2019 Topps Total Baseball Checklist, Team Set Lists and Details

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2019 Topps Total Baseball brings the brand back after a lengthy hiatus of more than a decade. And while the trademark feature of its massive checklist returns, how it’s constructed and distributed has changed.

2019 Topps Total Baseball Fernando Tatis Jr

This time around, it’s going the online route as far as ordering goes, releasing over the course of the season in several different waves.

When all is said and done, 2019 Topps Total Baseball will have a 900-card base set. That means deep dives into every franchise with appearances by relievers, utility players and others who might not get a lot of cards. Of course, there are the usual superstars as well.


2019 Topps Total Baseball 1 Mike Trout



But that 900-card checklist is broken down into nine waves. One wave is available on the Topps website at a time for three weeks. Every third Friday, one wave closes and another is put out. This pattern will repeat until all 900 cards are available. Packs have only one assortment of cards. So Wave 1 is #1-100, Wave 2 is #101-200, etc.

2019 Topps Total Baseball packs are $10 for ten cards.

2019 Topps Total Baseball cards at a glance:

Cards per pack: 10
Set size: 900 cards (nine 100-card waves)
Release date: April 12, 2019

2019 Topps Total Baseball Checklist

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Base Set Checklist

900 cards (when complete).

Parallels:

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Wave 1

Available: April 13, 2019


1 Mike Trout
2 Fernando Tatis Jr.
3 Odubel Herrera
4 Will Smith
5 Reyes Moronta
6 J.D. Davis
7 Greg Allen
8 Zack Wheeler
9 Patrick Corbin
10 Dan Straily
11 Matt Festa
12 Anthony Rizzo
13 Marco Gonzales
14 Adam Morgan
15 Daniel Stumpf
16 Clayton Kershaw
17 Trevor Rosenthal
18 Byron Buxton
19 David Robertson
20 Tyler Thornburg
21 JT Riddle
22 Steve Cishek
23 Ben Gamel
24 Matt Andriese
25 Trevor May

26 Justin Smoak
27 David Freese
28 Nick Margevicius
29 Melky Cabrera
30 Austin Barnes
31 Daniel Descalso
32 Tyler Glasnow
33 Hanser Alberto
34 Tyler Austin
35 Kyle Hendricks
36 Max Stassi
37 Adalberto Mondesi
38 Chris Stratton
39 Devon Travis
40 Jordan Zimmermann
41 Zack Cozart
42 Dereck Rodriguez
43 Niko Goodrum
44 Wandy Peralta
45 Wilmer Flores
46 Jake Petricka
47 Trevor Bauer
48 Chad Bettis
49 German Marquez
50 Michael Brantley


51 Jordan Hicks
52 Ender Inciarte
53 Chris Davis
54 Pablo Lopez
55 Josh Phegley
56 Martin Perez
57 James McCann
58 Yusmeiro Petit
59 Raimel Tapia
60 Caleb Joseph
61 Sonny Gray
62 Dominic Leone
63 Jose Peraza
64 Victor Robles
65 Aaron Nola
66 Clint Frazier
67 Mike Tauchman
68 Neil Walker
69 Jose De Leon
70 Stephen Piscotty
71 Isiah Kiner-Falefa
72 Mitch Moreland
73 Blake Parker
74 Alex Colome
75 Willy Adames

76 Francisco Mejia
77 Joey Gallo
78 Kenley Jansen
79 Jaime Barria
80 Aroldis Chapman
81 Arodys Vizcaino
82 Travis d’Arnaud
83 Alex Gordon
84 Chris Devenski
85 Adam Engel
86 Jay Bruce
87 Brad Boxberger
88 Charlie Culberson
89 Ronald Guzman
90 Jason Martin
91 Jameson Taillon
92 Josh Harrison
93 Manuel Margot
94 Trevor Williams
95 Tyler O’Neill
96 Jesus Aguilar
97 Danny Jansen
98 Steve Pearce
99 Max Moroff
100 Ronald Acuna Jr.


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Team Sets

2019 Topps Total Baseball Team Set Checklists

Want to know what cards your favorite team has in 2019 Topps Total Baseball? Here’s the checklist broken down by team. Scroll through or click below to go directly to that team.

Please note that parallels are not included here.

These lists will grow as more waves are released.

Arizona Diamondbacks Checklist

24 Matt Andriese
45 Wilmer Flores
60 Caleb Joseph

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Atlanta Braves Checklist

52 Ender Inciarte
81 Arodys Vizcaino
88 Charlie Culberson
100 Ronald Acuna Jr.

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Baltimore Orioles Checklist

10 Dan Straily
33 Hanser Alberto
53 Chris Davis

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Boston Red Sox Checklist

20 Tyler Thornburg
72 Mitch Moreland
98 Steve Pearce

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Chicago Cubs Checklist

12 Anthony Rizzo
22 Steve Cishek
31 Daniel Descalso
35 Kyle Hendricks

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Chicago White Sox Checklist

57 James McCann
74 Alex Colome
85 Adam Engel

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Cincinnati Reds Checklist

44 Wandy Peralta
61 Sonny Gray
63 Jose Peraza

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Cleveland Indians Checklist

7 Greg Allen
47 Trevor Bauer
99 Max Moroff

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Colorado Rockies Checklist

48 Chad Bettis
49 German Marquez
59 Raimel Tapia

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Detroit Tigers Checklist

15 Daniel Stumpf
40 Jordan Zimmermann
43 Niko Goodrum

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Houston Astros Checklist

36 Max Stassi
50 Michael Brantley
84 Chris Devenski

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Kansas City Royals Checklist

37 Adalberto Mondesi
83 Alex Gordon
87 Brad Boxberger

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Los Angeles Angels Checklist

1 Mike Trout
38 Chris Stratton
41 Zack Cozart
79 Jaime Barria

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Los Angeles Dodgers Checklist

16 Clayton Kershaw
27 David Freese
30 Austin Barnes
78 Kenley Jansen

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Miami Marlins Checklist

21 JT Riddle
54 Pablo Lopez

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Milwaukee Brewers Checklist

23 Ben Gamel
46 Jake Petricka
96 Jesus Aguilar

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Minnesota Twins Checklist

18 Byron Buxton
25 Trevor May
56 Martin Perez
73 Blake Parker

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New York Mets Checklist

6 J.D. Davis
8 Zack Wheeler
82 Travis d’Arnaud

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New York Yankees Checklist

66 Clint Frazier
67 Mike Tauchman
80 Aroldis Chapman

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Oakland Athletics Checklist

55 Josh Phegley
58 Yusmeiro Petit
70 Stephen Piscotty

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Philadelphia Phillies Checklist

3 Odubel Herrera
14 Adam Morgan
19 David Robertson
65 Aaron Nola

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Pittsburgh Pirates Checklist

29 Melky Cabrera
68 Neil Walker
90 Jason Martin
91 Jameson Taillon
92 Josh Harrison
94 Trevor Williams

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San Diego Padres Checklist

2 Fernando Tatis Jr.
28 Nick Margevicius
76 Francisco Mejia
93 Manuel Margot

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San Francisco Giants Checklist

4 Will Smith
5 Reyes Moronta
34 Tyler Austin
42 Dereck Rodriguez

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Seattle Mariners Checklist

11 Matt Festa
13 Marco Gonzales
86 Jay Bruce

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St. Louis Cardinals Checklist

51 Jordan Hicks
62 Dominic Leone
95 Tyler O’Neill

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Tampa Bay Rays Checklist

32 Tyler Glasnow
69 Jose De Leon
75 Willy Adames

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Texas Rangers Checklist

71 Isiah Kiner-Falefa
77 Joey Gallo
89 Ronald Guzman

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Toronto Blue Jays Checklist

26 Justin Smoak
39 Devon Travis
97 Danny Jansen

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Washington Nationals Checklist

9 Patrick Corbin
17 Trevor Rosenthal
64 Victor Robles

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6 comments

  1. Paul Angilly 12 April, 2019 at 18:01

    I’m sorry, but for $1 per card, they could have put a little more effort into the card design, especially on the back. Do we really need the advertisement on the back of the card? How about some stats or a longer bio? Would have preferred this to be a retail exclusive at $1-2 for a pack of 10.

  2. John S. 14 April, 2019 at 03:20

    Talk about taking a refreshing idea and completely blowing it. So I would need to spend at least $900 to complete the base set? Why can’t Topps sell these as complete sets for the low low low price of $499.99 instead?

  3. Jesse Bachman 14 April, 2019 at 08:32

    $1 per card and 95 percent of them are going to be commons. Please don’t buy this anyone. Topps doesn’t deserve your hard earned money on this.

  4. fred 15 April, 2019 at 10:32

    I got really excited when I saw the headline. I had no idea Topps Total was coming back. 15 years ago it was a fun, cheap way to collect a huge set with all of the back of the bullpen guys and last guys off the bench that may or may not get into a regular Topps or Topps update release in any given year. Then of course I see that it’s an online only release and $10 for a pack of 10 cards? Eye roll and thanks but no thanks.

  5. TW 16 April, 2019 at 08:31

    I really hope that nobody buys this clear attempt at a money grab. Spending $10 for 10 commons is assinine. The Total line was originally a cheap way to get some bench/back end bullpen guys, but it doesn’t even look like there was any thought put into the design whatsoever. Pathetic.

  6. Doc 16 April, 2019 at 10:49

    LOLOL. $1 a card? For Total? No one is going to drop $1000+ (because you know you’ll get dupes) for a set of this. No thanks Topps.

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