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Topps Living Set Baseball Cards Checklist

Topps Living Set Baseball Cards Checklist

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A new concept from the card maker, Topps Living Set Baseball takes an open-ended approach to collecting. Instead of a standard release that lasts for one year, the online-exclusive Topps Living Set Baseball has no end in sight.

While not confined to one specific duration or even a certain period of collecting, Topps Living Set Baseball pays tribute to the 1953 Topps design using high-resolution images of hand-drawn artwork from the legendary artist Mayumi Seto.

Topps Living Set Baseball

Of course, there are some rules. Printed on 16-point vintage stock, each card is sold for one week and three new cards are announced every week. Single cards sell for $7.99 and three-card sets go for $14.99.

View current Topps Living Set Baseball cards on Topps.

Also, the Topps Living Set Baseball checklist only includes one option for each player, unless that player is traded. So, there is no need to worry about a new Aaron Judge card every week of the set.

Card backs note the batting and fielding stats for the most recent year (when issued) and the lifetime stats from the same point in time, just like the 1953 set.

Topps Living Set Baseball

Topps Living Set Baseball Checklist

Print runs (PR) will be added when announced. Each release includes 3-card set or individual cards.
Buy past cards on eBay using the links below.

2018 Topps Living Set Baseball Checklist

Topps Living Set Baseball

 

1 Aaron Judge - New York Yankees (PR=13,256)
2 Joe Panik - San Francisco Giants (PR=3,650)
3 Nick Castellanos - Detroit Tigers (PR=3,639)
4 Rhys Hoskins - Philadelphia Phillies RC (PR=5,446)
5 Ian Happ - Chicago Cubs (PR=3,042)
6 Nick Markakis - Atlanta Braves (PR=2,678)
7 Shohei Ohtani - Los Angeles Angels RC (PR=20,966)
8 Russell Martin - Toronto Blue Jays (PR=3,953)
9 Jackie Bradley Jr. - Boston Red Sox (PR=3,959)
10 Derek Jeter - New York Yankees (PR=10,692)
11 Alex Gordon - Kansas City Royals (PR=4,143)
12 Jean Segura - Seattle Mariners (PR=4,052)
13 Bryce Harper - Washington Nationals (PR=9,515)
14 Mallex Smith - Tampa Bay Rays (PR=4,529)
15 A.J. Pollock - Arizona Diamondbacks (PR=4,221)
16 Jose Altuve - Houston Astros (PR=6,185)
17 Chris Taylor - Los Angeles Dodgers (PR=4,837)
18 Paul DeJong - St. Louis Cardinals (PR=4,936)
19 Ronald Acuna - Atlanta Braves RC (PR=46,809)
20 Jose Ramirez - Cleveland Indians (PR=9,671)
21 Matt Olson - Oakland Athletics (PR=9,631)
22 Albert Pujols - Los Angeles Angels (PR=9,403)
23 Amed Rosario - New York Mets RC (PR=7,637)
24 Chase Headley - San Deigo Padres (PR=6,752)
25 Ichiro Suzuki - Seattle Mariners (PR=10,713)
26 Yoan Moncada - Chicago White Sox (PR=6,382)
27 Jose Berrios - Minnesota Twins (PR=6,065)
28 Rickey Henderson - Oakland Athletics (PR=6,851)
29 Rafael Devers - Boston Red Sox RC (PR=8,403)
30 Brandon Morrow - Chicago Cubs (PR=5,585)
31 Charlie Blackmon - Colorado Rockies (PR=6,585)
32 Ozzie Albies - Atlanta Braves RC (PR=14,036)
33 Lewis Brinson - Miami Marlins (PR=5,549)
34 Gleyber Torres - New York Yankees RC (PR=28,550)
35 Adam Duvall - Cincinnati Reds (PR=5,766)
36 Jordy Mercer - Pittsburgh Pirates (PR=5,731)
37 Manny Machado - Baltimore Orioles (PR=6,516)
38 Christian Villanueva - San Diego Padres RC (PR=5,296)
39 Eric Sogard - Milwaukee Brewers (PR=4,690)
40 Scott Kingery - Philadelphia Phillies RC (PR=7,277)
41 Joey Rickard - Baltimore Orioles (PR=5,791)
42 Jackie Robinson - Brooklyn Dodgers (PR=13,147)
43 Juan Soto - Washington Nationals RC (PR=28,572)
44 Bartolo Colon - Texas Rangers (PR=5,630)
45 Brad Peacock - Houston Astros (PR=5,440)
46 Hank Aaron - Milwaukee Braves (PR=11,233)
47 Jordan Hicks - St. Louis Cardinals RC (PR=6,099)
48 Kevin Pillar - Toronto Blue Jays (PR=5,505)
49 Miguel Andujar - New York Yankees RC (PR=12,794)
50 Noah Syndergaard - New York Mets (PR=6,167)
51 Austin Hedges - San Diego Padres (PR=5,354)
52 Max Scherzer - Washington Nationals (PR=6,277)
53 Walker Buehler - Los Angeles Dodgers RC (PR=7,503)
54 Mitch Haniger - Seattle Mariners (PR=5,187)
55 Ted Williams - Boston Red Sox (PR=10,927)
56 Brian Anderson - Miami Marlins RC (PR=5,218)
57 Sean Manaea - Oakland Athletics (PR=4,792)
58 Giancarlo Stanton - New York Yankees (PR=7,626)
59 Freddy Peralta - Milwaukee Brewers RC (PR=4,915)
60 Pat Neshek - Philadelphia Phillies (PR=12,736)
61 Francisco Lindor - Cleveland Indians (PR=6,714)
62 Andrew Benintendi - Boston Red Sox (PR=6,239)
63 Austin Meadows - Pittsburgh Pirates RC (PR=5,639)
64 Ryne Sandberg - Chicago Cubs (PR=7,212)
65 Dustin Fowler - Oakland Athletics RC (PR=4,808)
66 Yasiel Puig - Los Angeles Dodgers (PR=4,886)
67 Anthony Rizzo - Chicago Cubs (PR=5,568)
68 Daniel Murphy - Washington Nationals (PR=4,586)
69 Willy Adames - Tampa Bay Rays RC (PR=4,974)
70 Bo Jackson - Kansas City Royals (PR=7,321)
71 Jake Arrieta - Philadelphia Phillies (PR=5,060)
72 Dereck Rodriguez - San Francisco Giants RC (PR=5,798)
73 Cody Bellinger - Los Angeles Dodgers (PR=5,273)
74 Lourdes Gurriel Jr. - Toronto Blue Jays RC (PR=5,094)
75 Joe Mauer - Minnesota Twins (PR=4,725)
76 Roberto Clemente - Pittsburgh Pirates (PR=10,922)
77 Tyler O'Neill - St Louis Cardinals RC  (PR=4,851)
78 Avisail Garcia - Chicago White Sox (PR=4,520)
79 Jacob deGrom - New York Mets (PR=5,302)
80 Victor Robles - Washington Nationals RC (PR=6,104)
81 Jed Lowrie - Oakland Athletics (PR=4,348)
82 Joey Votto - Cincinnati Reds (PR=4,915)
83 David Bote - Chicago Cubs RC (PR=5,345)
84 Trevor Story - Colorado Rockies (PR=4,576)
85 Don Mattingly - New York Yankees (PR=6,785)
86 Nick Williams - Philadelphia Phillies RC (PR=4,733)
87 David Wright - New York Mets (PR=5,524)
88 Manny Machado - Los Angeles Dodgers (PR=4,802)
89 Jack Flaherty - St. Louis Cardinals RC (PR=4,754)
90 Adrian Beltre - Texas Rangers (PR=4,585)
91 JD Martinez - Boston Red Sox (PR=4,532)
92 Francisco Mejia - San Diego Padres RC (PR=5,096)
93 Evan Gattis - Houston Astros (PR=3,990)
94 Christian Yelich - Milwaukee Brewers (PR=TBD) Shop on Topps
95 Clayton Kershaw - Los Angeles Dodgers (PR=TBD) Shop on Topps
96 Ryan McMahon - Colorado Rockies RC (PR=TBD) Shop on Topps

 

Topps Living Set Checklist Print Run Breakdown

In order of total print run from highest to lowest.

19 Ronald Acuna - 46,809
43 Juan Soto - 28,572
34 Gleyber Torres - 28,550
7 Shohei Ohtani - 20,966
32 Ozzie Albies - 14,036
1 Aaron Judge - 13,256
42 Jackie Robinson - 13,147
49 Miguel Andujar - 12,794
60 Pat Neshek - 12,736
46 Hank Aaron - 11,233
76 Roberto Clemente - 10,922
55 Ted Williams - 10,927
25 Ichiro Suzuki - 10,713
10 Derek Jeter - 10,692
20 Jose Ramirez - 9,671
21 Matt Olson - 9,631
13 Bryce Harper - 9,515
22 Albert Pujols - 9,403
29 Rafael Devers - 8,403
23 Amed Rosario - 7,637
58 Giancarlo Stanton - 7,626
53 Walker Buehler - 7,503
70 Bo Jackson - 7,321
40 Scott Kingery - 7,277
64 Ryne Sandberg - 7,212
28 Rickey Henderson - 6,851
85 Don Mattingly - 6,785
24 Chase Headley - 6,752
61 Francisco Lindor - 6,714
31 Charlie Blackmon - 6,585
37 Manny Machado - 6,516
26 Yoan Moncada - 6,382
52 Max Scherzer - 6,277
62 Andrew Benintendi - 6,239
16 Jose Altuve - 6,185
50 Noah Syndergaard - 6,167
80 Victor Robles - 6,104
47 Jordan Hicks - 6,099
27 Jose Berrios - 6,065
72 Dereck Rodriguez - 5,798
41 Joey Rickard - 5,791
35 Adam Duvall - 5,766
36 Jordy Mercer - 5,731
63 Austin Meadows - 5,639
44 Bartolo Colon - 5,630
30 Brandon Morrow - 5,585
67 Anthony Rizzo - 5,568
87 David Wright - 5,524
33 Lewis Brinson - 5,549
48 Kevin Pillar - 5,505
4 Rhys Hoskins - 5,446
45 Brad Peacock - 5,440
51 Austin Hedges - 5,354
83 David Bote - 5,345
79 Jacob deGrom - 5,302
38 Christian Villanueva - 5,296
73 Cody Bellinger - 5,273
56 Brian Anderson - 5,218
54 Mitch Haniger - 5,187
92 Francisco Mejia - 5,096
74 Lourdes Gurriel Jr. - 5,094
71 Jake Arrieta - 5,060
69 Willy Adames - 4,974
18 Paul DeJong - 4,936
82 Joey Votto - 4,915
59 Freddy Peralta - 4,915
66 Yasiel Puig - 4,886
77 Tyler O'Neill - 4,851
17 Chris Taylor - 4,837
65 Dustin Fowler - 4,808
88 Manny Machado - 4,802
57 Sean Manaea - 4,792
89 Jack Flaherty - 4,754
86 Nick Williams - 4,733
75 Joe Mauer - 4,725
39 Eric Sogard - 4,690
68 Daniel Murphy - 4,586
90 Adrian Beltre - 4,585
84 Trevor Story - 4,576
91 JD Martinez - 4,532
14 Mallex Smith - 4,529
78 Avisail Garcia - 4,520
81 Jed Lowrie - 4,348
15 A.J. Pollock - 4,221
11 Alex Gordon - 4,143
12 Jean Segura - 4,052
93 Evan Gattis - 3,990
9 Jackie Bradley Jr. - 3,959
8 Russell Martin - 3,953
2 Joe Panik - 3,650
3 Nick Castellanos - 3,639
5 Ian Happ - 3,042
6 Nick Markakis - 2,678

 

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Trey Treutel is an Ole Miss grad and a lifelong sports fanatic. He is a huge fan of the NBA and NFL, as well as soccer, college basketball and college football. As a kid, he collected football and basketball cards. In more recent years, he started collecting basketball cards again on a whim and has since expanded to other sports and entertainment options. Find Trey on Twitter at @datreute or Google+.

User Reviews

  1. Does anyone know if they will be releasing the print runs on these at weeks end?

  2. How about the retired Set? Dead Set?

    What’s next?

  3. How is the print run different among the 3 cards? I thought they were purchased together.

  4. Each week has a three-card bundle for $14.99 or you can purchase a card individually for $7.99.

  5. I’m not a huge collector but having these cards to look forward to each week is awesome. One of a kind set that i feel alot of thought and effort is put i to into it since its only 3 players a week 156 a year. Classic boarder design with the vintage style backs are so smooth looking with the original artwork. Following the lowest print run will tell you how many true sets there are, and right now i think its under 3.5k. Crazy thinking that there will be that few of full sets for something that can run forever.

    Trey can you tell me what pt size these cards are considered?

  6. The Living Set cards are printed on 16pt vintage trading card stock.

  7. Love the idea of the set and the look of the cards. A few early production hiccups as far as production quality on Topps end, but hopefully that will be ironed-out soon. Really looking forward to seeing more HOFers, Retired Players and gotta have some RC’s!!!! GREAT SET!

  8. I really like the idea of the set, but I’ve received my first three and the Castellanos card has some notable printing issues. The store I am purchasing from also had to return the Hoskins card for the same reason. Anyone else experiencing these problems?

  9. Great set! As mentioned above a lot of thought and effort went into the design of the set. I hope they limit the number of retired players as I look more forward to current players and hopefully rookies.

    I do wish it was a thicker card stock but understand why they went with the 16pt vintage as it was the thickness of the set in the 50s.

  10. love this set…if the card stock was thicker it’d be even better, but they look great and different from the glut of cards issued these days….

  11. Great set. But the Way they ship is awful .. so much damage to cards.

    It’s rough for many so far

  12. This is an awesome product. There’s no autos, relics, or other gimmicks to the set. Just a good base set, with great artistic photos from a classic 50’s card. The main reason it doesn’t get 5 stars from me is because I’m Canadian and Topps makes me pay $10 US for shipping on every purchase every week. I understand the market in Canada is small, but there could be a bundle type of shipment that could possibly be sent out monthly at $10/month instead of $40.

  13. I love the idea behind this and the card designs look great!

  14. I was hesitant at first, but I really love the design and simplicity of the set. Is this going to be released each week indefinitely or will production pause during offseason?

  15. These 2018 Topps Living Set cards are an absolute beautiful piece of artwork on a baseball card. I’ve collected every card released to date & now waiting on the latest ones in Hedges, Scherzer, Buehler, & Haniger to arrive.

    Bought some on eBay & some on Topps. I’ve found out that if you wait a few days to a couple of weeks after release of each Living Card/Set eBay sellers seem to have them a bit cheaper than buying directly from Topps.

    However, I should note that some sellers of these Living Sets/Cards are having problems receiving the cards in a timely fashion from Topps.

    I had this happen to me on the Ronald Acuna card. The seller in which I purchased the card from on eBay listed a timeframe to ship/receive the card but Topps was very late in getting his Acuna Living Set cards to him.

    Therefore I was waiting weeks & weeks before I finally received the Acuna card from him. He did send me one that was best centered & in a magnetic case for my troubles even though it wasn’t his fault. Thanks.

  16. Beautiful art. 1953 Topps design is one of my all time favorites. Really like the concept.

  17. I really love this set, gives me something new to look forward to every week. The cards are classy and the set is manageable. Current sets are difficult to build a master set beyond the base set. The print runs are low making all the cards in the set truly limited. I haven’t got any damaged cards. I will continue this set for as long as I can.

  18. Wish I started collecting the first week this set released. Huge fan of the artwork and I like having something to look forward to in the mail every week.

  19. I still cannot believe that scooter gennett hasn’t been put in to any of Topps subset cards!?

  20. I wish I started collecting the set from the 1st two or three weeks. those weeks are going to be tough to get, plus they are a bit expensive. I have all weeks starting with card #20 so my set will more likely be incomplete. picking up a few that I need.
    a couple of things that I would like to know is will this set continue through the off season(November through February).
    will the players that just had cards, will they be getting a new card and what if they go to another team like Murphy, Ramirez. I’m sure those fans would like to get them in their new unis b4 they get to a new team again.

  21. No word on if the set runs 52 weeks a year or if there is an offseason. All players are eligible for one card per team, so any trades open them back up for being used again. However, given how many players remain, it is probably a bit early to expect repeat players already.

  22. Trey, I think Topps said they are running this Living Set 52 weeks out if the year, Wow can you imagine how many cards we would have after 2 years of collecting and I do not see the price rising for the full set.

  23. Curious when the print runs will drop again. Bulk purchasers reselling on eBay are driving up numbers

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