Here’s What the Year in 2019 Baseball Cards Looks Like from Topps

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For the most part, the hobby release calendar for 2019 Topps baseball cards is similar to 2018. Most of the same brands are returning for another year. Topps gave card shop owners a glimpse of what to expect at their Industry Conference in Arizona.

The biggest change is on the Bowman side. Bowman High Tek is being dropped. In it’s place is the return of Bowman Sterling, which will have one autograph per pack and five total per box.

Here’s a breakdown of what the 2019 Topps baseball release calendar looks like right now. It’s worth noting that things can change. Retail- and online-exclusives are not included, either.

2019 Topps Baseball Hobby Release Calendar

January

30 – Topps Series 1

February

27 – Topps Heritage

March

13 – Topps Opening Day
20 – Topps Inception
27 – Gypsy Queen

April

17 – Bowman

May

8 – Topps Tier One
15 – Topps Big League
22 – Pro Debut
29 – Topp Definitive

June

5 – Finest
12 – Topps Series 2
12 – MLB Stickers
19 – Museum Collection
26 – Stadium Club

July

3 – Complete Factory Sets
10 – Archives Signature Series
10 – Topps Diamond Icons
17 – Allen & Ginter
24 – Topps Clearly Authentic
24 – Topps Tribute
31 – Topps Chrome

August

7 – Topps Luminaries
14 – Bowman Sterling
14 – Topps Heritage High Number
21 – Topps Archives
28 – Topps Five Star

September

4 – Topps Gold Label
11 – Bowman Chrome
18 – Topps Triple Threads
25 – Topps Heritage Minors

October

2 – Archives Signature Series Retired
9 – Topps High Tek
16 – Topps Update Series

November

6 – Topps Dynasty
27 – Topps Transcendent

December

4 – Bowman Draft
18 – Bowman’s Best

As products are formally announced and released, our 2019 baseball card hub has easy access to all information.

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Ryan Cracknell

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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12 comments

  1. Jeremy Wattles 26 February, 2019 at 23:35

    Will my 80s and 90s cards ever be worth anything i have alot of them all the major sports baseball football hockey basketball.

    • Ryan Cracknell 27 February, 2019 at 12:39

      @Jeremy – It really depends on what you have. The vast majority, you’re not going to get rich off them. There’s so much of it out there. Exceptions exist, but not for the vast majority.

    • Ryan Cracknell 27 February, 2019 at 20:56

      @Matt — Ah, not sure on that. Usually around Opening Day is when they roll things out if I remember correctly (I haven’t figured out how to log-in since they removed Twitter log-ins).

    • Ryan Cracknell 19 March, 2019 at 14:13

      @Eric – If it’s coming back, it’ll likely be a retail-exclusive like past years. This was a conference for hobby dealers so it covers hobby releases.

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