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: 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.

10 2021 Topps Now Baseball Cards with the Highest Print Runs

Print runs are noted for each card.

  1. Wander Franco #402 (1st MLB Hit Comes on Game-Tying 3-Run HR, June 22) – 61,305
  2. Shohei Ohtani #508 (1st Player Ever to Start the MLB All-Star Game as Both a Hitter and a Pitcher, July 13) – 16,064
  3. 649 Major League Baseball (Yankees and White Sox Play 1st MLB at Field of Dreams Game, August 12) – 14,434
  4. Jarred Kelenic #208 (Mariners No. 1 Prospect Makes MLB Debut, May 12) – 13,912
  5. Miguel Cabrera #691 (Joins 500-HR Club in 5-3 Win Over Blue Jays, August 22) – 13,704
  6. Shohei Ohtani #457 (1st Player in MLB History Named an MLB All-Star as DH and P, July 4) – 12,557
  7. Miguel Cabrera #1 (Slugger Belts the First Homer of the 2021 MLB Season, April 1) – 11,821
  8. Shohei Ohtani #677 (Launches MLB Leading 40th HR & Fires a Career-High 8 IP with 8 Ks, August 18) – 10,175
  9. Jarred Kelenic #211 (403 Ft. Homer Is Rookie’s 1st Hit in Three-Hit Night, May 14) – 9,338
  10. John Means #175 (Faces the Minimum in Near-Perfect, 12-K No-Hitter, May 5) – 8,761

10 2021 Topps Now Baseball Cards with the Lowest Print Runs

Print runs are noted for each card.

2021 Topps Now Baseball 385 Adam Duvall
  1. Jorge Alfaro #707 (Cements Extra-Innings Win with Walk-Off Knock, August 25) – 167
  2. Austin Meadows #538 (Connects for Walk-Off, 2-Run Single to Seal Win, July 21) – 171
  3. Starling Marte #861 (Walk-Off Double Cements 2-1 Victory, September 25) – 182
  4. Adam Duvall #385 (2nd Straight 2-HR Game Leads Marlins Win, June 19) – 191
  5. CJ Cron #634 (2 HR, 7 RBI Game Fuels Rockies 13-8 Victory, August 8) – 192
  6. Tampa Bay Rays #756 (Tie Franchise Record with 6 Home Runs to Down Twins 11-4, September 4) – 194
  7. Nelson Cruz #671 (2-HR, 5-RBI Game Cements Big Win Over Orioles, August 17) – 197
  8. Corbin Burnes #522 (Fires 8.1 Shutout IP with 12 Ks in 8-0 Win, July 18) – 203
  9. Elias Diaz #690 (Launches Walk-Off, 3-Run HR to Seal Victory, August 21) – 205
  10. Ryan McMahon #45 (1st 3-HR Game of 2021 Highlights 4-Hit Performance, April 6) – 207

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

2

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

3

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

4

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

5

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

8

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)

9

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

10

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

12

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

13

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

14

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

15

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

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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

23

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

27

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

30

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

2021 Topps Now Baseball Checklist Top

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

6

177 Giancarlo Stanton – HR in 3rd Straight Game Extends Hit Streak to 12 Games – 345
178 Jose Altuve – Launches Go-Ahead, 3-Run HR on 31st Birthday – 297
179 Zack Wheeler – CG SHO, 8 Ks Cap 4-Game Sweep of Brewers – 376
180 Nick Gordon – 1st Twins PLayer Ever with 2 SBs in MLB Debut – 1,247

7

181 Miguel Cabrera – Tigers Slugger Passes Babe Ruth on All-Time Hits List – 885
182 Wade Miley – Twirls 17th No-Hitter in Cincinnati Reds History – 2,491
183 Jack Flaherty – Cardinals Ace Tosses 7 SHO IP, Hits 1st Career HR – 439
184 Pedro Martinez / Carlos Rodon – Incredible Start Ties Hall of Famer’s 2000 Mark – 402
185 Seth Brown – Walk-Off Solo Blast Powers Club to 20th Win of 2021 – 315
186 Willie Mays – “Say Hey!” Giants Celebrate Hall-of-Famer’s 90th Birthday in Style – 1,629

Autographs:

182A Wade Miley – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

8

187 Josh Hader – Becomes Fastest to 400 Ks in MLB History – 363
188 Yordan Alvarez – 100 Career RBI in 114 Games Sets MLB Record – 467
189 Max Scherzer – Becomes 5th Pitcher Ever to Reach 100 Games of 10+ Ks – 531
190 Gleyber Torres – Wills Yankees to Walk-Off Victory with Singles in 9th and 11th Innings – 370
191 Atlanta Braves – Erase 3 Phillies Leads to Seal 12th-Inning, Walk-Off Win – 269

9

192 Major League Baseball – MLB Players Champion the Fight Against Breast Cancer for Mother’s Day – 969
193 Adolis Garcia – Rookie’s 5 RBI Lead Way for Rangers Victory – 443
194 Dane Dunning – Records Career-High 10 Ks in Winning Decision – 467
195 Giancarlo Stanton – RBI Hit Fuels Yankees 2nd Straight Walk-Off Win – 330

10

196 Cedric Mullins – Beats Infield Shift for an Unlikely Triple – 370

11

197 Shohei Ohtani – 3rd Player Ever to Field a Non-Pitcher Position After 10+ Ks in Same Game – 3,091
198 Robbie Grossman – 5 RBI, Walk-Off Single Pave Way for Tigers Win – 377
199 Yusei Kikuchi – Racks Up 11 Strikeouts to Set New Career High – 415
200 Gavin Lux – Go-Ahead, 3-Run HR Cements Dodgers Win – 495

Checklist #101-200 – 243

12

201 Amed Rosario – Caps Series Sweep with Walk-Off Single – 338
202 Gerrit Cole – 2nd Fastest Pitcher in MLB History to 1,500 Ks – 518
203 Shohei Ohtani – Two-Way Star Makes MLB History in Leadoff Spot – 1,774
204 Miguel Cabrera – All-Time Hits Leader for Venezuelan-Born Players – 830
205 Andrew Vaughn – Launches 1st Career Home Run – 2,145
206 Josh Fuentes – Fuels Colorado Rockies Win with Walk-Off Hit – 276

Autographs:

205A Andrew Vaughn – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

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207 Corbin Burnes – Sets MLB Record at 58 Ks Without Issuing a Walk
208 Jarred Kelenic – Mariners No. 1 Prospect Makes MLB Debut
209 Jack Flaherty – 7 Straight Wins Marks Franchise Best Since 2001
210 Will Craig – Launches HR for 1st Career MLB Hit

Autographs:

208A Jarred Kelenic – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

Memorabilia:

207A Corbin Burnes – Purple /39, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (GU Ball)

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211 Jarred Kelenic – 403 Ft. Homer Is Rookie’s 1st Hit in Three-Hit Night – 9,338
212 Brett Phillips – Outfielder’s Walk-Off Single Is Cause for Celebration – 312
213 Gio Urshela – Pinch-Hit 3-Run, Go-Ahead HR Wins Game for Yankees – 333
214 Bobby Dalbec – Fenway Park Curtain-Call for Rookie’s Go-Ahead HR – 1,454
215 Corey Kluber – Veteran Right-Hander Records 1,500th Career Strikeout – 349

Autographs:

211A Jarred Kelenic – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

15

216 Jackie Bradley Jr. – Scales Center-Field Wall to Rob Albies of HR – 295
217 Eduardo Escobar – 2 HRs, 7 RBI Lead 11-4, Blowout Win – 220
218 Jacob Stallings – 2-Run, Walk-Off HR Seals 8-6 Win Over Giants – 281
219 Harold Castro – 10th-Inning, Walk-Off Single Caps 9-8 Win – 278

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220 Aaron Judge – Joins MLB HR Lead (12) with 4th HR in Last 3 Games – 741
221 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – 465-Ft. Shot Marks 3rd Consecutive Game with a HR – 763
222 Shohei Ohtani – 2-Out, Go-Ahead, 2-Run HR in 9th Inning Leads Win – 1,767

17

223 Gerrit Cole – Sets MLB Record at 61 Ks Without Issuing a Walk
224 Albert Pujols – Delivers RBI Single in Dodgers Debut
225 Shohei Ohtani – Crushes MLB-Leading 13th HR in Angels Win

18

226 Nolan Arenado – Homers in 4th Straight Game in Cardinals Win
227 Miguel Sano – Paves Way for Twins Win with 3 HR Night
228 Jorge Polanco – Delivers Walk-Off Single to Cap Twins Victory
229 Spencer Turnbull – Hurls the 5th No-Hitter of the 2021 MLB Season
230 Zack Wheeler / Steve Carlton – Wheeler Joins Legend as Only Phillies SPs with Multiple Games with 10+ Ks, XBH

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231 Fernando Tatis Jr. – Returns with 4-for-4 Performance with HR, 2 2Bs – 1,185
232 Jake Cronenworth – Hits 1st Padres Inside-the-Park Homer in 9 Years – 1,181
233 Randy Arozarena – Clubs 2 HRs, Robs Opposing HR in 9-7 Win – 408
234 Ronald Acuna Jr. – Drills 1st Career Walk-Off Home Run to Beat Mets – 2,345
235 Corey Kluber – Tosses 1st Yankees CG No-Hitter in 21 Years – 1,926
236 Max Scherzer – Claims 19th Place on All-Time Strikeouts List – 434
237 Andres McCutchen – Connects on 250th Career Home Run 492
238 Trevor Rogers – Fastest Marlins Starting Pitcher to 100 Ks – 652

Autographs:

234A Ronald Acuna Jr. – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
235A Corey Kluber – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
237A Andrew McCutchen – Blue /49 (GU Base), Purple /25 (GU Base), Red /10 (GU Base), Orange /5 (GU Base), Gold 1/1 (GU Base)

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239 San Francisco Giants – Plate 19 in Win for the Most Runs Scored in the 2021 Season – 287
240 Trevor Larnach – Twins No. 3 Prospect Hits 1st Career HR – 1,071
241 Albert Pujols – Launches 1st HR with Dodgers – 955
242 J.D. Martinez – Career Blast Number 250 Is a Go-Ahead 2-Run HR – 361

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243 Carlos Rodon / Jordan Montgomery – 1st Time in Modern Era Both SPs Fan 10+ Hitters, Issue 0 BB & Allow 0 ER – 400
244 Ronald Acuna Jr. – Captures Share of MLB HR Lead with Grand Slam – 1,268
245 Jesse Winker – Goes 4-for-4 with 3 HRs to Pave Way for Reds Win
246 New York Yankees – Turn Game-Preserving Triple Play in 9th Inning
247 Gleyber Torres – HR, Walk-Off Single Lift Yankees to 4th Straight Win – 391
248 Atlanta Braves – Score 20 in Win for the Most Runs Scored in the 2021 Season – 434

249 Miguel Cabrera – Go-Ahead Grand Slam Highlights 2 HR, 5 RBI Night – 727
250 Khalil Lee – 1st Big League Hit Is Go-Ahead RBI Double
251 Francisco Mejia – Connects for Go-Ahead Grand Slam in 12th Inning – 263
252 Adolis Garcia – Launches Walk-Off 3-Run HR in Extra-Innings Win – 387
253 Fernando Tatis Jr. – Fastest Shortstop in MLB History to 50 HRs – 1,564

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254 New York Yankees – 4 Straight Stars of 7+ Scoreless IP Marks Yankees 1st Since 1932 – 425
255 Ryan Zimmerman – Passes Tim Raines as Franchise Leader with 948th Run Scored – 454
256 Cesar Hernandez – 10th-Inning, Walk-Off HR Seals 5-3 Win – 224
257 Garrett Cooper – Walk-Off, Two-Run HR Leads 3-1 Win Vs. Mets – 253
258 Rhys Hoskins – Hammers Hanging Cutter for 100th Career HR – 444
259 Adolis Garcia – Red-Hot Rookie’s 2 HRs Pace 8-4 Win Vs. Astros – 367
260 Taylor Walls – Doubles for 1st MLB Hit in 2-Hit Debut – 995

Autographs:

258A Rhys Hoskins – Blue /49 (GU Base), Purple /25 (GU Base), Red /10 (GU Base), Orange /5 (GU Base), Gold 1/1 (GU Base)

23

261 Zack Wheeler – 12 Ks, 7.1 IP Lead Way for Phillies Win – 281
262 Tampa Bay Rays – Clinch Series Win Over Blue Jays for 10th Straight Win – 209
263 Fernando Tatis Jr. – Grand Slam Highlights 2-HR, 6-RBI Game – 3,221
264 Carlos Santana – Launches Walk-Off HR to Capture Series Win – 260
265 Trevor Story – Cements Series Sweep with Walk-Off HR – 481
266 Javier Baez – Connects for Go-Ahead, 2-Run HR in Extra-Innings Win – 368

24

267 Ronald Acuna Jr. / Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – MLB HR Leaders Accomplish Feat Only Done 3 Times in Last 3 Decades – 2,837

25

268 Jacob deGrom – 7 Straight Starts of 1 ER or Less Sets Club Record
269 Rich Hill – Oldest SP Since Randy Johnson with 13+ Ks in a Game
270 Joe West – Sets MLB Record as Ump of 5,376th Regular-Season Games

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271 Jason Vosler – Belts Go-Ahead HR for 1st MLB Blast – 620
272 Manuel Margot – Connects for Walk-Off Hit in Extra Innings
273 James Kaprielian – Twirls Career-High 7 SHO IP in 6-3 Win – 515

27

274 Javier Baez – Do You Believe in “El Mago”? – Baez’s Basepath Trick Scores Run – 3,790
275 Shane Bieber – Fastest Indians Pitcher to 600 Ks After 12-K Gem – 351
276 Jackie Bradley Jr. – Lifts Brewers to Walk-Off Win in Extra Innings – 261
277 Alek Manoah – Tosses 6 Scoreless Innings in MLB Debut – 2,405
278 Adolis Garcia – MLB HR Leader Takes a Home Run Back – 453

28

279 Robbie Grossman – Launches Walk-Off HR in Extra-Innings Win – 392
280 Buster Posey – Belts 3-Run, Go-Ahead HR for Career Number 150 – 527

29

281 Josh Donaldson – Scores 2 Millionth Run in MLB History – 924
282 Zack Wheeler – Racks Up Career-High 14 Ks Over 7 IP – 359
283 Freddy Peralta – 10 Straight Starts of 7+ Ks Marks Brewers 1st – 279
284 Pittsburgh Pirates – Combine for Doubleheader Shutout for 1st Time Since 1976 – 299
285 Fernando Tatis Jr. – 2-Out, Game-Tying, 3-Run HR in 9th Inning Fuels Win – 1,588
286 Albert Pujols / Babe Ruth – Pujols Ties Ruth for 4th on All-Time MLB XBHs List with 1,356 – 1,204
287 Tyler O’Neill – HR in 3rd Straight Game, 3 RBI Fuel 7-4 Win – 360

Autographs:

281A Josh Donaldson – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

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288 Lucas Giolito – Hurls 7 IP, Racks Up 12 Ks in White Sox Victory – 344
289 Albert Pujols – 670th HR Clears Ruth for 3rd on All-Time XBHs List – 1,044

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290 Luis Urias – Connects for 1st Career Walk-Off Hit – 269
291 Triston McKenzie – Sets Club Record with 8 Straight Ks – 733

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2021 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – June

Parallels:

  • Blue – /49
  • Purple – /25
  • Red – /10
  • Orange – /5
  • Gold – 1/1

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292 Clint Frazier – Lifts Yankees to Victory with Walk-Off HR – 343
293 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – Grabs Share of MLB HR Lead (17) in 4-for-4 Game – 1,054
294 Philadelphia Phillies – 7 HRs Tie Franchise Record for Most HRs in a Single Game – 354
295 Josh Reddick – Walk-Off, 2-RBI Double Leads Extra-Innings Win – 232

2

296 Rich Hill / Kevin Gausman – Named AL and NL Pitchers of the Month – 250
297 Marcus Semien / Fernando Tatis Jr. – Named AL and NL Players of the Month – 520
298 Adolis Garcia / Trevor Rogers – Named AL and NL Rookies of the Month – 398
299 Cody Bellinger – 6 RBIs in 1st Inning Sets LA Dodgers Record – 549
300 Los Angeles Dodgers – 11 Run 1st Inning Is Most Since Club Moved to Los Angeles – 401
301 Sean Manaea – Fans 8 En Route to Complete-Game Shutout – 282
302 Major League Baseball – MLB Players Support and Raise Funds for ALC Research on Lou – Gehrig Day – 416

Checklist #201-300 – 148

3

303 Dansby Swanson / Ozzie Albies – Dynamic Duo Both Connect for Their 500th Career Hits – 490
304 Salvador Perez – Launches 2 HRs in Back-to-Back Games – 333
305 Fernando Tatis Jr. – Dashes Home to Score on a Wild Pitch in Padres Win – 955

4

306 Michael King – 103rd PItcher in MLB History to Toss an Immaculate Inning – 403
307 Carlos Correa / Martin Maldanado – Tandem Explodes for a Combined 3 HRs, 9 RBI in Astros Big Win – 300
308 Nick Castellanos – Extends Hit Streak to 20 Games in Red Wins – 662
309 Yasmani Grandal – Game-Tying Blast Highlights 2-for-2, 2-HR Night – 374
310 Yermin Mercedes – Connects for Walk-Off Hit to Cement White Sox Win – 893
311 Shohei Ohtani – 6 IP, 0 BB and 10 Ks Pave Way for Angels Win – 1,267
312 Will Vest – Lays Out to Make Full-Extension, Diving Tag at the Plate – 423
313 Blake Snell – Fans 10 Over 7 IP of 1-Hit Ball in Padres Victory – 313

5

314 Tarik Skubal – Fans a Career-High 11 Batters in Tigers Win – 814
315 Cedric Mullins / Cal Ripken Jr. / Brooks Robinson – Joins Rare Orioles Company as Only Players to Go 5-for-5 or Better with 2 HRs – 421
316 Jacob Stallings – Secures Extra-Innings Win with Walk-Off Knock – 251
317 Kevin Gausman – 7 IP, 10 Ks Pave Way to Giants Victory – 237
318 Jacob deGrom – Owns Lowest ERA (0.62) & WHIP (0.57) in Modren Era Through 1st 9 Starts – 1,379

6

319 J.T. Realmuto – Connects for 100th Career HR – 419
320 Patrick Wisdom – 1st Cubs Player Since 1906 with 7 HRs in 1st 8 Gs – 686
321 Corbin Burnes – Fans a Career-High 13 Batters Over 7 Scoreless IP – 252
322 Jesse Winker – 2nd 3-HR Game of 2021 Makes Reds History – 570
323 Tony LaRussa – Wins 2,764th Game for 2nd Most in MLB History – 619
324 Logan Gilbert – 5 IP, 7 Ks Lead Way for 1st Career Win – 675

Autographs:

319A J.T. Realmuto – Blue /49 (GU Base), Purple /25 (GU Base), Red /10 (GU Base), Orange /5 (GU Base), Gold 1/1 (GU Base)
320A Patrick Wisdom – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

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325 Tyler Glasnow – 1st Pitcher in Modern Era to Record 10+ Ks Through 1st 6 Home Starts
326 Brandon Crawford – 1,326th Game at Shortstop Sets Giants Record
327 Mike Tauchman – Belts 1st Career Grand Slam to Fuel Comeback Win
328 Robbie Ray – Fans Season-High 13 Over 6.1 Innings Pitched
329 Shohei Ohtani – Launches Furthest HR of Career at 470 Ft.

9

330 Brock Holt – Walk-Off Single Leads Way for Extra-Innings Win – 257
331 Justin Turner – Provides All the Offense with 2 HRs in Win – 246
332 Luke Williams – 1st Phillies Player to Hit Walk-Off HR in 1st Start – 2,030
333 Jake Fraley – Commits Walk-Off HR Robbery to Force Extra Innings – 218

Autographs:

332A Luke Williams – Base /99, Blue /49 (GU Base), Purple /25 (GU Base), Red /10 (GU Base), Orange /5 (GU Base), Gold 1/1 (GU Base)

10

334 Zack Wheeler – Fans 12 Over 7 Scoreless IP to Lead Phillies Win – 314
335 Jean Segura – Lifts Phillies to 2nd Straight Walk-Off Win – 274
336 Josh Donaldson / Nelson Cruz – Donaldson’s 2-Run HR Ties It, Cruz’s 2-Run Walk-Off HR Seals 9th-Inning Comeback – 373
337 Jorge Soler – Connects for 100th Career HR in Royals Win – 270

11

338 Anthony Rizzo – Crushes Game-Tying HR on the 14th Pitch of At Bat – 720
339 Aaron Civale – Captures Share of MLB Win Lead with 9th Victory – 315
340 Jacob deGrom – 1st P to Have More RBI (5) Than ER (4) in Any 10-Start Span of an MLB Season – 1,454
341 Anthony Desclafani – Fans 8 in His 2nd Complete-Game SHO of the Season – 279
342 Alex Verdugo – Stamps Come-Back Win with Walk-Off Knock – 271
343 Elvis Andrus – Hits a Walk-Off Single to Cement Club Win – 246
344 Clayton Kershaw – 36th Start with 9+ Ks and 0 BBs Marks 2nd Most in MLB History – 488

Autographs:

340A Jacob deGrom – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

12

345 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. / Cavan Biggio / Bo Bichette – 1st Time Trio All Hit HRs in the Same MLB Game – 2,248
346 Matt Chapman / Matt Olson – Combine for 7 Hits & 7 RBI in Oakland Athletics Big Win – 309
347 Jean Segura – Lifts Phillies to 3rd Straight Walk-Off Win – 309
348 Joey Votto – Moves to 5th Place on Reds All-Time Hits List – 465
349 Andy Burns – 1st Position Player to Pitch & Have 1st-Career Hit – 335

13

350 Fernando Tatis Jr. – Go-Ahead Grand Slam Seals Padres Win – 1,721
351 Toronto Blue Jays – Connect for the Most HRs by a Visiting Team at Fenway Park (8) – 1,216
352 Randy Arozarena – Belts 1st Career Grand Slam in Rays Win – 485

14

353 Kyle Schwarber – 4th HR in Last 3 Days Leads Way to Victory – 270
354 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – Extends MLB Lead with HRs in 4 Straight Games – 1,040
355 Rafael Devers – Delivers Walk-Off Knock to Earn Series Split – 306
356 Brandon Crawford – Fastest Giants SS to Hit 15 HRs in a Season – 268

15

357 Rafael Devers – Reaches 500th Career Hits with 90th Career HR – 367
358 Fernando Tatis Jr. / Cody Bellinger – Only Players at Age 22 or Younger with 20+ HRs in 1st 51 Games of a Season – 680
359 Taijuan Walker – Fans a Career-High 12 Over 7 IP in Mets Win – 291
360 Paul Goldschmidt – Lifts Cardinals with Game-Tying Hit, Walk-Off HR – 327
361 Jose Altuve – Stamps Astros Win with Walk-Off Grand Slam – 315
362 Mike Yastrzemski – Belts Go-Ahead Grand Slam to Cement Epic Comeback – 414
363 Julio Urias – 5th Straight Game with RBI Ties Drysdale for Longest Streak by a Dodgers P – 262

16

364 Yadier Molina – Lifts Cardinals to 2nd Straight Walk-Off Win – 358
365 Tyler Mahle – 6 IP, 12 Ks Pave Way for Reds 6th Straight Win – 315
366 Yasmani Grandal – Seals Rubber-Match Win with Walk-Off Knock – 265
367 Fernando Tatis Jr. – 477-Ft. Blast Marks the Longest HR of Career – 1,430
368 Charlie Blackmon – Walk-Off Single Cements Sweep of San Diego – 257
369 Ramon Laureano – Robs HR, Launches HR in 1st Game Back from IL – 288
370 Christian Arroyo – Crushes Go-Ahead Grand Slam in Red Sox Win – 375

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371 New York Yankees – 1-3-6-2-5-6 Triple Play Marks 1st in MLB History – 846
372 Aaron Judge – Leaping SNag Robs Biggio of a 2-Run HR – 907
373 Houston Astros – 10 Consecutive Multi-HR Games Ties the 2019 Orioles for MLB Record – 224
374 Matt Manning – Tigers No. 3 Prospect Makes MLB Debut – 1,075
375 Kyle Seager – Connects for Walk-Off Single to Cement Win – 269
376 Eric Hosmer / Victor Caratini – 2-Run HR Ties It, Walk-Off HR Seals 9th-Inning Comeback – 452

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377 Yan Gomes – Walk-Off Single Seals 1-0 Win Over Mets – 327
378 Yordan Alvarez – 1st Career Walk-Off Hit Leads Astros Win – 363
379 Shohei Ohtani – Joins MLB HR Race with 21st Blast in 2-HR Game – 2,076
380 C.J. Cron – Walk-Off Single Caps Extra-Innings Win – 277

Autographs:

378A Yordan Alvarez – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

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381 Francisco Lindor – 2 HRs, 5 RBI Power Mets Win in Game 1 of DH – 479
382 Cedric Mullins – Launches 2 HRs in Back-to-Back Games – 385
383 Ryan Mountcastle – 2nd Rookie in Orioles History with a 3-HR Game – 1,410
384 Rhys Hoskins – 2 HRs Highlight 1st Career 6-RBI Game in Win – 295
385 Adam Duvall – 2nd Straight 2-HR Game Leads Marlins Win – 191
386 Ha-Seong Kim – Late-Game, Go-Ahead 2-Run HR Cements Victory – 1,500
387 Walker Buehler – Carries No-Hit Bid Into the 8th Inning, Fans 11 – 307
388 J.P. Crawford – Crushes Grand Slam, Scores Game-Winning Run – 288
389 Mitch Haniger – Walk-Off Single Seals Extra-Innings Win – 275

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390 Kyle Schwarber – Ties MLB Record with 5 HRs in 2 Games – 498
391 New York Yankees – Record-Tying 3rd Triple Play of the Season Closes Out Win – 609
392 Adam Wainwright – 11-K, 7-Inning CG Paves Way for Cardinals Win – 363
393 Ronald Acuna Jr. – Connects for 100th Career Home Run – 2,234
394 Shohei Ohtani – Joins MLB HR Lead (23) with 4th HR in Last 3 Games – 1,788
395 Shed Long Jr. – Launches Walk-Off Grand Slam to Seal Win – 437
396 Major League Baseball – Players Celebrate Father’s Day by Wearing Blue Gear – 380

Autographs:

393A Ronald Acuna Jr. – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

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397 Jacob deGrom – Makes MLB History with 12th Straight Start Allowing 1 ER or Fewer – 1,465
398 Yu Darvish – Fastest Pitcher to 1,500 Ks in MLB History – 1,316
399 Miguel Sano – 12th Inning HR Caps Twins Walk-Off Win

22

400 Bryce Harper – Launches Solo HR for 500th Career Extra-Base Hit – 1,149
401 Charlie Morton – 7 IP, 11 Ks Pave Way to 100th Career Win – 861
402 Wander Franco – 1st MLB Hit Comes on Game-Tying 3-Run HR – 61,305

Checklist #301-400

Autographs:

402A Wander Franco – Base /99 (GU Base), Blue /49 (GU Base), Purple /25 (GU Base), Red /10 (GU Base), Orange /5 (GU Base), Gold 1/1 (GU Base)

23

403 Luke Voit – Lifts Yankees to Victory with Walk-Off Hit – 283
404 Houston Astros – Home Run Surge Fuels 10th Straight Victory – 237
405 Adolis Garcia – Rookie’s 2 HRs Ignite Rangers Victory – 327
406 Jake Cronenworth – 3 Straight Games with a HR Power In-Division Sweep – 1,375

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407 Tony Santillan – Racks Up 8 Ks in 6 IP to Earn 1st MLB Win – 538
408 Kyle Schwarber – 7th Player Ever with 8 HRs in 5-Game Span – 526
409 Chicago Cubs – 4 Pitchers Throw 1st Combined No-Hitter in Cubs History – 1,405

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410 Fernando Tatis Jr. – Padres Phenom Has First Career 3-Homer Game – 3,067
411 Dustin Pedroia – Former MVP Honored with Retirement Ceremony at Fenway Park – 594
412 Shohei Ohtani – 453-Foot Blast Is Hardest Hit Leadoff HR in Statcast Era – 1,698
413 Willy Adames – Two-Run HR in Bottom of Ninth Saves Game for Brewers – 273
414 Aaron Nola – 10 Consecutive Ks Ties Seaver’s 51-Year-Old Record – 847
415 Dominic Smith – Walkoff RBI Single Wins Game 1 vs. Phi – 320

Autographs:

411A Dustin Pedroia – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
414A Aaron Nola – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

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416 Jacob deGrom – Mets Ace Sets Record for Lowest ERA Through June in MLB History – 839
417 Vladimir Guerrero / Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – Father/Son Combo Step for Step at 50th Career HR Plateau – 1,814
418 Cody Bellinger – Leads Dodgers to Victory with Walk-Off HR – 383
419 Julio Urias – Strikes Out 12 in 5.1 Innings – 351
420 Eduardo Escobar – Goes 4 for 5 with a HR, Double and 5 RBI – 266
421 Curt Casali – Walk-Off Double Gives Giants Win in 10th Inning – 294

Autographs:

417A Vladimir Guerrero / Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

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422 Max Kranick – 1st Pitcher to Toss 5+ Perfect IP in MLB Debut – 1,493
423 Akil Baddoo / Robbie Grossman – Duo Executes Squeeze Play to Seal Tigers Walk-Off Victory – 575
424 Clayton Kershaw – 8 IP, 13 Ks Pave Way for Dodgers Win – 324

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425 Kyle Schwarber – 11 HRs in Last 9 Games Ties MLB Record – 809
426 Nick Castellanos – Grand Slam Highlights 7-RBI Night in Reds Win – 521
427 Luis Urias – Recovers from Shift to Make Acrobatic Tag – 287

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428 Kyle Schwarber – HR Streak Continues, Ties Another MLB Record – 753
429 Shohei Ohtani – Jumps to Top of MLB Leaderboard with 2-HR Game – 2,918
430 Gavin Sheets – 2-for-4, 2-RBI Debut Paves Way for White Sox Win – 1,110
431 Josh Hader – Moves to 20-for-20 in Save Opportunities – 265
432 German Marquez – Tosses Complete-Game Shutout to Seal Win – 250

30

433 Trea Turner – Hits for Third Career Cycle on 28th Birthday – 871
434 Joey Votto – Launches Solo HR for 1,000th Career RBI – 1,726
435 Trent Grisham – Grand Slam Highlights 2-HR Night in Padres Win – 470
436 Gavin Sheets – White Sox No. 9 Prospect Belts 1st Career HR – 985
437 Ozzie Albies – 2-HR, 7-RBI Game Fuels 20-2 Win Over the Mets – 418
438 Jared Walsh – Game-Tying Grand Slam Powers 9th-Inning Comeback – 486

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July

2021 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – July

Parallels:

  • Blue – /49
  • Purple – /25
  • Red – /10
  • Orange – /5
  • Gold – 1/1
2021 Topps Now Baseball 452 Shohei Ohtani

1

439 Rafael Devers / Danny Santana – Tandem Combines for 6 Hits and 10 RBI in Red Sox Big Win – 232
440 Joey Gallo – 5th Straight Game with HR Highlights 3-for-3 Night – 258
441 Freddie Freeman – Walk-Off Single Seals Win Over Mets – 349
442 Tyler Stephenson – Walk-Off Knock Cements Reds Comeback Win – 793
443 Elias Diaz – Connects for 3-Run, Walk-Off HR – 243

2

444 Shohei Ohtani / Kyle Schwarber – Named AL and NL Players of the Month – 1,761
445 Sean Manea / Jacob deGrom – Named AL and NL Pitchers of the Month – 481
446 Ryan Mountcastle / Patrick Wisdom – Named AL and NL Rookies of the Month – 465
447 Los Angeles Dodgers – Reigning World Series Champions Visit the White House – 1,352
448 Brad Miller – Belts Walk-Off HR to Seal Extra-Innings Win – 358
449 Alek Manoah – 43 Ks Through 1st 7 Starts Marks Blue Jays Franchise Record – 772
450 Milwaukee Brewers – 3 HRs Power Way to Club’s 10th Straight Victory – 228
451 Jake Burger – Goes 2-for-4 with Run Scored in MLB Debut – 887
452 Shohei Ohtani – Launches 2 HRs, Scores Game Winning Run – 4,433
453 Jared Walsh – Cements Victory with Walk-Off Knock – 358
454 Jake Fraley – Walk-Off Single Stamps Extra-Innings Win – 339

3

455 Eric Haase – Inside-the-Park HR Leads 2-HR, 6-RBI Outburst – 541
456 Oakland Athletics – 3-Run 12th Inning Fuels Walk-Off Win Over Red Sox – 236

4

457 Shohei Ohtani – 1st Player in MLB History Named an MLB All-Star as DH and P – 12,557
458 Manny Machado – 2 HRs, 5 RBI Power Padres to Victory – 487
459 Max Fried – 1st Braves P to Record a Pinch-Hit, Walk-Off RBI – 595
460 Elias Diaz – Caps Colorado Rockies Win with Walk-Off Single – 275
461 Juan Lagares – Connects for Walk-Off, 2-Run Double – 242
462 Chad Green – Immaculate Inning Highlights Perfect Outing in Yankees Win – 446

5

463 Bailey Ober – 5 Scoreless Innings with 7 Ks Lead Way for 1st Career Win – 572
464 Ben Gamel – 2 HRs, 6 RBI Power Way for Pirates Big Win – 305
465 Fernando Tatis Jr. – Clubs Hardest Hit Homer of Career at 116 MPH – 1,688

6

466 Bryce Harper – 3-Run HR Highlights 5-Hit Barrage in Phillies Win – 579
467 Yordan Alvarez – 2 HRs, 5 RBI Power Astros to Victory – 263
468 Salvador Perez – Walk-Off Knock Seals 9th-Inning Comeback Win – 318
469 Luke Voit – Tallies a Career-High 5 Hits in Yankees Big Win – 266

7

470 Vidal Brujan – Rays No. 2 Prospect Shines in MLB Debut – 2,422
471 Joey Gallo – Launches 10th HR in Last 10 Games – 298
472 Jacob deGrom – 2nd Fastest Pitcher to 1,500 Ks in MLB History – 958
473 Jeff McNeil – Walk-Off Knock Cements 1st Game of Doubleheader – 342
474 Tampa Bay Rays – 5 Pitchers Combine to Toss 7-Inning No-Hitter – 319
475 Shohei Ohtani / Hideki Matsui – Leaps Matsui for Most HRs in a Season (32) by a Japanese-Born Player – 5,612
476 Jesus Aguilar – Belts Walk-Off, 3-Run HR to Seal Marlins Win – 213

Autographs:

470A Vidal Brujan – Base /99 (GU Base), Blue /49 (GU Base), Purple /25 (GU Base), Red /10 (GU Base), Orange /5 (GU Base), Gold 1/1 (GU Base)

8

477 Logan Gilbert – Fans Career-High 8 Batters Over 7 Scoreless IP – 771
478 Franmil Reyes – Launches Walk-Off, 3-Run Blast – 332
479 Fernando Tatis Jr. – 28 HRs Before MLB All-Star Game Break Marks Shortstop Record – 357
480 Brad Miller – 3 HRs, 5 RBI Power Phillies to Series Win – 504
481 Trent Grisham – Walk-Off Single Completes Largest Comeback in Padres History – 2,060

9

482 Pete Alonso / Francisco Lindor – Mets Duo Combines for 2 HRs & 7 RBI in 6th Inning Outburst – 529
483 Bobby Bradley – HR Lifts Indians to 2nd Straight Walk-Off Win – 354
484 Shohei Ohtani – 1st AL Player to Hit 16 HRs Over Any 21-Game Span – 5,722
485 Mitch Haniger – Belts Go-Ahead Grand Slam for 20th HR of Season – 411

10

486 Brandon Nimmo – Elevates to Make Spectacular HR-Robbing Grab – 419
487 Gerrit Cole – Fans 12 Over Complete-Game Shutout Win – 475
488 Los Angeles Dodgers – 8 HRs, 2 Grand Slams & 21 Hits Pave Way for 22-Run Barrage in Dodgers Win – 762

11

489 Pablo Lopez – Fans 1st 9 Batters to Set New MLB Record – 443
490 Jose Altuve – Walk-Off, 3-Run HR Caps 6-Run 9th Inning – 459
491 Jorge Polanco – Seals Extra-Innings Win with Walk-Off, 3-Run HR – 307
492 David Fletcher – 4-for-5, 4-RBI Day Extends Hits Streak to 24 Games – 291
493 Max Muncy – Lifts Dodgers to Win with Walk-Off, 3-Run HR – 316
494 Jasson Dominguez – 2nd Youngest Player to Appear in SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game – 4,672
495 Brennen Davis – 2-for-3, 2 HRs Earn SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game MVP Honors – 1,474

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496 Shohei Ohtani – 2021 T-Mobile Home Run Derby Participant – 4,466
497 Juan Soto – 2021 T-Mobile Home Run Derby Participant – 668
498 Salvador Perez – 2021 T-Mobile Home Run Derby Participant – 560
499 Pete Alonso – 2021 T-Mobile Home Run Derby Participant – 1,088
500 Joey Gallo – 2021 T-Mobile Home Run Derby Participant – 421
501 Trevor Story – 2021 T-Mobile Home Run Derby Participant – 431
502 Matt Olson – 2021 T-Mobile Home Run Derby Participant – 473
503 Trey Mancini – 2021 T-Mobile Home Run Derby Participant – 624
504 Pete Alonso – 2021 T-Mobile Home Run Derby Champion – 2,856
505 Pete Alonso / Ken Griffey Jr. – “Polar Bear” Defends Title Where Griffey Jr.’s Home Run Derby Legend Began – 1,391
506 Steve Aoki – 2021 MLB All-Star Celebrity Softball Game – 1,047
507 Pete Alonso / Dave Jauss – Jauss Helps Lift Alonso to Back-to-Back T-Mobile Home Run Derby Titles – 1,016

Checklist #401-500 – 334

Autographs

504A Pete Alonso – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
505A Pete Alonso / Ken Griffey Jr. – Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
506D Steve Aoki – Red /10 (GU AS Celebrity Softball), Orange /5 (GU AS Celebrity Softball), Gold 1/1 (GU AS Celebrity Softball)
507A Pete Alonso / Dave Jauss – Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

Memorabilia

496A Shohei Ohtani – Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (HR Derby Ball)
497A Juan Soto – Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (HR Derby Ball)
498A Salvador Perez – Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (HR Derby Ball)
499A Pete Alonso – Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (HR Derby Ball)
500A Joey Gallo – Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (HR Derby Ball)
501A Trevor Story – Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (HR Derby Ball)
502A Matt Olson – Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (HR Derby Ball)
503A Trey Mancini – Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (HR Derby Ball)
506A Steve Aoki – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25 (AS Celebrity Softball Game Ball)

Home Run Derby Socks:

HRD-1A Pete Alonso – Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
HRD-2A Trey Mancini – Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
HRD-3A Juan Soto – Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
HRD-4A Trevor Story – Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

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508 Shohei Ohtani – 1st Player Ever to Start the MLB All-Star Game as Both a Hitter and a Pitcher – 16,064
509 Jared Walsh – Sliding Grab Seals 8th Straight AL Win in MLB All-Star Game – 950
510 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – Becomes Youngest MLB All-Star Game MVP in History – 3,464

Variations:

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508 Shohei Ohtani – batting on front /17

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Autographs:

508A Shohei Ohtani – Base /99 (GU Base), Blue /49 (GU Base), Purple /25 (GU Base), Red /10 (GU Base), Orange /5 (GU Base), Gold 1/1 (GU Base)
510A Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25 (GU Base), Red /10 (GU Base), Orange /5 (GU Base), Gold 1/1 (GU Base)

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511 Jake Cronenworth – 3rd Cycle in Padres History Leads 24-8 Rout – 3,022
512 Wil Myers – 2 HRs, 7 RBI Pace Club in History-Making Win – 618
513 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – MLB All-Star Game MVP Reaches 30 HRs in 2-HR Game – 798
514 Jed Lowrie – 2-Run Walk-Off HR Completes 9th-Inning Comeback – 269

Autographs:

511A Jake Cronenworth – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

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515 Miguel Cabrera – Seals Doubleheader Sweep with Walk-Off Knock – 467
516 Jacob Stallings – Walk-Off Grand Slam Fuels Pirates Win – 316
517 Jarren Duran – Rips 1st MLB Hit on 1st Pitch vs. Gerrit Cole in Debut – 2,668
518 Max Fried – 3-for-3, 2 RBI Back 7 SHO IP in Braves Win – 352
519 Max Muncy – 2 HRs, 5 RBI Lift Dodgers to 9-2 Win – 230

18

520 Carlos Rodon – 2nd Start of 10+ Ks, 1 Hit Allowed or Fewer Matches White Sox Record – 275
521 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – Becomes Fastest Player in Club History to 31 HRs – 1,284
522 Corbin Burnes – Fires 8.1 Shutout IP with 12 Ks in 8-0 Win – 203
523 Alex Reyes – 24th Straight Save to Open Career Sets Record – 645
524 Alcides Escobar – Walk-Off Single Seals 8-7 Comeback Win – 271
525 JT Realmuto – 10th-Inning HR Cements 4-2 Win – 340
526 Charlie Blackmon – HR Spurs Team to MLB Leading 10th Walk-Off Win – 222

19

527 Juan Soto – 2-HR Day Gives Him 5 HRs in Last 4 Games – 623
528 Jon Lester – 2-for-3, 2 RBI & HR Support 7 SHO IP in Club’s Win – 336
529 Jarren Duran – Connects for 1st Career HR in Red Sox Victory – 2,087
530 New York Mets – Launch 7 HRs En Route to 15-11 Victory Over Reds – 460
531 Gavin Sheets – Seals 2nd Game of Doubleheader with Walk-Off HR – 774

Autographs:

529A Jarren Duran – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

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532 Brandon Marsh – Swipes 2nd Base to Record 1st Career Stolen Base – 678
533 Estevan Florial – Launches 1st Career HR in Yankees Win – 1,628
534 Chicago Cubs – 6-Run 9th Inning Seals Comeback Victory – 286
535 Connor Joe – Belts 1st Career HR Exactly 1 Year After Cancer-Free Diagnosis – 253
536 Josiah Gray – Dodgers Top Pitching Prospect Fans 7 in MLB Debut – 972
537 Will Smith – Pinch-Hit, 3-Run, Walk-Off HR Caps Comeback Win – 351

21

538 Austin Meadows – Connects for Walk-Off, 2-Run Single to Seal Win – 171
539 Marcus Stroman – Fires 8 Scoreles IP of 1-Hit Ball to Lift Mets to 7-0 Victory – 327
540 Ryan LaMarre – Pinch-Hit, Walk-Off Hit Cements Extra-Innings Win – 351
541 Yadier Molina – Delivers Walk-Off, Ground Rule Double to Secure Extra-Innings Victory – 330

22

542 Fernando Tatis Jr. – Fastest Player in AL & NL History to 50 HRs & 50 SBs – 4,250
543 Dylan Carlson – 1st Cardinals Rookie with 3-XBH Game Since Pujols – 1,096
544 Sean Manaea – Career-High, 13-K Outing Sets Up Athletics Win – 280

23

545 Bryce Harper – Swipes a Career-High Three Bases in Phillies Win – 395
546 Pete Alonso – 2 HRs, 3 RBI Provide All of the Offense in Win – 554
547 Rafael Devers – Connects for Career HRs No. 99 & 100 – 639
548 Nelson Cruz – Launches HR in 1st Game with New Club – 265
549 Yusei Kikuchi – Fans a Career-High 12 Batters to Set Up Mariners Victory – 367
550 Cal Raleigh – Mariners No. 6 Prospect Belts 1st Career HR – 838

Autographs:

547A Rafael Devers – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

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551 George Springer – Robs Nimmo of Extra-Bases with Superhuman Catch – 491
552 Patrick Sandoval – Falls 2 Outs Shy of No-Hitter with 13-K Gem – 243
553 Albert Pujols – Leaps Beltre for Most GP by Dominican-Born Player – 359

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554 Adam Frazier – Acquired by Padres from Pirates – 565

26

555 Jorge Soler – Goes Back-to-Back Nights with 2 HRs – 270
556 Shohei Ohtani – Records K, RBI-Hit, SB and Run Scored All in 1st Inning – 4,294
557 Javier Baez – Walk-Off Hit Seals Win in Series Opener – 530
558 Andrew McCutchen – Launches Walk-Off, 3-Run Home Run – 417
559 Max Kepler – Walk-Off Knock Guides Twins to Extra-Innings Win – 246
560 Dylan Moore – Grand Slam Completes 7-Run, Comeback Win – 447

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561 Bryce Harper – Connects for 1st Career Inside-the-Park HR – 608
562 Austin Riley – 2-HR, 6-RBI Night Powers Braves to 12-5 Win – 289
563 Joey Votto – 5th HR in Last 4 Games Fuels Reds Victory – 1,077
564 Eloy Jimenez – 1st HR of 2021 Lifts White Sox to 5-3 Victory – 436
565 Miguel Cabrera / Eric Haase – Duo Paves Way for Tigers Comeback, Extra-Innings Win – 535

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566 Ryan Jeffers – 2-HR Day Fuels Career-High 6 RBI – 520
567 Starling Marte / Jesus Luzardo – Marte Acquired by Athletics from Marlins for Luzardo – 324
568 Eduardo Escobar – Acquired by Brewers from Diamondbacks – 248
569 Joey Gallo – Acquired by Yankees from Rangers – 570
570 Joey Votto – Joins Reds History with 7 HRs Over 5-Game Span – 921
571 Michael A. Taylor – Walk-Off Knock Lifts Royals to Extra-Innings Win – 278
572 Walker Buehler – 7 SHO IP, 8 Ks & RBI-Hit Highlight 27th Birthday – 356

Autographs:

570A Joey Votto – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

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573 Anthony Rizzo – Acquired by Yankees from Cubs – 1,000
574 Kyle Schwarber – Acquired by Red Sox from Washington Nationals – 485
575 Brad Miller – Walk-Off Slam Seals Game Two of Doubleheader – 414
576 Joey Votto – HR in 6 Straight Games Sets Franchise Record – 990
577 Shohei Ohtani – 1st Player in MLB History with 37-Plus HRs & 15 SBs Before August 1 – 2,638

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578 Max Scherzer / Trea Turner – Acquired by Dodgers from Washington Nationals – 650
579 Craig Kimbrel – Acquired by White Sox from Cubs – 450
580 Jose Berrios – Acquired by Blue Jays from Twins – 479
581 Javier Baez – Acquired by Mets from Cubs – 985
582 Kris Bryant – Acquired by Giants from Cubs – 832
583 Santiago Espinal – Bare-Handed Snag Seals 1st Game Back in Toronto – 560
584 Anthony Rizzo – Launches HR in 1st Game with New Club – 1,314
585 Joey Votto – Connects for HR in 7th Straight Game – 1,059
586 Jarred Kelenic – 3-Run HR Highlights Career-High, 4-RBI Night – 904
587 Asdrubal Cabrera – Walk-Off Knock Cements Extra-Innings Win – 328

Autographs:

584A Anthony Rizzo – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

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588 Anthony Rizzo – Belts HR in Back-to-Back Nights with New Club – 1,049
589 Wander Franco – Go-Ahead Triple Lifts Rays Into 1st in AL East Division – 2,693
590 Jonah Heim – Walk-Off, 2-Run HR Seals Extra-Innings Thriller – 588
591 Javier Baez – Launches HR in 1st Game with New Club – 1,066
592 Brandon Drury – Connects for Walk-Off Single in Extra-Innings Win – 377
593 Seby Zavala – 1st 3 Career HRs in Same Game Makes MLB History – 1,045
594 Dansby Swanson – Career-High 7 RBI Paves Way for Braves Win – 425

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August

2021 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – August

Parallels:

  • Blue – /49
  • Purple – /25
  • Red – /10
  • Orange – /5
  • Gold – 1/1

1

595 Rafael Ortega – Ties Cubs Franchise Record with 3-HR Game – 476
596 Yadiel Hernandez – Walk-Off HR Cements Victory – 599
597 Jose Berrios – Fans 7 Over 6 Scoreless IP in Blue Jays Debut – 437
598 Max Schrock – 5-for-5 Game with a HR Leads Reds to Victory – 746
599 Kris Bryant – Belts HR in 1st Game with New Club – 1,772
600 Brian Goodwin – Connects for Walk-Off HR to Seal Win – 456
601 Yadier Molina – Passes Pujols for 4th All-Time in Cardinals Hits – 1,005
602 Jonah Heim – Consecutive Walk-Off HRs Sets Rangers Record – 631
603 Daulton Jefferies – Oakland Athletics No. 4 Prospect Earns 1st Career Win – 528

Checklist #501-600

Autographs:

599A Kris Bryant – Base /99 (Auto Base), Blue /49 (Auto Base), Purple /25 (Auto Base), Red /10 (Auto Hat), Orange /5 (Auto Hat), Gold 1/1 (Auto Hat)
602A Jonah Heim – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

2

604 Shohei Ohtani / Joey Votto – Named AL and NL Players of the Month – 2,347
605 Jameson Taillon / Walker Buehler – Named AL and NL Pitchers of the Month – 364
606 Eric Haase / Jonathan India – Named AL and NL Rookies of the Month – 747
607 Jose Ramirez – Connects for 150th Career HR – 380
608 Courageous Cat – Receives MVP Chants in the Bronx – 3,836

3

609 Lucas Gil – Yankees No. 6 Prospect Twirls Gem in MLB Debut – 1,454
610 Nick Neidert – Marlins No. 9 Prospect Earns 1st Career Win – 611
611 Jo Adell – Goes 3-for-4 with 3 RBI in 2021 Debut – 2,160

4

612 Yan Gomes / Matt Olson – RBI Single Ties It, Walk-Off Double Seals Extra-Innings Win – 229
613 George Springer – 3rd Leadoff HR in Last 5 Games Highlights 4-for-5, 3-RBI Day – 352
614 Anthony Rizzo – 1st Yankees Player to Record RBI in 1st 6 Games – 847
615 Javier Baez – “El Mago” Escapes Tag at Home with Incredible Swin Move – 700
616 Max Scherzer – Fans 10 Over 7 IP to Earn Win in Dodgers Debut – 1,518

5

617 Bryce Harper – Connects for 250th Career HR – 1,174
618 Joey Votto – Joins Robinson as Only Reds Player to Hit 10 HRs in a 10-Game Span – 679
619 Bo Bichette – 3rd SS in Blue Jays History with a 20+ HR Season – 767
620 Joey Gallo – Belts Go-Ahead, 3-Run Blast for 1st Yankees HR – 630
621 Daniel Lynch – Royals No. 2 Prospect Fans Career-High 7 Batters in 3-2 Win – 547

Autographs:

617A Bryce Harper – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

6

622 Mike Moustakas – Goes 3-for-4 with 3 Doubles in Return from IL – 326
623 Brett Gardner – Walk-Off Knock Cements Extra-Innings Win – 367
624 Rowdy Tellez – Seals Extra-Innings Win with Walk-Off Single – 276
625 Starling Marte – Launches Walk-Off, 3-Run HR – 300

7

626 Carlos Rodon – 11 Ks Over 5 Scoreless IP Guide White Sox to Win – 253
627 Marcus Semien – Launches 1st Career Walk-Off HR – 254
628 Jesse Winker – 6-RBI Game Fuels Reds 11-3 Victory – 367
629 Josiah Gray – Racks Up 10 Strikeouts to Set New Career High – 753
630 Yu Darvish – 12 Ks, 7 IP Pace Padres Win – 407

8

631 Zack Wheeler – Retires 22 Straight En Route to 11-K, CG SHO – 654
632 Brett Phillips – Go-Ahead Grand Slam Highlights 2-HR, 5-RBI Day – 306
633 George Springer – Clutch, Go-Ahead, 3-Run HR Cements Series Win – 354
634 CJ Cron – 2 HR, 7 RBI Game Fuels Rockies 13-8 Victory – 192
635 Blake Snell – 13 Ks Over 7 Scoreless IP Caps Series Finale – 310
636 Eloy Jimenez – 2-HR, 5-RBI Night Paves Way for Sweep Over Cubs – 400

Autographs:

631A Zack Wheeler – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

9

637 Eloy Jimenez – 1st Player in White Sox History to Have Back-to-Back 5 RBI Games – 823
638 New York Yankees / Kansas City Royals – Back-and-Forth, Extra-Innings Battle Makes MLB History – 504

Autographs:

637A Eloy Jimenez – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

11

639 Cody Bellinger – Longball in 13-Pitch At-Bat Highlights 2-HR Game – 373
640 Adam Wainwright – Tosses a Complete-Game Shutout on Just 88 Pitches – 532
641 Boston Red Sox – Offense Explodes for 19 Hits and 20 Runs in Win Over Rays – 299
642 Ozzie Albies – Walk-Off HR Gives Braves a Share of NL East Division Lead – 386
643 Corbin Burnes – Ties MLB Record with 10 Consecutive Strikeouts in 15-K Gem – 528
644 Alek Manoah – 11-K Outing Ties a Blue Jays Rookie Record – 810

Autographs:

644A Alek Manoah – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

12

645 Wander Franco – Hits Unbelievable HR Off Green Monster – 2,216
646 Luis Urias – Ties MLB Record with Five Extra-Base Hits – 1,048
647 Manny Pina – First Career Grand Slam and 2-Run HR Contribute to 17-4 Victory – 974
648 Pete Alonso – Walk-Off HR Seals Sweep of Washington Nationals – 1,354
649 Major League Baseball – Yankees and White Sox Play 1st MLB at Field of Dreams Game – 14,434
650 Jose Abreu – Makes MLB History with First Ever HR in Iowa – 2,288
651 Aaron Judge – Gets Lost in the Corn Maze with 2 HRs and 5 RBI – 2,456
652 Eloy Jimenez – Hits Go-Ahead, 3-Run HR into the Cornfield – 1,929
653 Giancarlo Stanton – 9th-Inning HR Gives Yankees Late Lead – 1,579
654 Tim Anderson – Dream Ending: Walk-Off HR Seals Win – 3,794

Autographs:

650A Jose Abreu – Blue /49 (GU Field of Dreams Game Base), Purple /25 (GU Field of Dreams Game Base), Red /10 (GU Field of Dreams Game Base), Orange /5 (GU Field of Dreams Game Base), Gold 1/1 (GU Field of Dreams Game Base)
651A Aaron Judge – Base /99 (Cornstalk), Blue /49 (Cornstalk), Purple /25 (Cornstalk), Red /10 (Cornstalk), Orange /5 (Cornstalk), Gold 1/1 (Cornstalk)
652A Eloy Jimenez – Blue /49 (GU Field of Dreams Game Base), Purple /25 (GU Field of Dreams Game Base), Red /10 (GU Field of Dreams Game Base), Orange /5 (GU Field of Dreams Game Base), Gold 1/1 (GU Field of Dreams Game Base)
654A Tim Anderson – Base /99 (Cornstalk), Blue /49 (Cornstalk), Purple /25 (Cornstalk), Red /10 (Cornstalk), Orange /5 (Cornstalk), Gold 1/1 (Cornstalk)

Memorabilia:

649A Major League Baseball – Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (GU Field of Dreams Game Ball)

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655 Daulton Varsho – Hits 1st Career Walk-Off HR in Win Over Padres – 592
656 Nelson Cruz – Homers & Gets Ovation in Return to Minnesota – 230
657 Kyle Tucker – Hists 1st Career Grand Slam in 4-1 Victory Over Angels – 341

14

658 Aaron Judge – 4-RBI Performance Fuels Yankees Win – 503
659 Joey Gallo – First Multi-HR Game with Yankees – 426
660 Chris Sale – 16-2 Win Over Orioles in 1st Start Since 2019 – 458
661 Tyler Gilbert – Throws No-Hitter in 1st MLB Start – 5,791

15

662 Triston McKenzie – Takes Perfect Game Bid Into 8th Inning, Fans 11 – 867
663 Reid Detmers – Angels Top Pitching Prospect Earns 1st MLB Win – 1,172
664 Fernando Tatis Jr. – Launches 2 HRs in 1st Game Back from the IL – 1,291

16

665 Joey Votto – Connects for 2,000th Career Hit – 1,737
666 Jonathan India – 3-for-6, 6 RBI Game Guides Reds to Big Win – – 1,360
667 Brett Phillips – Hustles for Inside-the-Park HR in Rays Win – 338
668 Jorge Polanco – Lifts Twins to 2nd Straight Walk-Off Win – 235
669 C.J. Cron – Belts Walk-Off HR to Seal Colorado Rockies Win – 235

Autographs:

665A Joey Votto – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

17

670 Luis Gil – 3rd Consecutive Scoreless Start Marks MLB First – 1,023
671 Nelson Cruz – 2-HR, 5-RBI Game Cements Big Win Over Orioles – 197
672 Mike Zunino – Connects for 5th Straight Game with a HR – 215
673 Jo Adell – 1st Career Grand Slam Seals Angels Win – 1,537
674 Jake Cronenworth – Launches 2nd Inside-the-Park HR of the Year – 971
675 Tommy Pham – Belts Longest HR of the Year at 486 Feet – 315

18

676 Jorge Polanco – Connects for 3rd Walk-Off Knock in Last 4 Games – 356
677 Shohei Ohtani – Launches MLB Leading 40th HR & Fires a Career-High 8 IP with 8 Ks – 10,175
678 Freddie Freeman – 2nd Career Cycle Paves Way for Braves Victory – 1,095
679 Max Muncy – 5th HR in Last 4 Games Fuels Dodgers Sweep – 417

Autographs:

677A Shohei Ohtani – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
678A Freddie Freeman – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

19

680 Wander Franco – Extends On-Base Streak to 21 Games – 2,155
681 Angels – Overcome 8-Run Deficit to Tie Largest Comeback in Franchise History – 988

20

682 Max Fried – Fires 90-Pitch, Complete-Game, Shutout Win – 504
683 Tim Anderson – Belts Game-Tying HR in the 9th, Drives in Go-Ahead Run in the 11th – 433
684 Franmil Reyes – Matches Career-High 5 RBI in 9-1 Win Over Angels – 255

21

685 Andrew Velazquez – Crushes 1st Career HR in Front of Hometown Crowd – 919
686 Kolten Wong – Scores from 3rd Base on a Foul-Ball Pop-Up 54 Feet from Home Plate – 264
687 Christian Yelich – Grand Slam Highlights 2-HR, 6-RBI Night – 357
688 Starling Marte – 1st Player in CLub History with 15 Steals in a 21-Game Span Since Henderson – 235
689 Albert Pujols – 4th Player in MLB History with 20+ 15-HR Seasons – 633
690 Elias Diaz – Launches Walk-Off, 3-Run HR to Seal Victory – 205

22

691 Miguel Cabrera – Joins 500-HR Club in 5-3 Win Over Blue Jays – 13,704
692 Amed Rosario – 2-Run HR Cements Little League Classic Victory – 547
693 Cal Quantrill – 9 Ks Over 7 Scoreless IP Guide Indians to Little League Classic Win – 561

Autographs:

691A Miguel Cabrera – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

Memorabilia:

692A Amed Rosario – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (GU Little League Classic Base)
693A Cal Quantrill – Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (GU Little League Classic Ball)

23

694 Travis Shaw – Hits Walk-Off Slam in 1st Game Back with Red Sox – 336
695 New York Yankees – 5-1 Victory Over Braves Clinches 10th Straight Win – 375
696 Rafael Ortega – Launches Walk-Off, 2-Run HR – 320

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697 Wander Franco – Reaches Safely in 25th Straight Game, Ties Record – 2,404
698 Brandon Belt – Launches 2 HRs in Emotional Game – 400
699 Nate Lowe – 3-Run HR Highlights 5-for-5 Night in Win – 256
700 Hunter Renfroe – 2 HRs, 5 RBI Power Red Sox to a 11-9 Win Over Twins – 350
701 Jo Adell / Brandon Marsh – Adell Collects 4 RBI & Marsh Tallies 4 Knocks to Guide Angels Big Win – 658

Checklist #601-700 – 179

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702 Lars Nootbaar – Walk-Off Hit Seals Cardinals Extra-Innings Win
703 Wander Franco – Reaches Safely in 26th Straight Game, Sets Record
704 Zack Wheeler – 1st Pitcher to Reach 200-Ks Mark in 2021
705 Robbie Ray – 1st Southpaw in Blue Jays History to Record 14 Ks in a Game
706 Edward Cabrera – Marlins No. 2 Prospect Fires 6 and 1/3 Quality Innings in MLB Debut
707 Jorge Alfaro – Cements Extra-Innings Win with Walk-Off Knock
708 Miguel Sano – 495-Foot HR Marks the Longest of the 2021 Season
709 A.J. Pollock – Connects for Go-Ahead, 2-Run HR to Win the 16-Innings Duel

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710 Pedro Severino – Grand Slam Highlights 6-RBI Game in Orioles Win
711 Chris Sale – Joins Koufax as Only Pitchers to Toss 3 Career Immaculate Innings
712 Rafael Devers – 3rd Player in Red Sox History with Multi-30-HR Years Before Turning 25
713 Bobby Dalbec – Career-High 7 RBI Highlights 3-for-4, 2-HR Night
714 Aroldis Chapman – Records 300th Career Save

Autographs:

714A Aroldis Chapman – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

27

715 Victor Reyes – Delivers Pinch-Hit, Go-Ahead, Inside-the-Park HR
716 Glenn Otto – Fans 7 Over 5 Scoreless Innings in MLB Debut
717 Yasmani Grandal – Returns from IL with a 2-HR, 8-RBI Performance
718 Trea Turner – Collects 1st Career 20-20 Season
719 Jean Segura – Walk-Off Hit Lifts Phillies to Extra-Innings Win
720 Giancarlo Stanton – Connects for HRs in 4 Straight Games
721 Salvador Perez – 1st Royals Player to Hit Grand Slams in Back-to-Back Games
722 Gerritt Cole – Fastest 200-K Season in Yankees History (24 Games)
723 Joe Musgrove – Records 9 Ks in 2nd Complete-Game Shutout in 2021

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724 Salvador Perez – HR in 4th Straight Game Leads to 4-2 Win
725 Michael Conforto – 1st Career. Pinch-Hit HR Halts Mets Skid
726 Patrick Wisdom – 2nd Straight Multi-HR Game Leads to Cubs Win
727 Shohei Ohtani – 1st Player in Angels History with 40+ HRs and 20+ SBs in a Season

Autographs:

727A Shohei Ohtani – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

2021 Topps Now Baseball Checklist Top

September

2021 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – September

Parallels:

  • Blue – /49
  • Purple – /25
  • Red – /10
  • Orange – /5
  • Gold – 1/1
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1

741 Nick Castellanos – 2 HRs, 6 RBI Seal Win in Game 2 of Doubleheader – 430
742 Gerrit Cole – Career-High 32 Swing-and-Misses Fuel 15-K Outing in Yankees Win – 650
743 Max Scherzer – Ties Kershaw for 2nd Most Games (36) with 9+ Ks & 0 BBs in MLB History – 494

2

744 Jose Abreu / CJ Cron – Named AL and NL Players of the Month – 271
745 Robbie Ray / Adam Wainwright – Named AL and NL Pitchers of the Month – 306
746 Bobby Dalbec / Frank Schwindel – Named AL and NL Rookies of the Month – 532
747 Logan Webb – Sets Giants Single-Season Record with 14 Straight Starts of 2 Runs or Less – 322
748 Garrett Richards – Preserves Red Sox 4-0 Victory Over Rays with a 3-Inning Save – 225

3

749 Giancarlo Stanton – Scorches 121.1 MPH RBI Single for Walk-Off Victory – 333
750 Marcus Semien – Walk-Off Blast Caps Wild, Comeback Victory Over Athletics – 391
751 Jarred Kelenic – HR and Go-Ahead RBI Single in 10th Give Seattle Edge – 861
752 Yadier Molina / Adam Wainwright – Become 4th Battery in MLB History to Make 300 Starts Together – 1,210

4

753 Francisco Lindor – 9th Inning Go-Ahead HR Completes 3-Hit, 4-RBI Game – 407
754 Frank Schwindel – Incredible Hustle on Walk-Off RBI Single Sinks Pirates – 429
755 Teoscar Hernandez – Clubs 100th Career HR in 10-8 Win Over Oakland – 342
756 Tampa Bay Rays – Tie Franchise Record with 6 Home Runs to Down Twins 11-4 – 194
757 Alex Verdugo – Staves Off Extra Innings with Walk-Off RBI – 299
758 Salvador Perez – 2-Homer Showing Makes for Royals HR History – 450
759 Adrian Houser – Hurls Milwaukee’s First Shutout in Seven Years – 345
760 Kyle Seager – Huge Day at the Plate (2 HRs, 6 RBI) Propels Seattle to Victory – 238
761 Ozzie Albies – HR vs. Colorado Gives All Braves Infielders 25+ HRs – 354

5

762 Gary Sanchez – Grand Slam Highlights 2-HR, 6-RBI Day – 330
763 Pittsburgh Pirates / Chicago Cubs – 1st Game in MLB History to Include 3 Go-Ahead Grand Slams – 493
764 Jake Cronenworth – Walk-Off HR Cements Pivotal Win vs. Astros – 1,424
765 Daniel Vogelbach – Pinch-Hit, Walk-Off Grand Slam Stuns Cardinals – 524

6

766 Carter Kieboom – Walk-Off Knock Seals 4-3 Win Over Mets – 335
767 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – Youngest Player with 40-HR Season in Club History – 1,762
768 Marcus Semien – Grand Slam Highlights 2-HR, 5-RBI Game – 372
769 Max Scherzer – 13 Ks Over 8 Scoreless Innings Pave Way for Dodgers Win – 562
770 A.J. Alexy – 1st Pitcher in Modern Era with 5+ SHO IP, 1 Hit or Fewer in Each of 1st 2 Games – 746
771 Wander Franco / Mickey Mantle – Franco Joins Mantle with 36-Game On-Base Streak at 20-Years-Old or Younger – 4,914

Autographs:

767A Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

7

772 Pete Alonso – 2nd Fastest Player to 100 HRs in MLB History – 1,415
773 Michael Baumann – Orioles No. 10 Prospect Earns Win in MLB Debut – 575
774 Albert Pujols – Follows Ovation in St. Louis with HR – 625
775 Carlos Correa – Hits Walk-Off Double in Extra Innings – 306

Autographs:

772A Pete Alonso – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

8

776 Derek Jeter – National Baseball Hall of Fame Class of 2020 – 4,957
777 Larry Walker – National Baseball Hall of Fame Class of 2020 – 752
778 Ted Simmons – National Baseball Hall of Fame Class of 2020 – 556
779 Miguel Cabrera – Sets Career High with Hits in 7 Straight At-Bats – 836
780 Joe Ryan – Twins No. 6 Prospect Makes AL History in 1st Career Win – 918
781 Sandy Alcantara – Career-High, 14-K Outing Sets Up Marlins Victory – 319
782 Bryan De La Cruz – Walk-Off Knock Cements Extra-Innings Victory – 638
783 Jason Heyward – Connects for Walk-Off, 3-Run HR – 353
784 Hunter Renfroe – Belts Go-Ahead HR, Ends Game with Incredible Outfield Assist – 411

Autographs:

776A Derek Jeter – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
777A Larry Walker – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
778A Ted Simmons – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

9

785 Jazz Chisholm – 2nd Marlins Rookie with a 15-HR, 15-SB Season – 1,062
786 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – Joins Rare Company with 40+ HRs & 100 RBI in a Season Before Age 23 – 1,280
787 Joc Pederson – Walk-Off Hit Seals Extra-Innings Victory – 332

10

788 Ke’Bryan Hayes – 1st Career Walk-Off Knock Cements Pirates Win – 1,817
789 Miguel Cabrera – Hits in 9 Straight At-Bats Marks Tigers Record – 689
790 Joey Votto – Launches 325th Career HR, 2nd in Reds History – 633
791 Seth Beer – Connects for HR in 1st MLB At-Bat – 915

11

792 Corbin Burnes / Josh Hader – 16 Combined Ks Pave Way for 2nd No-Hitter in Brewers History 2,126
793 New York Mets / New York Yankees – Players Line Up Side-by-Side During Ceremonial Tribute to 9/11 2,079
794 Joe Torre / Bobby Valentine – 2001 Yankees & Mets Managers Toss Ceremonial First Pitches on 9/11 1,312
795 Aaron Judge – 2nd Fastest Player to 150 HRs in MLB History 1,060

Autographs:

792A Corbin Burnes / Josh Hader – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

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796 Teoscar Hernandez / Lourdes Gurriel Jr. – Both Launch Grand Slams and Combine for 12 RBI in Blue Jays Big Win – 390
797 Garrett Hampson – Supplies Entire Offense in 5-4 Win vs. Phillies – 256
798 Leury Garcia – Launches Walk-Off HR to Seal Victory – 394
799 Max Scherzer – 2nd Fastest Pitcher Ever to Reach 3,000 Ks (2,516 IP) – 2,008
800 Francisco Lindor – 1st Player with a 3-HR Game in the Subway Series – 1,510

Checklist #701-800 – 171

13

801 Gary Sanchez – Walk-Off Knock Seals Extra-Innings Victory – 271
802 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – Captures MLB HR Lead (45) & Joins Rare Company – 1,264
803 Alek Manoah – Youngest Blue Jays Pitcher to Toss 8 SHO IP with 10 Ks (23 Years, 247 Days) – 785
804 Yordan Alvarez – 2nd Astros Player Age 24 or Younger with 30+ HRs – 333
805 San Francisco Giants – 1st Team in 2021 to Clinch a Spot in the MLB Postseason – 746

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806 Derek Hill – Walk-Off Knock Cements Extra-Innings Win – 482
807 Adolis Garcia – Matches the Rangers Rookie HR Record (30) – 240
808 Patrick Wisdom – Ties Bryant for Most HRs by a Cubs Rookie (26) – 338
809 Los Angeles Dodgers – 2nd Team in 2021 to Clinch a Spot in the MLB Postseason – 383

15

810 Major League Baseball – MLB Celebrates 20th Annual Roberto Clemente Day – 596
811 Robbie Ray – 13 Ks Over 7 IP Guide Blue Jays to Victory – 304
812 Bo Bichette – 5-RBI Day Fuels Blue Jays 6-3 Win Over Rays – 397
813 Cedric Mullins – Robs Potential 2-Run HR with Leaping Grab – 338
814 Nestor Cortes Jr. – Career-High 11 Ks Pave Way for Yankees Win – 291

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815 Salvador Perez / Johnny Bench – Ties Single-Season Catcher HR Record – 1,329
816 Ryan Mountcastle / Cal Ripken Jr. – Sets Orioles Rookie HR Record with 29th Blast of Season – 839
817 Austin Hays – Walk-Off Single Leads 3-2 Win Over Yankees – 245
818 Nestor Cortes Jr. / Jordan Montgomery – 1st Pair of Yankees Starters to Post 11+ Ks in Consecutive Games – 333
819 Bryce Harper – 4-RBI Performance Fuels Comeback Win – 420

Autographs:

816A Ryan Mountcastle / Cal Ripken Jr. – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

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820 Kevin Gausman – Pinch-Hitting Pitcher Hits Walk-Off Sac Fly – 384
821 Dylan Carlson – FIrst Multi-HR Game, 5 RBI in Win Over Padres – 1,200
822 Jarred Kelenic – 2-HR, 4-RBI Game Pushes Mariners to Victory – 1,002
823 Brett Phillips – Walk-Off HR Sinks Tigers – 265
824 Jorge Polanco / Josh Donaldson / Miguel Sano – Hit Back-to-Back-to-Back HRs – 295

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825 Marcus Semien – Extends Career-High HR Count to 40 in 6-2 Win – 250
826 Xander Bogaerts – Big Day at the Plate Helps to Maintain WC Lead – 447

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827 T.J. Friedl – Launches HR for 1st Career Hit in MLB Debut – 901
828 Mookie Betts – Trades Bat with Fan for T.J. Friedl’s 1st HR Ball – 724
829 Lewin Diaz – Belts 1st Career Walk-Off HR to Seal Win – 363
830 Patrick Wisom – Sets Cubs Rookie Single-Season HR Record (27) – 571
831 Eddie Rosario – 1st Career Cycle Paves Way for Braves Win – 455

Autographs:

831A Patrick Wisdom – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

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832 Salvador Perez – Sets Single-Season HR Record for a Catcher – 1,636
833 Shane Baz – Rays No. 1 Prospect Makes MLB Debut – 1,079
834 Jon Lester – 6 Quality Innings Fuel 200th Career Win – 467
835 Miguel Cabrera – Becomes 4th Foreign-Born Player to Reach 1,800 RBI – 593
836 Anthony Gose – Former Outfielder Touches 100 MPH in 1st Pitching Appearance – 345

21

837 J.T. Realmuto – Walk-Off Knock Seals Phillies Extra-Innings Win – 368
838 Luis Severino – Fires 2 Scoreless Innings in Long Awaited Return – 398
839 Brandon Woodruff / Corbin Burnes – 2nd Duo in Brewers History to Each Collect 200+ Ks in a Single Season – 462
840 St. Louis Cardinals – 2-1 Victory Over the Brewers Sparks Cardinals 10th Straight Victory – 476
841 Shohei Ohtani / Mike Trout – Ohtani Ties Trout for 2nd Most HRs in a Single Season in Club History (45) – 5,195

22

842 Josiah Gray – 8 Strikeouts Over 6 Innings Pitched Pave Way for 1st Career Win – 548
843 Joe Ryan – Career-High 11 Ks Guide Twins to Victory – 506
844 Fernando Tatis Jr. / Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – 1st Season Ever with Two Players Age 22 or Younger Reaching 40+ HRs – 2,592
845 Ozzie Albies – 1st 2B Under Age 25 with a 30-HR, 100-RBI Season – 478
846 Kyle Schwarber – Clubs 9th HR in Last 10 Games Against Mets – 406

23

847 Adam Wainwright – 2nd Cardinals Pitcher to Reach 2,000 Career Ks – 811
848 Victor Caratini – Walk-Off Knock Seals Padres Extra-Innings Win – 267
849 Oscar Mercado – Launches 1st Career Walk-Off HR – 252
850 Philadelphia Phillies – Improbable Come-from-Behind Victory Marks Modern Era First – 385

24

851 Cedric Mullins – 1st Orioles Player with a 30-HR, 30-SB Season – 662
852 Tyler O’Neill – 1st Cardinals Hitter with 10+ HRs in September Since ’02 – 467
853 St. Louis Cardinals – 14th Straight Victory Matches Longest Win Streak in Franchise History – 564
854 Juan Soto – Reaches Safely in 12th Straight At-Bat, Sets Record – 960
855 Aristides Aquino – Walk-Off Knock Seals Reds Extra-Innings Win – 288
856 Wander Franco – 2nd Player Ever UnderAge 21 to Reach Base in 40 Straight Games – 1,560
857 Marcus Semien – 4th 2B in MLB History with 42+ HRs in a Season – 243
858 Max Fried – 98-Pitch, Complete Game Shutout Guides Braves Win – 299

25

859 St. Louis Cardinals – Set Club Record with 15th Straight Win – 725
860 Giancarlo Stanton – Go-Ahead Grand Slam Leads Huge Win vs. Red Sox – 637
861 Starling Marte – Walk-Off Double Cements 2-1 Victory – 182
862 Marcus Semien – Ties Record with 43 HRs by a Second Baseman – 272
863 Ranger Suarez – Tosses CG Shutout to Lead Phillies to 3-0 Win – 284
864 Nick Castellanos – Walk-Off HR Seals Reds 7-6 Victory – 322

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865 Shane Baz – Rays No. 1 Prospect Fans a Career-High 9 Batters Over 5.2 Scoreless IP – 609
866 Mark Canha – Walk-Off Knock Cements Oakland Athletics Win – 243
867 Trea Turner – 7th Player in MLB History with 100+ HRs & 200 SBs Within 1st 7 Seasons – 421
868 Aaron Judge / Giancarlo Stanton – Guide 4-Run 8th Inning to Cement 3-Game Sweep of Red Sox – 762

27

869 Bradley Zimmer / Kyle Zimmer – 4th Time in Modern Era That aPlayer Has Homered Off His Brother – 574
870 Amed Rosario – 1st Indians Player with 6 4-Hit Games in a Season Since 1986 – 426
871 Nick Castellanos / Joey Votto – Duo Combines for 3 HRs & 9 RBI in 13-1 Rout of Pirates – 482
872 Mitch Haniger – 2-HR, 6-RBI Night Fuel Mariners Big Win – 328

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873 Marcus Stroman – Tallies 4 Ks Over 5 IP to Earn Win & Steals First Career Base – 296
874 Giancarlo Stanton – Homers in 4th Straight Game to Seal Yankees Win – 346
875 Noah Syndergaard – 2 Ks Guide Perfect Inning in Highly Anticipated Mets Return – 344

29

876 Marcus Semien – Sets MLB Record with 44 HRs by a Second Baseman – 572
877 Bo Bichette – Sets Club Single-Season HR Record for a SS (27) – 768
878 Shohei Ohtani – 1st AL Player with 45+ HRs, 25+ SBs & 100+ Runs in a Single Season – 4,538
879 Salvador Perez – 48th Blast Ties Royals Single-Season HR Record – 738
880 Wander Franco – Ties Frank Robinson for Longest On-Base Streak in Age 20 Season (43) – 1,755
881 Tampa Bay Rays – Set New Franchise Record for Wins in a Season (98) – 420
882 San Francisco Giants – 104th Win Marks Most in Club History Since 1905 – 471

Autographs:

876A Marcus Semien – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
877A Bo Bichette – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
878A Shohei Ohtani – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

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883 Anthony Rizzo – 250th Career HR Sparks Big Inning and Guides Yankees 6-2 Win – 506
884 LaMonte Wade Jr. – Walk-Off Knock Seals Giants Victory – 502

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Parallels:

  • Blue – /49
  • Purple – /25
  • Red – /10
  • Orange – /5
  • Gold – 1/1
2021 Topps Now Baseball Atlanta Braves World Series Champions

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885 Paul Goldschmidt – Walk-Off Knock Cements Cardinals Victory – 325
886 Spencer Strider – Braves No. 10 Prospect Makes MLB Debut – 652

2

887 Brandon Lowe – 3-HR, 7-RBI Game Fuels Rays 12-2 Victory – 347
888 Tampa Bay Rays – Offensive Explosion Cements 1st 100-Win Season in Franchise History – 505
889 Toronto Blue Jays – Set New Franchise Single-Season Record with 258 HRs – 371
890 Oneil Cruz – Pirates No. 3 Prospect Shines in MLB Debut – 1,291
891 Jesus Luzardo – Career-High 11 Ks Guide Marlins 3-1 Victory Over Phillies – 355
892 Mitch Haniger – 4-Hit, 5-RBI Game Keeps Mariners’ MLB Postseason Chances Alive – 410
893 Julio Urias – 1st NL 20-Game Winner Since 2016 – 571

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894 Gio Urshela – Covers 126 Feet to Make Heroic Catch – 547
895 Aaron Judge – Walk-Off Knock Clinches Postseason Berth – 793
896 Oneil Cruz – Pirates No. 3 Prospect Launches 1st Career HR – 1,156
897 Rafael Devers – Go-Ahead, 2-Run HR Seals Postseason Berth – 636
898 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – 48th HR Sets Record for Player Age 22 or Younger – 1,772
899 Josh VanMeter – Walk-Off HR Cements 5-4 Victory – 476
900 Yuli Gurriel – Walk-Off Single Cements AL Batting Title – 484
901 San Francisco Giants – Set New Franchise Record for Wins in a Season (107) – 907

Autographs:

895A Aaron Judge – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
897A Rafael Devers – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
898A Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

Checklist #801-900 – 188

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902 Frankie Montas / Max Fried – Named AL and NL Pitchers of the Month – 348
903 Kyle Tucker / Tyler O’Neill – Named AL and NL Players of the Month – 487
904 Alek Manoah / Frank Schwindel – Named AL and NL Rookies of the Month – 557
905 Trea Turner – MLB Leader in Batting Average (.328) – 570
906 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. / Salvador Perez – MLB Leaders in Home Runs (48) – 946
907 Corbin Burnes – MLB Leaders in ERA (2.43) – 420
908 Robbie Ray – MLB Leader in Strikeouts (248) – 383
909 Julio Urias – MLB Leader in Wins (20) – 477
910 Shohei Ohtani – MLB Leader in WAR (9.0) – 4,198

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911 Xander Bogaerts – 1st-Inning 2-Run HR Paves Way for Red Sox AL Wild Card Game Victory
912 Nathan Eovaldi – 8 Ks Over 5.1 IP Guide Red Sox to Wild Card Game Win
913 Kyle Schwarber – Launches Solo Blast to Extend Red Sox Lead
914 Boston Red Sox – Perfect Relay Execution Beats Aaron Judge at the Plate
915 Alex Verdugo – 2-for-4, 3 RBI Night Fuels Red Sox to AL Wild Card Game Victory

Autographs:

911A Xander Bogaerts – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (Auto Wild Card Base)

Memorabilia:

912A Nathan Eovaldi – Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

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916 Juan Soto – Supports Old Teammates in the Stands at Dodgers Stadium – 1,363
917 Justin Turner – Connects for Game-Tying, Solo HR – 546
918 Cody Bellinger – Successful on 2 Stolen Base Attempts – 527
919 Joe Kelly – Escapes 5th-Inning Jam with 2 Crucial Outs – 537
920 Los Angeles Dodgers – Dodgers Bullpen Guide NL Wild Card Game with 4.2 Scoreless IP and 6 Ks – 595
921 Chris Taylor – Walk-Off HR Cements Dodgers NL Wild Card Game Victory – 1,070

Autographs:

921A Chris Taylor – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (Auto Wild Card Base)

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922 Yordan Alvarez – RBI Double & HR Power Astros to Game 1 Win – 334
923 Lance McCullers Jr. – 6.2 Scoreless IP, 4 Ks & 0 BBs Guide Astros to Game 1 Win – 296
924 Wander Franco – Youngest Player Ever with 2+ Hits in Postseason Debut – 1,662
925 Nelson Cruz – Launches Solo HR Off Catwalk at Tropicana Field – 287
926 Randy Arozarena – 1st Player in Postseason History to Hit a HR & Steal Home in Same Game – 911
927 Shane McClanahan – Youngest Pitcher to Fire 5+ Scoreless IP with 0 BBs in 1st Postseason Start – 500

Autographs:

922A Yordan Alvarez – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
925A Nelson Cruz – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
926A Randy Arozarena – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

Memorabilia:

924A Wander Franco – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (GU ALDS Base)

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928 Tim Anderson – 12 Hits Over 1st 5 Postseason Games Ties All-Time Record – 291
929 Luis Robert – 3-Hit Game Marks White Sox Postseason History – 364
930 Houston Astros – 5-Run 7th Inning Cements Astros 9-4 ALDS Game 2 Victory – 386
931 Corbin Burnes – 6 Scoreless IP & 6 Ks Guide Brewers NLDS Game 1 Victory – 346
932 Rowdy Tellez – Go-Ahead, 2-Run HR Seals Brewers NLDS Game 1 Victory – 334
933 Xander Bogaerts / Nomar Garciaparra – 1st Red Sox SS with Multi-HRs in a Postseason Game Since Garciaparra – 403

934 Enrique Hernandez – Game-Tying HR Highlights 5-Hit, 3-RBI Game – 353
935 J.D. Martinez – Go-Ahead, 3-Run HR Seals ALDS Game 2 Win – 325
936 Boston Red Sox – Tally 20 Hits & Set Franchise Record for Most HRs in a Postseason Game – 357
937 Buster Posey / Kris Bryant / Brandon Crawford – Trio Each Connect for HRs to Cement Giants NLDS Game 1 Victory – 635
938 Logan Webb – Historic Postseason Debut Guides Giants NLDS Game 1 Victory – 566

Autographs:

928A Tim Anderson – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
929A Luis Robert – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10 (Auto ALDS Ball), Orange /5 (Auto ALDS Ball), Gold 1/1 (Auto ALDS Ball)
933A Xander Bogaerts / Nomar Garciaparra – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10 (Auto ALDS Ball), Orange /5 (Auto ALDS Ball), Gold 1/1 (Auto ALDS Ball)
938A Logan Webb – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10 (Auto NLDS Ball), Orange /5 (Auto NLDS Ball), Gold 1/1 (Auto NLDS Ball)

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939 Max Fried – 6 Scoreless IP & 9 Ks Guide Braves NLDS Game 2 Victory – 271
940 Austin Riley – Solo Blast Cements Braves NLDS Game 2 Win – 290
941 Julio Urias – 5 IP, 5 Ks & RBI Knock Lead Dodgers NLDS Game 2 Victory – 430
942 Cody Bellinger / A.J. Pollock – Back-to-Back RBI Doubles Seal Dodgers NLDS Game 2 Win – 366
943 Buster Posey – Giants All-Time Leader in Postseason Hits (54) – 453

Autographs:

943A Buster Posey – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (Auto NLDS Base)

Memorabilia:

939A Max Fried – Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (NLDS Game Ball)
941A Julio Urias – Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (NLDS Game Ball)

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944 Enrique Hernandez – Hits in 7 Straight Plate Appearances Ties Postseason Record – 435
945 Nathan Eovaldi – 5 IP & 8 Ks Set Tone for ALDS Game 3 Victory – 372
946 Wander Franco – Launches 1st Career Postseason HR – 2,415
947 Nick Pivetta – 7 Ks Over 4 Scoreless IP Seals ALDS Game 3 Win – 395
948 Christian Vazquez – Walk-Off HR Ends Thrilling 13-Inning ALDS Game 3 – 484
949 Yasmani Grandal – Ignites White Sox Home Crowd with 2-Run HR – 343
950 Leury Garcia – Go-Ahead 3-Run HR Highlights 4-RBI Night – 399
951 Tim Anderson – 16 Hits in 1st 6 Postseason Games Sets Record – 453

Memorabilia:

947A Nick Pivetta – Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (ALDS Game Ball)
950A Leury Garcia – Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (ALDS Game Ball)

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952 Ian Anderson – 6 Ks Over 5 Scoreless IP Guide Braves NLDS Game 3 Victory – 615
953 Joc Pederson – Pinch-Hit, 3-Run HR Seals NLDS Game 3 Win – 452
954 Rafael Devers – 3-Run HR Highlights 3-for-4 Performance – 449
955 Wander Franco – 5th Player to Hit a HR in Back-to-Back Postseason Games in Age-20 Season – 1,428
956 Enrique Hernandez – Walk-Off Sacrifice Fly Sends Red Sox to ALCS – 489
957 Evan Longoria – Solo HR Seals Giants NLDS Game 3 Win – 405
958 Max Scherzer – 1st Pitcher in Postseason History with a 10-K Game with 3 Different Clubs – 783

Autographs:

953A Joc Pederson – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10 (Auto NLDS Ball), Orange /5 (Auto NLDS Ball), Gold 1/1 (Auto NLDS Ball)
955A Wander Franco (Auto ALDS Base) – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

Memorabilia:

956A Enrique Hernandez – Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (ALDS Game Ball)
957A Evan Longoria – Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (NLDS Game Ball)

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959 Gavin Sheets – 3rd White Sox Rookie to Hit a Postseason HR – 443
960 Jose Altuve – 3-for-5, 3 RBI Game Cements ALDS Game 4 Win – 441
961 Houston Astros – Advance to 5th Straight ALCS – 470
962 Freddie Freeman – Clutch Go-Ahead HR Sends Braves to NLCS – 881
963 Atlanta Braves – Advance to 2nd Straight NLCS – 716
964 Walker Buehler – Delivers on Short Rest with 4 Ks Over 4.1 IP – 378
965 Will Smith – 2-Run HR Highlights 2-for-4 Night – 330
966 Mookie Betts – 2-Run HR Guides Dodgers to NLDS Game 4 Win – 408

Autographs:

962A Freddie Freeman (Auto NLDS Base) – Base /99 , Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

Memorabilia:

959A Gavin Sheets – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (ALDS Base)
960A Jose Altuve – Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (ALDS Game Ball)
963A Atlanta Braves – Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (NLDS Game Ball)
964A Walker Buehler – Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (NLDS Game Ball)
966A Mookie Betts – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (NLDS Base)

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967 Logan Webb – Back-to-Back Outings of 7+ IP & 1 Run or Less Marks Postseason History – 707
968 Mookie Betts – 1st Dodgers Player with 4 Hits in a Winner-Take-All Postseason Game – 790
969 Corey Seager – RBI Double Gives Dodgers Early Game 5 Lead – 622
970 Cody Bellinger – Go-Ahead, RBI Single Guides NLDS Game 5 Win – 767
971 Max Scherzer – 1st Career Save Sends Dodgers to 2nd Straight NLCS – 1,093

Autographs:

970A Cody Bellinger – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10 (Auto NLDS Ball), Orange /5 (Auto NLDS Ball), Gold 1/1 (Auto NLDS Ball)

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972 Enrique Hernandez – 2-HR Performance Caps Record-Setting Streak – 541
973 Jose Altuve – Ties Derek Jeter with 20th Career Postseason Home Run – 523
974 Carlos Correa – Hits Clutch Go-Ahead Solo HR in ALCS Game 1 Win – 597

Autographs:

974A Carlos Correa – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10 (Auto ALCS Ball), Orange /5 (Auto ALCS Ball), Gold 1/1 (Auto ALCS Ball)

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975 Rafael Devers / J.D. Martinez – 1st Duo in Postseason History to Hit Grand Slams in the Same Game – 722
976 Enrique Hernandez – Ties Red Sox Record with 5 HRs in a Postseason – 532
977 Will Smith – Catcher Ties Club Record with 5th Postseason HR – 322
978 Austin Riley – Walk-Off Knock Cements NLCS Game 1 Win – 691

Autographs:

975A Rafael Devers / J.D. Martinez – Base /99 (ALCS Base), Blue /49 (ALCS Base), Purple /25 (ALCS Base), Red /10 (ALCS Base), Orange /5 (ALCS Base), Gold 1/1 (ALCS Base)
978A Austin Riley – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10 (NLCS Ball), Orange /5 (NLCS Ball), Gold 1/1 (NLCS Ball)

Memorabilia:

976A Enrique Hernandez – Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (ALCS Game Ball)

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979 Joc Pederson – 454-Ft., 2-Run HR Marks Longest Postseason Blast – 484
980 Austin Riley – Connects for Clutch Game-Tying, RBI Double – 436
981 Will Smith – 2 Ks Guide 2nd Straight NLCS Winning Decision – 363
982 Eddie Rosario – 4 Hits, Walk-Off Knock Lead NLCS Game 2 Win – 566

Autographs:

982A Eddie Rosario – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

Memorabilia:

981A Will Smith – Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (NLCS Game Ball)

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983 Kyle Schwarber – Grand Slam Fuels Red Sox ALCS Game 3 Win – 593
984 Boston Red Sox – 1st Team in MLB History to Hit 3 Grand Slams in a Postseason Series – 770
985 Christian Arroyo / J.D. Martinez – Tandem Both Connect for 2-Run HRs in Red Sox ALCS Game 3 Win – 453
986 Enrique Hernandez – 17 Hits Over 6-Game Span Sets All-Time MLB Postseason Record – 529
987 Hunter Renfroe – Game-Ending Sliding Catch Cements Red Sox ALCS Game 3 Win – 462

Memorabilia:

983A Kyle Schwarber – Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (ALCS Game Ball)

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988 Jose Altuve – Game-Tying, 8th-Inning HR Sparks Astros Offense
989 Michael Brantley – 3-Run Double Cements Astros ALCS Game 4 Win
990 Houston Astros – Set New Club Postseason Record with 7-Run Rally in the 9th Inning
991 Corey Seager – Ties Justin Turner for Most HRs (13) in Dodgers Postseason History
992 Cody Bellinger – Launches Clutch Game-Tying, 3-Run HR
993 Mookie Betts – Go-Ahead RBI Double Seals NLCS Game 3 Win

Autographs:

992A Cody Bellinger – Base /99 (Auto NLCS Base), Blue /49 (Auto NLCS Base), Purple /25 (Auto NLCS Base), Red /10 (Auto NLCS Base), Orange /5 (Auto NLCS Base), Gold 1/1 (Auto NLCS Base)

Memorabilia:

988A Jose Altuve – Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (ALCS Game Ball)
993A Mookie Betts – Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (NLCS Game Ball)

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994 Yordan Alvarez – HR Highlights 3-RBI Game in Astros 9-1 Win
995 Rafael Devers – Ties Record for Most Postseason HRs (8) Under Age 25
996 Framber Valdez – 1 ER Over 8 IP Guides Astros ALCS Game 5 Win
997 Eddie Rosario – 2nd Player in Postseason History with Multiple 4-Hit Games in a Series
998 Adam Duvall – Launches HR, Robs Another in NLCS Game 4 Win
999 Freddie Freeman – Solo HR Highlights 2-for-4, 2-RBI Performance

Autographs:

994A Yordan Alvarez – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
995A Rafael Devers – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
997A Eddie Rosario – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10 (NLCS Ball), Orange /5 (NLCS Ball), Gold 1/1 (NLCS Ball)

Memorabilia:

996A Framber Valdez – Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (ALCS Game Ball)

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1000 A.J. Pollock – 2 HRs Highlight 3-for-5, 4-RBI Performance – 626
1001 Chris Taylor – 1st Player in Postseason History with 3 HRs in an Elimination Game – 1,098
1002 Los Angeles Dodgers – Set New Franchise Record for Hits in a Postseason Game (17) – 731

Checklist #901-1000 – 467

Autographs:

1001A Chris Taylor – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

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1003 Luis Garcia – 7 Ks Over 5.2 Scoreless IP Guides ALCS Game 6 Win – 753
1004 Yordan Alvarez – Highest Batting Average in ALCS History (.522) Seals Series MVP – 725
1005 Kyle Tucker – 3-Run HR Cements ALCS Game 6 Win – 526
1006 Houston Astros – Advance to World Series After 5-0, Game 6 Win – 669

Autographs:

1004A Yordan Alvarez – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10 (Auto ALCS Ball), Orange /5 (Auto ALCS Ball), Gold 1/1 (Auto ALCS Ball)
1005A Kyle Tucker – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

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1007 Ian Anderson – 4 Ks Over 4 IP Guides Club to NLCS Game 6 Win – 1,033
1008 Eddie Rosario – Go-Ahead, 3-Run HR Cements Historic NLCS Performance and Series MVP – 1,144
1009 Atlanta Braves – Advance to World Series and Secure First NL Pennant Since 1999 – 1,107

Autographs:

1007A Ian Anderson – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10 (NLCS Ball), Orange /5 (NLCS Ball), Gold 1/1 (NLCS Ball)
1008A Eddie Rosario – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (all Auto NLCS Base)

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1010 Shohei Ohtani – Receives Commissioner’s Historic Achievement Award – 5,028
1011 Jorge Soler – 1st Player to Homer in 1st At-Bat of a World Series – 971
1012 Adam Duvall – 2-Run HR Expands Braves Early Lead – 583
1013 Atlanta Braves – 1st Team in World Series History to Score in First 3 Innings of Game 1 – 703
1014 Eddie Rosario – Extends Postseason Hit Streak to 11 Games – 655
1015 Yordan Alvarez – 1st Player in Astros History with Multiple Postseason Triples – 564

Autographs:

1011A Jorge Soler – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (all Auto World Series Base)

Memorabilia:

1012A Adam Duvall – Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (World Series Ball)

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1016 Nelson Cruz – Named Roberto Clemente Award Winner – 297
1017 Jose Urquidy – 1st Mexican-Born Pitcher to Earn Multiple World Series Wins – 402
1018 Jose Altuve – Ties Bernie Williams for 2nd Most All-Time with 22nd Career Postseason HR – 471

Autographs:

1016A Nelson Cruz – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
1018A Jose Altuve – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (all Auto World Series Base)

Memorabilia:

1017A Jose Urquidy – Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (World Series Ball)

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1019 Ian Anderson – 2nd Rookie to Throw at Least 5 No-Hit Innings in a World Series Game – 1,713
1020 Austin Riley – RBI Double Gets Braves Scoring Started – 757
1021 Travis d’Arnaud – Solo HR Cements Braves World Series Game 3 Win – 742
1022 Atlanta Braves – Pitching Staff Fires Shutout & Holds Astros Hitless Over 7 IP – 812

Autographs:

1019A Ian Anderson – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (all Auto World Series Base)

Memorabilia:

1021A Travis d’Arnaud – Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (World Series Ball)

30

1023 Zack Greinke – 2nd Pitcher to Hit Above Ninth in the Lineup in World Series History – 621
1024 Jose Altuve – 23rd Postseason HR Marks 2nd Most All-Time – 693
1025 Eddie Rosario – Most Hits (23) in a Single Postseason by a Puerto Rican-Born Player – 922
1026 Dansby Swanson / Jorge Soler – 1st Back-to-Back HRs in Braves World Series History Cement Game 4 Win – 1,026

Autographs:

1026A Dansby Swanson / Jorge Soler – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (all Auto World Series Base)

Memorabilia:

1025A Eddie Rosario – Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (World Series Ball)

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1027 Greg Maddux – Fires Ceremonial 1st Pitch at World Series Game 5 – 561
1028 Adam Duvall – 3rd 1st-Inning Grand Slam in World Series History – 584
1029 Freddie Freeman – 6th Go-Ahead Postseason HR Sets Club Record – 607
1030 Zack Greinke – 1st Pitcher with a Postseason Pinch Hit Since 1923 – 494
1031 Jose Altuve – Ties Beltran for Most Runs (21) in a Postseason – 383
1032 Martin Maldonado – 1st Catcher with 3 RBI in World Series Elimination Game Since 1977 – 368
1033 Carlos Correa – 3-Hit, 2-RBI Effort Fuels Game 5 Comeback Win – 389
1034 Marwin Gonzalez – Go-Ahead, 2-RBI Single Guides Game 5 Win – 340
1035 Jose Urquidy – Most World Series Wins (3) by a Foreign-Born Player – 336

Autographs:

1027A Greg Maddux – Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
1033A Carlos Correa – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (all Auto World Series Base)

Memorabilia:

1034A Marwin Gonzalez – Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (World Series Ball)

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1036 Max Fried – 1st Starter Ever with 6+ Ks, 0 BBs & 0 Rs in a World Series Clinching Game
1037 Jorge Soler – 446-Ft, 3-Run HR Guides World Series Game 6 Win
1038 Dansby Swanson – 2-Run HR Cements World Series Game 6 Win
1039 Freddie Freeman – Ties Fred McGriff for Most HRs (5) in a Single Postseason in Braves History
1040 Atlanta Braves – 2021 World Series Champions
1041 Jorge Soler – 2021 Willie Mays World Series MVP

Autographs:

1038A Dansby Swanson – Base /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
1039A Freddie Freeman – Base /99, Blue /49 (World Series base), Purple /25(World Series base), Red /10(World Series base), Orange /5(World Series base), Gold 1/1 (World Series base)
1041A Jorge Soler – Base /99, Blue /49 (World Series base), Purple /25(World Series base), Red /10(World Series base), Orange /5(World Series base), Gold 1/1 (World Series base)

Memorabilia:

1036A Max Fried – Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (World Series Ball)

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
217 Eduardo Escobar
295 Josh Reddick
420 Eduardo Escobar
587 Asdrubal Cabrera
655 Daulton Varsho
661 Tyler Gilbert
791 Seth Beer
899 Josh VanMeter

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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.
191 Atlanta Braves
234 Ronald Acuna Jr.
234A Ronald Acuna Jr. – Autograph
244 Ronald Acuna Jr.
267 Ronald Acuna Jr. / Vladimir Guerrero Jr.
303 Dansby Swanson / Ozzie Albies
393 Ronald Acuna Jr.
393A Ronald Acuna Jr. – Autograph
401 Charlie Morton
437 Ozzie Albies

441 Freddie Freeman
459 Max Fried
518 Max Fried
562 Austin Riley
594 Dansby Swanson
642 Ozzie Albies
678 Freddie Freeman
678A Freddie Freeman – Autograph
682 Max Fried
761 Ozzie Albies
787 Joc Pederson
831 Eddie Rosario
845 Ozzie Albies
858 Max Fried
886 Spencer Strider
902 Frankie Montas / Max Fried
939 Max Fried
939A Max Fried – GU NLDS Ball
940 Austin Riley
952 Ian Anderson
953 Joc Pederson
953A Joc Pederson – Auto / Auto NLDS Ball
962 Freddie Freeman
962A Freddie Freeman – Auto NLDS Base

963 Atlanta Braves
963A Atlanta Braves – NLDS Game Ball
978 Austin Riley
978A Austin Riley – Auto / Auto NLCS Ball
979 Joc Pederson
980 Austin Riley
981 Will Smith
981A Will Smith – NLCS Game Ball
982 Eddie Rosario
982A Eddie Rosario – Autograph
997 Eddie Rosario
997A Eddie Rosario – Auto / Auto NLCS Ball
998 Adam Duvall
999 Freddie Freeman
1007 Ian Anderson
07A Ian AndersonAuto / Auto NLCS Ball
1008 Eddie Rosario
1008A Eddie Rosario – Auto NLCS Base
1009 Atlanta Braves
1011 Jorge Soler
1011A Jorge Soler – Auto World Series Base
1012 Adam Duvall
1012A Adam Duvall – World Series Ball
1013 Atlanta Braves
1014 Eddie Rosario

1019 Ian Anderson
1019A Ian Anderson – Auto World Series Base
1020 Austin Riley
1021 Travis d’Arnaud
1021A Travis d’Arnaud – World Series Ball
1022 Atlanta Braves
1025 Eddie Rosario
1025A Eddie Rosario – World Series Ball
1026 Dansby Swanson / Jorge Soler
1026A Dansby Swanson / Jorge Soler – Auto World Series Base
1027 Greg Maddux
1027A Greg Maddux – Autograph
1028 Adam Duvall
1029 Freddie Freeman
1036 Max Fried
1036A Max Fried – World Series Ball
1037 Jorge Soler
1038 Dansby Swanson
1038A Dansby Swanson – Autograph
1039 Freddie Freeman
1039A Freddie Freeman – Auto / Auto World Series Base
1040 Atlanta Braves
1041 Jorge Soler
1041A Jorge Soler – Auto / Auto World Series Base

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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
196 Cedric Mullins
315 Cedric Mullins / Cal Ripken Jr. / Brooks Robinson
382 Cedric Mullins
383 Ryan Mountcastle
446 Ryan Mountcastle / Patrick Wisdom
503 Trey Mancini
503A Trey Mancini – HR Derby Ball
HRD-2A Trey Mancini – HR Derby Socks
710 Pedro Severino
773 Michael Baumann
813 Cedric Mullins
816 Ryan Mountcastle / Cal Ripken Jr.
816A Ryan Mountcastle / Cal Ripken Jr. – Autograph
817 Austin Hays
851 Cedric Mullins

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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
184 Pedro Martinez / Carlos Rodon
214 Bobby Dalbec
242 J.D. Martinez
342 Alex Verdugo
355 Rafael Devers
357 Rafael Devers
370 Christian Arroyo
411 Dustin Pedroia
411A Dustin Pedroia – Autograph
439 Rafael Devers / Danny Santana
517 Jarren Duran
529 Jarren Duran
529A Jarren Duran – Autograph

547 Rafael Devers
547A Rafael Devers
574 Kyle Schwarber
641 Boston Red Sox
660 Chris Sale
694 Travis Shaw
711 Chris Sale
712 Rafael Devers
713 Bobby Dalbec
746 Bobby Dalbec / Frank Schwindel
757 Alex Verdugo
784 Hunter Renfroe
826 Xander Bogaerts
846 Kyle Schwarber
897 Rafael Devers
897A Rafael Devers – Autograph
911 Xander Bogaerts
911A Xander Bogaerts – Auto GU Wild Card Game Base
912 Nathan Eovaldi
912A Nathan Eovaldi – GU Wild Card Game Ball
913 Kyle Schwarber
914 Boston Red Sox
915 Alex Verdugo
933 Xander Bogaerts / Nomar Garciaparra
933A Xander Bogaerts / Nomar Garciaparra – Autograph

934 Enrique Hernandez
935 J.D. Martinez
936 Boston Red Sox
945 Nathan Eovaldi
947 Nick Pivetta
947A Nick Pivetta – ALDS Game Ball
948 Christian Vazquez
954 Rafael Devers
956 Enrique Hernandez
956A Enrique Hernandez – ALDS Game Ball
972 Enrique Hernandez
975 Rafael Devers / J.D. Martinez
975A Rafael Devers / J.D. Martinez – Auto ALCS Base
976 Enrique Hernandez
976A Enrique Hernandez – ALCS Game Ball
983 Kyle Schwarber
983A Kyle Schwarber – ALCS Game Ball
984 Boston Red Sox
985 Christian Arroyo / J.D. Martinez
986 Enrique Hernandez
987 Hunter Renfroe
995 Rafael Devers
995A Rafael Devers – Autograph

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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
266 Javier Baez
274 Javier Baez
320 Patrick Wisdom
320A Patrick Wisdom – Autograph
338 Anthony Rizzo
409 Chicago Cubs
446 Ryan Mountcastle / Patrick Wisdom
495 Brennen Davis
534 Chicago Cubs
557 Javier Baez
595 Rafael Ortega
696 Rafael Ortega
726 Patrick Wisdom
746 Bobby Dalbec / Frank Schwindel
748 Garrett Richards
754 Frank Schwindel
763 Pittsburgh Pirates / Chicago Cubs
783 Jason Heyward
808 Patrick Wisdom

830 Patrick Wisom
830A Patrick Wisdom – Autograph
904 Alek Manoah / Frank Schwindel

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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
184 Pedro Martinez / Carlos Rodon
205 Andrew Vaughn
205A Andrew Vaughn – Autograph
243 Carlos Rodon / Jordan Montgomery
288 Lucas Giolito
309 Yasmani Grandal
310 Yermin Mercedes

323 Tony LaRussa
366 Yasmani Grandal
430 Gavin Sheets
436 Gavin Sheets
451 Jake Burger
520 Carlos Rodon
531 Gavin Sheets
564 Eloy Jimenez
579 Craig Kimbrel
593 Seby Zavala
600 Brian Goodwin
626 Carlos Rodon
636 Eloy Jimenez
637 Eloy Jimenez
637A Eloy Jimenez – Autograph
649 Major League Baseball
649A Major League Baseball – GU Field of Dreams Game Ball
650 Jose Abreu
650A Jose Abreu – Auto GU Field of Dreams Game Base
652 Eloy Jimenez
652A Eloy Jimenez – Auto GU Field of Dreams Game Base
654 Tim Anderson
654A Tim Anderson – AU Field of Dreams Game Cornstalk
683 Tim Anderson
717 Yasmani Grandal

744 Jose Abreu / CJ Cron
798 Leury Garcia
928 Tim Anderson
928A Tim Anderson – Autograph
929 Luis Robert
929A Luis Robert – Autograph/Auto ALDS Ball
949 Yasmani Grandal
950 Leury Garcia
950A Leury Garcia – ALDS Game Ball
951 Tim Anderson
959 Gavin Sheets
959A Gavin Sheets – ALDS Base

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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
182 Wade Miley
182A Wade Miley – Autograph
245 Jesse Winker
308 Nick Castellanos
322 Jesse Winker
348 Joey Votto
365 Tyler Mahle
407 Tony Santillan
426 Nick Castellanos
434 Joey Votto
442 Tyler Stephenson
563 Joey Votto
570 Joey Votto
570A Joey Votto – Autograph
576 Joey Votto
585 Joey Votto

598 Max Schrock
604 Shohei Ohtani / Joey Votto
606 Eric Haase / Jonathan India
618 Joey Votto
622 Mike Moustakas
628 Jesse Winker
665 Joey Votto
665A Joey Votto – Autograph
666 Jonathan India
741 Nick Castellanos
790 Joey Votto
815 Salvador Perez / Johnny Bench
827 T.J. Friedl
855 Aristides Aquino
864 Nick Castellanos
871 Nick Castellanos / Joey Votto

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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
201 Amed Rosario
256 Cesar Hernandez
275 Shane Bieber
291 Triston McKenzie
339 Aaron Civale
478 Franmil Reyes
483 Bobby Bradley
607 Jose Ramirez
662 Triston McKenzie
684 Franmil Reyes
692 Amed Rosario
692A Amed Rosario – GU Little League Classic Base
693 Cal Quantrill
693A Cal Quantrill – GU Little League Classic Ball
836 Anthony Gose
849 Oscar Mercado
869 Bradley Zimmer / Kyle Zimmer
870 Amed Rosario

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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
206 Josh Fuentes
265 Trevor Story
368 Charlie Blackmon
380 C.J. Cron
432 German Marquez
443 Elias Diaz
460 Elias Diaz
501 Trevor Story
501A Trevor Story – HR Derby Ball
HRD-4A Trevor Story – HR Derby Socks
526 Charlie Blackmon
535 Connor Joe
634 CJ Cron
669 C.J. Cron
690 Elias Diaz
744 Jose Abreu / CJ Cron
777 Larry Walker
777A Larry Walker – Autograph
797 Garrett Hampson

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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
181 Miguel Cabrera
198 Robbie Grossman
204 Miguel Cabrera
219 Harold Castro
229 Spencer Turnbull
249 Miguel Cabrera
279 Robbie Grossman
314 Tarik Skubal
374 Matt Manning
423 Akil Baddoo / Robbie Grossman
455 Eric Haase

515 Miguel Cabrera
565 Miguel Cabrera / Eric Haase
606 Eric Haase / Jonathan India
691 Miguel Cabrera
691A Miguel Cabrera – Autograph
715 Victor Reyes
779 Miguel Cabrera
789 Miguel Cabrera
806 Derek Hill
835 Miguel Cabrera
958 Max Scherzer

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2021 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Houston Astros

114 Cristian Javier
121 Robel Garcia
140 Cristian Javier
178 Jose Altuve
188 Yordan Alvarez
307 Carlos Correa / Martin Maldanado
361 Jose Altuve
373 Houston Astros
378 Yordan Alvarez
378A Yordan Alvarez – Autograph
404 Houston Astros
467 Yordan Alvarez
490 Jose Altuve
657 Kyle Tucker
775 Carlos Correa
804 Yordan Alvarez
900 Yuli Gurriel
903 Kyle Tucker / Tyler O’Neill
922 Yordan Alvarez
922A Yordan Alvarez – Autograph
923 Lance McCullers Jr.
930 Houston Astros
960 Jose Altuve
960A Jose Altuve – ALDS Game Ball
961 Houston Astros

973 Jose Altuve
974 Carlos Correa
974A Carlos Correa – Auto / Auto ALCS Ball
988 Jose Altuve
988A Jose Altuve – ALCS Game Ball
989 Michael Brantley
990 Houston Astros
994 Yordan Alvarez
994A Yordan Alvarez – Autograph
996 Framber Valdez
996A Framber Valdez – ALCS Game Ball
1003 Luis Garcia
1004 Yordan Alvarez
1004A Yordan AlvarezAuto / Auto ALCS Ball
1005 Kyle Tucker
1005A Kyle Tucker – Autograph
1006 Houston Astros
1015 Yordan Alvarez
1017 Jose Urquidy
1017A Jose Urquidy – World Series Ball
1018 Jose Altuve
1018A Jose Altuve – Auto World Series Base
1023 Zack Greinke
1024 Jose Altuve

1030 Zack Greinke
1031 Jose Altuve
1032 Martin Maldonado
1033 Carlos Correa
1033A Carlos Correa – Auto World Series Base
1034 Marwin Gonzalez
1035 Jose Urquidy
1034A Marwin Gonzalez – World Series Ball

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2021 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Kansas City Royals

9 Kyle Isbel
94 Salvador Perez
111 Salvador Perez
132 Salvador Perez
264 Carlos Santana
304 Salvador Perez
337 Jorge Soler
468 Salvador Perez
498 Salvador Perez
498A Salvador Perez – HR Derby Ball
555 Jorge Soler
571 Michael A. Taylor
621 Daniel Lynch
638 New York Yankees / Kansas City Royals
721 Salvador Perez
724 Salvador Perez
758 Salvador Perez
815 Salvador Perez / Johnny Bench
832 Salvador Perez
869 Bradley Zimmer / Kyle Zimmer
879 Salvador Perez
906 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. / 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
197 Shohei Ohtani
203 Shohei Ohtani
222 Shohei Ohtani
225 Shohei Ohtani
311 Shohei Ohtani
329 Shohei Ohtani
379 Shohei Ohtani
394 Shohei Ohtani
412 Shohei Ohtani
429 Shohei Ohtani
438 Jared Walsh
444 Shohei Ohtani / Kyle Schwarber
452 Shohei Ohtani
453 Jared Walsh
457 Shohei Ohtani
461 Juan Lagares
475 Shohei Ohtani / Hideki Matsui
484 Shohei Ohtani

492 David Fletcher
496 Shohei Ohtani
496A Shohei Ohtani – HR Derby Ball
508 Shohei Ohtani
508 Shohei Ohtani – batting on front /17
508A Shohei Ohtani – Autograph
509 Jared Walsh
532 Brandon Marsh
552 Patrick Sandoval
556 Shohei Ohtani
577 Shohei Ohtani
604 Shohei Ohtani / Joey Votto
611 Jo Adell
663 Reid Detmers
673 Jo Adell
677 Shohei Ohtani
677A Shohei Ohtani – Autograph
681 Angels
701 Jo Adell / Brandon Marsh
727 Shohei Ohtani
727A Shohei Ohtani – Autograph
841 Shohei Ohtani / Mike Trout
878 Shohei Ohtani
878A Shohei Ohtani – Autograph
910 Shohei Ohtani

1010 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
200 Gavin Lux
224 Albert Pujols
241 Albert Pujols
286 Albert Pujols / Babe Ruth
289 Albert Pujols
299 Cody Bellinger
300 Los Angeles Dodgers
331 Justin Turner
344 Clayton Kershaw
349 Andy Burns
358 Fernando Tatis Jr. / Cody Bellinger
363 Julio Urias
387 Walker Buehler
418 Cody Bellinger
419 Julio Urias
424 Clayton Kershaw
447 Los Angeles Dodgers
488 Los Angeles Dodgers

493 Max Muncy
519 Max Muncy
536 Josiah Gray
537 Will Smith
553 Albert Pujols
572 Walker Buehler
578 Max Scherzer / Trea Turner
605 Jameson Taillon / Walker Buehler
616 Max Scherzer
639 Cody Bellinger
679 Max Muncy
689 Albert Pujols
709 A.J. Pollock
718 Trea Turner
743 Max Scherzer
769 Max Scherzer
774 Albert Pujols
799 Max Scherzer
809 Los Angeles Dodgers
828 Mookie Betts
867 Trea Turner
893 Julio Urias
905 Trea Turner
909 Julio Urias
917 Justin Turner

918 Cody Bellinger
919 Joe Kelly
920 Los Angeles Dodgers
921 Chris Taylor
921A Chris Taylor – Auto Wild Card Game Base
941 Julio Urias
941A Julio Urias – GU NLDS Ball
942 Cody Bellinger / A.J. Pollock
958 Max Scherzer
964 Walker Buehler
964A Walker Buehler – NLDS Game Ball
965 Will Smith
966 Mookie Betts
966A Mookie Betts – NLDS Base
968 Mookie Betts
969 Corey Seager
970 Cody Bellinger
970A Cody Bellinger – Auto/Auto NLDS Ball
971 Max Scherzer
977 Will Smith
991 Corey Seager
992 Cody Bellinger
992A Cody Bellinger – Auto NLCS Base
993 Mookie Betts
993A Mookie Betts – NLCS Game Ball

1000 A.J. Pollock
1001 Chris Taylor
1001A Chris Taylor – Autograph
1002 Los Angeles Dodgers

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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
238 Trevor Rogers
257 Garrett Cooper
298 Adolis Garcia / Trevor Rogers
385 Adam Duvall
476 Jesus Aguilar
489 Pablo Lopez
567 Starling Marte / Jesus Luzardo
610 Nick Neidert
706 Edward Cabrera
707 Jorge Alfaro
781 Sandy Alcantara
782 Bryan De La Cruz
785 Jazz Chisholm
829 Lewin Diaz
891 Jesus Luzardo

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2021 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Milwaukee Brewers

76 Corbin Burnes
106 Corbin Burnes
161 Travis Shaw
187 Josh Hader
207 Corbin Burnes
207A Corbin Burnes – GU Ball
216 Jackie Bradley Jr.
276 Jackie Bradley Jr.
283 Freddy Peralta
290 Luis Urias
321 Corbin Burnes
413 Willy Adames
427 Luis Urias
431 Josh Hader
450 Milwaukee Brewers
522 Corbin Burnes
568 Eduardo Escobar
624 Rowdy Tellez
643 Corbin Burnes
646 Luis Urias
647 Manny Pina
686 Kolten Wong
687 Christian Yelich
759 Adrian Houser
765 Daniel Vogelbach

792 Corbin Burnes / Josh Hader
792A Corbin Burnes / Josh Hader – Autograph
839 Brandon Woodruff / Corbin Burnes
907 Corbin Burnes
931 Corbin Burnes
932 Rowdy Tellez

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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
227 Miguel Sano
228 Jorge Polanco
240 Trevor Larnach
281 Josh Donaldson
281A Josh Donaldson – Autograph
336 Josh Donaldson / Nelson Cruz
399 Miguel Sano
463 Bailey Ober
491 Jorge Polanco
559 Max Kepler
566 Ryan Jeffers
668 Jorge Polanco
676 Jorge Polanco
700 Hunter Renfroe
708 Miguel Sano
780 Joe Ryan

824 Jorge Polanco / Josh Donaldson / Miguel Sano
843 Joe Ryan
1016 Nelson Cruz
1016A Nelson Cruz – Autograph

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2021 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – New York Mets

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
166 Gerrit Cole / Jacob deGrom
250 Khalil Lee
268 Jacob deGrom
318 Jacob deGrom
340 Jacob deGrom
340A Jacob deGrom – Autograph
359 Taijuan Walker
381 Francisco Lindor
397 Jacob deGrom
415 Dominic Smith
416 Jacob deGrom
445 Sean Manea / Jacob deGrom
472 Jacob deGrom
473 Jeff McNeil

482 Pete Alonso / Francisco Lindor
486 Brandon Nimmo
499 Pete Alonso
499A Pete Alonso – HR Derby Ball
504 Pete Alonso
504A Pete Alonso – Autograph
505 Pete Alonso / Ken Griffey Jr.
505A Pete Alonso / Ken Griffey Jr. – Autograph
507 Pete Alonso / Dave Jauss
507A Pete Alonso / Dave Jauss – Autograph
HRD-1A Pete Alonso – HR Derby Socks
530 New York Mets
539 Marcus Stroman
546 Pete Alonso
581 Javier Baez
591 Javier Baez
592 Brandon Drury
615 Javier Baez
648 Pete Alonso
725 Michael Conforto
753 Francisco Lindor
772 Pete Alonso
772A Pete Alonso – Autograph
793 New York Mets / New York Yankees
794 Joe Torre / Bobby Valentine

800 Francisco Lindor
873 Marcus Stroman
875 Noah Syndergaard

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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
190 Gleyber Torres
195 Giancarlo Stanton
202 Gerrit Cole
213 Gio Urshela
215 Corey Kluber
220 Aaron Judge
223 Gerrit Cole
235 Corey Kluber
235A Corey Kluber – Autograph
243 Carlos Rodon / Jordan Montgomery
246 New York Yankees
247 Gleyber Torres
254 New York Yankees

286 Albert Pujols / Babe Ruth
292 Clint Frazier
306 Michael King
371 New York Yankees
372 Aaron Judge
391 New York Yankees
403 Luke Voit
462 Chad Green
469 Luke Voit
475 Shohei Ohtani / Hideki Matsui
487 Gerrit Cole
494 Jasson Dominguez
533 Estevan Florial
540 Ryan LaMarre
569 Joey Gallo
573 Anthony Rizzo
584 Anthony Rizzo
584A Anthony Rizzo – Autograph
588 Anthony Rizzo
605 Jameson Taillon / Walker Buehler
609 Lucas Gil
614 Anthony Rizzo
620 Joey Gallo
623 Brett Gardner
638 New York Yankees / Kansas City Royals

649 Major League Baseball
649A Major League Baseball – GU Field of Dreams Game Ball
651 Aaron Judge
651A Aaron Judge – Auto Cornstalk
653 Giancarlo Stanton
658 Aaron Judge
659 Joey Gallo
670 Luis Gil
685 Andrew Velazquez
695 New York Yankees
714 Aroldis Chapman
714A Aroldis Chapman – Autograph
720 Giancarlo Stanton
722 Gerritt Cole
742 Gerrit Cole
749 Giancarlo Stanton
762 Gary Sanchez
771 Wander Franco / Mickey Mantle
776 Derek Jeter
776A Derek Jeter – Autograph
793 New York Mets / New York Yankees
794 Joe Torre / Bobby Valentine
795 Aaron Judge
801 Gary Sanchez
814 Nestor Cortes Jr.

818 Nestor Cortes Jr. / Jordan Montgomery
838 Luis Severino
860 Giancarlo Stanton
868 Aaron Judge / Giancarlo Stanton
874 Giancarlo Stanton
883 Anthony Rizzo
894 Gio Urshela
895 Aaron Judge
895A Aaron Judge – Autograph

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2021 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Oakland Athletics

48 Mitch Moreland
105 Oakland Athletics
110 Oakland Athletics
165 Ramon Laureano
185 Seth Brown
273 James Kaprielian
301 Sean Manaea
343 Elvis Andrus
346 Matt Chapman / Matt Olson
369 Ramon Laureano
445 Sean Manea / Jacob deGrom
456 Oakland Athletics
502 Matt Olson
502A Matt Olson – HR Derby Ball
514 Jed Lowrie
544 Sean Manaea
567 Starling Marte / Jesus Luzardo
603 Daulton Jefferies
612 Yan Gomes / Matt Olson
625 Starling Marte
688 Starling Marte
861 Starling Marte
866 Mark Canha
902 Frankie Montas / Max Fried

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2021 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Philadelphia Phillies

5 Jean Segura
19 Zack Wheeler
95 Aaron Nola
107 Mickey Moniak
107A Mickey Moniak – Autograph
108 Andrew Knapp
135 Rhys Hoskins
179 Zack Wheeler
230 Zack Wheeler / Steve Carlton
237 Andres McCutchen
237A Andrew McCutchen – Autograph GU Base
258 Rhys Hoskins
258A Rhys Hoskins – Autograph GU Base
261 Zack Wheeler
282 Zack Wheeler
294 Philadelphia Phillies
319 J.T. Realmuto
319A J.T. Realmuto – Autograph GU Base
332 Luke Williams
332A Luke Williams – Autograph/Autograph GU Base
334 Zack Wheeler
335 Jean Segura
347 Jean Segura
384 Rhys Hoskins
400 Bryce Harper

414 Aaron Nola
414A Aaron Nola – Autograph
448 Brad Miller
466 Bryce Harper
480 Brad Miller
525 JT Realmuto
545 Bryce Harper
558 Andrew McCutchen
561 Bryce Harper
575 Brad Miller
617 Bryce Harper
617A Bryce Harper – Autograph
631 Zack Wheeler
631A Zack Wheeler – Autograph
704 Zack Wheeler
719 Jean Segura
819 Bryce Harper
837 J.T. Realmuto
850 Philadelphia Phillies
863 Ranger Suarez

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2021 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Pittsburgh Pirates

2 Ke’Bryan Hayes
2A Ke’Bryan Hayes – Autograph
210 Will Craig
218 Jacob Stallings
284 Pittsburgh Pirates
316 Jacob Stallings
422 Max Kranick
464 Ben Gamel
516 Jacob Stallings
763 Pittsburgh Pirates / Chicago Cubs
788 Ke’Bryan Hayes
890 Oneil Cruz
896 Oneil Cruz

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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.
231 Fernando Tatis Jr.
232 Jake Cronenworth
253 Fernando Tatis Jr.
263 Fernando Tatis Jr.
285 Fernando Tatis Jr.
297 Marcus Semien / Fernando Tatis Jr.
305 Fernando Tatis Jr.
313 Blake Snell
350 Fernando Tatis Jr.
358 Fernando Tatis Jr. / Cody Bellinger
367 Fernando Tatis Jr.
376 Eric Hosmer / Victor Caratini

386 Ha-Seong Kim
398 Yu Darvish
406 Jake Cronenworth
410 Fernando Tatis Jr.
435 Trent Grisham
458 Manny Machado
465 Fernando Tatis Jr.
479 Fernando Tatis Jr.
481 Trent Grisham
511 Jake Cronenworth
511A Jake Cronenworth – Autograph
512 Wil Myers
542 Fernando Tatis Jr.
630 Yu Darvish
635 Blake Snell
664 Fernando Tatis Jr.
674 Jake Cronenworth
675 Tommy Pham
723 Joe Musgrove
764 Jake Cronenworth
844 Fernando Tatis Jr. / Vladimir Guerrero Jr.
848 Victor Caratini

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2021 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – San Francisco Giants

136 Anthony DeSclafani
170 San Francisco Giants
186 Willie Mays
239 San Francisco Giants
271 Jason Vosler
280 Buster Posey
296 Rich Hill / Kevin Gausman
317 Kevin Gausman
326 Brandon Crawford
327 Mike Tauchman
341 Anthony Desclafani
356 Brandon Crawford
362 Mike Yastrzemski
421 Curt Casali
582 Kris Bryant
599 Kris Bryant
599A Kris Bryant – Autograph
698 Brandon Belt
747 Logan Webb
805 San Francisco Giants
820 Kevin Gausman
882 San Francisco Giants
884 LaMonte Wade Jr.
901 San Francisco Giants
937 Buster Posey / Kris Bryant / Brandon Crawford

938 Logan Webb
938A Logan Webb – Autograph/Auto NLDS Ball
943 Buster Posey
943A Buster Posey – Auto NLDS Base
957 Evan Longoria
957A Evan Longoria – NLDS Game Ball
67 Logan Webb

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2021 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Seattle Mariners

23 Taylor Trammell
64 Kyle Seager
87 Ty France
147 Yusei Kikuchi
199 Yusei Kikuchi
208 Jarred Kelenic
208A Jarred Kelenic – Autograph
211 Jarred Kelenic
211A Jarred Kelenic – Autograph
312 Will Vest
324 Logan Gilbert
333 Jake Fraley
375 Kyle Seager
388 J.P. Crawford
389 Mitch Haniger
395 Shed Long Jr.
454 Jake Fraley
477 Logan Gilbert
485 Mitch Haniger
505 Pete Alonso / Ken Griffey Jr.
505A Pete Alonso / Ken Griffey Jr. – Autograph

549 Yusei Kikuchi
550 Cal Raleigh
560 Dylan Moore
586 Jarred Kelenic
751 Jarred Kelenic
760 Kyle Seager
822 Jarred Kelenic
872 Mitch Haniger
892 Mitch Haniger

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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
183 Jack Flaherty
209 Jack Flaherty
226 Nolan Arenado
287 Tyler O’Neill
360 Paul Goldschmidt
364 Yadier Molina
392 Adam Wainwright
523 Alex Reyes
541 Yadier Molina
543 Dylan Carlson
601 Yadier Molina
640 Adam Wainwright
702 Lars Nootbaar
745 Robbie Ray / Adam Wainwright
752 Yadier Molina / Adam Wainwright

778 Ted Simmons
778A Ted Simmons – Autograph
821 Dylan Carlson
834 Jon Lester
840 St. Louis Cardinals
847 Adam Wainwright
852 Tyler O’Neill
853 St. Louis Cardinals
859 St. Louis Cardinals
885 Paul Goldschmidt
903 Kyle Tucker / Tyler O’Neill

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2021 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Tampa Bay Rays

62 Brent Honeywell Jr.
66 Tyler Glasnow
212 Brett Phillips
233 Randy Arozarena
251 Francisco Mejia
260 Taylor Walls
262 Tampa Bay Rays
269 Rich Hill
272 Manuel Margot
296 Rich Hill / Kevin Gausman
325 Tyler Glasnow
352 Randy Arozarena
402 Wander Franco
402A Wander Franco – Auto GU Base
470 Vidal Brujan
470A Vidal Brujan – Auto GU Base
474 Tampa Bay Rays
538 Austin Meadows
548 Nelson Cruz
589 Wander Franco
632 Brett Phillips
645 Wander Franco
656 Nelson Cruz
667 Brett Phillips
671 Nelson Cruz

672 Mike Zunino
680 Wander Franco
697 Wander Franco
703 Wander Franco
756 Tampa Bay Rays
771 Wander Franco / Mickey Mantle
823 Brett Phillips
833 Shane Baz
856 Wander Franco
865 Shane Baz
880 Wander Franco
881 Tampa Bay Rays
887 Brandon Lowe
888 Tampa Bay Rays
924 Wander Franco
924A Wander Franco – GU ALDS Base
925 Nelson Cruz
925A Nelson Cruz – Autograph
926 Randy Arozarena
926A Randy Arozarena – Autograph
927 Shane McClanahan
946 Wander Franco
955 Wander Franco
955A Wander Franco – Auto ALDS Base

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2021 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Texas Rangers

28 Nate Lowe
40 Nate Lowe
98 Nate Lowe
193 Adolis Garcia
194 Dane Dunning
252 Adolis Garcia
259 Adolis Garcia
278 Adolis Garcia
298 Adolis Garcia / Trevor Rogers
330 Brock Holt
405 Adolis Garcia
440 Joey Gallo
471 Joey Gallo
500 Joey Gallo
500A Joey Gallo – HR Derby Ball
590 Jonah Heim
602 Jonah Heim
602A Jonah Heim – Autograph
699 Nate Lowe
716 Glenn Otto
770 A.J. Alexy
807 Adolis Garcia

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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
221 Vladimir Guerrero Jr.
267 Ronald Acuna Jr. / Vladimir Guerrero Jr.
277 Alek Manoah
293 Vladimir Guerrero Jr.
297 Marcus Semien / Fernando Tatis Jr.
328 Robbie Ray
345 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. / Cavan Biggio / Bo Bichette
351 Toronto Blue Jays
354 Vladimir Guerrero Jr.
417 Vladimir Guerrero / Vladimir Guerrero Jr.
417A Vladimir Guerrero / Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – Autograph

449 Alek Manoah
510 Vladimir Guerrero Jr.
510A Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – Autograph
513 Vladimir Guerrero Jr.
521 Vladimir Guerrero Jr.
551 George Springer
580 Jose Berrios
583 Santiago Espinal
597 Jose Berrios
613 George Springer
619 Bo Bichette
627 Marcus Semien
633 George Springer
644 Alek Manoah
644A Alek Manoah – Autograph
705 Robbie Ray
745 Robbie Ray / Adam Wainwright
750 Marcus Semien
755 Teoscar Hernandez
767 Vladimir Guerrero Jr.
767A Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – Autograph
768 Marcus Semien
786 Vladimir Guerrero Jr.
796 Teoscar Hernandez / Lourdes Gurriel Jr.

802 Vladimir Guerrero Jr.
803 Alek Manoah
811 Robbie Ray
812 Bo Bichette
825 Marcus Semien
844 Fernando Tatis Jr. / Vladimir Guerrero Jr.
857 Marcus Semien
862 Marcus Semien
876 Marcus Semien
876A Marcus Semien – Autograph
877 Bo Bichette
877A Bo Bichette – Autograph
889 Toronto Blue Jays
898 Vladimir Guerrero Jr.
898A Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – Autograph
904 Alek Manoah / Frank Schwindel
906 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. / Salvador Perez
908 Robbie Ray

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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
189 Max Scherzer
236 Max Scherzer
255 Ryan Zimmerman
353 Kyle Schwarber
377 Yan Gomes
390 Kyle Schwarber
408 Kyle Schwarber
417 Vladimir Guerrero / Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (Montreal Expos)
417A Vladimir Guerrero / Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (Montreal Expos) – Autograph
425 Kyle Schwarber
428 Kyle Schwarber
433 Trea Turner
444 Shohei Ohtani / Kyle Schwarber
497 Juan Soto
497A Juan Soto – HR Derby Ball
HRD-3A Juan Soto – HR Derby Socks
524 Alcides Escobar
527 Juan Soto
528 Jon Lester
596 Yadiel Hernandez

629 Josiah Gray
766 Carter Kieboom
842 Josiah Gray
854 Juan Soto
916 Juan Soto
958 Max Scherzer

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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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3 comments

  1. Steve 16 November, 2021 at 10:31

    Thanks, Ryan. Very helpful to have the team lists! You left out a Phillies team card, though–#737.

  2. Steve 16 November, 2021 at 10:34

    Actually, it looks like what happened is that August 29, 30 and 31 were left out of the August listing, and then that carried through, because cards 728-740 don’t show up on the team sets.

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