2018 Topps On Demand Rookie Year in Review Baseball Checklist and Details

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2018 Topps On Demand Rookie Year in Review Baseball looks back on the season’s deep crop of first-year players. And it’s not just the superstar standouts either.

The checklist for the online-exclusive release takes a deep dive into the 2018 rookie class, offering up 49 players. Of course, there are players like Shohei Ohtani, Ronald Acuna Jr., Gleyber Torres and Juan Soto who have generated plenty of hobby discussion this year. But there are also some lesser-hyped youngsters.

2018 Topps On Demand Rookie Year in Review Ronald Acuna

Available for up to a week on the Topps website (barring an early sellout), each set initially cost $100. This includes a full 49-card base set, one parallel, two Rookie of the Year Tribute inserts as well as one autograph.

2018 Topps On Demand Rookie Year in Review ROY Tribute Shohei Ohtani

A total of 46 of the 49 players in the main set have autographs. Torres, Acuna Jr. and Rafael Devers are the only three who do not. While the initial mock-up for the autographs show on-card signatures, according to Topps, the final cards use stickers.

2018 Topps On Demand Rookie Year in Review Baseball at a glance:

Set size: 49 cards
Release date: November 30, 2018

What to expect with a set:

• 49-Card Base Set
• Autographs – 1
• Rookie of the Year Tribute Inserts – 2
• Parallels – 1

2018 Topps On Demand Rookie Year in Review Baseball Checklist

Base Set Checklist

49 cards.

Parallels:
1 per set.

• Blue
• Red – /25
• Black – /10
• Gold – 1/1

Juan Soto, Washington Nationals
Alex Verdugo, Los Angeles Dodgers
Scott Kingery, Philadelphia Phillies
Victor Robles, Washington Nationals
Max Fried, Atlanta Braves
Ozzie Albies, Atlanta Braves
Ryan McMahon, Colorado Rockies
Anthony Banda, Tampa Bay Rays
Chance Sisco, Baltimore Orioles
Rhys Hoskins, Philadelphia Phillies
Andrew Stevenson, Washington Nationals
Amed Rosario, New York Mets
Miguel Gomez, San Francisco Giants
David Bote, Chicago Cubs
Austin Hays, Baltimore Orioles
Victor Arano, Philadelphia Phillies
Jordan Hicks, St. Louis Cardinals
Dominic Smith, New York Mets
Nicky Delmonico, Chicago White Sox
Willy Adames, Tampa Bay Rays
Dustin Fowler, Oakland Athletics
Jack Flaherty, St. Louis Cardinals
Fernando Romero, Minnesota Twins
Francisco Mejia, San Diego Padres
Harrison Bader, St. Louis Cardinals

Tomas Nido, New York Mets
Garrett Cooper, Miami Marlins
Brandon Woodruff, Milwaukee Brewers
Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels
Lucas Sims, Cincinnati Reds
Brian Anderson, Miami Marlins
Zack Granite, Minnesota Twins
Tyler Wade, New York Yankees
Walker Buehler, Los Angeles Dodgers
Sandy Alcantara, Miami Marlins
Tyler O’Neill, St. Louis Cardinals
Gleyber Torres, New York Yankees
Rafael Devers, Boston Red Sox
Tyler Mahle, Cincinnati Reds
Ronald Acuña Jr., Atlanta Braves
Miguel Andujar, New York Yankees
Clint Frazier, New York Yankees
Paul Blackburn, Oakland Athletics
J.P. Crawford, Philadelphia Phillies
Jesse Biddle, Atlanta Braves
Luiz Gohara, Atlanta Braves
Austin Meadows, Tampa Bay Rays
Joey Lucchesi, San Diego Padres
Nick Williams, Philadelphia Phillies

Autographs Checklist

46 cards.
1 per set.

Parallels:

• TBA

Juan Soto, Washington Nationals
Alex Verdugo, Los Angeles Dodgers
Scott Kingery, Philadelphia Phillies
Victor Robles, Washington Nationals
Max Fried, Atlanta Braves
Ozzie Albies, Atlanta Braves
Ryan McMahon, Colorado Rockies
Anthony Banda, Tampa Bay Rays
Chance Sisco, Baltimore Orioles
Rhys Hoskins, Philadelphia Phillies
Andrew Stevenson, Washington Nationals
Amed Rosario, New York Mets
Miguel Gomez, San Francisco Giants
David Bote, Chicago Cubs
Austin Hays, Baltimore Orioles
Victor Arano, Philadelphia Phillies
Jordan Hicks, St. Louis Cardinals
Dominic Smith, New York Mets
Nicky Delmonico, Chicago White Sox
Willy Adames, Tampa Bay Rays
Dustin Fowler, Oakland Athletics
Jack Flaherty, St. Louis Cardinals
Fernando Romero, Minnesota Twins
Francisco Mejia, San Diego Padres
Harrison Bader, St. Louis Cardinals

Tomas Nido, New York Mets
Garrett Cooper, Miami Marlins
Brandon Woodruff, Milwaukee Brewers
Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels
Lucas Sims, Cincinnati Reds
Brian Anderson, Miami Marlins
Zack Granite, Minnesota Twins
Tyler Wade, New York Yankees
Walker Buehler, Los Angeles Dodgers
Sandy Alcantara, Miami Marlins
Tyler O’Neill, St. Louis Cardinals
Tyler Mahle, Cincinnati Reds
Miguel Andujar, New York Yankees
Clint Frazier, New York Yankees
Paul Blackburn, Oakland Athletics
J.P. Crawford, Philadelphia Phillies
Jesse Biddle, Atlanta Braves
Luiz Gohara, Atlanta Braves
Austin Meadows, Tampa Bay Rays
Joey Lucchesi, San Diego Padres
Nick Williams, Philadelphia Phillies

Rookie of the Year Tribute

Not confirmed if each player has only one card or multiple.

2 per set.

2018 Topps On Demand Rookie Year in Review ROY Tribute Ronald Acuna Jr

Ronald Acuña Jr., Atlanta Braves
Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels

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1 comment

  1. Larry 3 December, 2018 at 17:13

    What, No JD Davis? I thought he was in everything, lol. They didn’t miss Clint Frazier though.

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