2017 Topps Now Spring Training Baseball Highlights Moments from MLB’s Preseason
As the Topps Now program enters its second year, things continue to evolve. 2017 Topps Now Spring Training Baseball highlights in-game action leading up to the main season.
Cards are sold individually through the Topps website and, like regular Topps Now cards, available for just 24 hours.
This set is different from the 2017 Topps Now Road to Opening Day team sets. Those do have images from Spring Training but focus more on specific players and teams. Here, it’s about actual moments and games.
Individual cards cost $9.99 with discounts for lots of five ($29.99), ten ($49.99) and 20 ($79.99) copies. There’s no limit on the number of cards that can be ordered, however sales are cut off after the 24-hour sales window. Those ordered are the ones that are printed. Topps also releases specific print runs not long after.
2017 Topps Now Spring Training Baseball is a spinoff of the main 2017 Topps Now Baseball set. The design and general themes are the same outside of preseason versus regular season. Spring Training cards are numbered differently, making it separate.
2017 Topps Now Spring Training Baseball Checklist
More cards and print runs will be added as they’re released.
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ST-1 Tyler Glasnow, Pittsburgh Pirates – 6Ks in 2 IP in Spring Training Debut (February 26) – 611
ST-2 Michael Taylor, Washington Nationals – Walk-Off HR Caps First Game at New Ballpark (February 28) 322
ST-3 Luis Guillorme, New York Mets – An Unprecedented Barehanded Bat Catch (March 2) – 562
ST-4 New York Yankees – First Yankees Spring Training No-Hitter Since 1983 (March 17) – 319
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