2019 Topps Archives Signature Series Baseball: Active Player Edition Checklist and Details

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Jump to the 2019 Topps Archives Signatures Series Baseball checklist.

2019 Topps Archives Signatures Series Baseball: Active Player Edition probably has the most eclectic mix of autographs from current players. As with past years, it’s a buyback product. Rather than creating entirely new cards, the product uses ones from the past with the signature added.

2019 Topps Archives Signature Series Baseball Active player Edition Yadier Molina Autograph 2017 Topps Chrome Pink Refractor

Boxes come with one autograph.

2019 Topps Archives Signature Series Baseball: Active Player Edition Overview

One of the benefits of going the autographed buyback route is that signatures are all hard-signed. As for the sets they come from, it will be a mix of modern Topps and Bowman releases. In fact, it might be hard to determine the full scope of cards players have signed. Traditionally with the Archives Signature Series line, players sign a lot of different cards. The trade-off is that they are individually done in small numbers.

A gold foil stamp is on every 2019 Topps Archives Signature Series Baseball card to show that it’s from the product and not an in-person signature someone may have gotten at the ballpark or a through-the-mail request. The stamp also notes the year so there’s no confusion if a similar card appears in another Archives Signature Series set.

2019 Topps Archives Signature Series Baseball cards at a glance:

Cards per pack: 1
Packs per box: 1
Boxes per case: 20
Release date: July 10, 2019

What to expect in a hobby box:

  • Buyback Autographs – 1

2019 Topps Archives Signatures Series Baseball: Active Player Edition Checklist

Due to the nature of the product, a full checklist is not available. However, Topps has released a full player list of who is available in the product.

Buy on:

Ozzie Albies
Jose Altuve
Tim Anderson
Miguel Andujar
Franklin Barreto
Adrian Beltre
Dellin Betances
Charlie Blackmon
Kris Bryant
Matt Carpenter
Matt Chapman
Mike Clevinger
Willson Contreras
Patrick Corbin
Zack Cozart
Dylan Cozens
J.P. Crawford
Jacob deGrom
Paul DeJong
Corey Dickerson
Eduardo Escobar
Mike Fiers
Jack Flaherty
Mike Foltynewicz
Freddie Freeman
Max Fried
Paul Goldschmidt
Marwin Gonzalez
Didi Gregorius
Yuli Gurriel

Josh Hader
Mitch Haniger
Garrett Hampson
Ian Happ
Cesar Hernandez
Odubel Herrera
Rhys Hoskins
Jeremy Jeffress
Adam Jones
Aaron Judge
Max Kepler
Clayton Kershaw
Ian Kinsler
Corey Kluber
Michael Kopech
Francisco Lindor
Jed Lowrie
Martin Maldonado
Sean Manaea
Ryan McMahon
Yadier Molina
Mitch Moreland
Charlie Morton
Max Muncy
Pat Neshek
Kevin Newman
Brandon Nimmo
Shohei Ohtani
Tyler O’Neil
Marcell Ozuna

Steve Pearce
David Peralta
Salvador Perez
Buster Posey
David Price
Jose Ramirez
Anthony Rizzo
Victor Robles
Eddie Rosario
Chris Sale
Domingo Santana
Kyle Seager
Jean Segura
Luis Severino
Travis Shaw
Blake Snell
Mike Soroka
Juan Soto
Steven Souza Jr.
George Springer
Kohl Stewart
Noah Syndergaard
Masahiro Tanaka
Chris Taylor
Mike Trout
Justin Upton
Joey Votto
Zack Wheeler
Christian Yelich

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1 comment

  1. William Colley Jr 11 August, 2019 at 05:24

    So over the years I have never purchased product until just recently. I was at NSCC and gave it a whirl to get a redemption pack. I understand these are buybacks but do they make any effort to get cards in decent shape? My card is barely 3 yrs old with 3 white corners and one with a very visible dogeared creased corner. I could understand a wider variance of damage for the retired player set (which is why I avoided that set). I got a card from middle years of a player earning league-min salary player batting 80 points below their weight. I had to verify they made 2019 opening-day roster. My card was a 10 cent card they could have likely found in better condition on the floor of NSCC. I didn’t expect Trout or anything GEM mint but I thought a memorable card or memorable year from a C/D-list star that is in NrMT shape shouldn’t be a huge ask. Maybe my experience isn’t typical. If my card was in good shape this would be a $1-$2 card – but it isn’t in good shape. I might contact Topps about my condition complaints – I’m sure I’m just spitting into the wind.

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