2019 Topps On-Demand Rookie Progression Baseball Checklist and Details

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It may have started out a little slow, but the 2019 MLB rookie crop is shaping up to show some depth. 2019 Topps On-Demand Rookie Progression Baseball is an online-exclusive mini set that showcases some of that reach.

Each set comes with a full set of 30 base cards, an autograph, a parallel and a pair of inserts.

The base set is all rookies and comes with a design that’s dark and colorful at the same time. Players include Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Nick Senzel, Fernando Tatis Jr. and Pete Alonso.

2019 Topps On-Demand Rookie Progression Baseball Pete Alonso

Base parallels come in five levels, four of which are numbered to 50 or less.

The insert themes include Alternate Rookie Photo cards and Sophomore Standouts, highlighting some of the year’s top second-year players.

2019 Topps On-Demand Rookie Progression Baseball sets went on sale on the Topps website on May 31. They have a sales window of one week unless they sell out sooner.

2019 Topps On-Demand Rookie Progression Baseball at a glance:

Cards per set: 34
Set size: 30 cards
Release date: May 31, 2019

What to expect in a set:

  • 30-Card Base Set
  • Autographs – 1
  • Inserts – 2
  • Parallels – 1

2019 Topps On-Demand Rookie Progression Baseball Checklist

Base Set

30 cards.

2019 Topps On-Demand Rookie Progression Baseball Fernando Tatis Jr

Parallels:
1 per set.

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1 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. Toronto Blue Jays
2 Justus Sheffield Seattle Mariners
3 Willians Astudillo Minnesota Twins
4 Rowdy Tellez Toronto Blue Jays
5 Francisco Arcia Chicago Cubs
6 Christin Stewart Detroit Tigers
7 Ramon Laureano Oakland Athletics
8 Danny Jansen Toronto Blue Jays
9 David Fletcher Los Angeles Angels
10 Chance Adams New York Yankees
11 Jake Bauers Cleveland Indians
12 Chris Paddack San Diego Padres
13 Kyle Tucker Houston Astros
14 Brandon Lowe Tampa Bay Rays
15 Eloy Jimenez Chicago White Sox

16 Yusei Kikuchi Seattle Mariners
17 Luis Urias San Diego Padres
18 Steven Duggar San Francisco Giants
19 Dakota Hudson St. Louis Cardinals
20 Jeff McNeil New York Mets
21 Pete Alonso New York Mets
22 Fernando Tatis Jr. San Diego Padres
23 Touki Toussaint Atlanta Braves
24 Nick Senzel Cincinnati Reds
25 Austin Riley Atlanta Braves
26 Keston Hiura Milwaukee Brewers
27 Griffin Canning Los Angeles Angels
28 Michael Chavis Boston Red Sox
29 Brendan Rodgers Colorado Rockies
30 Calvan Biggio Toronto Blue Jays

Autographs

32 signers.
1 per set.

Parallels:

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1 Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Toronto Blue Jays
2 Justus Sheffield, Seattle Mariners
3 Willians Astudillo, Minnesota Twins
4 Rowdy Tellez, Toronto Blue Jays
5 Francisco Arcia, Chicago Cubs
6 Christin Stewart, Detroit Tigers
7 Ramon Laureano, Oakland Athletics
8 Danny Jansen, Toronto Blue Jays
9 David Fletcher, Los Angeles Angels
10 Chance Adams, New York Yankees
11 Jake Bauers, Cleveland Indians
12 Kyle Tucker, Houston Astros
13 Brandon Lowe, Tampa Bay Rays
14 Eloy Jimenez, Chicago White Sox
15 Yusei Kikuchi, Seattle Mariners
16 Luis Urias, San Diego Padres

17 Steven Duggar, San Francisco Giants
18 Dakota Hudson, St. Louis Cardinals
19 Jeff McNeil, New York Mets
20 Pete Alonso, New York Mets
21 Fernando Tatis Jr., San Diego Padres
22 Touki Toussaint, Atlanta Braves
23 Keston Hiura, Milwaukee Brewers
24 Griffin Canning, Los Angeles Angels
25 Ronald Acuna, Atlanta Braves
26 Miguel Andujar, New York Yankees
27 Willy Adames, Tampa Bay Rays
28 Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels
29 Walker Buehler, Los Angeles Dodgers
30 Juan Soto, Washington Nationals
31 Jack Flaherterty, St. Louis Cardinals
32 Harrison Bader, St. Louis Cardinals

Alternate Rookie Photos

15 cards.

1 Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Toronto Blue Jays
2 Willians Astudillo, Minnesota Twins
3 Ramon Laureano, Oakland Athletics
4 Chris Paddack, San Diego Padres
5 Kyle Tucker, Houston Astros
6 Brandon Lowe, Tampa Bay Rays
7 Eloy Jimenez, Chicago White Sox
8 Yusei Kikuchi, Seattle Mariners
9 Jeff McNeil, New York Mets
10 Pete Alonso, New York Mets
11 Fernando Tatis Jr., San Diego Padres
12 Nick Senzel, Cincinnati Reds
13 Austin Riley, Atlanta Braves
14 Keston Hiura, Milwaukee Brewers
15 Brendan Rodgers, Colorado Rockies

Sophomore Standouts

10 cards.

1 Ronald Acuna, Atlanta Braves
2 Miguel Andujar, New York Yankees
3 Willy Adames, Tampa Bay Rays
4 Gleyber Torres, New York Yankees
5 Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels
6 Walker Buehler, Los Angeles Dodgers
7 Juan Soto, Washington Nationals
8 Jack Flaherterty, St. Louis Cardinals
9 Harrison Bader, St. Louis Cardinals
10 Ozzie Albies, Atlanta Braves

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1 comment

  1. JDonovan 3 June, 2019 at 21:17

    Horrible design. You might as well just leave the first name off entirely. But they are rookies and most people care more about that than card design anymore, so they will probably still sell well.

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