2020 Topps Now Baseball Checklist, Team Set Lists, Print Runs and More

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2020 Topps Now Baseball cards highlights key moments as they happen. It’s a few months later than expected, but the MLB season is officially started. Some things are different this season, like cutouts replacing fans in the stands, but the games go on.

The print-on-demand set returns for a fifth year. Its checklist will evolve throughout the season with dramatic moments, key highlights, record-setting achievements and pretty much anything deserving of a headline. Taken together, it’s the story of the season.

2020 Topps Now Baseball Overview

That came through in the first cards offered commemorating Opening Day. Sure, there are some players. But that doesn’t tell the entire story. The checklist starts before the official first pitch of the first game.

Card #2 features Dr. Anthony Fauci making the ceremonial first pitch at the Nationals-Yankees game. He has been the Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease and has been in the news helping direct the United States through the COVID-19 pandemic. The Fauci card set a Topps Now record, selling 51,512 copies.

2020 Topps Now Baseball Anthony Fauci

Given the structure of the set, 2020 Topps Now Baseball is able to chart notable MLB debuts as they happen. Within the first few days, the checklist reflected this with cards of Luis Robert, Brady Singer and Yoshi Tsutsugo. That continued with the debuts of Jo Adell, Casey Mize, Joey Bart and more.

2020 Topps Now Baseball Luis Robert

2020 Topps Now Baseball: How to Buy

Cards are available through the Topps website for just 24 hours. Once again, individual copies were $9.99 with discounts available for bulk orders.

After the sales window closes, Topps announces print runs. This makes for a pendulum of sorts for production numbers. Naturally, some of the biggest moments and rookie debuts traditionally get bigger numbers while cards that likely appeal mainly to a specific team’s fanbase tend to seller fewer.

Randomly included in the print run are parallels numbered to either 49, 25, 10, 5 and 1. These replace the regular cards ordered.

2020 Topps Now Baseball Checklist

This set will continue to grow throughout the season so this checklist will continue to expand. Announced print runs will be noted.

Parallels:

  • /49
  • /25
  • /10
  • /5
  • 1/1

October

2020 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – October, 2020

2020 Topps Now Baseball 482 Los Angeles Dodgers

October 1

346 Ian Anderson – Rookie Blanks Reds Over 6 IP with 9 Ks – 709
347 Marcell Ozuna – Braves Star Takes Fake Selfie After 2-Run HR – 385
348 Atlanta Braves – Advance to NLDS After 5-0 Win – 423
349 Luis Robert – Home Run Travels White Sox Record 487 Ft, Per Statcast – 3,479
350 Tim Anderson – MLB Record 9 Hits in 1st 3 Postseason Games – 439
351 Chad Pinder – Go-Ahead, 2-RBI Single in 5th Leads Game 3 Win – 312
352 Oakland Athletics – Advance to ALDS with 6-4 Win Over White Sox – 374
353 Fernando Tatis Jr. – Brings Padres Back with 2 Pivotal HRs, 5 RBI – 2,780
354 Wil Myers – 2 HRs, 4 RBI Fuel 11-9 Win Over Cardinals – 512
355 Clayton Kershaw – 13 Ks Over 8 SHO IP Send Dodgers to NLDS – 511
356 Los Angeles Dodgers – Advance to NLDS After 3-0 Win – 331

Autographs:

346A Ian Anderson – Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
349A Luis Robert – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
353A Fernando Tatis Jr. – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

October 2

357 Sixto Sanchez – 5 Shutout IPs Leads Sweep Over Cubs – 531
358 Garrett Cooper – 7th-Inning Blast Breaks Scoreless Tie, Fuels Win – 288
359 Miami Marlins – Advance to NLDS After 2-0 Win – 370
360 Luis Patino – Youngest Padres Player to Appear in the Postseason – 547
361 Fernando Tatis Jr. – Dazzles with Pair of Web Gems to Help Secure 4-0 Win – 1,595
362 San Diego Padres – MLB-Record Nine Pitchers Combine for Shutout – 450
363 San Diego Padres – Advance to NLDS After 4-0, Shutout Win – 795

October 5

364 Carlos Correa – 1st SS Ever with 2+ Multi-HR Postseason Games – 361
365 George Springer – Produces 4 Hits from Leadoff Spot in 10-5 Win – 264
366 New York Yankees – Set Postseason Records with 11 HRs, 31 Runs in 1st 3 Games – 589
367 Giancarlo Stanton – Breaks Game Open with 9th-Inning Grand Slam – 488
368 Shane McLanahan – 1st Pitcher Ever to Make MLB Debut in Postseason – 502

Autographs:

364A Carlos Correa – Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10 (Auto Ball), Orange /5 (Auto Ball), Gold 1/1 (Auto Ball)

Memorabilia:

367A Giancarlo Stanton – Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (GU Ball)

October 6

369 Ronald Acuna Jr. – Youngest Ever with Leadoff HR in Postseason – 1,268
370 Travis d’Arnaud – 2nd Braves Catcher Ever with 4 RBI in a Postseason Game – 307
371 George Springer – Joins Top 10 All-Time in Postseason HRs (17) – 292
372 Deivi Garcia – Youngest Postseason Starter in Yankees History – 571
373 Giancarlo Stanton – 5 HRs in 1st 4 Postseason Games Ties MLB Record – 489
374 Randy Arozarena – 9th Postseason Hit, 2nd HR Lead 7-5 Win – 1,152
375 Tyler Glasnow – Rays Record 10 Ks Power Crucial, 7-5 Win – 276
376 Ryan Weathers – Debuts with Scoreless Postseason Outing – 619
377 Justin Turner / Cody Bellinger – 325

Autographs:

369A Ronald Acuna Jr. – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10 (Auto Ball), Orange /5 (Auto Ball), Gold 1/1 (Auto Ball)
371A George Springer – Purple /25, Red /10 (GU Ball), Orange /5 (GU Ball), Gold 1/1 (GU Ball)
374A Randy Arozarena – Purple /25, Red /10 (GU Ball), Orange /5 (GU Ball), Gold 1/1 (GU Ball)

October 7

378 Dansby Swanson – 2nd-Inning Solo HR Leads to 2-0 Game 2 Win – 389
379 Ian Anderson – Rookie Deals 5+ Shutout Frames, 8 Ks in 2-0 Win – 690
380 Chad Pinder – Vital 3-Run HR Highlights 3-Hit, 4-RBI Effort – 295
381 Liam Hendricks – Keeps Postseason Alive with 3 SHO IP, 4 Ks – 335
382 Randy Arozarena – Streaking Rookie Belts HR in 3rd Straight Game – 1,030
383 Giancarlo Stanton – HRs in 1st 5 Postseason Games Set MLB Record – 609
384 Cody Bellinger – Robs Tatis Jr. of Go-Ahead HR to Preserve 4-3 Lead – 2,899

Autographs:

378A Dansby Swanson – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10 (Auto Ball), Orange /5 (Auto Ball), Gold 1/1 (Auto Ball)
384A Cody Bellinger – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10 (Auto Ball), Orange /5 (Auto Ball), Gold 1/1 (Auto Ball)

Memorabilia:

383A Giancarlo Stanton – Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (GU Ball)

October 8

385 Houston Astros / Oakland Athletics – Division Rivals Slug an ALDS Record 24 HRs – 201
386 Josh Reddick – Leap for Momentum-Shifting HR Robbery – 191
387 Carlos Correa – Red Hot SS Tallies 5 More Postseason RBI – 278
388 Michael Brantley – 2 HRs, 3 RBI Fuel 11-6 ALCS Clinching Win – 179
389 Houston Astros – Advance to 4th Straight ALCS – 213
390 Atlanta Braves – Advance to NLCS After Series Sweep of Marlins – 428
391 Luke Voit – 2nd-Inning, 453-Ft HR Gives YankeesEarly Lead – 274
392 Gleyber Torres – Extends Lead with Critical, 2-Run HR – 319
393 Will Smith – 4th Player Ever with 5-Hit, 3-RBI Postseason Game – 440
394 Justin Turner – Becomes Dodgers Postseason Hits Leader (64) – 294
395 Los Angeles Dodgers – Advance to NLCS with 12-3 Win, Series Sweep – 355

Autographs:

387A Carlos Correa – Blue /49 (Auto Base), Purple /25 (Auto Base), Red /10 (Auto Base), Orange /5 (Auto Base), Gold 1/1 (Auto Base)
388A Michael Brantley – Purple /25 (Auto Base), Red /10 (Auto Base), Orange /5 (Auto Base), Gold 1/1 (Auto Base)
393A Will Smith – Blue /49 (Auto Base), Purple /25 (Auto Base), Red /10 (Auto Base), Orange /5 (Auto Base), Gold 1/1 (Auto Base)

Memorabilia:

390A Atlanta Braves – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (GU Base)
392A Gleyber Torres – Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (GU Ball)
395A Los Angeles Dodgers – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (GU Base)

October 9

396 Austin Meadows – Breaks Through with Game-Tying HR Off Cole – 315
397 Michael Brosseau – Launches Go-Ahead HR Off Chapman After 10-Pitch AB – 665
398 Tampa Bay Rays – Advance to ALCS with Remarkable 2-1 Win Over Yankees – 443

Autographs

396A Austin Meadows – Red /10 (Auto Ball), Orange /5 (Auto Ball), Gold 1/1 (Auto Ball)
397A Michael Brosseau – /99 (Auto Base), Blue /49 (Auto Base), Purple /25 (Auto Base), Red /10 (Auto Base), Orange /5 (Auto Base), Gold 1/1 (Auto Base)

October 11

399 Randy Arozarena – 5th Rookie Ever with 4 HRs in a Postseason – 1,058
400 Mike Zunino – Clutch, 2-Out Single Drives in Go-Ahead Run – 314
401 Diego Castillo – Locks Down ALCS Game 1 Win with 5-Out Save – 322

Autographs

399A Randy Arozarena – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10 (Auto Ball), Orange /5 (Auto Ball), Gold 1/1 (Auto Ball)

October 12

402 Manuel Margot – Gives Rays Early Lead with 3-Run HR – 201
403 Manuel Margot – Flips Over Wall to Secure Miraculous Catch – 396
404 Charlie Morton – Joins Rare List with 4th Straight Postseason Win Allowing 1 ER or Fewer – 207
405 Freddie Freeman – Takes Buehler Deep in 1st Inning of NLCS 382
406 Austin Riley – Mashes 9th-Inning, Go-Ahead HR on 2-Strike Fastball – 371
407 Walker Buehler – 9 Straight Postseason Starts with 7+ Ks Ties Legend – 273

Autographs

404A Charlie Morton – Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
406A Austin Riley – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10 (Auto Ball), Orange /5 (Auto Ball), Gold 1/1 (Auto Ball)

Memorabilia

403A Manuel Margot – Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (GU Ball)

October 13

408 Freddie Freeman – Opens Scoring with 2-Run HR in the 4th Inning – 396
409 Cristian Pache – 10th Player Ever to Get 1st Career RBI in Postseason – 806
410 Kevin Kiermaier – Puts on a Fielding Clinic with Pair of Web Gems – 350
411 Joey Wendle / Hunter Renfroe – Clutch Hits Help Rays Take 5-1 Lead in 4-Run, 6th Inning – 261

Autographs

408A Freddie Freeman – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10 (Auto Ball), Orange /5 (Auto Ball), Gold 1/1 (Auto Ball)
409A Cristian Pache – Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

Memorabilia

410A Kevin Kiermaier – Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (GU Ball)

October 14

412 Los Angeles Dodgers – Set Postseason Record with 11 Runs in the 1st Inning – 712
413 Max Muncy – Breaks Open Game with 1st-Inning Grand Slam – 401
414 Cristian Pache – Gets Braves on the Board with 1st Career HR – 1,122
415 Randy Arozarena – 3rd Rookie with 5+ HRs in Single Postseason – 1,157
416 George Springer – Breaks Tie with 2-Run, Go-Ahead HR in 5th Inning – 303

Autographs

413A Max Muncy – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10 (Auto Ball), Orange /5 (Auto Ball), Gold 1/1 (Auto Ball)
416A George Springer – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10 (Auto Ball), Orange /5 (Auto Ball), Gold 1/1 (Auto Ball)

October 15

417 Bryse Wilson – 22-Year-Old Allows 1 Hit Over 6 Stellar Innings – 397
418 Marcell Ozuna – Sets Braves Postseason Record in 4-Hit Game – 425
419 Freddie Freeman – Go-Ahead Double Ignites 6-Run Barrage in 10-2 Win – 354
420 Randy Arozarena / Evan Longoria – 6th Postseason HR Ties Longoria’s Rookie Record – 470
421 Randy Arozarena – Matches Rookie Record with 6th Postseason HR – 1,082
422 Carlos Correa – Forces ALCS Game 6 with Clutch, Walk-Off HR – 404

Autographs

417A Bryse Wilson – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10 (Auto Ball), Orange /5 (Auto Ball), Gold 1/1 (Auto Ball)
421A Randy Arozarena – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10 (Auto Ball), Orange /5 (Auto Ball), Gold 1/1 (Auto Ball)
422A Carlos Correa – Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

October 16

423 George Springer – 2-RBI Single Puts Astros Ahead 2-1 – 254
424 Kyle Tucker – Tacks on with HR, Sac Fly in Pivotal Game 6 Win – 265
425 Framber Valdez – 2nd Astros SP Ever with 9+ Ks Facing Elimination – 284
426 Houston Astros – 2nd Team in MLB History to Force a Game 7 After Being Down 3-0 – 333
427 Mookie Betts – Makes Miraculous Catch, Nabs Ozuna Leaving Early – 501
428 Will Smith / Will Smith – 1st Pitcher-Batter Matching Name Battle in Postseason History – 726
429 Will Smith – Gives Dodgers a 4-2 Lead on Pivotal, 3-Run HR – 466
430 Corey Seager – Fuels Dodgers Comeback with 2 HRs, 3 RBI – 463

Autographs

429A Will Smith – Purple /25, Red /10 (Auto Ball), Orange /5 (Auto Ball), Gold 1/1 (Auto Ball)
430A Corey Seager – Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

Memorabilia

426A Houston Astros – Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (GU Ball)

October 17

431 Mookie Betts – Ends Inning with Incredible Leaping Catch – 1,029
432 Corey Seager / Justin Turner – Back-to-Back HRs Give Dodgers 1st Inning Lead – 539
433 Walker Buehler – 6 SHO IP Lead Vital Game 6 Win Over Braves – 508
434 Randy Arozarena / Carlos Correa / Corey Seager / Giancarlo Stanton – MLB Record 4 Different Players Tally 6+ Postseason HRs – 631
435 Randy Arozarena – Named ALCS MVP After Rookie Record-Setting Series – 2,718
436 Charlie Morton – Leads Rays to World Series with 5+, 2-Hit IP – 422
437 Tampa Bay Rays – Advance to World Series After 4-2, Game 7 Win – 647

Autographs

433A Walker Buehler – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10 (Auto Ball), Orange /5 (Auto Ball), Gold 1/1 (Auto Ball)
435A Randy Arozarena – Blue /49 (Auto Base), Purple /25 (Auto Base), Red /10 (Auto Base), Orange /5 (Auto Base), Gold 1/1 (Auto Base)
436A Charlie Morton – Red /10 (Auto Ball), Orange /5 (Auto Ball), Gold 1/1 (Auto Ball)

Memorabilia

437A Tampa Bay Rays – Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (GU Base)

October 18

438 Will Smith – Ties Game with 3rd-Inning, 2-Run Single – 727
439 Justin Turner – Executes Insane Double Play to Thwart Braves 4th0Inning Threat – 886
440 Mookie Betts – Defensive Wizard Tracks Fly Ball, Leaps to Rob HR – 1,357
441 Enrique Hernandez – Ties Game with Pinch-Hit HR in 8-Pitch At-Bat – 751
442 Cody Bellinger – Dodgers Take 4-3 Lead on Dramatic, 7th-Inning HR – 1,129
443 Julio Urias – 1st Pitcher Ever with 3+ IP, 0 Baserunners Allowed in Winner-Take-All Game – 883
444 Corey Seager – Named NLCS MVP After 5 HRs, 11 RBI in Series – 898
445 Los Angeles Dodgers – Advance to 3rd World Series in 4 Seasons After Dramatic, 4-3 Win – 445

Memorabilia

440A Mookie Betts – Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (GU Ball)

October 20

446 Cody Bellinger – 2-Run HR, Web Gem Lead Game 1 Victory – 781
447 Mookie Betts – Impacts World Series Game 1 Win with Power, Speed – 853
448 Los Angeles Dodgers – Dodgers Break Game Open with 4-Run 5th Inning – 522
449 Los Angeles Dodgers – 3 SBs in 1 World Series Inning Mark 1st Since 1912 – 680
450 Clayton Kershaw – 6 IP, 8 Ks Lead Dodgers Past Rays in 8-3 Win – 685

Autographs

446A Cody Bellinger – Blue /49 (Auto Base), Purple /25 (Auto Base), Red /10 (Auto Base), Orange /5 (Auto Base), Gold 1/1 (Auto Base)

Memorabilia

447A Mookie Betts – Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (GU Base)
449A Los Angeles Dodgers – Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (GU Base)
450A Clayton Kershaw – Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (GU Ball)

October 21

451 Brandon Lowe – 1st-Inning HR Highlights 2-HR, 3-RBI Game – 392
452 Blake Snell – 1st Pitcher in World Series History with 9 Ks in Less Than 5 IP – 384
453 Ji-Man Choi – 1st World Series Hit by Korean-Born Player Ever – 591
454 Randy Arozarena / Derek Jeter – Arozarena’s 22nd Postseason Hit Ties Jeter for Most Ever by a Rookie – 1,073
455 Corey Seager – 7th HR by a SS Sets Single Postseason Record – 538

Autographs

451A Brandon Lowe – /99 (Auto Base), Blue /49 (Auto Base), Purple /25 (Auto Base), Red /10 (Auto Base), Orange /5 (Auto Base, Gold 1/1 (Auto Base)
452A Blake Snell – Red /10 (Auto Ball), Orange /5 (Auto Ball), Gold 1/1 (Auto Ball)

Memorabilia

454A Randy Arozarena / Derek Jeter – Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (GU Base)

October 23

456 Justin Turner / Duke Snider – Turner’s 11th Career Postseason HR Ties Snider for Franchise Record – 656
457 Mookie Betts – Joins Rare Company with Multiple 2+ Hits, 2+ SB World Series Games – 759
458 Austin Barnes – 1st with Run-Scoring Sac Bunt and HR in a World Series Game – 512
459 Walker Buehler – 10-K Gem Powers 6-2, Game 3 Victory – 680
460 Randy Arozarena – 8th HR Ties Record for Most HRs in a Single Postseason – 1,999

Autographs

459A Walker Buehler – /99 (Auto Base), Blue /49 (Auto Base), Purple /25 (Auto Base), Red /10 (Auto Base), Orange /5 (Auto Base, Gold 1/1 (Auto Base)
460A Randy Arozarena – Purple /25 (Auto Base), Red /10 (Auto Base), Orange /5 (Auto Base, Gold 1/1 (Auto Base)

Memorabilia

456A Justin Turner / Duke Snider – Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (GU Ball)

October 24

461 Justin Turner – Sets Franchise Record with 12th Postseason HR – 649
462 Randy Arozarena – MLB-Record 9th HR in a Single Postseason – 3,083
463 Corey Seager – 3rd Career World Series HR Ties Record for SS – 708
464 Brandon Lowe – 4th 2nd Baseman Ever with 3+ HR in a World Series – 514
465 Julio Urias – 9-K World Series Outing Sets Record for Mexican-Born Player – 585
466 Brett Phillips – 9th-Inning Single Plates Two Runs in Unbelievable, Walk-Off Win – 1,149
467 Randy Arozarena – Scores Winning Run on Stmbling Dash Home to Cap Game 4 Win – 3,234
468 Tampa Bay Rays / Los Angeles Dodgers – 3 Lead Changes in the 6th Inning or Later Sets World Series Record – 1,211

Autographs

462A Randy Arozarena – /99 (Auto Base), Blue /49 (Auto Base), Purple /25 (Auto Base), Red /10 (Auto Base), Orange /5 (Auto Base, Gold 1/1 (Auto Base)
463A Corey Seager – Purple /25 (Auto Base), Red /10 (Auto Base), Orange /5 (Auto Base, Gold 1/1 (Auto Base)

Memorabilia

466A Brett Phillips – Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (GU Ball)

October 25

469 Randy Arozarena – MLB Record 27 Hits in a Single Postseason – 2,366
470 Corey Seager / Cody Bellinger – Stars Jump on Glasnow with RBI Singles in the 1st Inning – 567
471 Los Angeles Dodgers – 1st Team Ever to Have 9 Different Players Homer in a Single World Series – 577
472 Clayton Kershaw – 206th Career Postseason K Sets MLB Record – 1,074
473 Joc Pederson – Slugs HR in 3rd Separate World Series – 504
474 Los Angeles Dodgers – Catch Margot Attempting to Steal Home to Preserve 3-2 Lead – 637
475 Max Muncy – HR Adds Clutch Insurance Run, Extends Lead to 4-2 – 549
476 Dustin May / Victor Gonzalez / Blake Treinen – Dodgers Bullpen Fires 4.1 Scoreless Innings to Seal Game 5 Win – 562

Autographs

469A Randy Arozarena – Purple /25 (Auto Base), Red /10 (Auto Base), Orange /5 (Auto Base, Gold 1/1 (Auto Base)

Memorabilia

472A Clayton Kershaw – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (GU Base)
474A Los Angeles Dodgers – Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (GU Ball)

October 27

477 Randy Arozarena – Gets Rays on Board with 10th HR of Postseason – 3,043
478 Blake Snell – Rays Ace Fires 5.1 Innings, Strikes Out 9 – 1,339
479 Mookie Betts – Leads World Series Victory with HR, Double – 2,687
480 Los Angeles Dodgers – Bullpen Clinches World Series Title, Allows 1 Run Over 9 Innings with 16 Ks – 1,465
481 Julio Urias – Earns Save with 4 Ks, 2.1 Hitless Innings – 2,052
482 Los Angeles Dodgers – 2020 World Series Champions – 2,687
483 Corey Seager – Wins 2020 Willie Mays World Series MVP Award – 2,191

Autographs

477A Randy Arozarena – Red /10 (Auto Ball), Orange /5 (Auto Ball), Gold 1/1 (Auto Ball)
483A Corey Seager – Purple /25 (Auto Base), Red /10 (Auto Base), Orange /5 (Auto Base, Gold 1/1 (Auto Base)

Memorabilia

482A Los Angeles Dodgers – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (GU Base)

September

2020 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – September, 2020

September 1

190 Alex Dickerson – 480-Foot Blast Highlights 3-HR, 6-RBI Game – 261
191 San Francisco Giants – 1st Time in MLB History That 3 Teammates Each Collect 6 RBI – 418
192 Marcell Ozuna – 3 HRs, 6 RBI Power 10-1 Win at Fenway Park – 289
193 Ke’Bryan Hayes – 1st Hit, 1st HR Come in 2-Hit MLB Debut – 1,288
194 Starling Marte – Go-Ahead HR Leads Win in Marlins Debut – 226
195 Brad Miller – Slugs 2 HRs, Drives in 7 in 16-2 Win Over Reds – 365
196 Franmil Reyes – Career-High 5 Hits Fuel 10-1 Win Over Royals – 265
197 Byron Buxton – Robs HR to Keep Deficit at 1 in Eventual Win – 347

September 2

198 Jose Abreu / Fernando Tatis Jr. – Named AL and NL Players of the Month – 694
199 Adam Duvall – 3-Homer Game Helps Braves Complete Sweep – 373
200 Adam Duvall / Marcell Ozuna – Only Teammates with 3-HR Games in Back-to-Back Days Since Ruth and Gehrig – 1,191
201 Josh Hader – MLB-Record 12th Consecutive Hitless Appearance – 377
202 Joey Votto – Walk-Off Single Leads 4-3 Win Over Cardinals – 405
203 Mookie Betts / Will Smith – Betts’ HR in 9th Ties Game, Sets Stage for 10th-Inning, Walk-Off Single – 509
204 Luis Robert – Named AL Rookie of the Month – 4,577

Checklist #101-200 (available with daily bundle purchase) – 206

September 3

205 Pete Alonso – Launches 1st Career Walk-Off HR Vs. Yankees – 918
206 Trea Turner – Jets Around the Bases for Inside-the-Park Homer – 394
207 Alec Bohm – Sacrifice Fly Caps Walk-Off Win for Phillies – 590
208 Clayton Kershaw – Dodgers Ace Joins 2,500-Strikeout Club – 938
209 Teoscar Hernandez – 3-Run HR in 10th Inning Provides Go-Ahead Runs in Win – 260

September 4

210 Mike Trout – Trout Ties Angels HR Record with #299 – 1,680
211 Jonathan Holder – Earns Win, Scores Game-Winning Run for Rare Feat – 355
212 Ronald Acuna Jr. – Ties Club Record for Most Career Leadoff HRs (17) on 3-HR Day – 689
213 Freddie Freeman – 233rd Career HR Marks First Career Grand Slam – 509
214 Shohei Ohtani – 1st Career Walk-Off Hit Caps 6-5 Win – 731

September 5

215 Mike Trout – Belts 300th Career HR, Becomes Franchise Leader – 5,768
216 Ronald Acuna Jr. – 18th Career Leadoff HR Sets New Braves Record – 891
217 Eugenio Suarez – 3-HR Night Leads Reds to 6-2 Win Over Pittsburgh – 396
218 Byron Buxton – Outfielder’s Blazing Speed Secures Walk-Off Win – 414
219 Cesar Hernandez – RBI Single Puts Indians Over the Top in Walk-Off Win – 364
220 Jo Adell – 2-Run Walk-Off Single Caps Impressive Performance – 700
221 Boston Red Sox – Ninth-Inning Comeback Against the Division-Rival Toronto Blue Jays – 341

Autographs

215A Mike Trout – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

September 6

222 Fernando Tatis Jr. – 15 HRs Through 42 Games Ties for Most Ever by a Player 21 and Under – 1,801
223 Jacob deGrom – Ace Dominates with 35 Swinging Strikes, 12 Ks – 443
224 Jazz Chisholm – Rookie Ranges Into Outfield to Make Diving Catch – 460

September 7

225 Toronto Blue Jays – 10-Run Barrage in 6th Inning Leads Comeback, 12-7 Win Over Yankees – 320
226 Dinelson Lamet – 1st Padres Pitcher Ever with Multiple 11+ K, 0 BB Games in a Season – 299
227 Jurickson Profar – Walk-Off Double Fuels Dramatic, 1-0 Win – 274

September 8

228 Bobby Dalbec – 1st Red Sox Rookie to Homer in 4 Straight Games – 701
229 Nelson Cruz / Harmon Killebrew – 3rd Time This Season with HRs in Both Games of a Doubleheader Matches Killebrew – 387
230 Sixto Sanchez – 6 SHO IP, 6 Ks Against Braves Leads to 8-0 Win – 500
231 Alec Bohm – Walk-Off Single Fuels 6-5 Win Over Red Sox – 659
232 Gavin Lux – Youngest Dodgers Player with Multi-HR Game While Playing 2B Since 1901 – 1,824

September 9

233 Ramon Laureano – Walk-Off Single Widens Gap in AL West Division – 248
234 Milwaukee Brewers – New Team Record for Extra-Base Hits in 19-0 Win Over Tigers – 199
235 Corbin Burnes – Allows 1 Baserunner in 7 SHO IP, 11 Ks – 239
236 Jose Abreu – Hit Streak Reaches Career-High 22 Games – 276
237 Dane Dunning – 6 SHO IP, 3 Hits Leads to 1st Career MLB Win – 454
238 Deivi Garcia – 7 IP, 1st MLB Win Ends Yankees Skid – 1,038
239 Michael Conforto – Baes-Loaded, Leaping Catch Holds Deficit at 1 – 342
240 Adam Duvall – 2nd 3-HR Game of 2020, 9 RBI Fuel 29-9 Win – 434
241 Atlanta Braves – 29-Run Barrage Sets Modern-Era NL Record – 745
242 Freddie Freeman – Reaches 1,500th Hit in 6-RBI Game – 514

September 10

243 Bobby Dalbec – Flexes Opposite-Field Pop with HR in 5th Straight – 1,021
244 Brady Singer – Takes No-No Into 8th Inning in Stellar Start – 567
245 Dylan Bundy – 12 Ks, 7+ IP Leads 6-2 Win Over Rangers – 213
246 Jorge Alfaro – Walk-Off Single Caps Comeback in 7-6 Win – 202

September 11

247 Tampa Bay Rays – An All-Left-Handed Lineup Is Just Right, Rays Win 11-1 – 212
248 Gerrit Cole – Tosses First SHO Victory of the Season Against Orioles – 580
249 Luke Voit – Powers Doubleheader Sweep with 2 HR, 6RBI – 316
250 Aaron Nola – Strikes Out 10 in CG SHO Victory – 317
251 Michael A. Taylor – 12th Inning RBI Single Makes for Walk-Off Winner – 188
252 Shane Bieber – 100 Ks in 62.1 IP Is Quickest Ever in MLB History – 421
253 Charlie Blackmon – “Chuck Nazty” Slugs Walk-Off Grand Slam – 266
254 Luis Castillo – Fires Two-Hit Complete Game Vs. Cardinals – 298
255 Milwaukee Brewers – Braun’s Sac Fly & Woodruff’s Performance Give Brewers 1-0 Win – 206

September 12

256 Jose Abreu – Scorching Abreu Slugs 2 More HRs, Adds 7 RBI – 332
257 Ian Anderson – Rookie Dazzles with 7-SHO IP, 1 Hit Allowed in Win – 610
258 Jason Heyward / Ildemaro Vargas – Back-to-Back HRsin 9th Inning Fuel Wild, Comeback Win – 310
259 Houston Astros – Astros Plate 5 in the 9th Inning to Lead a 7-5, Comeback Win – 187
260 Adalberto Mondesi – 2nd Player Ever with HR & SB in 3 Straight Games – 289

September 13

261 Alec Mills – Dominates Brewers with 16th Cubs No-Hitter Ever – 1,969
262 Albert Pujols / Willie Mays – Pujols’ 660th HR Ties Mays for 5th Most All-Time – 1,567
263 Mike Clevinger – Padres Prized Reinforment Fires CG SHO, 7 Ks – 468

September 14

264 Kyle Lewis – Like “The Kid” – Rookie Leaps to Rob Grand Slam
265 Tyler Stephenson – Pinch-Hit, 2-Run Homer for 1st Career Walk-Off Hit
266 Mike Minor – Veteran Tosses CG SHO in 7-0 Blanking of Mariners

Autographs:

264A Kyle Lewis – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
265A Tyler Stephenson – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

September 15

267 Byron Buxton – Speedy Outfielder Hammers Inside-the-Park Homer – 321
268 Javier Baez – “El Mago” Scores from 1st on Stolen Base Attempt – 449
269 Luke Voit – Takes MLB Lead in HRs with 17th, 18th Blasts – 473
270 Tanner Houck – Red Sox Prospect Debuts with 5 SHO IP, 7 Ks – 545

September 16

271 Tony Kemp – Escapes Rundown with Crafty Slide to Score 1st Run – 265
272 Kyle Higashioka – Crushes 3 HRs to Lead 13-2 Rout of Blue Jays – 455
273 DJ LeMahieu / Kyle Higashioka – 1st Team in MLB History to Have No. 1 and No. 9 Batters Produce Multi-HR Games – 448
274 Gerrit Cole – Wins 100th Career Game Behind 7 IP, 8 Ks – 511
275 Javier Baez – 10th-Inning, Walk-Off Single Fuels 3-2 Win – 366
276 Kyle Gibson – Shuts Out Astros with CG, 9 Ks in 1-0 Win – 245

September 17

277 Jared Walsh – RBI, Run Scored in 9 Straight Games Sets Rookie Record – 505
278 Luke Voit – Yankees Slugger Is 1st in MLB to Reach 20 HRs – 525
279 New York Yankees – Yankees Set MLB Record with 6+ HRs in 3 Straight Games – 727
280 Steven Brault – Southpaw Tosses First CG in 5-1 Win Over St. Louis – 242
281 Brandon Nimmo – HR Sparks 4-Run 9th Inning in Crucial, 10-6 Win – 275

September 18

282 Zach Eflin – Phillies Take the First Game of Doubleheader Thanks to CG SO – 226
283 Mickey Moniak – 1st Career MLB Hit in 8-7 Victory – 749
284 Zach Plesac – First Immaculate Inning by Indians Pitcher Since 2017 – 353
285 Albert Pujols – Passes Willie Mays with His 661 and 662 Career HRs – 1,517
286 Garrett Crochet – First 2020 MLB Draft Pick to Debut Hits 101 MPH – 1,753
287 Brian Anderson – Slugs Third 3 HR Game in Marlins History – 189
288 Todd Frazier – Shows Off Knuckleball in 1-2-3 Scoreless Inning – 449
289 New York Yankees – Late Inning Heroics Propel Yankees to Comeback Win – 263

Autographs

285A Albert Pujols – /61, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

September 19

290 Tim Anderson / Yasmani Grandal / Jose Abreu – Trio Hits Back-to-Back-to-Back Home Runs Against the Reds – 292
291 J.A. Happ – 8 Scoreless IP Fuel Yankees to 8th Straight Win – 223

September 20

292 George Springer – Races Around the Bases for an Inside-the-Park HR – 222
293 Tanner Houck – 2nd Pitcher Ever to Debut with Back-to-Back Starts of 5+ IP, 0 Runs – 578
294 Joey Votto – 1,211th Career Walk Sets Reds All-Time Record – 390
295 John Means – 1st Orioles Pitcher Since 2007 with 12+ Ks, 0 BBs – 190

September 21

296 Jacob deGrom – Joins Seaver, Gooden as Only Mets with Multiple 14+ K Games in a Season – 599
297 Jared Walsh – 1st Career Grand Slam Travels 450 Feet – 497

September 22

298 Jose Ramirez – Walk-Off, 3-Run HR Fuels 5-3 Win Over White Sox – 526
299 Max Kepler – Walk-Off Single Leads Twins Past Tigers – 330
300 Jacob Stallings – Breaks 2-2 Tie with Walk-Off HR in 9th Inning – 364
301 Washington Nationals – Walk-Off HR Seals Doubleheader Sweep Over Division-Rival Phillies – 387

Checklist #201-300 – 215

September 23

302 Trevor Bauer – 12 Ks on Short Rest Keep Postseason Hopes Alive – 415
303 Bryce Harper – 4th Player Ever with 2 HRs, 2 IBBs in a Game – 598
304 Jordan Luplow – Indians Win 2nd Straight on Walk-Off HR – 283

September 24

305 Yadier Molina – 12th Catcher Ever to Reach 2,000 Career Hits – 981
306 Hyun-Jin Ryu – 7 SHO IP Helps Clinch Postseason Berth in 4-1 Win – 413

September 25

307 Ronald Acuna Jr. – 495-Foot Home Run Marks Longest Home Run of 2020 – 1,028
308 Freddie Freeman – Two-Run, Walk-Off HR in the 11th Caps 8-7 Win – 391
309 Cesar Hernandez – Walk-Off Double Caps 4-3 Victory Over the Pirates – 319
310 Mitch Keller – 0 Hits Allowed in Consecutive Starts Matches Rare Feat – 327
311 Ronald Guzman / Joey Gallo – Clutch 9th-Inning HR and 10th-Inning Walk-Off Stun Astros – 220
312 Mark Canha – Two-Run, Walk-Off HR in the 10th Powers 3-1 Win – 242
313 Trent Grisham – Three-Run, Walk-Off HR in the 7th — in San Francisco – 594

September 26

314 Garrett Crochet – 81% of Pitches at 99+ MPH Marks Highest in Pitch-Tracking Era – 930
315 Ke’Bryan Hayes – Rookie Third Baseman Enjoys 1st 5-Hit Game – 662
316 Brandon Woodruff – 10 Ks, 8 SHO IP Clear Path to Postseason – 193
317 Andrew Stevenson – Game-Tying, Inside-the-Park HR Highlights 2-HR Game – 283

September 27

318 Alex Gordon – Royals Great Retires from MLB in Season Finale – 875

Autographs:

318A Alex Gordon – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

September 28

319 DJ LeMahieu – MLB Leader in Batting Average (.364) – 620
320 Luke Voit – MLB Leader in Home Runs (22) 616
321 Shane Bieber – MLB Triple Crown (8 Wins, 1.63 ERA, 122 Ks) – 756
322 Yu Darvish – MLB Leader in Wins (8) 475 Chicago Cubs
323 Mookie Betts – MLB Leader in WAR (3.4) 477 Los Angeles Dodgers
324 Jose Ramirez / Freddie Freeman – Named AL and NL Players of the Month – 370
325 Jared Walsh / Ke’Bryan Hayes – Named AL and NL Rookies of the Month – 495

September 29

326 Jose Abreu – 2-Run in Postseason Debut Fuels 4-1 Win – 315
327 Lucas Giolito – Perfect Through 6, Ace Earns 1st Postseason Win – 443
328 Manuel Margot – 7th-Inning, 2-Run HR Leads 3-1 Win in Game 1 – 203
329 Blake Snell – 9 Ks Over 5.2 SHO IP Powers Game 1 Victory – 191
330 Carlos Correa / Jose Altuve / Michael Brantley – 9th-Inning, 3-Run Rally Leads 4-1 Win Over Twins – 221
331 Aaron Judge – Jumps on Bieber Early with 1st-Inning, 2-Run HR – 683
332 Gerrit Cole – 1st Pitcher Ever with Multiple Postseason Starts of 12+ Ks, 0 BBs – 555
333 Gleyber Torres – Breaks Out with 4 Hits, HR in 12-3 Win – 482

Autographs:

327A Lucas Giolito – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10 (Auto Ball), Orange /5 (Auto Ball), Gold 1/1 (Auto Ball)

September 30

334 Houston Astros – Complete the Sweep to Move on to ALDS – 230
335 Hunter Renfroe – Outfielder’s Grand Slam Leads Rays to ALDS – 194
336 Tampa Bay Rays – Advance to ALDS with 8-2 Win Over Blue Jays – 225
337 Freddie Freeman – Ends 13-Inning Contest with Walk-Off, RBI Single – 506
338 Trevor Bauer – Reds Ace Makes History in Brilliant Game 1 Start – 307
339 Miami Marlins – Franchise Earns First Postseason Victory Since 2003
340 Yadier Molina – 99th Postseason Game Marks Most in NL History – 413
341 Alex Kirilloff – 1st Twins Player Ever to Debut in a Postseason Game – 1,003
342 Josh Naylor – MLB Record 5 Hits in 1st 5 Postseason ABs – 263
343 Gio Urshela – Clutch, Go-Ahead Grand Slam Erases 4-1 Deficit – 457
344 DJ Lemahieu – Go-Ahead Single in 9th Gives Yankees Final Word – 425
345 New York Yankees – Advance to ALDS with Thrilling, 10-9 Win – 487

Autographs:

337A Freddie Freeman – Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
344A DJ LeMahieu – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

August

2020 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – August, 2020

2020 Topps Now Baseball Luis Robert

August 1

41 Aaron Judge – Homers in 4 Straight Games for 1st Time in Career – 1,162
42 Chicago White Sox – Make History with Cuban-Born Players in Top 4 Lineup Slots – 995
43 Luis Robert – Rookie Tallies 4 Hits, HR in 1st Game in Leadoff Spot – 6,413
44 Pat Valaika – 11th-Inning, Walk-Off Single Leads 5-4 Win Over Rays – 415

August 2

45 Nick Madrigal – Rookie’s 4 Hits Pace White Sox Offense – 1,369
46 Clayton Kershaw – Southpaw Throws Zeros in First 2020 Start – 370
47 Tyler Alexander – Ties AL Record with Nine Consecutive Strikeouts – 454
48 Javier Baez – Walk-Off Single Completes Sweep of Pirates – 479
49 Aaron Judge / Alex Rodriguez – 1st Yankees Player Since A-Rod (2007) to Hit HRs in Five Straight Games – 1,830

August 3

50 Nelson Cruz – Walk-Off Single Leads Twins to 4th Straight Win – 349
51 Sonny Gray – Most Consecutive Starts (36) Allowing Six Hits or Fewer – 566

August 4

52 Mike Trout – Dad Strength – Homers in 1st At-Bat in Return from Paternity Leave – 3,289
53 Jo Adell – 1st Hit Comes in 1st MLB At-Bat – 4,279
54 Jesus Luzardo – Fires 5 Stellar Frames in 1st MLB Start – 1,349
55 Andy Young – 1st MLB Hit Comes in 2-for-2 Game – 706
56 Stephen Piscotty – Launches Club’s 2nd Walk-Off Grand Slam of 2020 – 432

August 5

57 Juan Soto – The Energy Is Back — Star Returns with RBI Double – 588
58 Kole Calhoun – Inside-the-Park-HR Highlights 9-Run Inning – 237
59 New York Yankees – 11th Consecutive Game with HR to Open Season Sets Yankees Record – 463
60 Rick Porcello – 1st Win with Mets Marks 150th Career Win – 301
61 Kyle Seager / Ken Griffey Jr. / Jay Buhner / Edgar Martinez – Seager Becomes 4th Mariners Player to Reach 200 HRs – 601
62 Austin Allen – 1st Career HR Is Go-Ahead Blast In Win – 290
63 Luis Robert – 17th Hit in 1st 12 Games Marks 1st Since 1998 – 3,021

August 6

64 Kevin Newman – 2-RBI, Pinch-Hit Single Marks 5th Career Walk-Off – 290
65 Christian Yelich – Inside-the-Park Home Run Sparks 8-3 Win – 333
66 Nick Markakis – Walk-Off Powers 4-3 Win in First 2020 Start – 332
67 Kole Calhoun – 2-RBI, Walk-Off Double Caps 5-4 Victory – 265
68 Cleveland Indians – 10-Run 7th Inning Fuels 13-0 Win Over Reds – 268
69 Dylan Bundy – 10-K, Complete-Game Gem Silences Mariners – 256
70 Shohei Ohtani – Returns from Injury with Home Run in First AB – 862

August 7

71 Mike Trout – Homers on Birthday for 5th Time in His Career – 2,494
72 Alex Verdugo – 2 HRs, Homer Robbery Leads 5-3 Win – 409
73 Austin Allen / Marcus Semien – Pair of RBI Singles Tie and Walk-Off Astros in 13th – 303

August 8

74 Detroit Tigers – Tigers Punce with Four HRs in the 1st Inning – 435
75 Fernando Tatis Jr. – Shortstop Leads Off Back-to-Back Games with HR – 1,072
76 Juan Soto – Young Slugger Ties Mantle for Home Run Mark – 986
77 Pat Valaika / Pedro Severino – Back-to-Back Pinch Hit HRs Jumpstart Orioles – 349

August 9

78 Michael Perez – 1st Hit of 2020 Fuels Walk-Off Win Over Yankees – 289
79 Ronald Acuna Jr. – 3 HRs Power Doubleheader Sweep – 862
80 Fernando Tatis Jr. – HRs in 4th Consecutive Game, Ties for MLB Lead – 1,367
81 Jesus Luzardo – 1st MLB Win Comes in Solid Outing Vs. Astros – 805
82 Mitch Moreland – Walk-Off, 2-Run HR Leads 5-3 Win Over Blue Jays – 311
83 Spencer Howard – Phillies No. 2 Prospect Makes MLB Debut – 1,040

August 10

84 Mike Trout – 2nd HR of the Night Provides Go-Ahead Run – 1,357
85 Anthony Rendon – Career Hit 1,000 for Angels First Baseman – 287
86 Matt Chapman – 3-Hit, 6-RBI Night Ties Career-High Mark – 293

August 11

87 Bo Bichette – First Blue Jay Player to HR in Buffalo Debut – 2,444
88 Travis Shaw – 10th-Inning Single Walks Off Marlins – 346
89 Joey Votto – RBI Double Rings in Reds 1st Walk-Off of 2020 – 444
90 Justin Turner – Dodgers Third Baseman Reaches Hit Milestone – 348
91 Charlie Blackmon – Chuck Nasty Reaches .500 Batting Average in 3-for-4 Game – 439
92 Aaron Judge – All Rise – Judge Reclaims MLB Lead with 9th HR – 765
93 Austin Hays – Go-Ahead, Inside-the-Park HR Leads 10th-Inning Win – 326

Autograph Relics

87A Bo Bichette – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (Auto Base)

August 12

94 Juan Soto – Star Slugs Career-Long 466-Ft HR in 2-HR Game – 633
95 Clint Frazier – Hammers HR in 1st AB in Return to MLB – 522
96 Bo Bichette – 1st Career 5-Hit Game Paces Blue Jays in Slugfest – 1,804
97 Ramon Laureano – Preserves 5-4 Lead with Effortless HR Robbery – 347

August 13

98 Alec Bohm – Doubles in 1st At-Bat in MLB Debut – 2,292
99 Yu Darvish – Carries No-Hitter Into 7th Inning, Compiles 11 Ks – 519
100 Chicago Cubs – 13-3 Marks Best Cubs Start Since 1907 – 532
101 Tomas Nido – Grand Slam Highlights 2-HR, 6-RBI Game – 499
102 Mookie Betts – 6th Career 3-HR Game Ties MLB Record – 1,662

Checklist #1-100 (available with daily bundle purchase) – 362

August 14

103 JT Realmuto – 8th HR Ties Mark for a Catcher Since 1925 – 337
104 Bryce Harper – Walk-Off Single Caps 6-5 Win Over Mets – 428
105 Yordan Alvarez – 3-Run HR in 1st AB of 2020 Season – 1,266
106 Bo Bichette – XBH & RBI in 7 Straight Marks Best for SS Since 1920 – 1,422
107 Gerrit Cole – 20th Consecutive Winning Decision – 376
108 Stephen Piscotty – Game-Tying Grand Slam Caps 5-Run 9th, Fuels Comeback Win – 273

August 15

109 Dylan Carlson – Cardinals Top Prospect Notches First Career Hit – 1,694
110 Nelson Cruz – Slugger Goes Deep in Both Doubleheader Games – 253
111 Fernando Tatis Jr. – First HR as a DH for MLB Longball Lead – 842
112 Oakland Athletics – Back-to-Back, Ninth-Inning Rallies Has Oakland Rolling – 280
113 Shane Bieber – 11 Ks in 3-1 Win Place Starter in Elite Group – 322

August 16

114 Major League Baseball – MLB Honors the 100th Anniversary of the Formation of the Negro Leagues – 745
115 Yoan Moncada / Yasmani Grandal / Eloy Jimenez / Jose Abreu – White Sox Stars Club Four Straight HRs – 832
116 Keibert Ruiz – Top Catching Prospect Homers in 1st MLB At-Bat – 1,342
117 Kyle Tucker – Walk-Off HR Fuels 3-2 Win Over Mariners – 211

August 17

118 Tim Anderson / Yoan Moncada – Back-to-Back Games with Back-to-Back HRs Vs. Same Pitcher Marks MLB 1st – 403
119 Corey Seager / Kyle Seager – Brothers Each Hit HRs in 1st Career Matchup – 513
120 Dansby Swanson – 1st Career Walk-Off HR Puts Braves in 1st Place – 352
121 Fernando Tatis Jr. – Youngest Player Ever to Hit 11 HRs in 1st 25 Games – 2,766

August 18

122 Tim Anderson – 2nd Straight Game with Leadoff HR Fuels 10-4 Win – 272
123 Kenta Maeda – Club-Record 8-Straight Ks Highlight No-Hit Bid – 385
124 Carlos Santana – Dramatic, Extra-Innings HR Highlights 5-RBI Game – 257
125 Fernando Tatis Jr. – Star Shortstop Swipes Third Base with Crafty Slide – 946
126 Myles Straw – 11th-Inning, Walk-Off Single Leads 6th Straight Win – 239

August 19

127 Casey Mize – Topp 10 MLB Prospect Debuts with 7 Ks – 2,341
128 Dane Dunning – White Sox Prospect Compiles 7 Ks in MLB Debut – 621
129 Casey Mize / Dane Dunning – First Time Since 1901 That Two Pitchers Debuted with 7 Ks Each – 759
130 Albert Pujols / Alex Rodriguez – Pujols Ties A-Rod with 2,086th Career RBI – 380
131 Aaron Civale – Masterful Rookie Right-Hander Fires 1st Career CG – 514
132 Manny Machado – Walk-Off Grand Slam Marks Marks 3rd Straight Padres Game with Bases Loaded – 474

Autographs

127A Casey Mize – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

August 20

133 Lourdes Gurriel Jr. / Rowdy Tellez – Game 1 Walk-Off, 7-Run 6th Inning in 2nd Game Fuel Doubleheader Sweep – 280
134 Lucas Giolito – 13 Ks, 7 SHO IP Lead Team to 5th Straight Win – 272
135 Clayton Kershaw – Moves Past Don Drysdale on Dodgers K List (2,487) – 537
136 San Diego Padres – 4th Straight Day with Grand Slam Sets MLB Record – 2,133
137 Kolten Wong – Walk-Off Single Caps 3-Run 9th Inning in 4-3 Win – 282
138 Joey Bart – Scorches Double for 1st MLB Hit in Debut – 2,955

August 21

139 Cristian Pache – Top Prospect Collects First Hit in MLB Debut – 1,805
140 Evan Longoria – 300th Career HR Sparks Giants to 6-2 Win – 267
141 Ryan Mountcastle – Orioles Prospect Shows Batting Eye in MLB Debut – 743

Autographs

139A Cristian Pache – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

August 22

142 Sixto Sanchez – 1st Career Win Comes in Solid MLB Debut – 705
143 Triston McKenzie – 2nd Most Ks (10) in MLB Debut in Club History – 1,350
144 Trent Grisham – 3 HRs, 6 RBI Fuel Padres 13-2 Win Over Astros – 676
145 Jose Abreu – 3 HRs, 4 Hits Lead 7-4 Win Over Cross-Town Rivals – 361
146 Zac Gallen – Ties MLB Record with 21st Game Allowing 3 ER or Fewer to Begin Career – 504
147 Adam Duvall – Walk-Off Signle Caps Late-Innings Comeback – 263
148 Kevin Kiermaier – 10th-Inning, Walk-Off Single Leads 2-1 Win – 229
149 Cody Bellinger – 9th-Inning, Walk-Off HR Powers 4-3 Win – 405

August 23

150 Jose Abreu – Ties MLB Record with 4 Straight ABs with HR
151 Alec Bohm – Top Prospect Launches 1st Career MLB HR
152 Philadelphia Phillies – Epic Relay Nabs Swanson at Home, Ends Game with 5-4 Phillies Win
153 Mookie Betts – 2 HRs, 2 SBs in a Game Marks a Dodgers 1st

August 24

154 Trevor Bauer – Sets Reds K Record After Budweiser Challenge
155 Albert Pujols – Moves Past A-Rod on All-Time RBI List (2,087)
156 Cesar Hernandez – 1st Player in Club History with Back-to-Back Games with Leadoff HRs

August 25

157 Lucas Giolito – White Sox Ace Tosses 1st No-Hitter of 2020 – 1,568
158 Tyler Glasnow – Career-High 13 Ks, 7 IP Fuel 4-2 Win 227 –
159 Donovan Sloan – 11th-Inning, Walk-Off, 2-Run HR Leads Win – 269

Autographs

157A Lucas Giolito – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

August 26

160 Ronald Acuna Jr. – Hits 473-Ft HR Off Cole in 1st AB Back from IL – 699
161 Ian Anderson – Outduels Cole in MLB Debut with 6 One-Hit IP – 1,746
162 Luke Voit – HR Streak Reaches 5th Consecutive Game – 395
163 Nick Markakis / Babe Ruth – 506th Career Double Ties Ruth on All-Time List – 555
164 Jacob deGrom – 14 Ks, 7 IP Lead 5-4 Win Over Streaking Marlins – 469

August 27

165 Mike Yastrzemski – Crashes Into Wall to Rob Justin Turner of HR – 463
166 Mookie Betts – Laces 6th-Inning Single for 1,000th Career Hit – 713
167 Clayton Kershaw – Becomes Winningest LHP (.696) in MLB History – 518
168 Wil Myers – Walk-Off, 3-Run HR Caps Comeback Victory – 350

August 28

169 Scott Kingery – Two-Strike, Walk-Off Home Run Seals Win Over Braves – 372
170 Yasmani Grandal – Walk-Off HR in 6-5 Win Over Royals – 280
171 Major League Baseball – MLB Celebrates Jackie Robinson Day on August 28 – 993
172 Max Scherzer – 11 Strikeouts in Dominant 10-2 Win – 386
173 Amed Rosario – 1st Mets Player Ever with a Walk-Off HR Against the Yankees – 384

August 29

174 Jo Adell – 1st Angels Player to Hit First 2 HRs in the Same Game Since 1981 – 1,542
175 Eric Sogard – 2-Run HR Leads Brewers to 7-6, Walk-Off Victory – 251
176 Chicago White Sox – Set Franchise Record for Most Home Runs in a Single Month – 359

August 30

177 Luis Robert – 1st Career MLB Walk-Off HR Leads 5-2 Win – 6,100
178 New York Yankees – 5-Run, 2-Out Rally in Final Inning Leads to Eventual Walk-Off Win – 402
179 Deivi Garcia – 1st Yankees Pitcher Ever with 6 IPs, 6 Ks, 0 BBs in Debut – 2,034
180 Gary Sanchez – Pinch-Hit Grand Slam Seals Doubleheader Sweep – 403
181 Bobby Dalbec – Top Prospect Slugs HR for 1st Hit in MLB Debut – 1,014
182 Kyle Schwarber / Jason Heyward / Ian Happ – 1st Team Ever to Have Multi-HR Games from Each Starting Outfielder – 624
183 Cody Bellinger – 10th HR, Dodgers 57th HR Sets NL Record – 444
184 Teoscar Hernandez – Two-Run Single Lets Blue Jays Walk Off with Win – 336

Autographs

177A Luis Robert – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

August 31

185 Mike Clevinger – Acquired by Padres from Indians – 338
186 Starling Marte – Acquired by Marlins from Diamondbacks – 199
187 Marco Gonzales – CG, 8 Ks Lead 2-1 Win Over Angels – 247
188 Spencer Howard – Secures 1st MLB Win with 5 Solid IP – 658
189 Shane Bieber – 82 Ks Through 50 IP to Start Season Sets Record – 433

July

2020 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – July, 2020

2020 Topps Now Baseball 37 Aaron Judge

July 23

1 Major League Baseball – Players Unite to Promote Social Justice & Equality on 2020 MLB Opening Day – 3,499
2 Dr. Anthony Fauci – First Pitch Opens Historic 2020 MLB Season -51,512
3 Giancarlo Stanton – Slugger’s 459 Ft. Blast Is First HR of 2020 – 1,105
4 Gerrit Cole – Ace Earns First Win as a Member of the Yankees – 1,139
5 Dustin May – Young Talent Brings the Heat in Emergency Duty – 1,395
6 Enrique Hernandez – First Five-RBI Game Powers Dodgers to 8-1 Victory – 790

July 24

7 Yoenis Cespedes – He’s Back! Slugger Belts Game-Winning HR in First Game Since 2018 – 610
8 Shane Bieber – Strikes Out 14 Royals in First Opening Day Start – 549
9 Kyle Hendricks – First Cubs Opening Day Shutout Since 1974 – 590
10 Yoshi Tsutsugo – Rookie Gets Two MLB First in One Swing – 1,199
11 Luis Robert – Collects First Career Hit on First Pitch Seen – 15,161
12 Matt Olson – Walk-Off, Grand Slam in the 10th Caps Dramatic Opening Day Win – 536

Autographs

10A Yoshi Tsutsugo – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
11A Luis Robert – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

July 25

13 Daniel Bard – Earns Win in First MLB Appearance in Seven Years – 324
14 Marcell Ozuna – Down to the Last Strike, Dramatic HR Ties Game – 298
15 William Contreras – First MLB Hit Provides Extra-Inning Insurance – 571
16 Zack Wheeler – New Dad Is Outstanding in Phillies Debut – 438
17 Brady Singer – Royals #2 Prospect Solid in MLB Debut – 650

July 26

18 Ji-Man Choi – Switch the Style Up – Choi Hits HR Right-Handed – 449
19 Nelson Cruz – This Is 40 – Cruz Has 4-Hit, 7 RBI Day – 504
20 Luis Robert – Towering Blast Marks 1st MLB HR – 11,966

July 27

21 Alex Bregman – Clubs 100th Career Homer, Astros Win 8-5 – 343
22 Tampa Bay Rays – Four Rays Pitchers Combine on 19-K Effort – 243
23 Kansas City Royals – Tie Team Record with 6 HRs Against Tigers – 265
24 Tyler Stephenson – 1st Reds Batter to Homer in First At-Bat Since 1950 – 1,031

July 28

25 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – 1st HR of the Year Gives Washington Nationals Headache  – 566
26 David Peterson – Mets Rookie Conquers Fenway Park, Wins Debut – 709
27 Javier Baez – Two Homer Day Powers Cubs to 8-5 Win – 472
28 Anthony Rendon – First Angels Homer Caps Big Home Opener – 373

Autographs

28A Anthony Rendon – Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

July 29

29 Neate Pearson – 23-Year-Old Dazzles with 5 IP in MLB Debut – 1,982
30 Andres Gimenez – Flashes Speed with Triple for 1st MLB Hit – 926
31 Shohei Ohtani – Two-Way Phenom Adds to Resume with Golf-Swing HR – 788
32 Washington Nationals – Washington Nationals Take Road Win in Home Park – 320
33 Mike Yastrzemski – Two Blasts from Yaz Give Giants 7-6 Win – 401
34 Edwin Rios – 1st Lead-Off, 2-Run HR in MLB History – 631
35 Justin Upton – Angels Slugger Reaches 300-HR Milestone – 257

Autographs

29A Nate Pearson – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

July 30

36 Shane Bieber – Sets AL Record with 27th K to Open 2020 Season – 883
37 Aaron Judge – Clutch, Go-Ahead 3-Run HR Fuels 8-6 Win – 1,163

July 31

38 Mookie Betts – Dodgers New Star Flashed Arm in RF, 1st HR of 2020 – 886
39 Travis d’Arnaud – 5 RBI, 8th-Inning Double Leads Win Over Mets – 398
40 Fernando Tatis Jr. / Tommy Pham – Tatis Jr. and Pham Launch 9th-Inning HRs to Fuel 8-7 Comeback Win – 460

Team Sets

2020 Topps Now Baseball Team Set Checklists

Want to know what cards your favorite team has in 2020 Topps Now Baseball? Here’s the checklist broken down by team. Scroll through or click below to go directly to that team.

2020 Topps Now Baseball Arizona Diamondbacks Checklist

55 Andy Young
58 Kole Calhoun
67 Kole Calhoun
146 Zac Gallen

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2020 Topps Now Baseball Atlanta Braves Checklist

14 Marcell Ozuna
15 William Contreras
39 Travis d’Arnaud
66 Nick Markakis
79 Ronald Acuna Jr.
120 Dansby Swanson
139 Cristian Pache
139A Cristian Pache – Autograph
147 Adam Duvall
160 Ronald Acuna Jr.
161 Ian Anderson
163 Nick Markakis / Babe Ruth
192 Marcell Ozuna
199 Adam Duvall
200 Adam Duvall / Marcell Ozuna
212 Ronald Acuna Jr.
213 Freddie Freeman
216 Ronald Acuna Jr.
240 Adam Duvall
241 Atlanta Braves
242 Freddie Freeman
257 Ian Anderson
307 Ronald Acuna Jr.
308 Freddie Freeman
324 Jose Ramirez / Freddie Freeman
337 Freddie Freeman
337A Freddie Freeman – Autograph
346 Ian Anderson
346A Ian Anderson – Autograph
347 Marcell Ozuna
348 Atlanta Braves
369 Ronald Acuna Jr.
370 Travis d’Arnaud
369A Ronald Acuna Jr. – Autograph
378 Dansby Swanson
378A Dansby Swanson – Autograph
379 Ian Anderson
390 Atlanta Braves
390A Atlanta Braves – GU Base

405 Freddie Freeman
406 Austin Riley
406A Austin Riley – Autograph
408 Freddie Freeman
408A Freddie Freeman – Autograph
409 Cristian Pache
409A Cristian Pache – Autograph
414 Cristian Pache
417 Bryse Wilson
417A Bryse Wilson – Autograph
418 Marcell Ozuna
419 Freddie Freeman

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2020 Topps Now Baseball Baltimore Orioles Checklist

44 Pat Valaika
77 Pat Valaika / Pedro Severino
93 Austin Hays
141 Ryan Mountcastle
295 John Means

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2020 Topps Now Baseball Boston Red Sox Checklist

72 Alex Verdugo
82 Mitch Moreland
181 Bobby Dalbec
221 Boston Red Sox
228 Bobby Dalbec
243 Bobby Dalbec
270 Tanner Houck
293 Tanner Houck

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2020 Topps Now Baseball Chicago Cubs Checklist

9 Kyle Hendricks
27 Javier Baez
48 Javier Baez
99 Yu Darvish
100 Chicago Cubs
182 Kyle Schwarber / Jason Heyward / Ian Happ
258 Jason Heyward / Ildemaro Vargas
261 Alec Mills
268 Javier Baez
275 Javier Baez
322 Yu Darvish

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2020 Topps Now Baseball Chicago White Sox Checklist

11 Luis Robert
11A Luis Robert – Autograph
20 Luis Robert
42 Chicago White Sox
43 Luis Robert
45 Nick Madrigal
63 Luis Robert
115 Yoan Moncada / Yasmani Grandal / Eloy Jimenez / Jose Abreu
118 Tim Anderson / Yoan Moncada
122 Tim Anderson
128 Dane Dunning
129 Casey Mize / Dane Dunning
134 Lucas Giolito
145 Jose Abreu
150 Jose Abreu
157 Lucas Giolito
157A Lucas Giolito – Autograph
170 Yasmani Grandal
176 Chicago White Sox
177 Luis Robert
177A Luis Robert – Autograph
198 Jose Abreu / Fernando Tatis Jr.
204 Luis Robert
236 Jose Abreu
237 Dane Dunning
256 Jose Abreu
286 Garrett Crochet
290 Tim Anderson / Yasmani Grandal / Jose Abreu
314 Garrett Crochet
326 Jose Abreu
327 Lucas Giolito
327A Lucas Giolito – Autograph
349 Luis Robert
349A Luis Robert – Autograph
350 Tim Anderson

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2020 Topps Now Baseball Cincinnati Reds Checklist

24 Tyler Stephenson
51 Sonny Gray
89 Joey Votto
154 Trevor Bauer
202 Joey Votto
217 Eugenio Suarez
254 Luis Castillo
265 Tyler Stephenson
265A Tyler Stephenson – Autograph
294 Joey Votto
302 Trevor Bauer
338 Trevor Bauer

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2020 Topps Now Baseball Cleveland Indians Checklist

8 Shane Bieber
36 Shane Bieber
68 Cleveland Indians
113 Shane Bieber
124 Carlos Santana
131 Aaron Civale
143 Triston McKenzie
156 Cesar Hernandez
189 Shane Bieber
196 Franmil Reyes
219 Cesar Hernandez
252 Shane Bieber
284 Zach Plesac
298 Jose Ramirez
304 Jordan Luplow
309 Cesar Hernandez
321 Shane Bieber
324 Jose Ramirez / Freddie Freeman
342 Josh Naylor

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2020 Topps Now Baseball Colorado Rockies Checklist

13 Daniel Bard
91 Charlie Blackmon
253 Charlie Blackmon

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2020 Topps Now Baseball Detroit Tigers Checklist

47 Tyler Alexander
74 Detroit Tigers
127 Casey Mize
127A Casey Mize – Autograph
129 Casey Mize / Dane Dunning

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2020 Topps Now Baseball Houston Astros Checklist

21 Alex Bregman
105 Yordan Alvarez
117 Kyle Tucker
126 Myles Straw
259 Houston Astros
292 George Springer
330 Carlos Correa / Jose Altuve / Michael Brantley
334 Houston Astros
364 Carlos Correa
364A Carlos Correa – Autograph
365 George Springer
371 George Springer
371A George Springer – Autograph
385 Houston Astros / Oakland Athletics
386 Josh Reddick
387 Carlos Correa
387A Carlos Correa – Autograph
388 Michael Brantley
388A Michael Brantley – Autograph
389 Houston Astros
416 George Springer
416A George Springer – Autograph
422 Carlos Correa
422A Carlos Correa – Autograph
423 George Springer
424 Kyle Tucker
425 Framber Valdez
426 Houston Astros
426A Houston Astros – GU Ball
434 Randy Arozarena / Carlos Correa / Corey Seager / Giancarlo Stanton

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2020 Topps Now Baseball Kansas City Royals Checklist

17 Brady Singer
23 Kansas City Royals
244 Brady Singer
260 Adalberto Mondesi
318 Alex Gordon
318A Alex Gordon – Autograph

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2020 Topps Now Baseball Los Angeles Angels Checklist

28 Anthony Rendon
28A Anthony Rendon – Autograph
31 Shohei Ohtani
35 Justin Upton
52 Mike Trout
53 Jo Adell
69 Dylan Bundy
71 Mike Trout
84 Mike Trout
85 Anthony Rendon
130 Albert Pujols / Alex Rodriguez
155 Albert Pujols
174 Jo Adell
210 Mike Trout
214 Shohei Ohtani
215 Mike Trout
215A Mike Trout – Autograph
220 Jo Adell
245 Dylan Bundy
262 Albert Pujols / Willie Mays
277 Jared Walsh
285 Albert Pujols
285A Albert Pujols – Autograph
297 Jared Walsh
325 Jared Walsh / Ke’Bryan Hayes

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2020 Topps Now Baseball Los Angeles Dodgers Checklist

5 Dustin May
6 Enrique Hernandez
34 Edwin Rios
38 Mookie Betts
46 Clayton Kershaw
90 Justin Turner
102 Mookie Betts
116 Keibert Ruiz
119 Corey Seager / Kyle Seager
135 Clayton Kershaw
149 Cody Bellinger
153 Mookie Betts
166 Mookie Betts
167 Clayton Kershaw
183 Cody Bellinger
203 Mookie Betts / Will Smith
208 Clayton Kershaw
232 Gavin Lux
323 Mookie Betts
355 Clayton Kershaw
356 Los Angeles Dodgers
377 Justin Turner / Cody Bellinger
384 Cody Bellinger
384A Cody Bellinger – Autograph
393 Will Smith
393A Will Smith – Autograph
394 Justin Turner
395 Los Angeles Dodgers
395A Los Angeles Dodgers – GU Base

407 Walker Buehler
412 Los Angeles Dodgers
413 Max Muncy
413A Max Muncy – Autograph
427 Mookie Betts
428 Will Smith / Will Smith
429 Will Smith
429A Will Smith – Autograph
430 Corey Seager
430A Corey Seager – Autograph
431 Mookie Betts
432 Corey Seager / Justin Turner
433 Walker Buehler
433A Walker Buehler – Autograph
434 Randy Arozarena / Carlos Correa / Corey Seager / Giancarlo Stanton
438 Will Smith
439 Justin Turner
440 Mookie Betts
440A Mookie Betts – GU Ball
441 Enrique Hernandez
442 Cody Bellinger
443 Julio Urias
444 Corey Seager
445 Los Angeles Dodgers
446 Cody Bellinger
446A Cody Bellinger – Autograph
447 Mookie Betts
447A Mookie Betts – GU Base
448 Los Angeles Dodgers
449 Los Angeles Dodgers
449A Los Angeles Dodgers – GU Base
450 Clayton Kershaw
450A Clayton Kershaw – GU Ball

455 Corey Seager
456 Justin Turner / Duke Snider
456A Justin Turner / Duke Snider – GU Ball
457 Mookie Betts
458 Austin Barnes
459 Walker Buehler
459A Walker Buehler – Auto Base
461 Justin Turner
463 Corey Seager
463A Corey Seager – Auto Base
465 Julio Urias
468 Tampa Bay Rays / Los Angeles Dodgers
470 Corey Seager / Cody Bellinger
471 Los Angeles Dodgers
472 Clayton Kershaw
472A Clayton Kershaw – GU Base
473 Joc Pederson
474 Los Angeles Dodgers
474A Los Angeles Dodgers – GU Ball
475 Max Muncy
476 Dustin May / Victor Gonzalez / Blake Treinen
479 Mookie Betts
480 Los Angeles Dodgers
481 Julio Urias
482 Los Angeles Dodgers
482A Los Angeles Dodgers – GU Base
483 Corey Seager
483A Corey Seager – Auto Base

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2020 Topps Now Baseball Miami Marlins Checklist

142 Sixto Sanchez
186 Starling Marte
194 Starling Marte
224 Jazz Chisholm
230 Sixto Sanchez
246 Jorge Alfaro
287 Brian Anderson
339 Miami Marlins
357 Sixto Sanchez
358 Garrett Cooper
359 Miami Marlins

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2020 Topps Now Baseball Milwaukee Brewers Checklist

65 Christian Yelich
175 Eric Sogard
201 Josh Hader
234 Milwaukee Brewers
235 Corbin Burnes
255 Milwaukee Brewers
316 Brandon Woodruff

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2020 Topps Now Baseball Minnesota Twins Checklist

19 Nelson Cruz
50 Nelson Cruz
110 Nelson Cruz
123 Kenta Maeda
197 Byron Buxton
218 Byron Buxton
229 Nelson Cruz / Harmon Killebrew
267 Byron Buxton
299 Max Kepler
341 Alex Kirilloff

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2020 Topps Now Baseball New York Mets Checklist

7 Yoenis Cespedes
26 David Peterson
30 Andres Gimenez
60 Rick Porcello
101 Tomas Nido
164 Jacob deGrom
173 Amed Rosario
205 Pete Alonso
223 Jacob deGrom
239 Michael Conforto
281 Brandon Nimmo
288 Todd Frazier
296 Jacob deGrom

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2020 Topps Now Baseball New York Yankees Checklist

3 Giancarlo Stanton
4 Gerrit Cole
37 Aaron Judge
41 Aaron Judge
49 Aaron Judge / Alex Rodriguez
59 New York Yankees
92 Aaron Judge
95 Clint Frazier
107 Gerrit Cole
130 Albert Pujols / Alex Rodriguez
162 Luke Voit
163 Nick Markakis / Babe Ruth
178 New York Yankees
179 Deivi Garcia
180 Gary Sanchez
211 Jonathan Holder
238 Deivi Garcia
248 Gerrit Cole
249 Luke Voit
269 Luke Voit
272 Kyle Higashioka
273 DJ LeMahieu / Kyle Higashioka
274 Gerrit Cole
278 Luke Voit
279 New York Yankees
289 New York Yankees
291 J.A. Happ
319 DJ LeMahieu
320 Luke Voit
331 Aaron Judge
332 Gerrit Cole
333 Gleyber Torres
343 Gio Urshela
344 DJ Lemahieu
345 New York Yankees
344A DJ LeMahieu – Autograph

366 New York Yankees
367 Giancarlo Stanton
367A Giancarlo Stanton – GU Ball
372 Deivi Garcia
373 Giancarlo Stanton
383 Giancarlo Stanton
383A Giancarlo Stanton – GU Ball
391 Luke Voit
392 Gleyber Torres
392A Gleyber Torres – GU Ball
434 Randy Arozarena / Carlos Correa / Corey Seager / Giancarlo Stanton
454 Randy Arozarena / Derek Jeter
454A Randy Arozarena / Derek Jeter – GU Base

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2020 Topps Now Baseball Oakland Athletics Checklist

12 Matt Olson
54 Jesus Luzardo
56 Stephen Piscotty
62 Austin Allen
73 Austin Allen / Marcus Semien
81 Jesus Luzardo
86 Matt Chapman
97 Ramon Laureano
108 Stephen Piscotty
112 Oakland Athletics
233 Ramon Laureano
266 Mike Minor
271 Tony Kemp
312 Mark Canha
351 Chad Pinder
352 Oakland Athletics
380 Chad Pinder
381 Liam Hendricks
385 Houston Astros / Oakland Athletics

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2020 Topps Now Baseball Philadelphia Phillies Checklist

16 Zack Wheeler
83 Spencer Howard
98 Alec Bohm
103 JT Realmuto
104 Bryce Harper
151 Alec Bohm
152 Philadelphia Phillies
169 Scott Kingery
188 Spencer Howard
207 Alec Bohm
231 Alec Bohm
250 Aaron Nola
282 Zach Eflin
283 Mickey Moniak
303 Bryce Harper

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2020 Topps Now Baseball Pittsburgh Pirates Checklist

64 Kevin Newman
193 Ke’Bryan Hayes
280 Steven Brault
300 Jacob Stallings
310 Mitch Keller
315 Ke’Bryan Hayes
325 Jared Walsh / Ke’Bryan Hayes

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2020 Topps Now Baseball San Diego Padres Checklist

40 Fernando Tatis Jr. / Tommy Pham
75 Fernando Tatis Jr.
80 Fernando Tatis Jr.
111 Fernando Tatis Jr.
121 Fernando Tatis Jr.
125 Fernando Tatis Jr.
132 Manny Machado
136 San Diego Padres
144 Trent Grisham
168 Wil Myers
185 Mike Clevinger
198 Jose Abreu / Fernando Tatis Jr.
222 Fernando Tatis Jr.
226 Dinelson Lamet
227 Jurickson Profar
263 Mike Clevinger
313 Trent Grisham
353 Fernando Tatis Jr.
353A Fernando Tatis Jr. – Autograph
354 Wil Myers
360 Luis Patino
361 Fernando Tatis Jr.
362 San Diego Padres
363 San Diego Padres
376 Ryan Weathers

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2020 Topps Now Baseball San Francisco Giants Checklist

33 Mike Yastrzemski
138 Joey Bart
140 Evan Longoria
159 Donovan Sloan
165 Mike Yastrzemski
190 Alex Dickerson
191 San Francisco Giants
262 Albert Pujols / Willie Mays

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2020 Topps Now Baseball Seattle Mariners Checklist

61 Kyle Seager / Ken Griffey Jr. / Jay Buhner / Edgar Martinez
119 Corey Seager / Kyle Seager
187 Marco Gonzales
264 Kyle Lewis
264A Kyle Lewis – Autograph

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2020 Topps Now Baseball St. Louis Cardinals Checklist

109 Dylan Carlson
137 Kolten Wong
195 Brad Miller
305 Yadier Molina
340 Yadier Molina

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2020 Topps Now Baseball Tampa Bay Rays Checklist

10 Yoshi Tsutsugo
10A Yoshi Tsutsugo – Autograph
18 Ji-Man Choi
22 Tampa Bay Rays
78 Michael Perez
148 Kevin Kiermaier
158 Tyler Glasnow
247 Tampa Bay Rays
328 Manuel Margot
329 Blake Snell
335 Hunter Renfroe
336 Tampa Bay Rays
368 Shane McLanahan
374 Randy Arozarena
374A Randy Arozarena – Autograph
375 Tyler Glasnow
382 Randy Arozarena
396 Austin Meadows
396A Austin Meadows – Auto Ball
397 Michael Brosseau
397A Michael Brosseau – Autograph
398 Tampa Bay Rays
399 Randy Arozarena
399A Randy Arozarena – Autograph

400 Mike Zunino
401 Diego Castillo
402 Manuel Margot
403 Manuel Margot
403A Manuel Margot – GU Ball
404 Charlie Morton
404A Charlie Morton – Autograph
410 Kevin Kiermaier
410A Kevin Kiermaier – GU Ball
411 Joey Wendle / Hunter Renfroe
415 Randy Arozarena
420 Randy Arozarena / Evan Longoria
421 Randy Arozarena
421A Randy Arozarena – Autograph
434 Randy Arozarena / Carlos Correa / Corey Seager / Giancarlo Stanton
435 Randy Arozarena
435A Randy Arozarena – Autograph
436 Charlie Morton
436A Charlie Morton – Auto Ball
437 Tampa Bay Rays
437A Tampa Bay Rays – GU Base

451 Brandon Lowe
451A Brandon Lowe – Auto Base
452 Blake Snell
452A Blake Snell – Auto Ball
453 Ji-Man Choi
454 Randy Arozarena / Derek Jeter
454A Randy Arozarena / Derek Jeter – GU Base
460 Randy Arozarena
460A Randy Arozarena – Auto Base
462 Randy Arozarena
462A Randy Arozarena – Auto Base
464 Brandon Lowe
466 Brett Phillips
466A Brett Phillips – GU Ball
467 Randy Arozarena
468 Tampa Bay Rays / Los Angeles Dodgers
469 Randy Arozarena
469A Randy Arozarena – Auto Base
477 Randy Arozarena
477A Randy Arozarena – Auto Ball
478 Blake Snell

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2020 Topps Now Baseball Texas Rangers Checklist

276 Kyle Gibson
311 Ronald Guzman / Joey Gallo

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2020 Topps Now Baseball Toronto Blue Jays Checklist

25 Vladimir Guerrero Jr.
29 Neate Pearson
29A Nate Pearson – Autograph
87 Bo Bichette
87A Bo Bichette – Autograph Relic
88 Travis Shaw
96 Bo Bichette
106 Bo Bichette
133 Lourdes Gurriel Jr. / Rowdy Tellez
184 Teoscar Hernandez
209 Teoscar Hernandez
225 Toronto Blue Jays
306 Hyun-Jin Ryu

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2020 Topps Now Baseball Washington Nationals Checklist

2 Dr. Anthony Fauci
32 Washington Nationals
57 Juan Soto
76 Juan Soto
94 Juan Soto
172 Max Scherzer
206 Trea Turner
251 Michael A. Taylor
317 Andrew Stevenson

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Ryan Cracknell

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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