2018 Topps On Demand Dynamic Duals Baseball Checklist and Details

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For 2018 Topps On Demand Dynamic Duals Baseball, everything comes in twos. Cards pair up players based on a handful of themes. There’s also the fact that for every set purchased, collectors received a dual autograph. Like many On Demand sets, this one sold out almost instantly.

A full 30-card set was included. Pairings come in a handful of themes: Award Winners, Hall of Fame, Position Players, Teammates and Youngsters.

These have four parallels, which combine to land one per set: Blue, Red (/10), Black (/5) and Gold (1/1).

Autographs essentially mirror the base set with the same player pairs. These are one per set and have the same range of parallels as the base set. It appears that not all autographs are available at every level.

2018 Topps On Demand Dynamic Duals Baseball Tom Glavine Greg Maddux Autograph

2018 Topps On Demand Dynamic Duals has one additional insert set, Dominant Duos. These land one per premium set.

2018 Topps On Demand Dynamic Duals Baseball cards at a glance:

Cards per premium set: 33
Set size: 30 cards
Production run: 700 sets

What to expect in each set purchase:

• 30-Card Base Set
• Parallels – 1
• Dual Autographs – 1
• Dominant Duos – 1

2018 Topps On Demand Dynamic Duals Baseball Checklist

Base Set Checklist

30 cards.

Parallels:
1 per set.

• Blue
• Red – /10
• Black – /5
• Gold – 1/1

Award Winners

AW1 Joe Morgan, Cincinnati Reds/Jose Altuve, Houston Astros
AW2 Rickey Henderson/Mark McGwire, Oakland Athletics
AW3 Barry Larkin/Joey Votto, Cincinnati Reds
AW4 Steve Carlton, Philadelphia Phillies/Tom Glavine, Atlanta Braves
AW5 Kris Bryant, Chicago Cubs/Carlos Correa, Houston Astros
AW6 Will Clark, San Francisco Giants/Roberto Alomar, Toronto Blue Jays

Hall of Fame

HOF1 Alan Trammell/Jack Morris, Detroit Tigers
HOF2 Mike Piazza/Tom Seaver, New York Mets
HOF3 Rod Carew/Bert Blyleven, Minnesota Twins
HOF4 Rickey Henderson,Oakland Athletics/Lou Brock, St. Louis Cardinals
HOF5 Rollie Fingers, Oakland Athletics/Steve Carlton, Philadelphia Phillies

Position Players

PP1 Barry Larkin, Cincinnati Reds/Manny Machado, Los Angeles Dodgers
PP2 Edgar Martinez, Seattle Mariners/David Ortiz, Boston Red Sox
PP3 Frank Thomas, Chicago White Sox/Jeff Bagwell, Houston Astros
PP4 Tim Raines, Chicago White Sox/Lou Brock, St. Louis Cardinals
PP5 Charlie Blackmon, Colorado Rockies/Michael Conforto, New York Mets
PP6 Will Clark, San Francisco Giants/Dale Murphy, Atlanta Braves

Teammates

T1 Shohei Ohtani/Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels
T2 Darryl Strawberry/Dwight Gooden, New York Mets
T3 Rickey Henderson/Jose Canseco, Oakland Athletics
T4 Greg Maddux/Tom Glavine, Atlanta Braves
T5 Randy Johnson/Mark Grace, Arizona Diamondbacks
T6 Pedro Martinez/David Ortiz, Boston Red Sox
T7 Edgar Martinez/Randy Johnson, Seattle Mariners

Youngsters

YG1 Rhys Hoskins,Philadelphia Phillies/Harrison Bader, St. Louis Cardinals
YG2 Michael Conforto/Jacob deGrom, New York Mets
YG3 George Springer/Carlos Correa, Houston Astros
YG4 Anthony Rizzo/Ian Happ, Chicago Cubs
YG5 Austin Hayes/Chance Sisco, Baltimore Orioles
YG6 Juan Soto, Washington Nationals/Ronald Acuna Jr., Atlanta Braves

Autographs

30 cards.
1 per set.

2018 Topps On Demand Dynamic Duals Baseball Pedro Martinez David Ortiz Autograph

Parallels:

• Blue
• Red – /10
• Black – /5
• Gold – 1/1

Award Winners

AW1-A Joe Morgan, Cincinnati Reds/Jose Altuve, Houston Astros
AW2-A Rickey Henderson/Mark McGwire, Oakland Athletics
AW3-A Barry Larkin/Joey Votto, Cincinnati Reds
AW4-A Steve Carlton, Philadelphia Phillies/Tom Glavine, Atlanta Braves
AW5-A Kris Bryant, Chicago Cubs/Carlos Correa, Houston Astros
AW6-A Will Clark, San Francisco Giants/Roberto Alomar, Toronto Blue Jays

Hall of Fame

HOF1-A Alan Trammell/Jack Morris, Detroit Tigers
HOF2-A Mike Piazza/Tom Seaver, New York Mets
HOF3-A Rod Carew/Bert Blyleven, Minnesota Twins
HOF4-A Rickey Henderson,Oakland Athletics/Lou Brock, St. Louis Cardinals
HOF5-A Rollie Fingers, Oakland Athletics/Steve Carlton, Philadelphia Phillies

Position Players

PP1-A Barry Larkin, Cincinnati Reds/Manny Machado, Los Angeles Dodgers
PP2-A Edgar Martinez, Seattle Mariners/David Ortiz, Boston Red Sox
PP3-A Frank Thomas, Chicago White Sox/Jeff Bagwell, Houston Astros
PP4-A Tim Raines, Chicago White Sox/Lou Brock, St. Louis Cardinals
PP5-A Charlie Blackmon, Colorado Rockies/Michael Conforto, New York Mets
PP6-A Will Clark, San Francisco Giants/Dale Murphy, Atlanta Braves

Teammates

T1-A Shohei Ohtani/Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels
T2-A Darryl Strawberry/Dwight Gooden, New York Mets
T3-A Rickey Henderson/Jose Canseco, Oakland Athletics
T4-A Greg Maddux/Tom Glavine, Atlanta Braves
T5-A Randy Johnson/Mark Grace, Arizona Diamondbacks
T6-A Pedro Martinez/David Ortiz, Boston Red Sox
T7-A Edgar Martinez/Randy Johnson, Seattle Mariners

Youngsters

YG1-A Rhys Hoskins,Philadelphia Phillies/Harrison Bader, St. Louis Cardinals
YG2-A Michael Conforto/Jacob deGrom, New York Mets
YG3-A George Springer/Carlos Correa, Houston Astros
YG4-A Anthony Rizzo/Ian Happ, Chicago Cubs
YG5-A Austin Hayes/Chance Sisco, Baltimore Orioles
YG6-A Juan Soto, Washington Nationals/Ronald Acuna Jr., Atlanta Braves

Dominant Duos

1 per set.

1 Ronald Acuna/Ozzie Albies, Atlanta Braves
2 Gleyber Torres/Miguel Andujar, New York Yankees
3 Harrison Bader/Jack Flaherty, St. Louis Cardinals
4 Rhys Hoskins/Scott Kingery, Philadelphia Phillies
5 Mike Trout/Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels
6 Mookie Betts/J.D. Martinez, Boston Red Sox
7 Juan Soto/Bryce Harper, Washington Nationals
8 Clayton Kershaw/Walker Buehler, Los Angeles Dodgers
9 Francisco Lindor/Jose Ramirez, Cleveland Indians
10 Kris Bryant/Javier Baez, Chicago Cubs

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