2021 Topps Now Baseball Checklist, Team Set Lists and Details

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2021 Topps Now Baseball marks the sixth year for the print-on-demand set. The concept remains the same — key events get a baseball card the morning after they happen. When complete, the massive set will act as a chronicle of the season’s milestones, records, debuts, big performances, special events and more. And, if the trend from previous years continues, lots of walk-off home runs.

2021 Topps Now Baseball 137 Shohei Ohtani

2021 Topps Now Baseball: How to Order

Cards are sold through the Topps website and are available for just 24 hours. Individual cards remain $9.99. Bulk discounts are available for lots of five ($29.99), ten ($49.99) and 20 ($79.99) copies of the same card.

There are also daily bundles. The size and price of these vary from day to day, but there is a discount versus buying them individually.

Collectors for a cheaper rate without buying in bulk can look to eBay. During the sales window, sellers typically offer single cards for $5-$6 each. They’re ordering in bulk from Topps and offering a discount up front. Cards will typically take a little longer to arrive, but the savings can add up.

Parallels and Autographs

Base cards have five different parallels. These are numbered to 49 (Blue), 25 (Purple), 10 (Red), 5 (Orange) and 1/1 (Gold) and are randomly sent out with orders. You won’t know if you have one of the rare versions in advance.

Parallels do replace the regular card that’s ordered. They are not an extra card.

Select cards also have autographs. These are sold separately. Print runs vary from player to player. However, on-card signatures have been a key to the program since they debuted.

2021 Topps Now Baseball Checklist

The checklist will continue to grow and expand throughout the season. Print runs will be added as they become available. If you’re interested in a specific card, click on the links to see what’s currently available on eBay.

April

2021 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – April

Parallels:

  • Blue – /49
  • Purple – /25
  • Red – /10
  • Orange – /5
  • Gold – 1/1
2021 Topps Now Baseball 1 Miguel Cabrera

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1 Miguel Cabrera – Slugger Belts the First Homer of the 2021 MLB Season – 11,821
2 Ke’Bryan Hayes – Rookie 3rd Baseman Sets Tone with HR in Win – 3,887
3 Shane Bieber – 12-K Performance Puts Hurler in Rare Company – 680
4 Cody Bellinger – Bizarre RBI Single Clears Fence – 749
5 Jean Segura – Opening Day Walk-Off in Philadelphia – 697
6 Dylan Carlson – Opening Day HR by 22-Year-Old Sets Franchise Mark – 2,540
7 Arizona Diamondbacks – 6th Inning Power Surge Makes MLB History – 578
8 Jonathan India – Reds 5th Overall Prospect Makes MLB Debut – 1,742
9 Kyle Isbel – 3-Hit Debut Puts Isbel in Royals Record Book – 1,240

Autographs

1A Miguel Cabrera – Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
2A Ke’Bryan Hayes – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
6A Dylan Carlson – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

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10 Trey Mancini – Picks Up 1st Hit in Triumphant Return to Baseball – 602
11 Jose Abreu – Reigning AL MVP Slugs 1st Grand Slam of 2021 – 531
12 Yermin Mercedes – 1st Player Since 1993 with 5 Hits in 1st MLB Start – 6,571
13 Michael Kopech – Earns 1st Win Since 2018 After 2 Shutout IP – 448
14 Eric Hosmer – Scintillating Start Makes Padres History – 518
15 Fearless Feline – Dashes Through the Infield, Caught at the Warning Track – 2,958

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16 Nolan Arenado – Slugger Hits 1st HR with His New Team – 611
17 Gary Sanchez – 2nd Yankees Catcher Ever to Homer in the First Two Games of a Season – 462
18 Jake Arrieta – Earns Win in Return to Cubs Rotation – 466
19 Zack Wheeler – 1 Hit Allowed Over 7 IP, 2 Hits and 2 RBI at the Plate – 423
20 Jose Berrios – 12 Ks Over 6 Brilliant, No-Hit Innings – 419
21 Yermin Mercedes – 8-for-8 Start to Season Sets Modern Era Record – 5,152
22 Zach McKinstry – Pinch-Hit, Inside-the-Park HR for 1st of Career – 1,044
23 Taylor Trammell – Center Fielder Lands First Career Hit and RBI – 994
24 Ryan Weathers – Padres Prospect Earns First Career Save – 646

Autographs:

21A Yermin Mercedes – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

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25 Akil Baddoo – Baddoo Starts MLB Career with a Bang – 4,182
26 Cedric Mullins – Lefty Makes Orioles Franchise History – 362
27 Bo Bichette – Shortstop Reaches Century Mark in Historic Fashion – 643
28 Nate Lowe – MLB RBI Leader Sets Rangers Record – 291
29 Taylor Widener – First Career Start Leads to Victory – 452
30 Shohei Ohtani – Dual-Threat Phenom Breaks 118-Year Drought – 4,673
31 Jared Walsh – First Walk-Off HR of the 2021 Season – 535

Autographs:

25A Akil Baddoo – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

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32 Nelson Cruz – Monster Day at the Plate Includes 2 HRs, 5 RBI – 336
33 Akil Baddoo – Historic Debut Week Continues for Rookie – 3,890
34 Giancarlo Stanton – Launches Game-Breaking, 471-Ft. Grand Slam – 451
35 Jacob deGrom – Makes Mets History with Team’s 1st Hit of Season – 610

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36 Akil Baddoo – Adds Walk-Off Single to Legendary Debut Resume – 2,687
37 Tyler Naquin – 7-RBI Day Leads to 4th Consecutive Reds Win – 448
38 Gerrit Cole – Dominant 13-K Outing Paves Way for Victory – 399
39 Juan Soto – Walk-Off Single Smoked at 115.3 MPH, per Statcast – 664
40 Nate Lowe – 4-RBI Night Rewrites Rangers Record Book – 250
41 Pete Alonso – Fastest Player in MLB History to 70 HRs – 764
42 Andrew Vaughn – Impresses with Double for First MLB Hit – 1,740
43 Jose Abreu – 6th Cuban-Born Player to Reach 200 HRs – 381
44 J.D. Martinez – Crushes 2-Run, Walk-Off Double in 12th Inning – 302
45 Ryan McMahon – 1st 3-HR Game of 2021 Highlights 4-Hit Performance – 207
46 Matt Peacock – 1st MLB Hit, Winning Decision in Debut Makes History – 427

Autographs:

36A Akil Baddoo – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

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47 Shane Bieber – Back-to-Back 12-K Outings Set MLB Record – 386
48 Mitch Moreland – Secures 1st Oakland Athletics Win on Walk-Off – 231
49 Dylan Carlson – 1st Career Grand Slam Leads Cardinals Win – 1,856

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50 Trey Mancini – Receives Standing Ovation During Home Opener – 481
51 Jeff McNeil – Birthday HR Sets Up Mets 9th-Inning Victory – 400
52 Yermin Mercedes – The “Yerminator” Stays Hot with 485-Ft HR – 1,843
53 Nolan Arenado – Go-Ahead, 2-Run HR Fuels Win in Home Opener – 833
54 Lance Lynn – Hurls 1st Complete-Game Shutout of 2021 – 365
55 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – Connects for 1st MLB HR in Dunedin History – 552

Autographs:

52A Yermin Mercedes – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

Relics:

55A Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (GU Base)

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56 Los Angeles Dodgers – Receive World Series Rings in Front of Home Crowd – 1,186
57 Ronald Acuna Jr. – 456-Ft HR Paves Way for Opening Night Win – 1,409
58 Joe Musgrove – Throws 1st No-Hitter in San Diego Padres History – 6,566

Autographs:

58A Joe Musgrove – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

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59 Jacob deGrom – Ties Career-Best Mark with 14 Punchouts – 628
60 Trevor Rogers – Rookie Strikes Out 10 En Route to Marlins Win – 461
61 Tim Locastro – Sets New MLB Record on the Basepaths – 515

11

62 Brent Honeywell Jr. – Rays No. 19 Prospect Debuts with 2 Perfect IP – 472
63 J.D. Martinez – Tie MLB Record Following 3-HR Performance – 338
64 Kyle Seager – 2nd HR Drives in 3 to Cement 9th-Inning Comeback – 284

Autographs:

63A J.D. Martinez – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

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65 Gerrit Cole / David Cone – Yankees Ace Matches Cone with 29 Ks Through 1st 3 Starts of Season – 477
66 Tyler Glasnow – Career-High, 14-K Outing Sets Up Rays Victory – 264
67 Casey Mize – Earns First MLB Win Following Stellar Start – 2,394
68 Shohei Ohtani – 119-MPH Double Highlights 3-for-5 Night – 872

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69 Rafael Devers – Joins Red Sox Legends with 4-Game HR Streak – 351
70 Jonathan Villar – Walk-Off Hit Seals Extra-Inning Win – 292
71 Adam Duvall – 7-RBI Night Paves Way for Marlins Win – 240
72 Shane Bieber / Lucas Giolito – Combine for 19 Strikeouts in Epic Pitchers’ Duel – 445
73 Baltimore Orioles – Walk-Off Single Splits Doubleheader with Mariners – 220

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74 Yadier Molina – Starts Record 2,000th Game as Cardinals Catcher – 1,842
75 Bo Bichette – Walk-Off HR Ties DiMaggio for Most Multi-XBH Games in 1st 87 Career Games – 1,005
76 Corbin Burnes – 30 Ks, 0 BBs Through 1st 3 Starts of 2021 Mark a 1st Since 1906 – 527
77 Alex Verdugo – Sparkling Glove, Hot Bat Fuel Doubleheader Sweep – 456
78 Ronald Acuna Jr. – 2 HRs Bring Red-Hot Star to 19-for-Last-35
79 Carlos Rodon – Hurls 20th No-Hitter in White Sox History – 1,780

Autographs:

74A Yadier Molina – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
78A Ronald Acuna Jr. – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
79A Carlos Rodon – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

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80 Major League Baseball – MLB Celebrates Jackie Robinson Day by Wearing 42 – 658
81 Ronald Acuna Jr. / Hank Aaron – 14 XBHs Through 1st 13 Games Ties Hank Aaron’s Franchise Record – 1,668
82 Dansby Swanson – Finishes 3-for-4 Day with a Walk-Off Single – 350
83 Max Kepler – Comes Through with a Clutch, Walk-Off Single – 326

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84 Max Scherzer / Cy Young – Leaps Cy Young in Career Strikeouts for 22nd All-Time – 768
85 Kyle Schwarber – 1st Washington National HR Is a 463-Ft Walk-Off – 461
86 Fernando Tatis Jr. – Crushes HR First Game Back in the Lineup – 851
87 Ty France – Smokes 1st Career Walk-Off Hit in Mariners Win – 375

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88 Jacob deGrom – 9 Straight Ks Highlight 2nd Straight 14-K Outing – 891
89 Willson Contreras / Kris Bryant – Pair Powers Cubs Offense with 2 HRs Each in 13-4 Rout – 402
90 Yadier Molina – A Part of Back-to-Back Blasts Twice in 2-HR Game – 786
91 Joey Votto – Diving Snag Starts Extraordinary Triple Play – 633
92 Tyler Stephenson – 10th-Inning, Walk-Off Single Powers 3-2 Win – 721
93 Jorge Alfaro – Walk-Off, 2-Run Double Leads Extra-Innings Win – 251
94 Salvador Perez – Launches 459-Ft, Walk-Off HR to Beat Blue Jays – 402

Autographs:

88A Jacob deGrom – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

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95 Aaron Nola – Ace Strikes Out 10 in Complete-Game Shutout – 416
96 Nolan Ryan / Shane Bieber – 48 Ks Through 1st 4 Starts Ties Nolan Ryan’s MLB Record – 863
97 Marcus Stroman – Behind-the-Back Web Gem Highlights Quality Start – 417
98 Nate Lowe – Hits Walk-Off Single in Extra-Innings Win – 279
99 Gerrit Cole – Sets Yankees Record with 39 Ks Through 1st 4 Starts of Season – 351

19

100 Enrique Hernandez – 2nd Player in Red Sox History with Lead-Off HR on Patriots’ Day – 428
101 Paul DeJong – Solo HR, Grand Slam Lead Way for Cardinals Win – 490
102 Joe Musgrove – Sets New Career High with 13 Strikeouts – 480

Checklist #1-100 – 224

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103 Julio Urias – Career-High 11 Ks Lead Dodgers 1-Hitter – 460
104 Mike Trout – Crushes Hardest Hit HR of Career at 115.5 MPH – 2,457
105 Oakland Athletics – Doubleheader Sweep Results in 10th Straight Win – 386
106 Corbin Burnes – 40 Ks, 0 BBs Through 1st 4 Starts of 2021 Makes MLB History – 553

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107 Mickey Moniak – Former No. 1 Overall Pick Launches 1st MLB HR – 1,717
108 Andrew Knapp – Smokes Walk-Off Single to Cement Phillies Win – 308
109 Max Scherzer – 2,814th Career K Moves Ace Past Mike Mussina for 21st All-Time – 457
110 Oakland Athletics – Throwing Error Leads to Walk-Off for 11th Straight Win – 296
111 Salvador Perez – Comes Up Clutch with Walk-Off Single – 348

Autographs:

107A Mickey Moniak – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

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112 Jonathan India – Reds No. 5 Prospect Crushes 1st Career HR – 1,334
113 David Peralta – 5-Hit, 7-RBI Game Paves Way for Diamondbacks Win – 290
114 Cristian Javier – 8 Ks to Open Game Marks Astros 1st Since ’86 – 597
115 Jason Heyward – Pinch-Hit Single Leads Cubs to Walk-Off Win – 342
116 Fernando Tatis Jr. / Jake Cronenworth – Incredible 4-6-3 Double Play Preserves Padres Victory – 746

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117 Jacob deGrom – MLB-Record 50 Ks Through 4 Starts After Career-Best 15-K Shutout – 2,428
118 Giancarlo Stanton – 1st Ever in the Statcast Era with 2 HRs of 115+ MPH in the Same Game – 404
119 J.A. Happ – Takes No-Hit Bid Into the 8th in 2-0 Win – 289
120 Nick Castellanos – Home Run Marks 1,000th Career Hit – 374
121 Robel Garcia – Plays Hero with Pinch-Hit, Walk-Off Single – 256
122 Raimel Tapia – Walk-Off Home Run Fuels 5-4 Win – 304
123 Fernando Tatis Jr. – 2 HRs Off Kershaw Power Win on Anniversary of Father’s Historic Game – 2,068

Relics:

117A Jacob deGrom – Base – /15, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

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124 Nick Madrigal – “Nicky Two Strikes” Delivers First Career Walk-Off Hit – 1,435
125 Gerrit Cole – 7 IP, 11 SO Effort Makes Yankees History – 590
126 Fernando Tatis Jr. – Don’t Blink! Back-to-Back 2-HR Nights for Padres Shortstop – 4,651

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127 Michael Kopech – Career-High 10 Strikeouts Lead Way for White Sox – 544
128 Shohei Ohtani – Launches 440-Ft. Go-Ahead HR in Angels Win – 1,334
129 Fernando Tatis Jr. – 5 HRs, 3 SB in Dodgers Series Makes MLB History – 2,924
130 Arizona Diamondbacks – 1st Team in MLB History to Allow 1 Hit or Less in a Doubleheader – 409
131 San Diego Padres – Overcome 7-1 Deficit to Rally for Extra-Innings Win – 631

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132 Salvador Perez – 13th Royals Player to Reach 1,000 Career Games – 434
133 Akil Baddoo – Makes MLB History at the Plate Through 1st 17 Career Games – 1,914
134 Jordan Luplow – Crushes Walk-Off HR to Cement Extra-Innings Win – 288
135 Rhys Hoskins – Grabs MLB Lead with 6th HR in Last 6 Games – 444
136 Anthony DeSclafani – Tosses 9-K, CG Shutout to Lead Giants Win – 264
137 Shohei Ohtani – 1st Pitcher Since Ruth to Start as Leader in HRs – 8,513

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138 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – Explodes for 1st Career 3-HR, 7-RBI Game – 3,086
139 Nolan Arenado – Covered 91-Feet to Make Spectacular Snag – 457
140 Cristian Javier – Tosses Gem to Extend Scoreless Streak to 17 Innings – 531
141 Ronald Acuna Jr. – Launches 481-Ft HR to Match MLB Lead with 8 HRs – 1,103
142 C.J. Cron / Ryan McMahon – Back-to-Back Blasts Pave Way for Extra-Innings Win – 298

Autographs:

138A Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25 (GU Ball), Red /10 (GU Ball), Orange /5 (GU Ball), Gold 1/1 (GU Ball)

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143 Byron Buxton – 5-for-5, 3 XBHs Mark 7th Time in Twins History – 564
144 Jacob deGrom – 59 Ks Through 1st 5 Appearances of Season Ties Nolan Ryan’s MLB Record – 753
145 Freddie Freeman / Anthony Rizzo – Rizzo Cools Off the Reigning NL MVP with Late-Inning Strikeout – 1,222
146 Josh Rojas – Leaping Grab Robs Fernando Tatis Jr. of a HR – 312

29

147 Yusei Kikuchi – Flirts with No-Hitter in 7-Inning Gem – 329
148 Carlos Rodon / Dylan Cease – Pitching Duo Leads Way for White Sox in Doubleheader Sweep – 424

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149 Joey Votto – Launches 300th Career HR, Third in Reds History – 927
150 Aaron Judge – Explodes for 2 HRs, 5 RBI to Power Yankees Victory – 600
151 Gerrit Cole – Ties MLB Record of 3 Consecutive Starts with 10+ Ks and 0 BBs – 462
152 J.D. Martinez – Takes a Hold of MLB Lead with 2-HR Night – 344
153 Alex Kirilloff – Leads Way for Twins with Career HRs No. 1 and 2 – 1,685
154 Alejandro Kirk – 2-HR Night Highlights Blue Jays Big Win – 714
155 Kyle Schwarber – Crushes Extra-Innings HR for 2nd Walk-Off in April – 364
156 Shane Bieber – 68 Ks Through April Sets New MLB Record – 445
157 Yu Darvish – 12 Ks, 6.1 IP Paves Way for Padres Victory – 360

Autographs:

149A Joey Votto – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
153A Alex Kirilloff – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

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May

2021 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – May

Parallels:

  • Blue – /49
  • Purple – /25
  • Red – /10
  • Orange – /5
  • Gold – 1/1
2021 Topps Now Baseball 176 John Means

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158 Cristian Pache – 1st Career Regular-Season HR Is a Grand Slam – 2,224
159 George Springer – Connects for 1st HR with the Toronto Blue Jays – 439
160 Randal Grichuk – Cements Extra-Innings Win with Walk-Off Single – 302
161 Travis Shaw – 11th Inning Single Lifts Brewers to Walk-Off Win – 213

Autographs:

158A Cristian Pache – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

2

162 Corey Kluber – Tosses 8 Shutout Innings Pitched with 10 Ks for 100th Career Win – 390
163 Matt Beaty / A.J. Pollock – Grand Slams in Back-to-Back Innings, 15 Total RBI Lead Dodgers to Win – 437
164 Fernando Tatis Jr. – 40+ HRs & 30+ SBs in 1st 162 GP Marks MLB 1st – 3,002
165 Ramon Laureano – Game-Preserving Catch, Go-Ahead HR Lead 7-5 Win – 399

3

166 Gerrit Cole / Jacob deGrom – AL and NL Pitchers of the Month – 682
167 Byron Buxton / Ronald Acuna Jr. – Named AL and NL Players of the Month – 644
168 Yermin Mercedes / Trevor Rogers – Named AL and NL Rookies of the Month – 847

4

169 Keibert Ruiz – Repeats History with HR in 1st At-Bat of 2021 – 1,028
170 San Francisco Giants – Explode for a 10-Run 1st Inning, Most in Franchise History Since 1967 – 272
171 Dylan Cease – 3-for-3 at the Plate, 6 IP and 11 Ks Lead Win – 436
172 David Bote – Walk-Off Hit Cements Cubs Doubleheader Sweep – 403
173 Charlie Blackmon – Caps Comeback with Walk-Off, 3-Run HR – 287

5

174 Jesse Winker – Delivers Walk-Off Hit to Cement Extra-Innings Win – 350
175 John Means – Faces the Minimum in Near-Perfect, 12-K No-Hitter – 8,761
176 Anthony Rizzo – Walk-Off Hit Completes Series Sweep of Dodgers – 579

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177 Giancarlo Stanton – HR in 3rd Straight Game Extends Hit Streak to 12 Games
178 Jose Altuve – Launches Go-Ahead, 3-Run HR on 31st Birthday
179 Zack Wheeler – CG SHO, 8 Ks Cap 4-Game Sweep of Brewers
180 Nick Gordon – 1st Twins PLayer Ever with 2 SBs in MLB Debut

Team Sets

2021 Topps Now Baseball Team Set Checklists

Want to know what cards your favorite team has in 2021 Topps Now 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. Please check the main checklist in the other tab for parallel specifics.

2021 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Arizona Diamondbacks

7 Arizona Diamondbacks
29 Taylor Widener
46 Matt Peacock
61 Tim Locastro
113 David Peralta
130 Arizona Diamondbacks
146 Josh Rojas

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2021 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Atlanta Braves

57 Ronald Acuna Jr.
78 Ronald Acuna Jr.
78A Ronald Acuna Jr. – Autograph
81 Ronald Acuna Jr. / Hank Aaron
82 Dansby Swanson
141 Ronald Acuna Jr.
145 Freddie Freeman / Anthony Rizzo
158 Cristian Pache
158A Cristian Pache – Autograph
167 Byron Buxton / Ronald Acuna Jr.

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2021 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Baltimore Orioles

10 Trey Mancini
26 Cedric Mullins
50 Trey Mancini
73 Baltimore Orioles
175 John Means

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2021 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Boston Red Sox

44 J.D. Martinez
63 J.D. Martinez
63A J.D. Martinez – Autograph
69 Rafael Devers
77 Alex Verdugo
84 Max Scherzer / Cy Young
100 Enrique Hernandez
152 J.D. Martinez

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2021 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Chicago Cubs

18 Jake Arrieta
89 Willson Contreras / Kris Bryant
115 Jason Heyward
145 Freddie Freeman / Anthony Rizzo
172 David Bote
176 Anthony Rizzo

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2021 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Chicago White Sox

11 Jose Abreu
12 Yermin Mercedes
13 Michael Kopech
21 Yermin Mercedes
21A Yermin Mercedes – Autograph
42 Andrew Vaughn
43 Jose Abreu
52 Yermin Mercedes
52A Yermin Mercedes – Autograph
54 Lance Lynn
72 Shane Bieber / Lucas Giolito
79 Carlos Rodon
79A Carlos Rodon – Autograph
124 Nick Madrigal
127 Michael Kopech
148 Carlos Rodon / Dylan Cease
168 Yermin Mercedes / Trevor Rogers
171 Dylan Cease

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2021 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Cincinnati Reds

8 Jonathan India
37 Tyler Naquin
91 Joey Votto
92 Tyler Stephenson
112 Jonathan India
120 Nick Castellanos
149 Joey Votto
149A Joey Votto – Autograph
174 Jesse Winker

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2021 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Cleveland Indians

3 Shane Bieber
47 Shane Bieber
72 Shane Bieber / Lucas Giolito
96 Nolan Ryan / Shane Bieber
134 Jordan Luplow
156 Shane Bieber

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2021 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Colorado Rockies

45 Ryan McMahon
122 Raimel Tapia
142 C.J. Cron / Ryan McMahon
173 Charlie Blackmon

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2021 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Detroit Tigers

1 Miguel Cabrera
1A Miguel Cabrera – Autograph
25 Akil Baddoo
25A Akil Baddoo – Autograph
33 Akil Baddoo
36 Akil Baddoo
36A Akil Baddoo – Autograph
67 Casey Mize
133 Akil Baddoo

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2021 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Houston Astros

114 Cristian Javier
121 Robel Garcia
140 Cristian Javier
178 Jose Altuve

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2021 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Kansas City Royals

9 Kyle Isbel
94 Salvador Perez
111 Salvador Perez
132 Salvador Perez

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2021 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Los Angeles Angels

30 Shohei Ohtani
31 Jared Walsh
68 Shohei Ohtani
96 Nolan Ryan / Shane Bieber
104 Mike Trout
128 Shohei Ohtani
137 Shohei Ohtani

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2021 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Los Angeles Dodgers

4 Cody Bellinger
22 Zach McKinstry
56 Los Angeles Dodgers
103 Julio Urias
163 Matt Beaty / A.J. Pollock
169 Keibert Ruiz

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2021 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Miami Marlins

60 Trevor Rogers
71 Adam Duvall
93 Jorge Alfaro
168 Yermin Mercedes / Trevor Rogers

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2021 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Milwaukee Brewers

76 Corbin Burnes
106 Corbin Burnes

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2021 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Minnesota Twins

20 Jose Berrios
32 Nelson Cruz
83 Max Kepler
119 J.A. Happ
143 Byron Buxton
153 Alex Kirilloff
153A Alex Kirilloff – Autograph
167 Byron Buxton / Ronald Acuna Jr.
180 Nick Gordon

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2021 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – New York Mets

19 Zack Wheeler
35 Jacob deGrom
41 Pete Alonso
51 Jeff McNeil
59 Jacob deGrom
70 Jonathan Villar
88 Jacob deGrom
88A Jacob deGrom – Autograph
97 Marcus Stroman
117 Jacob deGrom
117A Jacob deGrom – GU Ball
144 Jacob deGrom
161 Travis Shaw
166 Gerrit Cole / Jacob deGrom
179 Zack Wheeler

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2021 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – New York Yankees

17 Gary Sanchez
34 Giancarlo Stanton
38 Gerrit Cole
65 Gerrit Cole / David Cone
99 Gerrit Cole
118 Giancarlo Stanton
125 Gerrit Cole
150 Aaron Judge
151 Gerrit Cole
162 Corey Kluber
166 Gerrit Cole / Jacob deGrom
177 Giancarlo Stanton

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2021 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Oakland Athletics

48 Mitch Moreland
105 Oakland Athletics
110 Oakland Athletics
165 Ramon Laureano

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2021 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Philadelphia Phillies

5 Jean Segura
95 Aaron Nola
107 Mickey Moniak
107A Mickey Moniak – Autograph
108 Andrew Knapp
135 Rhys Hoskins

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2021 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Pittsburgh Pirates

2 Ke’Bryan Hayes
2A Ke’Bryan Hayes – Autograph

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2021 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – San Diego Padres

14 Eric Hosmer
24 Ryan Weathers
58 Joe Musgrove
58A Joe Musgrove – Autograph
86 Fernando Tatis Jr.
102 Joe Musgrove
116 Fernando Tatis Jr. / Jake Cronenworth
123 Fernando Tatis Jr.
126 Fernando Tatis Jr.
129 Fernando Tatis Jr.
131 San Diego Padres
157 Yu Darvish
164 Fernando Tatis Jr.

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2021 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – San Francisco Giants

136 Anthony DeSclafani
170 San Francisco Giants

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2021 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Seattle Mariners

23 Taylor Trammell
64 Kyle Seager
87 Ty France
147 Yusei Kikuchi

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2021 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – St. Louis Cardinals

6 Dylan Carlson
6A Dylan Carlson – Autograph
16 Nolan Arenado
49 Dylan Carlson
53 Nolan Arenado
74 Yadier Molina
74A Yadier Molina – Autograph
90 Yadier Molina
101 Paul DeJong
139 Nolan Arenado

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2021 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Tampa Bay Rays

62 Brent Honeywell Jr.
66 Tyler Glasnow

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2021 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Texas Rangers

28 Nate Lowe
40 Nate Lowe
98 Nate Lowe

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2021 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Toronto Blue Jays

27 Bo Bichette
55 Vladimir Guerrero Jr.
55A Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – GU Base
75 Bo Bichette
138 Vladimir Guerrero Jr.
138A Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – Autograph/Auto GU Ball
154 Alejandro Kirk
159 George Springer
160 Randal Grichuk

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2021 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Washington Nationals

39 Juan Soto
84 Max Scherzer / Cy Young
85 Kyle Schwarber
109 Max Scherzer
155 Kyle Schwarber

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