2019 Topps 150 Years of Baseball Checklist, Print Runs and Full Details

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2019 Topps 150 Years of Baseball is a weekly series of online-exclusive cards that explore the history of the game. The checklist takes a multi-generational approach and has several themes.

2019 Topps 150 Years of Baseball 1 Babe Ruth

2019 Topps 150 Years of Baseball: The Basics

Each Tuesday, a new batch of three cards is made available on the Topps website. Cards are available individually for 7.99 or as a bundle with all three cards for $14.99. Similar to Topps Living Set, these three cards are available for one week. At the end of the sales window, print runs are determined and cards are sent out.

2019 Topps 150 Years of Baseball 1 Babe Ruth - Reverse

2019 Topps 150 Years of Baseball cards have a few different themes, so not every one is in play each week. They are: Historic Moments, Records and Award Winners and Rookie Campaigns.

Artist Renditions use original art featuring baseball’s greats. The first in the set came from renowned painter Graig Kreindler.

2019 Topps 150 Years of Baseball 21 Ty Cobb

Some cards also have autographs in additional to the regular version.

This set is separate from the separate 150 Years of Professional Baseball inserts found in the flagship 2019 Topps Baseball line. While there is some overlap in themes and players, the designs and checklists are different.

2019 Topps 150 Years of Baseball Checklist

Checklist will grow in the weeks and months ahead. If you’re looking for a specific card, click on the links to see what’s currently available on eBay.

March 5-12

1 Babe Ruth, New York Yankees – Records and Award Winners: 60 HRs in a Single Season (1927) – 2,611
2 Sandy Koufax, Los Angeles Dodgers – Historic Moments: Kofax Pitches a Perfect Game (September 9, 1965) – 2,415
3 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels – Rookie Campaigns (2012) – 2,741

March 12-19

4 Nolan Ryan, Houston Astros – Records and Award Winners: MLB Record 5,714 Career Strikeouts – 1,603
5 Ichiro, Seattle Mariners – Historic Moments: Japanese Star Makes MLB Debut (April 2, 2001) – 1,555
6 Mark McGwire, Oakland Athletics – Rookie Campaigns (1987) – 1,208

March 19-26

7 Carl Yastrzemski, Boston Red Sox – Records and Award Winners: 1967 American League MVP – 920
8 Cal Ripken Jr., Baltimore Orioles – Historic Moments: Ironman’s 2131st Consecutive Game (Sept. 6, 1995) – 1,030
9 Willie McCovey, San Francisco Giants – Rookie Campaigns (1959) – 855

Autographs

8A Cal Ripken Jr., Baltimore Orioles – /99, Green /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

March 26-April 2

10 George Brett, Kansas City Royals – Records and Award Winners: 1980 American League MVP – 1,265
11 Hank Aaron, Atlanta Braves – Historic Moments: 715th HR Breaks Ruth’s Record in Home Opener (April 8, 1974) – 1,306
12 Bryce Harper, Washington Nationals – Rookie Campaigns (2012) – 1,261

April 2-9

13 Dwight Gooden, New York Mets – Records and Award Winners: 1985 National League Cy Young – 1,064
14 Rickey Henderson, Oakland Athletics – Historic Moments: Breaks Stolen Base Record (May 1, 1991) – 1,104
15 Johnny Bench, Cincinnati Reds – Rookie Campaigns (1968) – 1,100

April 9-16

16 Roger Maris, New York Yankees – Records and Award Winners: 61 HRs Sets Single-Season Record (1961) – 1,174
17 Jackie Robinson, Brooklyn Dodgers – Historic Moments: Robinson Breaks the Color Barrier (April 15, 1947) – 1,231
18 Albert Pujols, St. Louis Cardinals – Rookie Campaigns (2001) – 1,104

April 16-23

19 Bob Gibson, St. Louis Cardinals – Records and Award Winners: Modern-Era Best 1.12 ERA (1968) – 1,013
20 Carlton Fisk, Boston Red Sox – Historic Moments: Waves Walk-Off HR Fair in Game 6 of World Series (Oct. 21, 1975) – 1,042
21 Ty Cobb, Detroit Tigers – Artist Renditions – 1,549

April 23-30

22 Ken Griffey Jr., Seattle Mariners – Records and Award Winners: AL MVP Award Winner (1997) – 1,145
23 Bill Mazeroski, Pittsburgh Pirates – Historic Moments: World Series Game 7 Walk-Off HR (October 13, 1960) – 960
24 Aaron Judge, New York Yankees – Rookie Campaigns (2017) – 1,342

Autographs

22A Ken Griffey Jr., Seattle Mariners – /99, Green /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

April 30-May 7

25 Stan Musial, St. Louis Cardinals – Records and Award Winners: NL MVP Award Winner (1943) – 1,019
26 Miguel Cabrera, Detroit Tigers – Historic Moments: Cabrera Earns the First Triple Crown in 45 Years (October 3, 2012) – 1,039
27 Lou Gehrig, New York Yankees – Artist Renditions by Graig Kreindler – 1,579

May 7-14

28 Pedro Martinez, Boston Red Sox – Records and Award Winners: AL Cy Young Award Winner (2000) – 816
29 Enos Slaughter, St. Louis Cardinals – Historic Moments: Scores Go-Ahead Run from 1st in World Series Game 7 (Oct. 15, 1946) – 713
30 Tim Raines, Montreal Expos – Rookie Campaigns (1981) – 809

May 14-21

31 Steve Carlton, Philadelphia Phillies – Records and Award Winners: NL Cy Young Award Winner (1972) – 925
32 Chicago Cubs – Historic Moments: End Longest World Series Title Drought in History (November 2, 2016) – 1,058
33 Roberto Clemente, Pittsburgh Pirates – Artist Renditions by Graig Kreindler – 1,541

May 21-28

34 Don Mattingly, New York Yankees – Records and Award Winners: AL MVP Award Winner (1985) – 976
35 Catfish Hunter, Oakland Athletics – Historic Moments: Throws 1st Perfect Game in the AL Since 1922 (May 8, 1968) – 790
36 Frank Robinson, Baltimore Orioles – Rookie Campaigns (1956) – 821

Autographs

34A Don Mattingly, New York Yankees – /99, Green /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

May 28-June 4

37 Ernie Banks, Chicago Cubs – Records and Award Winners: NL MVP Award Winner (1958) – 967
38 Cecil Fielder, Detroit Tigers – Historic Moments: Hits HR Out of Tiger Stadium (August 25, 1990) – 883
39 Ted Williams, Boston Red Sox – Artist Renditions by Graig Kreindler – 1,432

June 4-11

40 Justin Verlander, Detroit Tigers – Redords and Award Winners: AL MVP Award Winner (2011) – 867
41 Willie Mays, San Francisco Giants – Historic Moments: “The Catch” Preserves Tie in Game 1 of World Series (September 29, 1954) – 1,015
42 Mike Piazza, Los Angeles Dodgers – Rookie Campaigns (1993) – 817

June 11-18

43 Ichiro, Seattle Mariners – Records and Award Winners: MLB Single-Season Record 262 Hits (2004) – 858
44 Roger Clemens, Boston Red Sox – Historic Moments: Becomes 1st Player in MLB History to Strike Out 20 Batters (April 29, 1986) – 788
45 Duke Snider, Brooklyn Dodgers – Artist Renditions by Graig Kreindler – 992

June 18-25

46 Nolan Ryan, Texas Rangers – Records and Award Winners: MLB Record Seven No-Hitters – 973
47 David Freese, St. Louis Cardinals – Historic Moments: Ties World Series Game 6, Hits Walk-Off (October 27, 2011) – 799
48 Darryl Strawberry, New York Mets – Rookie Campaigns (1983) – 783

Autographs:

46A Nolan Ryan, Texas Rangers – /99, Green /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

June 25-July 2

49 Sammy Sosa, Chicago Cubs – Records and Award Winners: Most HRs in a Single Month in MLB History (1998) – 738
50 Phil Niekro, New York Yankees – Historic Moments: Alters Pitching Style, Secures 300th Win – 730
51 Harmon Killebrew, Minnesota Twins – Artist Renditions by Graig Kreindler – 1,012

July 2-9

52 John Smoltz, Atlanta Braves – Records and Award Winners: Only Pitcher in MLB History with 200 Wins and 150 Saves – 811
53 Lou Gehrig, New York Yankees – Historic Moments: Retires with “Luckiest Man on the Face of the Earth” Speech (July 4, 1939) – 1,005
54 Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels – Rookie Campaigns (2018) – 1,128

July 9-16

55 Eric Gagne, Los Angeles Dodgers – Records and Award Winners: MLB Record 84 Consecutive Saves Converted – 725
56 Derek Jeter, New York Yankees – Historic Moments: HR Marks 3,000th Career Hit in 5-for-5 Game (July 9, 2011) – 1,156
57 Bob Feller, Cleveland Indians – Artist Renditions by Graig Kreindler – 1,023

July 16-23

58 Jose Canseco, Oakland Athletics – Records and Award Winners: 1st Player in MLB History to Reach 40 HRs, 40 SBs in a Season – 754
59 Ryne Sandberg, Chicago Cubs – Historic Moments: Totals 2 HRs, 7 RBI in Famous “Sandberg Game” (June 23, 1984) – 921
60 Ralph Kiner, Pittsburgh Pirates – Rookie Campaigns (1946) – 735

Autographs:

59A Ryne Sandberg, Chicago Cubs – /99, Green /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

July 23-30

61 Whitey Ford, New York Yankees – Records and Award Winners: MLB Record 10 World Series Winning Decisions – 748
62 Ozzie Smith, St. Louis Cardinals – Historic Moments: Walk-Off HR in Game 5 of NLCS (October 14, 1985) – 745
63 Wade Boggs, Boston Red Sox – Rookie Campaigns (1982) – 708

July 30-August 6

64 George Brett, Kansas City Royals – Records and Award Winners: Only Player Ever to Win a Batting Title in 3 Decades – 881
65 Roy Halladay, Philadelphia Phillies – Historic Moments: No-Hitter in 1st Postseason Start (October 6, 2010) – 905
66 Jackie Robinson, Brooklyn Dodgers – Artist Renditions by Graig Kreindler – 1,333

August 6-13

67 Randy Johnson, Arizona Diamondbacks – Records and Award Winners: NL Cy Young Award Winner (2002) – 685
68 Bartolo Colon, New York Mets – Historic Moments: Oldest Player to Hit 1st Career Home Run (May 7, 2016) – 717
69 Carlos Correa, Houston Astros – Rookie Campaigns (2015) – 711

August 13-20

70 Frank Thomas, Chicago White Sox – Records and Award Winners: AL MVP Award Winner (1994) – 808
71 Sandy Koufax, Los Angeles Dodgers – Historic Moments: CG SHO Seals World Series Title (October 14, 1965) – 855
72 Tom Seaver, New York Mets – Artist Renditions by Graig Kreindler – 1,179

Autographs:

70A Frank Thomas, Chicago White Sox – /99, Green /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

August 20-27

73 Rollie Fingers, Milwaukee Brewers – Records and Award Winners: AL MVP Award Winner (1981) –
74 Trevor Hoffman, Milwaukee Brewers – Historic Moments: 1st Player Ever to Reach 600 Saves (September 7, 2001) –
75 Babe Ruth, New York Yankees – Artist Renditions by Graig Kreindler –

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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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7 comments

  1. Jacob 19 March, 2019 at 17:35

    Assuming the autos sold out already? Can’t tell (at least on mobile) from Topps’ terrible new website

  2. Chris 30 April, 2019 at 14:43

    Is Beckett going to include this set in its price guide or is it going to stop updating values like it did with the TBT set and Living Set? It’s impossible to find there at the moment, especially with the 150 cards from the main set.

  3. Chris 1 May, 2019 at 13:44

    @Ryan – Thanks for the reply with the link to the listings. I still worry that pricing will never happen, though siting the abandonment of pricing for the other weekly online releases #TBT & Living Set.

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