2017 Topps Now Baseball Cards Tell Season’s Story

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By Ryan Cracknell | Hobby Editor

2017 Topps Now Baseball sees print-on-demand cards return for a second season. And while much of the concept remains the same, some changes show the line is evolving.

The foundation of 2017 Topps Now Baseball looks to be the same as 2016. As big and memorable events happen, new cards are made and released the following day. Sold on the Topps website, the main set has a sales window of just 24 hours. This can vary, though, for special releases.

By doing new cards daily, the set takes on a storytelling approach, weaving in dramatic moments and milestones as they happen.

The cost remains $9.99 for single cards with significant discounts for bulk orders of five, ten and 20 copies of the same cards. So while the program is direct from Topps to the consumer, it allows a way for hobby shop owners to cater to their local market. A handful of people also sell singles on eBay shortly after Topps lists them, often for a small discount versus buying one copy through Topps.

2017 Topps Now Baseball launched with special Road to Opening Day team sets. Sold during Spring Taining, each starts with 15 cards and has the opportunity to grow based on potential in-season achievements. The set also gave collectors a first look at the 2017 design.

Once Opening Day arrived, the main set started with Evan Longoria topping the checklist after he hit the first home run of the season.

Highest Print Runs

To date, here are the five 2017 Topps Now cards with the highest print runs.

  1. Aaron Judge #238 – 8,623
  2. Derek Jeter #147 -7,791
  3. Derek Jeter #148 – 5,751
  4. Cody Bellinger #270 – 3,525
  5. Albert Pujols #217 – 3,177

Smallest Print Runs

On the opposite end of the spectrum, here are the five cards offered so far that were ordered in the smallest numbers (from main base cards, not autographs, relics and other special editions).

  1. Khris Davis #257 – 138
  2. Jimmy Nelson #265 – 140
  3. Corey Knebel #278 – 140
  4. Elvis Andrus #74 – 143
  5. Cameron Maybin #232 – 143

2017 Topps Now Golden Tickets

One of the new additions to 2017 Topps Now are Golden Tickets. These are inserted in packs of 2017 Topps Series 1 and Series 2 and are good for specially stamped parallels of the daily cards.

2017 Topps Now Golden Ticket

Each day of the 2017 MLB regular season has a special Golden Ticket card. On the back is a specific date. Series 1 covers Opening Day on April 2 through to July 9, the start of the All-Star Break. 2017 Topps Series 2 Golden Tickets tackle the second half of the season from July 14 to October 1.

The back of each 2017 Topps Now Golden Ticket has a specific date. If you have the card from that day, you get that day’s cards. That could mean multiple cards if it’s an eventful day. The stamped parallels are also one-of-ones. Understandably, the tickets have been fetching strong asking prices on eBay when they’re listed.

Pulling one of the Golden Tickets isn’t easy. They’re inserted 1:21,856 Series 1 hobby packs and 1:4,444 hobby jumbo. 2017 Topps Series 1 has a total of 99 Golden Tickets. Series 2 is slated to have 80.

According the to official rules, there’s also a No Purchase Necessary option. By sending in your name, address and contact information on an index card, you can have a chance at one of the Golden Tickets. These requests can be sent to:

The Topps Company
Topps Now Golden Ticket Promotion NPN
1 Whitehall Street
New York, NY 10004

Topps has additional Topps Now Golden Ticket details posted on their blog.

Team Reserve

For team collectors, Topps has introduced a subscription service of sorts for 2017 Topps Now Baseball called Team Reserve. In a nutshell, you buy the next three, five or ten cards of the team of your choice. So when cards are released, you’ll automatically have them sent to you and you won’t have to worry about the short sales window.

In additional to being able to reserve the cards, collectors can also pick how many copies of each that they want.

Single- and multi-player cards count in the Team Reserve program.

Main Checklist

2017 Topps Now Baseball Checklist and Print Runs

The 2017 Topps Now Baseball checklist will evolve throughout the season. Print runs for individual cards will be added as they’re announced. If you missed a card, click on the links to see what’s available on eBay.

Parallels:

• Golden Ticket – 1/1

1 Evan Longoria, Tampa Bay Rays – First Home Run of the 2017 Season (April 2) – 391
2 Madison Bumgarner, San Francisco Giants – First Pitcher Ever to Hit 2 HRs on Opening Day (April 2) – 810
3 Chris Owings, Arizona Diamondbacks – Walk-Off Single Caps Off Comeback Win on Opening Day (April 2) – 305
4 Carlos Martinez/Bob Gibson, St. Louis Cardinals – Last Two Cardinals Pitchers with 10Ks on Opening Day (April 2) – 341
5 Randal Grichuk, St. Louis Cardinals – Walk-Off Hit Stymies Late Comeback Attempt by the Cubs (April 2) – 259
6 Bryce Harper, Washington Nationals – Fifth Opening Day HR Under Age 25 Is Most Since 1920 (April 3) – 552
7 Andrew Benintendi, Boston Red Sox – Youngest in Club History with 3 RBI on Opening Day (April 3) – 1,519
8 Manny Machado, Baltimore Orioles – Incredible Defensive Play in the 11th Helps Orioles Win (April 3) – 321
9 Mark Trumbo, Baltimore Orioles – Walk-Off HR in the 11th Seals a 3-2 Win on Opening Day (April 3) – 276
10 JaCoby Jones, Detroit Tigers – 1st Career HR in 1st At-Bat of the Season (April 4) – 488
11 Albert Almora Jr., Chicago Cubs – HR-Robbing Catch Helps Cubs Preserve 2-1 Victory (April 4) – 473
12 Francisco Lindor, Cleveland Indians – Go-Ahead Grand Slam in 9th Helps Indians Win (April 5) – 403
13 Sandy Leon, Boston Red Sox – 12th-Inning, Walk-Off HR Wins It for Red Sox (April 5) – 227
14 George Springer, Houston Astros – Walk-Off HR Gives Astros Win in 13th Inning (April 5) – 213
15 Michael Lorenzen, Cincinnati Reds – First Pinch-Hot Home Run by a Pitcher Since 2009 (April 6) – 315
16 Rookie Davis/Stuart Turner, Cincinnati Reds – 1st Pitcher & Catcher to Debut in Same Game in Reds History (April 6) – 428
17 Kyle Schwarber, Chicago Cubs – Go-Ahead, 3-Run HR Leads Cubs to Victory (April 6) – 699
18 Kyle Freeland, Colorado Rockies – 6 Strong IP Earns Win in MLB Debut (April 7) – 342
19 Manuel Margot, Pittsburgh Pirates – 1st Rookie in Club History with 2 HR in Home Opener (April 7) – 395
20 Amir Garrett, Cincinnati Reds – 6 Shutout IP Earns Win in MLB Debut (April 7) – 516
21 Nomar Mazara, Texas Rangers – Hot Start Continues with Grand Slam, 6-RBI Night (April 7) – 234
22 Matt Holliday, New York Yankees – 7th Active Player to Reach 2,000 Hits (April 8) – 247
23 Philadelphia Phillies – Club-Record 12-Run 1st Inning Fuels Win (April 8) – 289
24 Jeremy Hazelbaker, Arizona Diamondbacks – 1st Since 2006 to Reach Base 8 Times to Start Season (April 8) – 157
25 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels – Game-Winning HR Follows Pre-Game Awards Reception (April 8) – 499
26 Andrelton Simmons, Los Angeles Angels – Behind-the-Back Tag Completes Rare 5-3-6 Double Play (April 8) – 161
27 Starling Marte, Pittsburgh Pirates – Two-Run, Walk-Off HR in 10th Supplies Comeback Win (April 9) – 330
28 Cesar Hernandez, Philadelphia Phillies – Walk-Off Single Helps Phillies Bounce Back for Win (April 9) – 249
29 George Springer, Houston Astros – 1st Hitter Ever with 3 Leadoff HRs in First 7 Games (April 9) – 321
30 Albert Pujols/Cliff Pennington, Los Angeles Angels – Late-Game Heroics Fuel 7-Run, 9th-Inning Comeback Win (April 9) – 207
31 Anthony Rizzo, Chicago Cubs – Leads Cubs Holding 2016 World Series Trophy (April 10) – 1,361
32 Chicago Cubs – Raise 2016 World Series Flag During Celebration (April 10) – 1,349
33 Anthony Rizzo, Chicago Cubs – Walk-Off Hit Caps Off Ceremonious Night (April 10) – 863
34 Wil Myers, San Diego Padres – Hits for the Cycle (April 10) – 589
35 Michael Brantley, Cleveland Indians – 10th-Inning Walk-Off Caps Ceremonious Home Opener (April 11) – 216
36 Yoenis Cespedes, New York Mets – 3-HR Game Powers Huge Offensive Outburst (April 11) – 665
37 George Springer, Houston Astros – 4 Lead-Off HRs in 1st 9 Games Seets Another Record (April 11) – 260
38 Carlos Perez, Los Angeles Angels – Walk-Off Squeeze Play Finishes Big Comeback Win (April 11) – 237
39 Trey Mancini, Baltimore Orioles – 1st Player in Club History with 5 HRs in 1st 10 Games (April 12) – 463
40 Chicago Cubs – Receive 2016 World Series Championship Rings (April 12) – 1,809
41 Luis Severino, New York Yankees – Youngest Yankees RHP in Over 100 Years with 11 Ks (April 13) – 336
42 Travis d’Arnaud, New York Mets – 16th-Inning Blast Gives Mets Late Books (April 14) – 354
43 Daniel Murphy, Washington Nationals – Walk-Off Double Wins It in the 10th Inning (April 14) – 230
44 Atlanta Braves – SunTrust Park Opens with Win in 1st Official Game (April 14) – 488
45 Willy Garcia/Leury Garcia/Avsail Garcia, Chicago White Sox – 1st Trio to Start for an MLB Team with the Same Last Name (April 14) – 187
46 J.T. Realmuto, Miami Marlins – Walk-Off Double Sends Marlins Home with Win (April 14) – 152
47 Jackie Robinson Day – 70th Anniversary of Breaking the Color Barrier (April 15) – 442
48 Jackie Robinson, Brooklyn Dodgers – Statue Unveiled at Dodger Stadium (April 15) – 461
49 Ervin Santana, Minnesota Twins – Hurls Complete Game, One-Hit Shutout Gem (April 15) – 217
50 Kendrys Morales, Toronto Blue Jays B- lasts Walk-Off Home Run, Snaps Losing Skid (April 15) – 174
51 Chris Sale, Boston Red Sox – Strikes Out 12 in 1st Win with Red Sox (April 15) – 320
52 Tyler Chatwood, Colorado Rockies – Throws Complete-Game Shutout Against Giants (April 15) – 218
53 Trey Mancini/Craig Gentry/Manny Machado, Baltimore Orioles – “Lucky Bat” Helps Mancini and Teammates Go Deep (April 16) – 397
54 J.T. Riddle, Miami Marlins – Pinch-Hit, Walk-Off HR Marks 1st Career Longball (April 16) – 293
55 Bryce Harper, Washington Nationals – Come-from-Behind, Walk-Off HR Caps 2-HR Game (April 16) – 690
56 Alcides Escobar, Kansas City Royals – Walk-Off Single Breaks Scoreless Tie in the Ninth (April 16) – 232
57 Nelson Cruz, Seattle Mariners – Walk-Off Single Caps Off Comeback Win in the Ninth (April 16) – 171
58 Adam Wainwright, St. Louis Cardinals – 2nd Pitcher in Club History with 1,500 Career Ks (April 16) – 275
59 Dansby Swanson, Atlanta Braves – 1st Career Walk-Off in SunTrust Park History (April 17) – 916
60 Eric Thames, Milwaukee Brewers – Fifth Straight Game with HR Ties Franchise Record (April 17) – 254
61 Ichiro, Miami Marlins – Mariners Honor Ichiro in Return to Safeco Field (April 17) – 539
62 Addison Russell, Chicago Cubs – 1st Career Walk-Off HR Propels Cubs to 7-4 Win (April 19) – 752
63 Ichiro, Miami Marlins – HR in Finale at Safeco Field Comes Amid Ovation (April 19) – 824
64 Bryce Harper, Washington Nationals – Grand Slam & Solo Shot Fuel a 4-for-4 Outburst (April 19) – 554
65 Jay Bruce, New York Mets – 2 Go-Ahead HRs Provide All 5 Runs in Comeback Win (April 19) – 406
66 Chris Sale/Mookie Betts, Boston Red Sox – 13-K Gem and Bases-Clearing, Go-Ahead Double Fuel Win (April 20) – 357
67 Delino DeShields, Texas Rangers – Walk-Off Single Breaks Scoreless Tie in the 13th Inning (April 20) – 235
68 Noah Syndergaard, New York Mets – MLB Record 30 Ks, 0 BBs Over 1st 4 Starts of Season (April 20) – 709
69 Anthony Rizzo/Kris Bryant, Chicago Cubs – Game-Tying HR and Go-Ahead Sac Fly Fuel 11th-Inning Win (April 21) – 765
70 Joey Gallo, Texas Rangers – Longest & Hardest HR of 2017 Comes in 2-HR Game (April 21) – 195
71 Corey Kluber, Cleveland Indians – Complete-Game Shutout Leads Indians to 3-0 Win (April 21) – 218
72 Trevor Story/Charlie Blackmon, Colorado Rockies – Grand Slam & Inside-the-Park HR in One Inning: 1st in NL Since 1950 (April 21) – 265
73 Maikel Franco, Philadelphia Phillies – Walk-Off Hit Provides Comeback Win in the 10th (April 22) – 239
74 Elvis Andrus, Texas Rangers – Walk-Off Single Caps Off 2-1 Victory in the 9th (April 22) – 143
75 David Peralta, Arizona Diamondbacks – 1st Player in Club History with 4 Doubles in 1 Game (April 22) – 168
76 Cesar Hernandez/Aaron Altherr/Odubel Herrera, Philadelphia Phillies – 1st Back-to-Back-to-Back HRs for Phillies Since 2008 (April 23) – 316
77 Andrew Benintendi, Boston Red Sox – Youngest in Red Sox History to Go 5-for-5 Since 1967 (April 23) – 1,603
78 Albert Pujols, Los Angeles Angels – 1,832 Career RBI, Most by Dominican-Born Player (April 23) – 279
79 Eric Thames, Milwaukee Brewers – 2-HR Game Gives Him League-Leading 10 HRs (April 24) – 307
80 Christian Arroyo, San Francisco Giants – Top Prospect Makes MLB Debut (April 24) – 1,116
81 Josh Reddick, Houston Astros – HR-Robbing Catch Helps Astros Earn a Victory (April 25) – 279
82 Chris Coghlan, Toronto Blue Jays – Incredible, Head-First Leap Over Molina Takes the Lead (April 25) – 847
83 Trea Turner, Washington Nationals – Hits for the Cycle, And Notches Career-High 7 RBI (April 25) – 702
84 Mike Trout/Kole Calhoun, Los Angeles Angels – Game-Tying HR in 10th and Walk-Off Single in 11th Provide 2-1 Win (April 25) – 356
85 Cody Bellinger, Los Angeles Dodgers – Top Prospect Makes MLB Debut, Records 1st Career Hit (April 25) – 1,555
86 Gift Ngoepe, Pittsburgh Pirates – 1st African-Born MLB Player Singles in 1st At Bat (April 26) – 754
87 Aaron Judge, New York Yankees – HR & Diving Catch Into the Stands Caps 25th Birthday (April 26) – 2,151
88 Matt Carpenter, St. Louis Cardinals – Walk-Off Grand Slam in the 11th Inning (April 27) – 223
89 Masahiro Tanaka, New York Yankees – Records First “Maddux” of the 2017 Season (April 27) – 627
90 Manny Machado, Baltimore Orioles – 470-Foot HR Marks Longest of 2017 Season (April 28) – 310
91 Aaron Judge, New York Yankees – Most HR (9) by Yankees Player Under 25 in April (April 28) – 1,101
92 Starlin Castro/Matt Holliday, New York Yankees – Game-Tying HR in 9th, Walk-Off HR in 10th Cap Off 8-Run Comeback Win (April 28) – 423
93 Albert Pujols, Los Angeles Angels – Moves Into 15th Place on All-Time RBI List with 1,838 (April 28) – 284
94 Aaron Judge, New York Yankees – 10th HR Ties All-Time Rookie Record for Most in April (April 29) – 1,262
95 Matt Kemp, Atlanta Braves – 3-Homer Game Powers 11-3 Victory (April 29) – 202
96 Ivan Nova, Pittsburgh Pirates – “Maddux” CG Shutout Fuels 4-0 Victory (April 29) – 284
97 Carlos Gomez, Texas Rangers – Hits for the Cycle for the Second Time in His Career (April 29) – 201
98 Yasiel Puig/Cody Bellinger/Justin Turner/Adrian Gonzalez, Los Angeles Dodgers – Game-Tying Back-to-Back-to-Back HRs Set Stage for a Walk-Off Win (April 29) – 587
99 Anthony Rendon, Washington Nationals – First to Go 6-for-6 with 3 HRs & 10 RBI Since 1913 (April 30) – 779
100 Bryce Harper, Washington Nationals – 4-Run Game Sets MLB Record for Runs (32) in April (April 30) – 912
101 Daniel Descalso, Arizona Diamondbacks – Walk-Off Poolshot HR Breaks 0-0 Tie in the 13th (April 30) – 253
102 Billy Hamilton, Cincinnati Reds – Walk-Off Hit in 10th Sinks Pirates (May 1) – 257
103 Aaron Judge, New York Yankees – 2-HR Game Follows Screen-Shattering BP Showcase (May 2) – 1,578
104 Pedro Martinez/Chris Sale, Boston Red Sox – Only Pitchers in Red Sox History with 10+ Ks in 5 Straight Starts (May 2) – 465
105 Baltimore Orioles – Hardy, Schoop & Davis Complete an Odd Triple Play (May 2) – 300
106 Miguel Cabrera, Detroit Tigers – 2nd Active Player to Notch 450th Career HR (May 2) – 897
107 Kyle Schwarber, Chicago Cubs – Fastest Player in Cubs History to 20 Career HRs (May 2) – 763
108 Aaron Judge, New York Yankees/Antonio Senzatela, Colorado Rockies – Named AL and NL Rookies of the Month (May 3) – 618
109 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels/Ryan Zimmerman, Washington Nationals – Named AL and NL Players of the Month (May 3) – 356
110 Aaron Judge, New York Yankees – Youngest to 13 HRs in Team’s First 26 Games of Season (May 3) – 1,114
111 Nathan Karns, Kansas City Royals – First Four-Strikeout Inning for Royals Since 1996 (May 3) – 257
112 Brett Gardner, New York Yankees – 3-Run HR Provides Stunning 9th-Inning Comeback (May 5) – 364
113 Joe Mauer, Minnesota Twins – First Career Walk-Off Home Run (May 5) – 290
114 Josh Harrison, Pittsburgh Pirates – Walk-Off Single Beats Brewers in the 10th (May 6) – 281
115 Andrelton Simmons, Los Angeles Angels – Angels Defeat Astros on Walk-Off Single (May 6) – 145
116 Cody Bellinger, Los Angeles Dodgers – Red-Hot Rookie Hits First Career Grand Slam (May 6) – 1,479
117 Adam Rosales, Oakland Atheltics – 2 RBI Single Provides Come-from-Behind, Walk-Off Win (May 6) – 189
118 Giancarlo Stanton, Miami Marlins – Two Long Homers Combine to Travel Over 900 Feet (May 7) – 203
119 Scott Feldman, Cincinnati Reds – Complete-Game Shutout in Win Over Giants (May 7) – 222
120 Ryon Healy, Oakland Atheltics – Two-Run, Walk-Off Homer Tames Tigers (May 7) – 371
121 Kyle Schwarber, Chicago Cubs – Incredible 12th Inning Catch Into the Stands (May 7) – 667
122 New York Yankees/Chicago Cubs – MLB Record 48 Combined Strikeouts in 18-Inning Battle (May 7) – 736
123 Kevin Pillar, Toronto Blue Jays – Highlight-Reel Catch Ends the 6th Inning (May 8) – 288
124 Neil Walker, New York Mets – Walk-Off Hit Wins It for the Mets (May 8) – 376
125 Jed Lowrie, Oakland Athletics – HR in 11th Gives Athletics 3rd Straight Walk-Off Win (May 8) – 223
126 A.J. Griffin, Texas Rangers – Complete-Game Shutout in Win Over Padres (May 9) – 207
127 Mark Trumbo, Baltimore Orioles – Walk-Off Single Wins It for Orioles in the 12th (May 9) – 188
128 John Lackey, Chicago Cubs – Oldest Cubs SP with 7 ScorelessIP & at Least 10 Ks (May 9) – 315
129 Cody Bellinger/Austin Barnes, Los Angeles Dodgers – Single to Tie in the 9th Leads to Pinch-Hit, Walk-Off Double in 10th (May 9) – 416
130 Aaon Altherr, Philadelphia Phillies – Hits Three-Run Home Run in Three Straight Games (May 10) – 290
131 Houston Astros – Best 34-Game Start in Franchise History (May 10) – 210
132 German Marquez, Colorado Rockies – Franchise-Best 35-Game Start Comes on No-Hit Bid (May 10) – 378
133 Matt Wieters, Washington Nationals – Walk-Off Hit in the 9th Sinks Former Team (May 10) – 250
134 Ryan Goins, Toronto Blue Jays – Bases-Loaded Walk-Off Hit Gives Blue Jays the Win (May 10) – 197
135 Mooke Betts/Craig Kimbrel, Boston Red Sox – 3-Run Home Run in 9th Breaks Tie as 5 Ks Seal the Win (May 11) – 348
136 Jake Marisnick, Houston Astros – Outfield Assist in the 9th Caps Win for Astros (May 11) – 241
137 Mike Napoli, Texas Rangers – Walk-Off 3-Run Homer Wins It for Rangers (May 11) – 200
138 Zack Greinke, Arizona Diamondbacks – Takes No-Hit Bid into the 8th with 11 Ks (May 11) – 229
139 Joey Gallo, Texas Rangers – 3-Run Walk-Off HR Completes Rangers Comeback (May 12) – 283
140 Buster Posey, San Francisco Giants – Walk-Off Home Run Ends 17 Inning Marathon (May 12) – 504
141 Nolan Ryan, California Angels/Pedro Martinez/Chris Sale, Boston Red Sox – Only AL Pitchers with 10+ Strikeouts in 7 Consecutive Games (May 13) – 503
142 Ian Happ, Chicago Cubs – Top Prospect Homers for First Hit in MLB Debut (May 13) – 2,241
143 Bryce Harper, Washington Nationals – 9th-Inning Walk-Off, Two-Run Home Run (May 13) – 564
144 Yolmer Sanchez, Chicago White Sox – Walk-Off Single Lifts White Sox to 5-4 Win (May 13) – 260
145 Kevin Pillar, Toronto Blue Jays – Walk-Off HR & Incredible Catch Seal Win (May 14) – 573
146 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels – Youngest in MLB History to Reach 150 HRs & SBs (May 14) – 1,222
147 Derek Jeter, New York Yankees – New York Yankees Retire the Captain’s Number 2 (May 14) -7,791
148 Derek Jeter, New York Yankees – Forever Immortalized in Monument Park (May 14) – 5,751
149 Alex Bregman, Houston Astros – 1st Career Grand Slam & 1st HR of 2017 Campaign (May 14) – 996
150 MLB Players Raise Awareness on Mother’s Day (May 14) – 867
151 Hunter Renfroe, San Diego Padres – Walk-Off, 2-Run HR Powers Padres to Victory (May 15) – 357
152 Bradley Zimmer, Cleveland Indians – Indians #1 Prospect Makes MLB Debut (May 16) – 1,204
153 Ian Happ, Chicago Cubs – In 3rd Game, HR in Cleanup Spot Sets Club Record (May 16) – 1,447
154 Chris Davis, Baltimore Orioles – Home Runs in 12th & 13th Leads Orioles to Victory (May 16) – 292
155 Yu Darvish, Texas Rangers – Fastest Japanese & Rangers Player to 50 Wins (May 16) – 370
156 Albert Pujols, Los Angeles Angels – Walk-Off Hit in the 11th Wins It for the Angels (May 16) – 295
157 Kevin Kiermaier, Tampa Bay Rays – Spectacular, Game-Ending Grab at the Wall Steals HR (May 17) – 235
158 Jose Altuve, Houston Astros – First Player Since 2005 with 2-Double & 2-Triple Game (May 17) – 263
159 Chris Herrmann, Arizona Diamondbacks – 1st Career Walk-Off HR in 11th Caps Series Sweep (May 17) – 220
160 Jose Berrios, Minnesota Twins – Youngest Twins Pitcher with 10 K Game Since 2006 (May 18) – 293
161 Marcus Stroman, Toronto Blue Jays – 1st Career HR & 2nd Pitcher in Club History to Hit HR (May 18) – 323
162 Guillermo Heredia, Seattle Mariners – Walk-Off Pinch Hit in 9th Wins It for Mariners (May 18) – 256
163 Texas Rangers – Napoli and Gallo HRs Power 10th Straight Victory (May 19) – 185
164 Anthony Alford, Toronto Blue Jays – Blue Jays No. 3 Prospect Makes MLB Debut (May 19) – 371
165 Wellington Castillo, Baltimore Orioles – 2 HR Game Capped with Walk-Off in the 10th (May 19) – 181
166 Chris Sale, Boston Red Sox – 10 Ks in MLB Record-Tying 8th Straight Game (May 19) – 379
167 Mark Canha, Oakland Athletics – 10th-Inning HR Provides 3-2 Walk-Off Victory (May 19) – 181
168 Aaron Judge, New York Yankees – Fastest Rookie to Hit 15 HRs in a Season Since 1987 (May 20) – 1,524
169 Alex Avila/Miguel Cabrera/J.D. Martinez, Detroit Tigers – Back-to-Back-to-Back Home Runs in 1st Fuel Tigers Win (May 20) – 311
170 Jose Reyes, New York Mets – 1st-Inning Single Marks 2,000th Career Hit (May 20) – 447
171 Aaron Judge, New York Yankees – Amazing Catch in 6th Inning Preserves One-Run Lead (May 21) – 2,493
172 Adam Jones, Baltimore Orioles – Most Career HRs at Oriole Park at Camden Yards (May 22) – 297
173 Zack Greinke, Arizona Diamondbacks – Dominant 12-Strikeout, One-Run Outing Over 8 2/3 IP (May 22) – 190
174 Ervin Santana, Minnesota Twins – Complete Game, 2-Hit Shutout Win for Twins (May 23) – 163
175 Michael Conforto, New York Mets – Three 1st-Inning RBI in Leadoff Spot Sets Club Record (May 23) – 683
176 Jon Lester, Chicago Cubs – 10-Strikeout Complete Game Leads Cubs to Victory (May 23) – 378
177 Jose Canseco, Oakland Athletics/Jose Abreu, Chicago White Sox/Yoenis Cespedes, New York Mets – Only Cuban-Born Players with 100+ HRs in 1st 4 MLB Seasons (May 23) – 307
178 Matt Adams, Atlanta Braves – Walk-Off RBI Single Earns Win Over Pirates (May 23) – 217
179 Clayton Kershaw/Logan Forsythe, Los Angeles Dodgers – Walk-Off Hit Gives Dodgers Win to Cap Epic Pitching Duel (May 23) – 224
180 Sam Travis, Boston Red Sox – Two Hits Highlight Top Prospect’s MLB Debut (May 24) – 980
181 David Freese/Jose Osuna/Jordy Mercer, Pittsburgh Pirates – Back-to-Back-to-Back HRs Complete Pirates Comeback Victory (May 24) – 366
182 Billy Hamilton, Cincinnati Reds – Speedy Baserunning Caps Comeback Win for Reds (May 24) – 280
183 Tommy Joseph, Philadelphia Phillies – Walk-Off Hit in the 11th Wins It for the Phillies (May 25) – 203
184 Anthony Rizzo/Kyle Schwarber, Chicago Cubs – Cubs Stay Classy for 1st 2017 West-Coast Road Trip (May 25) – 861
185 Boston Red Sox – Dominant Pitching Ties MLB Record with 20 Ks (May 25) – 268
186 Jacob deGrom, New York Mets – 10 Strikeouts Over 8 1/3 Dominant Innings (May 26) – 408
187 Max Scherzer, Washington Nationals – 13 Ks in 8 2/3-Inning Masterful Outing (May 26) – 322
188 Chris Iannetta/Jake Lamb, Arizona Diamondbacks – Iannetta’s HR Ties It in the 9th, Lamb Adds Insurance in 10th (May 26) – 187
189 Chase Anderson, Milwaukee Brewers – Career High 11 Ks in No-Hit Bid, Earns Win (May 27) – 212
190 Stephen Strasburg, Washington Nationals – Dominant Outing Earns Win with Career High 15 Ks (May 27) – 363
191 Brian Johnson, Boston Red Sox – Complete-Game Shutout Highlights Red Sox Win (May 27) – 329
192 Tommy Joseph, Philadelphia Phillies – Walk-Off Hit in the 9th Propels Phillies to Victory (May 27) – 254
193 John Jaso, Pittsburgh Pirates – Ties It in 9th & Wins It in 10th with Walk-Off Hit (May 27) – 307
194 Cody Bellinger, Los Angeles Dodgers – Fastest Player in Club History to Reach 10 Career HRs (May 28) – 1,107
195 Paul DeJong, St. Louis Cardinals – Hits Solo HR in 1st MLB At-Bat as Pinch Hitter (May 28) – 617
196 Houston Astros – 11-Run 8th Inning Powers Comeback Win Over Twins (May 29) – 198
197 Andre McCutchen, Pittsburgh Pirates – Clutch Walk-Off HR in 9th Caps Pirates Win (May 29) – 302
198 Major League Baseball – Players Honor Veterans Over Memorial Day Weekend (May 29) – 539
199 Trevor Bauer, Cleveland Indians – Career High 14 Ks in Dominant Win for Indians (May 30) – 226
200 Robbie Ray, Arizona Diamondbacks – 1st Career Complete Game & Shutout in Win (May 30) – 161
201 Eric Skoglund, Kansas City Royals – Impressive 6 1/3 IP & Win in MLB Debut (May 30) – 506
202 Jay Bruce, New York Mets – 12th-Inning Single Gives Mets Walk-Off Win (May 30) – 329
203 Max Scherzer, Washington Nationals – 11 Ks Shut Down Giants in Complete-Game Win (May 31) – 289
204 Adam Wainwright, St. Louis Cardinals – 1st Shutout Win with All Runs Off Pitcher’s HR (June 1) – 289
205 Aaron Hicks, New York Yankees – 1st Yankees Player with 6 RBI & 0 HRs Since 1999 (June 1) – 291
206 Miguel Sano/Brian Dozier/Joe Mauer, Minnesota Twins – 5-4-3 Triple Play Marks 1st for Twins Since 2006 (June 1) – 342
207 Aaron Judge, New York Yankees/Cody Bellinger, Los Angeles Dodgers – Named AL and NL Rookies of the Month (June 2) – 1,751
208 Carlos Correa, Houston Astros/Charlie Blackmon, Colorado Rockies – Named AL and NL Players of the Month (June 2) – 283
209 Dexter Fowler, St. Louis Cardinals – Lead-Off HR & Ring Ceremony Highlight Return (June 2) – 292
210 Clayton Kershaw, Los Angeles Dodgers – 2nd Fastest Player to Earn 2,000th Career Strikeout (June 2) – 934
211 Miguel Cabrera, Detroit Tigers – Double in 2nd Marks 1,000th Career Extra Base Hit (June 2) – 09
212 Devin Mesoraco, Cincinnati Reds – Walk-Off Homer in 10th Gives Reds Victory (June 2) – 337
213 Los Angeles Dodgers/Milwaukee Brewers – Combined 42 Ks Set MLB Record for Most in an NL Game (June 2) – 349
214 Matt Holliday/Starlin Castro/Did Gregorius, New York Yankees – Yankees Hit Back-to-Back-to-Back Home Runs Vs. Blue Jays (June 3) – 459
215 Edinson Volquez, Miami Marlins – No-Hitter Over the Arizona Diamondbacks (June 3) – 516
216 Chris Taylor, Los Angeles Dodgers – Go-Ahead, Ninth-Inning Grand Slam Caps Comeback Win (June 3) – 336
217 Albert Pujols, Los Angeles Angels – Grand Slam Marks 600th Career Home Run (June 3) – 3,177
218 Chris Taylor, Los Angeles Dodgers/Kyle Schwarber, Chicago Cubs/Albert Pujols, Los Angeles Angels/Mike Zunino, Seattle Mariners/Ian Desmond, Colorado Rockies/Travis Shaw, Milwaukee Brewers/Matt Adams, Atlanta Braves – Seven Grand Slams in One Day Sets MLB Record (June 3) – 784
219 Justin Upton, Detroit Tigers – Walk-Off HR Gives Tigers Series Sweep (June 4) – 163
220 Houston Astros – 3rd Straight Series Sweep Earns 10th Straight Win (June 4) – 204
221 Ian Happ, Chicago Cubs – Youngest Cubs Leadoff Hitter with 2 HRs Since 1958 (June 4) – 951
222 Scooter Gennett, Cincinnati Reds –17th Player in MLB History to Record 4-HR Game (June 6) – 2,828
223 Mark Trumbo, Baltimore Orioles – Walk-Off Single Caps Come-From-Behind Win in the 10th (June 6) – 185
224 Mike Moustakas, Kansas City Royals – Walk-Off Homer Completes Royals Six-Run Comeback (June 6) – 243
225 Max Scherzer, Washington Nationals – 14-K Performance Earns Win Over Dodgers (June 6) – 230
226 Trey Mancini, Baltimore Orioles – Game-Tying HR in 9th & 3-Run Walk-Off HR in 11th (June 7) – 583
227 Mike Zunino, Seattle Mariners – 1st Career Walk-Off HR Powers 5th Straight Win (June 7) – 200
228 Chris Iannetta, Arizona Diamondbacks – Seven-RBI Game Leads to Series Sweep (June 8) – 164
229 Gary Sanchez, New York Yankees – 2nd Ever with 5 Multi-HR Games Within 1st 87 Career Games (June 8) -675
230 Bryce Harper, Washington Nationals – Vicious Swing Rips the Cover Off the Baseball (June 8) – 931
231 Rio Ruiz, Atlanta Braves – Walk-Off Single Gives Braves Dramatic Victory (June 9) – 293
232 Cameron Maybin, Los Angeles Angels – 12th MLB Player with 4 Steals & 4 Runs in a Game (June 9) – 143
233 Ervin Santana, Minnesota Twins – Incredible Performance Earn “Maddux” in Win (June 9) – 212
234 Sean Newcomb, Atlanta Braves – Braves Prospect Makes Impressive MLB Debut (June 10) – 564
235 Evan Longoria, Tampa Bay Rays – Walk-Off Hit in the 10th Gives Rays 4th Straight Win (June 10) – 178
236 Carlos Martinez, St. Louis Cardinals – 11 Ks in Complete Game Shutout Against Phillies (June 10) – 230
237 Corey Seager, Los Angeles Dodgers – First Career Walk-Off Delivers Victory (June 10) – 418
238 Aaron Judge, New York Yankees – 495-Ft. Monster Blast Highlights 2 HR, 3 RBI Game (June 11) – 8,623
239 Max Scherzer, Washington Nationals – 3rd Fastest Player to Earn 2,000th Career Strikeout (June 11) – 566
240 Cody Bellinger/Corey Seager, Los Angeles Dodgers – 8th-Inning Power Display Completes Comeback Victory (June 11) – 840
241 Lewis Brinson, Milwaukee Brewers – Brewers #1 Prospect Makes MLB Debut (June 11) – 782
242 Jameson Taillon, Pittsburgh Pirates – 5 Scoreless IP, 5 Ks Earn Win in Return to Pirates (June 12) – 431
243 Jacob deGrom, New York Mets – Gem Earns Mets 1st Complete Game of 2017 (June 12) – 397
244 Dustin Pedroia, Boston Red Sox – Walk-Off Single in 11th Lifts Red Sox to Victory (June 12) – 309
245 Anthony Rizzo, Chicago Cubs – Lead-Off HR Kick-Starts Cubs Victory (June 13) – 536
246 Cody Bellinger, Los Angeles Dodgers – MLB Record 4th Multi-HR Game in 1st 45 Career Games (June 13) – 1,418
247 Eddie Rosario, Minnesota Twins – 3-HR, 5-RBI Game Fuels Twins Offensive Outburst (June 13) – 267
248 Minnesota Twins – Franchise Record 28 Hits in Win Over Mariners (June 13) – 243
249 Andrew Benintendi, Boston Red Sox – 12th-Inning Walk-Off Hit Wins It for Red Sox (June 13) – 816
250 Eric Young Jr., Los Angeles Angels – Game-Tying HR in 8th & Walk-Off Hit in 11th Powers Win (June 13) – 197
251 Ichiro, Miami Marlins Infield Single Sets All-Time Interleague Hits Record (June 14) – 378
252 Corey Kluber, Cleveland Indians – Fastest Pitcher in Club History to Reach 1,000 Ks (June 14) – 235
253 Derek Fisher, Houston Astros – Home Run Highlights Impressive MLB Debut (June 14) – 599
254 Francis Marte, Houston Astros – Five Strong IP Earns Win in First MLB Start (June 14) – 402
255 Miguel Cabrera, Detroit Tigers – 9th-Inning Walk-Off Homer Powers Tigers Victory (June 15) – 239
256 Raimel Tapia, Colorado Rockies – Walk-Off Hit Seals Dramatic Win Over Giants (June 15) – 260
257 Khris Davis, Oakland Athletics – Two-Run Walk-Off Single Ends It in the 10th (June 15) – 138
258 Chicago Cubs – Six-Run 9th Inning Completes Comeback Win (June 16) – 326
259 Pedro Martinez, Montreal Expos/Max Scherzer, Washington Nationals – Only Players in Franchise History with 10 Ks in 5 Straight Starts (June 16) – 242
260 Eric Thames, Milwaukee Brewers – 10th-Inning Walk-Off HR Powers Brewers to Victory (June 16) – 232
261 Matt Chapman, Oakland Athletics – First Career Hit Leads to Athletics Victory (June 16) – 364
262 Brandon Phillips, Atlanta Braves – Walk-Off Hit in 10th Gives Braves Victory (June 17) – 172
263 Albert Pujols, Los Angeles Angels – Becomes 10th on All-Time RBI List with 2-Run HR (June 17) – 405
264 Brandon Phillips, Atlanta Braves – Single Earns Walk-Off Wins in Back-to-Back Games (June 18) – 167
265 Jimmy Nelson, Milwaukee Brewers – 10 Ks in 1st Brewers Complete Game in 2 Years (June 18) – 140
266 Nolan Arenado, Colorado Rockies – Walk-Off HR Completes Cycle in Dramatic Fashion (June 18) – 597
267 Major League Baseball – MLB Players Raise Awareness on Father’s Day (June 18) – 827
268 Corey Kluber, Cleveland Indians – 11-Strikeout, Complete-Game Shutout Earns Victory (June 19) – 268
269 Miami Marlins – Overcome Early Deficit for Walk-Off, Comeback Win (June 19) – 249
270 Cody Bellinger, Los Angeles Dodgers – Fastest Player in MLB History to Reach 21 HRs (June 19) – 3,525
271 Anthony Rizzo, Chicago Cubs-  Reaches in 1st PA in 1st 7 Career Games Batting Leadoff June 20 519
272 Cody Bellinger, Los Angeles Dodgers – 1st Rookie in MLB History to Hit 10 HRs in 10 Games June 20 2,257
273 Corey Seager, Los Angeles Dodgers – Three-Home-Run Night Highlights Dominant Win June 20 579
274 Kyle Seager, Seattle Mariners – 10th-Inning, Walk-Off Double Earns 3rd Straight Win June 20 214
275 Salvador Perez, Kansas City Royals – Clutch Grand Slam with Miguel Cabrera’s Bat Wins It (June 21) – 426
276 Jose Ramirez, Cleveland Indians – Streak of 9 Multi-Hit Games Ties Indians Record (June 21) – 190
277 Matt Kemp, Atlanta Braves – 11th-Inning, Opposite-Field, Walk-Off HR Lifts Braves (June 21) – 155
278 Corey Knebel, Milwaukee Brewers – MLB Record 38th Straight AP with a K to Open Season (June 22) – 140
279 Houston Astros – Fastest Team to 50 Wins in Franchise History (June 22) – 179
280 Robinson Cano, Seattle Mariners – Incredible Night at the Plate Yields 2 HRS and 6 RBI (June 22) – 156
281 David Ortiz, Boston Red Sox – Red Sox Honor Career by Retiring Number 34 (June 23) – 1,366
282 David Ortiz, Boston Red Sox – Pedro Introduces Former Teammate at Ceremony (June 23) – 734
283 Bryce Harper, Washington Nationals – Walk-Off Hit in 10th Caps Come-from-Behind Victory (June 23) – 466
284 Whit Merrifield, Kansas City Royals – 2-Run Walk-Off Double Ends Wild 9th Inning with Win (June 23) – 393
285 Ronald Torreyes, New York Yankees – 10th-Inning Walk-Off Single Seals Dramatic Victory (June 23) – 481
286 Matt Olson/Jaycob Brugman/Franklin Barreto, Oakland Athletics – Rookie Trio Goes Yard in Victory Over White Sox (June 24)
287 James Shields, Chicago White Sox – Records 2,000th Career Strikeout Against Athletics (June 24)
288 Franklin Barreto, Oakland Athletics – Goes Yard in Major League Debut (June 24)
289 Ichiro, Miami Marlins – Oldest Starting Center Fielder in MLB History (June 25)
290 Giancarlo Stanton, Miami Marlins – 11th Player in 100 Years with 20 HRs in 1st 8 Seasons (June 25)
291 Cody Bellinger, Los Angeles Dodgers – 24 HRs Most in 1st Half by an NL Rookie Since 1933 (June 25)
292 Daniel Descalso, Arizona Diamondbacks – Two-Out, Walk-Off Single in 11th Earns Dramatic Win (June 25)

Autographs

6A Bryce Harper, Washington Nationals – /99, Blue – /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Gold 1/1
31A Anthony Rizzo, Chicago Cubs – /99, Blue – /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Gold 1/1
59A Dansby Swanson, Atlanta Braves – /99, Blue – /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Gold 1/1
77A Andrew Benintendi, Boston Red Sox – /199, Black /99, Blue – /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Gold 1/1
103A Aaron Judge, New York Yankees – /199, Black /99, Blue – /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Gold 1/1
104A Pedro Martinez/Chris Sale, Boston Red Sox – Purple /25, Red /10, Gold 1/1
194A Cody Bellinger, Los Angeles Dodgers – /99, Blue – /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Gold 1/1
210A Clayton Kershaw, Los Angeles Dodgers – /99, Blue – /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Gold 1/1
217A Albert Pujols, Los Angeles Angels – Purple /25, Red /10, Gold 1/1
222A Scooter Gennett, Cincinnati Reds – /99, Blue – /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Gold 1/1
270A Cody Bellinger, Los Angeles Dodgers – /99, Blue – /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Gold 1/1
281A David Ortiz, Boston Red Sox – /199, Black /99, Blue – /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Gold 1/1

Relics

32A Chicago Cubs (Base) – /99, Blue – /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Gold 1/1
40A Chicago Cubs (Base) – /99, Blue – /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Gold 1/1
63A Ichiro, Miami Marlins (Base) – /99, Blue – /49
147A Derek Jeter, New York Yankees (Base) – /99, Blue – /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Gold 1/1

Autographed Relics

63C Ichiro, Miami Marlins (Base) – Purple /25, Red /10, Gold 1/1
148B Derek Jeter, New York Yankees (Base) – Purple /25, Red /10, Gold 1/1

Team Checklists

Here’s the 2017 Topps Now Baseball checklist broken down by team. Scroll through or click below to go directly to that team. Print runs, highlights and dates are included on the main checklist.


American League

Baltimore Orioles

8 Manny Machado
9 Mark Trumbo
39 Trey Mancini
53 Trey Mancini/Craig Gentry/Manny Machado
90 Manny Machado
105 Baltimore Orioles
127 Mark Trumbo
154 Chris Davis
165 Wellington Castillo
172 Adam Jones
223 Mark Trumbo
226 Trey Mancini

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Boston Red Sox

7 Andrew Benintendi
13 Sandy Leon
51 Chris Sale
66 Chris Sale/Mookie Betts
77 Andrew Benintendi
77A Andrew Benintendi, Autograph /199
77B Andrew Benintendi, Autograph /99
77C Andrew Benintendi, Autograph /49
77D Andrew Benintendi, Autograph /25
77E Andrew Benintendi, Autograph /10
77F Andrew Benintendi, Autograph 1/1
104 Pedro Martinez/Chris Sale
104A Pedro Martinez/Chris Sale, Dual Autograph /25
104B Pedro Martinez/Chris Sale, Dual Autograph /10
104C Pedro Martinez/Chris Sale, Dual Autograph 1/1
135 Mooke Betts/Craig Kimbrel
141 Nolan Ryan/Pedro Martinez/Chris Sale
166 Chris Sale
180 Sam Travis
185 Boston Red Sox
191 Brian Johnson
244 Dustin Pedroia
249 Andrew Benintendi
281 David Ortiz
281A David Ortiz, Autograph /199
281B David Ortiz, Autograph /99
281C David Ortiz, Autograph /49
281D David Ortiz, Autograph /25
281E David Ortiz, Autograph /10
281F David Ortiz, Autograph 1/1
282 David Ortiz

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Chicago White Sox

45 Willy Garcia/Leury Garcia/Avsail Garcia
144 Yolmer Sanchez
177 Jose Canseco/Jose Abreu/Yoenis Cespedes
287 James Shields

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Cleveland Indians

12 Francisco Lindor
35 Michael Brantley
71 Corey Kluber
152 Bradley Zimmer
199 Trevor Bauer
252 Corey Kluber
268 Corey Kluber
276 Jose Ramirez

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Detroit Tigers

10 JaCoby Jones
106 Miguel Cabrera
169 Alex Avila/Miguel Cabrera/J.D. Martinez
211 Miguel Cabrera
219 Justin Upton
255 Miguel Cabrera

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Houston Astros

14 George Springer
29 George Springer
37 George Springer
81 Josh Reddick
131 Houston Astros
136 Jake Marisnick
149 Alex Bregman
158 Jose Altuve
196 Houston Astros
208 Carlos Correa/Charlie Blackmon
220 Houston Astros
253 Derek Fisher
254 Francis Marte
279 Houston Astros

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Kansas City Royals

56 Alcides Escobar
111 Nathan Karns
201 Eric Skoglund
224 Mike Moustakas
275 Salvador Perez
284 Whit Merrifield

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Los Angeles Angels

25 Mike Trout
26 Andrelton Simmons
30 Albert Pujols/Cliff Pennington
38 Carlos Perez
78 Albert Pujols
84 Mike Trout/Kole Calhoun
93 Albert Pujols
109 Mike Trout/Ryan Zimmerman
115 Andrelton Simmons
141 Nolan Ryan/Pedro Martinez/Chris Sale
146 Mike Trout
156 Albert Pujols
217 Albert Pujols
217A Albert Pujols, Autograph /25
217B Albert Pujols, Autograph /10
217C Albert Pujols, Autograph 1/1
218 Chris Taylor/Kyle Schwarber/Albert Pujols/Mike Zunino/Ian Desmond/Travis Shaw/Matt Adams
232 Cameron Maybin
250 Eric Young Jr.
263 Albert Pujols

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Minnesota Twins

49 Ervin Santana
113 Joe Mauer
160 Jose Berrios
174 Ervin Santana
206 Miguel Sano/Brian Dozier/Joe Mauer
233 Ervin Santana
247 Eddie Rosario
248 Minnesota Twins

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New York Yankees

22 Matt Holliday
41 Luis Severino
87 Aaron Judge
89 Masahiro Tanaka
91 Aaron Judge
92 Starlin Castro/Matt Holliday
94 Aaron Judge
103 Aaron Judge
103A Aaron Judge, Autograph /199
103B Aaron Judge, Autograph /99
103C Aaron Judge, Autograph /49
103D Aaron Judge, Autograph /25
103E Aaron Judge, Autograph /10
103F Aaron Judge, Autograph 1/1
108 Aaron Judge/Antonio Senzatela
110 Aaron Judge
112 Brett Gardner
122 New York Yankees/Chicago Cubs
147 Derek Jeter
147A Derek Jeter, GU Base /99
147B Derek Jeter, GU Base /49
147C Derek Jeter, GU Base /25
147D Derek Jeter, GU Base /10
147E Derek Jeter, GU Base 1/1
148 Derek Jeter
148A Derek Jeter, Autographed GU Base /25
148B Derek Jeter, Autographed GU Base /10
148C Derek Jeter, Autographed GU Base 1/1
168 Aaron Judge
171 Aaron Judge
205 Aaron Hicks
207 Aaron Judge/Cody Bellinger
214 Matt Holliday/Starlin Castro/Did Gregorius
229 Gary Sanchez
238 Aaron Judge
285 Ronald Torreyes

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Oakland Athletics

117 Adam Rosales
120 Ryon Healy
125 Jed Lowrie
167 Mark Canha
177 Jose Canseco/Jose Abreu/Yoenis Cespedes
257 Khris Davis
261 Matt Chapman
286 Matt Olson/Jaycob Brugman/Franklin Barreto
288 Franklin Barreto

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Seattle Mariners

57 Nelson Cruz
162 Guillermo Heredia
218 Chris Taylor/Kyle Schwarber/Albert Pujols/Mike Zunino/Ian Desmond/Travis Shaw/Matt Adams
227 Mike Zunino
274 Kyle Seager
280 Robinson Cano

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Tampa Bay Rays

1 Evan Longoria
157 Kevin Kiermaier
235 Evan Longoria

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Texas Rangers

21 Nomar Mazara
67 Delino DeShields
70 Joey Gallo
74 Elvis Andrus
97 Carlos Gomez
126 A.J. Griffin
137 Mike Napoli
139 Joey Gallo
155 Yu Darvish
163 Texas Rangers

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Toronto Blue Jays

50 Kendrys Morales
82 Chris Coghlan
123 Kevin Pillar
134 Ryan Goins
145 Kevin Pillar
161 Marcus Stroman
164 Anthony Alford

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National League

Arizona Diamondbacks

3 Chris Owings
24 Jeremy Hazelbaker
75 David Peralta
101 Daniel Descalso
138 Zack Greinke
159 Chris Herrmann
173 Zack Greinke
188 Chris Iannetta/Jake Lamb
200 Robbie Ray
228 Chris Iannetta
292 Daniel Descalso

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Atlanta Braves

44 Atlanta Braves
59 Dansby Swanson
59A Dansby Swanson, Autograph /99
59B Dansby Swanson, Autograph /49
59C Dansby Swanson, Autograph /25
59D Dansby Swanson, Autograph /10
59E Dansby Swanson, Autograph 1/1
95 Matt Kemp
178 Matt Adams
218 Chris Taylor/Kyle Schwarber/Albert Pujols/Mike Zunino/Ian Desmond/Travis Shaw/Matt Adams
231 Rio Ruiz
234 Sean Newcomb
262 Brandon Phillips
264 Brandon Phillips
277 Matt Kemp

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Chicago Cubs

11 Albert Almora Jr.
17 Kyle Schwarber
31 Anthony Rizzo
31A Anthony Rizzo, Autograph /99
31B Anthony Rizzo, Autograph /49
31C Anthony Rizzo, Autograph /25
31D Anthony Rizzo, Autograph /10
31E Anthony Rizzo, Autograph 1/1
32 Chicago Cubs
32A Chicago Cubs, GU Base /99
32B Chicago Cubs, GU Base /49
32C Chicago Cubs, GU Base /25
32D Chicago Cubs, GU Base /10
32E Chicago Cubs, GU Base 1/1
33 Anthony Rizzo
40 Chicago Cubs
40A Chicago Cubs, GU Base /99
40B Chicago Cubs, GU Base /49
40C Chicago Cubs, GU Base /25
40D Chicago Cubs, GU Base /10
40E Chicago Cubs, GU Base 1/1
62 Addison Russell
69 Anthony Rizzo/Kris Bryant
107 Kyle Schwarber
121 Kyle Schwarber
122 New York Yankees/Chicago Cubs
128 John Lackey
142 Ian Happ
153 Ian Happ
176 Jon Lester
184 Anthony Rizzo/Kyle Schwarber
218 Chris Taylor/Kyle Schwarber/Albert Pujols/Mike Zunino/Ian Desmond/Travis Shaw/Matt Adams
221 Ian Happ
245 Anthony Rizzo
258 Chicago Cubs
271 Anthony Rizzo

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Cincinnati Reds

15 Michael Lorenzen
16 Rookie Davis/Stuart Turner
20 Amir Garrett
102 Billy Hamilton
119 Scott Feldman
182 Billy Hamilton
212 Devin Mesoraco
222 Scooter Gennett
222A Scooter Gennett, Autograph /99
222B Scooter Gennett, Autograph /49
222C Scooter Gennett, Autograph /25
222D Scooter Gennett, Autograph /10
222E Scooter Gennett, Autograph 1/1

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Colorado Rockies

18 Kyle Freeland
52 Tyler Chatwood
72 Trevor Story/Charlie Blackmon
108 Aaron Judge/Antonio Senzatela
132 German Marquez
208 Carlos Correa/Charlie Blackmon
218 Chris Taylor/Kyle Schwarber/Albert Pujols/Mike Zunino/Ian Desmond/Travis Shaw/Matt Adams
256 Raimel Tapia
266 Nolan Arenado

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Los Angeles Dodgers

48 Jackie Robinson – Brooklyn Dodgers
85 Cody Bellinger
98 Yasiel Puig/Cody Bellinger/Justin Turner/Adrian Gonzalez
116 Cody Bellinger
129 Cody Bellinger/Austin Barnes
179 Clayton Kershaw/Logan Forsythe
194 Cody Bellinger
194A Cody Bellinger, Autograph /99
194B Cody Bellinger, Autograph /49
194C Cody Bellinger, Autograph /25
194D Cody Bellinger, Autograph /10
194E Cody Bellinger, Autograph 1/1
207 Aaron Judge/Cody Bellinger
210 Clayton Kershaw
210A Clayton Kershaw, Autograph /99
210B Clayton Kershaw, Autograph /49
210C Clayton Kershaw, Autograph /25
210D Clayton Kershaw, Autograph /10
210E Clayton Kershaw, Autograph 1/1
213 Los Angeles Dodgers/Milwaukee Brewers
216 Chris Taylor
218 Chris Taylor/Kyle Schwarber/Albert Pujols/Mike Zunino/Ian Desmond/Travis Shaw/Matt Adams
237 Corey Seager
240 Cody Bellinger/Corey Seager
246 Cody Bellinger
270 Cody Bellinger
270A Cody Bellinger, Autograph /99
270B Cody Bellinger, Autograph /49
270C Cody Bellinger, Autograph /25
270D Cody Bellinger, Autograph /10
270E Cody Bellinger, Autograph 1/1
272 Cody Bellinger
273 Corey Seager
291 Cody Bellinger

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Miami Marlins

46 J.T. Realmuto
54 J.T. Riddle
61 Ichiro
63 Ichiro
63A Ichiro, GU Base /99
63B Ichiro, GU Base /49
63C Ichiro, Autographed GU Base /25
63D Ichiro, Autographed GU Base /10
63E Ichiro, Autographed GU Base 1/1
118 Giancarlo Stanton
215 Edinson Volquez
251 Ichiro
269 Miami Marlins
289 Ichiro
290 Giancarlo Stanton

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Milwaukee Brewers

60 Eric Thames
79 Eric Thames
189 Chase Anderson
213 Los Angeles Dodgers/Milwaukee Brewers
218 Chris Taylor/Kyle Schwarber/Albert Pujols/Mike Zunino/Ian Desmond/Travis Shaw/Matt Adams
241 Lewis Brinson
260 Eric Thames
265 Jimmy Nelson
278 Corey Knebel

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New York Mets

36 Yoenis Cespedes
42 Travis d’Arnaud
65 Jay Bruce
68 Noah Syndergaard
124 Neil Walker
170 Jose Reyes
175 Michael Conforto
177 Jose Canseco/Jose Abreu/Yoenis Cespedes
186 Jacob deGrom
202 Jay Bruce
243 Jacob deGrom

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Philadelphia Phillies

23 Philadelphia Phillies
28 Cesar Hernandez
73 Maikel Franco
76 Cesar Hernandez/Aaron Altherr/Odubel Herrera
130 Aaon Altherr
183 Tommy Joseph
192 Tommy Joseph

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Pittsburgh Pirates

19 Manuel Margot
27 Starling Marte
86 Gift Ngoepe
96 Ivan Nova
114 Josh Harrison
181 David Freese/Jose Osuna/Jordy Mercer
193 John Jaso
197 Andre McCutchen
242 Jameson Taillon

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San Diego Padres

34 Wil Myers
151 Hunter Renfroe

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San Francisco Giants

2 Madison Bumgarner
80 Christian Arroyo
140 Buster Posey

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St. Louis Cardinals

4 Carlos Martinez/Bob Gibson
5 Randal Grichuk
58 Adam Wainwright
88 Matt Carpenter
195 Paul DeJong
204 Adam Wainwright
209 Dexter Fowler
236 Carlos Martinez

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Washington Nationals

6 Bryce Harper
6A Bryce Harper, Autograph /99
6B Bryce Harper, Autograph /49
6C Bryce Harper, Autograph /25
6D Bryce Harper, Autograph /10
6E Bryce Harper, Autograph 1/1
43 Daniel Murphy
55 Bryce Harper
64 Bryce Harper
83 Trea Turner
99 Anthony Rendon
100 Bryce Harper
109 Mike Trout/Ryan Zimmerman
133 Matt Wieters
143 Bryce Harper
187 Max Scherzer
190 Stephen Strasburg
203 Max Scherzer
225 Max Scherzer
230 Bryce Harper
239 Max Scherzer
259 Pedro Martinez/Max Scherzer
283 Bryce Harper

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Comments? Questions? Contact Ryan Cracknell on Twitter @tradercracks.

3 Comments

  1. Frank
    Posted Tuesday February 21st, 2017 at 06:04 PM | Permalink

    I love Topps Now, but I’m going to be a lot more selective this year. I’m just sticking to my favorite team and 1 or 2 other favorite players. I hope Topps is also going to be a bit more circumspect in what they consider card-worthy events. Looking over last year’s cards in my collection, a bunch barely qualify as memorable.

  2. JonathanI
    Posted Wednesday February 22nd, 2017 at 08:05 AM | Permalink

    Thank goodness! Topps needed a new edition to the dozens of other obscure subsets!

  3. Joe
    Posted Friday April 21st, 2017 at 11:52 AM | Permalink

    As a collector from the very beginning of this set…it is not a SUB set, but as the article states above, the 2016 season was documented like a story in cards…it actually enhances the baseball experience for me, wonder what card will be printed and wishing my team gets a card. I think less selective is better…makes the set hard to complete but what fun. I’ve all but abandoned other card sets.

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