2021 Topps All-Star FanFest Baseball Checklist and Details

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When it comes to baseball cards, the hobby’s presence at MLB’s Play Ball Park might not be as big as it used to be as far as exclusives go. But they do exist. 2021 Topps All-Star FanFest cards were available to attendees in Colorado at Play Ball Park in the lead up to the Midsummer Classic.

The set was available at the Topps booth as a wrapper redemption. Collectors had to open three packs at the booth in order to receive one card. To help ensure the supply would last, there was also a limited of one full set per collector per day.

The 2021 Topps All-Star FanFest checklist has six cards. Among them is hometown star, Trevor Story. Other names are among the biggest in baseball right now: Ronald Acuna Jr., Mookie Betts, Aaron Judge, Fernando Tatis Jr., and Mike Trout.

As for the design, it’s based on the yet-to-be-released 2021 Topps Big League Baseball. Besides the backs and numbering being different, card fronts have an “All-Star Game 2021” foil stamp on the front.

For those not able to attend Play Ball Park, cards have surfaced on eBay, but not in large numbers as of yet.

Special FanFest sets date back to the early ’90s when there was several companies with an MLB license.

2021 Topps All-Star FanFest Checklist

6 cards.

2021 Topps All-Star FanFest Mike Trout

ASFF-1 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels
ASFF-2 Aaron Judge, New York Yankees
ASFF-3 Trevor Story, Colorado Rockies
ASFF-4 Ronald Acuna Jr., Atlanta Braves
ASFF-5 Mookie Betts, Los Angeles Dodgers
ASFF-6 Fernando Tatis Jr., San Diego Padres

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1 comment

  1. Kevan Heitman 15 July, 2021 at 23:30

    Topps dropped the ball on this one. I was there on Sunday and bought 3 sets redeeming the wrappers for 3 all star cards. Then I realized that I didn’t have anything to keep my cards in and not wanting them ruined I decided to wait to get the rest. I went back at 3pm on Monday and was told that they couldn’t sell anymore cards for the day when though they were clearly visible in the display case. I was told they would get more overnight and to come back in the morning. The event opened at 10am and I returned to the booth at 11:30 to apologies and nothing they could do about it! ABSOLUTELY RIDICULOUS! Some one needs to go back to marketing school!

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