2020 Topps Archives Signature Series Baseball: Retired Player Edition Checklist and Details

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Following in the footsteps of the earlier Active Player version (and similar set from the past few years), 2020 Topps Archives Signature Series Baseball: Retired Player Edition offers buyback autographs. And everyone in the product is from the past.

In a nutshell, each box has one card — an autograph on an already released Topps card from the past. They might be modern cards, but they could be vintage. Inserts with fresh ink are also a possibility. Dual autographs are also randomly inserted.

2020 Topps Archives Signature Series Baseball Retired Player Edition Koufax

Cards get a special gold foil stamp noting it’s part of the Archives Signature Series line as well as the year. Cards also come encased.

It’s worth noting that the name of the set is Retired Player Edition, not Hall of Fame. So while everyone is from the past, the star power on the checklist will vary.

Typically Archives Signature Series sets use several cards per player. This allows for pretty much everything to come with low serial numbers including an abundance of one-of-ones.

2020 Topps Archives Signature Series Baseball Retired Player Edition Hank Aaron

2020 Topps Archives Signature Series Baseball: Retired Player Edition at a glance:

Cards per pack: 1
Packs per box: 1
Boxes per case: 20
Release date: July 8, 2020

Shop for 2020 Topps Archives Signature Series Baseball: Retired Player Edition boxes on eBay:

What to expect in a hobby box:

  • Buyback Autographs – 1

2020 Topps Archives Signature Series Baseball: Retired Player Edition Checklist

The following is a list of players in the product. Topps has not released a list of the cards, number of different cards or print run specifics.

Autographs

110 players.

Buy on:

Hank Aaron
Jim Abbott
Roberto Alomar
Sandy Alomar Jr.
Moises Alou
Bronson Arroyo
Jeff Bagwell
Johnny Bench
Bert Blyleven
Wade Boggs
Lou Brock
Jay Buhner
Jose Canseco
Bernie Carbo
Rod Carew
Steve Carlton
Sean Casey
Eric Chavez
Jeff Cirillo
Will Clark
Roger Clemens
Bartolo Colon
David Cone
Johnny Damon
Eric Davis
Andre Dawson
Dennis Eckersley
Cecil Fielder
Rollie Fingers
Carlton Fisk

Cliff Floyd
George Foster
Andres Galaragga
Nomar Garciaparra
Bob Gibson
Tom Glavine
Juan Gonzalez
Luis Gonzalez
Dwight Gooden
Mark Grace
Shawn Green
Ken Griffey Jr.
Vladimir Guerrero
Todd Helton
Rickey Henderson
Ryan Howard
Reggie Jackson
Randy Johnson
Andruw Jones
Chipper Jones
David Justice
Sandy Koufax
Barry Larkin
Vern Law
Tim Lincecum
Juan Marichal
Dennis Martinez
Edgar Martinez
Tino Martinez
Hideki Matsui

Don Mattingly
Joe Mauer
Fred McGriff
Mark McGwire
Dale Murphy
Mike Mussina
Al Oliver
Magglio Ordonez
Rey Ordonez
David Ortiz
Joe Pepitone
Tony Perez
Andy Pettitte
Jorge Posada
Tim Raines
Jerry Remy
Jim Rice
Cal Ripken Jr.
Mariano Rivera
Alex Rodriguez
Ivan Rodriguez
Steve Rogers
Nolan Ryan
CC Sabathia
Ryne Sandberg
Manny Sanguillen
Benito Santiago
Mike Schmidt
Ruben Sierra
Ozzie Smith

John Smoltz
Dave Stewart
Darryl Strawberry
Ichiro Suzuki
Mark Teixeira
Miguel Tejeda
Frank Thomas
Gorman Thomas
Jim Thome
Luis Tiant
Jason Varitek
Mo Vaughn
Rondell White
Bernie Williams
Maury Willis
Kerry Wood
David Wright
Carl Yazstremski
Robin Yount
Barry Zito

Dual Autographs

Sandy Alomar Jr. / Ken Griffey Jr.
Mark McGwire / Will Clark
Ivan Rodriguez / Johnny Bench
Nolan Ryan / Steve Carlton
Ichiro Suzuki / Roberto Alomar

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2 comments

  1. Jerry 23 May, 2020 at 03:51

    I just read in our local newspaper today May 21st about the 2020 Project do you have exact date for each of the 20 cards as the newspaper did not say. Thank You

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