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 74 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.

Base

Base Set

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 18

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 19

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

Autographs

2019 Topps Now Baseball Autographs Checklist

2019 Topps Now Baseball 6A Yusei Kikuchi 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

Relics

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)

Auto Relics

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)

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

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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.

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2019 Topps Now Baseball Baltimore Orioles Checklist

81 Chris Davis

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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

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2019 Topps Now Baseball Chicago Cubs Checklist

60 Chicago Cubs

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2019 Topps Now Baseball Chicago White Sox Checklist

17 Eloy Jimenez
23 Eloy Jimenez
77 Eloy Jimenez

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2019 Topps Now Baseball Cincinnati Reds Checklist

91 Yasiel Puig

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2019 Topps Now Baseball Cleveland Indians Checklist

31 Mike Clevinger
43 Trevor Bauer
47 Carlos Santana
101 Carlos Carrasco

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2019 Topps Now Baseball Colorado Rockies Checklist

86 German Marquez
98 Garrett Hampson
105 Charlie Blackmon

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2019 Topps Now Baseball Detroit Tigers Checklist

15 Christin Stewart
35 Dustin Peterson

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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

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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

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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

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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

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2019 Topps Now Baseball Miami Marlins Checklist

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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

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2019 Topps Now Baseball Minnesota Twins Checklist

46 Jorge Polanco
111 Eddie Rosario

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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

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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

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2019 Topps Now Baseball Oakland Athletics Checklist

2 Stephen Piscotty
4 Khris Davis
73 Khris Davis
79 Khris Davis

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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

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2019 Topps Now Baseball Pittsburgh Pirates Checklist

50 Kevin Newman
109 Cole Tucker

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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.

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2019 Topps Now Baseball San Francisco Giants Checklist

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2019 Topps Now Baseball Seattle Mariners Checklist

1 Ichiro
3 Domingo Santana
6 Yusei Kikuchi
7 Ichiro
8 Ken Griffey Jr./Ichiro
9 Ichiro/Yusei Kikuchi
56 Albert Pujols/Ichiro
61 Edwin Encarnacion
70 Mitch Haniger
72 Seattle Mariners
115 Yusei Kikuchi

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2019 Topps Now Baseball St. Louis Cardinals Checklist

20 Paul Goldschmidt
102 Marcell Ozuna
104 Lane Thomas

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2019 Topps Now Baseball Tampa Bay Rays Checklist

36 Blake Snell

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2019 Topps Now Baseball Texas Rangers Checklist

83 Elvis Andrus
97 Mike Minor

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2019 Topps Now Baseball Toronto Blue Jays Checklist

28 Elvis Luciano

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2019 Topps Now Baseball Washington Nationals Checklist

29 Trea Turner

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A collector for much of his life, Ryan focuses primarily on building sets, Montreal Expos and interesting cards. He's also got one of the most comprehensive collections of John Jaha cards in existence (not that there are a lot of them). Got a question, story idea or want to get in touch? You can reach him by email and through Twitter @tradercracks.

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