Exclusive 2017 Topps Silver Packs Checklist and Details — Now with 100% More Series 2


In case you were wondering where to buy your 2017 Topps Series 1 and Series 2 Baseball boxes, the card maker has created an incentive for hobby shops and other outlets selling hobby boxes. They can now get exclusive Silver packs with 1987 Topps Chrome cards.

2017 Topps Silver Pack 1987 Nolan Arenado

This isn’t a Chrome version of the actual 1987 set — there’s enough of the original out there already. Rather, it’s a chromium insert set featuring veterans, rookies and retired players. 2017 Topps Series 1 has a basic (non-Chrome) insert set revolving around the design as well.

The 2017 Topps Silver Pack base set has 50 cards for each series. That means 100 total cards between Series 1 and Series 2 Veterans, retired stars and rookies are all included. Base versions come with a Prism Refractor background, separately them from something that’s traditional Topps Chrome. Parallels include Green (/150), Blue (/99), Orange (/75), Gold (/50), Red (/5) and Black (1/1).

Autographs are also randomly inserted. While most of the signers are young players, there are several superstars as well. Kris Bryant, Clayton Kershaw and Mike Trout headline the checklist.

2017 Topps Silver Pack 1987 Autograph Tyler Glasnow

Collectors who buy a 2017 Topps Baseball hobby box from a shop or dealer participating in the program get one of the exclusive packs. The more expensive hobby jumbo boxes are good for two packs.

The program feels like a revamped version of the Spring Fever program Topps has had for the past few years.

The Silver packs also similar to Upper Deck Overtime Hockey, another series of bonus packs used as incentives for box purchases.

As with any hobby promotion, it’s always wise to check with your local dealer to confirm that they’re participating in the program before committing to buy.

2017 Topps Silver Pack Checklist

Series 1

Base Set

50 cards.


• Green – /150
• Blue – /99
• Orange – /75
• Gold – /50
• Red – /5
• Black – 1/1

87-AB Andrew Benintendi, Boston Red Sox
87-ABR Alex Bregman, Houston Astros
87-AJ Aaron Judge, New York Yankees
87-AM Andrew McCutchen, Pittsburgh Pirates
87-AN Aaron Nola, Philadelphia Phillies
87-AR Alex Reyes, St. Louis Cardinals
87-ARU Addison Russell, Chicago Cubs
87-BB Byron Buxton, Minnesota Twins
87-BJ Bo Jackson, Kansas City Royals
87-CK Clayton Kershaw, Los Angeles Dodgers
87-CR Cal Ripken Jr., Baltimore Orioles
87-CS Chris Sale, Chicago White Sox
87-DD David Dahl, Colorado Rockies
87-DP David Price, Boston Red Sox
87-DS Dansby Swanson, Atlanta Braves
87-EH Eric Hosmer, Kansas City Royals
87-EL Evan Longoria, Tampa Bay Rays
87-FF Freddie Freeman, Atlanta Braves
87-FH Felix Hernandez, Seattle Mariners
87-FL Francisco Lindor, Cleveland Indians
87-GS Gary Sanchez, New York Yankees
87-GST Giancarlo Stanton, Miami Marlins
87-HA Hank Aaron, Atlanta Braves
87-JA Jose Altuve, Houston Astros
87-JAR Jake Arrieta, Chicago Cubs
87-JD Josh Donaldson, Toronto Blue Jays
87-JR Jackie Robinson, Brooklyn Dodgers
87-JU Julio Urias, Los Angeles Dodgers
87-JV Joey Votto, Cincinnati Reds
87-KB Kris Bryant, Chicago Cubs
87-KG Ken Griffey Jr., Seattle Mariners
87-KM Kenta Maeda, Los Angeles Dodgers
87-LW Luke Weaver, St. Louis Cardinals
87-MB Madison Bumgarner, San Francisco Giants
87-MC Miguel Cabrera, Detroit Tigers
87-MM Manny Machado, Baltimore Orioles
87-MS Max Scherzer, Washington Nationals
87-MT Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels
87-NA Nolan Arenado, Colorado Rockies
87-NR Nolan Ryan, Texas Rangers
87-NS Noah Syndergaard, New York Mets
87-OA Orlando Arcia, Milwaukee Brewers
87-PG Paul Goldschmidt, Arizona Diamondbacks
87-SG Sonny Gray, Oakland Athletics
87-TG Tyler Glasnow, Pittsburgh Pirates
87-TS Trevor Story, Colorado Rockies
87-TT Trea Turner, Washington Nationals
87-WM Wil Myers, San Diego Padres
87-YC Yoenis Cespedes, New York Mets
87-YD Yu Darvish, Texas Rangers

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21 cards.
Autographs are serial numbered. Known print runs are noted. Some may only have parallel versions.


• Gold – /25 (may not exist for all players)
• Red – /5 (may not exist for all players)
• Black – 1/1 (may not exist for all players)

87A-AB Andrew Benintendi, Boston Red Sox /199
87A-ABR Alex Bregman, Houston Astros /199
87A-AJ Aaron Judge, New York Yankees /199
87A-AN Aaron Nola, Philadelphia Phillies /40
87A-AR Alex Reyes, St. Louis Cardinals /199
87A-BB Byron Buxton, Minnesota Twins /149
87A-CK Clayton Kershaw, Los Angeles Dodgers
87A-DD David Dahl, Colorado Rockies /199
87A-FL Francisco Lindor, Cleveland Indians /199
87A-JA Jake Arrieta, Chicago Cubs
87A-JAT Jose Altuve, Houston Astros /199
87A-KB Kris Bryant, Chicago Cubs
87A-KM Kenta Maeda, Los Angeles Dodgers
87A-LW Luke Weaver, St. Louis Cardinals /199
87A-MT Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels
87A-NA Nolan Arenado, Colorado Rockies /50
87A-NS Noah Syndergaard, New York Mets /50
87A-TG Tyler Glasnow, Pittsburgh Pirates /199
87A-TS Trevor Story, Colorado Rockies /149
87A-TT Trea Turner, Washington Nationals /149
87A-YC Yoenis Cespedes, New York Mets

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Series 2

Base Set

50 cards.

87-AD Aledmys Diaz, St. Louis Cardinals
87-AE Adam Eaton, Washington Nationals
87-AJ Adam Jones, Baltimore Orioles
87-ARI Anthony Rizzo, Chicago Cubs
87-BH Bryce Harper, Washington Nationals
87-BP Buster Posey, San Francisco Giants
87-BR Babe Ruth, New York Yankees
87-CC Carlos Correa, Houston Astros
87-CK Corey Kluber, Cleveland Indians
87-CSA Carlos Santana, Cleveland Indians
87-CSE Corey Seager, Los Angeles Dodgers
87-DB Dellin Betances, New York Yankees
87-DJ Derek Jeter, New York Yankees
87-DM Don Mattingly, New York Yankees
87-EB Ernie Banks, Chicago Cubs
87-FT Frank Thomas, Chicago White Sox
87-GB George Brett, Kansas City Royals
87-GS George Springer, Houston Astros
87-HR Hunter Renfroe, San Diego Padres
87-I Ichiro, Miami Marlins
87-JBA Javier Baez, Chicago Cubs
87-JBE Johnny Bench, Cincinnati Reds
87-JBU Jose Bautista, Toronto Blue Jays
87-JDG Jacob deGrom, New York Mets
87-JDL Jose De Leon, Tampa Bay Rays
87-JL Jake Lamb, Arizona Diamondbacks
87-JS John Smoltz, Atlanta Braves
87-JV Justin Verlander, Detroit Tigers
87-KS Kyle Schwarber, Chicago Cubs
87-MB Mookie Betts, Boston Red Sox
87-MC Matt Carpenter, St. Louis Cardinals
87-MM Manny Margot, San Diego Padres
87-MMG Mark McGwire, Oakland Athletics
87-MSA Miguel Sano, Minnesota Twins
87-MST Marcus Stroman, Toronto Blue Jays
87-MT Masahiro Tanaka, New York Yankees
87-RCA Robinson Cano, Seattle Mariners
87-RCL Roberto Clemente, Pittsburgh Pirates
87-RH Ryon Healy, Oakland Athletics
87-RP Rick Porcello, Boston Red Sox
87-SK Sandy Koufax, Los Angeles Dodgers
87-SMR Starling Marte, Pittsburgh Pirates
87-SMZ Steven Matz, New York Mets
87-SP Stephen Piscotty, St. Louis Cardinals
87-SS Stephen Strasburg, Washington Nationals
87-TA Tyler Austin, New York Yankees
87-TM Trey Mancini, Baltimore Orioles
87-TW Ted Williams, Boston Red Sox
87-YG Yulieski Gurriel, Houston Astros
87-YM Yoan Moncada, Chicago White Sox


25 cards.

87A-AE Adam Eaton, Washington Nationals
87A-AJ Adam Jones, Baltimore Orioles
87A-ARI Anthony Rizzo, Chicago Cubs
87A-BH Bryce Harper, Washington Nationals
87A-CC Carlos Correa, Houston Astros
87A-CSA Carlos Santana, Cleveland Indians
87A-CSE Corey Seager, Los Angeles Dodgers
87A-DB Dellin Betances, New York Yankees
87A-DJ Derek Jeter, New York Yankees
87A-DM Don Mattingly, New York Yankees
87A-FT Frank Thomas, Chicago White Sox
87A-I Ichiro, Miami Marlins
87A-JBA Javier Baez, Chicago Cubs
87A-JL Jake Lamb, Arizona Diamondbacks
87A-JS John Smoltz, Atlanta Braves
87A-MC Matt Carpenter, St. Louis Cardinals
87A-MM Manny Margot, San Diego Padres
87A-MMG Mark McGwire, Oakland Athletics
87A-MST Marcus Stroman, Toronto Blue Jays
87A-RP Rick Porcello, Boston Red Sox
87A-SMZ Steven Matz, New York Mets
87A-SP Stephen Piscotty, St. Louis Cardinals
87A-TA Tyler Austin, New York Yankees
87A-YG Yulieski Gurriel, Houston Astros
87A-YM Yoan Moncada, Chicago White Sox

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


Ryan Cracknell

A collector for much of his life, Ryan focuses primarily on building sets, Montreal Expos and interesting cards. He's also got one of the most comprehensive collections of John Jaha cards in existence (not that there are a lot of them). Got a question, story idea or want to get in touch? You can reach him by email and through Twitter @tradercracks.

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  1. Kerry 23 September, 2016 at 13:22

    I think this is the result of Topps irritating many hobby shops by throwing the 2016 Bowman Platinum to retail only. Of course, there are likely many other things that Topps did to hobby shops that this is intended to ease the frustration.

  2. Lynn 24 January, 2017 at 20:23

    OK Topps where do we get the silver packs, when we buy from an oulet by volume?
    There are NO Hobbies shops over a hundred miles from here

  3. Robert S. 31 January, 2017 at 05:00

    you know a product is bad when a card manufacturer has to create incentive packs.

    I don’t see any reason to incentive the purchase of series 1 as it’s the most anticipated release of the hobby world each year. If Series 1 is not flying off the shelves, put the effort into making it better instead of creating incentive packs.

    • Ryan Cracknell 31 January, 2017 at 10:52

      To be fair, the incentive packs were announced around the same time as the original product. I believe this replaces the Spring Fever sets of the past few years with a couple of tweaks.

  4. Tom Brown 1 February, 2017 at 05:57

    These look great! Not sure why all the negative comments…I like it. I’d be buying flagship anyway, so why wouldn’t I love a bonus! Donaldson to me please.

  5. Fray 1 February, 2017 at 08:40

    Lynn — anywhere you can buy boxes or cases , you should get them , with them. I got 24 from blowout with my 2 cases (coming to me today).

    love chrome , so 100% building this set.

  6. Nick 7 February, 2017 at 11:46

    It would have been nice of Topps to more accurately list the number of actual cards one receives in each pack. The wrappers list 5 cards, but in reality, each pack only has 4 of the Chrome cards and an ad card for 2017 National Baseball Trading Card Day. So why didn’t they just state on the wrapper that there are only 4 cards? Seems a little suspect to me.

  7. Dylan Powers 12 March, 2017 at 22:28

    I don’t like the look of the regular series one cards. But I the look of the 1987 cards. Does anyone know where I can buy just the silver packs?

  8. Caleb Ducharme 18 March, 2017 at 11:16

    I pulled a Jose Altuve autograph card from the silver pack. Anyone want to trade for an Andrew Benintendi autograph card. I’m a huge Red Sox fan.

  9. greg 2 April, 2017 at 19:01

    will the silver pack cards in series two change, or do you have only a 50 set. I do like them and put together 20 set

  10. Thomas James 4 May, 2017 at 22:33

    I have acquired 8 packs so far. Should I just store them to wait and open them later.

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