Atlanta Braves
70YTC-36 Vladimir Guerrero - Montreal Expos
70YTC-37 Willie Mays - San Francisco Giants
70YTC-38 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - Toronto Blue Jays
70YTC-39 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
70YTC-40 Kris Bryant - Chicago Cubs
70YTC-41 Luis Robert - Chicago White Sox
70YTC-42 Alex Bregman - Houston Astros
70YTC-43 Mariano Rivera - New York Yankees
70YTC-44 Jackie Robinson - Brooklyn Dodgers
70YTC-45 Ichiro - Seattle Mariners
70YTC-46 Albert Pujols - Los Angeles Angels
70YTC-47 Joey Votto - Cincinnati Reds
70YTC-48 Jose Altuve - Houston Astros
70YTC-49 Blake Snell - Tampa Bay Rays
70YTC-50 Ryne Sandberg - Chicago Cubs
70YTC-51 Bob Gibson - St. Louis Cardinals
70YTC-52 Nolan Arenado - Colorado Rockies
70YTC-53 Rafael Devers - Boston Red Sox
70YTC-54 Don Mattingly - New York Yankees
70YTC-55 Stephen Strasburg - Washington Nationals
70YTC-56 George Brett - Kansas City Royals
70YTC-57 Ozzie Smith - St. Louis Cardinals
70YTC-58 Al Kaline - Detroit Tigers
70YTC-59 Mike Schmidt - Philadelphia Phillies
70YTC-60 Juan Soto - Washington Nationals
70YTC-61 Reggie Jackson - New York Yankees
70YTC-62 Matt Chapman - Oakland Athletics
70YTC-63 Roberto Clemente - Pittsburgh Pirates
70YTC-64 Roger Clemens - Boston Red Sox
70YTC-65 Ernie Banks - Chicago Cubs
70YTC-66 Frank Thomas - Chicago White Sox
70YTC-67 Nolan Ryan - Texas Rangers
70YTC-68 Randy Johnson - Arizona Diamondbacks
70YTC-69 Brooks Robinson - Baltimore Orioles
70YTC-70 Hank Aaron - Atlanta Braves

 

1952 Topps Redux Set Checklist

50 cards. 1 per pack. Retail only.

T52-1 Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
T52-2 Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
T52-3 Yordan Alvarez - Houston Astros
T52-4 Javier Baez - Chicago Cubs
T52-5 Josh Donaldson - Minnesota Twins
T52-6 Mookie Betts - Los Angeles Dodgers
T52-7 Casey Mize - Detroit Tigers
T52-8 Buster Posey - San Francisco Giants
T52-9 Juan Soto - Washington Nationals
T52-10 Francisco Lindor - Cleveland Indians
T52-11 Alex Bregman - Houston Astros
T52-12 J.D. Martinez - Boston Red Sox
T52-13 Max Scherzer - Washington Nationals
T52-14 Alec Bohm - Philadelphia Phillies
T52-15 Jacob deGrom - New York Mets
T52-16 Justin Verlander - Houston Astros
T52-17 Evan White - Seattle Mariners
T52-18 Nate Pearson - Toronto Blue Jays
T52-19 Luis Robert - Chicago White Sox
T52-20 Pete Alonso - New York Mets
T52-21 Bryce Harper - Philadelphia Phillies
T52-22 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
T52-23 Josh Bell - Pittsburgh Pirates
T52-24 Manny Machado - San Diego Padres
T52-25 Gerrit Cole - New York Yankees
T52-26 Jo Adell - Los Angeles Angels
T52-27 Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
T52-28 Bo Bichette - Toronto Blue Jays
T52-29 Rafael Devers - Boston Red Sox
T52-30 Yadier Molina - St. Louis Cardinals
T52-31 Paul Goldschmidt - St. Louis Cardinals
T52-32 Fernando Tatis Jr. - San Diego Padres
T52-33 Dylan Carlson - St. Louis Cardinals
T52-34 Albert Pujols - Los Angeles Angels
T52-35 Nolan Arenado - Colorado Rockies
T52-36 Blake Snell - Tampa Bay Rays
T52-37 Eloy Jimenez - Chicago White Sox
T52-38 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
T52-39 Kris Bryant - Chicago Cubs
T52-40 Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
T52-41 Stephen Strasburg - Washington Nationals
T52-42 Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
T52-43 Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels
T52-44 Matt Chapman - Oakland Athletics
T52-45 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
T52-46 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - Toronto Blue Jays
T52-47 Sonny Gray - Cincinnati Reds
T52-48 Joey Votto - Cincinnati Reds
T52-49 Joey Bart - San Francisco Giants
T52-50 Christian Yelich - Milwaukee Brewers

 

Chrome 1952 Topps Redux Set Checklist

50 cards. Retail only.
REFRACTOR PARALLELS: Red #/70, Black #/25, SuperFractor 1/1.

TC52-1 Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
TC52-2 Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
TC52-3 Yordan Alvarez - Houston Astros
TC52-4 Javier Baez - Chicago Cubs
TC52-5 Josh Donaldson - Minnesota Twins
TC52-6 Mookie Betts - Los Angeles Dodgers
TC52-7 Casey Mize - Detroit Tigers
TC52-8 Buster Posey - San Francisco Giants
TC52-9 Juan Soto - Washington Nationals
TC52-10 Francisco Lindor - Cleveland Indians
TC52-11 Alex Bregman - Houston Astros
TC52-12 J.D. Martinez - Boston Red Sox
TC52-13 Max Scherzer - Washington Nationals
TC52-14 Alec Bohm - Philadelphia Phillies
TC52-15 Jacob deGrom - New York Mets
TC52-16 Justin Verlander - Houston Astros
TC52-17 Evan White - Seattle Mariners
TC52-18 Nate Pearson - Toronto Blue Jays
TC52-19 Luis Robert - Chicago White Sox
TC52-20 Pete Alonso - New York Mets
TC52-21 Bryce Harper - Philadelphia Phillies
TC52-22 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TC52-23 Josh Bell - Pittsburgh Pirates
TC52-24 Manny Machado - San Diego Padres
TC52-25 Gerrit Cole - New York Yankees
TC52-26 Jo Adell - Los Angeles Angels
TC52-27 Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
TC52-28 Bo Bichette - Toronto Blue Jays
TC52-29 Rafael Devers - Boston Red Sox
TC52-30 Yadier Molina - St. Louis Cardinals
TC52-31 Paul Goldschmidt - St. Louis Cardinals
TC52-32 Fernando Tatis Jr. - San Diego Padres
TC52-33 Dylan Carlson - St. Louis Cardinals
TC52-34 Albert Pujols - Los Angeles Angels
TC52-35 Nolan Arenado - Colorado Rockies
TC52-36 Blake Snell - Tampa Bay Rays
TC52-37 Eloy Jimenez - Chicago White Sox
TC52-38 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
TC52-39 Kris Bryant - Chicago Cubs
TC52-40 Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
TC52-41 Stephen Strasburg - Washington Nationals
TC52-42 Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
TC52-43 Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels
TC52-44 Matt Chapman - Oakland Athletics
TC52-45 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
TC52-46 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - Toronto Blue Jays
TC52-47 Sonny Gray - Cincinnati Reds
TC52-48 Joey Votto - Cincinnati Reds
TC52-49 Joey Bart - San Francisco Giants
TC52-50 Christian Yelich - Milwaukee Brewers

 

1986 Topps Baseball 35th Anniversary Set Checklist

100 cards.
PARALLEL CARDS: Blue, Green (Target Cello), Black #/299, Platinum Anniversary #/70, Red #/10, Gold 1/1.

86B-1 Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
86B-2 Willie Mays - San Francisco Giants
86B-3 Brady Singer - Kansas City Royals
86B-4 Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
86B-5 Gerrit Cole - New York Yankees
86B-6 Austin Meadows - Tampa Bay Rays
86B-7 Hank Aaron - Atlanta Braves
86B-8 Ryan Mountcastle - Baltimore Orioles
86B-9 Blake Snell - Tampa Bay Rays
86B-10 Joey Gallo - Texas Rangers
86B-11 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
86B-12 Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
86B-13 Mookie Betts - Los Angeles Dodgers
86B-14 Joey Bart - San Francisco Giants
86B-15 Ryne Sandberg - Chicago Cubs
86B-16 David Ortiz - Boston Red Sox
86B-17 Christian Yelich - Milwaukee Brewers
86B-18 Walker Buehler - Los Angeles Dodgers
86B-19 Yadier Molina - St. Louis Cardinals
86B-20 Bryce Harper - Philadelphia Phillies
86B-21 Josh Bell - Pittsburgh Pirates
86B-22 Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels
86B-23 Eddie Murray - Baltimore Orioles
86B-24 Jose Altuve - Houston Astros
86B-25 Greg Maddux - Chicago Cubs
86B-26 Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
86B-27 Josh Donaldson - Minnesota Twins
86B-28 Xander Bogaerts - Boston Red Sox
86B-29 Trevor Story - Colorado Rockies
86B-30 Alex Bregman - Houston Astros
86B-31 Keston Hiura - Milwaukee Brewers
86B-32 Andrew McCutchen - Philadelphia Phillies
86B-33 Anthony Rendon - Los Angeles Angels
86B-34 Nolan Ryan - Texas Rangers
86B-35 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - Toronto Blue Jays
86B-36 Javier Baez - Chicago Cubs
86B-37 Shane Bieber - Cleveland Indians
86B-38 Jesus Luzardo - Oakland Athletics
86B-39 Tyler Stephenson - Cincinnati Reds
86B-40 Roger Clemens - Boston Red Sox
86B-41 Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
86B-42 Starling Marte - Miami Marlins
86B-43 Alec Bohm - Philadelphia Phillies
86B-44 Kris Bryant - Chicago Cubs
86B-45 Whit Merrifield - Kansas City Royals
86B-46 Andres Gimenez - New York Mets
86B-47 Don Mattingly - New York Yankees
86B-48 George Brett - Kansas City Royals
86B-49 Johnny Bench - Cincinnati Reds
86B-50 Frank Thomas - Chicago White Sox
86B-51 Will Clark - San Francisco Giants
86B-52 Eloy Jimenez - Chicago White Sox
86B-53 Justin Verlander - Houston Astros
86B-54 Randy Johnson - Arizona Diamondbacks
86B-55 Bo Bichette - Toronto Blue Jays
86B-56 Brooks Robinson - Baltimore Orioles
86B-57 Nolan Arenado - Colorado Rockies
86B-58 Buster Posey - San Francisco Giants
86B-59 Rafael Devers - Boston Red Sox
86B-60 Ken Griffey Jr. - Seattle Mariners
86B-61 Roberto Clemente - Pittsburgh Pirates
86B-62 Jacob deGrom - New York Mets
86B-63 Mike Clevinger - San Diego Padres
86B-64 Chipper Jones - Atlanta Braves
86B-65 Pete Alonso - New York Mets
86B-66 Francisco Lindor - Cleveland Indians
86B-67 Kirby Puckett - Minnesota Twins
86B-68 Vladimir Guerrero - Montréal Expos
86B-69 Nate Pearson - Toronto Blue Jays
86B-70 Cristian Javier - Houston Astros
86B-71 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
86B-72 Sonny Gray - Cincinnati Reds
86B-73 Jack Flaherty - St. Louis Cardinals
86B-74 Matt Chapman - Oakland Athletics
86B-75 Luis Robert - Chicago White Sox
86B-76 Mark McGwire - Oakland Athletics
86B-77 Tony Gwynn - San Diego Padres
86B-78 Ichiro - Seattle Mariners
86B-79 Barry Larkin - Cincinnati Reds
86B-80 Rickey Henderson - Oakland Athletics
86B-81 Joey Votto - Cincinnati Reds
86B-82 Evan White - Seattle Mariners
86B-83 Dylan Carlson - St. Louis Cardinals
86B-84 Stephen Strasburg - Washington Nationals
86B-85 Casey Mize - Detroit Tigers
86B-86 Kyle Lewis - Seattle Mariners
86B-87 Mike Piazza - New York Mets
86B-88 Jackie Robinson - Brooklyn Dodgers
86B-89 Ketel Marte - Arizona Diamondbacks
86B-90 Jo Adell - Los Angeles Angels
86B-91 Anthony Rizzo - Chicago Cubs
86B-92 Giancarlo Stanton - New York Yankees
86B-93 Albert Pujols - Los Angeles Angels
86B-94 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
86B-95 Max Scherzer - Washington Nationals
86B-96 Juan Soto - Washington Nationals
86B-97 Paul Goldschmidt - St. Louis Cardinals
86B-98 Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
86B-99 Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
86B-100 Fernando Tatis Jr. - San Diego Padres

 

Cody Bellinger Highlights Set Checklist

30 cards. Target only.
PARALLEL CARDS: Blue, Black #/299, Platinum Anniversary #/70, Red #/10, Gold 1/1.

TE-1 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-2 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-3 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-4 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-5 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-6 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-7 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-8 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-9 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-10 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-11 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-12 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-13 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-14 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-15 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-16 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-17 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-18 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-19 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-20 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-21 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-22 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-23 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-24 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-25 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-26 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-27 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-28 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-29 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TE-30 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers

 

Home Run Challenge Set Checklist

1 per Hobby/Hobby Jumbo Box; 1:10 Retail.

HRC-1 Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
HRC-2 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
HRC-3 Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
HRC-4 J.D. Martinez - Boston Red Sox
HRC-5 Rafael Devers - Boston Red Sox
HRC-6 Javier Baez - Chicago Cubs
HRC-7 Kyle Schwarber - Chicago Cubs
HRC-8 Eloy Jimenez - Chicago White Sox
HRC-9 Francisco Lindor - Cleveland Indians
HRC-10 Nolan Arenado - Colorado Rockies
HRC-11 Yordan Alvarez - Houston Astros
HRC-12 Alex Bregman - Houston Astros
HRC-13 Jorge Soler - Kansas City Royals
HRC-14 Mookie Betts - Los Angeles Dodgers
HRC-15 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
HRC-16 Christian Yelich - Milwaukee Brewers
HRC-17 Josh Donaldson - Minnesota Twins
HRC-18 Pete Alonso - New York Mets
HRC-19 Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
HRC-20 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees
HRC-21 Bryce Harper - Philadelphia Phillies
HRC-22 Giancarlo Stanton - New York Yankees
HRC-23 Fernando Tatis Jr. - San Diego Padres
HRC-24 Paul Goldschmidt - St. Louis Cardinals
HRC-25 Joey Gallo - Texas Rangers
HRC-26 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - Toronto Blue Jays
HRC-27 Juan Soto - Washington Nationals
HRC-28 Eugenio Suarez - Cincinnati Reds
HRC-29 Kris Bryant - Chicago Cubs
HRC-30 Matt Chapman - Oakland Athletics

 

Stars in Service Set Checklist

25 cards.
PARALLEL CARDS: Blue, Black #/299, Platinum Anniversary #/70, Red #/10, Gold 1/1.

SIS-1 Christian Yelich - Milwaukee Brewers
SIS-2 Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
SIS-3 Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
SIS-4 Adam Wainwright - St. Louis Cardinals
SIS-5 Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
SIS-6 Anthony Rizzo - Chicago Cubs
SIS-7 Mookie Betts - Los Angeles Dodgers
SIS-8 Carlos Carrasco - Cleveland Indians
SIS-9 Pete Alonso - New York Mets
SIS-10 Albert Pujols - Los Angeles Angels
SIS-11 Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
SIS-12 Yadier Molina - St. Louis Cardinals
SIS-13 Don Mattingly - New York Yankees
SIS-14 Roberto Clemente - Pittsburgh Pirates
SIS-15 Pedro Martinez - Boston Red Sox
SIS-16 CC Sabathia - New York Yankees
SIS-17 Sean Doolittle - Washington Nationals
SIS-18 Jon Lester - Chicago Cubs
SIS-19 Ken Griffey Jr. - Seattle Mariners
SIS-20 David Ortiz - Boston Red Sox
SIS-21 Andrew McCutchen - Philadelphia Phillies
SIS-22 Francisco Lindor - Cleveland Indians
SIS-23 Mike Piazza - New York Mets
SIS-24 Justin Verlander - Houston Astros
SIS-25 Edgar Martinez - Seattle Mariners

 

The History of Topps Set Checklist

10 cards.
PARALLEL CARDS: Blue, Black #/299, Platinum Anniversary #/70, Red #/10, Gold 1/1.

HOT-1 Topps is Founded by the Shorin Family
HOT-2 First Baseball Playing Cards Are Sold
HOT-3 Sy Berger Creates the First Complete Set
HOT-4 First Topps All-Rookie Team
HOT-5 Garbage Pail Kids Introduced
HOT-6 Topps Re-Introduces Bowman
HOT-7 Topps receives MLB exclusive
HOT-8 Topps Digital Apps Launched
HOT-9 Topps Now Introduced
HOT-10 Project 2020 Takes Off

 

Topps Double Headers Set Checklist

25 cards.

TDH-1 Tony Gwynn - San Diego Padres
TDH-2 *No Card*
TDH-3 Hank Aaron - Milwaukee Brewers
TDH-4 Willie Mays - New York Giants
TDH-5 Roberto Clemente - Pittsburgh Pirates
TDH-6 Jeff Bagwell - Houston Astros
TDH-7 Wade Boggs - Boston Red Sox
TDH-8 Bob Gibson - St. Louis Cardinals
TDH-9 Reggie Jackson - Oakland Athletics
TDH-10 Nolan Ryan - New York Mets
TDH-11 Barry Larkin - Cincinnati Reds
TDH-12 Eddie Murray - Baltimore Orioles
TDH-13 Jim Palmer - Baltimore Orioles
TDH-14 Cal Ripken Jr - Baltimore Orioles
TDH-15 Mike Piazza - Los Angeles Dodgers
TDH-16 Pedro Martinez - Los Angeles Dodgers
TDH-17 Mariano Rivera - New York Yankees
TDH-18 Jackie Robinson - Brooklyn Dodgers
TDH-19 Ernie Banks - Chicago Cubs
TDH-20 Thurman Munson - New York Yankees
TDH-21 Ted Williams - Boston Red Sox
TDH-22 Johnny Bench - Cincinnati Reds
TDH-23 Ichiro - Seattle Mariners
TDH-24 Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
TDH-25 Ken Griffey Jr. - Seattle Mariners
TDH-26 Don Mattingly - New York Yankees

 

Topps Through the Years Set Checklist

30 cards.
PARALLEL CARDS: Blue, Black #/299, Platinum Anniversary #/70, Red #/10, Gold 1/1.

TTY-1 Juan Soto - Washington Nationals
TTY-2 Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
TTY-3 Nolan Ryan - Texas Rangers
TTY-4 Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
TTY-5 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
TTY-6 Pete Alonso - New York Mets
TTY-7 Ken Griffey Jr. - Seattle Mariners
TTY-8 Bryce Harper - Philadelphia Phillies
TTY-9 Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
TTY-10 Mark McGwire - Oakland Athletics
TTY-11 Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
TTY-12 Fernando Tatis Jr. - San Diego Padres
TTY-13 David Ortiz - Boston Red Sox
TTY-14 Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
TTY-15 Hank Aaron - Atlanta Braves
TTY-16 Ken Griffey Jr. - Seattle Mariners
TTY-17 Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels
TTY-18 Hank Aaron - Atlanta Braves
TTY-19 Kris Bryant - Chicago Cubs
TTY-20 Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
TTY-21 Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
TTY-22 Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels
TTY-23 Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
TTY-24 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
TTY-25 Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
TTY-26 Chipper Jones - Atlanta Braves
TTY-27 Stephen Strasburg - Washington Nationals
TTY-28 Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
TTY-29 Justin Verlander - Detroit Tigers
TTY-30 Bo Bichette - Toronto Blue Jays

 

Topps Platinum Players Die-Cuts Set Checklist

25 cards. Continuation set.
PARALLEL CARDS: Blue, Black #/299, Platinum Anniversary #/70, Red #/10, Gold 1/1.

PDC-1 Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
PDC-2 Hank Aaron - Atlanta Braves
PDC-3 Cal Ripken Jr. - Baltimore Orioles
PDC-4 Pedro Martinez - Boston Red Sox
PDC-5 Jackie Robinson - Brooklyn Dodgers
PDC-6 Johnny Bench - Cincinnati Reds
PDC-7 Nolan Ryan - Texas Rangers
PDC-8 George Brett - Kansas City Royals
PDC-9 Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers
PDC-10 Frank Thomas - Chicago White Sox
PDC-11 Reggie Jackson - New York Yankees
PDC-12 Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
PDC-13 Willie Mays - San Francisco Giants
PDC-14 Ken Griffey Jr. - Seattle Mariners
PDC-15 Ichiro - Seattle Mariners
PDC-16 Mariano Rivera - New York Yankees
PDC-17 Justin Verlander - Houston Astros
PDC-18 Mike Piazza - New York Mets
PDC-19 Brooks Robinson - Baltimore Orioles
PDC-20 Wade Boggs - Boston Red Sox
PDC-21 Ozzie Smith - St. Louis Cardinals
PDC-22 Robin Yount - Milwaukee Brewers
PDC-23 Willie McCovey - San Francisco Giants
PDC-24 Ernie Banks - Chicago Cubs
PDC-25 Albert Pujols - Los Angeles Angels

 

2021 Topps Series 1 Baseball Box Loaders Checklist

 

1951 Topps Major League All-Stars Box Toppers Checklist

25 cards. Jumbo only.

51BT-1 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
51BT-2 Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
51BT-3 Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels
51BT-4 Rafael Devers - Boston Red Sox
51BT-5 Kris Bryant - Chicago Cubs
51BT-6 Javier Baez - Chicago Cubs
51BT-7 Luis Robert - Chicago White Sox
51BT-8 Francisco Lindor - Cleveland Indians
51BT-9 Nolan Arenado - Colorado Rockies
51BT-10 Alex Bregman - Houston Astros
51BT-11 Justin Verlander - Houston Astros
51BT-12 Mookie Betts - Los Angeles Dodgers
51BT-13 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
51BT-14 Christian Yelich - Milwaukee Brewers
51BT-15 Pete Alonso - New York Mets
51BT-16 Jacob deGrom - New York Mets
51BT-17 Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
51BT-18 Gerrit Cole - New York Yankees
51BT-19 Bryce Harper - Philadelphia Phillies
51BT-20 Fernando Tatis Jr. - San Diego Padres
51BT-21 Buster Posey - San Francisco Giants
51BT-22 Yadier Molina - St. Louis Cardinals
51BT-23 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - Toronto Blue Jays
51BT-24 Juan Soto - Washington Nationals
51BT-25 Matt Chapman - Oakland Athletics

 

1951 Topps Major League All-Stars Box Toppers Autographs Checklist

15 cards. Serial numbered #/10. Jumbo only.

51BT-AB Alex Bregman - Houston Astros
51BT-AJ Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
51BT-CY Christian Yelich - Milwaukee Brewers
51BT-EJ Eloy Jimenez - Chicago White Sox
51BT-FF Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
51BT-JA Jose Altuve - Houston Astros
51BT-JS Juan Soto - Washington Nationals
51BT-MT Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
51BT-PA Pete Alonso - New York Mets
51BT-PG Paul Goldschmidt - St. Louis Cardinals
51BT-RA Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
51BT-RH Rhys Hoskins - Philadelphia Phillies
51BT-SS Stephen Strasburg - Washington Nationals
51BT-WB Walker Buehler - Los Angeles Dodgers
51BT-WC Willson Contreras - Chicago Cubs

 

 

2021 Topps Series 1 Baseball Cards Box Pack Odds / NPN Info

 

 

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User Reviews

  1. Am I the only person who thinks these look a bit Bowman-esque?

  2. I don’t like it as much as 2018 and 2019, which are among my favorite recent Topps designs, but overall, I think it looks good! I wonder if running the nameplate horizontally along the bottom would help? In any case, I’ll be happy to open packs of these in 2021.

  3. I am not a fan. It seems the Topps design lately tries to touch upon the futuristic look and can the name be any smaller? The one positive is the border is white according to the picture.

  4. these cards with borders are nice, they look like something from donruss, still better than cards since 2016.

  5. Design is way too busy, and the players name is too small and lost in one of many weird geometric”stripes”

  6. ** Looks like Donruss with logos. Still better than horrible 2020 design.

  7. I like the return of white borders since 2014 but the geo shapes is distracting and the name fonts are barely legible. I hope this is only a concept and they correct it. Almost has the modern Bowman feel to it.

  8. I also agree that white borders should be back as it is a lot easier to trade and sell raw cards without that excessive scrutiny

  9. Lots of room to improve these cards. I agree with those asking why all the geometric lines and shapes on these cards. What purpose do they serve. In my opinion they make the cards look very busy and cheep. They are baseball cards,not works of art. Concentrate on the player not the artistic view.You really don’t need all of the injected junk on them. Just keep the borders and fix the rest.

  10. Too much junk on the front of the card and name barely legible. Nothing will ever take the place of the cards from the 60’s and 70’s.

  11. I like the look. Much better than the awkward 2020 cards. Each year should stand out from all the other years and these do that. Don’t make a mistake like the ’98 thru ’00 when the designs all look alike. I look forward to them.

  12. Just awful. The digital design is bad. Can’t read the player’s name. Not distinctive enough from year to year.

  13. I think it looks ok. Better than 2020. I’ll probably crack a jumbo box.

  14. I have high hopes for this one. Don’t let us down AGAIN, topps. Give us a good bang for our buck, that’s all we ask for.

  15. BELIEVE that Topps, lost it ORINGALITY, Doesn’t look like BASEBALL CARD,More less could sell it as NHL CARD,FOOTBALL CARD!!! Sorry,Topps Miss the Mark on this one,have better design that Today’s Kids NOT going to gravitate to these Baseball cards!!! Got a Great design for next year and 75th Anneriversary too! Saw cards from 1990’s lost and confused design,wrote to Late Sy Berger,that autographs Too expensive and Under taking tracking the players,in turn years later tackle the Autographs!! IF you send me adress that I can send my idea and design!! GUARANTEED, have kids enjoying collecting Topps Baseball cards AGAIN!! BUT you,Topps it’s not for Adults it’s for the kids,losing the WAR on this one!! Topps,look from Vintage and Furture combination of both will do you do you,JUSTICES, BE ON TOP AGAIN!! Sincerely S.D.K

  16. 1 Star is generous. I can’t believe they chose this design to honor 70 years. I don’t know if they ever change designs after they release pics, but I sure hope they do. It’s almost painful to look at – the focus should be on the ballplayer, his name and his team, not the design of some untalented 8th art student. I will not be collecting this set as is, which is saying something since I have every year since ‘55.

  17. I agree with many of the previous comments. If it’s possible to tweak or completely scrap this design, please do it! These look just like Donruss cards-cheap, horrible design. The name is too small. It’s obvious Topps has run out of design ideas. Take some cues from the classic designs of the 70s. Major thumbs down for me.

  18. This design looks like it was done by a high school art student who is using graphic design software for the first time and thinks he has to use all of the features of the program on a single design. A simple classic design would be more appropriate for their 70th anniversary.

  19. I like the 70 year icon design in the upper right corner. A couple of people have asked and I’ll ask again, but with so many negative comments about the front design of these cards, does Topps ever change an upcoming release when a majority who have looked at it provided negative feedback? Personally, I would think starting the third week of November the presses have been running for a while now, and the design is what it is, and we’ll have to adjust to it, instead of the other way! And besides, it is very difficult printing the backs of these cards with 30 one way, then 30 another way, and…well, you get the picture! (Topps, you deserved that after 2020 Update) I’m still trying to figure out if I was upside down or was it the cards…or maybe a little bit of both!

  20. In the 1950s and 1960s Topps Baseball cards were works of art. Now they are just computer generated graphics on pieces of slick cardboard, which look all too similar from one year to the next. It’s sad. Mediocrity has taken the place of creativity.

  21. I like the 70th anniversary stamp. I also like the white background. But why do the letters have to be so small? And what is the point of the lines on the left side of the card? It just makes the design busy. I hope they change it.

  22. Hate it! Small name, to much jagged lines, to much flash, to much color, just does not work. I am out!!! Collecting old cards only now, forget this new garbage!!

  23. I like that borders are back. Names are way too small. Not a fan of the diagonal designs. Better than the 2020 set, but not as colorful as the 2015 set. Genuinely curious who decides which design gets selected each year.

  24. With all Topps sets, the checklist normally arrives 1-7 days from the official release date.

  25. Ugliest set since the inaugural, very disappointing. Zero creativity, just a bunch of lines, dots, diagonal crap. Will not collect this set.

  26. THEY SUCK.TOO MUCH FUTURE,PANINI NEEDS THEIR LICENSE MUCH BETTER LOOKING CARDS!

  27. After screwing the pooch so badly last year , this is what you come up with? Its not surprising why Panini is taking over the card industry, my money will go to Panini. It’s really sad how bad Topps has gotten.

  28. What were they thinking with the name plates so small! The design looks like Panini meets 91 Donruss. Does Topps seek any collector feedback when selecting designs?

  29. I give it 4 stars for the few rookies that have been revealed so far. Cronenworth for series 2?

  30. How funny is this……in November I wrote a review and it was lukewarm at best, and here we are a little under three weeks or so from the release date and I now give it an additional star. I’m convinced my review is really anticipation disguised as a review…..I mean, what can I say? I love baseball cards and collecting them. Hopefully we’ll be seeing a real checklist any day now, or did I miss it?

  31. Goodness gracious. This whole “Break Party” inviting all these “Breakers” is a disaster. Look at the price of a hobby box. Not a jumbo box, but a hobby box. Topps is taking full advantage. Good for them! Can’t even go into a store anymore and buy a pack of cards. Flippers camped out for hours waiting on the stocker. I have a job, can’t do that. And I’m certainly not going to pay four times the amount on eBay, or buy a case of cards from a distributor.

    By the way, the cards look terrible. The name is the size of the fly on Pence’s head during the VP debate. Where is the creativity?

    Just put Bernie Sanders in the background of every card. I’d gladly by a case.

  32. James Earl,you make some good points. Topps has now bowed to the breakers and flippers.They may well ruin the hobby of set building. They have already ran many of the kids out due to the flippers and their GREED. It is getting to the point that if you want a box of cards you must pay through the nose. If Topps goes under it will be because of their lack of concern for their core set builders. I also agree their card design is no prize.The flagship design has many flaws. I’m not the only person who feels this way. Wake up Topps.

  33. Worst design in the history of topps baseball cards. Illegible player name and position, pointless geometric shapes cluttering the picture, and bizzare team logo presentation. If there was a zero star option, I would have chosen that instead.

  34. The samples look good except for the stuff on the left side of the card…..too busy.

    Content will be the key, and only 330 cards? Factory sets 660?

    I prefer the portrait style of card, don’t like the mix of landscape and portrait.

    BRING BACK THE LEADER MULTI-PLAYER CARDS!!

    And of course, the insert cards will be incomplete because Topps unable to print cards of Mickey Mantle. Wish the Mantle family would loosen up.

  35. Checklist looks great. A good crop of rookies in this class. With it being the 70th anniversary, it’s good to see some old timers in there.

    Just can’t get over the price point and the design. Interested to see what Series 2 and Update will have to offer.

    Also interested to see how long brick and mortar stores will be sold out within minutes of being stocked. It can’t go on forever right?

    You think Topps will have a way to fix this? Probably not, they’re making tons of money. Especially with these Group Breaks. Breakers are buying countless amounts of cases. Topps no longer cares about the little guy.

    Does anyone know where you can go to identify print runs of COMMON cards? Does Topps manufacture to order in the beginning or are there a limited amount?

    Saw one breaker preparing to bust 24 JUMBO CASES! And there’s over 10 other breakers doing the same that Topps is promoting!

  36. This checklist looks great but if I can’t find this mass-produced product in stores it may be the nail in the coffin of my opening wax days. I really wish that people would consider NOT using breakers as I feel that they are the real problem, not the flippers. Those breakers drove up the price of hobby boxes by buying up everything at inflated prices which drove collectors to retail. Flippers are the end result of that.

  37. As usual almost half of the Oakland A’s players listed have already moved on to other teams via free agency…Topps should not list players on a team that they know have filed for free agency and instead showcase the players in the first series that are still on the team and who are often ignored in the second and update series.

  38. Not sure if like the set yet, but just wondering….what the hell is with the regular box price…..have they lost their minds? Was thinking of ordering, but sure as hell not for $130-$150!

    That’s just insane….what is that double last year? That’s more than jumbo prices of recent years.

  39. Hate the design, and disappointed in Topps continuing Paul Molitor hatred.

  40. Design sucks and seriously $130 to $150 for a hobby box and $260 for jumbos. simple NO THANK YOU and I have been collecting Topps since 1959. Horrible and about time to leave this hobby. Used to be fun but no as much fun these days.

  41. This is a special year.. and it certainly required a classic design… I dont mean a classic retro.. but a NEW classic design.
    Instead, its actually very very poor.
    I assume that Topps guys must have had like a few options to choose from before settling on this base design… they made a very bad choice.
    players name is definitely too tight in the space.. it has to be more prominent on the card.
    way too many un-necessary diagonals into the card picture… never before has Topps made such a busy multi slash into the image..while used for nothing…
    I am giving 1 star… for the overall card.. but would give multi negative stars for the design .. bringing the overall average to just 1 star.
    Price point for such a highly produced product is also unspeakably bad.

  42. Flippers make me sick. I just want to buy a hobby box at a reasonable price. Now these F-ing flippers buy them all off the internet and stalk target and charge 150 for 25 packs of baseball cards.

  43. I’m very sad about the fact that the prices are so high. it had a chance to be a great year for topps and I already feel let down by the fact of the price. only buying for the rookies. might be time to stop collecting though. again, 3 stars only for the rookies.

  44. A couple things:

    1) Is it safe to assume the complete set will be 660 cards?
    2) The price is insane. If I choose to buy, I will probably by the factory set if that exist. Or maybe buy a collated 330 base card set for $40 from some eBayer. If I choose to buy. If.

  45. Does anyone know if it’s possible to by boxes directly from Topps, to avoid the ridiculous markup of my local store or the on-line hawkers?

  46. Jacking up the prices but offering the same 1 auto or relic which all but guarantees your “hit” will be a worthless manufactured “relic”.

  47. My local card store is asking $225 for one jumbo hobby box. Yo!

    Even if Topps includes all 330 cards in the box, is $225 worth it? Yo!

    I seem to recall this same box cost $80 in 2019, and $140 last year.

  48. Topp-russ? If I could give it fewer stars I would! I’ve longed for a return to white borders. As the saying goes, be careful what you wish for. Topps, you’ve made it much easier for me to walk away from collecting. I still have my first cards from 1972. Over-production, meaningless “base” inserts. Fare thee well.

  49. I am not a fan of this design at all. There is a fine line between edgy and gaudy. This design is gaudy. I agree with everyone that said the text is too small. I also feel like the team name should always be shown, whether or not the team logo is also included.

    Because it is a milestone year, they should have tried to combine a classic design with a modern feel. The 2011 card was a good example of this.

    But I can forgive a poor design. It happens sometimes. What I cannot forgive is the introduction now of the Ultra Short Print. I agree that Topps has completely lost touch with the collectors that comprise the backbone of the hobby. As many of you have stated, this is no longer a hobby for kids. I would be scared to get my son into collecting right now for fear he would trade away a 1/1. But it is quickly becoming a hobby beyond the reach of your average adult. With each passing year I wonder how long I can continue to afford this “hobby.”

  50. “But it is quickly becoming a hobby beyond the reach of your average adult. With each passing year I wonder how long I can continue to afford this “hobby.””

    Agree 100%

    Here is another example of how Topps runs amok.

    On topps.com the hobby box is offered for $79.99 — of course it’s sold out.
    My local card shop is selling the exact same hobby box for $125.

    The local card shop is fleecing us. Support local?

    Anyone see a problem here?

    MAYBE I’ll buy a collated 330 base set on eBay. And then buy the others I want ad-hoc. Then again, maybe I’ll pass.

  51. 2 Stars based on price and the zig zag lines but it will not make any difference. A friend said last night he was at Target and there were 40 people standing at the card section waiting for series one! Yes 40 people for series one retail where you might get a $1.00 jersey card. UNBELIVABLE!!!!!

  52. Sadly these are being run up by flippers and breakers. This is destroying the hobby we love. Stop buying from them. Boxes and packs are weighed by them or resealed. Flippers will ruin the hobby for along time to come if you don’t stop them. Topps print more and take their profits away and make them get their jobs back flipping burgers.

  53. of course it sold out online before i got home from work, and i refuse to pay the flipper markup. retail is rigged, out the back door it goes. when i die, this hobby in my family dies with me.

  54. I’ve been priced out of collecting now. Topps boxes used to be fairly priced. Between both monopolies and the breakers and flippers, I’m done. Last year was bad enough. Vendors are also now corrupt. I’ve heard they arent even stocking certain product and keeping Hoops and Prizm for themselves. It’s a shame this hobby is only now for the rich elite and corrupt.

  55. Cheesy product overall! Got my first blaster and I pull a nate Pearson and the card is damaged! Why every time I get a decent card it has bent corner or it off center! These cards should never make it to the stores!!!! Wakeup topps yur ripping off yur buyers!

  56. I thought 2020’s design was bad, but this is even worse to me. Not a fan of bringing the borders back (more chance of getting OC cards), diagonal, small font names are not great, floating rookie cup is weird and asymmetrical…just bad all around.

    2018 and 2019 were such clean designs

  57. Not a great design, but the photos are pretty good. I see a bunch of complaints about the price of boxes and blaming it on Topps. Topps sold hobby boxes online for 79.99 which is the suggested retail. They can’t help it that your distributor/LCS/flipper decide to sell it at $130 or more. The high prices we see is mostly not from Topps, but they are stuck in that if they increase print runs, they run the risk of killing demand for their product in the long run. If they don’t, they get backlash from people priced out of the hobby. They are in a no win situation on that front, although they are printing money right now by the boatloads.

  58. Names way too small. On the checklist it states red autos are #’d to 25 but I pulled a red Strasburg #’d to 10. I will still buy another box.

  59. I got a good price on my jumbo box for $199.99 compared to others I’ve seen out there. My local shop doesn’t typically mark them up too bad. Still higher than 2020 which kind of stinks. As for pulls I got the SSP card 84 of Pete Alonso and a 1986 auto of Luis Patino /25 with my two jersey “hits”.

  60. Quite a few don’t like this new era design. I feel the same.
    Dear Topps, it’s a baseball card not a Circus Advertisement,clean it up.

  61. If you don’t like the design, its basically your opinion (I find it one of the worst in decades), BUT when it comes down to how small they made the player’s names that’s just a blatant mistake and design flaw. How the HECK could this pass approval from designer to mgmt to final decision w/out someone bringing this up!?!?!? Can you imagine the meeting the key employees had to approve the design without any of them saying “Well….you know, maybe we should increase the font size of the player’s name.”
    Other exec – “Naw its a perfect size. If anything a little smaller might be the way to go.”
    “Allright!!! We got ourselves a real winning design this year! People are going to love it!”

    Ok, so again the design is opinion based and most opinions, including mine, not only don’t like it, but despise it.
    The font for the names? How could that not be seen as an issue by at least one decision maker AND the card designer. It boggles my freakin’ mind.

    Oh one other thing….What is up with 1 card per pack a 1952 card? Its FIFTY CARDS. Why one per pack? Its a waste of a good insert. Do a one every other pack and put an insert in between.
    Maybe I’m missing something. Has a set of insert cards ever been put in every pack? I’m drawing a blank.

  62. Oh one edition. I’m not sure why I’m even confused with the bad design, font size error (that’s not an opinion people…thats a fact), prices, no worry about breakers or flippers, etc.

    In every situation, Topps has run their company with a serious lack of respect for their end consumers. Each and every year they do what they want and have you conform to their whims (and sadly a lot of us do…myself included BUT at very reduced profitability level from me over the years).

    A simple thing like a focus group of fans to use when finalizing the card design is a perfect example. It would be crazy to stake so much without one (given its series 2, update, chrome, holiday cards, and other ludicrous sets they make).

    One thing that’s odd is that the economy has shifted to listening to the customer’s voice due to the internet and social media, but for some reason the opposite holds true for sports trading cards. Hmmm ya know, I wonder if having a monopoly on league and team usage has anything to do with it….

  63. Hey Trey, I pulled a Sketch Card from a series 1 Hobby Box. I can tell it is Ronald Acuna Jr. but I cannot make out the handwriting on the reverse of the card. Knowing that one line is the signature of the artist, but I can’t make out the second line. I noticed there is a notation of the sketch cards here but no checklist. Is there ever going to be a checklist or somewhere I can confirm what sketch card I have?

  64. For whatever reason, sketch artists aren’t normally included on the MLB checklists.

  65. Just don’t like the pictures on the cards. Look a bit “off” !!!

  66. Thanks for responding so quick. I went on Topp’s website but that wasn’t much help. Can’t look at Ebay because they are all 1 of 1s. Thanks again for responding to my question. Take care.

  67. I just wrote the long rant(s) above. Way too much…apologies.
    Basically the point was the design is opinion, but the font size of the name is an error by every Topps employee who had input on the card.

    I went to the Topps Evolution page
    https://www.cardboardconnection.com/evolution-topps-baseball-cards-1951-2017
    to compare. Here’s the findings.

    In 70 yrs only 3 years stand out. Two are not font issues, but style/background problems.
    1996 and 2000. Just look at the cards in the link above (I also remember these years and looked at other images online) and you’ll see their problems

    T2004 is the only year that may pose a font size issue similar to 2021. Thing is, its definitely bigger and the style makes it very legible.

    I know, I know…why’s he hung up on the font size. I guess its just a small microcosm of how whack Topps is for such a big mistake on their flagship product (not to mention S2, Update, Chrome, etc which will have the same design). With ~500 employees and ~$200M in annual revenue you’d expect better…not just from a card design, working with instead of against their customers.

  68. 4 stars . Looks young. I’m in my 50s and when I was 8 , I would have liked it

  69. If we all band together and not buy from any re-seller, this flipping scourge will disappear. Otherwise, set builders like me will disappear instead. No way in hell am I paying these prices.

  70. I went to my local target and got 3 jumbo packs. I got some of the key rookies so it was worth it. This design didn’t look that great at first when seeing it online, although bringing the borders back was nice. However, once I got the cards and looked through them, I thought it was a nice design. Overall I think the 2021 Topps cards are pretty good.

  71. I wasn’t on hate bandwagon to begin with, but the cards look very nice in person.

    The inserts aren’t my all-time favorites, but the ’86 cards look good.

  72. Well this sucks! I gave in and bought two jumbo boxes because I am a fool! Card stock is beyond thin. Got a complete set but guess what NO AUTOS in either box! I know these are usually $4.00 autos but still you should get what you pay for. Now the hassle of dealing with Topps Customer Service. SIMPLE BOO Topps!

  73. I can’t really rate the cards because I can’t find them. This is ridiculous. $150 for a hobby box of Series 1 Topps? $250 for a hobby jumbo box? I can’t even find blasters at Target. I like collecting sets. I think I am finally done with the hobby. This is just ridiculous. Freaking Topps website was sold out by the 3rd day of release when I finally looked! I’m not in this as an investment, but something I to relax and enjoy. I’m done.

  74. it is getting out of hand w pricing. $125for hobby? i bought it but no way i open it. its getting tougher and tougher to buy cheaper boxes to enjoy opening. i stayed away from 2020 bowman products, and i thought 2021 toppswould be decent but the price point plus card design means im not buying any more.

  75. +5 The BASE set is awesome. Haven’t had a product this loaded with key rookies since 2018 Update. A lot of these rookies will likely be main-line stars in the coming decade.

    -1 The INSERTS are horrible. Even golds are tough pulls, which means the presses were cranked up.

    -1 I buy mainly retail, but purchased a hobby box and the ‘HIT’ was a commemorative MANUFACTURED spring training hat. It’s literally made for the product. What junk is that Topps?

  76. You guys forgot about the Purple parallels from Meijer and the 1986 Topps Baseball 35th Anniversary Set has a Green parallel at Target. Oh one more thing…. the tins this year have an exclusive CHROME 70 Years of Topps card.

  77. As a graphic designer myself I couldn’t be more disappointed in the 2021 Topps design. It’s boring and the players names are way too small and the angle makes them even harder to read. The design is too plain. Topps uses borders because it says money because the can butt the cards next to each other (saving paper). I prefer the borderless, but these would look better even they at the very least had the player coming out of the photo, breaking into the border. But they didn’t to save $$. Because of this, they need to keep the design elements in the exact same spots, which really kills the horizontal cards. I really don’t understand the Topps Through the Years insert cards that show past autographed cards. What is the reason fro these, just to show you a autograph card that you didn’t get? The stock also seems much thinner than the past years. The 70th anniversary set deserved a much better product.

  78. Jumbo Boxes $259.00 really? What has fundamentally changed? Oh wait, higher productions to meet the higher demands. Price should be constant or less, especially considering there isn’t anything else really being enhanced or offered here. Hobby pack around $8, give me a break!

  79. Excellent product, good assortment of rookies, Photo art is above average, good selection of inserts, parallels.

  80. @Jack Larsen

    CHEAP??? Maybe compared to high end releases, but it is not “cheap” for a base product.

  81. REGARDING THE LINES IN THE FRONT (sorry for “yelling”, but here’s what I noticed about them):
    When put in the standard 9 pocket sheet, the lines on either side of the card will “link” with the card next to it. Kind of a cool visual. Anyway, I don’t think they’re so terrible. I’ve only opened a 67 card hanger so far (12 rookies out of it, not bad for $10). Yea, the player’s name could be bigger, and having the 1986 set design incorporated for subsets/inserts/etc, not big on that, BUT, I believe they did that more so because it just happened to be the middle point (35 years) between 1951 and NOW. I’ll give it a chance though. I’m glad I’m into baseball instead of paying crazy amounts for Panini basketball product. Yeesh!

  82. Like all the different parallel and insert sets. Did notice that the Yellow Wallgreens Cards are not listed as a parallel set.

  83. Modern day Topps. Nice design, especially the silver anniversary stamp. Tons of cards, parallels, subsets.

  84. I Posted this on the 2020 Series 1 page but it really belongs here.

    I have been doing a deep dive into Topps flagship product for five years. Here is what I have learned. Numbers are rounded; comparison is 2021 to 2020 Series 1:

    There are 5000 more parallel rainbow foil cards per player than last year (600 per player vs 5,600 per player). There are 17,500 more 1986 cards per player than 1985 cards per player. There are 1,700 more 2021 Walgreens Yellow Border cards per player than 2020 Walgreens cards per player.

    Comparing 2020 Turkey Red 100 card set to 2021 1952 Redux 50 card set: There are 190,000 more 1952 cards per player than Turkey Red cards per player. In theory this means there are 190,000 more sets of 1952 than 2020 Turkey Red. Also, there are 17,000 more 1952 chrome cards per player than Turkey Red chrome cards per player.

    Overall, Topps produced 13,000,000 more parallel and insert cards in 2021 than in 2020. For the base set, there are 330,000 more cards per player in 2021 than in 2020. This means there are 330,000 more Dylan Carlson rookie cards than Gavin Lux rookie cards.

    I can share more if you are interested.

  85. Nice product but the relics are player worn not game used which is odd and hard to find retail

  86. I have two concerns about this set. First, the design work on the front of the base cards is horrible. The font makes the player names hard to read and using team colors makes many of the team logos difficult to see.

    My bigger concern is the embossing. The “70 years” logo is embossed in silver on most of the cards. Unfortunately, on the reverse, the embossing left an indent on most of the cards. This printing technique could end up reducing the grade on well over 50%.

    I’m wondering how Beckett and PSA are going to grade cards with a visible indentation on the back. Based on their guidelines, this should be a substantial penalty. Will they make an exception because the blemish is due to a printing practice?

    Potentially, “perfect” cards may be extremely rare in this set.

  87. Hey you guys forgot one more thing in this checklist. For the “Chrome 70 Years of Topps Baseball Set Checklist” in retail tins, there is a 1/1 SuperFractor parallel for each card. People are posting pics of them on Reddit.

    Can you add it please?

  88. The cardboard connection’s idea of making a list of just the RC cards in the base set is a good idea and I hope that you will continue this for all upcoming baseball card sets and following years would be great . As for the design of this set , horrible at best . Putting borders back on the cards is great but the 45 degree angle bars all over the place with the tiny players name is nothing short of heinous . I was totally amazed by the sheer amount of insert cards that are in this set .10 auto subsets , 6 auto relics , 10 auto/relic/buybacks , box toppers , box topper auto’s , clear cards and another 10 labeled as inserts . No matter how you look at it or what you want to call it , if it is added to the base cards or their colored parellel Ser.#d card , it’s an insert . This set of cards contains a total of 50 insert sets . 26 being auto’s . As with anything that is collectable , condition and scarcity will always be the deciding factor of appreciation and value in the future . Baseball cards have been pumping out auto’s for quite a while now and down the road it will be just like the card overproduction of the late 80’s and early 90’s . I can see it coming and I feel sorry for the people paying crazy money for auto’s now and in the recent past . Keep up the good work Trey . Jim

  89. Not bad, not great, 2021 Bowman looks A TON better than 2021 Topps IMO.

    One question regarding the parallels, what exactly is the difference between the Platinum Anniversary numbered to 70 and the 70th Anniversary 1/1 cards besides the numbering? I see absolutely nothing different in the design of the 1/1. Any input would be helpful, thanks.

  90. What is with the empty diagonal panels on the left side of the card? The craziest, ugliest thing I’ve ever seen on a Topps card, or at least since the burlap borders of 1968, which was a truly WTF moment before I knew that phrase existed.

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