2022 Topps Home Run Challenge Baseball Cards Checklist and Game DetailsBrand: Promo Cards
2022 Topps Home Run Challenge Baseball is an interactive card game found in the flagship baseball set that has built up quite a following over the years.
While the core elements are likely familiar, there are some added wrinkles to the gameplay.
On top of that, 2022 Topps Derby Duel Baseball is a new option.
2022 Topps Home Run Challenge Baseball Set Details
The HRC cards fall, on average, 1:24 Hobby packs, 1:10 Hobby Jumbo packs and 1:10 for all Retail pack formats.
After collectors acquire a specific card in packs, the scratch-off code must be entered on the Topps site to participate. From there, users can pick the exact game where they believe/hope the depicted player will go yard. Winners will receive an exclusive card.
Debuting in 2022, fans can elect to "Double Down," meaning the player must hit a home run AND the home run must travel 425+ feet. This all-or-nothing add-on yields a special parallel. However, if you pick the "Double Down" box and the home run travels less than 425 feet, no prize is awarded. With "Double Down" selected, an inside-the-park home run will also be unsuccessful.
Another new element for the 2022 Topps Home Run Challenge promo is the "decision window" that allows collectors to only select the player for the current or following month, or bench them in order to hold the player for a future month.
Topps revealed these tentative dates for the program.
While the lineup offers many top sluggers across the league, Buster Posey made the cut for the initial set despite his retirement following the 2021 season. His card is not eligible for Series 1, but a new player will replace him in Series 2.
Whether or not you are a winner, every prediction earns an entry for the grand prize, which is a trip to the 2023 MLB Home Run Derby.
Check out the full rules for the 2022 Topps Home Run Challenge promo.
2022 Topps Home Run Challenge Baseball Checklist
HRC-2 Juan Soto - Washington Nationals
HRC-3 Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
HRC-4 Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels
HRC-5 Bryce Harper - Philadelphia Phillies
HRC-6 Aaron Judge - New York Yankees
HRC-7 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers
HRC-8 Christian Yelich - Milwaukee Brewers
HRC-9 Ronald Acuña Jr. - Atlanta Braves
HRC-10 Pete Alonso - New York Mets
HRC-11 Alex Bregman - Houston Astros
HRC-12 Bo Bichette - Toronto Blue Jays
HRC-13 Luis Robert - Chicago White Sox
HRC-14 Mookie Betts - Los Angeles Dodgers
HRC-15 Salvador Perez - Kansas City Royals
HRC-17 Matt Olson - Oakland Athletics
HRC-18 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - Toronto Blue Jays
HRC-19 Nolan Arenado - St. Louis Cardinals
HRC-20 Manny Machado - San Diego Padres
HRC-21 Joey Gallo - New York Yankees
HRC-22 Rafael Devers - Boston Red Sox
HRC-23 Giancarlo Stanton - New York Yankees
HRC-24 Freddie Freeman - Atlanta Braves
HRC-25 Max Muncy - Los Angeles Dodgers
HRC-26 Adolis Garcia - Texas Rangers
HRC-27 Wander Franco - Tampa Bay Rays
HRC-28 Jose Ramirez - Cleveland Guardians
HRC-29 Buster Posey - San Francisco Giants *
HRC-30 Mitch Haniger - Seattle Mariners