2021 Onyx Vintage Extended Baseball Checklist and Details

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Despite a small and compact checklist and configuration, 2021 Onyx Vintage Extended Baseball manages to encompass elements of the past, present and future of the game. Like other Onyx Vintage sets, a retro design and autographs are two of the most prominent elements. Of the four cards in each box, two come with signatures.

2021 Onyx Vintage Extended Baseball Checklist Overview

Although multiple generations are represented in the set as a whole, Onyx keeps its eyes largely to the future with an updated group of prospects and draft picks. Among them is Henry Davis, the first overall pick in 2021 MLB Draft. Thanks to the new NIL rules, collectors can also expect college players projected for future drafts.

2021 Onyx Vintage Extended Baseball Base

Shohei Ohtani appears in the set as does Hall of Famer Ken Griffey Jr. Both are among the confirmed signers in the product.

All autographs are on-card. Versions include Blue Signatures (400 copies or less), Green Signatures (50 copies or less), Red Signatures (25 copies or less) and Black Signatures (five copies). Inscriptions are also randomly inserted with added notations.

The “Vintage” in Onyx Vintage comes from the cards’ old-school look. It’s not based directly on anything from the past but it channels a vibe from the hobby’s history.

2021 Onyx Vintage Extended Baseball cards at a glance:

Cards per pack: 4
Packs per box: 1
Boxes per case: 24
Set size: 75 players
Release date: November 26, 2021

What to expect in a hobby box:

  • Autographs – 2

2021 Onyx Vintage Extended Baseball Checklist

Autographs

75 cards.

Versions:

  • Blue – 400 copies or less
  • Green – 50 copies or less
  • Red – 25 copies or less
  • Black – 5 copies

CJ Abrams, San Diego Padres
Maximo Acosta, Texas Rangers
Victor Acosta, San Diego Padres
Mason Albright, Los Angeles Angels
Roderick Arias
Samuel Basallo, Baltimore Orioles
Jacob Berry, LSU
Shane Bieber, Cleveland Indians
Werner Blakely, Los Angeles Angels
Enrique Bradfield, Vanderbilt
Maddux Bruns, Los Angeles Dodgers
Jonathan Cannon, Georgia
Triston Casas, Boston Red Sox
Kellum Clark, Miss State
Drew Compton, Georgia Tech

Gavin Cross, Virginia Tech
Derek Curiel
Henry Davis, Pittsburgh Pirates
Rikelbin De Castro, Toronto Blue Jays
Yordany De Los Santos
Wilman Diaz, Los Angeles Dodgers
Jasson Dominguez, New York Yankees
Carlos Duran, Los Angeles Dodgers
Jeferson Espinal, Arizona Diamondbacks
Harry Ford, Seattle Mariners
Matt Fraizer, Pittsburgh Pirates
Sal Frelick, Milwaukee Brewers
Jacob Gonzalez, Mississippi
Ken Griffey Jr, Seattle Mariners
Robert Hassell, San Diego Padres

Alexis Hernandez
Cristian Hernandez, Chicago Cubs
Gunnar Hoglund, Toronto Blue Jays
Fergie Jenkins, Chicago Cubs
Jackson Jobe, Detroit Tigers
Randy Johnson, Seattle Mariners
Spencer Jones, Vanderbilt
Blaze Jordan, Boston Red Sox
Jordan Lawlar, Arizona Diamondbacks
Eddys Leonard, Los Angeles Dodgers
Dauri Lorenzo, Houston Astros
Marco Luciano, San Francisco Giants
Noelvi Marte, Seattle Mariners
Orelvis Martinez, Toronto Blue Jays
Marcelo Mayer, Boston Red Sox

Michael McGreevy, St Louis Cardinals
Matt McLain, Cincinnati Reds
Jonathan Mejia
Yasser Mercedes
Parker Messick, Florida State
Jose Miranda, Minnesota Twins
Benny Montgomery, Colorado Rockies
Frank Mozzicato, Kansas City Royals
Max Muncy, Oakland Athletics
Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels
Andrew Painter, Philadelphia Phillies
Peyton Pallette, Arkansas
Kevin Parada, Georgia Tech
Erick Pena, Kansas City Royals
Eury Perez, Miami Marlins

Chase Petty, Minnesota Twins
Cal Ripken Jr, Baltimore Orioles
Julio Rodriguez, Seattle Mariners
Adley Rutschman, Baltimore Orioles
Nolan Schanuel, Florida Atlantic
Tyler Soderstrom, Oakland Athletics
Trey Sweeney, New York Yankees
Ken Waldichuk, New York Yankees
Jordan Walker, St Louis Cardinals
Cayden Wallace, Arkansas
Drew Waters, Atlanta Braves
Kahlil Watson, Miami Marlins
Jordan Wicks, Chicago Cubs
Carson Williams, Tampa Bay Rays
Bobby Witt Jr., Kansas City Royals

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