2016 Topps Now Baseball Details, Checklist, Print Runs — Everything You’re Looking For

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By Ryan Cracknell | Hobby Editor

2016 Topps Now Baseball is bringing cards into real-time. These aren’t digital cards. Rather, they’re highlight cards that are being printed as events and achievements happen over the course of the season.

Cards will be announced the day after a major highlight. Each is available for 24 hours on the Topps website. After that, the cards will be printed and shipped. The process is similar to the one used for the recent Garbage Pail Kids election sets.

Print runs are based on how many are sold. Once the selling window closes, the number of orders will be tabulated and the 2016 Topps Now Baseball print runs will be announced.

4 Trevor Story, Colorado Rockies

Due to the nature of the set, 2016 Topps Now Baseball doesn’t have a set checklist. It will evolve over time. Topps does not have a number in mind as far as the number of cards that will be created. If nothing major happens, no cards will be made that day. However, some days could have multiple cards.

Opening night of the season brought two cards. This first was Francisco Liriano’s dominating debut, which also included the first RBI of the 2016 season. The Kansas City Royals and the World Series Trophy also received a card.

The cost of each card is $9.99. This includes free shipping. Discounts are also available for those wanting to speculate or take stock on hand for shops. Five cards is $29.99 while ten are $49.99. A lot of 20 cards is $79.99. Starting in mid-July, Topps started offering bundles covering all of a day’s cards at a slightly discounted rate.

These are traditionally sized cards, not over-sized prints like a lot of Topps’ other online exclusives. 2016 Topps Now cards are printed on basic glossy stock.

Part way through the set’s run, autographs were introduced into the program as a surprise bonus. A Brandon Crawford numbered to 10 was the first. Ichiro followed with an autograph card commemorating his record for career hits in MLB and Japan combined.

In the past, Topps has done similar programs but not exactly like this. 2005 Topps Chronicles offered a different card each week based on the week’s events. Rather than just sports, it covered a much broader spectrum of world news. eTopps also offered online sells with limited time windows. The majority of these were more like basic player cards, but some event-based highlight cards were produced over the years.

2016 Topps Now Baseball By the Numbers

Highest Print Runs

  1. 327 Ichiro – 11,550
  2. 57 Bartolo Colon – 8,826
  3. 665 Chicago Cubs – 6,009
  4. 351 Tyler Austin/Aaron Judge – 5,250
  5. 663 Kris Bryant/Anthony Rizzo – 4,516

Smallest Print Runs

  1. 523 Chris Carter – 178
  2. 257 Chase d’Arnaud – 180
  3. 546 Marco Estrada – 186
  4. 424 Khris Davis – 188
  5. 255 Matt Shoemaker – 196

2016 Topps Now Baseball Checklist

This checklist will continue to evolve over time as more cards are released. We’ve noted the day of the event and Topps-confirmed print runs. And if you’re looking to fill in some gaps you might have missed, the links take you to current eBay listings.

1 Francisco Liriano, Pittsburgh Pirates – Dominates with 10 Ks and an RBI (Apr. 3) – 256
2 Kansas City Royals – Embrace 2015 World Series Trophy (Apr. 3) – 356
3 Bryce Harper, Washington Nationals – Reigning NL MVP Homers in His 1st AB of 2016 Season (Apr. 4) – 782
4 Trevor Story, Colorado Rockies – A Story-Book MLB Debut – 2 HRs & 4 RBI (Apr. 4) – 981
5 David Ortiz, Boston Red Sox – Starts Farewell Tour with Opening Day Home Run (Apr. 5) – 471
6 Trevor Story, Colorado Rockies – Makes MLB History; Homers in First 3 Games of His Career (Apr. 6) – 759
7 Kenta Maeda, Los Angeles Dodgers – A Dual Threat Debut for the Ages: HR & 6 Scoreless IP (Apr. 6) – 952
8 Albert Pujols, Los Angeles Angels – Delivers Angels’ First Win with a Walk-Off Single (Apr. 7) – 244
9 Trevor Story, Colorado Rockies – HR Streak Reaches 4 Games, 6 Total (Apr. 8) – 1,298
10 Brandon Crawford, San Francisco Giants – Brings Giants from Near No-Hitter to Walk-Off Win (Apr. 8) – 316
11 Tyler White, Houston Astros – Torrid Start Continues with 3rd Home Run (Apr. 9) – 1,350
12 Nomar Mazara, Texas Rangers – 20-Year-Old Goes 3-4 with a HR in Debut (Apr. 10) – 1,427
13 Chris Davis, Baltimore Orioles – Go-Ahead HR Leads Orioles to 6-0 Record (Apr. 11) – 266
14 Addison Russell, Chicago Cubs – Completes Comeback Win with Thrilling HR (Apr. 11) – 331
15 Trevor Brown, San Francisco Giants – Unexpected Power Source Clubs Two HRs, Fuels Giants Win (Apr. 12) – 590
16 Dae-Ho Lee, Seattle Mariners – Pinch-Hit, Walk-Off HR Snaps Losing Streak (Apr. 13) – 363
17 Nolan Arenado, Colorado Rockies – Goes 4-5 with 2 HRs & a Career-High 7 RBI (Apr. 13) – 268
18 Vincent Velasquez, Philadelphia Phillies – Dazzles with 16 Ks in Complete-Game Shutout (Apr. 14) – 557
19 Jaime Garcia, St. Louis Cardinals – Tosses 1-Hit, 13-K Complete-Game Shutout (Apr. 14) – 300
20 Bryce Harper, Washington Nationals – Demolishes 100th Career HR on Grand Slam (Apr. 14) – 1,286
21 Jackie Robinson, Brooklyn Dodgers – Breaks Color Barrier, Makes MLB Debut (Apr. 15, 1947) – 759
22 Chris Sale, Chicago White Sox – Carves Up the Rays for CG Shutout 1-0 Win (Apr. 15) – 244
23 Mark Trumbo, Baltimore Orioles – Hits 2 HRs in Orioles 9-Run 7th Inning (Apr. 15) – 285
24 Melvin Upton Jr, San Diego Padres – Walks It Off with 14th Inning 2-Run HR (Apr. 16) – 226
25 Masahiro Tanaka, New York Yankees/Hisashi Iawkuma, Seattle Mariners – An MLB First — Former Japanese Teammates Face-Off (Apr. 17) – 424
26 John Lackey, Chicago Cubs – Defeats 30th MLB Team, Joins Select List (Apr. 18) – 244
27 Cincinnati Reds – Swipe 5 Bases in One Inning, Most in MLB Since 2010 (Apr. 19) – 278
28 Bryce Harper/Stephen Strasburg, Washington Nationals – Hitting & Pitching Power Display Leads to 7-0 Victory (Apr. 19) – 489
29 Kris Bryant, Chicago Cubs – Paces 16-0 Win with Grand Slam and 2-Run HR (Apr. 21) – 1,644
30 Jake Arrieta, Chicago Cubs – Twirls 2nd Career No-Hitter in 16-0 Rout (Apr. 21) – 1,808
31 Curtis Granderson, New York Mets – Grandy’s Granny & Solo Shot Lead to 6-3 Win (Apr. 22) – 294
32 Jacoby Ellsbury, New York Yankees – Steals Home to Tie Up the Ballgame (Apr. 22) – 326
33 Chicago White Sox – Complete Unorthodox 9-3-2-6-2-5 Triple Play (Apr. 22) – 321
34 Brett Gardner, New York Yankees – Sends One to Deep Right for a Walk-Off Win (Apr. 23) – 278
35 Kenta Maeda, Los Angeles Dodgers – Makes History: 1 Earned Run in First 20 IP (Apr. 23) – 784
36 Bryce Harper/Chris Heisey, Washington Nationals – Harper & Heisey Team Up to Tie & Win the Game with Solo HRs (Apr. 24) – 400
37 Neil Walker, New York Mets – Home Run Wins Game & Ties Mets Record (Apr. 25) – 289
38 Albert Pujols, Los Angeles Angels/Reggie Jackson, Oakland Athletics – Pujols Passes Jackson on All-Time HRs List in 6-1 Win (Apr. 25) – 527
39 Andrew McCutchen, Pittsburgh Pirates – Clubs 3 HRs for Second Time in His Career (Apr. 26) – 524
40 Jake Arrieta, Chicago Cubs – Home Scoreless Streak Ends at 52 2/3 IP (Apr. 28) – 365
41 Yoenis Cespedes, New York Mets – Caps Off 12-Run Inning with a Grand Slam (Apr 29) – 325
42 Trevor Story, Colorado Rockies – Ties MLB Rookie Mark with 10th April HR (Apr 29) – 800
43 Ryan Howard, Philadelphia Phillies – Delivers an 11th-Inning Walk-Off Homer (Apr 29) – 280
44 David Ortiz, Boston Red Sox – Seals the Win with Go-Ahead Two-Run HR (Apr 29) – 346
45 Clayton Kershaw, Los Angeles Dodgers – Tosses 14Ks and Swats RBI Single in 1-0 CG Shutout Win (May 1) – 453
46 Bartolo Colon, New York Mets – Passes Pedro Martinez with 220th Career Win (May 2) – 298
47 Nomar Mazara, Texas Rangers – Delivers Go-Ahead Home Run & Game-Saving Throw (May 2) – 468
48 Manny Machado, Baltimore Orioles/Bryce Harper, Washington Nationals – Young Stars Named AL & NL Players of the Month (May 2) – 540
49 Justin Smoak, Toronto Blue Jays – Hits Game-Tying & Game-Winning Homers (May 3) – 252
50 Lorenzo Cain, Kansas City Royals – Completes Comeback Win with Walk-Off Single (May 3) – 280
51 Corey Kluber, Cleveland Indians – Tosses Complete-Game Shutout in 4-0 Win (May 4) – 229
52 Stephen Piscotty/Matt Holliday, St. Louis Cardinals – Piscotty Ties It, Holliday Wins It with Singles in the 9th (May 4) – 217
53 Colorado Rockies – Explode for Franchise-Record 13-Run Inning (May 5) – 231
54 Jung Ho Kang, Pittsburgh Pirates – Returns from Injury with 2 HRs in 2016 Debut (May 6) – 439
55 Giancarlo Stanton, Miami Marlins – 475-Foot Game Winner Is Longest HR of 2016 (May 6) – 259
56 Matt Carpenter, St. Louis Cardinals – Delivers 2-Run, Walk-Off Homer in 6-4 Win (May 7) – 298
57 Bartolo Colon, New York Mets – The Impossible Becomes Possible — Colon Hits 1st Career HR at Age 42 (May 7) – 8,826
58 Aaron Hill, Milwaukee Brewers – Hits 3 HRs Including Game-Winning Grand Slam (May 7) – 246
59 Bryce Harper, Washington Nationals – MLB Record: 7 Straight Trips to 1B on 0 ABs (May 8) – 1,366
60 Javier Baez, Chicago Cubs – Walk-Off HR Fuels Cubs to 24-6, Ties Record Set in 1907 (May 8) – 640
61 David Ortiz/Carl Yastrzemski, Boston Red Sox – Ortiz Clubs 2 HRs, Passes Yastrzemski on All-Time Red Sox HR List (May 8) – 851
62 Todd Frazier, Chicago White Sox – Caps 4-6 Night with Go-Ahead Grand Slam (May 9) – 367
63 Felix Hernandez, Seattle Mariners – King Felix Now King of Mariners Wins List (May 9) – 429
64 Lorenzo Cain, Kansas City Royals – Puts on a Power Display with 3-HR Night (May 10) – 362
65 Trayce Thompson, Los Angeles Dodgers – Walks It Off with a Pinch-Hit Home Run (May 10) – 566
66 Marwin Gonzalez, Houston Astros – Ends Game with 16th Inning Walk-Off HR (May 11) – 253
67 Chris Iannetta, Seattle Mariners – Delivers Walk-Off Homer in the 11th Inning (May 11) – 215
68 Max Scherzer, Washington Nationals – Ties MLB Record with 20 Strikeouts in 9-Inning Complete Game (May 11) – 3,746
69 Noah Syndergaard, New York Mets – One Man Show: 2 HRs, 4 RBI, & 8 Solid IP (May 11) – 3,670
70 Boston Red Sox – First Team Since 1950 to Score 11+ Runs in 4 Straight Games (May 12) – 363
71 Clayton Kershaw, Los Angeles Dodgers – Sets and MLB Record in 5-0 CG Shutout (May 12) – 694
72 David Ortiz, Boston Red Sox – Climbs HR List and Walks Off the Houston Astros (May 14) – 919
73 Matt Andriese, Tampa Bay Rays – Dominates with Complete Game, Two-Hit SHO (May 14) – 284
74 Philadelphia Phillies – Goeddel’s Throw and Rupp’s Catch Save the Game (May 14) – 398
75 Drew Stubbs, Texas Rangers – Solo Shot in 10th Gives the Texas Rangers Walk-Off Win (May 14) – 301
76 Carlos Beltran, New York Yankees – Belts 400th Home Run in Yankees Win (May 15) – 415
77 Danny Valencia, Oakland Athletics – 3HRs Lifts A’s Over Rays (May 15) – 414
78 Kendrys Morales, Kansas City Royals – Launches 13th Inning Walk-Off HR (May 15) – 227
79 Evan Gattis, Houston Astros – Carries Astros with 11th-Inning Go-Ahead Home Run (May 17) – 212
80 Clayton Kershaw, Los Angeles Dodgers – Continues Dominance with Another 11Ks (May 17) – 421
81 Khris Davis, Oakland Athletics – Walk-Off Grand Slam Caps 3 HR Night (May 17) – 569
82 Justin Verlander, Detroit Tigers – Notches 2,000th Career Strikeout in Win (May 18) – 794
83 Francisco Lindor, Cleveland Indians – Caps 3-for-6 Night with Game-Winning HR (May 18) – 473
84 George Springer, Houston Astros – Robs a HR with Incredible Acrobatic Catch (May 19) – 450
85 Chris Sale, Chicago White Sox – First Pitcher Since 2008 to Go 9-0 in First 9 Starts of Season (May 19) – 513
86 Jackie Bradley Jr, Boston Red Sox – Extends Hit Streak to 25 Games with HR (May 20) – 492
87 Melvin Upton Jr, San Diego Padres – Delivers Come from Behind Walk-Off Homer (May 20) – 268
88 David Wright, New York Mets – Comes Through in the Clutch with a Walk-Off Single in the 9th (May 21) – 1,014
89 Ichiro, Miami Marlins – Passes Willie Keeler on All-Time Hits List (May 22) – 551
90 Madison Bumgarner, San Francisco Giants – Wins Game for Giants on Pitcher’s Mound and in Batter’s Box (May 22) – 632
91 Randal Grichuk, St. Louis Cardinals – Stuns Cubs with Solo Walk-Off Home Run (May 23) – 428
92 Clayton Kershaw, Los Angeles Dodgers – Fires 3rd CG Shutout in Last 5 Outings En Route to 1-0 Win (May 23) – 511
93 Johnny Cueto, San Francisco Giants – Gets Rewarded with Walk-Off Win After CG Shutout Effort (May 23) – 428
94 Jackie Bradley Jr, Boston Red Sox – Extends Hitting Streak, Now Halfway to 56 (May 24) – 438
95 Francisco Rodriguez, Detroit Tigers – Nails Down Career Save Number 400 in 3-1 Win (May 24) – 386
96 Carlos Correa, Houston Astros – Hits Dramatic 13th Inning Walk-Off Single (May 24) – 536
97 Leonys Martin, Seattle Mariners – Down to Final Strike, Completes Comeback with Walk-Off HR (May 24) – 314
98 Nomar Mazara, Texas Rangers – Blasts 491-Foot HR, Longest of 2016 MLB Season Thus Far (May 25) – 996
99 Chicago Cubs – Win 23rd Straight Game Started by Jake Arrieta, Tying MLB Record (May 25) – 724
100 Brandon Crawford, San Francisco Giants – Walk-Off Hit Continues Giants Hot Streak (May 25) – 379
101 Houston Astros – Set MLB Record with 52 Strikeouts in Three-Game Series (May 26) – 357
102 Julio Urias, Los Angeles Dodgers – First Pitcher to Debut at 19 Since 2005 (May 27) – 2,992
103 Curtis Ganderson, New York Mets – Hits Walk-Off Homer in 6-5 Win Vs. Dodgers (May 27) – 626
104 Buster Posey, San Francisco Giants – Clubs a Pair of Three-Run HRs in 10-5 Win (May 28) – 577
105 Brett Eibner, Kansas City Royals – Caps Off Big 9th Inning Comeback with Walk-Off Hit (May 28) – 904
106 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels – Joins Elite Company with 150th Career HR (May 28) – 1,245
107 New York Yankees – Win Game with One Hit for 1st Time Since 1914 (May 29) – 360
108 Miguel Sano, Minnesota Twins – Homers Again, Extends HR Streak to 4 Games (May 29) – 721
109 Carlos Correa, Houston Astros – First Career Pinch-Hit HR Wins the Game in the 13th Inning (May 29) – 452
110 Jeff Locke, Pittsburgh Pirates – Tosses First Career CG Shutout in 10-0 Win (May 30) – 344
111 MLB Honors American Troops (May 30) – 699
112 Christian Bethancourt, San Diego Padres – From Backstop to Pitcher’s Mound, Flashes 96 MPH (May 31) – 330
113 Mookie Betts, Boston Red Sox – 1st Red Sox Leadoff Hitter with a 3-HR Game (May 31) – 784
114 C.J. Cron, Los Angeles Angels – Starts Game with HR, Ends Game with Walk-Off HR (May 31) – 273
115 Matt Albers, Chicago White Sox – Paves Way to 13-Inning Win with His Bat, Wheels, and Arm (June 1) – 743
116 Mookie Betts, Boston Red Sox – Ties MLB Record with 5 HRs in 2 Games (June 1) – 1,075
117 Freddie Freeman, Atlanta Braves – Ends Game with 11th-Inning, Walk-Off Blast for 5-4 Win (June 1) – 310
118 George Springer, Houston Astros – Breaks 4-4 Tie in 11th Inning with Walk-Off HR (June 1) – 320
119 Madison Bumgarner, San Francisco Giants – Hits 13th Career HR, Most for an Active Pitcher (June 2) – 479
120 Seattle Mariners – Erase 10-Run Deficit En Route to a 16-13 Victory (June 2) – 322
121 Jackie Bradley Jr., Boston Red Sox/Daniel Murphy, Washington Nationals – Named AL and NL Players of the Month for May (June 2) – 456
122 Trea Turner, Washington Nationals – Goes 3-for-3 at the Plate in His 2016 Debut (June 3) – 1,276
123 Corey Seager, Los Angeles Dodgers – Mashes 3 HRs, Fueling Dodgers to 4-2 Win (June 3) – 1,900
124 Melvin Upton Jr., San Diego Padres – Steals Home Thanks to His Remarkable Slide (June 3) – 349
125 Stephen Strasburg, Washington Nationals – Notches His 1,000th Career Strikeout (June 4) – 496
126 Carlos Correa, Houston Astros – Delivers 12th-Inning Walk-Off Single in 6-5 Win (June 4) – 381
127 Jose Fernandez, Miami Marlins – 23-Year-Old Ace Throws Another Gem (June 5) – 273
128 Evan Longoria, Tampa Bay Rays – Sets Franchise Record for HRs in a Series (June 5) – 277
129 Chicago Cubs – Cubs Reach 40 Wins, Fastest to Do So Since 2001 Mariners (June 6) – 1,278
130 Michael Fulmer, Detroit Tigers – Set Club Rookie Mark for Scoreless IP Streak (June 6) – 636
131 Rougned Odor, Texas Rangers – Completes 6-5 Win with Walk-Off Double (June 6) – 270
132 Joey Votto, Cincinnati Reds – Hits Long Walk-Off Home Run, Leading the Reds to a 7-6 Victory (June 7) – 354
133 Brian Dozier, Minnesota Twins – Crushes a Home Run to Walk It Off in the 11th Inning (June 7) – 293
134 Zzack Greinke, Arizona Diamondbacks – Tosses CG, 3-Hit Shutout for Career-Win 150 (June 7) – 281
135 Trayce Thompson, Los Angeles Dodgers – Hits 9th-Inning Walk-Off Home Run (June 7) – 431
136 Albert Almora Jr., Chicago Cubs – Flashes His Tools in First MLB Start (June 8) – 766
137 Jameson Taillon, Pittsburgh Pirates – Makes His MLB Debut (June 8) – 1,084
138 Mac Williamson, San Francisco Giants – Hits First Career Home Run, a Game-Winner (June 8) – 441
139 Stephen Strasburg, Washington Nationals – First 10-Game Winner of 2016, Third to Start 10-0 Since 2000 (June 10)  -472
140 Adam Wainwright, St. Louis Cardinals – Smacks 12th-Inning, Go-Ahead, Pinch-Hit Double (June 10) – 316
141 Edwin Encarnacion, Toronto Blue Jays – Walks It Off with 10th-Inning, Solo Homer (June 10) – 207
142 Tim Anderson, Chicago White Sox – Goes 2-for-3 in MLB Debut with White Sox (June 10) – 701
143 Buster Posey, San Francisco Giants – Delivers a 10th-Inning, Walk-Off Single (June 11) – 365
144 Matt Shoemaker, St. Louis Cardinals – Strikes Out 11 Over 8 Scoreless IP (June 11) – 216
145 Chris Davis, Baltimore Orioles – Continues HR Streak by Going Deep for Fifth Straight Game (June 12) – 328
146 Michael Fulmer, Detroit Tigers – Increases Scoreless IP Streak to 28 1/3 Innings with Strong Outing (June 12) – 658
147 Max Kepler, Minnesota Twins – Clubs First Career HR in Walk-Off Fashion as Twins Win, 7-4 (June 12) – 471
148 Jayson Werth, Washington Nationals – Down to Final Strike, Delivers Come-from-Behind, Walk-Off Single (June 12) – 326
149 Cole Hamels, Texas Rangers – Becomes 7th Active Pitcher with 2,000 Ks (June 12) – 319
150 Avisail Garcia/Adam Eaton, Chicago White Sox – Complete Dramatic 7-Run Comeback with Clutch Late-Inning Hits (June 13) – 289
151 Whit Merrifield, Kansas City Royals – Hits First Career Triple & Home Run, Fueling Royals to 2-1 Win (June 13) – 757
152 Albert Almora Jr., Chicago Cubs – Delivers Game-Winning Double in His Only At-Bat (June 14) – 738
153 Jameson Taillon, Pittsburgh Pirates – Flirts with No-No, Earns First Career Win (June 14) – 852
154 Ichiro, Miami Marlins – 4,257 Hits – Most Across Japan/MLB Career (June 15) – 2,798
155 Jayson Werth, Washington Nationals – Delivers Second Walk-Off Hit in Four Games (June 15) – 478
156 Noah Syndergaard, New York Mets – Becomes Quickest Mets Pitcher to Reach 100 Ks in a Season (June 15) – 810
157 Freddie Freeman, Atlanta Braves – Records First Cycle of the 2016 MLB Season (June 15) – 432
158 Victor Martinez, Detroit Tigers – Smacks 3 Homers in 10-4 Win for Tigers (June 16) – 336
159 Michael Saunders, Toronto Blue Jays – Swats Three Home Runs with 8 RBI in 13-3 Rout (June 17) – 280
160 Carlos Santana, Cleveland Indians – Leads Off the Ninth with Walk-Off Solo Shot (June 17) – 269
161 David Ortiz, Boston Red Sox/Willie McCovey, San Francisco Giants/Ted Williams, Boston Red Sox/Frank Thomas, Chicago White Sox – Ortiz HR 521 Ties Williams, McCovey & Thomas for 19th on All-Time List (June 17) – 1,060
162 Major League Baseball – Celebrates Father’s Day with Special Uniforms (June 19) – 431
163 Julio Teheran, Atlanta Braves – Blanks Mets with CG, One-Hit Shutout (June 19) – 291
164 Willson Contreras, Chicago Cubs – Goes Yard on First MLB Pitch He Sees in Pinch-Hit AB (June 19) – 2,404
165 Mickey Moniak, Philadelphia Phillies – 1st Overall MLB Draft Pick Signs First Contract with Philadelphia (June 20) – 2,763
166 Colorado Rockies/Miami Marlins – Combine for 8 Runs Via Solo HR, Setting an MLB Record (June 20) – 323
167 Miguel Cabrera, Detroit Tigers – Crushes Mammoth HR Out of Comerica Park (June 20) – 430
168 Justin Upton, Detroit Tigers – Drills Walk-Off HR to Cap Off a Two-HR Game (June 20) – 301
169 Kenley Jansen, Los Angeles Dodgers – Becomes All-Time Saves King for Dodgers (June 20) – 310
170 Erik Kratz, Houston Astros – 1st to Catch & Pitch for 2 Teams in Same Year Since 1879 (June 21) – 552
171 Corey Kluber, Cleveland Indians – Dominates in CG Shutout with 9 Strikeouts (June 21) – 274
172 Carlos Correa, Houston Astros – Records All 3 RBI & Ends Game with a Walk-Off (June 21) – 315
173 Starlin Castro, New York Yankees – Breaks 9th Inning Tie with Walk-Off, Solo HR (June 22) – 299
174 Cleveland Indians – First Team Since 2004 to Complete Undefeated Month at Home (11-0) (June 22) – 317
175 Yasiel Puig, Los Angeles Dodgers – Wins It with Two-Run, Walk-Off Dash Around the Bases (June 22) – 376
176 Xander Bogaerts, Boston Red Sox – Laces 10th-Inning, Walk-Off Single to Cap Off 8-7 Red Sox Win (June 23) – 355
177 George Springer, Houston Astros – Hits Triple and Grand Slam in 9-Run 1st Inning (June 24) – 298
178 Adam Lind, Seattle Mariners – Smacks Dramatic Come-from-Behind, Three-Run, Walk-Off HR (June 24) – 230
179 San Francisco Giants – 5-4 Win Sets Best 40-Game Stretch (33-7) for Franchise Since 1954 (June 24) – 405
180 Drew Pomeranz, San Diego Padres – Slugs HR and Tosses 7 Scoreless IP in 3-0 Win (June 25) – 232
181 Francisco Lindor/Carlos Carrasco, Cleveland Indians – Carassco’s CG Shutout & Lindor’s 2 HRs Extend Win Streak to 8 (June 25) – 255
182 Albert Pujols, Los Angeles Angels/Harmon Killebrew, Minnesota Twins – Pujols Passes Killebrew with 574th Career HR–11th All-Time (June 25) – 413
183 Mark Reynolds, Colorado Rockies – Launches 461-Foot, Walk-Off Home Run in 9-7 Win (June 26) – 264
184 Bruce Bochy, San Francisco Giants – Wins 800th Game as Manager of the Giants (June 26) – 340
185 Chad Kuhl, Pittsburgh Pirates – Defeats Kershaw in MLB Debut to Earn 1st Win (June 26) – 750
186 Kris Bryant, Chicago Cubs – First Player with 3 HRs, 2 Doubles Since 1913 (June 27) – 3,075
187 Texas Rangers – Mount Comeback Win in a Marathon Game to Become First 50-Win Team (June 27) – 286
188 Lucas Giolito, Washington Nationals – Fuels 5-0 Win in MLB Debut with 4 Dominant Scoreless IP (June 28) – 1,891
189 Miguel Cabrera, Detroit Tigers – 50th MLB Player to Homer vs. All 30 Teams (June 28) – 427
190 Julio Urias, Los Angeles Dodgers – Earns 1st Win & Becomes 1st Teenage Pitcher with a Hit Since 1984 (June 28) – 872
191 Javier Baez, Chicago Cubs – Puts the Game Out of Reach with 15th-Inning Grand Slam (June 28) – 651
192 Baltimore Orioles – Tie Record for HRs All-Time in Month of June with 55 (June 29) – 526
193 Didi Gregorius, New York Yankees – Caps Off 9th-Inning, Comeback Win with Walk-Off HR (June 29) – 355
194 Danny Espinosa, Washington Nationals – Hits 2 HRs and Drives in 7 in 13-4 Win (June 30) – 482
195 Carlos Carasco, Cleveland Indians – Leads Indians to 13th Straight Win, Matching a Club Record (June 30) – 318
196 Madison Bumgarner, San Francisco Giants – 1st Pitcher Since 1976 to Bat for DH in AL Ballpark, And Hits a Double (June 30) – 506
197 Carlos Santana, Cleveland Indians – Solo HR Leads Indians to Club-Record 14th Straight Win (July 1) – 410
198 Ben Revere, Washington Nationals – Delivers a Walk-Off Double in the Bottom of the 14th (July 1) – 339
199 David Ortiz, Boston Red Sox – 522nd Career HR Marks 2,000th Hit with Red Sox (July 1) – 756
200 Jose Fernandez, Miami Marlins – Smacks Go-Ahead, Pinch-Hit Double in 12th (July 1) – 403
201 Jose Altuve, Houston Astros/Wil Myers, San Diego Padres – Named AL and NL Players of the Month of June (July 2)
202 Rajai Davis, Cleveland Indians – Becomes 8th in Club’s History to Hit for the Cycle (July 2) – 316
203 Max Kepler, Minnesota Twins – Hits 2 HRs, Sets Club Rookie Record with 7 RBI (July 2) – 631
204 C.J. Cron, Los Angeles Angels – Hits 2 HRs & Sets Angels Record with 6-Hit Game (July 2) – 298
205 Melvin Upton Jr., San Diego Padres – Smacks Club-Record 3rd Walk-Off HR of Season (July 2) – 292
206 Wilmer Flores, New York Mets – Hits 2 HRs, Goes 6-6 to Tie Mets Record (July 3) – 740
207 Mark Teixeira, New York Yankees – Hits 2 HRs, Becoming 5th Switch Hitter with 400 Career HRs (July 3) – 339
208 Miami Marlins/Atlanta Braves – Play First MLB Game on Active Military Base (Ft. Bragg) (July 3) – 703
209 Corey Seager/Trayce Thompson, Los Angeles Dodgers – 4th Rookie Teammates to Each Hit 13 HRs Before MLB All-Star Game Break (July 3) – 749
210 Billy Hamilton, Cincinnati Reds – Dashes 180 Feet to Score from Second to Home on a Passed Ball (July 5) – 296
211 Zach Eflin, Philadelphia Phillies – Notches First Career Complete Game and Win (July 5) – 511
212 Giancarlo Stanton, Miami Marlins – Crushes 2 HRs, Accounts for All 5 RBI in 5-2 Win (July 5) – 254
213 Eric Hosmer, Kansas City Royals – Starting AL 1B in 2016 MLB All-Star Game – 372
214 Jose Altuve, Houston Astros – Starting AL 2B in 2016 MLB All-Star Game – 326
215 Manny Machado, Baltimore Orioles – Starting AL 3B in 2016 MLB All-Star Game – 407
216 Xander Bogaerts, Boston Red Sox – Starting AL SS in 2016 MLB All-Star Game – 444
217 Salvador Perez, Kansas City Royals – Starting AL C in 2016 MLB All-Star Game – 376
218 Giancarlo Stanton, Miami Marlins – Rips a HR in 4 Straight ABs, Reaches 200 Career HRs (July 6) – 335
219 Anthony Rizzo, Chicago Cubs – Starting NL 1B in 2016 MLB All-Star Game – 540
220 Ben Zobrist, Chicago Cubs – Starting NL 2B in 2016 MLB All-Star Game – 479
221 Kris Bryant, Chicago Cubs – Starting NL 3B in 2016 MLB All-Star Game – 726
222 Addison Russell, Chicago Cubs – Starting NL SS in 2016 MLB All-Star Game – 507
223 Buster Posey, San Francisco Giants – Starting NL C in 2016 MLB All-Star Game – 402
224 Tyler Glasnow, Pittsburgh Pirates – Top Pitching Prospect Makes Much Anticipated Debut (July 7) – 995
225 Salvador Perez, Kansas City Royals – Delivers Come-from-Behind, Walk-Off Double (July 7) – 341
226 Trevor Story, Colorado Rockies – Ties NL Rookie Record with 21 HRs Before MLB All-Star Game Break (July 7) – 1,041
227 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels – Starting AL OF in 2016 MLB All-Star Game – 718
228 Mookie Betts, Boston Red Sox – Starting AL OF in 2016 MLB All-Star Game – 397
229 Jackie Bradley Jr., Boston Red Sox- Starting AL OF in 2016 MLB All-Star Game – 349
230 David Ortiz, Boston Red Sox – Starting AL DH in 2016 MLB All-Star Game – 474
231 Yasmani Grandal, Los Angeles Dodgers – Goes 5-for-5 with Three Home Runs and 6 RBI in 10-6 Win (July 8) – 286
232 Luis Valbuena, Houston Astros – Delivers Three-Run Walk-Off Homer (July 8) – 236
233 Bryce Harper, Washington Nationals – Starting NL OF in 2016 MLB All-Star Game – 708
234 Yoenis Cespedes, New York Mets – Starting NL OF in 2016 MLB All-Star Game – 481
235 Dexter Fowler, Chicago Cubs – Starting NL OF in 2016 MLB All-Star Game – 386
236 Josh Bell, Pittsburgh Pirates – Delivers a Pinch-Hit Grand Slam for 1st Career Home Run (July 9) – 925
237 Tyler Anderson, Colorado Rockies – Hits a Homer and Tosses a Quality Start for 1st Career Win (July 9) – 365
238 Yoan Moncada – Smacks Go-Ahead HR, Earns MVP Award in SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game (July 10) – 1,452
239 Kenta Maeda, Los Angeles Dodgers – Closes Out 1st Half of Season with 13 Ks Over 7 IP (July 10) – 322
240 Madison Bumgarner, San Francisco Giants – Flirts with No-Hitter, Ks 14 in 1-Hit CG Shutout (July 10) – 386
241 Giancarlo Stanton, Miami Marlins – Wins T-Mobile Home Run Derby and Shatters Record with 61 Total HRs (July 11) – 812
242 Mark Trumbo, Baltimore Orioles – Hits One Off Scoreboard in Epic Power Display (July 11) – 263
243 Johnny Cueto, San Francisco Giants – Named NL SP in 2016 MLB All-Star Game – 307
244 Chris Sale, Chicago White Sox – Named AL SP in 2016 MLB All-Star Game – 318
245 David Ortiz, Boston Red Sox – Bids Farewell in Final MLB All-Star Game (July 12) – 4,506
246 Kris Bryant, Chicago Cubs – Slugs HR on 1st Pitch He Sees at MLB All-Star Game (July 12) – 1,025
247 Eric Hosmer, Kansas City Royals – Goes 2-for-3 with HR, Wins MLB All-Star Game MVP (July 12) – 993
248 Ron Carew, Minnesota Twins/Tony Gwynn, San Diego Padres – MLB Names AL & NL Batting Titles After Hall of Famers (July 12) – 693
249 Stephen Strasburg, Washington Nationals – First NL Starter to Begin 13-0 Since 1912 (July 15) – 555
250 Carlos Beltran, New York Yankees – 4th Switch-Hitter in MLB History to 1,500 RBI (July 15) – 337
251 Carlos Correa, Houston Astros – Scores from Second Base on a Wild Pitch (July 15) – 246
252 Chris Taylor, Los Angeles Dodgers – Hits Grand Slam As His Career HR, Adds 6 RBI (July 15) – 260
253 Ryon Healy, Oakland Athletics – Blasts 3-Run HR for First Career Hit (July 16) – 323
254 Adam Wainwright, St. Louis Cardinals – Hurls Shutout in Vintage Performance (July 16) – 272
255 Matt Shoemaker, Los Angeles Angels – Strikes Out Career-High 13 for 1st Career Shutout (July 16) – 196
256 Jarrod Saltalmacchia, Detroit Tigers – Sends One Deep for a Two-Run, Walk-Off HR (July 17) – 242
257 Chase d’Arnaud, Atlanta Braves – Breaks 0-0 Tie with Two-Out, Walk-Off Single (July 17) – 180
258 Jacob deGrom, New York Mets – Tosses 1-Hitter in First Career CG Shutout (July 17) – 775
259 Billy Hamilton, Cincinnati Reds – Steals Third, Then Dashes Home on Passed Ball for Walk-Off Win (July 17) – 207
260 Albert Pujols, Los Angeles Angels/Frank Robinson, Cincinnati Reds – Pujols Hits 2 HRs, Passes Robinson for Career Extra-Base Hits (July 17) – 324
261 Jose Fernandez, Miami Marlins – Becomes Fastest to 500 Ks, Doing So in 400 IP (July 18) – 244
262 Aroldis Chapman, New York Yankees – Fires an MLB Statcast-Record 105.1 MPH Fastball, Earns 19th Save (July 18) – 377
263 Adam Lind, Seattle Mariners – Blasts Come-From-Behind, 3-Run, Walk-Off HR (July 18) – 267
264 Josh Harrison, Pittsburgh Pirates – Trots Home After Triple & Error for Walk-Off W (July 19) – 319
264 John Harrison – Error (issued in December)
265 Jeurys Familia, New York Mets – Escapes Jam, Earns 49th Straight Reg. Season Save (July 19) – 460
266 Danny Salazar, Cleveland Indians – Records 500th Career Strikeout in 11th Win of 2016 (July 19) – 225
267 Albert Pujols, Los Angeles Angels – Smacks a Pair of 3-Run HRs in 8-6 Win (July 19) – 261
268 Leonys Martin, Seattle Mariners – Launches 2nd HR of Game with 11th-Inning Walk-Off (July 20) – 257
269 Hanley Ramirez, Boston Red Sox – Hammers 3 HRs and 6 RBI En Route to 11-7 Win (July 20) – 317
270 Major League Baseball – Teams Turn Back the Clock Wearing Retro Uniforms (July 20) – 401
271 Aledmys Diaz, St. Louis Cardinals – Caps Off Comeback Win with a Walk-Off Single (July 21) – 1,087
272 Kansas City Royals – Visit the White House to Commemorate 2015 World Series Title (July 21) – 1,002
273 Zach Eflin, Philadelphia Phillies – Tosses First Career Complete-Game Shutout (July 22) – 404
274 Miguel Cabrera, Detroit Tigers – Delivers 1,500th Career RBI with Go-Ahead Single (July 22) – 448
275 Matt Adams, St. Louis Cardinals – Delivers a Walk-Off, Solo HR in the 16th Inning (July 22) – 319
276 Coco Crisp, Oakland Athletics – Lines a 13th-Inning, Walk-Off Single (July 22) – 251
277 Stephen Drew, Washington Nationals – Delivers a Pinch-Hit, Walk-Off Triple (July 23) – 292
278 Mark Trumbo, Baltimore Orioles – First Player to Reach 30 HRs in 2016 Season (July 23) – 256
279 Trevor Story, Colorado Rockies – Breaks NL Rookie SS Home Run Record in Career Night (July 23) – 620
280 Ryon Healy, Oakland Athletics – Hits 1st Career Walk-Off with a Solo Homer (July 23) – 295
281 Ken Griffey Jr., Hall of Fame – “The Kid” Enters the Hall with Signature Look (July 24) – 1,930
282 Mike Piazza, Hall of Fame – Shares Journey as He Enters the Hall of Fame (July 24) – 1,309
283 Nolan Reimold, Baltimore Orioles – Hits a Pinch-Hit, Walk-Off, Two-Run Homer (July 24) – 295
284 Adam Eaton/Melky Cabrera, Chicago White Sox – Both Provide Walk-Off Singles on the Same Day (July 24) – 260
285 Adrian Beltre, Texas Rangers – Belts a Come-From-Behind, Walk-Off, 2-Run HR (July 25) – 280
286 Tyler Saladino, Chicago White Sox – Walk-Off Single Defeats Corsstown-Rival Cubs (July 25) – 306
287 Alex Bregman, Houston Astros – Makes His MLB Debut for Astros (July 25) – 2,310
288 Aroldis Chapman, Chicago Cubs – Star Closer Sent to Cubs in Blockbuster Trade (July 26) – 660
289 Francisco Lindor, Cleveland Indians – Caps Off Comeback Win with Walk-Off Single (July 26) – 293
290 A.J. Ellis, Los Angeles Dodgers – 35-Year-Old Catcher Steals the First Base of His Career (July 27) – 261
291 David Dahl, Colorado Rockies – Touted Prospect Hits First Career Home Run (July 27) – 520
292 Gerrit Cole, Pittsburgh Pirates – Throws First Career Complete Game in 10-1 Win (July 27) – 418
293 Angels – Trout and Co. Spoil Big Papi’s Send Off with Ninth-Inning Rally (July 28)
294 Washington Nationals – Turn First 3-3-5 Triple Play in MLB History (July 29)
295 Justin Verlander/Jose Iglesias, Detroit Tigers – Complete-Game Effort Gets Rewarded with Walk-Off Single (July 30) – 355
296 Mitch Moreland, Texas Rangers – Delivers Walk-Off, Solo Homer in 2-1 Win (July 30) – 296
297 Adam Rosales, San Diego Padres – Caps Off 2-1 Win with 10th-Inning, Walk-Off HR (July 30) – 262
298 Derek Dietrich, Miami Marlins – Records First Career Walk-Off Hit with Triple (July 31) – 258
299 Dustin Pedroia/Xander Bogaerts, Boston Red Sox – Back-to-Back HRs Seal 9th-Inning Comeback Win (July 31) – 405
300 San Francisco Giants – Club Record; Pitcher Pinch-Hits for Pitcher & Gets Pinch-Run for by Pitcher (July 31) – 389
301 Jon Lester, Chicago Cubs – 12th-Inning Walk-Off Squeeze Caps Off Six-Run Comeback Win (July 31) – 671
302 Trade Deadline Frenzy – Stars Across MLB Find New Homes Prior to Trade Deadline (August 1) – 297
303 Danny Duffy, Kansas City Royals – Fans a Franchise-Record 16 Batters in No-Hit Bid (August 1) – 479
304 Max Kepler, Minnesota Twins – Mashes 3 HRs, Leads Twins to 12-5 Win (August 1) – 620
305 Kyle Hendricks, Chicago Cubs – Tosses Complete-Game Shutout in 5-0 Win (August 1) – 347
306 Carlos Correa, Houston Astros – Delivers Walk-Off Win with 14th-Inning Double (August 1) – 269
307 Joe Musgrove, Houston Astros – Sets MLB Strikeout Record in Debut from ‘Pen (August 2) – 558
308 Carlos Beltran/Jonathan Lucroy, Texas Rangers – Make Their Debuts with the Texas Rangers (August 2) – 284
309 Jay Bruce, New York Mets – Makes Debut with the New York Mets (August 2) – 505
310 Josh Reddick, Los Angeles Dodgers – Makes Debut with the Los Angeles Dodgers (August 2) – 256
311 Scott Schebler, Cincinnati Reds – Hits Walk-Off, 3-Run HR in Return to MLB (August 2) – 363
312 Andrew Benintendi, Boston Red Sox – Makes First Career Start, Laces Two Singles (August 3) – 1,224
313 J.D. Martinez, Detroit Tigers – Hits Pinch-Hit, Go-Ahead HR in Return from DL (August 3) – 319
314 Albert Pujols, Los Angeles Angels – Delivers a Two-Run, Walk-Off Home Run (August 3) – 270
315 Bartolo Colon, New York Yankees/New York Mets – 1st Pitcher to Defeat Both Mets & Yankees (August 4) – 741
316 Jay Bruce, New York Mets – Smacks 3-Run Blast for First Mets Home Run (August 4) – 489
317 Mark Teixeira, New York Yankees – Goes 2-4 on Day He Announces Retirement (August 5) – 302
318 Steven Wright, Boston Red Sox – Downs Dodgers in First Career Shutout (August 5) – 322
319 Dallas Keuchel, Houston Astros – Spins Gem in Texas Rivalry (August 5) – 234
320 Sean Rodriguez, Pittsburgh Pirates – Solo Shot Walks Off Pirates (August 5) – 299
321 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels – Blast Number 20 Puts Him in Rare Company (August 5) – 679
322 Jorge Soler, Chicago Cubs – Returns to the Cubs Lineup with a Bang (August 5) – 317
323 Devon Travis, Toronto Blue Jays – Belts Bookend Homers to Beat Royals (August 5) – 215
324 Giancoarlo Stanton, Miami Marlins – Blasts 504-Foot Home Run (August 6) – 378
325 Andrew Miller, Cleveland Indians – Closes the Door Against Former Team (August 6) – 282
326 Jayson Werth, Washington Nationals – Extends On-Base Streak to Season-High 37 Games (August 6) – 327
327 Ichiro, Miami Marlins – Joins MLB Elite, Reaching 3,000 Career Hits (August 7) – 11,550
328 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels – Makes a Leaping, Grand-Slam-Robbing Catch (August 7) – 761
329 Manny Machado, Baltimore Orioles – Homers in 1st, 2nd & 3rd Innings in 3-HR Game (August 7) – 712
330 Miguel Sano, Minnesota Twins – Hits the Roof and Then Hits 2 Home Runs (August 7) – 588
331 Billy Hamilton, Cincinnati Reds – Swipes 4 Bags, Smacks 3 Hits, Makes Leaping Grab (August 7) – 444
332 Rob Segedin, Los Angeles Dodgers – Franchise Record 4 RBI in MLB Debut (August 7) – 524
333 Daniel Murphy, Washington Nationals/Mookie Betts, Boston Rex Sox – Named NL and AL Players of the Month of July – 540
334 Corey Seager, Los Angeles Dodgers – Sets Single-Season HR Record for Dodgers Shortstops (August 8) – 886
335 Brandon Crawford, San Francisco Giants – Ties NL Record with 7 Hits in One Game (August 8) – 522
336 St. Louis Cardinals – Erase 4-0 Deficit in the 9th Inning, Win 5-4 (August 8) – 313
337 Alex Reyes, St. Louis Cardinals – Flashes 101 MPH Heat in 1-2-3 Inning MLB Debut (August 9) – 838
338 Max Scherzer, Washington Nationals – 5th Straight 200K Season, Joins Elite Company (August 9) – 365
339 Chicago Cubs – Quickest to Reach 70 Wins in Club History Since 1945 (August 9) – 962
340 Roberto Clemente, Pittsburgh Pirates/Ichiro, Miami Marlins – Ichiro Passes Clemente on All-Time Hits List with 3,001 (August 10) – 668
341 Gary Sanchez, New York Yaknees – Launches the 1st Home Run of His Career (August 10) – 673
342 Prince Fielder, Milwaukee Brewers/Detroit Tigers/Texas Rangers – 6-Time MLB All-Star Announces Playing Career Is Over (August 10) – 369
343 Lorenzo Cain, Kansas City Royals – Delivers Knockout Blow in 14-Inning Affair (August 10) – 303
344 David Dahl, Colorado Rockies – 17-Game Hit Streak Ties an MLB Record (August 11) – 484
345 Milwaukee Brewers – 19th Time in MLB History a Team Scores in Each Frame (August 11) – 236
346 Zach Britton, Baltimore Orioles – Sets Record with 39th Straight Scoreless Outing (August 11) – 338
347 Alex Rodriguez, New York Yankees – Bids Farwell in Final Game with Yankees (August 12) – 1,394
348 Charlie Blackmon, Colorado Rockies – Launches 3 Home Runs Vs the Phillies (August 12) – 273
349 Jake Thompson, Philadelphia Phillies – Strikes Out Four Batters in One Inning (August 12) – 451
350 Cleveland Indians – Steal 8 Bags En Route to 13-3 Victory (August 12) – 262
351 Tyler Austin/Aaron Judge, New York Yankees – Make History with Back-to-Back HRs in First MLB At Bats (August 13) – 5,250
352 Tyler Austin, New York Yankees – Launches a Solo HR in First MLB At Bat (August 13) – 1,633
353 Aaron Judge, New York Yankees – Belt 457-Foot Homer in First MLB At Bat (August 13) – 2,537
354 Wilmer Flores, New York Mets – Delivers Walk-Off FC in the Bottom of the 11th (August 13) – 771
355 Mookie Betts/Ted Williams, Boston Red Sox – Only Red Sox Players with Two 3-HR Games in One Season (August 14) – 1,646
356 Aaron Judge, New York Yankees – Hits HRs in First 2Games to Start MLB Career (August 14) – 1,169
357 Michael Fulmer, Detroit Tigers – Moves to Top of AL ERA Chart with CG Shutout (August 14) – 609
358 Baltimore Orioles – Erase Six-Run Deficit, Defeat Giants 8-7 in Dramatic Fashion (August 14) – 308
359 Stephen Piscotty, St. Louis Cardinals – Launches Go-Ahead, 3-Run HR in Comeback Win (August 14) – 527
360 Bartolo Colon, New York Mets – Draws First Walk in MLB-Record 282nd PA (August 15) – 1,120
361 Anthony Rizzo, Chicago Cubs – Pulls Off a Circus Catch After Balance Beam Act (August 16) – 1,116
362 Chase Utley, Los Angeles Dodgers – Smacks 2 HRs in First Return to Philadelphia (August 16) – 4,221
363 Toronto Blue Jays – Score 12 Unanswered Runs to Beat Yankess, 12-6 (August 16) – 239
364 Jose Altuve, Houston Astros – Fastest to 1,000 Hits in Astros History (August 16) – 546
365 Noah Syndergaard/Tom Seaver, New York Mets – Syndergaard Ties Seaver for Most HRs by Mets Pitcher in One Season (August 16) – 771
366 Dansby Swanson, Atlanta Braves/Alex Bregman, Houston Astros – Quickest Ascent to MLB by Top 2 Draft Picks Since 1994 (August 17) – 923
367 Dansby Swanson, Atlanta Braves – 2015 No. 1 MLB Draft Pick Goes 2-for-4 in Debut (August 17) -1,450
368 Gary Sanchez, New York Yankees – Ties Yankees Record with 5th Home Run in 1st 15 Games (August 17) – 740
369 Adam Eaton, Chicago White Sox – Bubble-Blowing Slam Bursts Indians’ Night (August 17) – 411
370 Kris Bryant, Chicago Cubs – First Player Younger Than 25 with Three 4-Hit, 2-HR Games in a Season (August 18) – 1,861
371 Madison Bumgarner, San Francisco Giants – First Pitcher Since 1957 to Yield Grand Slam and Hit HR in Same Inning (August 18) – 489
372 Tyler Naquin, Cleveland Indians – Delivers Dramatic, Inside-the-Park, Walk-Off HR (August 19) – 729
373 Ben Revere, Washington Nationals – Makes an Incredible HR-Robbing Catch (August 19) – 357
374 Kendall Graveman, Oakland Athletics – Tosses First Career Complete-Game Shutout (August 19) – 226
375 Baltimore Orioles – First Team Since 1900 to Hit 4 HRs Before Recording an Out (August 19) – 298
376 Ryan Raburn, Colorado Rockies – Ends Game with Wild, Walk-Off Double, Run Scored (August 19) – 256
377 Ryan Schimpf, Pittsburgh Pirates – Walk-Off, Three-Run HR Caps Off 2-HR Game (August 19) – 378
378 Ichiro, Miami Marlins/Al Kaline, Detroit Tigers – Ichiro Passes Kaline on the All-Time Hits List with 3,008 (August 20) – 579
379 Carl Yastrzemski/David Ortiz/Ted Williams, Boston Red Sox – Ortiz Joins Yastrzemski & Williams as Only Red Sox with 1,500 RBI (August 20) – 884
380 Brett Gardner, New York Yankees – Snatches Away Home Run with Leaping Grab (August 20) – 310
381 Yulieski Gurriel, Houston Astros – Makes MLB Debut, Singles in First Career At-Bat (August 21) – 777
382 Jace Peterson, Cleveland Indians – Caps Off Comeback Win with Walk-Off HR in the 10th (August 21) – 270
383 Adrian Gonzalez, Los Angeles Dodgers – Going, Going, A-Gon! 3 HRs, 8 RBI in 18-9 Rout (August 22) – 298
384 Andrew Toles/Rob Segedin, Los Angeles Dodgers – Second Duo in MLB History to Go Back-to-Back for First Career HRs (August 22) – 330
385 Andrew Benintendi, Boston Red Sox – Sticks the Landing on Daring, HR-Robbing Catch (August 22) – 846
386 Gary Sanchez, New York Yankees – Sets Yankees Record with 8 HRs in First 19 Games (August 22) – 1,054
387 Paul Goldschmidt, Arizona Diamondbacks – Ends Back-and-Forth Affair with Walk-Off HR (August 22) – 294
388 Gary Sanchez, New York Yankees – First Yankees Player to Hit 9 HRs in First 21 Games Since 1920 (August 24) – 1,395
389 David Ortiz, Boston Red Sox – Becomes Oldest Player to Hit 30 HRs in a Season (August 24) – 2,394
390 Albert Pujols, St. Louis Cardinals – Passes Mark McGwire on All-Time HRs List with No. 584 (August 24) – 670
391 Yu Darvish, Texas Rangers – Smashes 410-Foot Shot for First Career HR (August 24) – 753
392 Carlos Gomez, Texas Rangers – Smacks Home Run in First At-Bat for Rangers (August 25) – 234
393 Albert Pujols, Los Angeles Angels – Becomes 5th Player to Drive in 100+ Runs in 13 Seasons (August 25) – 523
394 Matt Moore, San Francisco Giants – Hurls 8 2/3 Innings of No-Hit Baseball (August 25) – 366
395 Todd Frazier, Chicago White Sox – RBI Knock Gives White Sox Walk-Off Win (August 25) – 240
396 Bartolo Colon, New York Mets – Smacks 2 Hits for First Multi-Hit Game Since 2002 (August 26) – 492
397 Carlos Correa/Evan Gattis, Houston Astros – Hit Ninth-Inning Back-to-Back HRs for a Comeback, Walk-Off Win (August 26) – 261
398 Kris Bryant, Chicago Cubs – HRs in 8th and 10th Innings Propel Cubs to Comeback Win (August 26) – 870
399 Corey Seager, Los Angeles Dodgers – Sets Dodgers Shortstop Home Runs Record (August 27) – 1,084
400 Gary Sanchez, New York Yankees – Fastest Player in MLB History to 11 HRs (August 27) – 2,334
401 Josh Donaldson, Toronto Blue Jays – Smashes HR Hat Trick in Front of Home Crowd (August 28) – 524
402 Mark Trumbo, Baltimore Orioles – First to 40 HRs in the 2016 MLB Season (August 28)  – 270
403 The Rally Mantis, Kansas City Royals – Royals Win, Improve to 17-4 Since Adopting the “Rally Mantis” (August 28) – 1,029
404 Ichiro, Miami Marlins/Wade Boggs, Boston Red Sox – Ichiro Passes Boggs on All-Time Hits List with 2-Hit Night (August 29) – 532
405 Yoenis Cespedes, New York Mets – Walk-Off HR Lifts Mets Over Marlins (August 29) – 841
406 Jason Kipnis, Cleveland Indians – Drives in Game’s Only Run with Walk-Off Single in the 10th (August 29) – 261
407 Jorge Soler/Miguel Montero, Chicago Cubs – Soler’s HR Ties It in the 9th, Montero’s Single Walks It Off in the 13th (August 29) – 591
408 Pat Venditte, Seattle Mariners – First Ambidextrous Pitcher Since 1800s to K First 2 Batters with Both Hands (August 29) – 412
409 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels – Third Player with Five 25-HR Seasons by Age 25 (August 29) – 755
410 Manny Machado, Baltimore Orioles – Youngest in Orioles History to Hit 100 HRs (August 30) – 468
411 JaCoby Jones, Detroit Tigers – 2 Hits, 2 RBI, and 1 Run Scored in MLB Debut (August 30) – 714
412 Rougned Odor, Texas Rangers – Smacks a Comeback, Two-Run, Walk-Off Home Run (August 30) – 308
413 Andrew Toles, Los Angeles Dodgers – Caps Off Comeback Win with Clutch, Go-Ahead Grand Slam (August 31) -458
414 Jeurys Familia, New York Mets – Sets Mets Franchise Record with 44th Save (August 31) – 503
415 Ricky Nolasco, Los Angeles Angels – Turns in Complete-Game Shutout to Fuel 3-0 Win (August 31) – 278
416 Jon Lester, Chicago Cubs – Flirts with Non-No, Turns in a Winning, CG Effort (September 2) – 444
417 Eugenio Suraez, Cincinnati Reds – Defeats Cardinals with Walk-Off Single (September 2) – 223
418 Yoan Moncada, Boston Red Sox – MLB No. 1 Ranked Prospect Walks and Scores Run in Red Sox Debut (September 2) – 2,333
419 Kole Calhoun/Mike Trout/Albert Pujols, Los Angeles Angels – Open Game with Back-to-Back-to-Back Home Runs to Fuel 10-3 Win (September 3) – 476
420 Albert Pujols, Los Angeles Angels – Passes Frank Robinson for 9th on All-Time HR List (September 3) – 656
421 Kris Bryant, Chicago Cubs/Gary Sanchez, New York Yankees – Named NL and AL Players of the Month of August (September 3) – 825
422 Gary Sanchez, New York Yankees – 1st Catcher to Win MLB Player & Rookie of the Month Awards in the Same Month (September 3) – 889
423 Jason Heyward, Chicago Cubs – Ties It in the 9th, Walks It Off in the 13th (September 4) – 357
424 Khris Davis, Oakland Athletics – Drives In Game’s Only Run with Walk-Off Double (September 4) – 188
425 Lonnie Chisenhall, Cleveland Indians – Completes Comeback Win with Walk-Off Single (September 4) – 262
426 Jose De Leon, Los Angeles Dodgers – Strikes Out Nine, Earns First Win in MLB Debut (September 4) – 705
427 Brian Dozier, Minnesota Twins – Continues Second-Half Power Surge with 3-HR Game (September 5) – 306
428 Chad Bettis, Colorado Rockies – First 2-Hit, CG Shutout for Colorado at Coors Field Since 2006 (September 5) – 275
429 Dansby Swanson, Atlanta Braves – Notches First Career HR with Insider-the-Parker in 14.97 Seconds (September 6) – 646
430 Ichiro, Maimi Marlins – Delivers First Career Pinch-Hit HR with Two-Run Blast in the 8th (September 6) – 515
431 St. Louis Cardinals – Three 9th-Inning Home Runs Fuel Comeback Win (September 6) – 334
432 St. Louis Cardinals – 15th Pinch-Hit HR Sets MLB Single-Season Record (September 6) – 345
433 Kansas City Royals – Seven Runs in the 9th Fuel a Runaway, 10-3 Victory (September 6) – 314
434 Wilson Ramos, Washington Nationals – Completes Extra-Inning Comeback Win with Walk-Off Hit (September 7) – 278
435 Cristhian Adames, Colorado Rockies – Caps Off 9th-Inning Comeback with Walk-Off Double (September 7) – 213
436 Tyler Austin, New York Yankees – Hits First Career Walk-Off HR to Cap Off 5-4 Win (September 8) – 592
437 Trea Turner, Washington Nationals – Caps Off 2-HR Game with First Career Walk-Off Blast (September 9) – 754
438 Rick Porcello, Boston Red Sox – Becomes First Pitcher to Record 20 Wins in 2016 (September 9) – 381
439 Chicago Cubs – Record Back-to-Back 90-Win Seasons for the First Time Since 1930 (September 9) – 544
440 Rich Hill, Los Angeles Dodgers – Longest Perfect Game Bid by a Pitcher Removed from a Game Since 1900 (September 10) – 307
441 Joe Mauer, Minnesota Twins – Laces 12th-Inning, Walk-Off Single to Cap Off 2-1 Win (September 10) – 281
442 Adonis Garcia, Atlanta Braves – Smacks 10th-Inning, Walk-Off Single to Cap Off 4-3 Win (September 10) – 273
443 Gary Sanchez, New York Yankees – Smacks Deep Sac Fly on an Intentional Walk Attempt (September 10) – 590
444 Major League Baseball – Pays Tribute on 15th Anniversary of September 11th (September 11) – 551
445 David Ortiz, Boston Red Sox/Jimmie Foxx, Philadelphia Athletics – Ortiz’s Go-Ahead HR Moves Him Past Foxx for 18th on All-Time HRs List (September 11) – 584
446 Chris Sale, Chicago White Sox – 1st White Sox Pitcher with 4 Straight 200-K Seasons (September 11) – 361
447 Kyle Hendricks, Chicago Cubs – Carries No-Hit Bid Into the 9th to Lead Cubs to 4-1 Win (September 12) – 538
448 Ichiro, Miami Marlins/Lou Brock, St. Louis Cardinals – Ichiro Passes Brock for 25th on All-Time Hits List with 3,024 (September 12) – 561
449 Brian Dozier/Harmon Killebrew, Minnesota Twins – Dozier Joins Killebrew as Only Twins Players with 40-HR Seasons (September 12) – 483
450 T.J. Rivera, New York Mets – Hometown Hero Supplies Win in 10th with 1st Career Home Run (September 13) – 613
451 Didi Gregorius/Jacoby Ellsbury, New York Yankees – First Yankees Players Since 1957 to Hit Back-to-Back HRs Off Bench (September 13) – 303
452 Aledmys Diaz, St. Louis Cardinals – Supplies Game-Tying HR in First Start Off DL (September 13) – 482
453 Taijuan Walker, Seattle Mariners – Goes the Distance with 3-Hit CG Shutout in 8-0 Win (September 13) – 241
454 Ryan Schimpf, San Diego Padres – Caps Off 5-Run, 9th Inning, Comeback Win with 3-Run HR (September 13) – 310
455 Daniel Murphy, Washington Nationals – Hits in All 19 Games vs Mets in 2016 Season (September 14) – 410
456 Mark Trumbo, Baltimore Orioles – Hits HR Out of Fenway Park for Game’s Only Run (September 14) – 275
457 Carlos Sanchez, Chicago White Sox – Delivers Walk-Off Single to Cap Off 2-1 Win (September 15)
458 Hanley Ramirez, Boston Red Sox – Caps Off Two-Out Rally with Walk-Off HR vs the Yankees (September 15)
459 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels – 10th Player in AL History with Two 100-Walk Seasons Before the Age 25 (September 15)
460 Chicago Cubs – Celebrate Winning the NL Central Division Title (September 16) – 878
461 Miguel Montero, Chicago Cubs – Gets Party Started with 10th-Inning, Walk-Off HR (September 16) – 556
462 Jimmy Paredes, Philadelphia Phillies – Walks It Off with a 13th-Inning RBI Single (September 16) – 281
463 Jonathan Lucroy, Texas Rangers – Provides Come-from-Behind, Walk-Off Single (September 16) – 280
464 Baltimore Orioles – Bourn, Machado, & Wieters Team Up for Dramatic Last Out at Home Plate (September 16) – 272
465 Daniel Descalso, Colorado Rockies – Caps Off 9th-Inning Comeback with Walk-Off RBI Single (September 16) – 260
466 Jose Ramirez, Cleveland Indians – Ends Shutout with Walk-Off Single in the 10th (September 17) – 221
467 Curtis Granderson, New York Mets – Consecutive Extra Innings HRs Tie & Win Game (September 17) – 565
468 Jeremy Hellickson, Philadelphia Phillies – Tosses Complete-Game Shutout En Route to 8-0 Win (September 17) – 204
469 Albert Pujols, Los Angeles Angels – 4th in MLB History with 14+ 30-HR Seasons (September 17) – 316
470 Jon Gray, Colorado Rockies – Dominates with 16Ks in CG Shutout Effort (September 17) – 322
471 Corey Seager, Los Angeles Dodgers – Sets Dodgers Single-Season Record for Most Hits by Rookie (September 17) – 696
472 Miguel Cabrera, Detroit Tigers – 8th Player to Reach 2,500 Hits by Age 33 (September 18) – 462
473 Gary Sanchez, New York Yankees – Second Fastest of All-Time to Reach 16 HRs (September 18) – 895
474 Carlos Correa, Houston Astros/Alex Rodriguez, Seattle Mariners CORR – Only Shortstops to Reach 20 HRs Twice by 21 (September 18) – 442
474 Carlos Correa/Alex Rodriguez ERR (Pictures Mookie Betts and Nomar Garciaparra)
475 Ben Zobrist, Chicago Cubs – Rides Bike to Wrigley Field in Full Uniform (September 18) – 2,968
476 Rick Porcello, Boston Red Sox – Throws a 2016 MLB-Low 89 Pitches in CG Effort (September 19) – 355
477 Jose Abreu, Chicago White Sox – First White SoxPlayer to Hit 25+ HRs in First 3 Seasons (September 19) – 245
478 Ian Desmond, Texas Rangers – Provides Walk-Off Win in the 9th with RBI Single (September 19) – 280
479 Aaron Blair, Atlanta Braves – Earns First Career Win in Solid 6-IP Effort (September 19) – 309
480 Adrian Gonzalez, Los Angeles Dodgers – Caps Off Comeback Win with Walk-Off Double (September 19) – 233
481 Trey Mancini, Baltimore Orioles – 2nd to HR in Debut for Baltimore in 50 Years (September 20) – 457
482 David Ortiz, Boston Red Sox – 36th HR Sets Record for Most HRs in a Final Season (September 20) – 759
483 Mookie Betts/Nomar Garciaparra, Boston Red Sox – Betts Joins Nomar with 200-Hit, 30-HR, 20-SB Campaign (September 20) – 562
484 Brandon Guyer, Cleveland Indians – Lines a Walk-Off Single to Cap Off 2-1 Win (September 20) – 300
485 Jose Altuve, Houston Astros – 1st Since 2010 with 3- Straight 200-Hit Seasons (September 20) – 358
486 Gary Sanchez, New York Yankees – Fastest in MLB History to 19 Career HRs (September 21) – 3282
487 Robinson Cano, Seattle Mariners – Sac Fly Walks Off Blue Jays in 12th Inning (September 21) – 282
488 Asdrubal Cabrera, New York Mets – Sets Mets Single-Season Shortstop Home Run Record (September 21) – 491
489 Ender Inciarte, Atlanta Braves – Leaping Grab Robs Yoenis Cespedes of Walk-Off HR (September 21) – 273
490 Jose Reyes/Asdrubal Cabrera, New York Mets – Both Hit Key HRs to Help Walk Off the Philadelphia Phillies (September 22) – 815
491 Brian Dozier, Minnesota Twins – Sets Single-Season HR Record by AL 2B (September 22) – 324
492 Milwaukee Brewers – Three Times Two for the Brew Crew (September 23) – 243
493 Byronj Buxton, Minnesota Twins – Goes Up and Over to Rob Homer (September 23) – 323
494 Mark Trumbo, Baltimore Orioles – MLB-Best 44th HR Is Walk-Off Winner (September 23) – 299
495 Los Angeles Angels – Stun Houston with 6 Runs in the 9th, Win 10-6 (September 23) – 256
496 Jacob Stallings, Pittsburgh Pirates – Stallings Comes Up Big in Extra Innings, Pirates Win 6-5 (September 23) – 374
497 Chicago Cubs – Lockdown Home-Field for NLDS, NLCS (September 23) – 452
498 Texas Rangers – Celebrate Winning the AL West Division Title (September 23) – 345
499 Trey Mancini, Baltimore Orioles – Another Day, Another Homer for Trey (September 24) – 432
500 Boston Red Sox – Red Sox 10th Straight Win Locks Up Wild Card Spot (September 24) – 513
501 Washington Nationals – Secure 2016 NL East Title with Win Over Pirates (September 24) – 544
502 Edwin Encarnacion, Toronto Blue Jays – Two Runs in the Bottom of the Ninth Sink Yankees (September 25) – 253
503 Boston Red Sox – Set Club Record with 23 Strikeouts Against Rays (September 25) – 398
504 David Ross, Chicago Cubs – HR in Final Reg. Season Game at Wrigley Field (September 25) – 775
505 Corey Seager/Charlie Culberson, Los Angeles Dodgers – Hit Game-Tying and Walk-Off HRs to Seal NL West Division Title (September 25) – 704
506 Los Angeles Dodgers – Celebrate Winning NL West Division Title (September 25) – 433
507 Cleveland Indians – Clinch 1st AL Central Division Title Since ’07 (September 26) – 415
508 Chicago Cubs – Record Their First 100-Win Season Since 1935 (September 26) – 902
509 Gary Sanchez, New York Yankees – Ties 86-Year-Old Record for Fastest Path to 20 HRs (September 27) – 1,893
510 Miguel Cabrera, Detroit Tigers – 8th 100-RBI Season with Tigers Ties Club Record (September 27) – 394
511 Buster Posey, San Francisco Giants – Notches 1,000th Career Hit with a Home Run (September 27) – 542
512 Hunter Renfroe, San Diego Padres – Drives in All 7 Runs with 2 HRs in 6th Career Game (September 27) – 959
513 Freddie Freeman, Atlanta Braves – Extends Hit Streak to 2016 MLB Best 30 Games (September 28) – 221
514 John Jaso, Pittsburgh Pirates – First Player Ever to Hit for the Cycle in PNC Park History (September 28) – 348
515 Jeurys Familia, New York Mets – 13th in MLB History to Record 50-Save Season (September 28) – 461
516 Mark Teixeira, New York Yankees – Caps Off Comeback Win with Walk-Off Grand Slam (September 28) – 363
517 Boston Red Sox – Clinch First AL East Division Title Since 2013 (September 28) – 721
518 Hunter Renfroe, San Diego Padres – 1st Ever to Hit HR Onto the Roof at Petco Park (September 28) – 1,544
519 Hyun-Soo Kim, Baltimore Orioles – Go-Ahead, Pinch-Hit HR in 9th Provides Crucial Win (September 28) – 428
520 Yadier Molina, St. Louis Cardinals – Walk-Off Double Helps Cardinals Keep Pace in Postseason Hunt (September 29)- 332
521 Johnny Cueto/Jeff Samardzija/Matt Moore, San Francisco Giants – First Giants Pitchers to K 10+ in Three Straight Games Since 1913 (September 29) – 339
522 Carlos Rodon, Chicago White Sox – 7 Straight K’s to Start the Game Ties AL Record (September 30) – 216
523 Chris Carter, Milwaukee Brewers – 6th in Brewers History to Notch 40-HR Season (September 30) – 178
524 David Ortiz, Boston Red Sox – Opens Final Homestand with Late-Game, Go-Ahead HR (September 30) – 542
525 Texas Rangers – Clinch Home-Field Behind Darvish’s 12 K’s (September 30) – 335
526 Madison Bumgarner, San Francisco Giants – Notches 100th Career Win at the Age of 27 (September 30) – 406
527 New York Mets – Clinch Top NL Wild Card Spot After 27-12 Streak (October 1) – 771
528 Jedd Gyorko, St. Louis Cardinals – HR Keeps Cardinals Wild Card Hopes Alive (October 1) – 268
529 Ty Blach, San Francisco Giants – Huge Outing Keeps Giants Wild Card Lead Intact (October 1) – 425
530 David Ortiz, Boston Red Sox – Bids Farewell Before Last Regular-Season Game (October 2) – 2,690
531 Mark Teixeira, New York Yankees – Plays in Last Game of Career Before Retirement (October 2) – 426
532 Martin Prado, Miami Marlins – Serves As Player-Manager in Final Game of the Season (October 2) – 281
533 Toronto Blue Jays – Clinch Top AL Wild Card Spot with Win Over Red Sox (October 2) – 315
534 Baltimore Orioles – Clinch AL Wild Card Spot with Win Over Yankees (October 2) – 369
535 Matt Wieters, Baltimore Orioles – Pair of HRs Helps Clinch an AL Wild Card Spot (October 2) – 350
536 San Francisco Giants – Clinch Final NL Wild Card Spot (October 2) – 422
537 Jose Bautista, Toronto Blue Jays – Solo HR Gets Scoring Started in AL Wild Card Game (October 4) – 255
538 Edwin Encarnacion, Toronto Blue Jays – Sends Blue Jays to ALDS with Walk-Off HR (October 4) – 365
539 Toronto Blue Jays – Celebrate Dramatic AL Wild Card Game Victory (October 4) – 252
540 Miguel Cabrera, Detroit Tigers/Freddie Freeman, Atlanta Braves – Named AL and NL Players of the Month of September – 271
541 San Francisco Giants – Celebrate NL Wild Card Victory Over Mets (October 5) – 322
542 Conor Gillaspie, San Francisco Giants – Sends Giants to NLDS with 3-Run Blast in the 9th (October 5) – 361
543 Madison Bumgarner, San Francisco Giants – CG Shutout Leads Giants to NL Wild Card Win (October 5) – 585
544 Noah Syndergaard, New York Mets – Youngest in MLB History with 10 Ks in a Postseason Elimination Game (October 5) – 497
545 Curtis Granderson, New York Mets – Preserves Tie Game with Incredible Catch to End the Sixth Inning (October 5) – 417
546 Marco Estrada, Toronto Blue Jays – Leads Blue Jays to 10-1 Win with Dominant Effort Over 8 1/3 IP (October 6) – 186
547 Josh Donaldson, Toronto Blue Jays – 4-for-4 Day Leads Blue Jays to Game 1 Win (October 6) – 198
548 Andrew Benintendi, Boston Red Sox – Youngest in Red Sox History to Hit a Postseason HR (October 6) – 552
549 Roberto Perez/Jason Kipnis/Francisco Lindor, Cleveland Indians – Each Hit Solo HRs in 3rd Inning to Pace 5-4 Win for Indians (October 6) – 324
550 Toronto Blue Jays – Four Longballs Sets Blue Jays Postseason Record (October 7) – 222
551 Corey Seager, Los Angeles Dodgers – Swats First Postseason HR in Dodgers Win (October 7) – 869
552 Lonnie Chisenhall, Cleveland Indians – Three-Run HR Powers Indians to 6-0 Shutout (October 7) – 243
553 Corey Kluber, Cleveland Indians – Indians Ace Spins Seven Shutout Innings in Game 2 (October 7) – 267
554 Jon Lester, Chicago Cubs – Lester Goes 8 Strong in 1-0 Shutout (October 7) – 644
555 Javier Baez, Chicago Cubs – Baez’s Blast Provides All the Offense for the Cubs (October 7) – 756
556 Travis Wood, Chicago Cubs – 1st Relief Pitcher to Hit HR in Postseason Since 1924 (October 8) – 851
557 Corey Seager, Los Angeles Dodgers – 1st AB HRs in First Two Postseason Games of ’16 (October 9) – 817
558 Jose Lobaton, Washington Nationals – Delivers Clutch, Go-Ahead, 3-Run HR to Fuel 5-2 Win (October 9) – 333
559 Daniel Murphy, Washington Nationals – Goes 3-for-3 to Continue Postseason Excellence (October 9) – 340
560 Josh Donaldson, Toronto Blue Jays – Caps Off ALDS Sweep with Walk-Off Dash Home from 2nd Base (October 9) – 1,041
561 Toronto Blue Jays – Celebrate Walk-Off Win to Cap Off Sweep of Rangers in ALDS (October 9) – 443
562 Anthony Rendon/Jayson Werth, Washington Nationals – Pair of HRs Pace 8-3 Win to Give Washington 2-1 Lead in NLDS (October 10) – 346
563 Cleveland Indians – Celebrate Three-Game Sweep of ALDS Over Red Sox (October 10) – 370
564 David Ortiz, Boston Red Sox – Crowd “Thanks Papi” as Legend Says Goodbye (October 10) – 1,564
565 Jake Arrieta, Chicago Cubs – Launches 3-Run HR to Get Scoring Started in NLDS Game 3 (October 10) – 732
566 Kris Bryant, Chicago Cubs – Ties Game in 9th with Clutch, Two-Run HR to Send Game to Extras (October 10) – 837
567 Conor Gillaspie, San Francisco Giants – Launches Go-Ahead Triple Off Chapman in 8th (October 10) – 350
568 Joe Panik, San Francisco Giants – 13th-Inning, Walk-Off Double Extends NLDS (October 10) – 353
569 Matt Moore, San Francisco Giants – Strikes Out 10 Over 8 Solid Innings (October 11) – 317
570 Conor Gillaspie, San Francisco Giants – Goes 4-4, Closes 2016 Postseason with .421 BA (October 11) – 330
571 Ben Zobrist/Willson Contreras/Javier Baez, Chicago Cubs – Historic Comeback Goes Into the Record Books (October 11) – 1,316
572 Chicago Cubs – Advance to NLCS for 2nd Straight Year (October 11) – 3,836
573 David Ross, Chicago Cubs – Oldest Cubs Player to Homer in Postseason (October 11) – 886
574 Chase Utley, Los Angeles Dodgers – Shines in the Postseason Once Again (October 11) – 367
575 Daniel Murphy, Washington Nationals – Drives in Four Runs for the Washington Nationals (October 11) – 367
576 Julio Urias, Los Angeles Dodgers – Earns W, Becomes Youngest Pitcher in Dodgers Postseason History (October 13) – 817
577 Joc Pederson, Los Angeles Dodgers – Ties Game with HR to Start Four-Run 7th Inning (October 13) – 509
578 Chris Heisey, Washington Nationals – Cuts Deficit to 4-3 with Two-Run HR in 7th (October 13) – 432
579 Clayton Kershaw, Los Angeles Dodgers – First MLB Save Sends Dodgers to NLCS (October 13) – 2,018
580 Los Angeles Dodgers – Celebrate NLDS Victory After Jansen & Kershaw Heroics (October 13) – 486
581 Francisco Lindor, Cleveland Indians – Two-Run HR Accounts for Only Runs Scored (October 14) – 356
582 Corey Kluber, Cleveland Indians – Earns ALCS Game 1 Win with 6 1/3 Scoreless Innings Pitched (October 14) – 273
583 Marco Estrada, Toronto Blue Jays – First CG Effort for Blue Jays in Last 206 Games (October 14) – 250
584 Andrew Miller/Cody Allen, Cleveland Indians – Combine for 2 2/3 Scoreless IP to Slame Door Shut in ALCS Game 1 (October 14) – 277
585 Carlos Santana, Cleveland Indians – Solo Shot Helps Indians Take 2-0 ALCS Lead (October 15) – 339
586 Andrew Miller, Cleveland Indians – Tosses 2 Perfect IP, Ks 5 of 6 Batters Faced (October 15) – 381
587 Javier Baez, Chicago Cubs – First Postseason Steal of Home for the Cubs Since 1907 (October 15) – 910
588 Dexter Fowler, Chicago Cubs – Makes Rally-Ending Catches in Back-to-Back Innings (October 15) – 739
589 Miguel Montero, Chicago Cubs – Pinch-Hit Grand Slam Leads Cubs to NLCS Game 1 Win (October 15) – 926
590 Adrian Gonzalez, Los Angeles Dodgers – Solo HR Supplies All of the Run Support Needed for NLCS Game 2 Win (October 16) – 397
591 Clayton Kershaw, Los Angeles Dodgers – Continues Postseason Heroics with 7 Shutout IP for NLCS Game 2 Win (October 16) – 695
592 Kenley Jansen, Los Angeles Dodgers – 1st Six-Out Save Secures Series-Tying Win (October 16) – 381
593 Trevor Bauer, Cleveland Indians – Indians Bullpen Stops Bleeding After Bauer’s Exit (October 17) – 296
594 Mike Napoli, Cleveland Indians – Becomes 5th Player to Hit Postseason HR with 4 Different Teams (October 17) – 272
595 Jason Kipnis, Cleveland Indians – First Second Baseman in Indians History with Multiple Postseason HRs (October 17) – 269
596 Cleveland Indians – First Club with No Pitcher Tossing 2+ IP in Postseason History (October 17) – 274
597 Josh Donaldson, Toronto Blue Jays – Keeps Blue Jays Hopes Alive with Go-Ahead HR (October 18) – 269
598 Edwin Encarnacion, Toronto Blue Jays – Provides Insurance Runs to Help Cut Blue Jays ALCS Deficit to 3-1 (October 18) – 261
599 Corey Seager, Los Angeles Dodgers – 3-for-4 Night Fuels NLCS Game 3 Win (October 18) – 527
600Yasmani Grandal, Los Angeles Dodgers – Two-Run HR Helps Dodgers Take a 2-1 Lead Over Cubs in NLCS (October 18) – 273
601 Justin Turner, Los Angeles Dodgers – Solo HR Aids 6-0 Win in Game 3 of NLCS (October 18) – 264
602 Rich Hill, Los Angeles Dodgers – 6 Scoreless IP Leads Dodgers to Second Straight NLCS Sutout Win (October 18) – 260
603 Carlos Santana, Cleveland Indians – Solo HR Helps Lead Indians to First World Series Berth Since 1997 (October 19) – 385
604 Ryan Merritt, Cleveland Indians – Helps Indians Win AL Pennant in Just His Second Career Start (October 19) – 478
605 Andrew Miller, Cleveland Indians – 2 2/3 Scoreless IP Caps Off ALCS MVP Performance (October 19) – 428
606 Cleveland Indians – Celebrate Their First World Series Berth Since 1997 (October 19) – 574
607 Addison Russell, Chicago Cubs – Momentum-Shifting HR Helps Cubs Tie NLCS (October 19) – 954
608 Anthony Rizzo, Chicago Cubs – HR, 3 RBI Powers Cubs to NLCS-Tying Win (October 19) – 945
609 Julio Urias, Los Angeles Dodgers – 20-Year-Old Becomes Youngest Starting Pitcher in Postseason History (October 19) – 475
610 Addison Russell, Chicago Cubs – Go-Ahead HR Gives Cubs 3-2 NLCS Lead (October 20) – 743
611 Jon Lester, Chicago Cubs – Leads Cubs to the Brink of First World Series Berth Since 1945 (October 20) – 717
612 Javier Baez, Chicago Cubs – Hot Postseason Continues in NLCS Game 5 (October 20) – 745
613 Kris Bryant, Chicago Cubs – Starts the Scoring in NL Pennant Clinching Win (October 22) – 1,816
614 Kyle Hendricks, Chicago Cubs – 7 1/3 Scoreless IP Fuels Cubs First NL Pennant Since 1945 (October 22) – 1,667
615 Chicago Cubs – Win the NL Pennant for the First Tim Since 1945 (October 22) – 2,447
616 Anthony Rizzo, Chicago Cubs – Solo HR Helps the Cubs Reach the World Series (October 22) – 1,745
617 Jon Lester/Javier Baez, Chicago Cubs – Named Co-MVPs of the 2016 NLCS as Cubs Advance to World Series (October 22) – 1,784
618 Anthony Rizzo/Javier Baez/Kris Bryant/Addison Russell, Chicago Cubs; Mike Napoli/Jason Kipnis/Jose Ramirez/Francisco Lindor, Cleveland Indians – Cubs and Indians Infielders Face Off in 2016 World Series – 1,577
619 Tyler Naquin/Coco Crisp/Lonnie Chisenhall, Cleveland Indians; Ben Zobrist/Dexter Fowler/Jason Heyward, Chicago Cubs – Indians and Cubs Outfielders Face Off in 2016 World Series – 1,129
620 Miguel Montero/David Ross/Willson Contreras, Chicago Cubs; Roberto Perez/Carlos Santana/Yan Gomes, Cleveland Indians – Cubs and Indians Catchers/DH Face Off in 2016 World Series – 1,132
621 Kyle Hendricks/Jake Arrieta/Jon Lester/John Lackey, Chicago Cubs; Josh Tomlin/Trevor Bauer/Corey Kluber/Danny Salazar, Cleveland Indians – Cubs and Indians Starting Pitchers Face Off in 2016 World Series – 1,330
622 Bryan Shaw/Andrew Miller/Cody Allen, Cleveland Indians; Pedro Strop/Aroldis Chapman/Hector Rodon, Chicago Cubs – Indians and Cubs Relievers Face Off in 2016 World Series – 1,132
623 Kyle Schwarber, Chicago Cubs – Returns in Time to DH in the World Series (October 25) – 1,341
624 Danny Salazar, Cleveland Indians – Returns to Indians for World Series (October 25) – 330
625 Cleveland Indians – Host Chicago Cubs in Historic World Series Game 1 (October 25) – 758
626 Francisco Lindor, Cleveland Indians – Gets Scoring Started in World Series Game 1 (October 25) – 529
627 Corey Kluber, Cleveland Indians – 8 Ks in First 3 IP Sets World Series Record (October 25) – 692
628 Kyle Schwarber, Chicago Cubs – Doubles in Record-Breaking World Series Start (October 25) – 1,646
629 Andrew Miller, Cleveland Indians – 2 Scoreless IP Continues Postseason Brilliance (October 25) – 489
630 Roberto Perez, Cleveland Indians – Unlikely Hero Hits 2 HRs in World Series Game 1 (October 25) – 493
631 Kyle Schwarber, Chicago Cubs – Continues Storybook World Series Comeback (October 26) – 3,036
632 Jake Arrieta, Chicago Cubs – Helps Cubs Tie World Series with 5 Hitless IP Out of the Gate (October 26) – 1,272
633 Anthony Rizzo, Chicago Cubs – Gets 1st World Series RBI for Cubs Since 1945 (October 26) – 1,461
634 Ben Zobrist, Chicago Cubs – Stays Hot, Helps Cubs Tie Up World Series (October 26) – 1,175
635 Chicago Cubs – Host World Series Game at Wrigley Field for the First Time Since 1945 (October 28) – 1,519
636 Josh Tomlin, Cleveland Indians – Fires 4 2/3 Shutout IP En Route to 1-0 Win (October 28) – 462
637 Coco Crisp, Cleveland Indians – Provides Only Run with Pinch-Hit RBI Single (October 28) – 518
638 Andrew Miller, Cleveland Indians – 15 Shutout Innings Pitched Sets Single Postseason Record (October 28) – 638
639 Cleveland Indians – 5th Shutout Sets Postseason Record (October 28) – 553
640 Carlos Santana, Cleveland Indians – Supplies Game-Tying HR En Route to 7-2 Win (October 29) – 439
641 Corey Kluber, Cleveland Indians – Win Gives Indians 3-1 World Series Lead (October 29) – 473
642 Jason Kipnis, Cleveland Indians – Goes 3-for-5, Puts Game on Ice with Three-Run HR (October 29) – 642
643 Andrew Miller, Cleveland Indians – 29th Strikeout Sets Single Postseason Reliever Record (October 29) – 508
644 Cleveland Indians – On the Brink of First World Series Title Since 1948 with Game 4 Win (October 29) – 665
645 Jason Heyward, Chicago Cubs – Scales Wall for Amazing Catch in Foul Ground (October 30) – 1,249
646 Kris Bryant, Chicago Cubs – First World Series HR Fuels Comeback Victory (October 30) – 1,688
647 David Ross, Chicago Cubs – Delivers Key RBI in Last Game at Wrigley Field (October 30) – 1,288
648 Aroldis Chapman, Chicago Cubs – Complete 1st Career 8-Out Save for Game 5 Win (October 30) – 1,384
649 Chicago Cubs – 1st World Series Win at Wrigley Field Since 1945 (October 30) – 1,516
650 Kris Bryant, Chicago Cubs – 1st-Inning HR and 4-Hit Night Propel Series-Tying Win (November 1) – 2,628
651 Addison Russell, Chicago Cubs – Grand Slam Caps 6 RBI Night (November 1) – 2,886
652 Anthony Rizzo, Chicago Cubs – 3-for-5 Night with HR Helps Cubs Secure Win (November 1) – 2,217
653 Jason Kipnis, Cleveland Indians – Continues Hot Streak with HR in 3-for-5 Night (November 1) – 1,522
654 Jake Arrieta, Chicago Cubs – Earns 2nd Win of World Series with 5 2/3 Strong IP (November 1) – 1,967
655 Kris Bryant/Anthony Rizzo, Chicago Cubs – First 3 & 4 Hitters to Supply 7 Hits in a World Series Game (November 1) – 3,105
656 Dexter Fowler, Chicago Cubs – 1st Leadoff HR in World Series Game 7 History (November 2) – 2,161
657 Javier Baez, Chicago Cubs – Contributes to Cubs Game 7 Win with Solo HR (November 2) – 2,204
658 David Ross, Chicago Cubs – HR in Final Career AB Aids Cubs Game 7 Win (November 2) – 2,569
659 Rajai Davis, Cleveland Indians – Game-Tying HR in 8th Forces Extra Innings (November 2) – 1,799
660 Ben Zobrist, Chicago Cubs – Go-Ahead, 10th-Inning Double Fuels Win (November 2) – 2,396
661 Albert Almora Jr., Chicago Cubs – Pinch Runs and Scores Go-Ahead Run in Game 7 (November 2) – 2,209
662 Mike Montgomery, Chicago Cubs – Seals Game 7 Win with First Career Save (November 2) – 2,103
663 Kris Bryant/Anthony Rizzo, Chicago Cubs – Bryant Throws to Rizzo to Secure First World Series Title Since 1908 (November 2) – 4,516
664 Ben Zobrist, Chicago Cubs – Named MVP of Historic 2016 World Series (November 2) 4,445
665 Chicago Cubs – Celebrate First World Series Title Since 1908 (November 2) – 6,009

Autographs

100 Brandon Crawford, San Francisco Giants – /10
154 Ichiro, Miami Marlins – /10
389 David Ortiz, Boston Red Sox – /99; Blue /49; Purple /25; Red /10; Gold 1/1
420 Albert Pujols, Los Angeles Angels – Red /9; Gold 1/1
538 Edwin Encarnacion, Toronto Blue Jays – /99; Blue /49; Purple /25; Red /10; Gold 1/1
564 David Ortiz, Boston Red Sox “Thanks Sox Nation” – Green Monster Edition /199 (not inscribed); /99; Blue /49; Purple /25; Red /10; Gold 1/1
MN-A Mike Napoli, Cleveland Indians “Party at Napoli’s” – /99; Blue /49; Purple /25; Red /10; Gold 1/1
579 Clayton Kershaw, Los Angeles Dodgers – /199
TF-A Terry Francona, Cleveland Indians – /99; Blue /49; Purple /25; Red /10; Gold 1/1
610 Addison Russell, Chicago Cubs – /99; Blue /49; Purple /25; Red /10; Gold 1/1
613 Kris Bryant, Chicago Cubs – /199; Green /99; Blue /49; Purple /25; Red /10; Gold 1/1
627 Corey Kluber, Cleveland Indians – /199
631 Kyle Schwarber, Chicago Cubs – /199
644 Francisco Lindor/Corey Kluber, Cleveland Indians – /199; Green /99; Blue /49; Purple /25; Red /10; Gold 1/1
646 Kris Bryant, Chicago Cubs – /199; Green /99; Blue /49; Purple /25; Red /10; Gold 1/1
652 Anthony Rizzo, Chicago Cubs – /99; Blue /49; Purple /25; Red /10; Gold 1/1
656 Dexter Fowler, Chicago Cubs – /99; Blue /49; Purple /25; Red /10; Gold 1/1
657 Javier Baez, Chicago Cubs – /99; Blue /49; Purple /25; Red /10; Gold 1/1
658 David Ross, Chicago Cubs “’16 WS Champs” – /199; Green /99; Blue /49; Purple /25; Red /10; Gold 1/1

Relics

247 Eric Hosmer, Kansas City Royals – Goes 2-for-3 with HR, Wins MLB All-Star Game MVP (July 12) – All-Star Game Base /99
327 Ichiro, Miami Marlins – Joins MLB Elite, Reaching 3,000 Career Hits (August 7) – GU Base /99; Blue /49; Purple /25; Red /10; Gold 1/1
355 Mookie Betts, Boston Red Sox – Homers 3 Times in 1 Gamefor 2nd Time During 2016 Season (August 14) – GU Base /99; Blue /49; Purple /25; Red /10; Gold 1/1
370 Kris Bryant, Chicago Cubs – First Player Younger Than 25 with Three 4-Hit, 2-HR Games in a Season (August 18) – GU Base /99; Blue /49; Purple /25; Red /10; Gold 1/1
388 Gary Sanchez, New York Yankees – First Yankees Player to Hit 9 HRs in First 21 Games Since 1920 (August 24) – GU Base /99; Blue /49; Purple /25; Red /10; Gold 1/1
460 Chicago Cubs – Celebrate Winning the NL Central Division Title (September 16) – GU Base /99; Blue /49; Purple /25; Red /10; Gold 1/1
498 Texas Rangers – Celebrate Winning the AL West Division Title (September 23) – GU Base /99; Blue /49; Purple /25; Red /10; Gold 1/1
501 Washington Nationals – Secure 2016 NL East Title with Win Over Pirates (September 24) – GU Base /99; Blue /49; Purple /25; Red /10; Gold 1/1
507 Cleveland Indians – Clinch 1st AL Central Division Title Since ’07 (September 26) – GU Base /99
509 Gary Sanchez, New York Yankees – Ties 86-Year-Old Record for Fastest Path to 20 HRs (September 27) – GU Base /99; Blue /49; Purple /25; Red /10; Gold 1/1
517 Boston Red Sox – Clinch First AL East Division Title Since 2013 (September 28) – GU Base /99; Blue /49; Purple /25; Red /10; Gold 1/1
539 Toronto Blue Jays – Celebrate Dramatic AL Wild Card Game Victory (October 4) – GU Base /99; Blue /49; Purple /25; Red /10; Gold 1/1
543 Madison Bumgarner, San Francisco Giants – CG Shutout Leads Giants to NL Wild Card Win (October 5) – GU Base /99; Blue /49; Purple /25; Red /10; Gold 1/1
560 Josh Donaldson, Toronto Blue Jays – Caps Off ALDS Sweep with Walk-Off Dash Home from 2nd Base (October 9) – GU Base /99; Blue /49; Purple /25; Red /10; Gold 1/1
572 Chicago Cubs – Advance to NLCS for 2nd Straight Year (October 11) – GU Base /99; Blue /49; Purple /25; Red /10; Gold 1/1
605 Andrew Miller, Cleveland Indians – 2 2/3 ScorelessIP Caps Off ALCS MVP Performance (October 19) – GU Base /99; Blue /49; Purple /25; Red /10; Gold 1/1
615 Chicago Cubs – Win the NL Pennant for the First Tim Since 1945 (October 22) – GU Base /99; Blue /49; Purple /25; Red /10; Gold 1/1
639 Cleveland Indians – 5th Shutout Sets Postseason Record (October 28) – GU Base /99; Blue /49; Purple /25; Red /10; Gold 1/1
648 Aroldis Chapman, Chicago Cubs – Complete 1st Career 8-Out Save for Game 5 Win (October 30) – GU Base /99; Blue /49; Purple /25; Red /10; Gold 1/1
664 Ben Zobrist, Chicago Cubs – Named MVP of Historic 2016 World Series (November 2) – GU Base /99; Blue /49; Purple /25; Red /10; Gold 1/1

Autographed Relics

507 Francisco Lindor, Cleveland Indians – Clinch 1st AL Central Division Title Since ’07 (September 26) – Auto GU Base /49; Purple /25; Red /10; Gold 1/1
579 Clayton Kershaw, Los Angeles Dodgers – First MLB Save Sends Dodgers to NLCS (October 13) – Auto GU Base /99; Blue /49; Purple /25; Red /10; Gold 1/1
627 Corey Kluber, Cleveland Indians – 8 Ks in First 3 IP Sets World Series Record (October 25) – Auto GU Base /99; Blue /49; Purple /25; Red /10; Gold 1/1
631 Kyle Schwarber, Chicago Cubs – Continues Storybook World Series Comeback (October 26) – Auto GU Base /99; Blue /49; Purple /25; Red /10; Gold 1/1
BF-A Kris Bryant/Addison Russell, Chicago Cubs – Combine for 2 HRs, 6 Hits and 7 RBI in Series-Tying Win (November 2) – Auto GU Base /199; Black /99; Blue /49; Purple /25; Red /10; Gold 1/1
663 Kris Bryant/Anthony Rizzo, Chicago Cubs – Bryant Throws to Rizzo to Secure First World Series Title Since 1908 (November 2) – Auto GU Base /99; Blue /49; Purple /25; Red /10; Gold 1/1

Topps Now All-Stars

AS-1 Ken Griffey Jr., Seattle Mariners/Tony Gwynn, San Diego Padres – ’92 MLB All-Star Game MVP & Padres Legend Share Pre-Game Moment – 1,730
AS-2 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels – 6th Player Under Age 25 to Start in 4th MLB All-Star Game – 1,898

2016 Topps Now Off-Season Baseball

Following the World Series, 2016 Topps Now Off-Season Baseball launched to cover award winners, major roster moves and signings, and other special events.

Here’s a full look at the checklist and details.

2016 Topps Now OS-31 Mike Trout

2016 Topps Now Postseason Team Sets

Each of the teams that made the playoffs received a team set of 15 cards. For each series the team won, another card was added.

Complete print runs and checklists can be found here.

2016 Topps Now Postseason Franciso Lindor

2016 Topps Now Chicago Cubs World Series

A special World Series set featuring the Chicago Cubs was produced as well. These came in two versions, a basic team set and a premium version that came with one of eight different autographs.

2016 Topps Now Chicago Cubs World Series Championship Team Set Card

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

23 Comments

  1. James
    Posted May 31, 2016 at 5:22 pm | Permalink

    Topps Now is a neat idea, and shows lots of promise! I wish Topps would selected better subjects for the cards. This year’s most valuable rookie so far, Aledmys Diaz of the Cardinals, still doesn’t have a Topps card of any kind, but Trevor Story has been selected for Topps Now four times because he hit some early HRs. Rookie debuts should get more attention, while walk-offs should get less until the playoff races heat up. Topps has wasted opportunities with streaks and milestones, too. A-Rod should get a card for each game with a home run, given that he’s approaching 700 blasts (if Road to 500 was good enough for a standalone insert in 2007 Topps, why not?). And players with 20+ game hit streaks should get a card each game the streak continues. Can you imagine collecting a card each time the player gets another hit? The Jackie Bradley streak is a good example — Topps missed an opportunity, and by the time they took notice (honoring those all-important 25th and 28th games), the streak was petering out. And don’t get me started on Ross Stripling’s 7 no-hit innings in his debut! Should have had a card. This program has so much promise, and I’m excited to see how Topps Now advances and improves in this and upcoming seasons.

  2. Bill
    Posted May 31, 2016 at 5:26 pm | Permalink

    The five least popular cards were all walk-offs.

  3. Paul
    Posted June 1, 2016 at 9:46 am | Permalink

    Free shipping???? I was charged $6 and change. What gives?

  4. Ryan Cracknell
    Posted June 1, 2016 at 9:59 am | Permalink

    You’d have to check with Topps. There is an option that needs to be clicked. It’s mentioned when ordering I believe.

  5. Jordan L
    Posted June 2, 2016 at 3:53 pm | Permalink

    This would have been cool to see a football version of this. Seems like the past 5-10 years all the interesting ideas went to baseball with football being a bit more derivative

  6. wade
    Posted June 8, 2016 at 10:09 am | Permalink

    What is the timeline for these to be priced

  7. Anthony H
    Posted July 23, 2016 at 4:28 am | Permalink

    I hope Topps Now expands into basketball and football and soccer as well. I would totally get those cards too.

  8. JoeMay
    Posted July 26, 2016 at 2:02 pm | Permalink

    Greatest product to come out of Topps in a long time IMO.

  9. Chuck
    Posted August 8, 2016 at 11:14 am | Permalink

    I am trying to figure out what Steven Wright’s Rookie Card is. I see he has first bowman cards in various 2006 Bowman products, but those aren’t considered his rookie card. Would his 2016 Topps Now card be considered a rookie card, even though it lacks the RC logo?

  10. Ryan Cracknell
    Posted August 8, 2016 at 8:27 pm | Permalink

    He doesn’t have any yet. That said, his 2006 Bowman cards will likely continue to be his most popular.

  11. Frank G
    Posted August 8, 2016 at 4:42 pm | Permalink

    Impossible to predict with accuracy, of course, but it’s possible Topps Now may finish the season with as many as 600-700 cards (7 came out today alone, August 8th). That’s one expensive set! I’m hard pressed to just keep up with the cards of my favorite players and moments.

  12. Chuck
    Posted August 11, 2016 at 3:49 pm | Permalink

    Thanks Ryan!

  13. phillies_joe
    Posted September 7, 2016 at 12:04 pm | Permalink

    Wow….this looks like it’s going to be a 600+ card set once you figure in the playoffs and world series at this point. Great looking cards, but like many of my collecting friends, the price point is too high to go after them all…….I really love what Topps has done here though. A+++

  14. editorgaw
    Posted September 15, 2016 at 8:36 am | Permalink

    I have sold these cards from card # 59 and it’s amazing concept and I wonder if the value will hold up

  15. Paul Angilly
    Posted October 13, 2016 at 9:36 pm | Permalink

    The size of this set ended up being a major turn off for me. I bought all the Red Sox cards, but found myself actually relieved when Boston was eliminated from the playoffs this year, because Topps is doing as many as 7 cards per game for the playoffs and I was worried I’d have to spend hundreds of dollars to keep up if the Red Sox actually won the World Series. The way Topps is going, there’ll be about 40-50 cards from the postseason alone for the team that ends up winning the Series – that’s just way too much at $10 a card, or even the $6-$7 per card I was paying on eBay.

  16. Frank G
    Posted October 17, 2016 at 6:36 pm | Permalink

    I never thought this diehard Yankees fan would agree with a Red Sox fan, but I feel the same way Paul does. Although I hated to see my team eliminated, it was a relief not to have to worry about Topps Now cards any more. As I speculated in my August 8th comment, the entire set looks to be 600-700 cards. WAY too rich for my blood and I doubt they will hold their value after the World Series. How many of those moments were REALLY legendary? Next year I may not even get every card of my team. I may just stick to truly phenomenal moments (here’s hoping the Yanks have some!)

  17. Paul Angilly
    Posted October 18, 2016 at 12:43 pm | Permalink

    Frank – I agree with your agreement (and I’m dating a Yankees fan, so you can imagine how that goes). I’ve already decided that for next year, instead of buying all Red Sox cards I’ll just stick, like you said, to the truly big moments and any cards of my favorite player (Mookie Betts, who I saw play in his MLB debut at Yankee Stadium!). It’s funny – I remember back in the late ’80s when Donruss used to make a postseason boxed “Highlights” set every year, then stopped because the company claimed there weren’t enough true highlights to make a decent set. Now we have Topps giving us essentially a 700-card+ highlights set. What I’d love to see though is a Topps Now factory set with all the cards (adding a foil stamp or something to make them slightly diffderent) for around $100 or less.

  18. Jeff
    Posted October 19, 2016 at 9:26 pm | Permalink

    One of the best concepts I’ve seen from Topps in MANY, many years. But, I mean, echoing the above statements, $10 a card is just too high a price point. I wonder what it would look like at $5 a pop. From Topps’ standpoint, would the increase in people buying offset the cost decrease? Would the runs be so high that the rarity factor went down? I know for myself, I spent about $60 on half a dozen cards. At $5 each, I likely would have spent twice that for two dozen cards. And been much more satisfied.

  19. Ryan Cracknell
    Posted October 20, 2016 at 10:38 am | Permalink

    There are some dealers out there who buy in bulk and sell for less than $10, at least on ordering day.

  20. Paul Angilly
    Posted October 20, 2016 at 12:11 pm | Permalink

    Jeff & Ryan – I paid $10 each for the first 2-3 cards I bought off the Topps site, but then I missed the ordering window for a Red Sox card one day and it turned out to be the best thing, because I turned to eBay for the card I missed and never again paid more than $7 (inc. shipping) for a Topps Now card all season. Many of the cards I got for $5.50 each.

    But even at that price, there’s just too many. I mean seriously, in the postseason alone, the team that wins each game is getting 3-4 cards made per game. If you’re a fan of that team and want to keep up with all their postseason Topps Now cards, that means you’d have to spend at least $300 or more if your team went on to win the World Series, not counting $50 for the postseason team set (one of the best things Topps did with the program, I think) and any other extra cards – and that’s based on paying $7 a card off eBay. Like I said, that’s kinda why I’m glad the Red Sox lost quietly, which is a very sad thing for a Red Sox fan to admit.

  21. Ryan Cracknell
    Posted October 20, 2016 at 5:12 pm | Permalink

    I hear you. They are pricey. Being an Expos collector, I’m pretty safe. I focused on a couple of rookies here and there and awesome moments. To me, the daily postseason releases seem to be drifting from the strong focus it had in the regular season. Postseason home runs are like the new walk-off — every one just about gets a card.

  22. Pete
    Posted October 24, 2016 at 5:24 pm | Permalink

    I like how Topps incorporated relics and autos into the product. Lets see how much a certified -“game used” world series base goes for?

  23. Massimo Lercara
    Posted November 18, 2016 at 12:30 am | Permalink

    The back caption states “tallying his 2,556th career base knock”… The number of hits is wrong… It should be 2,956th knock… This would correctly place Ichiro 44 hits shy of 3,000.

    Now the image on the Topps site is correct, 2,956th…but the cards everybody seems to be getting say… 2,556th…

    You may already know this, I just noticed it…

    Thanks, Massimo NYC

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