2019 Topps Now Baseball Checklist, Print Runs and Details

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It began in Japan and will end with one team holding the World Series trophy high and limited edition caps on their champagne-soaked heads. The baseball season is upon us and 2019 Topps Now Baseball cards will be there to chart its every moment (and probably plenty of walk-off winners).

The set evolves as the season goes on, basically summing up big games, record-setting performances, deep dives into statistical achievements, rookie debuts, emotional good-byes and anything else that tells 2019’s season.

2019 Topps Now Baseball 913 Pete Alonso

Sold through the Topps website, cards are available for just 24 hours apiece. When that time runs out, that’s it and whatever was ordered is printed.

Individual cards cost $9.99. There are also discounts for bulk purchases of five, ten and 20 copies of the same card. Collectors looking to potentially save a little money can usually find cards still up for pre-sale at a discount on eBay.

Periodically, autographs and memorabilia cards are also released. These are available in limited numbers and usually come with major moments.

2019 Topps Now Baseball Checklist

This checklist will grow and evolve throughout the season. Once known, print runs will be added. If you’re looking for a particular card, click on the links to see what’s available on eBay.

Mar/Apr

March 20

1 Ichiro, Seattle Mariners – Oldest AL Opening Day Position Player Ever – 2,977
2 Stephen Piscotty, Oakland Athletics – First Home Run of 2019 Season – 321
3 Domingo Santana, Seattle Mariners – Grand Slam in 1st Game with Mariners – 355
4 Khris Davis, Oakland Athletics – 3rd Straight Opening Day with a Home Run – 355
5 Major League Baseball – Opening Day Returns to Japan for 1st Time Since 2012 – 864

March 21

6 Yusei Kikuchi, Seattle Mariners – 1st Japanese Pitcher to Make MLB Debut in Japan – 1,587
7 Ichiro, Seattle Mariners – Legend Retires to Epic Ovation in Japan – 3,646
8 Ken Griffey Jr./Ichiro, Seattle Mariners – Mariners Greats Celebrate Ichiro’s Retirement – 1,916
9 Ichiro/Yusei Kikuchi, Seattle Mariners – Japanese Stars Share Spotlight in Ichiro’s Final Game – 1,656

March 24

10 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels – Signs a 12-Year, $426.5M Contract with the Angels – 1,754

March 28

11 Robinson Cano, New York Mets – HR in First Mets AB, 2 RBI Power 2-0 Win – 517
12 Pete Alonso, New York Mets – First Career Hit in MLB Debut – 2,040
13 Bryce Harper, Philadelphia Phillies – Philadelphia Phillies Regular Season Debut – 1,396
14 Lorenzo Cain, Milwaukee Brewers – Game-Saving Home Run Robbery Seals Win – 304
15 Christin Stewart, Detroit Tigers – 10th-Inning, 2-Run HR Powers Victory – 545
16 Fernando Tatis Jr., San Diego Padres – Top Prospect Collects 2 Hits in MLB Debut – 3,061
17 Eloy Jimenez, Chicago White Sox – Top Prospect Makes MLB Debut – 2,626
18 George Springer, Houston Astros – Third Straight Opening Day with a HR – 290
19 Los Angeles Dodgers – 8 HRs Sets MLB Opening Day Record – 486

March 29

20 Paul Goldschmidt, St. Louis Cardinals – 3 HRs in 2nd Game with St. Louis Sets Record – 606
21 Manny Machado, San Diego Padres – First 2 Hits with Padres in 4-1 Win – 274
22 Mitch Moreland, Boston Red Sox – 3-Run, Pinch-Hit HR in 9th Caps Comeback Win – 235

March 30

23 Eloy Jimenez, Chicago White Sox – 1st Hit of MLB Career Comes in Multi-Hit Game – 1,097
24 Bryce Harper, Philadelphia Phillies – 465-Foot Blast Marks First HR with Phillies – 2,400
25 Christian Yelich, Milwaukee Brewers – HRs in 1st 3 Games of Season Sets Club Record – 233
26 Cody Bellinger, Los Angeles Dodgers – 2 HRs, 4 Hits and 6 RBI Power 18-5 Win – 296

March 31

27 Christian Yelich, Milwaukee Brewers – Hits Walk-Off Double on Record-Setting Night – 364
28 Elvis Luciano, Toronto Blue Jays – 1st 21st Century Born Player to Make MLB Debut – 362
29 Trea Turner, Washington Nationals – Walk-Off HR Caps 2-HR Game and Club’s 1st Win – 205
30 Chris Paddack, San Diego Padres – Impresses Through 5 Innings in MLB Debut – 615

April 1

31 Mike Clevinger, Cleveland Indians – 12 Ks, 1 Hit Allowed in 7 Scoreless IP – 337
32 Pete Alonso, New York Mets – 1st Career HR a 444-Foot Blast to Cap 7-3 Win – 1,804
33 Fernando Tatis Jr., San Diego Padres – 1st MLB HR for Padres Top Prospect – 1,419

April 2

34 Ronald Acuna Jr., Atlanta Braves – Historic 8 Year, $100 Million Extension – 1,391
35 Dustin Peterson, Detroit Tigers – 1st MLB Hit and RBI Breaks 9th-Inning Tie – 352
36 Blake Snell, Tampa Bay Rays – 13 Ks in 7 Dominant, Shutout Innings – 188
37 Bryce Harper, Philadelphia Phillies – 458-Foot HR Highlights 3-Hit Game in Epic Return to Nationals Park – 1,229
38 Adalberto Mondesi, Kansas City Royals – 1st Inside-the-Park HR of 2019 Season – 258
39 Zack Greinke, Arizona Diamondbacks – Dominant Performance with 2 HRs, 10 Ks – 264

April 3

40 Jacob deGrom, New York Mets – Ace Ties Bob Gibson’s Record and Homers in Dominant, 14 K Outing – 597
41 Los Angeles Dodgers – HRs in First 7 Games Sets Franchise Record During Comeback Win – 256

April 4

42 Gleyber Torres, New York Yankees – 22-Year-Old’s 4 Hit, 3 XBH Game Matches 1936 Mark – 471
43 Trevor Bauer, Cleveland Indians – Ace Makes History in Near No-No – 245
44 Nick Markakis, Atlanta Braves – 3 Doubles and 5 RBI Highlight 5-for-5 Game – 215

April 5

45 Fernando Tatis Jr., San Diego Padres – Decisive 2-Run HR at Father’s Former Stomping Ground – 755
46 Jorge Polanco, Minnesota Twins – Hits First Cycle of 2019 in 5-for-5 Game – 424
47 Carlos Santana, Cleveland Indians – Walk-Off Home Run Powers 3-2 Victory – 266
48 Cody Bellinger, Los Angeles Dodgers – 6th HR Through First 8 Games Makes History – 378
49 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels – 2 HRs Power Win on Trout Bobblehead Night – 712

April 6

50 Kevin Newman, Pittsburgh Pirates – 1st Career Walk-Off Hit Fuels 6-5 Win – 411
51 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels – 458-Ft. Grand Slam for 4th HR in 3 Games – 875
52 Aaron Judge/Clint Frazier, New York Yankees – 2 HRs from Judge, and a 3-Run HR from Frazier Lead to a 6-4 Win – 580
53 Carson Kelly, Arizona Diamondbacks – Walk-Off Single Gives Diamondbacks a 5-4 Win – 244

April 7

54 Gary Sanchez, New York Yankees – 1st-Career 3-HR Game Highlights 15-3 Win – 584
55 Dansby Swanson, Atlanta Braves – Walk-Off Single Earns 4-3 Win for Braves – 325
56 Albert Pujols, Los Angeles Angels/Ichiro, Seattle Mariners – Albrt Pujols Passes Ichiro on All-Time Hits List – 451
57 Josh Hader, Milwaukee Brewers – 8-Out Save Locks in 4-2 Victory for Brewers – 231
58 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels – HRs in 4 Straight Games Matches Career High – 791
59 Cody Bellinger, Los Angeles Dodgers – 7 HRs, 18 RBI in 10 Games Matches Willie Mays – 386

April 8

60 Chicago Cubs – Largest Shutout Win in a Home Opener in Franchise History – 345
61 Edwin Encarnacion, Seattle Mariners – Hits 2 HRs in Same Inning for 2nd Time in Career – 221
62 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels – Robs Reigning NL MVP of Home Run – 692

April 9

63 Bryce Harper, Philadelphia Phillies – HR Off Former Teammate Makes History – 563
64 Whit Merrifield/George Brett, Kansas City Royals – 30-Game Hit Streak Ties George Brett’s Franchise Record – 472
65 Jarrod Dyson, Arizona Diamondbacks – Pinch-Hit, Walk-Off HR Secures 5-4 Win – 168
66 Pete Alonso, New York Mets – HRs in 3 Straight Games Highlight XBH Record – 1,215
67 Boston Red Sox – Boston Red Sox Flash Rings at World Series Ceremony – 423
68 Billy Hamilton, Kansas City Royals – Scores from 2nd Base on Sacrifice Fly – 203

April 10

69 Whit Merrifield, Kansas City Royals – RBI Bunt Single Sets Franchise-Record, 31-Game Hit Streak – 382
70 Mitch Haniger, Seattle Mariners – Game Winner Ties MLB-Record HR Streak at 14 – 223
71 Jose Altuve, Houston Astros – 4 HRs in 3 Games Lead 1st Ever Sweep of Yankees – 264

April 11

72 Seattle Mariners – Gordon’s HR Sets MLB Record at 15 Games with HR to Open Season – 220
73 Khris Davis, Oakland Athletics – Back-to-Back Multi-HR Games Puts Leader at 9 – 188
74 Pete Alonso, New York Mets – 454-Foot Laser Is Hardest HR in Mets History During Statscast Era – 1,313
75 Mitch Moreland, Boston Red Sox – 4th HR in 5 Games Ignites Comeback Win – 188
76 Rafael Devers, Boston Red Sox – Walk-Off, Chop Single Secures Series Split – 185

April 12

77 Eloy Jimenez, Chicago White Sox – First MLB HR Highlights 2-HR Game – 1,110
78 Jackie Bradley Jr., Boston Red Sox – Climbs Wall for Acrobatic Catch in 6-4 Win – 233
79 Khris Davis, Oakland Athletics – 1st to Double-Digit HRs with 5th in 3 Games – 204
80 Jose Altuve, Houston Astros – Go-Ahead Grand Slam Marks HR in 4th Straight – 312

April 13

81 Chris Davis, Baltimore Orioles – 3-for-5, 4 RBI Game Ends 0-for-54 Skid – 342
82 Jose Altuve, Houston Astros – HR in 5th Straight Game Powers 3-1 Win – 445

April 14

83 Elvis Andrus, Texas Rangers – Steals Home for Club-Record 5th Time in Career – 201
84 Hunter Dozier, Kansas City Royals – Walk-Off Single Secures 9-8 Win and Series Sweep – 195
85 Jean Segura, Philadelphia Phillies – Go-Ahead, 2-Run HR in Top of 14th Wins Game – 251
86 German Marquez, Colorado Rockies – 1-Hit Complete Game Earns Dominant 4-0 Win – 203
87 Fernando Tatis Jr., San Diego Padres – HRs in Back-to-Back Games Match Alomar in ’88 – 927

April 15

88 Major League Baseball – MLB Celebrates Jackie Robinson Day by Wearing Number 42 – 421
89 Lorenzo Cain, Milwaukee Brewers – Robs HR from Division Rival for 2nd Time in 2019 – 326
90 Christian Yelich, Milwaukee Brewers – 1st-Career 3-HR Game Highlights 7-RBI Night – 421
91 Yasiel Puig, Cincinnati Reds – 2-Run HR in 1st Game Back at Dodger Stadium – 324
92 Joc Pederson, Los Angeles Dodgers – Walk-Off, 2-Run HR Seals Dramatic 4-3 Victory – 275
93 Luis Urias/Fernando Tatis Jr., San Diego Padres – Rookie Teammates Make Pair of Web Gems – 559

April 16

94 Philadelphia Phillies – 10-Run 1st Inning Leads 14-3 Romp of Mets – 322
95 Ronald Acuna Jr., Atlanta Braves – Crushes 448-Foot HR from One Knee – 865
96 James Paxton, New York Yankees – 12 Ks in 8 IP of Shutout Vs. the Rival Red Sox – 360
97 Mike Minor, Texas Rangers – Complete-Game Shutout Powers 5-0 Victory – 180
98 Garrett Hampson, Colorado Rockies – 1st MLB HR Comes in 7th Inning of 8-2 Win – 318
99 Houston Astros – 10th Straight Win with 9-1 Victory Over Oakland Athletics – 184

April 17

100 Brett Gardner, New York Yankees – Go-Ahead Grand Slam Marks 100th Career HR – 668
101 Carlos Carrasco, Cleveland Indians – 12 Ks in 7 Shutout Innings Fuels 1-0 Win – 307
102 Marcell Ozuna, St. Louis Cardinals – 5th HR in 4 Games Highlights 6-3 Win Over Brewers – 317
Checklist #1-100 – 229

April 19

103 Mookie Betts/Mitch Moreland, Boston Red Sox – Back-to-Back HRs in 8th Inning Seals 6-4 Comeback Win – 209
104 Lane Thomas, St. Louis Cardinals – 10th Player in Franchise History to Hit HR in 1st MLB AB – 471
105 Charlie Blackmon, Colorado Rockies – Walk-Off HR in 12th Marks 1st HR of Season – 182
106 Fernando Tatis Jr., San Diego Padres – Youngest Player with HR and 3 SB in a Game Since 1981 – 813
107 Enrique Hernandez, Los Angeles Dodgers – 3-Run HR Seals 5-3 Comeback Victory – 223

April 20

108 Taylor Clarke, Arizona Diamondbacks – 1st Player to Get 1st Hit and Save in Same Game – 270
109 Cole Tucker, Pittsburgh Pirates – Hits Game-Winning HR for 1st Career Hit – 787
110 Christian Yelich, Milwaukee Brewers – 2-HR Game Makes Brewers History – 339
111 Eddie Rosario, Minnesota Twins – HR Tear Continues with 3 HRs in Doubleheader – 202
112 Albert Pujols, Los Angeles Angels/Babe Ruth, New York Yankees – Passes Babe Ruth for 5th Most on RBI List with 1,993 – 638
113 Ozzie Albies/Ronald Acuna Jr., Atlanta Braves – Spark Braves 8-7 Win with 5-Run 9th Inning Comeback Rally – 262
114 Michael Chavis, Boston Red Sox – Doubles in 1st Career At-Bat – 558
115 Yusei Kikuchi, Seattle Mariners – Notches 1st Career Win – 730

April 21

116 James Paxton, New York Yankees – Back-to-Back 12-K Starts Ties Yankees History – 296
117 Austin Romine, New York Yankees – Walk-Off Single Seals 7-6 Victory – 299
118 David Bote, Chicago Cubs – Walk-Off Single Lifts Cubs to 2-1 Win – 233
119 Ramon Laureano, Oakland Athletics – HR Robbery Begins Unbelieveable Double Play – 378
120 Cody Bellinger, Los Angeles Dodgers – Robs Yelich of HR & Hits Game-Winner Off Hader – 316

April 22

121 Nolan Arenado, Colorado Rockies – Star Hits Go-Ahead HR for 1,000th Career Hit – 314
122 Gio Urshela, New York Yankees – Game-Winning Single in Top of 14th Inning – 272

April 23

123 Zack Wheeler, New York Mets – HR, 3 RBI Punctuate Dominant, 11-K Performance – 323
124 Darwinzon Hernandez, Boston Red Sox – Red Sox Prospect Debuts with 4 Ks in 2.1 Innings – 326
125 Javier Baez, Chicago Cubs – Evades Tag with Juke to Earn Infield Single – 234
126 Dwight Smith Jr., Baltimore Orioles – Jumps at Wall for Highlight-Reel HR Robbery – 154
127 Eddie Rosario, Minnesota Twins – 10 HRs in April Sets Twins Record – 183
128 Mike Ford, New York Yankees – 1st Career HR Fuels Yankees in 7-5 Win – 709
129 Austin Hedges, San Diego Padres – Superb, Off-Balance Throw Nabs Baserunner – 181

April 24

130 Chris Paddack, San Diego Padres – 19 Straight Batters Retired Highlights Dominant, One-Hit Outing – 484
131 Chad Pinder, Oakland Athletics – 2-Out, Walk-Off Single Secures Series Sweep – 152

April 25

132 Trevor Bauer, Cleveland Indians – Outduels Gerrit Cole with 8 IP in 2-1 Win – 210

April 26

133 Albert Pujols, Los Angeles Angels – 1,995 RBI Passes Gehrig for 4th Most All-Time – 599
134 Nelson Cruz/Eddie Rosario/C.J. Cron, Minnesota Twins – Back-to-Back-to-Back Home Runs Power Win – 484
135 Max Scherzer, Washington Nationals – 3rd Fastest Pitcher to Reach 2,500 Ks (344 Games) – 575
136 Carter Kieboom, Washington Nationals – Game-Tying HR for First Career Hit in MLB Debut – 2,109
137 Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Toronto Blue Jays – 1st Career Hit Sets Up Walk-Off Win in MLB Debut – 19,396
138 Brandon Drury, Toronto Blue Jays – 2-Run, Walk-Off HR Powers 4-2 Win – 592
139 Cody Bellinger, Los Angeles Dodgers – 88 Total Bases Before May Sets MLB Record – 684
140 Lorenzo Cain, Milwaukee Brewers – HR Robbery High Over Center Field Wall – 429
141 Tim Anderson, Chicago White Sox – First Career Walk-Off HR Powers 12-11 Win – 500

April 27

142 Tony Kemp, Houston Astros – Pinch-Hit, Walk-Off HR in the 10th Caps 4-3 Win – 181
143 Christian Yelich, Milwaukee Brewers – 14th HR Before May 1st Ties MLB Record – 273
144 Gary Sanchez, New York Yankees – 467-Ft Grand Slam Marks Longest of Statscast Era – 400
145 Mike Minor, Texas Rangers – Career-High 13 Strikeouts Fuel 15-1 Victory – 152

April 28

146 Albert Pujols, Los Angeles Angels – 1,997 RBI Passes Bonds for 3rd on All-Time List – 353
147 Victor Robles/Carter Kieboom/Juan Soto, Washington Nationals – 1st Trio Younger Than 22 to HR in Same Game in MLB History – 612
148 Zach Eflin, Philadelphia Phillies – Complete Game, 1 Run Allowed Leads 5-1 Win – 259
149 Reynaldo Lopez, Chicago White Sox – 14 Ks, 0 ER in 6 Innings Make MLB History – 142
150 Cody Bellinger, Los Angeles Dodgers – Joins Historic Company with 14th HR of Season – 301
151 Elvis Luciano, Toronto Blue Jays – 19-Year-Old’s First Career Win Makes History – 318
152 Matt Adams, Washington Nationals – 11th-Inning, Walk-Off HR Seals 7-6 Victory – 163
153 Justin Smoak, Toronto Blue Jays – Walk-Off Single Caps 11th-Inning Comeback – 149

April 29

154 Cody Bellinger, Los Angeles Dodgers – 37th RBI Before May Sets All-Time MLB Record – 550
155 Ehire Adrianza/Eddie Rosario/Max Kepler, Minnesota Twins – Twins 50th HR Through 26 Games Sets Franchise Mark – 240

April 30

156 C.C. Sabathia, New York Yankees – 17th Pitcher in MLB History to Reach 3,000 Ks – 1,035
157 Pete Alonso, New York Mets – 1st Walk-Off RBI Leads to a 4-3 Win – 616
158 Rick Porcello, Boston Red Sox – 8 Shutout Innings, 8 Ks Lead to a 5-1 Victory – 170
159 Griffin Canning, Los Angeles Angels – 6 Ks in Solid MLB Debut Lift Angels to 4-3 Win – 558

May

May 1

160 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels – 28th Game on Base to Open Season Sets Record – 475
161 Buster Posey, San Francisco Giants – Walk-Off Single Leads to Series Win Over Dodgers – 185
162 Yonder Alonso, Chicago White Sox – 2-RBI, Walk-Off Single Seals 7-6 Win – 143
163 Arizona Diamondbacks – 124 XBHs in Opening Month Set NL Record – 148

May 2

164 Tim Anderson, Chicago White Sox/Cody Bellinger, Los Angeles Dodgers – Named AL and NL Players of the Month – 283
165 Brandon Lowe, Tampa Bay Rays/Pete Alonso, New York Mets – Named AL and NL Rookies of the Month – 743
166 Noah Syndergaard, New York Mets – HR and CG Shutout in 1-0 Win Marks 1st Since 1983 – 833
167 Stephen Strasburg, Washington Nationals – Sets MLB Record for Fewest IP to Reach 1,500 Ks – 376
168 Nicky Delmonico, Chicago White Sox – 3-Run, Walk-Off HR Seals 6-4 Win Over Red Sox – 206

May 3

169 Tyler Naquin, Cleveland Indians – Pinch-Hit, Walk-Off Single Seals 2-1 Victory – 173
170 Josh Phegly, Oakland Athletics – 8 RBI by a Catcher Sets Franchise Record – 155
171 Nick Senzel, Cincinnati Reds – 1st Hit in MLB Debut Comes on Infield Single – 2,217
172 Evan Longoria, San Francisco Giants – Go-Ahead HR Erases 8-0 Deficit, Ties History – 171
173 Kyle Hendricks, Chicago Cubs – 1st CG Shutout on 81 Pitches or Less Since 2012 – 291

May 4

174 Nick Senzel, Cincinnati Reds – 1st MLB HR Highlights 9-2 Romp of Giants – 1,271
175 Ryan Braun, Milwaukee Brewers – 18th Inning Walk-Off Marks Career-Best 6th Hit – 245
176 Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Toronto Blue Jays – 1st MLB RBI Comes on 2-Out Single – 2,454
177 Boston Red Sox – 10 Hits in a Row Highlight 15-2 Win, Marks MLB 1st Since 2010 – 243

May 5

178 Eugenio Suarez/Jesse Winker/Derek Dietrich, Cincinnati Reds – Launch Back-to-Back-to-Back HRs on 3 Consecutive Pitches – 312
179 Brandon Dixon, Detroit Tigers – 10th-Inning, 2-Out, Walk-Off HR Notches 5-2 Win – 168
180 Starling Marte, Pittsburgh Pirates – 13th-Inning, 3-Run, Walk-Off HR Secures 5-3 Win – 170
181 Hunter Renfroe, San Diego Padres – Pinch-Hit, Walk-Off Grand Slam Off Kenley Jansen Seals Win – 430
182 Chicago Cubs – 7th Straight Win Leads Cubs from Last to 1st in NL Central Division – 292

May 6

183 Nick Senzel, Cincinnati Reds – 2 HRs in 1st Game Batting Leadoff – 887
184 Pablo Sandoval, San Francisco Giants – 2nd Player in Modern Era to Notch a HR, SB and Scoreless Pitching Outing – 221
185 Anthony Rizzo, Chicago Cubs – 3rd Fastest Player in Cubs History to 200 HRs – 387
186 Chris Paddack, San Diego Padres – Outduels deGrom with 7 2/3 Shutout IP, 11 Ks – 535

May 7

187 Bryce Harper, Philadelphia Phillies – 1st Grand Slam with Phillies Powers 11-1 Win – 517
188 DJ LeMahieu, New York Yankees – Walk-Off Single Caps 3-Run Comeback in the 9th – 232
189 Kris Bryant, Chicago Cubs – 2-Out, Walk-Off, 3-Run HR Leads 5-2 Victory –
190 Robinson Cano, New York Mets – Ground-Rule Double Marks 2,500th Career Hit – 306
191 Pete Alonso, New York Mets – Go-Ahead, 2-Run HR in Top of 9th Inning Fuels Win – 687
192 Ramon Laureano, Oakland Athletics – Robs HR in 6th Inning to Preserve No-Hitter – 329
193 Mike Fiers, Oakland Athletics – 2nd No-Hitter of Career Marks 1st of 2019 – 419
194 Hyun-Jin Ryu, Los Angeles Dodgers – CG Shutout on 93 Pitches Locks Down 9-0 Win – 249
195 Justin Turner, Los Angeles Dodgers – 3-HR, 6-RBI Game Highlights 9-0 Romp of Braves – 226

May 8

196 Joey Gallo, Texas Rangers – 100 HRs Before 100 Singles Sets MLB Record – 264
197 Manny Margot, San Diego Padres – Robs Pete Alonso of HR in Tie Game – 196
198 Jose Ramirez, Cleveland Indians – Launches Walk-Off, 2-Run HR to Seal 5-3 Win – 199
199 Chris Sale, Boston Red Sox – Immaculate Inning Highlights 14-K Outing – 275
200 Jorge Polanco/Kyle Gibson, Minnesota Twins – Polanco’s 5 Hits, Gibson’s 11 Ks Lead Twins to Best Record in MLB – 222
201 Jason Heyward, Chicago Cubs – 11th-Inning HR Caps 2nd Straight Walk-Off – 268
202 Jackie Bradley Jr., Boston Red Sox – Robs Would-Be, Walk-Off HR in 11th Inning – 263
203 Stephen Piscotty, Oakland Athletics – 13th-Inning, Walk-Off HR Secures 5-4 Win – 179
Checklist #101-200 – 137

May 9

204 Albert Pujols, Los Angeles Angels – With HR, Slugger Becomes 3rd Player in MLB History to Reach 2,000 RBI – 1,547
205 Josh Reddick, Houston Astros – 9th-Inning HR Robbery Saves Game in 4-2 Win – 206
206 Ketel Marte, Arizona Diamondbacks – 10th-Inning, Walk-Off Single Seals Comeback Win – 172
207 St. Louis Cardinals – 17-Run Barrage Comes Without Leaving the Yard – 219

May 10

208 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels – Belts Two-Run HR for Young Fan, Secures 8-3 Win – 541
209 Justin Verlander, Houston Astros – 1-Hit Over 7 Scoreless Innings Fuels Win – 199
210 Jake Odorizzi, Minnesota Twins – 1-Hit, 0 ERs in 7 IP Extends Scoreless Inning Streak – 190
211 Ronald Acuna Jr., Atlanta Braves – 466-Ft. HR Wins Game, Marks Braves Longest Since 2015 – 640
212 Matt Chapman, Oakland Athletics – 12th-Inning, Walk-Off Homer Caps 4-3 Win – 252

May 11

213 Felix Hernandez, Seattle Mariners – 6th Youngest Pitcher to Reach 2,500 Strikeouts – 197
214 Willson Contreras, Chicago Cubs – 15th-Inning, Walk-Off HR Puts Cubs Atop Division – 299
215 Ramon Laureano, Oakland Athletics – Single Fuels Second Straight Walk-Off Win – 246
216 Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Toronto Blue Jays – Youngest to Reach Base 4 Times in 1 Game in Club History – 1,373
217 Zach Eflin, Philadelphia Phillies – Complete-Game Shutout Powers Win Over Royals – 267
218 Gerardo Parra, Washington Nationals – Go-Ahead Grand Slam in 8th Marks 1st Hit with New Club – 162

May 12

219 George Springer, Houston Astros – 5-for-5 with 2 HRs, 5 Runs Mark Historic Day – 237
220 Cole Irvin, Philadelphia Phillies – 7 IP, 1st Career Win Highlight MLB Debut – 656
221 Hyun-Jin Ryu, Los Angeles Dodgers – Near-No-No Extends Scoreless IP Streak to 24 – 240
222 Major League Baseball – MLB Players Champion the Fight Against Breast Cancer – 330

May 13

223 Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels – 1st HR Since Return from IL Sparks 5-4 Win – 1,051
224 Omar Narvaez, Seattle Mariners – 10th-Inning, Walk-Off Single Seals 6-5 Win – 151

May 14

225 George Springer, Houston Astros – Inside-the-Park HR Ties Sluggerfor MLB Lead in HRs – 288
226 Kyle Hendricks, Chicago Cubs – 8 IP, 3 Hits and 2 RBI at the Plate Lead 3-1 Win – 281
227 Keston Hiura, Milwaukee Brewers – 1st MLB Hit Highlights 2-for-3 Debut – 1,213
228 Chris Sale, Boston Red Sox – 1st Pitcher in MLB History to Notch 17 Ks in 7 IP or Fewer – 361
229 Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Toronto Blue Jays – 1st MLB HR Highlights Breakout, 2-HR Night – 6,770

May 15

230 Edwin Jackson, Toronto Blue Jays – Makes Appearance for MLB-Record 14th Team – 214
231 Shaun Anderson, San Francisco Giants – Rookie Impresses with 5 IP, 2 Hits in MLB Debut – 358
232 Gleyber Torres, New York Yankees – 3 HRs Ignite Doubleheader Sweep of Division Rival – 311
233 Austin Riley, Atlanta Braves – 1st Hit Comes on a 438-Ft. HR in MLB Debut – 3,022
234 Jared Walsh, Los Angeles Angels – 1st MLB Hit Highlights 3-Hit Debut – 389
235 Yasiel Puig, Cincinnati Reds – 10th-Inning, Walk-Off Single Drives 6-5 Victory – 210
236 Michael Chavis, Boston Red Sox – 10th-Inning, Walk-Off Single Seals 6-5 Win – 565
237 Kenta Maeda, Los Angeles Dodgers – 12 Ks, 2 RBI Carry Dodgers to 2-0 Win – 233

May 16

238 Jason Kipnis, Cleveland Indians – 2 HRs, 6 RBI Drive 14-7 Win – 159
239 Manny Machado, San Diego Padres – Diving, Rolling Throw Nabs Runner at 1st Base – 151

May 17

240 Brendan Rodgers, Colorado Rockies – Top Prospect Gathers RBI in 1st MLB At-Bat – 965
241 Ryan Pressly, San Francisco Giants – Athletic Defensive Play Sets MLB Scoreless Record – 229
242 Gio Urshela, New York Yankees – 9th-Inning Walk-Off Single Secures Victory – 317
243 Kris Bryant, Chicago Cubs – 3 HRs in Three Innings Seals Historic Feat – 1,242

May 18

244 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels – 250th Career HR Comes on Impressive 473-Foot Shot – 1,396
245 Bryce Harper, Philadelphia Phillies – 466-Foot HR Powers Phillies Win Over Rockies – 622
246 Freddie Freeman, Atlanta Braves – 10th-Inning Walk-Off HR Seals Win Over Brewers – 271

May 19

247 Houston Astros – 7-3 Win Claims Second 10-Game Win Streak & 1st Place in MLB – 218
248 Sandy Alcantara, Miami Marlins – CG SHO in Under 90 Pitches Matches Franchise Best – 154
249 Shane Bieber, Cleveland Indians – 15 Ks Highlight CG Shutout in 10-0 Victory – 209
250 Keston Hiura, Milwaukee Brewers – 1st Career HR Highlights 3-2, 10-Inning Victory – 419
251 Freddie Freeman, Atlanta Braves – HRs in 4 Straight Games Mark a Career 1st – 204

May 20

252 Pete Alonso, New York Mets – 15th HR in Just 46 Games Sets Mets Record – 885
253 Gleyber Torres, New York Yankees – 5th Career Multi-HR Game Makes Yankees History – 376
254 Gary Sanchez, New York Yankees – 3-Run HR in 9th Inning Caps Big Comeback – 290
255 Jake Arrieta/J.T. Realmuto, Philadelphia Phillies – Wrigley Field Homecoming and 10th-Inning HR Spur 5-4 Win – 281

May 21

256 Javier Baez, Chicago Cubs – Pinch-Hit, Walk-Off Single Seals Comeback Win – 306
257 Pete Alonso, New York Mets – 16 HRs Before ASG Set Mets Rookie Record – 1,234
258 Amed Rosario, New York Mets – Walk-Off Single Caps 6-5 Win – 267
259 Domingo German, New York Yankees – 1st Yankees Pitcher to Reach 9 Wins Within 1st 47 Games Since 1958 – 288
260 Justin Verlander, Houston Astros – 6 No-Hit Innings Highlight 12-K, 1-Hit Outing – 201
261 Zack Greinke, Arizona Diamondbacks – Reaches 2,500 Ks in 7-Inning Quality Start – 181

May 22

262 Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Toronto Blue Jays – Hits 1st HR at Rogers Centre – 2,197
263 Gleyber Torres, New York Yankees – 10th HR, 4th Multi-HR Game Vs. Orioles in 2019 – 313
264 New York Yankees – Set MLB Record with 6th Straight Game with at Least 3 HRs at One Ballpark – 343
265 Chicago White Sox – Turn the 1st Triple Play of 2019 – 210
266 Eloy Jimenez, Chicago White Sox – Youngest White Sox Player with 2 Multi-HR Games Since 1977 – 573
267 Michael Chavis, Boston Red Sox – Launches Game-Winning HR in 13th Inning – 592

May 23

268 Austin Riley, Atlanta Braves – HR & Game-Winning Single Highlight Historic Rookie Start – 1,383
269 Minnesota Twins – 2nd 8-HR Game of 2019 Matches Franchise Record – 245
270 Lucas Giolito, Chicago White Sox – CG SHO Joins Chris Sale Among White Sox Best – 182

May 24

271 Minnesota Twins – Join 1999 Seattle Mariners as Only Teams with 100+ HRs in 50 Games – 278
272 Christian Yelich, Milwaukee Brewers – Fastest in Franchise History to Reach 20 HRs – 224
273 Josh Naylor, San Diego Padres – Make MLB Debut in 6-3 Victory – 465
274 Cavan Biggio, Toronto Blue Jays – Toronto Blue Jays Prospect Makes MLB Debut – 1,268
275 Cavan Biggio/Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Toronto Blue Jays – 1st Time Two Sons of HOF Players Are MLB Teammates – 2,007
276 Trevor Story, Colorado Rockies – Walk-Off HR to End Historic Game – 271

May 25

277 San Diego Padres – Franchise-Record 7 HRs Highlight 19-4 Win – 152
278 Tomas Nido, New York Mets – 13th-Inning, Walk-Off HR Seals 5-4 Win – 193
279 Patrick Corbin, Washington Nationals – CG SHO Carries Team to 5-0 Win – 191
280 Mike Soroka, Atlanta Braves – 8th Start with 1 ER or Less to Open Season – 221
281 Carlos Correa, Houston Astros – Walk-Off Single Secures 4-3 Victory – 160
282 Nolan Arenado, Colorado Rockies – Becomes 4th Fastest 3B to 200 HRs – 178
283 Jared Walsh, Los Angeles Angels – Pinch-Hit, Walk-Off Single Caps 3-2 Win – 200

May 26

284 Cavan Biggio, Toronto Blue Jays – Smashes His First Career in Front of HOF Dad – 1,320
285 Whit Merrifield, Kansas City Royals – 10th-Inning Walk-Off Single Secures Win – 177
286 Brandon Woodruff, Milwaukee Brewers – Career High 10 Ks in Nearly Perfect Game – 185
287 Justin Turner, Los Angeles Dodgers – 5 Hits Lead to Sweep of Pirates – 211

May 27

288 Kevin Kiermaier, Tampa Bay Rays – Robs XBH with Unbelievable Catch at the Wall – 167
289 Oakland Athletics – 8-5 Victory Over Angels Marks 10th Straight Win – 143
290 Raimel Tapia, Colorado Rockies – 11th-Inning, Walk-Off Single Seals 4-3 Win – 137
291 Mallex Smith, Seattle Mariners – Notches a Stolen Base Cycle in 4-Steal Day – 154

May 28

292 Yolmer Sanchez, Chicago White Sox – Walk-Off Single Caps 2-1 Win in Suspended Game – 159
293 Derek Dietrich, Cincinnati Reds – 3-HR, 6-RBI Game Extends HR Binge – 285
294 Cody Bellinger, Los Angeles Dodgers – 2nd in Franchise History to 20 HRs in 55 Games – 388
295 Alex Bregman, Houston Astros – 2-HR Game Sets Astros Record for HRs in May – 196

May 29

296 Jonathan Davis, Toronto Blue Jays – Makes Unreal, Fully Extended Catch in Deep CF – 334
297 Kyle Hendricks, Chicago Cubs – 4th Start of 8 IP, 1 ER or Less in 1 Month Marks 1st Since Kershaw – 299
298 Willy Adames, Tampa Bay Rays – 11th-Inning, Walk-Off Single Seals 4-3 Win – 248
299 Pete Alonso, New York Mets – 2-HR Game Ties Rookie Record for HRs Before June 1 – 1,031
300 Los Angeles Dodgers – 4-Run 9th Inning Caps Comeback in Walk-Off Victory – 354
Checklist #201-300 – 171

May 30

301 Daniel Murphy, Colorado Rockies – 10th-Inning, Walk-Off Single Seals 11-10 Win – 172
302 Josh Bell, Pittsburgh Pirates – 1st Player Since 1978 to 92+ Total Bases in May – 283
303 Hyun-Jin Ryu, Los Angeles Dodgers – 11th Straight Start with 2 Runs or Less to Open Season Marks 1st Since 2010 – 302

May 31

304 Trevor Story, Colorado Rockies – 2 HRs Power Career-High 7-RBI Game – 181
305 Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Toronto Blue Jays – HR Marks MLB-Record 1120th Across Majors in May – 996
306 Mat Carpenter, St. Louis Cardinals – Walk-Off Single Fuels 2-1 Win Over Cubs – 137
307 Josh Bell, Pittsburgh Pirates – 94 TBs in Month of May Marks Most Since Willie Mays in 1958 – 250
308 Niko Goodrum, Detroit Tigers – 5-Hit, 2-HR Game in Front of Hometown Crowd – 177
309 Jay Bruce, Seattle Mariners – Collects 300th Home Run of Career – 163
310 Mike Yastrzemski, San Francisco Giants – Hits 1st Career HR Against Team That Drafted Him – 787

June

June 1

311 Austin Riley, Atlanta Braves – Hits 8th HR Through 16 Games to Set Braves Record – 997
312 Justin Verlander, Houston Astros – Passes Cy Young, Moves Into 21st Place on All-Time Ks List with 2,807 – 209
313 Tim Locastro, Arizona Diamondbacks – 11th-Inning, Walk-Off Single Caps Comeback Win – 171
314 Will Smith, Los Angeles Dodgers – 1st Career HR a Walk-Off to Fuel 4-3 Win – 608
315 Keston Hiura/Orlando Arcia, Milwaukee Brewers – 9th-Inning, Game Tying HR and 13th-Inning Blast Power Comeback Win – 211

June 2

316 Minnesota Twins – 40 Wins in 58 Games Mark Best Start in Franchise History – 219
317 Max Scherzer, Washington Nationals – 15 Ks Over 8 IP Lead Team to 4-1 Win – 193
318 Ketel Marte, Arizona Diamondbacks – 482-Ft Leadoff HR Matches Longest HR of 2019 – 158
319 Albert Pujols, Los Angeles Angels/Ted Williams, Boston Red Sox – 25th Career 5-RBI Game Ties Ted Williams for 9th Most in History – 310
320 Adam Wainwright, St. Louis Cardinals – 8 Scoreless IP Seals Series Sweep of Cubs – 160

June 3

321 Rafael Devers, Boston Red Sox/Josh Bell, Pittsburgh Pirates – Named AL and NL Players of the Month – 234
322 Michael Chavis, Boston Red Sox/Austin Riley, Atlanta Braves – Named AL and NL Rookies of the Month – 771
323 Walker Buehler, Los Angeles Dodgers – Retires 14 Straight Batters in 11-K Outing – 297

June 4

324 Pete Alonso/Darryl Strawberry, New York Mets – Alonso Joins Strawberry as Only Rookies in Mets History to Hit 20 HRs – 872
325 Miami Marlins – Set Franchise Record with 11-Run Inning – 163
326 Austin Riley, Atlanta Braves – 2nd Fastest Player in MLB History to 25 RBI – 1,482
327 Pedro Severino, Baltimore Orioles – 3 HRs Highlight 12-11 Win – 195
328 Jay Bruce, Philadelphia Phillies – 2 HRs, 6 RBI in 1st Start with Phillies – 443
329 Hyun-Jin Ryu, Los Angeles Dodgers – 7 Scoreless IP Lowers ERA to 1.35 Amid Dominant Stretch – 272

June 5

330 Gary Sanchez, New York Yankees – 19th HR Before ASG Sets Club Record for Catchers – 224
331 Trea Turner, Washington Nationals – Walk-Off, 2-Run HR Seals 6-4 Win – 157
332 David Peralta, Arizona Diamondbacks – Walk-Off Single Caps Comeback – 175
333 Jason Vargas, New York Mets – CG SHO Leads Mets to 7-0 Win – 199
334 Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Toronto Blue Jays – Go-Ahead, 3-Run HR Leads 11-7 Win Over Yankees – 815
335 David Bote, Chicago Cubs – Career-High 7 RBI in Four-Hit Performance – 307
336 Chris Sale, Boston Red Sox – 2nd Immaculate Inning of Season Highlight CG SHO – 251
337 Adam Haseley, Philadelphia Phillies – First Career Hit a Game-Winning, RBI Single – 750
338 Delino DeShields, Texas Rangers – Walk-Off Single Caps Win in 12th Inning – 129
339 Dustin Garneau, Los Angeles Angels – Walk-Off Hit Seals 10-9 Win Over Division Rival – 192

June 6

340 Max Kepler, Minnesota Twins – 3 HRs Highlight 4-Hit, 4-RBI Game – 234
341 Peter Lambert, Colorado Rockies – 9 Ks in MLB Debut Sets Club Record – 508

June 7

342 Jay Bruce, Philadelphia Phillies – 1st Phillies Player in Modern Era with 4 HRs in 1st 4 Games – 363
343 Zach Plesac, Cleveland Indians – Earns 1st Career Win with 7 Strong Innings Vs. Yankees – 421
344 Gerrit Cole/Robinson Chirinos, Houston Astros – 14 K Outing Leads to 11th Inning Walk-Off Win – 144
345 Fernando Tatis Jr., San Diego Padres – 3-for-4, HR in 2nd Game Back from IL – 461
346 Austin Hedges, San Diego Padres – 9th Inning Walk-Off Single Seals 5-4 Comeback Win – 198

June 8

347 Bryan Reynolds, Pittsburgh Pirates – Longest Rookie On-Base Streak in Franchise Since 1956 – 443
348 Nick Pivetta, Philadelphia Phillies – 1st Complete Game of Career Powers Win – 302
349 Tommy La Stella/Mike Trout/Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels – 3 Straight HRs Off Top Rookie Highlight Win Over Mariners – 834
350 Adrian Sampson, Texas Rangers – 1st CG of Career Highlights Doubleheader Sweep – 159

June 9

351 Yordan Alvarez, Houston Astros – 1st MLB HR Highlights Top Prospect’s Debut – 2,241
352 Eloy Jimenez, Chicago White Sox – 471-Ft. HR Marks Longest at Kauffman Stadium in 2019 – 404
353 Howie Kendrick/Trea Turner/Adam Eaton/Anthony Rendon, Washington Nationals – 1st MLB Franchise to Hit 4 Straight HRs Twice in Team History – 384
354 Edwin Encarnacion, Seattle Mariners – 400th Career HR Highlights 2-HR Game – 266
355 Ronald Acuna Jr./Matt Joyce, Atlanta Braves – Game-Tying HR in 9th Inning, Go-Ahead Single in 12th Seal Comeback Win – 273

June 10

356 Jarrod Dyson/Ketel Marte/David Peralta, Arizona Diamondbacks – Back-to-Back-to-Back HRs to Open Game Marks 6th Time in MLB History – 151
357 Ian Desmond, Colorado Rockies – 486-Ft HR Marks Longest HR of 2019, Per Statcast – 146
358 Arizona Diamondback/Philadelphia Phillies – 13-HR Slugfest Marks MLB Record – 321
359 Hyun-Jin Ryu, Los Angeles Dodgers – 2nd SP in MLB History to Allow 2 Runs or Fewer in 1st 13 Starts of Season – 252

June 11

360 Josh Donaldson/Nick Markakis/Brian McCann/Ozzie Albies, Atlanta Braves – Braves Hit Back-to-Back HRs Twice in Same Inning –
361 Christian Yelich, Milwaukee Brewers – Fastest Player in Club History to Reach 25 HRs –
362 Yordan Alvarez, Houston Astros – 1st Astros Player to Hit HR in 1st 2 Games –
363 Oscar Mercado, Cleveland Indians – 10th-Inning, Walk-Off Single Caps 2-1 Win –
364 Eloy Jimenez, Chicago White Sox – 1st HR at Home Ballpark Goes 462 Feet –

June 12

365 Rowdy Tellez, Toronto Blue Jays – 1st in Club History to Hit Two Grand Slams as a Rookie – 324
366 Jordan Yamamoto, Miami Marlins – 7 Scoreless IP, 1st Win in MLB Debut – 534
367 Justin Verlander, Houston Astros – 2nd Pitcher in Club History with 15 K, 0 BB Game – 237
368 Austin Riley, Atlanta Braves – Fastest to Reach 10 Career HRs in Club History – 895
369 Ozzie Albies, Atlanta Braves – 11th-Inning, Walk-Off Double Seals 8-7 Win – 226

June 13

370 Albert Pujols, Los Angeles Angels – 6th Player in MLB History to Hit 200 HRs with 2 Teams – 411
371 Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels – 1st Cycle in MLB History by Japanese-Born Player – 3,355
372 Cavan Biggio, Toronto Blue Jays – 1st Multi-HR Game of Career – 547
373 Major League Baseball – 1st Game in MLB HIstory Played in Nebraska – 522
374 Nicky Lopez, Kansas City Royals – 1st MLB HR Comes in His College Ballpark – 615

June 14

375 Jake Bauers, Cleveland Indians – 2-Run HR Caps Cycle – 399
376 Eloy Jimenez, Chicago White Sox – Pair of 3-Run HRs Lift White Sox Over Yankees – 366
377 Ian Desmond, Colorado Rockies – Fastest Inside-the-Park HR of 2019, per Statcast (15.09 Seconds) – 193
378 Brian McCann, Atlanta Braves – Collects 1,000th RBI with Walk-Off Single – 280
379 Hunter Renfroe, San Diego Padres – 3-HR Game Fuels Comeback, 12-Inning Win – 256
380 Fernando Tatis Jr./Austin Allen, San Diego Padres – Pair of Rookies Spark Record-Setting, Comeback Win –

June 15

381 Pete Alonso, New York Mets – 458-Ft HR Sets Statscast-Era Record for Mets Player at Citifield – 698
382 Yordan Alvarez, Houston Astros – 4th Player in MLB History with 4 HRs in 1st 5 Games – 1,041
383 Mike Yastrzemski, San Francisco Giants – Game-Saving, Diving Catch for Final Out in 8-7 Win – 361
384 Charlie Blackmon, Colorado Rockies – 3 Straight 4-Hit Games Sets Franchise Record – 234

June 16

385 Trevor Bauer, Cleveland Indians – CG, 4-Hit SHO Secures 8-0 Win – 209
386 Charlie Blackmon, Colorado Rockies – MLB Record 15 Hits in 4-Game Series – 259
387 Major League Baseball – MLB Players Honor Father’s Day by Wearing Blue – 511

June 17

388 Masahiro Tanaka, New York Yankees – CG, 2-Hit SHO with 10 Ks Leads 3-0 Win – 718
389 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels – 456-Ft HR Ties Club Record for Most 20-HR Seasons – 770

June 18

390 Josh Bell, Pittsburgh Pirates – 1st Player Since 2001 with 50 XBHs in 72 Games – 166
391 Edwin Encarnacion, New York Yankees – 1st HR with Yankees Helps Extend Division Lead – 339
392 Pete Alonso, New York Mets – Reaches Base 6 Times in 3-XBH, 4-Hit Game – 630
393 Cole Hamels, Chicago Cubs – Reaches 2,500 Career Ks in Dominant Start – 301
394 Eloy Jimenez, Chicago White Sox – Game-Winning HR in 9th Inning Against Cubs – 411
395 Jackie Bradley Jr., Boston Red Sox – Crashes Into Wall for Incredible Running Catch – 226
396 Jordan Yamamoto, Miami Marlins – 2nd Start to Begin Career with 7 IP, 0 ER, 3 Hits or Fewer Makes History – 499
397 Max Kepler, Minnesota Twins – Walk-Off Single in 17th Inning Caps 4-3 Win – 296
398 Logan Allen, San Diego Padres – 7 Shutout IP, 3 Hits Allowed in MLB Debut – 427

June 19

399 CC Sabathia, New York Yankees – Reaches 250 Career Wins in Dominant Outing – 856
400 Jesse Winker, Cincinnati Reds – Walk-Off Single Seals Series Sweep of Astros – 352
401 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels – 2 HRs and Career-High 7 RBI Lead 11-6 Win – 862
402 Max Scherzer, Washington Nationals – 7 IP, 10 Ks the Day After Breaking Nose – 873
403 Paul Goldschmidt, St. Louis Cardinals – 11th-Inning, Walk-Off HR Secures 2-1 Win – 327
404 Los Angeles Dodgers – 1st Team in 2019 MLB Season to Reach 50 Wins –
Checklist #301-400 –

June 20

405 Pete Alonso, New York Mets/Cody Bellinger, Los Angeles Dodgers – Alonso Matches Bellinger with the Most HRs in NL History Before MLB ASG – 660
406 Billy McKinney, Toronto Blue Jays – 10th-Inning, Walk-Off HR Seals 7-5 Win – 217
407 Adbert Alzolay, Chicago Cubs – 1st Win in MLB Debut After 5 Ks in 4 IP – 563
408 Matt Chapman, Oakland Athletics – Walk-Off HR Caps 4-Run, 9th-Inning Comeback – 274
409 Christian Yelich, Milwaukee Brewers – MLB Record 20 HRs in 1st 29 Home Games of Season – 301

June 21

410 Albert Pujols, Los Angeles Angels – Legendary Slugger Receives Standing Ovation in Return to St. Louis – 615
411 Zack Collins, Chicago White Sox – 447-Foot HR Marks 1st MLB Hit – 404
412 Nomar Mazara, Texas Rangers – 505-Foot HR Matches Longest in Statscast Era – 153
413 Christian Vazquez, Boston Red Sox – Walk-Off, 2-Run HR Seals 7-5 Win – 199
414 Walker Buehler, Los Angeles Dodgers – 1st Dodgers Pitcher Ever to Total 16 Ks and 0 BBs – 393
415 Matt Beaty, Los Angeles Dodgers – Walk-Off, 2-Run HR Secures 4-2 Win – 442

June 22

416 Aaron Civale, Cleveland Indians – 2 Hs Allowed Over 6 Shutout IP in MLB Debut –
417 Wilkin Castillo, Miami Marlins – Double Highlights 1st MLB Game in 3,654 Days –
418 Pete Alonso/Darryl Strawberry, New York Mets – 26th HR of Season Ties Mets Rookie Record –
419 Albert Pujols, Los Angeles Angels – HR Earns Curtain Call in Return to St. Louis –
420 Alex Verdugo, Los Angeles Dodgers – 11th-Inning, Walk-Off HR Seals 5-4 Win –

June 23

421 Fernando Tatis Jr., San Deigo Padres – Tags Up to Score on Routine Pop-Up to 2B – 483
422 Pete Alonso, New York Mets – 27th HR of Season Breaks Mets Rookie Record – 2,025
423 Javier Baez, Chicago Cubs – Game-Winning HR in 8th Marks 100th of Career – 406
424 Yordan Alvarez, Houston Astros – 1st Player Since 1920 with 7 HRs, 16 RBI in 1st 12 Games – 788
425 Alex Verdugo/Matt Beaty/Will Smith, Los Angeles Dodgers – 3 Consecutive Walk-Off HRs by Rookies Makes MLB History – 809
426 Tim Locastro, Arizona Diamondbacks – 10th-Inning, Walk-Off Single Seals 3-2 Win – 232
427 New York Yankees – 26th Consecutive Game with a HR Sets Yankees Record – 426

June 24

428 Marco Hernandez, Boston Red Sox – Walk-Off Single Secures 6-5 Win – 154
429 Zack Greinke, Arizona Diamondbacks – 2nd HR Off Fellow Cy Young Award Winner Matches MLB Record – 157
430 Jason Kipnis, Cleveland Indians – 10th-Inning, Walk-Off HR Seals 3-2 Win – 168
431 New York Yankees – 27th Consecutive Game with a HR Ties MLB Record – 314

June 25

432 New York Yankees – 28th Consecutive Game with a HR Breaks MLB Record – 724
433 Manny Machado, San Diego Padres – HR in 1st Game in Baltimore Since 2018 Trade – 154
434 Los Angeles Dodgers – Set Club Record with 55th Win Before MLB ASG – 202

June 26

435 Gleyber Torres, New York Yankees – Walk-Off Single Seals Series Sweep of Blue Jays – 321
436 Jay Bruce, Philadelphia Phillies – Walk-Off Double Secruees 5-4 Win – 250
437 Trevor Bauer, Cleveland Indians – 12 Ks, 3 Hits Allowed Lead 5-3 Win – 129
438 Mike Minor, Texas Rangers – 2nd CG of 2019 Leads 4-1 Win – 163

June 27

439 Jean Segura, Philadelphia Phillies – 5-Run 9th-Inning Rally Capped with Walk-Off HR – 310
440 Craig Kimbrel, Chicago Cubs – Earns 1st Save with Cubs in Season Debut – 497

June 28

441 Pete Alonso, New York Mets/Mark McGwire, Oakland Athletics – 28th HR Before July 1st Ties MLB Rookie Record- 1,038
442 Lance Lynn, Texas Rangers – 8 Scoreless Innings and 10 Ks Power 5-0 Win – 161
443 Yuli Gurriel, Houston Astros – 10th-Inning Walk-Off HR Seals Win Over Mariners – 180
444 Lourdes Gurriel Jr., Toronto Blue Jays  – Second Consecutive Game with 2 HRs – 195
445 Charlie Blackmon, Colorado Rockies – 1st MLB Player with 3+ Hits in 6 Straight Home Games – 206
446 Fernando Rodney, Washington Nationals – 9th-Inning Save with 9th Team Ties MLB Record – 184

June 29

447 Major League Baseball – Game 1 of the Inaugural London Series Marks First MLB Game in England – 738
448 Prince Harry/Meghan Markle – Duke and Duchess of Sussex Attend London Series Game 1 – 963
449 Aaron Hicks, New York Yankees – 1st MLB HR in UK Sends Yankees HR Streak to 30 Games – 444
450 Luke Voit, New York Yankees – 4-4, 3 Doubles Lead Yankees in London Series – 368
451 Michael Chavis, Boston Red Sox – Pair of 3-Run HRs Power Red Sox Offense in London Series – 420

452 DJ LeMahieu, New York Yankees – 1st Ever MLB Hit in London Highlights 5 RBI Game –
453 Brendan McKay, Tampa Bay Rays – Perfect-Game Bid, First Career Win in MLB Debut – 1,183
454 Danny Jansen, Toronto Blue Jays – 1st Walk-Off Home Run of Career Powers 7-5 Win – 295
455 Baltimore Orioles – Back-to-Back 13-0 Shutouts Sets MLB Record – 256
456 Yuli Gurriel, Houston Astros – Walk-Off Double in the 10th Caps Astros Win – 188

June 30

457 Boston Red Sox – 3 HRs in the 1st Inning for the 1st Time Since 1979 – 198
458 Gleyber Torres, New York Yankees – Youngest Yankees Hitter to 200 Hs Since Mantle – 411
459 New York Yankees – 9-Run 7th Inning Leads London Series Sweep – 381
460 Christian Yelich, Milwaukee Brewers – Reaches 1,000 Career Hits with Double – 286
461 Max Scherzer, Washington Nationals – 14 Ks, 8 IP Lead 2-1 Win Over Tigers – 220
462 Christian Yelich, Milwaukee Brewers/Cody Bellinger, Los Angeles Dodgers/Ronald Acuna Jr., Atlanta Braves – Youngest Outfielders Since Aaron, Mays, Robinson to Start a MLB ASG – 506
463 Freddie Freeman, Atlanta Braves – 33 RBI in June Sets Club Record for RBI in a Month – 219

July

July 1

464 Josh Bell, Pittsburgh Pirates – 3 HRs, 7 RBI Highlight 18-4 Romp of Cubs – 372
465 Christian Yelich, Milwaukee Brewers – 30th HR Before ASG Sets Brewers Record – 278

July 2

466 Trea Turner, Washington Nationals – Walk-Off Double Secures 3-2 Win – 163
467 Yasiel Puig, Cincinnati Reds – Wild Dash Home Seals 11th-Inning Walk-Off – 240

July 3

468 DJ LeMahieu, New York Yankees/Charlie Blackmon, Colorado Rockies – Named AL and NL Players of the Month – 282
469 Yordan Alvarez, Houston Astros/Pete Alonso, New York Mets – Named AL and NL Rookies of the Month – 646
470 Pete Alonso, New York Mets – Fastest in Franchise History to 50 XBH – 613
471 Bryce Harper, Philadelphia Phillies – Reaches 200-HR and 1,000-Hit Milestones with 1 Swing – 803
472 Dylan Cease, Chicago White Sox – Top Prospect Earns Win in MLB Debut – 532

473 Stephen Strasburg, Washington Nationals – Immaculate Inning Highlights 14-K Outing – 241
474 Sonny Gray, Cincinnati Reds – Collects 12 Ks in 8 Scoreless Innings – 199
475 Austin Riley, Atlanta Braves – Fastest Braves Player to 15 HRs Since 1930 – 536
476 Jose Abreu, Chicago White Sox – 3-Run, Walk-Off HR in 12th Caps 9-6 Win – 176
477 Cody Bellinger, Los Angeles Dodgers – HR Marks 5th Straight Home Game with Walk-Off – 515

July 4

478 New York Yankees – 5 Run 10th Inning Seals Victory Over Tampa Bay Rays – 204
479 Robel Garcia, Chicago Cubs – First Career Home Run Comes in Second Game – 615
480 Tommy Edman, St. Louis Cardinals – 2nd Consecutive Night of Go-Ahead Hits – 337

July 5

481 Minnesota Twins – 165 HRs Sets MLB Record for Most HR Prior to MLB All-Star Game – 299
482 Aaron Judge, New York Yankees – Go-Ahead HR in 11th Marks Second of Game – 361
483 Brian McCann, Atlanta Braves – Walk-Off Single Seals 1-0 Win Over Marlins – 197

July 6

484 Travis d’Arnaud, Tampa Bay Rays – HR in 9th Caps Walk-Off Victory Over Yankees – 170
485 Max Scherzer, Washington Nationals – Pays Homage to Expos with 11 Ks, Base Hit and Stolen Base – 717

July 7

486 Jorge Polanco, Minnesota Twins – Slick Spin Move, Diving Tag Thwarts Stolen Base Attempt – 148
487 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels – 27th HR Before MLB ASG Sets Club Record – 326
488 Fernando Tatis Jr., San Diego Padres – Youngest Player in Club History with Multi-HR Game – 440

July 8

489 Major League Baseball – 312 HRs in T-Mobile Home Run Derby Breaks MLB Record of 221 – 1,100
490 Joc Pederson, Los Angeles Dodgers/Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Toronto Blue Jays – Duo Crush 79 HRs in Epic Semifinal Showdown – 1,129
491 Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Toronto Blue Jays – 91 HRs Marks Most Ever in T-Mobile Home Run Derby – 2,399
492 Pete Alonso, New York Mets/Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Toronto Blue Jays – Rookie Sluggers Square Off in 2019 T-Mobile Home Run Derby – 2,007
493 Pete Alonso, New York Mets – 2019 T-Mobile Home Run Derby Champion – 3,208

July 9

494 Sandy Alomar Jr., Cleveland Indians/CC Sabathia, New York Yankees – Former Indians Star Throws MLB ASG First Pitch to Indians Legend – 494
495 Michael Brantley, Houston Astros – RBI Double Opens Scoring in MLB ASG – 219
496 Pete Alonso, New York Mets – 1st Rookie Ever to Notch Multiple RBI in MLB ASG –
497 Joey Gallo, Texas Rangers – Hardest Hit HR in MLB ASG in Statcast Era –
498 Shane Bieber, Cleveland Indians – Named MLB ASG MVP with 1 Scoreless IP, 3 Ks –

July 12

499 Bubba Starling, Kansas City Royals – First Hit in MLB Debut – 514
500 Danny Santana, Texas Rangers – Walk-Off Single Highlights Rally, 9-HR Slugfest – 310
501 Buster Posey, San Francisco Giants – 10th-Inning Grand Slam in 10-7 Comeback Win – 380
502 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels – Hits 454-Foot HR in 6 RBI Game – 1,129
503 Los Angeles Angels – Team Combines for No-Hitter in First Game After All-Star Break – 1,147
Checklist #401-500

July 13

504 Max Kepler, Minnesota Twins – HR in 5 Straight At-Bats Vs. Trevor Bauer – 248
505 Christian Yelich, Milwaukee Brewers – Fastest Player in MLB History to Reach 30 HRs & 20 SB in a Season – 325
506 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels – Fastest Player in Team History to Reach 30 HRs in a Season – 685
507 Juan Soto, Washington Nationals – Stuns Phillies with 2-Out 2-Run HR in Top of the 9th – 250
508 Ben Gamel, Milwaukee Brewers – 2-Out, 2-Strike Walk-Off Double Seals 5-4 Win – 183
509 Phillip Ervin, Cincinnati Reds – Ties Franchise Record with 6-Hit Game – 234

July 14

510 Maikel Franco, Philadelphia Phillies – Walk-Off Marks 100th Career Home Run – 284
511 Fernando Tatis Jr., San Diego Padres – Acrobatic Slide Into First Beats Rundown – 536
512 Fernando Tatis Jr., San Diego Padres – Youngest Player in Padres History with 4-Hit Game – 567
513 Trevor Story, Colorado Rockies – 20+ HRs in 1st 4 Seasons by SS Sets MLB Record – 172
514 Mike Soroka, Atlanta Braves – Joins Elite Group of Pitchers to Win 10+ Straight Decisions – 208

July 15

515 Travis d’Arnaud, Tampa Bay Rays – Go-Ahead HR in 9th Inning Highlights 3-HR Game – 216
516 Brandon Crawford, San Francisco Giants – 1st Middle Infielder with 5 Hits, 8 RBI Since 1920 – 180
517 Miles Mikolas, St. Louis Cardinals – CG SHO in 100 Pitches Leads 7-0 Win Over Pirates – 150
518 Cody Bellinger, Los Angeles Dodgers – 33rd HR Marks MLB Lead After 2-HR, 4-Hit Game – 339

July 16

519 Juan Soto, Washington Nationals/Ken Griffey Jr., Seattle Mariners – Passes Ken Griffey Jr. for 4th Most Home Runs Before 21st Birthday – 324
520 Bryce Harper, Philadelphia Phillies – 1st Walk-Off Hit on Phillies Seals 9-8 Win – 578
521 Kyle Schwarber, Chicago Cubs – 1st Career Walk-Off Leads Cubs to 4-3 Win – 252
522 Cleveland Indians – Team-Combined, 1-Hit Shutout Leads 8-0 Win – 203
523 Whit Merrifield, Kansas City Royals – 2-Run, Inside-the-Park HR Highlights 11-0 Win – 196

July 17

524 Pete Alonso, New York Mets – 474-Ft HR Marks Mets Record in Statcast Era – 906
525 Chris Paddack, San Diego Padres – Carries No-Hit Bid Into 8th Inning in 3-2 Win – 285

July 18

526 Mookie Betts/Ted Williams, Boston Red Sox – 13 Consecutive Games with a Run Matches Ted Williams in Club History – 352
527 Brian Anderson, Miami Marlins – Walk-Off Double Seals 4-3 Win Over Padres – 131
528 Chris Sale, Boston Red Sox – 38th 12+ K Game Marks 5th Most in MLB History – 182
529 Philadelphia Phillies – Clutch Hits, Aggressive Baserunning Highlight Comeback, 7-6 Win – 464
530 Stephen Strasburg, Washington Nationals – HR, 3 Hits, 5 RBI Lead 13-4 Win Over Braves – 300
531 New York Yankees – “Savages” Sweep Doubleheader Against the Division-Rival Rays – 407
532 Donovan Solano, San Francisco Giants – Walk-Off Single Caps 16th-Inning Comeback Win – 162

July 19

533 Yordan Alvarez, Houston Astros – 474-Foot HR Marks Astros Best in Statcast Era – 499
534 Jose Altuve/Alex Bregman/Yordan Alvarez, Houston Astros – Back-to-Back-to-Back HRs Highlight 4-3 Win – 356
535 Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Toronto Blue Jays – Channels Father with Outstanding Plate Coverage to Hit Single – 629
536 Oscar Mercado, Cleveland Indians – 5-Hit Game Leads 10-5 Victory Over Royals – 353
537 Josh Donaldson, Atlanta Braves – Walk-Off Single Seals 4-3 Win Over Division Rival – 222
538 Mike Leake, Seattle Mariners – Carries Perfect Game Into 9th Inning in CG SHO – 212
539 Dan Vogelbach, Seattle Mariners – 6-RBI Game Leads 10-0 Win Over Angels – 195
540 St. Louis Cardinals – 10-Run Inning Erases 7-Run Deficit in Epic Comeback – 171

July 20

541 Pete Alonso, New York Mets – Sets Mets Rookie RBI Record (75) with 3-Run, Pinch-Hit HR – 1,254
542 Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Toronto Blue Jays – Youngest Player to Hit a Grand Slam in Franchise History – 1,560
543 Ronald Acuna Jr., Atlanta Braves/Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels – Acuna Jr. Becomes 1st Player Under 22 with 20 HR, 20 SB Season Since Mike Trout (2013) – 542
544 Javier Baez, Chicago Cubs – No-Look Tag in the 9th Preserves Win – 380
545 Jackie Bradley Jr., Boston Red Sox – 2 Home Runs and 6 RBIs – 232

July 21

546 Harold Baines, Chicago White Sox – 2019 National Baseball Hall of Fame Inductee –
547 Edgar Martinez, Seattle Mariners – 2019 National Baseball Hall of Fame Inductee – 589
548 Mike Mussina, New York Yankees/Baltimore Orioles – 2019 National Baseball Hall of Fame Inductee – 536
549 Mariano Rivera, New York Yankees – 2019 National Baseball Hall of Fame Inductee – 1,893
550 Roy Halladay, Philadelphia Phillies/Toronto Blue Jays – 2019 National Baseball Hall of Fame Inductee – 537
551 Nicholas Castellanos, Detroit Tigers – 10th-Inning, Walk-Off HR Powers 4-3 Win – 274
552 Max Kepler, Minnesota Twins – Walk-Off Single Caps 7-6 Victory – 344
553 Mike Yastrzemski, San Francisco Giants – 1st Career Walk-Off HR Seals 3-2 Win – 531

July 22

554 Minnesota Twins – Around-the-Horn Triple Play Thwarts Yankees Early Threat – 302
555 Yordan Alvarez, Houston Astros – 35 RBI in 1st 30 Games Sets MLB Record – 658
556 Gerrit Cole, Houston Astros – Fastest to 200 Ks in a Season in AL History – 256
557 Paul Goldschmidt, St. Louis Cardinals – Go-Ahead Grand Slam in 10th Inning Fuels Win – 229

July 23

558 Robinson Cano, New York Mets – Oldest 2nd Baseman in MLB History with 3-HR Game – 342
559 Trea Turner, Washington Nationals – 3rd Player in MLB History to Hit for the Cycle Against the Same Team Twice – 412
560 Justin Smoak, Toronto Blue Jays – Ties Game in 9th, RBI Walk-Off Single in 10th – 186
561 Yuli Gurriel, Houston Astros – Inside-the-Park HR Extends XBH Streak to Club Record 10-Straight Home Games – 200
562 Didi Gregorius, New York Yankees – 100th Career HR Highlights 5-Hit, 7-RBI Game – 451
563 Rhys Hoskins, Philadelphia Phillies – Go-Ahead RBI Single in 15th Ends Epic Showdown – 305
564 Aaron Hicks, New York Yankees – Bases-Loaded, Diving Catch Seals Epic 14-12 Win – 625
565 Pablo Sandoval, San Francisco Giants – HR in 13th Marks 4th Walk-Off in 6 Games – 163

July 24

566 St. Louis Cardinals – Tie MLB Record for Most XBH (8) in an Inning – 265
567 Gleyber Torres, New York Yankees – 2nd 20-HR Campaign at Age 22 Matches Club History – 307
568 Shane Bieber/Dennis Eckersley, Cleveland Indians – Youngest Indians Pitcher to Throw 1-Hit SHO with 10 Ks Since 1977 – 271
569 Paul DeJong, St. Louis Cardinals – 1st NL SS with 3 HRs, 4 Runs in a Road Game – 261
570 Major League Baseball – Twins, Yankees Match AL Record with 20 HRs in a 3-Game Series – 315
571 Ketel Marte, Arizona Diamondbacks – 10+ HRs from Each Side of Plate Marks Club 1st – 153

July 25

572 Nelson Cruz, Minnesota Twins – 1st Career 3-HR Game Leads Twins to 10-3 Win – 234
573 Minnesota Twins – 9th Game with 5+ HRs Sets MLB Record – 229
574 Rafael Devers/Ted Williams, Boston Red Sox – Youngest Red Sox Player with 30-RBI Month Since 1939 – 344
575 Boston Red Sox – 19 Runs Vs. Yankees Sets Club Record in Legendary Rivalry –
576 Steve Wilkerson, Baltimore Orioles – 1st Position Player Ever to Record a Save – 511

July 26

577 Mookie Betts, Boston Red Sox – 3-HR Game Leads2nd Straight Win Over Yankees – 323
578 Major League Baseball – 1st Time in MLB History with a 3-HR Game in 4 Consecutive Days – 361
579 Minnesota Twins – Fastest Team in MLB History to Reach 200 HRs in a Season – 197
580 Nelson Cruz, Minnesota Twins – 7th Player Since 1900 to Have a 5-Game HR Streak with 2 Different Teams – 157
581 Daniel Murphy, Colorado Rockies – 6-RBI Game Highlights 12-2 Drubbing of Reds – 139
582 Paul Goldschmidt, St. Louis Cardinals – 5th Straight Game with HR Leads Team to 5-3 Win – 188
583 Pete Alonso, New York Mets – Donates Part of T-Mobile Home Run Derby Check – 607
584 Mallex Smith, Seattle Mariners – Walk-Off Single Seals 3-2 Win Over Tigers – 148

July 27

585 Paul Goldschmidt/Matt Carpenter/Mark McGwire, St. Louis Cardinals – 6th Straight Game with a HR Matches Historic Cardinals Streaks – 238
586 Toronto Blue Jays – Epic Comeback Erases 7-Run Deficit, Walk-Off HR Seals Win – 313
587 Steven Matz, New York Mets – CG SHO on 99 Pitches Marks Club 1st Since 2012 – 273
588 Keston Hiura, Milwaukee Brewers – Walk-Off, 2-Run HR in 10th Inning Caps 5-3 Win – 371
589 Balitmore Orioles – 10th Consecutive Multi-HR Game Makes MLB History – 172

July 28

590 Kyle Schwarber, Chicago Cubs – 473-Ft HR Highlights 2-HR, 7 RBI Game – 292
591 Jose Altuve, Houston Astros – Fastest Astros Player to Reach 1,500 Career Hits – 305
592 Albert Pujols, Los Angeles Angels – 6th Player in MLB History to Reach 650 HRs – 598
593 Marcus Stroman, New York Mets – Acquired by Mets from Blue Jays – 264
594 Aaron Sanchez, Toronto Blue Jays – Franchise-Record 6 Ks to Open Game – 166
595 Major League Baseball – Rays, Blue Jays Become 1st Teams Ever to Each Win After Trailing 7+ Runs – 229
596 Matt Thaiss, Los Angeles Angels – Walk-Off HR Highlights 1st Multi-HR Game – 329
597 J.P. Crawford, Seattle Mariners – 10th-Inning, Walk-Off Single Seals 3-2 Win – 182

July 29

598 Bo Bichette, Toronto Blue Jays – Makes MLB Debut with Single in 1st Career At-Bat – 1,892
599 Cavan Biggio/Vladimir Guerrero Jr./Bo Bichette, Toronto Blue Jays – Bichette’s Debut Highlights 3 Rookies Families’ Legacies – 1,760
600 Franmil Reyes/Fernando Tatis Jr., San Diego Padres – 1st Time in Franchise History Starting a Game with HRs on 1st 2 Pitches – 629

July 30

601 Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Toronto Blue Jays – Youngest Player Ever to Reach 2 Grand Slams – 944
602 Vladimir Guerrero Jr./Cavan Biggio/Rowdy Tellez, Toronto Blue Jays – 1st Team in MLB History with 5 Grand Slams Hit by Rookies – 595
603 Noah Syndergaard, New York Mets – 11 Ks, 0 ER Lead Mets to 5th Straight Win – 292
604 Matt Olson, Oakland Athletics – 10th-Inning, Walk-Off HR Off Hader Seals 3-2 Win – 198
605 Trevor Bauer, Cincinnati Reds – Acquired by Reds from Indians – 224
606 Yasiel Puig, Cleveland Indians – Acquired by Indians from Reds – 255
607 Franmil Reyes, Cleveland Indians – Acquired by Indians from Padres – 191
608 Logan Allen, Cleveland Indians – Acquired by Indians from Padres – 230
Checklist #501-600 July 30 – 387 (Available with bundle purchase of #598-600)

July 31

609 Bo Bichette, Toronto Blue Jays – 1st Career HR Highlights 3-for-5 Game – 992
610 Zack Greinke, Houston Astros – Acquired by Astros from Diamondbacks – 249
611 Nicholas Castellanos, Chicago Cubs – Acquired by Cubs from Tigers – 204
612 Minnesota Twins – 1st Team in MLB History with 50 HRs in Three Different Months – 238
613 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels – Fastest Player to 275 HRs in Angels History – 395

August

August 1

614 Harold Ramirez, Miami Marlins – 12th-Inning, Walk-Off HR Caps 5-4 Win – 295
615 Mookie Betts/Ted Williams, Boston Red Sox – Fewest Games to 100 Runs in a Season by a Red Sox Player Since 1949 – 287
616 Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Toronto Blue Jays – 3rd Youngest AL Player to 10+ Total Bases in a Game – 601
617 Clayton Kershaw/Sandy Koufax, Los Angeles Dodgers – Kershaw Passes Koufax for Most Ks by a Lefty in Dodgers History – 553

August 2

618 Bo Bichette, Toronto Blue Jays – 9th Hit Sets Franchise Record – 662
619 Cody Bellinger, Los Angeles Dodgers – Fastest Player to 100 HRs in Dodgers History – 442
620 Houston Astros – Tie Franchise Record with 6 HRs in Monster Win Over the Mariners – 281
621 Dustin May, Los Angeles Dodgers – Dodgers Top Prospect Makes MLB Debut – 704

August 3

622 Yuli Gurriel, Houston Astros/Paul Goldschmidt, St. Louis Cardians – Named AL and NL Players of the Month – 208
623 Yordan Alvarez, Houston Astros/Keston Hiura, Milwaukee Brewers – Named AL and NL Rookies of the Month – 407
624 Houston Astros – Combined No-Hitter Seals Win Over Seattle Mariners – 332
625 Nelson Cruz, Minnesota Twins – 2nd 3 Home Run Game in 10 Days – 188
626 Gleyber Torres, New York Yankees – Joins Joe DiMaggio with 5th Multi Homer Game with Yankees Before 23 – 408
627 Walker Buehler, Los Angeles Dodgers – CG with 15 Strikeouts Powers Win Over Padres – 278
628 Ronald Acuna Jr., Atlanta Braves – Walk-Off Single Seals Victory Over Reds – 442
629 Rougned Odor, Texas Rangers – Walk-Off HR in 10th Takes Victory Over Tigers – 127
630 Eduardo Escobar, Arizona Diamondbacks – 2 HR, 7 RBI Powers 18-Run Rout – 117

August 4

631 Justin Verlander, Houston Astros – 7th Pitcher Ever to Reach 9 200-K Seasons – 239
632 Shane Bieber, Cleveland Indians – 3rd Complete Game of Season Leads 6-2 Win – 445
633 Max Muncy, Los Angeles Dodgers – RBI Double Leads Club’s 9th Walk-Off Win – 196

August 5

634 Isan Diaz, Miami Marlins – 1st Career HR Comes in 1st MLB Game – 495
635 Jonathan Villar, Baltimore Orioles – 9th-Inning Single Caps 5th Cycle in Club History – 227
636 Jeff McNeil, New York Mets – Fastest Player in Mets History to 200 Hits – 894
637 Bo Bichette, Toronto Blue Jays – HR, 2 Runs Seal 2-0 Win in Return to Hometown – 579
638 New York Yankees – 30th HR at Camden Yards in 2019 Sets MLB Record – 355
639 Pete Alonso, New York Mets – Go-Ahead HR Caps Comeback, Doubleheader Sweep – 1,084
640 Christian Yelich, Milwaukee Brewers – 2-HR, 4-Hit Game Extends MLB HR Lead – 225
641 Miguel Sano, Minnesota Twins – Walk-Off, 2-Run HR Seals 5-3 Win – 238

August 6

642 Bo Bichette, Toronto Blue Jays – 10 XBHs in 1st 9 Games Sets MLB Record – 775
643 Yordan Alvarez, Houston Astros – 14th HR in 1st 42 Career Games Sets Club Record – 500
644 Oakland Athletics – 10+ HRs by 10 Different Players in a Season Sets Club Record -175

August 7

645 Minnesota Twins – Twins Turns 2nd Triple Play of Their Season – 259
646 Bo Bichette, Toronto Blue Jays – 8th Straight Game with a Double Sets Club Record – 597
647 Yuli Gurriel, Houston Astros – 8-RBI Game Matches Astros Record – 204
648 Russell Martin, Los Angeles Dodgers – Walk-Off Single Seals 2-1 Win Over Cardinals – 193
649 Fernando Tatis Jr., San Diego Padres – Fastest Player in Padres History to 100 Hits – 678
650 Keston Hiura, Milwaukee Brewers – 1st Career Multi-HR Game Leads 8-3 Win – 343
651 New York Yankees – 2nd Team in MLB History to Hit 5+ HRs in 3 Consecutive Games – 369

August 8

652 Chris Sale, Boston Red Sox – 5th Pitcher with 220+ Ks in 7 Consecutive Seasons – 233
653 Jordy Mercer, Detroit Tigers – 9th-Inning, Walk-Off Home Run Seals Victory – 210
654 New York Yankees – 19 HRs Over 4 Game Span Sets MLB Record – 319
655 Fernando Tatis Jr., San Diego Padres – HR Sets Franchise and MLB Record – 642
656 Bo Bichette, Toronto Blue Jays – 1st Player in Modern Era to Double in 9 Straight Games – 1,038

August 9

657 Stephen Strasburg, Washington Nationals – 1,622nd Strikeout Sets Washington Nationals Franchisee Record – 241
658 Whit Merrifield, Kansas City Royals – Hits 2nd Inside-the-Park HR of Season – 198
659 Todd Frazier, New York Mets – Game-Tying, 3-Run HR in 9th Ignites Citi Field – 464
660 Michael Conforto, New York Mets – Walk-Off Single Caps Comeback Win, Extends Win Streak – 661

661 Minnesota Twins – 226th HR Sets Franchise Record of HRs in a Single Season – 197
662 Trevor Bauer, Cincinnati Reds – Dominates in Reds Home Debut – 213
663 Eric Thames, Milwaukee Brewers – Walk-Off Home Run Sends Brewers Past Rangers – 173
664 Bryce Harper, Philadelphia Phillies – 2 Homers Silence San Francisco Giants – 478

August 10

665 Aristides Aquino, Cincinnati Reds – 3-HR Game, 7 HRs Through First 10 Games – 1,569
666 Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Toronto Blue Jays – 1st Career Triple Contributes Win Over Yankees – 733
667 Yordan Alvarez, Houston Astros – 3-HR Game Highlights 23-Run Outburst – 1,070
668 Aristides Aquino, Cincinnati Reds/Yordan Alvarez, Houston Astros – 1st Time in MLB History 2 Rookies Have 3-HR Games on Same Day – 1,306
669 Houston Astros – 23 Runs Scored Sets Franchise Record for a Single Game – 445

August 11

670 Rio Ruiz, Baltimore Orioles – Walk-Off, 2-Run HR Seals 8-7 Win Over Astros – 195
671 Carlos Santana, Cleveland Indians – Go-Ahead Grand Slam Seals 7-3 Win Over Twins – 245
672 Lane Thomas, St. Louis Cardinals – 1st Career Grand Slam Puts Cardinals Ahead – 279
673 Mike Yastrzemski, San Francisco Giants – 12th HR Eclipses Grandfather’s Rookie Total – 553

August 12

674 Gleyber Torres, New York Yankees – Youngest Player in AL History with 6 Multi-HR Games in a Season – 628
675 Aristides Aquino, Cincinnati Reds – 8th HR in 12 Games Sets MLB Record – 1,200
676 Carlos Santana, Cleveland Indians – Walk-Off HR to Take 1st in AL Central Division – 246

August 13

677 Chris Sale, Boston Red Sox – Fastest Pitcher in MLB History to Reach 2,000 Ks – 396
678 Kyle Seager, Seattle Mariners – Outfield-Assisted 3-HR Game Leads11-6 Win – 179
679 Rafael Devers, Boston Red Sox – 6-for-6, 4 Doubles Sets MLB Record – 400
680 Jose Quintana, Chicago Cubs – Career-High 14 Ks Over6 IP with Just 1 ER Allowed – 219

August 14

681 Aristides Aquino, Cincinnati Reds – Fastest Player in MLB History to 9 Career HRs – 710
682 Albert Pujols, Los Angeles Angels – Most Hits by Foreign-Born Player in MLB History – 286
683 Clayton Kershaw, Los Angeles Dodgers – 7 Straight 7 Ks to Start Game Sets Modern-Era Franchise Record – 279
684 Edwin Rios, Los Angeles Dodgers – 1st Dodgers Player Since Bellinger to Hit 1st 2 MLB HRs in Same Game – 442
685 Nolan Arenado, Colorado Rockies – 2-Run, Walk-Off HR Powers 7-6 Win – 204
686 Paul DeJong, St. Louis Cardinals – 1st Cardinals SS with Multiple 20+ HR Seasons – 187

August 15

687 Cody Bellinger, Los Angeles Dodgers/Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels – 1st Sluggers in 2019 Season to Reach 40 HRs – 684
688 Yu Darvish, Chicago Cubs – 2nd SP Ever with 0 BBs, 8+ Ks in 4 Straight Starts – 212
689 Pete Alonso, New York Mets – 39th HR Ties Rookie Record on 5-Hit, 6-RBI Night – 890
690 Bryce Harper, Philadelphia Phillies – Walk-Off Grand Slam Seals Epic Comeback Win – 2,287
691 Carlos Correa, Houston Astros – 1st SS in Astros History to Reach 100 Career HRs – 217
692 Cleveland Indians – 1st Time in 113 Years Indians Starting 9 Each Notch Multi-Hit Games – 244

August 16

693 Aristies Aquino, Cincinnati Reds – First Player in MLB History with 10 HRs in First 16 Games – 861
694 Kevin Newman, Pittsburgh Pirates – Walk-Off Single Caps Comeback Win Over Cubs – 199
695 Los Angeles Dodgers – 22 HRs in Five Games Sets MLB Record – 288
696 Robbie Grossman, Oakland Athletics – 13th-Inning, Walk-Off Single Caps 3-2 Victory – 175
697 Max Kepler, Minnesota Twins – 33rd HR Sets Single-Season MLB Record by European-Born Player – 179
698 Mike Yastrzemski, San Francisco Giants – First Career 3-HR Game Fuels 11-Inning Win – 810

August 17

699 Aristides Aquino, Cincinnati Reds – 11 HRs in 1st 17 Games Continues Historic Streak – 1,079
700 Gleyber Torres, New York Yankees – Youngest Ever with 7 Multi-HR Games in 1 Season – 544
701 Michael Brosseau, Tampa Bay Rays – 13th-Inning, Walk-Off Single Powers 1-0 Victory – 244
702 Mariano Rivera, New York Yankees – Honor Mariano Rivera for His Hall of Fame Induction – 685
703 Christian Yelich, Milwaukee Brewers – 2-HR, 5-Hit Game Fuels Brewers 15-Run Game – 280
704 Eric Thames, Milwaukee Brewers – 14th-Inning, Game-Winning HR Caps Thrilling 15-14 Win – 229

Checklist #601-700 – 153

August 18

705 Pete Alonso, New York Mets – 40h HR of Season Sets NL Rookie Record – 2,314
706 Rafael Devers, Boston Red Sox – 4th Youngest Player to Be 1st to 100 RBI in a Season – 277
707 Juan Soto, Washington Nationals – 5th Multi-HR Game Matches Most Before Turning 21 – 374
708 Yusei Kikuchi, Seattle Mariners – Pitches 1st Career SHO on Only 96 Pitches – 337
709 Ji-Man Choi, Tampa Bay Rays – Bases-Loaded Single Caps 5-4 Walk-Off Rally – 246

710 Zack Greinke, Houston Astros – Becomes 3rd Active 200-Win Pitcher in 4-1 Victory – 291
711 Nolan Arenado, Colorado Rockies – 2nd 3B Ever to Hit 30+ HRs 5+ Times in 1st 7 Seasons – 215
712 Garrett Hampson, Colorado Rockies – Bases-Loaded Single in 10th Inning Seals 7-6 Win 232
713 Major League Baseball – Cubs and Pirates Play in 2019 MLB Little League Classic – 364
714 Anthony Rizzo, Chicago Cubs – HR Off Scoreboard Leads 2019 Little League Classic Win – 322

August 19

715 Washington Nationals – Set Franchise Record with 62 Runs Scored in Last 5 Games – 282
716 Isiah Kiner-Falefa, Texas Rangers – Walk-Off Infield Single Leads to 8-7 Win – 172

August 20

717 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels – 42nd HR Sets New Career High – 611
718 Andrew Heaney, Los Angeles Angels – 14 Ks Over 8 IP Leads 5-1 Win Over Rangers – 207
719 George Springer, Houston Astros – 10th Leadoff HR of Season Sets Astros Record – 240
720 Yordan Alvarez, Houston Astros – Youngest Player Since Bonds to Walk 4 Times – 403
721 Dallas Keuchel, Atlanta Braves – Reaches 1,000 Career Ks in Quality Start – 242
722 Bo Bichette, Toronto Blue Jays – 1st Career Multi-HR Game Comes Off Kershaw – 546
723 Clayton Kershaw/Sandy Koufax, Los Angeles Dodgers – 165th Career Win Pushes Ace Past Koufax on All-Time List – 494
724 Rally Squirrel, Minnesota Twins – Cocky Squirrel’s Dashing Victory Lap Sparks 11-Run Offensive – 888

August 21

725 Lucas Giolito, Chicago White Sox – CG, 3-Hit SHO with 12 Ks Leads 4-0 Win – 203
726 Nicholas Castellanos, Chicago Cubs – 1st-Inning HR in 3rd Straight Sets Club Record – 290
727 Justin Verlander, Houston Astros – 5th Pitcher Ever with 7 Straight Starts with 10+ Ks – 231
728 J.D. Davis, New York Mets – Walk-Off Single Caps 10th-Inning Rally – 499
729 Hunter Pence, Texas Rangers – Walk-Off Single Caps Late-Inning Comeback – 178
730 Will Smith, Los Angeles Dodgers – 12 HRs in 1st 28 Games Matches MLB Record – 683
731 Max Muncy, Los Angeles Dodgers – 10th-Inning, Walk-Off HR Leads Team to 84th Win – 263

August 22

732 Brock Holt, Boston Red Sox – Suspended Game Ends in Walk-Off Single – 228
733 Ronald Acuna Jr., Atlanta Braves – 9th-Inning Single for Walk-Off Win Over Marlins – 359
734 Gleyber Torres, New York Yankees – Matches DiMaggio with 30+ HR Season Before Age 23 – 472
735 Gerrit Cole, Houston Astros – 14 Games with 10 Ks in 7 IP or Less Marks Most in Modern Era – 177
736 J.D. Davis, New York Mets – Stellar Catch in 2-0 Win Over Indians – 358
737 Corey Seager/Enrique Hernandez, Los Angeles Dodgers – 2-RBI Double and Walk-Off Single Caps Comeback Win – 231

August 23

738 Aristides Aquino, Cincinnati Reds – MLB-Record 12th HR Through 22 Career Games – 644
739 Ronald Acuna Jr., Atlanta Braves – Becomes Second-Youngest Player to Join the 30-30 Club – 1,109
740 Jacob deGrom, New York Mets – First Ever to Homer, K 13+ Twice in One Season – 432
741 Gary Sanchez, New York Yankees – “Kracken” Becomes Fastest Catcher, AL Player to Reach 100 HRs – 466
742 JD Martinez, Boston Red Sox – 2-HR, 7-RBI Performance Fuels 11-0 Win – 201
743 Pablo Reyes, Pittsburgh Pirates – Walk-Off Single Completes 9th-Inning, 3-2 Comeback Win – 219

August 24

744 Pete Alonso, New York Mets – 41st HR Ties Mets Single-Season Record 1,195
745 Bo Bichette, Toronto Blue Jays – 14 Multi-Hit Games in 1st 25 Marks Most Since 1936 703

August 25

746 Christian Yelich, Milwaukee Brewers – Youngest Player with 40+ HRs, 25+ SBs Since 1999 – 281
747 Manny Machado, San Diego Padres – HR Gives Padres Single-Season, Franchise-Record 190 HRs – 234
748 New York Yankees – 59th HR in August Sets MLB Record for Calendar Month – 644
749 Aaron Judge, New York Yankees – Promises Fan a HR, Delivers with 3rd-Inning Blast – 945

August 26

750 Ryan McMahon, Colorado Rockies – Walk-Off HR Leads Win Over Atlanta Braves –
751 Marcus Semien, Oakland Athletics – 2nd SS in Franchise History with a 7-RBI Game – 145
752 Bryce Harper, Philadelphia Phillies – Launches HR in 1st Game as a Father – 427
753 Sean Rodriguez, Philadelphia Phillies – Walk-Off HR Leads Phillies to Huge, 6-5 Win – 241

August 27

754 Masahiro Tanaka, New York Yankees/Yusei Kikuchi, Seattle Mariners – Veteran Bests Rookie with 7 SHO IP in Duel Between Japanese Stars – 370
755 Pete Alonso, New York Mets – 42nd HR Sets Mets Single-Season Record – 3,243
756 Lucas Giolito, Chicago White Sox – 1st White Sox Pitcher to Reach 200 Ks Since 2008 – 192
757 Jackie Bradley Jr., Boston Red Sox – 478-Ft HR Marks Club’s Longest in Statcast Era – 227
758 Aaron Judge, New York Yankees – 462-Ft HR Marks 100th Career HR, 3rd Fastest Ever – 1,088
759 Russell Martin, Los Angeles Dodgers – 1st Position Player Since 1961 to Pitch in Combined SHO – 277

August 28

760 Gary Sanchez, New York Yankees – Matches Yogi Berra with 2nd 30+ HR Season – 307
761 Aristides Aquino, Cincinnati Reds – MLB-Record 13 HRs Through 1st 100 PAs – 1,060
762 Gerrit Cole, Houston Astros – 15th Game with 10+ Ks Marks 1st in Club History – 215
763 Max Scherzer, Washington Nationals/Tom Seaver, New York Mets – 8 Straight Seasons with 200+ Ks Matches Seaver – 430

August 29

764 Aristides Aquino, Cincinnati Reds – Sets NL Rookie Record for Most HRs in a Month – 963
765 Harold Ramirez, Miami Marlins – 12th-Inning Walk-Off HR Seals 4-3 Win – 206
766 Victor Cararini, Chicago Cubs – 2-HR Game Powers 4-1 Win Over Mets – 265

August 30

767 Bo Bichette, Toronto Blue Jays – 3rd Player in the Live Ball Era with 15 Doubles in 1st 30 Career Games – 518
768 Nicholas Castellanos, Chicago Cubs – 2 HRs & 1 Bat Slam on Way to Franchise Record – 257
769 Jorge Soler/Mike Moustakas, Kansas City Royals – Soler’s 38th HR Ties Moose for Royals HR Mark – 186
770 Anthony Rendon, Washington Nationals – Walk-Off, Two-Run Single in the Ninth Powers 7-6 Win – 213
771 Mookie Betts, Boston Red Sox – Game-Winning HR in the 15th Highlights 2-HR Game – 203

August 31

772 DJ LeMahieu, New York Yankees – Delivers Walk-Off Homer in 11th – 203
773 Juan Soto, Washington Nationals – 1st NL Player with 30 HRs in a Season Before Age 21 Since Frank Robinson – 294
774 Minnesota Twins – Set MLB Record for HRs in a Season – 396
775 Stephen Strasburg, Washington Nationals – 14 Ks Earns 16th Win of the Season – 313
776 Matt Carpenter, St. Louis Cardinals – Hits Walk-Off Single in Doubleheader Sweep – 189
777 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels – 1st Player to Reach 200 HRs and 200 SB by 27 – 755

September

September 1

778 Justin Verlander, Houston Astros – 6th Player Ever to Reach 3 Career No-Hitters – 2,422
779 Gerrit Cole/Justin Verlander, Houston Astros – 2nd Teammates in MLB History to Each Post Consecutive 250-K Seasons – 473
780 Harrison Bader, St. Louis Cardinals – Walk-Off Single Caps 4-3 Win Over Reds – 271
781 Brett Gardner/Mike Ford, New York Yankees – Game-Tying and Walk-Off HRs Cap Late-Inning Comeback – 402
782 Wilson Ramos, New York Mets – 25-Game Hitting Streak Marks Longest in MLB in 2019 – 278
783 Los Angeles Dodgers – 236th HR Sets Dodgers Team Record in 4-3 Win – 251

September 2

784 Aristides Aquino, Cincinnati Reds – Fastest Player in MLB History to 15 HRs – 1,277
785 Tommy Pham, Tampa Bay Rays – 10th-Inning, Walk-Off Single Seals 5-4 Win – 185
786 Gerrit Cole, Houston Astros – 17 Straight Starts Without a Loss Sets Astros Record –
787 Gavin Lux, Los Angeles Dodgers – 1st MLB Hit, 3 Runs Highlight Top Prospect Debut – 1,747

September 3

788 Gary Sanchez, New York Yankees – 34th HR as a Catcher Sets Yankees Record – 471
789 New York Yankees – MLB Record 13 Players with 10+ HRs in a Season – 417
790 James Paxton/Masahiro Tanaka/Mike Mussina, New York Yankees – Paxton Joins Short List of Yankees with 3rd Start of 12+ Ks, 1 BBs in a Season – 335
791 Jorge Soler, Kansas City Royals – 39th HR Breaks Royals Single-Season Record – 325
792 Kurt Suzuki, Washington Nationals – 3-Run, Walk-Off HR Caps Epic 6-Run Comeback – 246
793 Ryan O’Hearn, Kansas City Royals – Walk-Off HR Seals 6-5 Win Over Tigers – 285

September 4

794 Michael Lorenzen, Cincinnati Reds/Babe Ruth, New York Yankees – 1st Player Since 1921 to Win, Hit a HR and Play the Field in a Game – 1,124
795 Albert Pujols, Los Angeles Angels – 7th on All-Time 2B List with 656th of Career – 200
796 Mookie Betts, Boston Red Sox – Franchise-Record 5th 4-Hit, 5-RBI Game – 207
797 Bryan Reynolds, Pittsburgh Pirates – Walk-Off, 2-RBI Single Gives Pirates 6-5 Win – 358
798 Sean Murphy, Oakland Athletics – Hits for 1st Career Hit in MLB Debut – 455

September 5

799 Phillip Ervin, Cincinnati Reds – Walk-Off HR Caps 4-3 Win Over Phillies – 253
800 Brian Moran, Miami Marlins/Colin Moran, Pittsburgh Pirates – 1st Time Since 1900 Pitcher Faces Brother in His MLB Debut – 383
801 Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Toronto Blue Jays – Crafty Slide to Avoid Tag Puts Rookie Safely at Third Base – 444
802 Kyle Tucker, Houston Astros – 1st MLB HR Highlights 2-for-6 Game – 470
803 Michael Brantley, Houston Astros – Walk-Off, 2-Run HR Caps 7-Run Comeback – 241

September 6

804 Trevor Story, Colorado Rockies – 1st Player with Multiple 30-HR and 20-SB Seasons Since Alex Rodriguez – 162
805 Lucas Giolito, Chicago White Sox – Most Ks by a White Sox Righthander Since 1912 – 157
806 Pete Alonso, New York Mets – 1st Rookie in Franchise History to Have a Walk-Off Walk – 1,634
807 A.J. Pollock, Los Angeles Dodgers – 2nd 3-HR Game by a Dodgers Player This Season – 181

September 7

808 Alex Bregman, Houston Astros – 3rd Astros Player with 100-Run, 100-BB, 100 RBI Season – 242
809 Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels – 1st Japanese-Born Player with 5 RBI & a Stolen Base in a Game – 467
810 Aaron Barrett, Washington Nationals – Scoreless Inning in His 1st Outing Back Since 2015 – 192
811 Anthony Kay, Toronto Blue Jays – Impressive Performance in MLB Debut – 372
812 Christian Yelich, Milwaukee Brewers – Youngest Player with 40 HR & 30 SB in a Season Since 1998 – 250
813 Alex Young, Arizona Diamondbacks – Most Ks in a Game by a Rookie Diamondbacks Starter – 221

September 8

814 Gerrit Cole, Houston Astros – 2nd Pitcher Ever with 14+ Ks in 3 Straight Starts – 281
815 Houston Astros – Franchise-Record 11 Doubles in 21-2 Drubbing of Mariners – 268
816 Michael Lorenzen, Cincinnati Reds – Pitcher’s Pinch-Hit, Walk-Off Double Caps 4-3 Win – 391
817 Wil Myers, San Diego Padres – 10th-Inning, Walk-Off Single Seals 2-1 Win – 139

September 9

818 Yordan Alvarez, Houston Astros – Sets Astros Rookie HR Record in 2-HR Game – 639
819 Houston Astros – 1st Team in MLB History to Hit 6 HRs in 1st 2 Innings of a Game – 336
820 Nico Hoerner, Chicago Cubs – 3 Hits, 4 RBI Highlight MLB Debut – 1,573
821 David Ortiz, Boston Red Sox – Returns to Boston to Throw Out the 1st Pitch – 401

September 10

822 Gavin Lux, Los Angeles Dodgers – 1st MLB HR Helps Seal NL West Division – 741
823 Scott Kingery, Philadelphia Phillies – Hustle Leads to Inside-the-Park HR on Failed HR Robbery Attempt – 317
824 Nolan Arenado, Colorado Rockies – Crushes Mammoth 482-Ft. HR to Give Team the Lead – 145
825 Rafael Devers, Boston Red Sox – Youngest Red Sox Player to 50+ 2Bs in a Season -151
826 Oakland Athletics – 1st Time Since 1908 All Oakland Athletics Starters Record Multiple Hits – 147
827 Los Angeles Dodgers – Clinch NL West Division with 7-3 Win – 257

September 11

828 Major League Baseball – MLB Record 6,106th HR of the 2019 Season Hit with 18 Days Remaining – 836
829 Jesus Luzardo, Oakland Athletics – 1st Peruvian-Born Player in MLB History Retires 9 of 10 Astros in Debut – 531
830 Kyle Lewis, Seattle Mariners – HR Breaks Up No-No, Marks 2nd HR in 2nd MLB Game – 559

September 12

831 Juan Lagares, New York Mets – 6-RBI Game Leads Mets to Pivotal Series Sweep – 276
832 Lucas Giolito, Chicago White Sox – 8 Consecutive Ks Set White Sox Record – 179
833 Ronald Acuna Jr., Atlanta Braves – Youngest Player in MLB History with 35 HRs, 35 SB in a Season – 882
834 Yu Darvish, Chicago Cubs – 14 Ks, 6 SHO IP Leads Cubs to 4-1 Win – 254
835 Rangel Ravelo, St. Louis Cardinals – Longest HR (487 Ft.) in Club History, Per Statcast – 273
836 Kyle Lewis, Seattle Mariners – 1st Mariners Player with HRs in Each of 1st 3 Career MLB Games – 484
837 Xander Bogaerts, Boston Red Sox – 2nd SS Ever to Post 30 HRs, 50 2Bs in a Single Season – 214

September 13

838 Nico Hoerner, Chicago Cubs – 1st Career HR on His 1st Pitch at Wrigley Field – 904
839 Bo Bichette, Toronto Blue Jays – 12th-Inning Walk-Off HR Seals Win Over Yankees – 693
840 Paul Goldschmidt, St. Louis Cardinals – 2 HRs and 7 RBI Power 10-0 Win – 223
841 Gerrit Cole, Houston Astros – 13th Consecutive Win with Houston Astros – 201

September 14

842 Ichiro, Seattle Mariners – Receives 1st Franchise Achievement Award in Mariners History – 641
843 Jack Flaherty, St. Louis Cardinals – Youngest Cardinals SP to Reach 200 Ks in a Season Since 1891 – 200
844 Arizona Diamondbacks – 1st Team Since 1900 to Win with Just 1 Baserunner in a 9-Inning Game – 178
845 Miguel Sano, Minnesota Twins – Go-Ahead Grand Slam Seals Doubleheader Sweep of Indians – 170
846 Omar Narvaez, Seattle Mariners – Walk-Off HR Leads 2-1 Win Over White Sox – 129
847 Atlanta Braves – Clinch Postseason Berth with 10-1 Win Against Washington Nationals – 256

September 15

848 Kris Bryant, Chicago Cubs – 137th Career HR Sets Cubs Record Through 1st 5 Years – 374
849 Chicago Cubs – Tie Team Record with 47 Runs in a 3-Game Series – 382
850 Ryan Braun, Milwaukee Brewers – Grand Slam in 9th Inning Leads Pivotal Win – 227

September 16

851 Marcus Semien, Oakland Athletics – 29th HR from Leadoff Spot Sets Club Record – 176
852 Marcell Ozuna, St. Louis Cardinals – Drives in All 4 Runs for Cardinals in 4-2 Win – 186

September 17

853 Luis Severino, New York Yankees – Yankees Ace Returns with 4 Scoreless IP, 4 Ks – 311
854 Mike Yastrzemski, San Francisco Giants – 1st Giants Rookie to Reach 20 HRs Since 1972 – 821
855 Mike Yastrzemski, San Francisco Giants/Carl Yastrzemski, Boston Red Sox – Rookie Makes Fenway Debut Where His Grandfather Once Starred – 1,213
856 Cavan Biggio, Toronto Blue Jays – 1st Cycle of Career Leads 8-5 Win – 1,024
857 Max Scherzer/Stephen Strasburg/Patrick Corbin, Washington Nationals – 1st Trio of Teammates in MLB History to Reach 222 Ks in a Season – 331
858 Minnesota Twins – 1st Team in MLB History with 5 Players Reaching 30+ HRs – 347

September 18

859 Pete Alonso, New York Mets/Mark McGwire, Oakland Athletics – 49th HR Ties McGwire for 2nd Most HRs by a Rookie in MLB History – 1,045
860 Mark Canha, Oakland Athletics – Walk-Off Double Ends 11-Inning Stalemate – 174
861 C.C. Sabathia, New York Yankees – Last Regular-Season Start at Yankee Stadium – 479
862 Rafael Devers/Xander Bogaerts, Boston Red Sox – 1st Teammates in MLB History to Each Hit 30+ HRs, 50+ 2Bs – 266
863 Gerrit Cole, Houston Astros – 1st AL Pitcher Since 1999 to Reach 300 Ks – 375
864 Houston Astros – Clinch Postseason Berth, Become 1st Team to 100 Wins in 2019 – 267
865 Yasiel Puig, Cleveland Indians – 10th-Inning, Walk-Off Single Seals 2-1 Win – 232
866 Eugenio Suarez, Cincinnati Reds – 48th HR Marks Most by a Venezuelan-Born Player – 339

September 19

867 Matt Carpenter, St. Louis Cardinals – Clutch, 10th-Inning HR Leads 5-4 Win Over Cubs – 217
868 Ronald Acuna Jr., Atlanta Braves – Youngest Player Ever to Reach 40+ HRs, 30+ SBs in a Season – 1,084
869 New York Yankees – Clinch Postseason Berth with 1st AL East Division Win Since 2012 – 441

September 20

870 Pete Alonso, New York Mets – First Player Ever to Hit 50 HRs in Season of MLB Debut – 3,461
871 Atlanta Braves – Clinch 2nd Consecutive NL East Division – 392
872 New York Yankees – 5 Players with 25+ HRs Makes History After Aaron Judge’s Blast – 482
873 Willy Adames, Tampa Bay Rays – Walk-Off Single in the 11th Caps 5-4 Win – 161

September 21

874 James Paxton, New York Yankees – Victory Over Toronto Blue Jays Marks 10th Straight Win – 271
875 Yadier Molina/Paul DeJong, St. Louis Cardinals – Back-to-Back HRs Seals Win Over Chicago Cubs – 314
876 Nate Lowe, Tampa Bay Rays – 11th-Inning, Walk-Off HR Seals Win Over Boston Red Sox – 276

September 22

877 George Springer, Houston Astros – 3-HR Game Leads Astros to AL West Division Title – 289
878 Nelson Cruz, Minnesota Twins – 400th Career HR, 40th HR of 2019 Leads 12-8 Win – 250
879 Justin Verlander, Houston Astros – 1st 20-Game Winner in MLB in 2019 Season – 353
880 Pete Alonso, New York Mets – 1st MLB Rookie Ever to Reach 50+ HRs, 30+ 2Bs – 1,595
881 Hyun-Jin Ryu, Los Angeles Dodgers – 1st Career HR, 7 IP Lead Dodgers to 100th Win – 370
882 Houston Astros – Clinch Third AL West Title Behind 13-5 Win – 348
883 St. Louis Cardinals – Clinch Postseason Berth with 4-Game Sweep of Cub
884 Seth Mejias-Brean, San Diego Padres – Walk-Off, 2-Run HR Leads Win Over Diamondbacks – 280

September 23

885 Austin Hays, Baltimore Orioles – 1st Rookie Since 1920 with 5 RBI, SB, OF Assist – 253
886 Paul Goldschmidt, St. Louis Cardinals – Returns to Arizona for 1st Time Since Trade – 213
887 Anthony Alford, Toronto Blue Jays – 1st Career HR Powers 15th-Inning Walk-Off – 211

September 24

888 Washington Nationals – Clinch Postseason Berth with 6-5 Win Over Phillies – 229
889 Michael Conforto/Brandon Nimmo, New York Mets – Conforto’s 2 HRs, Nimmo’s Walk-Off Walk Keep Mets Postseason Hope Alive –
890 Ji-Man Choi, Tampa Bay Rays – Walk-Off HR Breaks 12-Inning Stalemate in 2-1 Win – 161
891 Gerrit Cole, Houston Astros – 314th K Sets Astros Single-Season Record –
892 Charlie Blackmon, Colorado Rockies – Go-Ahead, 3-Run HR in 16th Inning Seals Win – 158
893 Ildemaro Vargas, Arizona Diamondbacks – 19th-Inning, Walk-Off Seals 3-2 Win Over Cardinals – 200
894 Jose Ramirez, Cleveland Indians – 2 HRs, 7 RBI in 1st Game Back with Indians – 205

September 25

895 Eugenio Suarez, Cincinnati Reds – 49th HR Sets NL Record Blasts by a 3B – 347
896 Jacob deGrom/Dwight Gooden/Tom Seaver, New York Mets – deGrom Joins Legends as Only Mets Pitchers with Multiple 250+ K Seasons – 730
897 Matt Chapman, Oakland Athletics – Go-Ahead, 2-Run HR in 9th Inning Seals 3-2 Win – 249
898 Zack Greinke, Houston Astros – Takes No-Hit Bid Into 9th Inning in 3-0 Win – 249
899 Houston Astros – Set Franchise Record with 104th Win of Season – 256
900 Minnesota Twins – Clinch 1st AL Central Division Title Since 2010 – 303
901 Milwaukee Brewers – Clinch Postseason Berth After 6th Straight Win – 263

September 26

902 Alex Bregman, Houston Astros/Aristides Aquino, Cincinnati Reds – Named AL and NL Players of the Month – 393
903 Yordan Alvarez, Houston Astros/Aristides Aquino, Cincinnati Reds – Named AL and NL Rookies of the Month – 591
904 Felix Hernandez, Seattle Mariners – The King Floods T-Mobile Park with Ks in Likely Mariners Finale – 833
905 Major League Baseball – 6 Pitchers in 2019 with 250+ Ks Marks Most in Modern Era – 538

September 27

906 Pete Alonso, New York Mets/Aaron Judge, New York Yankees – New York Shares the Rookie HR Record as Mets Slugger Reaches 52 – 3,018
907 Kevin Newman, Pittsburgh Pirates – Walk-Off, 2-Run HR Seals 6-5 Win Over Reds – 260
908 Cavan Biggio, Toronto Blue Jays – Pushes Bunt Out of Infield, Hustles for a Double – 365
909 Oakland Athletics – Clinch Postseason Berth for 2nd Consecutive Season – 204
910 Tampa Bay Rays – Clinch Postseason Berth After 6-2 Win Over Blue Jays – 228
911 J.P. Crawford, Seattle Mariners – Walk-Off Double Seals Late-Inning Comeback – 178
912 Major League Baseball – 1st Time in MLB History That 4 Teams Reach 100 Wins – 460

September 28

913 Pete Alonso, New York Mets – 53rd HR Sets New MLB Rookie Record – 9,945
914 Justin Verlander, Houston Astros – Collects 3,000th Career Strikeout – 1,079
915 Jorge Soler, Kansas City Royals – 47th HR Ties Single-Season Record for Cuban-Born Player – 356
916 Trevor Story, Colorado Rockies – Stuns Brewers with Walk-Off HR in 10th – 309
917 Hyun-Jin Ryu, Los Angeles Dodgers – 7 Scoreless IP Locks NL ERA Title (2.32) – 388

September 29

918 Nolan Ryan, Texas Rangers – Caps 25 Years of Rangers in Arlington with 1st Pitch – 410
919 Jorge Soler, Kansas City Royals – 48th HR Sets MLB Record for Cuban-Born Player – 316
920 Kansas City Royals – Walk-Off Sac Fly Seals Win in Ned Yost’s Final Game as Manager – 363
921 Gerrit Cole, Houston Astros – MLB Record 9th Straight Game with Double-Digit Ks – 309
922 Los Angeles Dodgers – 106th Victory Sets Franchise Win Record – 292

923 Rafael Devers, Boston Red Sox – Joins DiMaggio, A-Rod as Youngest Players to Reach 90 XBHs – 270
924 Dom Smith, New York Mets – Caps Season with Walk-Off HR in 1st At-Bat from IL – 458
925 St. Louis Cardinals – 9-0 Win Over Cubs Secures NL Central Division Title – 282
926 Minnesota Twins – Set MLB Single-Season HR Record at 307 – 304

September 30

927 Austin Meadows, Tampa Bay Rays/Eugenio Suarez, Cincinnati Reds – Named AL and NL Players of the Month – 314
928 Eloy Jimenez, Chicago White Sox/Pete Alonso, New York Mets – Named AL and NL Rookies of the Month –
929 Tim Anderson, Chicago White Sox – MLB Leader in Batting Average (.335) – 314
930 Pete Alonso, New York Mets – MLB Leader in Home Runs (53) – 2,546
931 Justin Verlander, Houston Astros – MLB Leader in Wins (21) – 377
932 Hyun-Jin Ryu, Los Angeles Dodgers – MLB Leader in ERA (2.32) – 380
933 Cody Bellinger, Los Angeles Dodgers – MLB Leader in WAR (9.0) – 383
934 Gerrit Cole, Houston Astros – MLB Leader in Strikeouts (326) – 351

October

October 1

935 Trea Turner, Washington Nationals – Ignites Washington Nationals with 3rd-Inning HR – 285
936 Stephen Strasburg, Washington Nationals – Earns Win with 3 SHO IP in 1st Relief Appearance –
937 Ryan Zimmerman, Washington Nationals – Clutch, Pinch-Hit Single Sparks Pivotal 8th Inning – 281
938 Juan Soto, Washington Nationals – Bases-Clearing Single in 8th Caps Comeback – 448
939 Washington Nationals – Advance to NLDS with 4-3 Win Over Brewers –

October 2

940 Yandy Diaz, Tampa Bay Rays – 1st Postseason Leadoff HR in Rays History Highlights 2-HR Game – 164
941 Avisail Garcia/Tommy Pham, Tampa Bay Rays – Outfielders Fuel Rays with HRs in 5-1 Slugfest – 131
942 Michael Brosseau, Tampa Bay Rays – 1st Player in Postseason History to Play 1B, 2B, 3B in the Same Game – 146
943 Charlie Morton, Tampa Bay Rays – 1st Pitcher Ever to Earn Win in 3 Winner-Take-All Postseason Games – 177
944 Tampa Bay Rays – Advance to ALDS with 5-1 Win Over Oakland Athletics – 153

October 3

945 Paul Goldschmidt, St. Louis Cardinals – 446-Ft HR in 8th Inning Sparks Late Comeback – 213
946 Marcell Ozuna/Kolten Wong, St. Louis Cardinals – Pair of 2-RBI Doubles in 9th Inning Lead 7-6 Comeback Win – 209
947 Ronald Acuna Jr., Atlanta Braves – 2nd Youngest Player Ever to Hit HRs in Consecutive Postseasons – 288
948 Walker Buehler, Los Angeles Dodgers – Budding Ace Hurls 6, 1-Hit IP to Lead 6-0 Win – 263
949 Gavin Lux, Los Angeles Dodgers – Youngest Dodgers Player Ever to HR in Postseason – 512
950 Max Muncy, Los Angeles Dodgers – 2-Hit, 3-RBI Game Leads Dodgers to 6-0 Win – 219

October 4

951 Justin Verlander, Houston Astros – Dominant Outing Powers Win Over Tampa Bay Rays – 272
952 Jose Altuve, Houston Astros – Starts Astros Scoring with 2-Run HR – 235
953 Mike Foltynewicz, Atlanta Braves – 3rd Braves SP Since 1958 to Go 7+ IP, 0 BB, 0 R in Postseason Game – 205
954 Adam Duvall, Atlanta Braves – Incredible 7th-Inning Pinch Hit 2-Run Home Run Powers Win – 205
955 Gleyber Torres, New York Yankees – Youngest Multi-RBI Postseason Game for Club Since 1957 – 368

956 Juan Soto, Washington Nationals – Protects Lead with Spectacular Diving Catch – 245
957 DJ LeMahieu, New York Yankees – 1st Yankees 1B with 4-RBI Postseason Game Since ’98 – 328
958 Stephen Strasburg, Washington Nationals – 10+ Ks in Three of Four First Postseason Starts – 210
959 Max Scherzer, Washington Nationals – 3 Ks in Only Inning Pitched Contributes to 4-2 Win – 205

October 5

960 Didi Gregorious, New York Yankees – 1st SS in Yankees History to Hit a Postseason GS – 383
961 New York Yankees – 7 Runs in One Postseason Inning Sets Franchise Record –
962 Masahiro Tanaka, New York Yankees – Impressive 7 K Performance Earns ALDS Game 2 Win – 292
963 New York Yankees – 12 Straight Postseason Wins Over Twins Sets MLB Record –
964 Carlos Correa, Houston Astros – Starts Game 2 of ALDS with Stellar Play – 223
965 Alex Bregman, Houston Astros – Monstrous 4th-Inning HR Breaks Stalemate –
966 Gerrit Cole, Houston Astros – 15 Ks in a Single Postseason Game Sets Astros Record – 320

October 6

967 Adam Wainwright, St. Louis Cardinals – 5th SP Age-38+ with 7.2+ SHO IP in Postseason – 215
968 Dansby Swanson, Atlanta Braves – 2-Out, RBI Single Ties Game in 9th Inning – 348
969 Adam Duvall, Atlanta Braves – 2-Out Double in 9th Inning Leads NLDS Game 3 Win – 237
970 Russell Martin, Los Angeles Dodgers – Go-Ahead Double in 6th, Solo HR Fuel 10-4 Win – 200
971 Justin Turner, Los Angeles Dodgers – 3-Run HR Caps Huge, 7-Run Inning – 185
972 Los Angeles Dodgers – 7-Run Inning with 2 Outs, 2 Strikes Marks Postseason 1st – 190

October 7

973 Jose Altuve, Houston Astros – Ties MLB Record with 10 Postseason HRs by 2B – 189
974 Kevin Kiermaier, Tampa Bay Rays – 3-Run HR Gives Rays Early 3-1 Lead in Game 4 – 160
975 Charlie Morton, Tampa Bay Rays – 9 Ks, 5 Stellar IP Lead Rays Over Astros – 159
976 Ronald Acuna Jr., Atlanta Braves – 1st 4-Hit Postseason Game for Braves Since 1999 – 361
977 Yadier Molina, St. Louis Cardinals – Game-Tying Hit, Sac Fly Save Cardinals Season – 276

978 Marcell Ozuna, St. Louis Cardinals – 2 HRs Help Cardinals Force NLDS Game 5 –
979 Ryan Zimmerman, Washington Nationals – Sets Club Postseason RBI Record with 3-Run HR – 314
980 Max Scherzer, Washington Nationals – Ace’s Gritty Performance Forces NLDS Game 5 – 389
981 Gleyber Torres, New York Yankees – 1st Postseason HR, Slick Glove Lead Series Sweep –
982 New York Yankees – Advance to ALCS with 5-1 Win Over Minnesota Twins –

October 8

983 Tommy Pham, Tampa Bay Rays – Stuns Astros with 1st-Inning HR Off Verlander –
984 Willy Adames, Tampa Bay Rays – 4th-Inning HR Chases Verlander in 4-Run Ambush –
985 Tampa Bay Rays – Kiermaier, Adames, d’Arnaud Execute Epic Relay to Nab Altuve –
986 Blake Snell, Tampa Bay Rays – Ace Slams Door with 1st Career Save, Crucial K of Alvarez –

October 9

987 Yadier Molina, St. Louis Cardinals – 94th Postseason Game Sets NL Record –
988 St. Louis Cardinals – 10-Run 1st Inning Without HR Stuns Braves, Sets Postseason Record –
989 Jack Flaherty, St. Louis Cardinals – Shuts Down Braves with 6 Dominant IP, 8 Ks –
990 St. Louis Cardinals – Advance to NLCS with 13-1 Win Over Atlanta Braves –
991 Walker Buehler, Los Angeles Dodgers – 1st SP Ever with 7+ Ks in 1st 6 Postseason Starts –

992 Anthony Rendon, Washington Nationals – 8th-Inning HR Off Kershaw Narrows Gap to 3-2 –
993 Juan Soto, Washington Nationals – Leads Team Back with 6th-Inning RBI, Game-Tying HR –
994 Howie Kendrick, Washington Nationals – 10th-Inning, Go-Ahead Grand Slam Stuns Dodgers, Leads NLDS Win –
995 Washington Nationals – Advance to NLCS with 7-3 Win Over Los Angeles Dodgers –

Autos/Relics

2019 Topps Now Baseball Autographs Checklist

2019 Topps Now Baseball 137A Vladimir Guerrero Jr. Autograph

6A Yusei Kikuchi, Seattle Mariners – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
32A Pete Alonso, New York Mets – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
77A Eloy Jimenez, Chicago White Sox – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
90A Christian Yelich, Milwaukee Brewers – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
137A Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Toronto Blue Jays – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
156A C.C. Sabathia, New York Yankees – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
166A Noah Syndergaard, New York Mets – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
193A Mike Fiers, Oakland Athletics – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

220A Cole Irvin, Philadelphia Phillies – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25
227A Keston Hiura, Milwaukee Brewers – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25
233A Austin Riley, Atlanta Braves – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
236A Michael Chavis, Boston Red Sox – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
257A Pete Alonso, New York Mets – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
268A Austin Riley, Atlanta Braves – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
351A Yordan Alvarez, Houston Astros – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
368A Austin Riley, Atlanta Braves – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

371A Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25
382A Yordan Alvarez, Houston Astros – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
396A Jordan Yamamoto, Miami Marlins – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
418A Pete Alonso/Darryl Strawberry, New York Mets – Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
419A Albert Pujols, Los Angeles Angels – Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
453A Brendan McKay, Tampa Bay Rays – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25
490A Joc Pederson, Los Angeles Dodgers/Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Toronto Blue Jays – Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
491A Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Toronto Blue Jays – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
492A Pete Alonso, New York Mets/Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Toronto Blue Jays – Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

493A Pete Alonso, New York Mets – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
498A Shane Bieber, Cleveland Indians – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25
547A Edgar Martinez, Seattle Mariners – Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
548A Mike Mussina, New York Yankees/Baltimore Orioles – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
549A Mariano Rivera, New York Yankees – Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
598A Bo Bichette, Toronto Blue Jays – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
599A Cavan Biggio/Vladimir Guerrero Jr./Bo Bichette, Toronto Blue Jays – Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
632A Shane Bieber, Cleveland Indians – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25

667A Yordan Alvarez, Houston Astros – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
677A Chris Sale, Boston Red Sox – Purple /25
679A Rafael Devers, Boston Red Sox – Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
730A Will Smith, Los Angeles Dodgers – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
754A Masahiro Tanaka, New York Yankees/Yusei Kikuchi, Seattle Mariners – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
755A Pete Alonso, New York Mets – Blue /42, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
773A Juan Soto, Washington Nationals – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
784A Aristides Aquino, Cincinnati Reds – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

820A Nico Hoerner, Chicago Cubs – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
822A Gavin Lux, Los Angeles Dodgers – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
829A Jesus Luzardo, Oakland Athletics – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
842A Ichiro, Seattle Mariners – Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
855A Mike Yastrzemski, San Francisco Giants/Carl Yastrzemski, Boston Red Sox – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
856A Cavan Biggio, Toronto Blue Jays – Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
868A Ronald Acuna Jr., Atlanta Braves – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
891A Gerrit Cole, Houston Astros – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

906A Pete Alonso, New York Mets/Aaron Judge, New York Yankees – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
913A Pete Alonso, New York Mets – Green /199
918A Nolan Ryan, Texas Rangers – Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
953A Mike Foltynewicz, Atlanta Braves – Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
957 DJ LeMahieu, New York Yankees – Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
968A Dansby Swanson, Atlanta Braves – Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

HOF-A Mike Mussina, Baltimore Orioles/Edgar Martinez, Seattle Mariners/Mariano Rivera, New York Yankees – Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

2019 Topps Now Baseball Relics Checklist

2019 Topps Now Baseball 5A MLB Ball

5A Major League Baseball – GU Ball (Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1)
13A Bryce Harper, Philadelphia Phillies – GU Base (Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1)
130A Chris Paddack, San Diego Padres – GU Ball (Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1)
374A Nicky Lopez, Kansas City Royals – GU Ball (Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1)
386A Charlie Blackmon, Colorado Rockies – GU Base (/99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1)
448A Prince Harry/Meghan Markle – GU Base (Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1)
449A Aaron Hicks, New York Yankees – GU Ball (Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1)
459A New York Yankees – GU Ball (Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1)

516A Brandon Crawford, San Francisco Giants – GU Jersey (/99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1)
602A Vladimir Guerrero Jr./Cavan Biggio/Rowdy Tellez, Toronto Blue Jays – GU Ball (Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1)
713A Major League Baseball – GU Little League Classic Ball (Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1)
778A Justin Verlander, Houston Astros – GU Ball (Red /10, Orange /5, Dark Blue /3, Gold 1/1)
904A Felix Hernandez, Seattle Mariners – GU Ball (Red /10, Orange /5, Dark Blue /3, Gold 1/1)
936A Stephen Strasburg, Washington Nationals – GU Ball (Red /10, Orange /5, Dark Blue /3, Gold 1/1)
960A Didi Gregorious, New York Yankees – GU Ball (Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1)

2019 Topps Now Baseball Autograph Relics Checklist

2019 Topps Now Baseball 7A Ichiro Autograph Relic Base

1A Ichiro, Seattle Mariners – GU Base (/99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1)
7A Ichiro, Seattle Mariners – GU Base (/99, Blue /49)
8A Ken Griffey Jr./Ichiro, Seattle Mariners – GU Base (Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1)
9A Ichiro/Yusei Kikuchi, Seattle Mariners – GU Ball (Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1)
16A Fernando Tatis Jr., San Diego Padres – GU Base (/99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1)
16G Fernando Tatis Jr., San Diego Padres – GU Ball (Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1)
17A Eloy Jimenez, Chicago White Sox – GU Base (/99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1)

204A Albert Pujols, Los Angeles Angels – GU Base (Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1)
220D Cole Irvin, Philadelphia Phillies – GU Ball (Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1)
227D Keston Hiura, Milwaukee Brewers – GU Ball (Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1)
229A Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Toronto Blue Jays – GU Base (/99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1)
240A Brendan Rodgers, Colorado Rockies – GU Base (/99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1)
371D Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels – GU Ball (Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1)
422A Pete Alonso, New York Mets – GU Base (/99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1)

451A Michael Chavis, Boston Red Sox – GU Base (/99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1)
453D Brendan McKay, Tampa Bay Rays – GU Ball (Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1)
458A Gleyber Torres, New York Yankees – GU Base (/99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1)
494A Sandy Alomar Jr., Cleveland Indians/CC Sabathia, New York Yankees – GU All-Star Game Base (/99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1)
498D Shane Bieber, Cleveland Indians – GU All-Star Game Ball (Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1)
601C Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Toronto Blue Jays – GU Base (Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1)
632D Shane Bieber, Cleveland Indians – GU Ball (Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1)

673A Mike Yastrzemski, San Francisco Giants – GU Jersey (/99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1)
677B Chris Sale, Boston Red Sox – GU Ball (Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1)
690A Bryce Harper, Philadelphia Phillies – GU Base (/99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1)
714A Anthony Rizzo, Chicago Cubs – GU Little League Classic Base (/99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1)
854A Mike Yastrzemski, San Francisco Giants – GU Jersey (Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1)
913B Pete Alonso, New York Mets – GU Base (/99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1)
938A Juan Soto, Washington Nationals – GU Base (/99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1)
943A Charlie Morton, Tampa Bay Rays – GU Base (/99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1)

949A Gavin Lux, Los Angeles Dodgers – GU Base (/99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1)
962A Masahiro Tanaka, New York Yankees – GU Base (Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1)
966A Gerrit Cole, Houston Astros – GU Base (/99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1)
977A Yadier Molina, St. Louis Cardinals – GU Base (/99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1)
981A Gleyber Torres, New York Yankees – GU Base (/99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1)
986A Blake Snell, Tampa Bay Rays – GU Base (/99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1)
989A Jack Flaherty, St. Louis Cardinals – GU Base (/99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1)
993A Juan Soto, Washington Nationals – GU Base (Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1)

Team Sets

2019 Topps Now Baseball Team Set Lists

Please note that only base cards are included in the team set lists. Autographs and relics are noted under the appropriate tabs.

2019 Topps Now Baseball Arizona Diamondbacks Checklist

39 Zack Greinke
53 Carson Kelly
65 Jarrod Dyson
108 Taylor Clarke
163 Arizona Diamondbacks
206 Ketel Marte
261 Zack Greinke
313 Tim Locastro
318 Ketel Marte
332 David Peralta
356 Jarrod Dyson/Ketel Marte/David Peralta
358 Arizona Diamondback/Philadelphia Phillies
426 Tim Locastro
429 Zack Greinke
571 Ketel Marte
630 Eduardo Escobar
813 Alex Young
844 Arizona Diamondbacks
893 Ildemaro Vargas

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2019 Topps Now Baseball Atlanta Braves Checklist

34 Ronald Acuna Jr.
44 Nick Markakis
55 Dansby Swanson
95 Ronald Acuna Jr.
113 Ozzie Albies/Ronald Acuna Jr.
211 Ronald Acuna Jr.
233 Austin Riley
246 Freddie Freeman
251 Freddie Freeman
268 Austin Riley
280 Mike Soroka
311 Austin Riley
322 Michael Chavis/Austin Riley
326 Austin Riley
355 Ronald Acuna Jr./Matt Joyce
360 Josh Donaldson/Nick Markakis/Brian McCann/Ozzie Albies
368 Austin Riley
369 Ozzie Albies
378 Brian McCann
462 Christian Yelich/Cody Bellinger/Ronald Acuna Jr.
463 Freddie Freeman
475 Austin Riley
483 Brian McCann
514 Mike Soroka
537 Josh Donaldson
543 Ronald Acuna Jr./Mike Trout

628 Ronald Acuna Jr.
721 Dallas Keuchel
733 Ronald Acuna Jr.
739 Ronald Acuna Jr.
833 Ronald Acuna Jr.
847 Atlanta Braves
868 Ronald Acuna Jr.
871 Atlanta Braves
947 Ronald Acuna Jr.
953 Mike Foltynewicz
954 Adam Duvall
968 Dansby Swanson
969 Adam Duvall
976 Ronald Acuna Jr.

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2019 Topps Now Baseball Baltimore Orioles Checklist

81 Chris Davis
126 Dwight Smith Jr.
327 Pedro Severino
455 Baltimore Orioles
548 Mike Mussina
576 Steve Wilkerson
589 Balitmore Orioles
635 Jonathan Villar
670 Rio Ruiz
885 Austin Hays

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2019 Topps Now Baseball Boston Red Sox Checklist

22 Mitch Moreland
67 Boston Red Sox
75 Mitch Moreland
76 Rafael Devers
78 Jackie Bradley Jr.
103 Mookie Betts/Mitch Moreland
114 Michael Chavis
124 Darwinzon Hernandez
158 Rick Porcello
177 Boston Red Sox
199 Chris Sale
202 Jackie Bradley Jr.
228 Chris Sale
236 Michael Chavis
267 Michael Chavis
319 Albert Pujols/Ted Williams
321 Rafael Devers/Josh Bell
322 Michael Chavis/Austin Riley
336 Chris Sale
395 Jackie Bradley Jr.
413 Christian Vazquez
428 Marco Hernandez
451 Michael Chavis
457 Boston Red Sox
526 Mookie Betts/Ted Williams
528 Chris Sale
545 Jackie Bradley Jr.
574 Rafael Devers/Ted Williams
575 Boston Red Sox

577 Mookie Betts
615 Mookie Betts/Ted Williams
652 Chris Sale
677 Chris Sale
679 Rafael Devers
706 Rafael Devers
732 Brock Holt
742 JD Martinez
757 Jackie Bradley Jr.
771 Mookie Betts
821 David Ortiz
825 Rafael Devers
837 Xander Bogaerts
855 Mike Yastrzemski/Carl Yastrzemski
862 Rafael Devers/Xander Bogaerts
923 Rafael Devers

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2019 Topps Now Baseball Chicago Cubs Checklist

60 Chicago Cubs
118 David Bote
125 Javier Baez
173 Kyle Hendricks
182 Chicago Cubs
185 Anthony Rizzo
189 Kris Bryant
201 Jason Heyward
214 Willson Contreras
226 Kyle Hendricks
243 Kris Bryant
256 Javier Baez
297 Kyle Hendricks
335 David Bote
393 Cole Hamels
407 Adbert Alzolay
423 Javier Baez
440 Craig Kimbrel
479 Robel Garcia
521 Kyle Schwarber
544 Javier Baez
590 Kyle Schwarber
611 Nicholas Castellanos
680 Jose Quintana
688 Yu Darvish
714 Anthony Rizzo
726 Nicholas Castellanos
766 Victor Cararini
768 Nicholas Castellanos
820 Nico Hoerner
834 Yu Darvish
838 Nico Hoerner
848 Kris Bryant
849 Chicago Cubs

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2019 Topps Now Baseball Chicago White Sox Checklist

17 Eloy Jimenez
23 Eloy Jimenez
77 Eloy Jimenez
141 Tim Anderson
149 Reynaldo Lopez
162 Yonder Alonso
164 Tim Anderson/Cody Bellinger
168 Nicky Delmonico
265 Chicago White Sox
266 Eloy Jimenez
270 Lucas Giolito
292 Yolmer Sanchez
352 Eloy Jimenez
364 Eloy Jimenez
376 Eloy Jimenez
394 Eloy Jimenez
411 Zack Collins
472 Dylan Cease
476 Jose Abreu
546 Harold Baines
725 Lucas Giolito
756 Lucas Giolito
805 Lucas Giolito
832 Lucas Giolito
928 Eloy Jimenez/Pete Alonso
929 Tim Anderson

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2019 Topps Now Baseball Cincinnati Reds Checklist

91 Yasiel Puig
171 Nick Senzel
174 Nick Senzel
178 Eugenio Suarez/Jesse Winker/Derek Dietrich
183 Nick Senzel
235 Yasiel Puig
293 Derek Dietrich
400 Jesse Winker
467 Yasiel Puig
474 Sonny Gray
509 Phillip Ervin
605 Trevor Bauer
662 Trevor Bauer
665 Aristides Aquino
668 Aristides Aquino/Yordan Alvarez
675 Aristides Aquino
681 Aristides Aquino
693 Aristies Aquino
699 Aristides Aquino
738 Aristides Aquino
761 Aristides Aquino
764 Aristides Aquino
784 Aristides Aquino
799 Phillip Ervin
816 Michael Lorenzen
866 Eugenio Suarez
895 Eugenio Suarez
902 Alex Bregman/Aristides Aquino
903 Yordan Alvarez/Aristides Aquino
927 Austin Meadows/Eugenio Suarez

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2019 Topps Now Baseball Cleveland Indians Checklist

31 Mike Clevinger
43 Trevor Bauer
47 Carlos Santana
101 Carlos Carrasco
132 Trevor Bauer
169 Tyler Naquin
198 Jose Ramirez
238 Jason Kipnis
249 Shane Bieber
343 Zach Plesac
363 Oscar Mercado
375 Jake Bauers
385 Trevor Bauer
416 Aaron Civale
430 Jason Kipnis
437 Trevor Bauer
494 Sandy Alomar Jr./CC Sabathia
498 Shane Bieber
522 Cleveland Indians
536 Oscar Mercado
568 Shane Bieber/Dennis Eckersley
606 Yasiel Puig
607 Franmil Reyes
608 Logan Allen
632 Shane Bieber
671 Carlos Santana
676 Carlos Santana
692 Cleveland Indians
865 Yasiel Puig
894 Jose Ramirez

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2019 Topps Now Baseball Colorado Rockies Checklist

86 German Marquez
98 Garrett Hampson
105 Charlie Blackmon
121 Nolan Arenado
240 Brendan Rodgers
276 Trevor Story
282 Nolan Arenado
290 Raimel Tapia
301 Daniel Murphy
304 Trevor Story
341 Peter Lambert
357 Ian Desmond
377 Ian Desmond
384 Charlie Blackmon
386 Charlie Blackmon
445 Charlie Blackmon
468 DJ LeMahieu/Charlie Blackmon
513 Trevor Story
581 Daniel Murphy
685 Nolan Arenado
711 Nolan Arenado
712 Garrett Hampson
750 Ryan McMahon
804 Trevor Story
824 Nolan Arenado
892 Charlie Blackmon
916 Trevor Story

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2019 Topps Now Baseball Detroit Tigers Checklist

15 Christin Stewart
35 Dustin Peterson
179 Brandon Dixon
308 Niko Goodrum
551 Nicholas Castellanos
653 Jordy Mercer

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2019 Topps Now Baseball Houston Astros Checklist

18 George Springer
71 Jose Altuve
80 Jose Altuve
82 Jose Altuve
99 Houston Astros
142 Tony Kemp
205 Josh Reddick
209 Justin Verlander
219 George Springer
225 George Springer
247 Houston Astros
260 Justin Verlander
281 Carlos Correa
295 Alex Bregman
312 Justin Verlander
344 Gerrit Cole/Robinson Chirinos
351 Yordan Alvarez
362 Yordan Alvarez
367 Justin Verlander
382 Yordan Alvarez
424 Yordan Alvarez
443 Yuli Gurriel
456 Yuli Gurriel
469 Yordan Alvarez/Pete Alonso
495 Michael Brantley
533 Yordan Alvarez
534 Jose Altuve/Alex Bregman/Yordan Alvarez
555 Yordan Alvarez
556 Gerrit Cole
561 Yuli Gurriel
591 Jose Altuve

610 Zack Greinke
620 Houston Astros
622 Yuli Gurriel/Paul Goldschmidt
623 Yordan Alvarez/Keston Hiura
624 Houston Astros
631 Justin Verlander
643 Yordan Alvarez
647 Yuli Gurriel
667 Yordan Alvarez
668 Aristides Aquino/Yordan Alvarez
669 Houston Astros
691 Carlos Correa
710 Zack Greinke
719 George Springer
720 Yordan Alvarez
727 Justin Verlander
735 Gerrit Cole
762 Gerrit Cole
778 Justin Verlander
779 Gerrit Cole/Justin Verlander
786 Gerrit Cole

802 Kyle Tucker
803 Michael Brantley
808 Alex Bregman
814 Gerrit Cole
815 Houston Astros
818 Yordan Alvarez
819 Houston Astros
841 Gerrit Cole
863 Gerrit Cole
864 Houston Astros
877 George Springer
879 Justin Verlander
882 Houston Astros
891 Gerrit Cole
898 Zack Greinke
899 Houston Astros
902 Alex Bregman/Aristides Aquino
903 Yordan Alvarez/Aristides Aquino
914 Justin Verlander
921 Gerrit Cole
931 Justin Verlander
934 Gerrit Cole
951 Justin Verlander
952 Jose Altuve
964 Carlos Correa
965 Alex Bregman
966 Gerrit Cole
973 Jose Altuve

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2019 Topps Now Baseball Kansas City Royals Checklist

38 Adalberto Mondesi
64 Whit Merrifield/George Brett
68 Billy Hamilton
69 Whit Merrifield
84 Hunter Dozier
285 Whit Merrifield
374 Nicky Lopez
499 Bubba Starling
523 Whit Merrifield
658 Whit Merrifield
769 Jorge Soler/Mike Moustakas
791 Jorge Soler
793 Ryan O’Hearn
915 Jorge Soler
919 Jorge Soler
920 Kansas City Royals

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2019 Topps Now Baseball Los Angeles Angels Checklist

10 Mike Trout
49 Mike Trout
51 Mike Trout
56 Albert Pujols/Ichiro
58 Mike Trout
62 Mike Trout
112 Albert Pujols/Babe Ruth
133 Albert Pujols
146 Albert Pujols
159 Griffin Canning
160 Mike Trout
204 Albert Pujols
208 Mike Trout
223 Shohei Ohtani
234 Jared Walsh
244 Mike Trout
283 Jared Walsh
319 Albert Pujols/Ted Williams
339 Dustin Garneau
349 Tommy La Stella/Mike Trout/Shohei Ohtani
370 Albert Pujols
371 Shohei Ohtani
389 Mike Trout
401 Mike Trout
410 Albert Pujols
419 Albert Pujols
487 Mike Trout

502 Mike Trout
503 Los Angeles Angels
506 Mike Trout
543 Ronald Acuna Jr./Mike Trout
592 Albert Pujols
596 Matt Thaiss
613 Mike Trout
682 Albert Pujols
687 Cody Bellinger/Mike Trout
717 Mike Trout
718 Andrew Heaney
777 Mike Trout
809 Shohei Ohtani

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2019 Topps Now Baseball Los Angeles Dodgers Checklist

19 Los Angeles Dodgers
26 Cody Bellinger
41 Los Angeles Dodgers
48 Cody Bellinger
59 Cody Bellinger
92 Joc Pederson
107 Enrique Hernandez
120 Cody Bellinger
139 Cody Bellinger
150 Cody Bellinger
154 Cody Bellinger
164 Tim Anderson/Cody Bellinger
194 Hyun-Jin Ryu
195 Justin Turner
221 Hyun-Jin Ryu
237 Kenta Maeda
287 Justin Turner
294 Cody Bellinger
300 Los Angeles Dodgers
303 Hyun-Jin Ryu
314 Will Smith
323 Walker Buehler
329 Hyun-Jin Ryu
359 Hyun-Jin Ryu

404 Los Angeles Dodgers
405 Pete Alonso/Cody Bellinger
414 Walker Buehler
415 Matt Beaty
420 Alex Verdugo
425 Alex Verdugo/Matt Beaty/Will Smith
434 Los Angeles Dodgers
462 Christian Yelich/Cody Bellinger/Ronald Acuna Jr.
477 Cody Bellinger
490 Joc Pederson/Vladimir Guerrero Jr.
518 Cody Bellinger
617 Clayton Kershaw/Sandy Koufax
619 Cody Bellinger
621 Dustin May
627 Walker Buehler
633 Max Muncy
648 Russell Martin
683 Clayton Kershaw
684 Edwin Rios
687 Cody Bellinger/Mike Trout
695 Los Angeles Dodgers
723 Clayton Kershaw/Sandy Koufax
730 Will Smith
731 Max Muncy
737 Corey Seager/Enrique Hernandez
759 Russell Martin
783 Los Angeles Dodgers
787 Gavin Lux

807 A.J. Pollock
822 Gavin Lux
827 Los Angeles Dodgers
881 Hyun-Jin Ryu
917 Hyun-Jin Ryu
922 Los Angeles Dodgers
932 Hyun-Jin Ryu
933 Cody Bellinger
948 Walker Buehler
949 Gavin Lux
950 Max Muncy
970 Russell Martin
971 Justin Turner
972 Los Angeles Dodgers
991 Walker Buehler

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2019 Topps Now Baseball Miami Marlins Checklist

248 Sandy Alcantara
325 Miami Marlins
366 Jordan Yamamoto
396 Jordan Yamamoto
417 Wilkin Castillo
527 Brian Anderson
614 Harold Ramirez
634 Isan Diaz
765 Harold Ramirez
800 Brian Moran/Colin Moran

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2019 Topps Now Baseball Milwaukee Brewers Checklist

14 Lorenzo Cain
25 Christian Yelich
27 Christian Yelich
57 Josh Hader
89 Lorenzo Cain
90 Christian Yelich
110 Christian Yelich
140 Lorenzo Cain
143 Christian Yelich
175 Ryan Braun
227 Keston Hiura
250 Keston Hiura
272 Christian Yelich
286 Brandon Woodruff
315 Keston Hiura/Orlando Arcia
361 Christian Yelich
409 Christian Yelich
460 Christian Yelich
462 Christian Yelich/Cody Bellinger/Ronald Acuna Jr.
465 Christian Yelich
505 Christian Yelich
508 Ben Gamel
588 Keston Hiura

623 Yordan Alvarez/Keston Hiura
640 Christian Yelich
650 Keston Hiura
663 Eric Thames
703 Christian Yelich
704 Eric Thames
746 Christian Yelich
812 Christian Yelich
850 Ryan Braun
901 Milwaukee Brewers

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2019 Topps Now Baseball Minnesota Twins Checklist

46 Jorge Polanco
111 Eddie Rosario
127 Eddie Rosario
134 Nelson Cruz/Eddie Rosario/C.J. Cron
155 Ehire Adrianza/Eddie Rosario/Max Kepler
200 Jorge Polanco/Kyle Gibson
210 Jake Odorizzi
269 Minnesota Twins
271 Minnesota Twins
316 Minnesota Twins
340 Max Kepler
397 Max Kepler
481 Minnesota Twins
486 Jorge Polanco
504 Max Kepler
552 Max Kepler
554 Minnesota Twins
572 Nelson Cruz
573 Minnesota Twins
579 Minnesota Twins
580 Nelson Cruz

612 Minnesota Twins
625 Nelson Cruz
641 Miguel Sano
645 Minnesota Twins
661 Minnesota Twins
697 Max Kepler
724 Rally Squirrel
774 Minnesota Twins
845 Miguel Sano
878 Nelson Cruz
900 Minnesota Twins
926 Minnesota Twins

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2019 Topps Now Baseball New York Mets Checklist

11 Robinson Cano
12 Pete Alonso
32 Pete Alonso
40 Jacob deGrom
66 Pete Alonso
74 Pete Alonso
123 Zack Wheeler
157 Pete Alonso
165 Brandon Lowe/Pete Alonso
166 Noah Syndergaard
190 Robinson Cano
191 Pete Alonso
252 Pete Alonso
257 Pete Alonso
258 Amed Rosario
278 Tomas Nido
299 Pete Alonso
324 Pete Alonso/Darryl Strawberry
333 Jason Vargas
381 Pete Alonso
392 Pete Alonso
405 Pete Alonso/Cody Bellinger
418 Pete Alonso/Darryl Strawberry
422 Pete Alonso
441 Pete Alonso/Mark McGwire
469 Yordan Alvarez/Pete Alonso
492 Pete Alonso/Vladimir Guerrero Jr.
493 Pete Alonso
496 Pete Alonso

524 Pete Alonso
541 Pete Alonso
558 Robinson Cano
583 Pete Alonso
587 Steven Matz
593 Marcus Stroman
603 Noah Syndergaard
636 Jeff McNeil
639 Pete Alonso
659 Todd Frazier
660 Michael Conforto
689 Pete Alonso
705 Pete Alonso
728 J.D. Davis
736 J.D. Davis
740 Jacob deGrom
744 Pete Alonso
755 Pete Alonso
763 Max Scherzer/Tom Seaver
782 Wilson Ramos

806 Pete Alonso
831 Juan Lagares
859 Pete Alonso/Mark McGwire
870 Pete Alonso
880 Pete Alonso
889 Michael Conforto/Brandon Nimmo
896 Jacob deGrom/Dwight Gooden/Tom Seaver
906 Pete Alonso/Aaron Judge
913 Pete Alonso
924 Dom Smith
928 Eloy Jimenez/Pete Alonso
930 Pete Alonso

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2019 Topps Now Baseball New York Yankees Checklist

42 Gleyber Torres
52 Aaron Judge/Clint Frazier
54 Gary Sanchez
96 James Paxton
100 Brett Gardner
112 Albert Pujols/Babe Ruth
116 James Paxton
117 Austin Romine
122 Gio Urshela
128 Mike Ford
144 Gary Sanchez
156 C.C. Sabathia
188 DJ LeMahieu
232 Gleyber Torres
242 Gio Urshela
253 Gleyber Torres
254 Gary Sanchez
259 Domingo German
263 Gleyber Torres
264 New York Yankees
330 Gary Sanchez
388 Masahiro Tanaka
391 Edwin Encarnacion
399 CC Sabathia

427 New York Yankees
431 New York Yankees
432 New York Yankees
435 Gleyber Torres
449 Aaron Hicks
450 Luke Voit
452 DJ LeMahieu
458 Gleyber Torres
459 New York Yankees
468 DJ LeMahieu/Charlie Blackmon
478 New York Yankees
482 Aaron Judge
494 Sandy Alomar Jr./CC Sabathia
531 New York Yankees
548 Mike Mussina
549 Mariano Rivera
562 Didi Gregorius
564 Aaron Hicks
567 Gleyber Torres
626 Gleyber Torres
638 New York Yankees
651 New York Yankees
654 New York Yankees
674 Gleyber Torres

700 Gleyber Torres
702 Mariano Rivera
734 Gleyber Torres
741 Gary Sanchez
748 New York Yankees
749 Aaron Judge
754 Masahiro Tanaka/Yusei Kikuchi
758 Aaron Judge
760 Gary Sanchez
772 DJ LeMahieu
781 Brett Gardner/Mike Ford
788 Gary Sanchez
789 New York Yankees
790 James Paxton/Masahiro Tanaka/Mike Mussina
853 Luis Severino
861 C.C. Sabathia
869 New York Yankees
872 New York Yankees
874 James Paxton
906 Pete Alonso/Aaron Judge

955 Gleyber Torres
957 DJ LeMahieu
960 Didi Gregorious
961 New York Yankees
962 Masahiro Tanaka
963 New York Yankees
981 Gleyber Torres
982 New York Yankees

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2019 Topps Now Baseball Oakland Athletics Checklist

2 Stephen Piscotty
4 Khris Davis
73 Khris Davis
79 Khris Davis
119 Ramon Laureano
131 Chad Pinder
170 Josh Phegly
192 Ramon Laureano
193 Mike Fiers
203 Stephen Piscotty
212 Matt Chapman
215 Ramon Laureano
289 Oakland Athletics
408 Matt Chapman
441 Pete Alonso/Mark McGwire
604 Matt Olson
644 Oakland Athletics
696 Robbie Grossman
751 Marcus Semien
826 Oakland Athletics
829 Jesus Luzardo
851 Marcus Semien
859 Pete Alonso/Mark McGwire
860 Mark Canha
897 Matt Chapman
909 Oakland Athletics

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2019 Topps Now Baseball Philadelphia Phillies Checklist

13 Bryce Harper
24 Bryce Harper
37 Bryce Harper
63 Bryce Harper
85 Jean Segura
94 Philadelphia Phillies
148 Zach Eflin
187 Bryce Harper
217 Zach Eflin
220 Cole Irvin
245 Bryce Harper
255 Jake Arrieta/J.T. Realmuto
328 Jay Bruce
337 Adam Haseley
342 Jay Bruce
348 Nick Pivetta
358 Arizona Diamondback/Philadelphia Phillies
436 Jay Bruce
439 Jean Segura
471 Bryce Harper
510 Maikel Franco
520 Bryce Harper
529 Philadelphia Phillies
550 Roy Halladay
563 Rhys Hoskins
664 Bryce Harper
690 Bryce Harper
752 Bryce Harper
753 Sean Rodriguez
823 Scott Kingery

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2019 Topps Now Baseball Pittsburgh Pirates Checklist

50 Kevin Newman
109 Cole Tucker
180 Starling Marte
302 Josh Bell
307 Josh Bell
321 Rafael Devers/Josh Bell
347 Bryan Reynolds
390 Josh Bell
464 Josh Bell
694 Kevin Newman
743 Pablo Reyes
800 Brian Moran/Colin Moran
907 Kevin Newman

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2019 Topps Now Baseball San Diego Padres Checklist

16 Fernando Tatis Jr.
21 Manny Machado
30 Chris Paddack
33 Fernando Tatis Jr.
45 Fernando Tatis Jr.
87 Fernando Tatis Jr.
93 Luis Urias/Fernando Tatis Jr.
106 Fernando Tatis Jr.
129 Austin Hedges
130 Chris Paddack
181 Hunter Renfroe
186 Chris Paddack
197 Manny Margot
239 Manny Machado
273 Josh Naylor
277 San Diego Padres
345 Fernando Tatis Jr.
346 Austin Hedges
379 Hunter Renfroe
380 Fernando Tatis Jr./Austin Allen
398 Logan Allen
421 Fernando Tatis Jr.