2023 Topps Now Baseball Checklist, Team Set Lists, Print Runs and Details

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2023 Topps Now Baseball marks the eighth year for the daily print-to-order brand that aims to curate the MLB season and its many storylines.

From notable debuts to record-setting performances to quirky moments sometimes involving stray animals, collectors can expect a lot of ground to be covered on the 2023 Topps Now Baseball checklist by the time the final out of the World Series is recorded.

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How to Buy 2023 Topps Now Baseball Cards

Each day, a new batch of cards is available through the Topps website for just 24 hours. The number of cards varies, sometimes with just one or two and others with 10 or more. Occasionally, there might be a day with a small slate of games and nothing notable coming out of them resulting in a break day for collectors.

Individual cards cost $9.99 each direct from Topps. Discounted bundles of five, 10 and 20 copies of the same card are also available. So are daily bundles with one of each card.

Another option to potentially save some money, especially during the sales window, is eBay. A handful of dealers buy in bulk and offer cards for less than what it costs direct from Topps. Presale cards can typically be found on eBay for $6 or less, no matter the player or moment.

2023 Topps Now Baseball cards have five levels of parallels: Blue (/49), Purple (/25), Red (/10), Orange (/5) and Gold (1/1). These are randomly inserted in orders as bonus cards. Some cards also have autographs and memorabilia versions that are sold separately.

Top 10 Highest Selling 2023 Topps Now Baseball Cards

1. 472 Victor Wembanyama – Basketball Star Throws Out 1st Pitch in the Bronx – 48,654 copies
2. 927 Ronald Acuña Jr. – 1st Player MLB History w/ a 40 HR & 70 SB Season – 36,544 copies
3. 625 Shohei Ohtani – MLB Doubleheader First: 1st SHO of Career in Game 1, 2 HR Encore in Game 2 – 33,887 copies
4. 736 LeBron James / Mookie Betts – Salute to Greatness: LA Legends Salute After Power Display in Dodger Stadium – 32,719 copies
5. 541 Elly De La Cruz – 2nd Player Since 1961 to Steal Three Bases in a Plate Appearance – 30,759 copies
6. 485 Elly De La Cruz – Youngest Player to Hit for Cycle in 51 Seasons – 28,242 copies
7. 392 Elly De La Cruz – Smokes 112-MPH Double for First MLB Hit – 25,773 copies
8. 798 Jasson Domínguez – “The Martian” Takes Flight with HR in MLB Debut – 25,381 copies
9. 2 Anthony Volpe – Yankees Top Prospect Makes His Big-League Debut – 19,614 copies
10. 400 Elly De La Cruz – 1st Career HR Exits at 114.8 MPH, Travels 458 Feet – 18,972 copies

Top 10 Lowest Selling 2023 Topps Now Baseball Cards

1. 482 Braxton Garrett – Sets Career-High Mark with 13 Ks. vs. Pirates – 156 copies
2. 227 Christian Walker – Two HR Game Powers D-Backs to a Win – 189 copies
3. 299 Jorge Soler – Hammers a 2-Run Walk-Off HR to Complete Comeback – 202 copies
4. 196 Jean Segura – 9th-Inning RBI Single Caps Off Marlins 1st Walk-Off Win of 2023 – 205 copies
5. 279 José Abreu – Given Standing Ovation in Return to Chicago – 205 copies
6. 293 Lourdes Gurriel Jr. – Walks Off Giants with 9th-Inning RBI Double – 209 copies
7. 215 San Diego Padres – Complete Two-Game Sweep of Giants Down in Mexico City – 210 copies
8. 248 Isaac Paredes – Walks Off Yankees in Exciting 10-Inning Affair – 210 copies
9. 214 Charlie Blackmon / Larry Walker – Scores 893rd Run, Passes Hall-of-Famer in Franchise History – 214 copies
10. 208 Nathan Eovaldi – Blanks Yankees, 2-0, on 1st Career Nine-Inning Shutout – 217 copies

2023 Topps Now Baseball Checklist

This 2023 Topps Now Baseball checklist will be updated regularly throughout the season. Print runs will be added as they become available. If you’re looking for a specific card, click on the links to see what’s currently available on eBay.

Mar/Apr

2023 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – March/April

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Parallels:

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

March 31

1 Aaron Judge – Home Run Champ Opens 2023 MLB Season in Style – 4,695
2 Anthony Volpe – Yankees Top Prospect Makes His Big-League Debut – 19,614
3 Gerrit Cole – Sets Yankees Opening Day Strikeout Record with 11 – 1,483
4 Adley Rutschman – Makes Opening Day History Going 5-for-5 w/ 4 RBI – 9,064
5 Masataka Yoshida – Japanese Superstar Hits in Opening Day Debut – 6,499
6 Adam Wainwright – “Uncle Charlie” Sings the National Anthem on Opening Day – 1,832
7 Jordan Walker – 20-Year-Old Gets First Hit on Opening Day – 10,351
8 Bubba Thompson – HR Robbery Helps Preserve Lead in 11-7 Win – 1,374
9 C.J. Cron – Hits 2 HRs and Ties Team Opening Day RBI Mark – 819
10 Will Smith – Sets Dodgers Catcher Record for RBI on Opening Day – 906
11 Shohei Ohtani – 4th Pitcher in Team History w/ 10-Plus Ks in Opener – 4,152
12 George Springer – Veteran Paces Team in Win with 5-Hit Showing – 869
13 Pitch Timer – Makes Timely MLB Debut on Opening Day – 3,200
14 Corey Julks – University of Houston Product Hits in MLB Debut – 788
15 Kyle Lewis – 1st Career Pinch-Hit Homer Gives Edge in 2-1 Win – 265
16 Miami Marlins – Throwback Vibes Power 1st Win of 2023 Season – 295
17 Steven Kwan – Ties Larry Doby with 5-RBI Performance vs. Seattle – 379

April 1

18 Joey Wiemer – Cracks Double on First Pitch of MLB Career – 1,446
19 Mitch Garver – Records Career-Day at the Plate with 2 HRs, 6 RBI – 359
20 Ronald Acuña Jr. / Matt Olson – Back-to-Back Jacks to Lead Off Game Set Tone in 7-1 Win – 534
21 Blake Sabol – Rookie Collects 1st MLB Hit in Road Victory – 719
22 Anthony Volpe – Collects 1st Hit and Runs Into Yankees Record Book – 14,094
23 Los Angeles Angels – Drop 11-Run Inning Onto Oakland in Lopsided Victory – 1,872
24 Adam Duvall – 2nd HR of Day Is Walk-Off Winner vs. Baltimore – 570
25 Miguel Cabrera / Ichiro – Miggy Passes Legend with 3,090th Career MLB Hit – 1,056
26 Minnesota Twins – Open Season with Consecutive Shutouts – First Time in Team History – 345
27 Trayce Thompson – Veteran Has Day to Remember with 3 Homers and 8 RBI – 632

April 2

28 Jeffrey Springs – Strikes Out Career-High 12 Over Six No-Hit Innings – 380
29 MacKenzie Gore – Earns Washington Nationals’ 1st Win of 2023 in Debut – 564
30 Jhony Brito – Fires Five Shutout Innings to Win in MLB Debut – 1,640
31 Anthony Volpe – 5th Player Since 1901 to Steal Base in First 3 Games – 4,237
32 Kodai Senga – “Ghost Forkball” Haunts Hitters in MLB Debut – 6,207
33 Brendan Donovan / Alec Burleson / Nolan Gorman – Trifecta of 1st-Inning Homers Propel Club to Victory – 555
34 Brice Turang – Drives in 1st Career Run in 9-5 Win vs. Cubs – 1,372
35 Logan O’Hoppe – Rookie’s 1st MLB Homer Is a Three-Run Blast – 1,790
36 Mike Trout / Shohei Ohtani – Duo Hammers 1st HRs of 2023 Season on Back-to-Back Pitches – 4,235

April 3

37 Brice Turang – 1st Career MLB Homer Comes in Grand Fashion – 1,757
38 San Francisco Giants – Club Goes Back-to-Back Twice in Same Inning vs. White Sox – 393
39 David Villar – Grand Slam and Five RBI Power a 12-5 Win on the Road – 341
40 Gleyber Torres – Connects on 100th Career MLB Homer in 8-1 Victory – 525
41 Masataka Yoshida – 1st Career MLB HR Soars High Over the Green Monster – 4,756
42 Gunnar Henderson – 1st Homer of 2023 Season Proves to Be Game-Winner – 3,461
43 Yordan Alvarez – Sets Astros Record for Quickest to 100 Career HRs – 639
44 David Dahl / Ha-Seong Kim – Back-to-Back Homers Send Padres Fans Home Happy – 569
45 Shohei Ohtani / Ichiro – Japanese Baseball Legends Meet-Up Before Game – 4,802

April 4

46 Sandy Alcantara – NL Cy Young Award Winner Tosses 1st SHO of 2023 – 316
47 Tampa Bay Rays – Stay Perfect in 2023 Thanks to Three 9th-Inning Homers – 232
48 Kyle Schwarber – 200th Career MLB HR Sets Tone for Win in the Bronx – 517
49 Ji-Hwan Bae – 1st HR Clears Green Monster Wall, Scaled to Rob Hit – 971
50 Rowdy Tellez / Brian Anderson / Garrett Mitchell – Trio Sets Off Fireworks with 5 Homers Combined – 430
51 Dylan Dodd – Southpaw Is Victorious in MLB Debut vs. St. Louis – 1,316
52 Tony Kemp – 9th-Inning RBI Single Walks Off Cleveland, 4-3 – 243
53 A.J. Pollock / Teoscar Hernandez – Offseason Additions Combine for 4 HRs and 9 RBI in 11-2 Blowout Win – 298

April 5

54 Jordan Walker – Rookie Phenom Slugs 1st Career MLB Homer – 9,038
55 Joey Wiemer – 1st MLB Homer Comes in Exciting Matinee vs. Mets – 1,062
56 Garrett Mitchell – Hammers 1st Career Walk-Off Home Run in 7-6 Win – 1,364
57 Grayson Rodriguez – Orioles Top Prospect Makes His MLB Debut in Texas – 2,818
58 Jacob deGrom – Strikes Out 11 to Record 1st Win in a Rangers Jersey – 397
59 Miguel Cabrera – Gets Texas-Sized Sendoff Before Series Finale – 948
60 Elvis Andrus – Veteran Collects His 2,000th Career MLB Knock – 352

April 6

61 Miguel Cabrera – Retiring Legend Still Swinging in Final Home Opener – 1,877
62 Blake Sabol – Hits 434-Foot Blast for 1st Career MLB HR – 579
63 J.D. Davis – Drives in 5 RBI During Club’s 16-6 Blowout Win – 234
64 Orlando Arcia – 9th-Inning RBI Walks Off 2023 Home Opener – 412

April 7

65 Pete Alonso – 2nd Fastest to 150 Career Homers in MLB History – 1,492
66 Julio Rodriguez – Makes Team History with Two-Run, Go-Ahead Blast – 1,501
67 Sonny Gray – New Career High of 13Ks in Home Opener Victory – 320
68 Jose Miranda / Kyle Farmer – 10th-Inning RBI Singles Lead to Walk-Off Win in Opener – 337
69 Andrew McCutchen – Fan-Favorite Embraced by PNC Park Crowd in Return – 619
70 Bryan Reynolds – Incredible 6 RBI Showing Paces Club in 13-9 Win – 387
71 Oscar Colás – Rookie Slugs 1st Career MLB Longball vs. Pirates – 1,459
72 Jordan Walker – 20-Year-Old Hitting at Historic Pace to Start Career – 2,646

April 8

73 Nick Lodolo – Strikes Out Career-High 12 Over Seven Scoreless IP – 306
74 Bryson Stott – Walk-Off RBI Single Caps Three-Run Comeback in 9th – 464
75 Rafael Devers – Drives in 5 Runs During Two-Homer Day vs. Tigers – 297
76 Giancarlo Stanton – 116.3 MPH HR Is Hardest Hit at Oriole Park at Camden Yards – 403
77 Tampa Bay Rays – The Best Team in Baseball Playing Like It’s 1939 – 295
78 Nolan Arenado – Superstar Hits 300th Home Run in Milestone Victory – 925
79 Stone Garrett – Career-High 5 RBI Is Difference-Maker in 7-6 Win – 509

April 9

80 Brandon Lowe – Grand Slam & 5 RBI Keep Rays Rolling, Win 11-0 – 284
81 Will Brennan – Makes Team History with Two Late Game-Tying Hits – 774
82 Josh Bell – 12th-Inning RBI Single Wraps Up Wild, Walk-Off Afternoon – 245
83 José Abreu – 10-Game Hit Streak Upon Astros Debut Sets Record – 257
84 Hunter Brown – Allows 2 Hits Over 7 IP to Earn 1st Win of 2023 – 873
85 Kevin Kiermaier / Matt Chapman – Go Combined 6-for-10 with 10 RBI in Extra-Innings Win – 301
86 Nelson Cruz – Ageless Wonder Drives in Six in 10-2 Victory – 241
87 Jordan Walker / Ted Williams – Ties the Hall-of-Famer for Hit Streak to Begin MLB Career – 2,968

April 10

88 Tampa Bay Rays – Longest Season-Opening Win Streak in Wild Card Era (10-0) – 393
89 Alec Bohm – Leads Phillies Offense with 6 RBI in 15-3 Drubbing – 402
90 Sean Murphy – 1st Homer with Club Is Walk-Off Winner in Extras – 507
91 Nico Hoerner – 1st Career Walk-Off Hit in 3-2 Extra-Innings Win – 495
92 Andrew Heaney – Ties AL Record with 9 Consecutive Whiffs vs. K.C. – 250
93 Mike Trout – Scores Record-Breaking 523rd Run at Angel Stadium – 931
94 Max Muncy – Goes Off for 2 HRs and 7 RBI in 9-1 Victory – 252
95 Jordan Walker – Sets Cardinals Hit Streak Record to Begin Career – 4,462

April 11

96 Franchy Cordero – 10 RBI in 1st 6 Games w/Yankees Ties Club Record – 526
97 Ryan Mountcastle – Ties Orioles Single-Game RBI Record on Epic Day – 1,022
98 Ji Hwan Bae – Blasts 1st Career MLB Walk-Off Homer vs. Astros – 907
99 Ji Man Choi / Ji Hwan Bae – 1st South Korean-Born Teammates to Homer in Same Game – 594
100 Luis Arraez – Collects 1st Cycle in Marlins History – 746
101 Kevin Kiermaier – Home Run Robbery Witnessed North of the Border – 419
102 Ozzie Albies – Smashes 100th Career MLB Home Run in 7-6 Win – 575
103 Nelson Velázquez – 1st Career Grand Slam Caps 7-Run Comeback – 954
104 Byron Buxton – 100th Career HR Part of Walk-Off Win Evening – 426
105 Jonah Heim – Walks Off Royals with 10th-Inning Three-Run HR – 278
106 Shohei Ohtani – Sets Angels Record for Runs Allowed Streak – 3,484

April 12

107 Corey Julks – First HR of Big-League Career Highlights 7-0 Win – 649
108 Jarred Kelenic – Homers in 3rd Straight Game – 482-Foot Rocket – 648
109 Nolan Gorman – Late HRs in Back-to-Back Games Joins Rare Company – 904
110 Jordan Walker – 9th-Inning Single Ties Streak Record Set in 1912 – 3,584
111 Taj Bradley – Top Prospect Wins MLB Debut, Team Improves to 12-0 – 1,567
112 George Springer – 9th-Inning Walk-Off RBI Single Bites Tigers – 280
113 Bobby Witt Jr. – 3 SBs, 3 Hits by 22-Year-Old Make Royals History – 732

April 13

114 Adley Rutschman – 1st Career Walk-Off HR Sends Fans Home Happy – 4,984
115 Braden Bristo – Crucial Scoreless Outing Earns Save in MLB Debut – 757
116 Tampa Bay Rays – Rays Improve to 13-0, Tie MLB Modern-Day Record – 1,046
117 Edouard Julien – Two-for-One – 1st MLB Hit and Homer Come in Same Inning – 1,790

April 14

118 Nick Maton – 11th-Inning Walk-Off Blast Completes Comeback – 549
119 Anthony Volpe – Leads Off and Hits 1st MLB HR in 1st Inning – 9,509
120 Bo Bichette – 5-for-5 with Record-Setting 500th Hit vs. Rays – 563
121 Austin Riley – 100th Career HR Highlights Braves 10-2 Victory – 755
122 Francisco Lindor – Ties Career-High of 7 RBI in Blowout 17-6 Win – 596
123 New York Mets – 1st Team in Modern Era with 17+ Runs, 17+ Walks in Road Win – 600

April 15

124 Major League Baseball – Players Around the League Wear “42” to Honor Jackie Robinson – 559
125 Domingo Germán – Whiffs Career-High 11 Batters in 1st Win of 2023 – 348
126 Anthony Volpe – Youngest in Yankees History to Steal Three Bases in One Game – 2,287
127 Miguel Cabrera – Records 1st Pinch-Hit Walk-Off of 21-Year Career – 805
128 Oscar Colás – 1st Career Walk-Off Hit Caps Off Exciting Afternoon – 856
129 Andrew McCutchen – Plays Hero with 10th-Inning, Two-Run, Go-Ahead HR – 364
130 Jake Cronenworth – Logs 1st Multi-HR Day While Plating Career-High Six RBI – 315
131 Mike Trout – 300th Career Double Puts Superstar in Rare Company – 1,357
132 Wil Myers – Power Source Behind Club’s 13-0 Win vs. Phillies – 302
133 David Peralta – Two-Run Walk-Off Single Is Perfect Ending at Dodger Stadium – 289

April 16

134 Gerrit Cole – Twirls Complete-Game Shutout, Strikes Out 10 – 609
135 Bryson Stott – 1st Career Leadoff HR Extends Historic Hit Streak – 481
136 Vaughn Grissom – 9th-Inning RBI Single Completes Sweep vs. Royals – 1,027
137 Nolan Gorman / Tommy Edman – 10th-Inning RBI Hits Complete Comeback and Walk-Off Pirates – 292

April 17

138 Patrick Wisdom – 2-HR Day Makes 5 Homers in Last 4 Game – 425
139 Cody Bellinger – Collects First 5-Hit Day of Big League Career – 471
140 Masataka Yoshida / Shohei Ohtani – Team Japan Teammates Square Off for First Time in MLB – 4,030

April 18

141 Kerry Carpenter – Later Homer Leads Tigers to Third Straight Walk-Off – 684
142 Bryson Stott – Sets Phillies Record for Hit Streak to Start Season – 628
143 Shohei Ohtani / Babe Ruth – Legends Homer at Yankee Stadium 100 Years Apart to the Day – 8,336
144 Fair or Fowl? – Flying Friends Take a Stroll at Fenway Park During Game – 1,088
145 Alex Verdugo – Screamer Stays Fair, Walks-Off Twins in 10th Inning – 429
146 Clayton Kershaw – Ace Wins 200th Career Game in Spectacular Fashion – 2,877

April 19

147 Tommy Edman / Nolan Gorman – 5 RBI & 1st Career Grand Slam Power 14-5 Bashing of Arizona Diamondbacks – 416
148 Michael Conforto / Mike Yastrzemski – Pair of 11th-Inning Blasts Help Giants Win in Extras, 5-2 – 303
149 Aaron Judge – Steals Ohtani’s 1st-Inning HR, Adds HR of His Own – 3,902
150 Brandon Nimmo – Has Perfect 5-for-5 Day, 2nd Career Five-Hit Game – 501
151 Julio Rodriguez – Poseidon? J-Rod? Mariners Debut the Trident – 7,864
152 Mason Miller – Fires Triple-Digit Fastballs in MLB Debut – 858
153 Enmanuel Valdez – Notches First Two Hits of MLB Career in Debut – 715
154 Brent Headrick – Records Three-Inning Save in MLB Debt – 728

April 20

155 Mookie Betts – Turns Slick Double-Play in MLB Shortstop Debut – 618
156 James Outman – 9th-Inning Grand Slam Caps 2-HR, 5-RBI Performance – 2,833
157 Pete Alonso – Belts MLB-Leading 9th HR, Moves to 5th on Mets All-Time HR List – 671

April 21

158 Drew Smyly – Takes Perfect Game Bid Into 8th, Whiffs 10 in Win – 390
159 Christian Bethancourt / Brandon Lowe – 9th-Inning Homers Extend Rays Home Undefeated Streak – 238
160 Adam Frazier – RBI Single Plates Walk-Off Run in Win vs. Detroit – 361
161 Shohei Ohtani – Masterful on the Mound w/Seven Scoreless IP & 11 Ks – 2,976
162 Zac Gallen – Ace Extends Scoreless Innings Streak to 21 1/3 – 267
163 Julio Rodriguez – Reaches 30-HR, 30-SB Milestone at Near-Record Pace – 1,088
164 Pete Alonso – 1st in Mets History with 10 Homers Before May – 673
165 Jordan Diaz – 1st Career MLB HR Is 9th-Inning, Go-Ahead Blast – 646

April 22

166 DJ LeMahieu – Pinch-Hit RBI Single Walks Off Blue Jays – 429
167 James Outman – Sets Dodgers Rookie HR Mark for March/April – 2,867
168 Tampa Bay Rays – Set MLB Record with HR in 21st Straight Game to Start Season – 363
169 Randy Arozarena – Star’s 4th RBI of Day Is 9th-Inning, Walk-Off Winner – 451
170 Adolis Garcia – Big Day Down in Texas – 3 HR and 8 RBI for Slugger – 459
171 Fernando Tatis Jr. – Connects on 1st HR Since September 30, 2021 – 458

April 23

172 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – Feasts on “The Big Apple” – Sets Mark for Slugging in the Bronx – 376
173 Masataka Yoshida – 1st Since 2013 with HR & Grand Slam in Same Inning – 3,456
174 Marcus Stroman – Collects 1,000th Career Strikeout vs. Dodgers – 331
175 Los Angeles Angels – Ward, Trout and Ohtani Hit Back-to-Back-to-Back Homers in Win – 2,102
176 Matt Carpenter – 5-RBI Night Helps Power Padres Past Diamondbacks, 7-5 – 289

April 24

177 Tampa Bay Rays – Modern-Day Record for Home Wins to Start Season – Improve to 14-0 – 407
178 TJ Friedl – 1st Career Walk-Off Hit Sends Away Rangers – 371
179 Spencer Strider – Nearly Unhittable, Ks 13 in 8 Scoreless Frames – 1,006
180 Brent Rooker/Jesús Aguilar – Make Oakland Athletics HR History – Go Back-to-Back Twice in the Same Game – 314
181 Alex Cobb – Fires His 1st Complete-Game Shutout Since 2012 – 294
182 Wander Franco – Shortstop Makes Spectacular Barehanded Snag Versus Astros – 955

April 25

183 Jarren Duran – 1st Career MLB Grand Slam Is Difference-Maker in Baltimore – 401
184 Blake Sabol – Rookie’s 1st Walk-Off HR Caps Comeback Win vs. St. Louis – 678
185 Brenton Doyle – Tallies 1st Hit, SB and RBI in 3-Hit, 2-SB Game – 694
186 Michael Busch – Hits, Runs and Score in MLB Debut in Pittsburgh – 1,565

April 26

187 Nick Senzel – 1st HR of 2023 Is Two-Run Walk-Off Winner vs. Texas – 295
188 Aaron Judge – Birthday Boy Collects Three Hits, RBI in 12-6 Win – 823
189 Zac Gallen – Punches Out a Dozen as Scoreless Streak Hits 28 IP – 268
190 Drew Maggi – Makes MLB Debut After 13 Minor League Seasons – 1,397
191 Mauricio Dubón – 20-Game Hit Streak Is Houston’s Longest Since 2011 – 366
192 Esteury Ruiz / Rickey Henderson – Rookie Matches Henderson Back in ’83 with Four Steals in Game – 541
193 Tanner Bibee – Team History with Five Straight Strikeouts in MLB Debut – 1,179

April 27

194 Shohei Ohtani – Star Comes Within Feet of One-of-a-Kind Performance – 2,660
195 Brett Baty – Thre-Hit Day & 1st HR of 2023 Highlight Comeback Win – 1,287

April 28

196 Jean Segura – 9th-Inning RBI Single Caps Off Marlins 1st Walk-Off Win of 2023 – 205
197 Matt Olson – 500th Career RBI Comes on 3-Run HR vs. Mets – 347
198 Mookie Betts / Ichiro – Hits 38th Career Lead-Off HR, Passing Legend for 10th All-Time – 689
199 Paul Goldschmidt – 2nd First Baseman in MLB History with 150 SB/300 HR – 399

April 29

200 Grayson Rodriguez – Whiffs Nine Batters En-Route to 1st MLB Victory – 1,396
201 Drew Maggi – 33-Year-Old Collects First Big-League Hit in Win – 1,209
202 Jack Suwinski – Helps Complete Doubleheader Sweep with 5 RBI Night – 322
203 Kevin Gausman – Overtakes as MLB Strikeout Leader with Career-High 13K Outing – 232
204 Daulton Varsho – 10th-Inning RBI Single Ends Scoreless Duel in Toronto – 243
205 Alex Verdugo – Plays Extra-Innings Hero Once Again, Beats Cleveland 8-7 – 300
206 Major League Baseball – Major League Baseball Played for the First Time in Mexico’s Capital – 516
206-S Major League Baseball – Grandes Liga de Béisbol Jugó Por Primera Vez En La Capital De México – 638
207 Manny Machado – Two-Homer Night Plays Crucial Part in Mexico City Win – 508
208 Nathan Eovaldi – Blanks Yankees, 2-0, on 1st Career Nine-Inning Shutout – 217
209 Mike Trout – Another Career-First Achieved for Angels Superstar – 662

April 30

210 Cal Raleigh – Pair of Two-Run Blasts Help Get Extra-Innings Win – 354
211 Esteury Ruiz – 9th-Inning RBI Single Walks Off Reds in Matinee – 448
212 Andrew Vaughn – 1st Career Walk-Off Is 3-Run HR to Cap Comeback Win – 255
213 Josh Jung – 1st Career Grand Slam Sets Tone in 15-2 Win – 1,002
214 Charlie Blackmon / Larry Walker – Scores 893rd Run, Passes Hall-of-Famer in Franchise History – 214
215 San Diego Padres – Complete Two-Game Sweep of Giants Down in Mexico City – 210

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May

2023 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – May

Parallels:

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

May 1

216 Sean Murphy – Two HRs and Career-High Six RBI Highlights 9-8 Win – 387
217 Ronald Acuña Jr. – Slugger Joins Upper Deck Elite with Mammoth Homer – 523
218 Enmanuel Valdez – Cracks 1st Career MLB Homer in Win vs. Toronto – 622
219 Alex Verdugo – 9th-Inning Solo Blast Is Third Walk-Off of 2023 – 336
220 Bo Bichette – Overtakes the MLB Hits Lead with 5-for-5 Night – 316
221 Xander Bogaerts – 30-Game On-Base Streak Sets Padres Record – 323

May 2

222 Andrew Benintendi – RBI Single Gives Club Consecutive Walk-Off Wins – 270
223 Anthony Volpe – 2nd Yankees Player in Last 100 Seasons to Hit Base Theft Milestone – 2,445
224 Ryan Mountcastle – 2 HRs & 5 RBI Power Orioles Past Royals, 11-7 – 424
225 Bryce Miller – 1st in Mariners History with 10+ Ks in MLB Debut – 1,616

May 3

226 Eric Haase – 1st HR of 2023 & 5 RBI Propel Tigers Past Mets – 356
227 Christian Walker – Two HR Game Powers D-Backs to a Win – 189
228 Brett Sullivan – 1st Career HR & First Four RBI Come in Same Game – 587
229 Max Muncy – Nails Dodgers 1st Walk-Off Grand Slam Since 2010 – 374
230 Marcell Ozuna – 200th Career Longball Comes on 2 HR, 5 RBI Day – 297
231 Jose Trevino – 10th-Inning RBI Hit Walks Off Cleveland, Win 4-3 – 298
232 Zack Greinke – 1st Starter to Throw Under 45 Pitches and Get Win Since Maddux – 372
233 Shohei Ohtani / Babe Ruth – Joins Legend as Only Other Player with 500-K/100-HR in History – 9,034

May 4

234 Alex Call – Connects for 1st Career Walk-Off HR in 4-3 Win – 702
235 Eduardo Rodriguez – 1,000th Career Strikeout Comes in Scoreless Outing – 317
236 Rafael Devers – 150th Career HR Caps 11-5 Victory Over Blue Jays – 483
237 Miguel Amaya – Cubs Catching Prospect Plates RBI in MLB Debut – 866

May 5

238 Anthony Santander – 2 Blasts and Career-High 5 RBI Power Big Road Win – 391
239 Fernando Tatis Jr. – Touches Kershaw for Two HRs Again in Victory – 813
240 Yordan Alvarez – Slugger Sets New Astros On-Base Record in Win – 383
241 Matt Mervis – Debuting Rookie Drives in Run with 1st MLB Hit – 2,362

May 6

242 Riley Greene – Makes Leaping Catch at the Center-Field Wall – 1,061
243 Kevin Pillar – 100th Career HR Is Go-Ahead, Pinch-Hit Blast – 349
244 J.P. France – Fires Off Five Scoreless Innings in MLB Debut – 725

May 7

245 Michael Harris II – Records First Career Walk-Off Hit in 12-Inning Win – 1,951
246 Bartolo Colon – Tosses Out First Pitch on Anniversary of Iconic HR – 595
247 Brenton Doyle – Rookie’s 1st Career HR Comes in Big Offensive Day – 541
248 Isaac Paredes – Walks Off Yankees in Exciting 10-Inning Affair – 210
249 Paul Goldschmidt – Bashes in 3rd Career Three-Homer Performance – 464
250 Willy Adames – Shortstop’s 100th Career HR Comes on 4-RBI Day – 272
251 Joey Meneses – Three-Run 9th-Inning Homer Delivers 9-8 Victory – 512
252 Bryce Miller – Earns 1st MLB Victory in Historic Fashion – 1,099
253 Mookie Betts – Game-Tying Solo HR in 9th Inning Rallies Win – 319

May 8

254 Mitch Keller – Fires 1st CareerComplete-Game Shutout – 383
255 Willson Contreras – Leads Club to Victory in Return to Wrigley Field – 408
256 Logan Gilbert – Ties Club Record with Seven Straight Strikeouts – 321
257 Zac Gallen – Sets Team Mark with 24 1/3 Scoreless Home Frames – 232
258 Jake Irvin – Earns 1st MLB Victory with 6.1 Scoreless Innings – 695

May 9

259 Adley Rutschman – Hardest Hit Ball of Career Lands on Eutaw Street – 1,980
260 Francisco Alvarez – 5th Youngest Catcher Since 1900 with Multi-HR Game – 1,322
261 Jordan Diaz – 3rd Rookie in Club History with 3 Homer Game – 857
262 Shohei Ohtani – Passes Babe Ruth for Most Career Strikeouts by Two-Way Player – 8,916
263 Jorge Soler – Two Homers Soar a Combined 901 Feet in Big Night – 365

May 10

264 Anthony Volpe – Yankees Rookie Blasts 1st Career Grand Slam – 7,558
265 Clayton Kershaw – Passes Hall-of-Famer Bunning in Career Strikeouts – 619
266 Justin Verlander – 21st Pitcher in History to Defeat All 30 Teams – 656
267 Kenley Jansen – Notches 400th Career Save – 7th Closer to Reach Milestone – 561
268 Alex Kirilloff – Hits 1st Career Walk-Off in Extra Inning Thriller – 321
269 Charles Leclerc – Throws Ceremonial First Pitch at Yankee Stadium – 2,284

May 11

270 Freddy Fermin – Rookie Drops 1st Royals Bunt Walk-Off Since 1982 – 613
271 Josh Lowe – Five RBI Game Powers Rays to MLB Best 30 Wins – 265
272 Nathan Eovaldi – MLB Scoreless Innings Leader Throws Another Gem – 232
273 Casey Schmitt – Giants Rookie Joins McCovey with 4-for4 Day – 2,434

May 12

274 Eury Pérez – Marlins Top Prospect Impresses in MLB Debut – 1,890
275 Cedric Mullins – Hits 1st Career Cycle & 12th in Orioles History – 1,173
276 Anthony Rizzo – Slugger Homers Twice on His Bobblehead Night – 556
277 Chris Bassitt – Makes Braves Bats Howl in Shutout Performance – 257
278 Nolan Gorman – Pinch-Hit Blast in 9th Leads to Road Win in Boston – 715
279 José Abreu – Given Standing Ovation in Return to Chicago – 205
280 Bryce Harper – 300th Career Double Is Crucial Go-Ahead Knock – 621
281 Dominic Fletcher – 1st Career HR Comes in Big Night at the Plate – 826
282 Brent Rooker – 10th-Inning Homer Is 1st Big-League Walk-Off Hit – 279

May 13

283 Anthony Volpe – 13/13 Steals to Start Career Bests DiMaggio – 3,406
284 Aaron Judge – Makes Final Ruling with Multi-HR Performance – 1,073
285 Bryce Miller – Another Sterling Start Equals MLB History – 1,009
286 Zack Greinke – Strikes Out 1,000th Different Batter of Big-League Career – 604
287 Dominic Fletcher – Drives in Career-High 5 RBI in Big Win vs. Giants – 678

May 14

288 Josh Naylor – Slugger’s Latest Go-Ahead HR Makes MLB History – 404
289 Mitch Keller – Silences Baltimore’s Bats with Career-High 13 Ks – 369
290 Danny Jansen – Walk-Off Single Completes Series Sweep of Braves – 256
291 Yainer Diaz – 1st Career MLB HR Proves to Be Game-Winner – 665
292 Adolis Garcia – 5 RBI Afternoon Powers Texas to 11-3 Victory – 239
293 Lourdes Gurriel Jr. – Walks Off Giants with 9th-Inning RBI Double – 209

May 15

294 Shohei Ohtani – Superstar Does It All in Historic Four-Hit Game – 5,206
295 Aaron Judge – Takes 5th All-Time on Yankees Multi-HR List (30) – 1,605
296 Cal Raleigh – 1st Catcher in Fenway Park History with HRs from Both Sides of the Plate – 762
297 Matt McLain – Top Reds Prospect Hits, Scores Twice in Debut – 2,299
298 Nolan Gorman – Plates Career-High 5 RBI in 18-1 Landslide Win – 927

May 16

299 Jorge Soler – Hammers a 2-Run Walk-Off HR to Complete Comeback – 202
300 Matt Mervis – 1st MLB HR Exits at 110.7 MPH – 1,290
301 Brandon Williamson – Rookie Retires 14 Straight in His MLB Debut – 998
302 Nolan Arenado – Slugger Makes It 5 Straight Games with a Homer – 423
303 Masataka Yoshida – Red-Hot Phenom Collects 1st Triple of MLB Career – 1,839
304 Aaron Judge – 5th HR in Last 4 Games Is Knock-Out Blow vs. Blue Jays – 1,032
305 Brayan Rocchio – Switch-Hitting Prospect Gets 1st Career MLB Hit – 785

May 17

306 James Outman – 2nd Grand Slam of 2023 Spurs 7-3 Win Over Twins – 1,962
307 Danny Jansen – Walk-Off Blast Is 2nd Send-Off in Last Four Days – 361
308 Kodai Senga – 12 Ks Set Mets Record by Japanese-Born Player – 1,737
309 Matt Vientos – 1st HR of 2023 Sparks Mets Offense – 1,144
310 Francisco Álvarez – 9th-Inning, 2-Run HR Forces Extra Innings – 1,208
311 Pete Alonso – Walk-Off, 3-Run HR Ends Epic Battle vs. Rays – 1,102
312 Nolan Arenado – Drives Home 1,000th RBI of MLB Career – 651
313 Seiya Suzuki – 1st Japanese Player to Homer in Three Straight Plate Appearances – 924

May 18

314 Mike Trout – Moves to 3rd All-Time on Angels Career Hit List – 982
315 Eury Pérez – 1st MLB Victory Comes at Home vs. Washington – 909
316 Freddie Freeman – 300th Career MLB HR Delivered in Grand Style – 755
317 Willson Contreras – 2nd Catcher in Team History with 2-HR, 6-RBI Game – 431

May 20

322 Nolan Gorman – Three-Run Blast in 8th Inning Leads to 6-5 Victory – 1,075
323 Aaron Judge – 10th-Inning Go-Ahead Knock Caps Four-Hit Afternoon – 1,017
324 Patrick Bailey – Giants Catching Prospect Collects 1st MLB Hit – 1,355

May 21

325 Christopher Morel – 4th Player Since 1900 with 8 HRs in First 11 Games – 1,375
326 Jose Caballero – 1st MLB HR Comes During Historic Performance – 1,055
327 Max Scherzer / Justin Verlander – Highly-Decorated Duo Start Both Games of Doubleheader Sweep – 1,265
328 Framber Valdez – Twirls Terrific Complete-Game Shutout vs. Oakland – 282
329 Jared Shuster – Atlanta’s Top Prospect Earns 1st MLB Win at Home – 987
330 Patrick Bailey – Catcher’s 1st MLB Homer Comes in 7-5 Win at Home – 945

May 22

331 Andrew McCutchen – 1st Since Stargell in ’74 to Reach 1,500-Hit Mark – 470
332 Luis Castillo – Notches 1,000th Strikeout of Career in Victory – 503

May 23

333 Matt McClain – Two-Run Blast Is Rookie’s 1st Career Homer – 1,229
334 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – Did I Do That? Grand Slam and Six RBI in 20-1 Win – 581
335 Gerrit Cole – 3rd Fasest to 2,000 Career Ks in MLB History – 959
336 Aaron Judge – Captain Is Clutch with Game-Tying HR in 9th Inning – 1,118
337 Anthony Volpe – 1st Career Walk-Off RBI Seals Win Over Orioles – 3,331
338 Bobby Miller – Dodgers Top Pitching Prospect Wins MLB Debut – 2,741
339 Christopher Morel – Live at Five – Homers in Fifth Straight Game – 2,334

May 24

340 Trea Turner / Alec Bohm – Duo Powers 6-Run Comeback with Late-Game HR and Walk-Off Single – 479
341 Johan Durán – Career-High 104.6 MPH Fastball Is MLB Season-High – 338
342 Gunnar Henderson – 2-Run Double Spawns Go-Ahead Runs in Epic Comeback – 1,257
343 Bryce Miller – 1st Pitcher Since 1901 w/6+ IP& 4 or Fewer Hits Allowed in 1st 5 Starts – 1,178

May 25

344 Austin Riley – 3rd in Statcast Era with Two 455-Plus Foot Homers – 344
345 Ezequiel Tovar – 1st Career Walk-Off Hit Ends Battle with Miami – 558

May 26

346 Craig Kimbrel – Hurler Joins Elite Company in 400-Save Club – 1,323
347 Luis Garcia – 1st Career Six-Hit GamePowers Club to 12-10 Win – 374
348 Bobby Witt Jr. – Big Night Puts Young Star in Rare Royals Company – 539
349 Hunter Greene – Fireballer Strikes Out 11 Over Six No-Hit Innings – 392

May 27

350 Zack Wheeler – Strikes Out Season-High 12 Batters in Scoreless Outing – 352
351 Jonathan India – Powers Reds Past Cubs with 2 HRs and 5 RBI – 429

May 28

352 José Ramirez – Two-Run Double Walks Off Cardinals in Matinee – 272
353 Riley Greene – Rookie Robs HR to Set Up an Extra-Innings Win – 863
354 Michael Massey – 1st Career Walk-Off Caps Off Comeback Win – 546
355 Eugenio Suárez – 10th-Inning Walk-Off HR Puts Game on Ice – 340
356 Spencer Strider – Fastest in AL/NL History to Have 100 Ks in a Year – 959

May 29

357 Bobby Witt Jr. – Makes MLB History with Early Season Speed/Power – 701
358 Marcus Stroman – Twirls First CG SHO Since2014, Blanks Rays 1-0 – 381
359 Royce Lewis – 3-Run Blast Highlights Electric First Game Back – 447
360 Aaron Judge – Robs Homers, Hits 2 HRs in 10-4 Win Over Mariners – 1,664
361 Liam Hendriks – Returns to MLB After Besting Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma – 516
362 Freddie Freeman – Sets Dodgers May Doubles Record with 17 – 346

May 30

363 Miguel Cabrera – Passes Griffey Jr. for 15th Place in Career Total Bases – 546
364 Brandon Nimmo – Early-Game HR Robbery Sets Tone for Shutout Win – 478
365 Kodai Senga – Whiffs 9 in Longest Outing of MLB Career – 1,447
366 Freddie Freeman – Sets Dodgers Monthly Record for Extra-Base Hits – 345
367 Grant Anderson – Shows Veteran-Like Poise in Victorious MLB Debut – 586
368 Andrew Monasterio – Picks Up First 2 Career Knocks Versus Toronto – 443

May 31

369 Josh Naylor – Posts a Career-High 4 Hits and 6 RBI in Win – 298
370 Ronald Acuña Jr. – 4th Player to Have 130+ HRs and SBs Before Age 26 – 719
371 Freddie Freeman – Extends Hitting Streak to 20 Games – 315
372 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – Flips Glove to First Base to Record an Unconventional Out – 462
373 Rafael Devers – 5th-Fastest to Reach 200 Doubles and 150 HRs – 442

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2023 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – June

Parallels:

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

June 1

374 Kevin Kiermaier – Submits Catch-of-the-Year Bid with Incredible, Warning-Track Snag – 265
375 Corbin Carroll – 1st Career Walk-Off Hit Has D-Backs Sitting Atop the NL West Division – 1,426

June 2

376 Major League Baseball – MLB Celebrates Lou Gehrig Day – 2,162
377 Mookie Betts – 2nd Straight 2-HR Game Fuels 8-4 Win vs. Yankees – 530
378 Reese Olson – 1st Tigers Debutante with 5+ No-Hit IP Since 1972 – 742

June 3

379 Blake Perkins – 1st Career MLB Homer Comes in Grand Style – 608
380 Aaron Judge – Slugger Records Pair of Fence Busters in LA – 2,527
381 Corbin Carroll – Makes Incredible 5% Probability Sliding Grab – 1,150
382 Luis Arraez – Raises MLB-Leading Average to .390 After 5-for-5 Day – 313

June 4

383 Pete Alonso – Crowned King of Citi Field with 72nd Park HR – 688
384 Andrew Monasterio – 1st Big-League HR Sets Tone in 5-1 Win vs. Reds – 528
385 Jake Burger – Walk-Off Grand Slam Caps Big Day in Chicago – 313
386 Liam Hendriks – Collects 1st Win of 2023 on Very Special Day –
387 Miguel Amaya – Rookie Connects for 1st MLB Home Run in 7-1 Win – 796
388 AJ Smith-Shawver – Strikes Out 3 Batters in Scoreless MLB Debut – 1,476

June 5

389 Aaron Nola – 29th Double-Digit K Game Ties Phillies Legend – 387
390 Andrew Abbott – Joins a Class of His Own in Historic MLB Debut – 1,305

June 6

391 Kevin Gausman – Veteran Ties for MLB Whiff Lead with 13-K Outing – 302
392 Elly De La Cruz – Smokes 112-MPH Double for First MLB Hit – 25,773
393 Matt McLain – 9th-Inning Walk-Off Caps Special Night in Cincinnati – 1,636
394 Joey Wiemer – Rookie Comes in Clutch with 10th-Inning Walk-Off RBI – 707
395 Luis Arraez – The Hits Keep Coming – Raises Average to .401 – 536
396 Jace Peterson – Huge Day at the Plate Hasn’t Happened Since 1969 – 261
397 Lucas Giolito – Hurler Makes White Sox History with No-Hit Bid – 252
398 Marcus Semien – Hit Streak Reaches MLB Season Best 25 Games – 324
399 Tom Cosgrove – Sets Team Mark for Scoreless Games to Start Career – 606

June 7

400 Elly De La Cruz – 1st Career HR Exits at 114.8 MPH, Travels 458 Feet – 18,972
401 Will Benson – 3rd Player in Reds History with Walk-Off First HR – 1,364
402 Elly De La Cruz / Will Benson – 1st Reds Teammates to Hit 1st MLB HRs in Same Game Since 1907 – 2,915
403 Juan Soto – 1st Career 5-Hit Day Pulls Star Even with Mantle – 975
404 Randy Arozarena – First Career Walk-Off HR Leads Rays to Victory – 970
405 Mike Trout – Hits a HR, Steals One Away from Cubs in 6-2 Win – 1,344
406 Joey Wiemer – 1st Multi-HR Game in a 4-for-4, 5 RBI Masterpiece – 1,039

June 8

407 Kody Clemens – Walks Off Former Team with 9th-Inning RBI Single – 760
408 Jose Ramirez – Reaches 200-HR Milestone in Three-Homer Night – 882
409 Ozzie Albies – Blasts Walk-Off HR to Win 13-10 Battle with Mets – 1,143
410 Randy Vásquez – Earns 1st Career MLB Victory in Start vs. Chicago – 685

June 9

411 Corbin Carroll – 1st Career Grand Slam Makes for 1st Multi-HR Game – 2,197
412 Isaac Paredes – Monster Night at Plate Propels Rays to 8-3 Win – 227
413 Ke’Bryan Hayes – Goes Perfect 5-for-5 with 4 RBI in 14-7 Victory – 278
414 Kyle Schwarber – 4th Career Walk-Off Triumphs Over Dodgers, 5-4 – 571
415 Will Brennan – 1st Career Walk-Off Hit Ends 14-Inning Marathon – 583
416 Cleveland Guardians – 1st Team in Modern Era with 5 Comebacks After 7th Inning – 350
417 Luis Robert – Nails Walk-Off RBI to Squeak by Marlins, 2-1 – 283
418 Yu Darvish – Collects 100th Win of MLB Career – 1,579
419 Shohei Ohtani – 4th Three-Hit Game While Pitching, Most Since 1958 – 3,258
420 Esteury Ruiz – Steals 30th Base in Team’s 65th Contest – 493

June 10

421 Miguel Cabrera – Veteran Ties Legend Ty Cobb with 1,138 Career XBHs – 626
422 Andrew Abbott – Scoreless Start to Reds Career Is 1st Since 1893 – 762
423 Bobby Miller – Rookie’s Impressive Start Makes AL/NL History – 2,103
424 Corey Seager – 1st Career 5-Hit Contest Powers Rangers Offense – 285

June 11

425 Gunnar Henderson – 462-Foot HR Marks Longest Ever to Land on Eutaw Street – 3,186
426 Andrew McCutchen – 2,000 Reasons to Cheer for Pirates Legend – 1,507
427 Coco Montes – Collects 1st Hit and Homer in Win vs. San Diego – 573
428 Nolan Jones – 472-Foot Moonshot Is Longest Walk-Off Since 2015 – 607
429 Brandon Crawford – Veteran Closes Out Big Win with Scoreless Inning – 1,125
430 Elly De La Cruz – Elite Speed Brings In Go-Ahead Run, Reds Win, 4-3 – 3,526
431 Grae Kessinger – Prospect’s Baseball Resume Adds 1st MLB Hit – 548

June 12

432 Spencer Torkelson – 1st Career Walk-Off Comes at the Perfect Time – 644
433 Shohei Ohtani – Two Homer Nights Saves the Angels in Extras – 5,590
434 J.T. Realmuto – 1st Phillies Player in 19 Years to Hit for Cycle – 1,369
435 Ricky Karcher – Clutch Performance in MLB Relieving Debut – 666

June 13

436 Gunnar Henderson – Rookie Stays Hot, Hitting 1st Career Grand Slam – 3,186
437 Carlos Correa – Shortstop Hammers 1st Regular Season Walk-Off HR – 575
438 Brandon Williamson – Rookie Records His 1st Career MLB Win – 610
439 Keaton Winn – 1st Giants Player to Record a Save in MLB Debut – 798

June 14

440 Brandon Nimmo – Walk-Off Hit Ends Exciting Subway Series Showdown – 529
441 Shohei Ohtani – Hardest Oppo. HR in Statcast History – 116.1 MPH – 3,668
442 Fernando Tatis Jr. – Sets Padres Record for Lead-Off Homers (11) – 773
443 Luis Matos – Club’s #4 Prospect Hits, Scores Run in MLB Debut – 1,982

June 15

444 AJ Smith-Shawver – Youngest Braves Pitcher to Record Win Since 1990 – 1,131
445 Shohei Ohtani – First Since 1900 to Lead MLB in HRs and BAA Simultaneously – 7,620
446 Chris Taylor – 1st Player with 1st and 100th HRs as Grand Slams – 496
447 Freddie Freeman – Ends Extra-Innings Contest with Walk-Off RBI Single – 359

June 16

448 Justin Turner – Veteran Erupts for 2-HR, 6-RBI Night at Plate – 399
449 Masataka Yoshida – Rookie Records 1st Career Four-Hit Performance – 2,305
450 Joe Jacques – Southpaw Steps Up to Earn 1st MLB Victory – 517
451 Ronald Acuña Jr. – 1st in MLB History with 15 HR & 30 SB in 1st 70 Games – 2,150
452 Andrew Abbott – 1st Since 1893 to Start with Three Scoreless Starts of 5-Plus IP – 908
453 Esteury Ruiz / Rickey Henderson – Passes Theft King for 2nd Most by SB by Oakland Player in Rookie Season – 942
454 Emmet Sheehan – Makes History with No-Hit Outing in MLB Debut – 1,834

June 17

455 Shohei Ohtani – Overtakes MLB Homer Lead with 150th Career Blast – 7,279
456 Samad Taylor – 2nd Royals Player with Walk-Off Hit in MLB Debut – 885
457 Zach Remillard – Goes 3-for-3 with Game-Winning RBI in MLB Debut – 797

June 18

458 Michael Harris II – In 1st 5-Hit Game, Hits Farthest HR of MLB Career – 1,316
459 Julio Rodriguez – 2nd-Fastest Player in History to 40 SB & 40 HR – 917
460 Lance Lynn – 16-K Outing Marks Career-Best and Ties Club High – 230
461 Jordan Balazovic – FIres 3.2 IP of Scoreless Relief in MLB Debut – 426
462 Jacob Amaya – Collects 1st Hit, RBI & More in Grand MLB Debut – 440
463 Spencer Horowitz – Notches 1st Hit & RBI of MLB Career in Debut – 465

June 19

464 Luis Arraez – 3rd Five-Hit Game of Month – Not Done Since 1984 – 524
465 Joey Votto – Reds Legend Has Big Day in 2023 Season Debut – 1,101
466 Cobin Carroll – 2nd Fastest to 20 HRs/20 SBs in AL/NL History – 2,204
467 Mike Yastrzemski – Walks Off Padres with 2nd Career Splash-Hit Homer – 522
468 Henry Davis – 2021 1st Overall Pick Doubles in First MLB At-Bat – 4,464

June 20

469 Clayton Kershaw – Tops Dodgers Record Books for Scoreless Starts – 1,076
470 Spencer Strider / Dwight Gooden – Joins “Dr. K” with 300 Ks in 1st 35 MLB Starts – 1,129
471 Jordan Walker – Rookie Hit Streak Is Club’s Longest Since Pujols – 2,141
472 Victor Wembanyama – Basketball Star Throws Out 1st Pitch in the Bronx – 48,654

June 21

473 Taj Bradley – Most Ks Through 1st 10 Starts in Rays History – 487
474 Cincinnati Reds – Eleven Victories Is the Longest Reds Winning Streak Since 1957 – 829
475 Javier Baez – Tigers Veteran Shortstop Joins 1,000 Hit Club – 452
476 Anthony Volpe – Third Rookie in Yankees History with 10 HRs & 15 SBs – 2,239
477 Gavin Williams – Guardians #1 Prospect Posts Solid Start in Debut – 1,028

June 22

478 Joe Ryan – Twirls Twins First CG SHO Since the 2018 Season – 543
479 Byron Buxton – Sets Statcast Record with Two HRs at Least 465 Ft. – 340
480 Austin Cox – 0-for-39 Start Is Most for Any Pitcher Since 1900 – 546
481 Henry Davis – Pirates Prospect Goes Deep for 1st Time in Miami – 1,488
482 Braxton Garrett – Sets Career-High Mark with 13 Ks. vs. Pirates – 156
483 Bryan Woo – Earns 1st MLB Victory with Scoreless Start – 948
484 Isiah Kiner-Falefa – 1st Yankees Player to Homer as Pitcher Since 1972 – 415

June 23

485 Elly De La Cruz – Youngest Player to Hit for Cycle in 51 Seasons – 28,242
486 Emmet Sheehan – 1st MLB Win Comes with Historic Accomplishment – 1,292

June 24

487 Paul Goldschmidt – 1st Player in MLB History to Play in 5 Countries – 655
488 Ian Happ – Two HRs Highlights 9-1 Victory Across the Pond – 677
489 Ryan McKenna – Walk-Off Two-Run Homer Sinks Seattle in Extras – 345
490 Luis Matos – Youngest Giants Player to Homer Since 1987 – 858
491 Andrew McCutchen – Barrels Up 400th Career Double, Makes Club History – 400
492 Angels – Set Franchise Records for Runs (25) and Hits (28) in Single Game – 802

June 25

493 Albert Pujols – Cardinals Legend Throws Out 1st Pitch in London – 794
494 Jordan Walker – Extends Hitting Streak to MLB-Best 15 Contests – 1,812
495 London Stadium at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park – 55,565 Fans Fill London Stadium at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park – 824
496 George Springer – Moves to 2nd All-Time in Career Leadoff Homers – 347
497 Eury Pérez – Rookie Extends Scoreless Streak to 21 Innings – 1,023
498 Freddie Freeman – Reaches 2,000th Hit of MLB Career – 1,305

June 26

499 Mike Trout – Scores Game-Winning Run with Wild Headfirst Slide – 1,334
500 Jordan Westburg – Hits, Scores and Drives in Run in MLB Debut – 2,239

June 27

501 Nick Gonzales – Belts First Big-League Homer in Home Victory – 1,394
502 Francisco Lindor – 9th Shortstop in MLB History with 200 Homers – 880
503 Ronald Acuña Jr. – 2nd Player Ever with 50 RBI & 35 SBs Before July – 1,619
504 JD Martinez – Slugger Joins 300-HR Club on Multi-Homer Game – 659
505 Shohei Ohtani – 6th Ever in Modern Era with 10 Ks, 2 HRs in Single Game – 17,031

June 28

506 Domingo Germán – Dazzles with 24th Perfect Game in MLB History – 12,537
507 Bo Naylor – Big Night at the Plate Includes 1st Big-League HR – 1,235
508 Jared Triolo – Prospect Chips in with Hit, Run in MLB Debut – 945

June 29

509 José Ramirez – Steals Home in Extra Innings for 1st Time Since at Least 1974 – 954
510 Freddy Fermin – 2nd Career Walk-Off Downs Guardians in 10th, 4-3 – 567
511 Shohei Ohtani – 14th HR in June Breaks Single-Month Angels Record – 4,528
512 Freddie Freeman – 100 Hits, 10 SBs & 50 RBI Pre July Make Club 1st – 599

June 30

513 Matt McLain / Spencer Steer – 1st Time Ever Where Rookies Hit Game-Tying & Walk-Off HRs in Extras – 1,357
514 Carlos Santana – Walk-Off HR Cues Dance Party in Pittsburgh – 446
515 Ronald Acuña Jr. – 1st in MLB History with 20+ HRs & 35+ SB Before Break – 2,028
516 Atlanta Braves – Break NL Record for Homers in a Single Month (61) – 688
517 Shohei Ohtani – League-Leading 30th HR Is Longest of MLB Career – 493 Ft. – 7,066

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2023 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – July

Parallels:

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

July 1

518 Alec Bohm – Explodes for 2-HR, 6-RBI Day in Massive 19-4 Win – 456
519 Anthony Volpe – Notches Fifth Consecutive Multi-Hit Outing in Win – 1,734

July 2

520 Andrew Abbott – Tosses a Career-High 12 Strikeouts in Victory – 1,043
521 Jarren Duran – 50th Four-Double Game in AL/NL History Since 1901 – 546

July 3

522 Ronald Acuña Jr. – 1st Player in MLB History with 20+ HRs, 40+ SB and 50+ RBI Before Break – 3,735

July 4

523 Elly De La Cruz – 1st Since 2001 with 2 Four-Hit Games in 25 Contests – 5,884
524 Carlos Correa – Star Shortstop Earns His 1,000th Career Hit – 566
525 Logan Gilbert – Mariners Pitcher Sets Off Fireworks in CG Shutout – 358
526 Dane Myers – MLB Debut Sees First Career Hit and RBI – 569
527 Sarah Langs – “Baseball Is the Best” at Yankee Stadium – 1,037

July 5

528 Esteury Ruiz – Breaks Athletics Rookie Record for Most Stolen Bases – 690
529 Colton Cowser – Top Prospect Flashes Offense in MLB Debut – 2,992
530 Pablo López – Complete Game Shutout and 12 Ks in Career Night – 400
531 Manny Machado – Becomes All-Time HR Leader at Petco Park – 390

July 6

532 Gunnar Henderson – Makes MLB HIstory with Monster Offensive Night – 2,861
533 Francisco Lindor – 5-Hit Night Powers Mets to Fifth Straight Win – 532

July 7

534 Atlanta Braves – Set AL/NL Record for HRs in 1st Half (167) – 648
535 Cristian Pache – Dramatic Pinch-Hit, Go-Ahead HR in 9th Keeps Road Streak Alive – 554
536 Chicago Cubs – Snap Yankee Stadium Skid Dating Back to 1932 – 425
537 Cedric Mullins – Incredible HR-Robbing Catch Dazzles in 3-1 Win – 709

July 8

538 Detroit Tigers – Motown Tri Records 1st Combined No-Hitter in Club History – 2,365
539 Gavin Williams – Whiffs Seven While Notching 1st MLB Victory – 861
540 Corbin Carroll – 10th-Inning RBI Single Walks Off Pirates – 1,835
541 Elly De La Cruz – 2nd Player Since 1961 to Steal Three Bases in a Plate Appearance – 30,759
542 Shohei Ohtani – Joins Ruth & Mays with Historic 1st Half Numbers – 5,564
543 Mookie Betts – Sets Club Single-Season Record with 10th Leadoff HR – 874
544 Felix Hernandez – Mariners Legend Homers in 21-19 Victory Over Team Finch – 670

July 9

545 Wade Boggs – 1st Player to Be Inducted Into Rays Hall of Fame – 591
546 Atlanta Braves – Set Modern-Era Record with HR in 26 Straight Games – 452
547 Logan Webb – Strikes Out 10 in First CG SHO of MLB Career – 550

July 10

548 Major League Baseball – 2023 T-Mobile Home Run Derby Participants Prepare to Take Flight! – 960
549 Randy Arozarena – 2023 T-Mobile Home Run Derby Participant – 662
550 Adolis Garcia – 2023 T-Mobile Home Run Derby Participant – 553
551 Luis Robert Jr. – 2023 T-Mobile Home Run Derby Participant – 683
552 Adley Rutschman – 2023 T-Mobile Home Run Derby Participant – 1,799
553 Mookie Betts – 2023 T-Mobile Home Run Derby Participant – 607
554 Pete Alonso – 2023 T-Mobile Home Run Derby Participant – 700
555 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – 2023 T-Mobile Home Run Derby Participant – 823
556 Julio Rodriguez – 2023 T-Mobile Home Run Derby Participant – 1,106
557 Adley Rutschman – Rookie Woos Crowd with Switch-Hitting Performance – 3,194
558 Julio Rodriguez – Sets New Single-Round Record in 2023 T-Mobile Home Run Derby – 2,457
559 Ken Griffey Jr. / Julio Rodriguez – Sluggers Talk Shop at 2023 T-Mobile Home Run Derby – 2,983
560 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – Crowned 2023 T-Mobile Home Run Derby Champion – 1,873
561 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. / Vladimir Guerrero Sr. – 1st Father/Son Duo to Both with MLB Home Run Derby – 2,103

July 11

562 Adolis Garcia / Randy Arozarena – American League Duo Trade Highlight Catches – 542
563 Seattle Mariners – Mariners Legends Throw Out First Pitches at MLB All-Star Game – 940
564 Elias Díaz – 1st MLB All-Star Game At-Bat Is Go-Ahead HR – 943
565 National League – Secures First MLB All-Star Game Victory Since 2012 – 461

July 14

566 Masataka Yoshida – Most Consect. Multi-Hit Games Since Ted Williams – 2,559
567 Bo Naylor / Josh Naylor – 1st Time in Team History for Brothers to Homer in Same Inning – 867
568 Zack Gelof – Drives in 1st Career RBI on 1st Career MLB Hit – 1,179

July 15

569 Manny Machado – Superstar Belts 300th Home Run of MLB Career – 995
570 Milwaukee Brewers – Make MLB History W/3rd Consecutive Shutout with at Least 12 Ks – 311
571 Giancarlo Stanton – Becomes 9th Active Player to Reach 1,000-RBI Mark – 489
572 Trey Cabbage – 1st MLB Run Scored Caps Wild Walk-Off Victory – 893
573 Johan Rojas – Dazzles with Bat and Glove in MLB Debut Day – 1,293
574 Tyler Soderstrom – 2nd Youngest Catcher to Start in Franchise History – 1,082

July 16

575 Elly De La Cruz – Phenom Has Fastest Infield Assist in Statcast Era – 8,230
576 Masataka Yoshida – 3rd Red Sox Rookie to Record Multiple 6 RBI Games – 1,979
577 Gerrit Cole – Most Double-Digit K Games in Yankees History – 904
578 Nolan Jones / Alan Trejo – Extra Innings Heroes Hit Game-Tying and Walk-Off HRs – 389

July 17

579 Shohei Ohtani – 35th HR Passes 2022 Total and Ties Game with One Flip of the Bat – 13,499
580 Michael Stefanic – Rookie Connects for Pinch-Hit Walk-Off in Extras – 740
581 Nick Pivetta – Sets Red Sox Single-Game K Record for Reliever – 422

July 18

582 Josh Naylor – Extends Streak with Big 2-HR, 6-RBI Night at Plate – 302
583 Christian Encarnacion-Strand – Prospect’s 1st MLB Hit Is Massive 426-Foot Homer – 4,940
584 Joey Votto – Reds Legend Connects for 350th Career Home Run – 1,783
585 Dominic Canzone – 1st MLB Hit Ties Up Wild Game, Arizona Wins 16-13 – 604
586 Nolan Arenado – Three-Run Blast Is 1st Walk-Off Since 2019 Season – 330
587 Francisco Alvarez – 3rd Multi-HR Game of Season Puts 21-Year-Old in Rare Company – 1,113
588 Major League Baseball – Let There Be Runs! Most in Single Day Since 1900 – 501
589 Angel Reese – Baltimore-Native Throws Out First Pitch on Big Day – 1,480

July 19

590 Endy Rodríguez – Club’s 3rd-Ranked Prospect Gets 1st MLB Hit – 1,204
591 Alex Speas – Comeback Story Has Great Ending with MLB Debut – 608

July 20

592 Spencer Strider – 350-Plus Ks Over 1st 40 Starts Is Best Mark in MLB History – 1,375
593 Andrew Abbott – One Hit Allowed in Career-High Eight Shutout Innings – 988
594 Baltimore Orioles – Unseat Rays for First Place in AL East Division – Latest in Season Since ’16 – 585
595 Xander Bogaerts – 1,500th MLB Knock Comes During Three-Hit Afternoon – 258

July 21

596 Miles Mastrobuoni – Slugs 1st HR of MLB Career in Home Win – 569
597 Billy McKinney – Highlight Reel Catch Part of Big Night in the Bronx – 422
598 Matt McLain – Hits Fastest Pitch for Grand Slam Since 2008 – 2,121
599 Kyle Tucker – Trio of Blasts Propels Houston to 6-4 Victory – 533
600 Henry Davis – 1st Ever to Tee Off on Ohtani Twice in a Game – 1,409

July 22

601 Freddie Freeman – 1st in Club Lore with 20 HRs and 35 2Bs Before August – 665
602 Sal Frelick – Steals the Show in MLB Debut – 3 Hits & 2 RBI – 3,920
603 Endy Rodríguez – Hits 1st Career MLB Homer & Catches Shutout Win – 988
604 Austin Riley – Ties Braves Record with Homers in Five Straight – 569
605 Marcus Semien – Hammers 200th Homer of Career at Home – 358

July 23

606 Jesus Luzardo – Strikes Out Career-High 13 Batters in Home Win – 246
607 Luis Arraez – 1st Career Walk-Off RBI Downs Colorado in Extras, 3-2 – 520
608 Lucas Giolito – Records 1,000th Strikeout of MLB Career vs. Min – 265
609 Ryan Jeffers – Sweeps White Sox with 1st Career Walk-Off Hit – 283
610 Scott Rolen – National Baseball Hall of Fame Class of 2023 – 744

July 24

611 Jordan Westburg – Orioles Prospect Hits 1st Homer of MLB Career – 1,530
612 Sal Frelick – 1st Career Homer Comes in Historic Start to Career – 2,053
613 Quinn Priester – Pirates Top Pitching Prospect Earns 1st MLB Win – 885
614 Chas McCormick – Career-High 6 RBI and Game-Tying HR in Win – 489

July 25

615 Pete Alonso – Top Billing in Subway Series Opener, 2-HR, 5-RBI – 626
616 Atlanta Braves – Turn First Triple Play of 2023 MLB Season – 589
617 James Outman – Walk-Off Double in 10th Caps Dramatic Comeback Win – 952
618 Julio Rodriguez – 1st Multi-HR Game of ’23 Spurs Historic Comeback – 914

July 26

619 CJ Abrams – Caps Off Four-Run Ninth with Walk-Off RBI – 429
620 Sandy Alcantara – Tosses a “Maddux”, a First Complete Game in Tampa Bay Since 2018 – 232
621 Freddy Peralta – Ties Career-High Ks Mark During Shutout Win – 316
622 Gabriel Arias – Coming Through! Slides Through Catcher’s Legs to Score – 312
623 Carlos Rodón – Earns First Victory in Pinstripes vs. Mets – 377
624 Marco Luciano – Giants #2 Prospect Makes MLB Debut at Home – 1,863

July 27

625 Shohei Ohtani – MLB Doubleheader First: 1st SHO of Career in Game 1, 2 HR Encore in Game 2 – 33,887

July 28

626 Anthony Santander – 9th-Inning Blast Walks Off Yankees in 1-0 Thriller – 675
627 Pete Alonso – 2nd in Mets History with Four Seasons of 30+ HRs – 662
628 Bobby Witt Jr. – Royal Flush! Hits 1st Career Walk-Off Grand Slam – 1,836
629 Marco Luciano – Prospect Notches 1st Career Hit and Run Scored – 1,413

July 29

630 Miguel Cabrera – Connects for 2 Hits in Miami on Miguel Cabrera Day – 731
631 Alika Williams – 1st MLB Hit Plates Game-Winning Run vs. Phillies – 533
632 J.D. Davis – Leadoff HR in 9th Is Walk-Off Finale in 3-2 Win – 274
633 Ronald Acuña Jr. – 1st MLB Player with 50+ SBs & 20+ HRs Pre-August – 2,140

July 30

634 Max Scherzer – 3-Time Cy Young Winner Dealt to Rangers – 554
635 Josh Palacios – Birthday Boy Celebrates with Walk-Off HR in 10th – 467
636 Justin Verlander – 49th Pitcher in MLB History to Reach 250 Wins – 1,215
637 Jose Ramirez – Records 4th-Most Multi-HR Games in Team History – 347

July 31

638 Corbin Carroll – Reaches 25 HR, 35 SB in 2nd Fewest Games Since 1900 – 2,985

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August 1

639 Justin Verlander – Guess Who’s Back? Right-Hander Returns to Astros – 1,019
640 Spencer Strider – Fewest IP to Reach 200 Ks in a MLB Season – 1,558
641 Framber Valdez – Tosses No-Hitter with Fewest Pitches Since 1999 – 2,192
642 Chicago Cubs – Cubs Hit Seven HRs in a Game, Most by Club Since 1977 – 736

August 2

643 Julio Rodríguez – 1st Time Stealing Home Plate in His Career – 1,215
644 Fernando Tatis Jr. – 4th-Fastest in MLB History to Hit 100 Career HRs – 1,510
645 Bobby Witt Jr. – 2nd Since 1986-87 w/15+ HRs & 30+ SBs in 1st Two Years – 924
646 Matt Olson / Austin Riley – Set Braves Single-Season Record for Back-to-Back Homers – 919

August 3

647 Shohei Ohtani – 1st MLB Player This Season to Reach 40 HRs – 5,468
648 Milwaukee Brewers – Ties Brewers Record for Most Hits & RBI by Rookies – 425
649 Cade Marlowe – 1st Mariners 1st Year Player with Go-Ahead Grand Slam in 9th or Later – 1,173
650 Max Scherzer – Earns Win, Strikes Out Nine in His Rangers Debut – 626

August 4

651 Elly De La Cruz – Mashes One to Left for 1st Career Right-Handed HR – 7,370
652 Bobby WItt Jr. – MLB 1st! 20+ HR, 30+ SB in Each of 1st Two Seasons – 1,545
653 Eugenio Suárez – 10-Game RBI Streak Passes Edgar Martinez for Longest in Mariners History – 522
654 Max Fried – Leads Club to 70th Win of ’23 in Triumphant Return – 755
655 Davis Schneider – Belts 1st Big-League HR in 1st MLB At-Bat – 1,472
656 Colton Cowser / Ryan Mountcastle / Adley Rutschman / Gunnar Henderson – Look Good, Feel Good, Play Good – Orioles Extend Stay Atop AL East – 8,979

August 5

657 Corbin Carroll – 4th Rookie with 20+ HRs and 35+ SBs in a Season – 2,650
658 Jose Altuve – 5th Astros Player to Hit 200 HRs with the Club – 545
659 Kyle Gibson – Earns 100th Career Win with Dominant Performance – 459
660 Joe Mauer – Honored as 38th Member of Twins Hall of Fame – 945
661 Sal Frelick / Blake Perkins – Young Stars Save the Day with a Pair of Clutch Hits – 511

August 6

662 Bryce Miller / Chase Silseth – Combine for 22 Ks, 2nd Time Two Rookies Had 10+ in a Game – 544
663 Freddie Freeman / Mookie Betts – 1st Pair of Teammates Since 1929 to Have 60 Extra-Base Hits Through 110 Games – 746
664 Matt Wallner – Rookie Cracks 1st Career Walk-Off Homer – 646
665 Atlanta Braves – Most 450+ Foot HRs Hit by a Team in a Single Season – 496
666 Davis Schneider – 1st in MLB History w/9 Hits & 2 HRs in His 1st 3 Games – 1,578
667 Arizona Diamondbacks – Sets a Franchise Record for Most SBs in a Game – 499

August 7

668 Mookie Betts – Ties MLB Record for Most Grand Slams from Leadoff – 727
669 Pete Alonso – Polar Bear Plunges Into the Record Books – 695
670 Gavin Williams – 1st First-Year Hurler in Team History w/12 Ks & No More Than 1 Hit – 665
671 Freddy Peralta – Breaks Club Record for Most Whiffs in Pitch Tracking Era – 426
672 Shohei Ohtani – Fastest to Reach 40 HRs & 15 SBs in a Season – 6,649
673 Pablo Reyes – Cracks 21st Walk-Off Grand Slam in Club History – 516

August 8

674 Matt Olson – Sets Braves RBI Record with 100th of 2023 Season – 517
675 Tanner Bibee / Gavin Williams – 1st Guardians First-Year Players w/Back-to-Back Shutout Games Since 1993 – 467
676 Julio Rodríguez – Mariners Phenom Flies to the Wall to Rob Homer – 2,111
677 Logan Gilbert – Career-High 12 Ks, 2nd Mariners Player with 10+ Ks, 0 BBs & 1 or Fewer Hits – 414
678 Max Scherzer – Notches 1,700th Road Strikeout – Now 7th All-Time – 313
679 Miguel Cabrera / Robin Yount – Passes Gwynn at 20th, Ties Yount for 19th on MLB All-Time Hit List w/3,142 – 835
680 Kyle Tucker – 1st Player This Season to Erase 3-Run Deficit with 9th-Inning Grand Slam – 602

August 9

681 Josh Bell – 1st Marlins Player to Homer from Both Sides of the Plate in a Game – 436
682 Pete Alonso – 1st Mets Player with Four 35+ HR Seasons – 846
683 Shohei Ohtani – 1st Player in MLB History with 40 HRs and 10 Wins – 13,445
684 Miguel Cabrera – Overtakes Robin Yount as 19th on All-Time Hits List – 851
685 Michael Lorenzen – Tosses No-Hitter in 1st Home Game with the Phillies – 5,185
686 Wes Wilson – Crushes Home Run in 1st At-Bat of MLB Career – 2,031

August 10

687 Matt Olson – 7th Player w/40 HRs & 100 RBI in 113 Games Since 1962 – 784
688 José Tena – Records 1st MLB Hit and RBI in Win – 585

August 11

689 Wander Franco – Wild Game Ends on Star’s 1st Career Walk-Off Homer – 1,113
690 Anthony Volpe – 2nd Yankees Rookie Ever with 15+ HR & 20+ SB Season – 1,718
691 Johan Rojas – Connects on 1st Career MLB Blast in 13-2 Rout – 667
692 Jon Singleton – He’s Back! Pair of HRs Includes 1st Since 2015 – 457
693 Ha-Seong Kim – Ties for Longest Hit Streak by Korean-Born Player – 483

August 12

694 Nicky Lopez – 1st w/4+ Hits, 5 RBI & Scoreless Pitching Outing in Same Game Since 1920 – 542
695 Keibert Ruiz – Blasts 1st Career Walk-Off Homer vs. Oakland – 430
696 Randy Arozarena – 2nd MLB Player with 3 Walk-Offs This Season – 332
697 Félix Hernández – King Félix Joins Mariners Royalty – 1,147
698 Allan Winans – Earns 1st MLB Win in Debut Against Former Team – 797

August 13

699 Elly De La Cruz / Matt McLain / Spencer Steer – 3 1st-Year Players w/10+ HRs for 1st Time in Reds History – 3,258
700 Elly De La Cruz – 2nd Fastest Since 1900 to 10 HRs & 15 SBs After Debut – 6,761
701 Ronald Acuña Jr. / Rickey Henderson – 1st Since HOFer in ’90 to Have 25+ HRs, 55+ SB Season – 1,636
702 Kodai Senga – Most Wins by a Mets Rookie Pitcher Since 2016 – 1,097
703 Patrick Bailey – Youngest Giants Player Since 2009 to Hit Walk-Off HR – 1,139
704 Jeter Downs – Completes 5-Run Comeback w/Walk-Off Single – 526
705 Jake Burger – Burger Takes Last Bite in 9th-Inning Rally; Hits Walk-Off – 369
706 Cedric Mullins – Robs Game-Tying HR in 9th, Hits Game-Winning HR in 10th – 886

August 14

707 Nicky Lopez – Most RBI in 1st Two Starts in Braves History – 469
708 Bobby Witt Jr. – 4th-Fastest Inside-the-Park Homer in Statcast Era – 1,076
709 Jorge Soler / Luis Arraez / Josh Bell – 2nd Time in Marlins History Going Back-to-Back-to-Back – 316
710 Yu Darvish – 1,919th K Sets MLB Record by Japanese-Born Pitcher – 1,352
711 Maikel Garcia – Sets Royals Rookie Record for Longest Hit Streak – 638

August 15

712 Miguel Cabrera – 509th HR Ties Sheffield for 26th on All-Time List – 1,069

August 16

713 Pete Alonso – Vaults to 10th on Mets All-Time RBI List – 542
714 Cal Raleigh – 2nd-Fastest Mariners Player to Reach 50 Homers – 411
715 Zack Gelof – 20 XBH, 20 Runs Set Club Record for 1st 28 Games – 805
716 Christopher Morel – Three-Run Walk-Off Homer Secures Cubs Comeback – 3,231
717 Brandon Lowe – Fastest Second Baseman to Reach 100 Home Runs in MLB History – 373
718 Fernando Tatis Jr. – Steals Home for the 1st Time in Career – 1,101

August 17

719 Julio Rodriguez – Youngest w/9 Hits Over Two-Game Span SInce 1936 – 1,961
720 Bobby Witt Jr. / Julio Rodriguez – Only Players with 20+ HRs & 20+ SBs in 1st 2 MLB Seasons – 3,370

August 18

721 Christian Encarnacion-Strand – 1st Walk-Off HR of Career Is 411-Ft. Blast – 1,781
722 Cole Ragans – 36 Ks Through 1st 5 Starts in Royals Uniform Is Most in Club History – 537
723 Julio Rodríguez – 1st Mariners Player w/3 Consecutive 4+ Hit Games – 1,563
724 Atlanta Braves – Become 5th Team w/11,000 Wins in MLB History – 920
725 Nolan Schanuel – 11th-Overall Pick of 2023 MLB Draft Hits in Debut – 9,785
726 Los Angeles Angels – 6-4-3-2 Triple Play Is 1st in MLB Since 1971 – 937
727 Shohei Ohtani – League-Lead-Tying 43rd HR of ’23 Is Grand Slam – 7,654

August 19

728 Luis Urías – 2 Games, 2 Grand Slams, Making Red Sox History – 568
729 Trea Turner – 1st to Hit Two Homers in Same Inning Since 2008 – 848
730 Elly De La Cruz – 3rd Fastest Inside-the-Park Homer This Year – 4,893
731 Julio Rodríguez – 17 Hits Is the Most in a 4-Game Span Since 1900 – 4,200
732 Jose Altuve – Astros Star Smacks 2,000th Career Hit – 1,499
733 Eury Pérez – Youngest to Fan Double-Digit Batters Since 2005 – 875
734 Jordyn Adams – Former 1st-Rounder Collects 1st MLB Hit – 725
735 Noelvi Marte – 16th Ranked MLB Prospect Collects Steal in Debut – 2,866

August 20

736 LeBron James / Mookie Betts – Salute to Greatness: LA Legends Salute After Power Display in Dodger Stadium – 32,719
737 Noelvi Marte – 16th Ranked MLB Prospect Records 1st Career Hit – 1,474
738 Gunnar Henderson – Youngest in Orioles History w/ 4 XBH in a Game – 2,956
739 Zack Gelof – 10 Multi-Hit Games in 1st 31, 1st Time Since ’07-08 – 753
740 Bryson Stott / Joey Meneses – Celebrates Little League World Series w/ Colorful Bats – 1,061
741 Major League Baseball – MLB Returns to Williamsport for Little League Classic – 704

August 21

742 Bryce Harper – 3rd Phillies Player with Multiple ITP Homers – 2,118
743 Bobby Witt Jr. – 5th SS in MLB History with 25+ HRs and 35+ SBs – 1,197
744 Parker Meadows – Collects 1st Career Hit in MLB Debut – 1,286
745 Brent Rooker – Smashes 2nd Athletics Walk-Off Homer of the Season – 316

August 22

746 Elly De La Cruz – Fastest Player to Reach 10+ HRs & 20+ SBs Since 1900 – 5,888
747 Trea Turner – Smacks His 1st Walk-Off Hit Since 2019 – 691
748 Osleivis Basabe – 3rd Rays Player to Hit Grand Slam as 1st Career HR – 930

August 23

749 Elly De La Cruz – Sets New Career-High with 6 RBI Day – 5,264
750 Shohei Ohtani / Elly De La Cruz – Superstars Clash in Interleague Matchup – 15,342
751 Noelvi Marte – Knocks in First Career MLB RBI – 1,199
752 Nolan Schanuel – Call-Up Reaches Base 8 Times in Doubleheader – 1,348
753 Brice Turang – 5th Walk-Off Hit by a Brewers Rookie This Season – 863
754 Aaron Judge – 1st Career 3-HR Game; 34th in Yankees History – 4,758
755 Everson Pereira – Records 1st RBI of MLB Career – 1,640

August 24

756 Everson Pereira – Prospect Collects First Big-League Hit – 1,146
757 Wilyer Abreu – Cracks First Career MLB Homer – 985
758 Michael Busch – Former 1st-Rounder Goes Yard for 1st Time in Career – 879
759 Zack Gelof – Reaches 10 HRs in Fewest Games in Athletics History – 746
760 Mookie Betts – 1st 5-Hit Game by a Dodgers Player Since 2019 – 603

August 25

761 Parker Meadows – 1st HR of MLB Career Is Dramatic Walk-Off Blast – 1,668
762 Mookie Betts – Receives Standing Ovation in Fenway Park Return – 723
763 Spencer Strider – 2nd Pitcher in AL/NL History to Notch 400th K as SP in 46th Start – 785
764 Brandon Pfaadt – Earns 1st Win of MLB Career at Home – 436

August 26

765 Julio Rodríguez – Fastest in Mariners History to Reach 50 HRs – 2,333
766 Jordan Wicks – 4th Cubs Pitcher Since 1901 w/ 9 Ks in Debut – 1,765
767 Shohei Ohtani – 1st Angels Player w/ Multiple XBH & SBs Since 1914 – 4,156
768 Alex Verdugo – 3 Straight Games w/ Leadoff HR Marks Red Sox 1st – 478

August 27

769 Freddie Freeman – Most 2B by Dodgers Player in a Season Since Moving to LA – 577
770 Miguel Cabrera – 510th Career MLB HR; 26th Most in MLB History – 953
771 Julio Rodríguez – 2nd Mariners Player with 40+ Hits & 10 SBs in a Month – 1,260
772 Justin Verlander – Earns 100th Win at Comerica Park – 697
773 Corbin Carroll – 4th Rookie Ever to Record a 20 HR, 40 SB Season – 3,296

August 28

774 Jose Altuve – 1st Career Cycle; 1st Astros Player Since 2013 – 1,704
775 Royce Lewis – 1st Player w/ Grand Slams in Consecutive Games – 909
776 Johan Oviedo – Tosses 1st Career Complete Game Shutout – 423
777 Julio Rodríguez – Most Hits in a 10-Game Span Since 1997 – 1,378
778 Ronald Acuña Jr. – 4th MLB Player with 20+ HRs & 60+ SBs – 1,541
779 Sister Jean – 104-Year-Old Throws Out 1st Pitch at Wrigley Field – 5,074
780 Kyle Harrison – Youngest Giants Pitcher with 11 Ks Since 2011 – 2,890
781 Cedanne Rafaela – Club’s 3rd-Ranked Prospect Collects 1st MLB Hit – 2,065

August 29

782 Bo Naylor – Youngest in Club History w/ HRs in 3 Straight Games Since 1995 – 492
783 Clayton Kershaw – Earns 209th Career Win, 2nd Most in Dodgers History – 624
784 Mookie Betts – 36th HR of the Season Sets New Career-High – 553
785 Alex Cobb – Tosses One-Hitter; 6th Complete Game of Career – 302

August 30

786 Bryce Harper – Blasts 300th Home Run of His Career – 4,660
787 Jordan Walker – Youngest Cardinals Player Since 1972 w/ a 4-Hit Game – 1,267
788 Tommy Edman – Blasts Walk-Off Home Run in the 9th Inning – 402
789 Atlanta Braves – Breaks Club Record for Most HR Total in a Season – 888
790 Darius Vines – Top Prospect Earns Victory in Debut – 1,102

August 31

791 Ronald Acuña Jr. – Grand Slam Caps 1st 30 HR / 60 SB Season in History – 11,344
792 Anthony Volpe – 1st Yankees Rookie w/ 20 HRs & 20 SBs in a Season – 5,777
793 Mookie Betts – Smacks 250th Home Run of His Career – 1,205
794 Philadelphia Phillies – August Closes with Historic Franchise Homer Total – 1,214

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September 1

795 Noelvi Marte – Prospect’s 1st Career Walk Off Defeats Cubs, 3-2 – 1,852
796 Ronny Mauricio – 117.3 MPH Is Hardest 1st Career Hit of Statcast Era – 4,001
797 Nick Loftin – Club’s Fifth Overall Prospect Shines in MLB Debut – 1,264
798 Jasson Domínguez – “The Martian” Takes Flight with HR in MLB Debut – 25,381
799 Austin Wells – 2020 1st Rounder Picks Up Hit in MLB Debut – 3,027
800 Aaron Judge – Fastest to 250 Career Homers in MLB History – 5,034
801 Jasson Domínguez / Ronny Mauricio / Austin Wells – Debuting Trio Steal Headlines on Historic Night of Baseball – 3,393

September 2

802 Miguel Cabrera – Passes George Brett for 17th on All-Time Hit List – 795
803 Blake Snell – Throws 201st K of Season, Most by a Lefty in Padres History – 323
804 Ronald Acuña Jr. – Smacks HR 121.2 MPH, 3rd Hardest Hit Homer Ever – 1,483
805 Trea Turner – 5-Game HR Streak Ties Longest by a SS in History – 621
806 Kyren Paris – Tallies 1st Hit and Steal of His MLB Career – 770
807 Ronny Mauricio – 1st Mets Player w/ 4 Hits in His 1st 5 ABs Since 2014 – 1,410

September 3

808 Tim Anderson – Records 1,000th Hit of His Career – 413
809 Pete Alonso – 5th in MLB HIstory w/ 40+ HRs in 3 of 1st 5 Seasons – 863
810 Adolis Garcia – Crushes Walk-Off Home Run in Dramatic Fashion – 365
811 Shohei Ohtani – 8th MLB Player Ever w/ 2+ 40 HRs & 20 SBs Seasons – 4,376
812 Jasson Dominguez – 4th Yankees Player to Homer in 2 of 1st 3 Games – 6,907

September 4

813 Julio Rodríguez – 1st in MLB History w/ 25 HRs & 25 SBs in 1st 2 Seasons – 2,890
814 Royce Lewis – 2nd Player w/ 4 Grand Slams in His 1st 13 MLB HRs – 842
815 Justin Steele – Records Career-High Ks Through 8 Scoreless IP – 1,146

September 5

816 Noelvi Marte – Smashes 1st Career Home Run – 1,476
817 Brandon Lowe – Cracks Walk-Off Home Run in the 11th – 333
818 Miguel Cabrera – Gets Standing Ovation in Final Series at Yankee Stadium – 1,288
819 Giancarlo Stanton – 4th-Fastest Player to Reach 400 Career HRs – 1,285
820 Francisco Álvarez – 2nd Catcher w/ 20 HRs & 50 RBI in a Season at Age 21 – 1,033
821 Jose Altuve – 4th Player to Hit 3 HRs in the 1st 3 Innings of a Game – 1,529
822 Jordan Walker – 4th Most HRs in Club History Before Age 22 – 1,334
823 Cristian Encarnacion-Strand / Elly De La Cruz – Youngsters Speed and Base-Hit Combo Completes 9th-Inning Walk-Off – 2,749

September 6

824 Davis Schneider – 2nd in CLub History w/ 7+ HRs in His 1st 20 Games – 805
825 Kyle Schwarber – Passes Rollins for Most Phillies Leadoff HRs in a Season – 613
826 Jacob Young – Cracks 1st Career Walk-Off of His MLB Career – 1,033
827 Jasson Domínguez – Joins Rare Company with 1st HR at Yankee Stadium – 8,396
828 Masyn Winn – Sends 1st Career HR Into Orbit – 1,644
829 José Abreu – 7-RBI Game Fuels Team to Texas-Sized Win – 372

September 7

830 Jordan Lawlar – Arizona’s #1 Prospect Shines in MLB Debut – 3,869
831 Nolan Schanuel – Sets Angels Record by Reaching Base in 1st 16 Games – 954

September 8

832 Zac Gallen – Fires 1st 9-Inning Shutout of MLB Career – 402
833 Freddie Freeman – 53rd 2B of Season Is Club’s New Single-Season High – 580
834 Jasson Dominguez – Youngest Since 1901 to Belt 4 HRs in 1st 7 Games – 5,011
835 Kodai Senga – Moves to 2nd on Mets Rookie K List with 181st – 1,164
836 Wilmer Flores / Mitch Haniger / J.D. Davis – San Francisco’s Back-to-Back-to-Back HRs Are 1st for Club Since 2016 – 329
837 Major League Baseball – 3,000th Steal of Year Is the Most in Major League Baseball Since 2012 – 893
838 Trea Turner – 10-Game RBI Streak Ties All-Time Club Record – 507
839 Evan Carter – Club’s Top Prospect Hits and Steals in MLB Debut – 1,742

September 9

840 Baltimore Orioles – Get 90 Wins in 141 Games, Club’s Fewest Since 1979 – 841
841 Lane Thomas – 1st Nationals Player to HR in 4 Straight Since 2016 – 292
842 Yandy Díaz – Walk-Off Homer Sends Rays Home Winners – 226
843 Andruw Jones – Slugger Gets His Jersey Retired by Braves – 808

September 10

844 Gerrit Cole – 1st Player w/ 200 Ks in 3 Seasons for the Yankees – 576
845 Pablo López – Records Twins History w/ Scoreless 14 K, 0 BB Game – 342
846 Evan Carter – Rangers Top Prospect Records 1st MLB RBI – 749
847 Hunter Goodman – 2nd in Club History w/ 3 Triples in His 1st 12 Games – 524
848 Atlanta Braves – 1st Team to Clinch 2023 MLB Postseason Berth – 539
849 Kyle Higashioka – Walk-Off Hit Ends 13-Inning Thriller in the Bronx – 328

September 11

850 Trea Turner – 6th 25 HR / 25 SB Season by a Phillies Player – 586
851 Matt Olson – 1st Player in 2023 Season to Reach 50 HR Milestone – 909
852 Evan Carter – Rangers Top Prospect Hits 1st HR – 1,220
853 Brandon Woodruff – 1st Brewers Player to Throw a CG SHO Since 2021 – 432
854 Cal Raleigh – Most HRs by a Catcher in a Season in Mariners History – 628
855 Julio Rodríguez – 4th Player w/ a 30 HR / 30 SB Season by Age-22 – 5,306

September 12

856 Ceddanne Rafaela – Smashes 1st Career Home Run at Fenway Park – 1,101
857 Corey Seager – Records 1,000th Career Hit in 6-3 Victory – 503
858 Ronny Mauricio – Cracks 1st Homer of MLB Career – 1,741
859 Pete Crow-Armstrong – Top Prospect Tallies 1st Career RBI – 3,645
860 Bryce Harper – 6th Active Player w/ 1,500 Hs & 300 HRs in 1st 12 Seasons – 1,056
861 Ronald Acuña Jr. – Sets Franchise Record for Most Runs Scored in a Season – 1,456
862 Matt Olson / Andruw Jones – Ties Braves Record for Most HRs in a Season – 1,064
863 Atlanta Braves – Set NL Record for Single Season Home Runs – 868

September 13

864 Nico Hoerner – 3rd Cubs Player in 100 Years w/ 40+ SB & 60 RBI Year – 481
865 Juan Soto – 6th in MLB w/ 2+ 30 HR, 100 BB Seasons Before Age 25 – 490
866 Spencer Strider – Most Ks in MLB History Through First 50 Starts – 1,210
867 Atlanta Braves – Braves Clinch NL East for 6th Consecutive Time – 1,154

September 15

868 Ronald Acuña Jr. – 1st Time Reaching 200 Hits in a Season in His Career – 1,410
869 Heston Kjerstad – 1st MLB Hit Is HR to Break Up No-Hitter – 3,585
870 Spencer Steer – 3rd Most HRs Hit by a Reds Rookie in a Season – 864
871 Royce Lewis – Breaks Twins Record for Most Grand Slams in a Season – 1,020

September 16

872 Matt Waldron – 1st Career W Is First by Knuckleballer Since ’18 – 401
873 Jazz Chisholm Jr. – 2nd in Live Ball Era with Grand Slam and 3 SBs – 422
874 Matt Olson – Sets Braves Single-Season Record with 52nd HR – 1,551
875 Gunnar Henderson – Passes Ripken for Most Runs Scored in Orioles Rookie Season – 2,924
876 Gabriel Moreno – 13th-Inning Walk-Off Ends Longest Game of 2023 – 525
877 Los Angeles Dodgers – Clinch NL West Division Title for 10th Time in 11 Seasons – 612
878 Logan Porter – Storybook Rise to Big-Leagues Continues with 1st HR – 662
879 Nolan Schanuel – 2023 1st Round Pick Connects for 1st MLB Homer – 1,002
880 Miguel Cabrera – Legend Delivers Extra-Innings Go-Ahead RBI – 491

September 17

881 Baltimore Orioles – Club Clinches Postseason Berth for First Time Since 2016 – 2,050
882 Jazz Chisholm Jr. – 1st in Team History with Grand Slam in Consecutive Games – 349
883 Juan Soto – 1st Career Grand Slam Comes in Big 2-HR Day – 763

September 18

884 Tampa Bay Rays – Punches 5th-Straight Postseason Berth – 229
885 Adam Wainwright – 3rd Cardinals Pitcher to Earn 200 Career Wins – 2,603
886 Freddie Freeman – 1st Dodgers First Baseman w/ 20 HR, 20 SB Season – 517
887 José Ramírez – 4th Active Player w/ 200 HRs and 200 SBs – 296
888 Luis Arraez – 6th Marlins Player to Have 200 Hit Season – 308

September 19

889 George Springer – Moves to 2nd in MLB History in Leadoff HRs – 300
890 Spencer Strider – 2nd-Most Ks by a Braves Player in a Season – 735
891 Xander Bogaerts – Cracks 2nd Walk-Off HR of His Career – 370
892 Ronald Acuña Jr. – 2nd-Most Games Ever in a Season w/ a HR & SB – 1,365
893 Miguel Cabrera – Passes Beltré for 16th on All-Time MLB Hit List – 888
894 Alexander Canario – 4th Cubs Player in 50 Years w/ Grand Slam as 1st HR – 1,618

September 20

895 Hunter Greene – 1st Reds Pitcher Since 2000 w/ 14+ Ks in a Game – 706
896 Zack Greinke – Moves Into 4th on Royals All-Time Ks List – 506
897 Julio Rodríguez – 2nd Player w/ 175+ RBI & 60+ SBs Over 1st 2 Seasons – 1,745
898 Corbin Carroll – 1st Rookie in MLB History w/ 25 HRs & 50 SBs – 10,710
899 Austin Wells – Launches First MLB Home Run of His Career – 1,268

September 21

900 Ronald Acuña Jr. – Turns in First 140-Run Season Since 2007 – 1,675

September 22

901 Stephen A. Smith – ESPN Personality Takes the Mound at Yankee Stadium – 763
902 Milwaukee Brewers – Clinch Postseason Spot for Fifth Time in Last Six Seasons – 462
903 Ronald Acuña Jr. – Superstar Makes History with 5th Ever 40/40 Season – 9,413
904 Aaon Judge – 1st NYY Hitter w/ Multiple 3-HR Games in Season – 2,976
905 Minnesota Twins – Lock Up AL Central Title with Home Victory vs. Angels – 781
906 Freddie Freeman – 20 HR, 20 SB and 200 Hits Is Historic for First Baseman – 1,048

September 23

907 Carlos Santana – 10th Switch Hitter w/ 300 HRs in AL/NL History – 381
908 Pittsburgh Pirates – Club’s 13-12 Win Boasts 9-Run Comeback, Greatest in Franchise History – 338
909 Mookie Betts – 105 RBI Breaks Single-Season Record at Leadoff – 884
910 Clayton Kershaw – Takes 2nd on Dodgers All-Time W List with 210th – 1,114
911 Junior Caminero – Club’s No. 1 Prospect Hits, Walks in MLB Debut – 4,139

September 24

912 Joey Votto – Reds Legend Applauded in Final Home Game of 2023 – 1,626
913 Fernando Tatis Jr. – Highlight-Reel HR Robbery Comes in Big Home Win – 1,789
914 Jackson Rutledge – Collects 1st MLB Victory at Home Versus Atlanta – 456
915 Orion Kerkering – Club’s 7th Overall Prospect Fires Perfect Debut Inning – 1,232

September 25

916 Seattle Mariners – Set Mariners Record for Most Team Ks in a Season – 347
917 Yordan Alvarez – 2nd Astros Player w/ 30+ HRs in 3-Straight Seasons – 361
918 Nolan Schanuel – 4th-Longest On-Base Streak to Start Career – 819

September 26

919 Philadelphia Phillies – Clinches Postseason Berth in Walk-Off Win – 1,308
920 Juan Soto – 3rd-Most Multi-HR Games Before Turning 25 – 577
921 Elly De La Cruz – Smacks Hardest-Hit Ball in Reds History in 1st Multi-HR Game – 5,056
922 Atlanta Braves – 3rd Team in MLB History w/ 300 HRs in a Season – 704

September 27

923 Kodai Senga – 2nd Mets Rookie to Record 200 Ks in a Season – 2,374
924 Francisco Lindor – 4th Player in Mets History w/ 30 HR/30 SB Season – 1,134
925 Gerrit Cole – CGSO Backs Up Cy Young Award Bid and Dominant Year – 1,154
926 Freddie Freeman / Mookie Betts / Max Muncy – First Dodgers Trio with 100+ RBI Since 1958 – 1,396
927 Ronald Acuña Jr. – 1st Player MLB History w/ a 40 HR & 70 SB Season – 36,544
928 Terry Francona – Receives Standing Ovation in Last Home Game – 1,705
929 Miguel Cabrera – Blasts 511th HR, Tying Him for 25th All-Time – 1,712
930 Megan Rapinoe – Olympic Gold Medalist Throws Out Pitch in Seattle – 1,229
931 Danielle Fishel – TV Icon Tosses Out 1st Pitch in Phillies Game – 4,993

September 28

932 Matt Olson – Sets Braves Single-Season RBI Record – 1,241
933 Corbin Carroll – Records 1st 10+ 3B, 25+ HR & 50+ SB Season Ever – 3,191
934 J.P. Crawford – Walk-Off Hit Keeps Mariners Postseason Hopes Alive – 729
935 Julio Rodríguez – 2nd Fastest to Reach 60 HRs & 60 SBs in MLB History – 1,578
936 Baltimore Orioles – Clinched AL East Division w/ 1st 100 Win Season Since 1990 – 3,424

September 29

937 Miguel Cabrera – Passes Aaron for 13th Most 2Bs in MLB History – 1,033
938 Adam Wainwright – Uncle Charlie Gets Last Home At-Bat – 1,022
939 Bobby Witt Jr. – 1st Royals Player to Reach 30 HRs & 40 SBs – 2,642
940 Freddie Freeman – Sets Single-Season Los Angeles Dodgers Runs Record – 663
941 Ronald Acuña Jr. – Ties Braves Record for Most Steals in a Season – 1,794

September 30

942 Miguel Cabrera – Special Farewell Ceremony with Family & Teammates – 2,723
943 Toronto Blue Jays – Long Day Ends with Postseason Berth Celebration – 406
944 Texas Rangers – Texas-Sized Celebration for 1st Postseason Since 2016 – 359
945 Spencer Strider – Ring ‘Em Up! Sets Braves Single-Season K Record – 1,952
946 Ronald Acuña Jr. – Sets Club’s New Single-Season SB Record with 73 – 3,048
947 Miami Marlins – Go Fish! Miami Clinches 1st Postseason Berth Since 2020 – 475
948 Houston Astros – Club Returns to the Postseason for 7th Straight Season – 414
949 Arizona Diamondbacks – Postseason Baseball Is Back for First Time Since 2017 – 629

Oct

2023 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – October

2023 Topps Now Baseball 984 Michael Harris II

Parallels:

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

October 1

950 Esteury Ruiz – Seets AL Record for Most SBs in a Season – 1,029
951 Junior Caminero – 1st Career HR Sets Rays Single-Season Runs Record – 1,771
952 Miguel Cabrera – Tigers Say, “Gracias, Miggy!” to Retiring Legend – 4,273
953 CJ Abrams – Breaks Nationals Single-Season SB Record – 589
954 Luis Arraez – 2nd Player to Win Both AL & NL Batting Titles – 699
955 Adam Wainwright – “Uncle Charlie” Plays Encore in Season Finale – 1,488
956 Atlanta Braves – Club Ties MLB Record for Most HRs in a Season – 769
957 Zack Greinke – Earns 225th Career Win in Season Finale – 661

October 3

958 Evan Carter – Youngest to Reach Base 4+ Times in Postseason Debut – 1,679
959 Royce Lewis – Joins Twins History in Multi-HR Postseason Game – 1,649
960 Minnesota Twins – Twin Cities Celebrate First Postseason Since 2004 – 816
961 Corbin Carroll – Youngest Arizona Player to Hit Postseason HR – 2,884
962 Rhys Hoskins – Phillies Fan-Favorite Throws Out First Pitch – 897
963 Bryce Harper – Harper’s Late-Game Hustle Seals Phillies Win – 1,286

October 4

964 Evan Carter – Top Prospect Smashes 1st Postseason Homer – 1,485
965 Texas Rangers – Rangers Win AL Wild Card, Advance to ALDS – 392
966 Minnesota Twins – 1st Postseason Series Win Since 2002 – 582
967 Arizona Diamondbacks – Advances to NLDS After Overcoming 2 Multi-Run Deficits – 320
968 Bryson Stott – 2nd Player in Club History w/ Postseason Grand Slam – 2,148
969 Philadelphia Phillies – Phillies Advance to the ALDS – 872

October 7

970 Evan Carter – Youngest Player to Reach Base 3+ Times in Each of 1st 3 Postseason Games – 1,028
971 Josh Jung – Rangers Rookie Blasts 1st Postseason HR – 1,123
972 Jose Altuve – Ignites Team’s Offense with HR on 1st Pitch Seen – 480
973 Yordan Alvarez – Multi-HR Game Leads ALDS Game 1 Win – 485
974 Bryce Harper – Moves to 4th in All-Time Phillies Postseason HRs – 992
975 Merrill Kelly – Makes Club History with 6+ Scoreless IP in Win – 344
976 Corbin Carroll / Gabriel Moreno / Alek Thomas – 2nd Time in Postseason History 3 Players Age 23 or Younger Hit a HR – 984

October 8

977 Mitch Garver – 2nd in Club History to Hit a Postseason Grand Slam – 711
978 Gunnar Henderson – 2nd Youngest Orioles Player to Hit a Postseason HR – 3,859
979 Carlos Correa – Tied for 3rd Most Postseason RBI in MLB History – 1,059
980 Pablo López – Tosses Historic 7 Scoreless Postseason Frames – 923

October 9

981 Corbin Carroll – Reaches Base 3rd-Most Times (12) Through 1st 4 Postseason Games – 1,645
982 J.T. Realmuto – Most Postseason HRs by a Phillies Catcher – 742
983 Travis d’Arnaud – 3rd-Most Postseason HRs (10) by a Catcher – 720
984 Michael Harris II – Circus Catch, Historic DP Caps NLDS Game 2 Win – 3,598
985 Austin Riley – Crushes Go-Ahead Home Run in the 8th Inning – 1,180

October 10

986 Cristian Javier – 3rd Consecutive 5+ IP Scoreless Postseason Start – 619
987 José Abreu – 1st to Hit 2 Postseason HRs 440+ Feet in a Game – 597
988 Yordan Alvarez – Tied for Most Bases (20) in 1st 3 Postseason Games – 766
989 Corey Seager – BB Record & 1st-Inning HR Power ALDS Game 3 Win – 640
990 Nathan Eovaldi – Leads Rangers to ALCS with 7 Dominant Frames – 570
991 Texas Rangers – Advances to ALCS for 1st Time Since 2011 – 588

October 11

992 Bryce Harper – Stares Down Phillies History in 2 Homer Game – 9,720
993 Nick Castellanos – Crushes 2 HRs to Help Phillies Take NLDS Lead – 1,687
994 Houston Astros – Astros Advance to ALCS for 7th Straight Season – 708
995 Royce Lewis – Matched Twins Single Postseason HR Record – 648
996 Geraldo Perdomo/ Ketel Marte/ Christian Walker/ Gabriel Moreno – 1st Time in MLB History a Team Hit 4 HRs in One Postseason Inning – 1,069
997 Gabriel Moreno – Youngest Catcher with 3 HRs in Postseason History – 940
998 Arizona Diamondbacks – Diamondbacks Advance to 3rd NLCS in Team History – 835

October 12

999 Nick Castellanos – 1st w/ Back-to-Back Multi-HR Postseason Games – 2,259
1000 Trea Turner – Records Phillies 1st Four-Hit Postseason Game – 1,615
1001 Matt Strahm – Slams Door as Phillies Punch Ticket to the NLCS – 1,880
1002 Philadelphia Phillies – Club Advances to NLCS for Second Consecutive Season – 1,690

October 15

1003 Jordan Montgomery – Makes Club History w/ 6+ Scorless Postseason IP – 428
1004 Evan Carter – Soars Through the Air to Make Crucial ALCS Catch – 1,839

October 16

1005 Adolis García – Cartwheels His Way to Rangers Win – 619
1006 José Leclerc – 1st to Finsh Each of Team’s First 7 Postseason Games – 464
1007 Kyle Schwarber – Passes Legend for Most Leadoff Postseason HRs – 1,206
1008 Bryce Harper – Blows Out Diamondbacks with a Birthday Homer – 2,083
1009 Nick Castellanos – 2nd Player w/ 5 HRs in a 3-Game Postseason Span – 1,151
1010 Zack Wheeler – Dominant Start Leads to MLB History and a Win – 916
1011 Yordan Alvarez – Becomes the All-Time Cuban-Born Postseason HR King – 526

October 17

1012 Kyle Schwarber – 2-HR Game Powers Team to NLCS Game 2 Win & Makes MLB History – 1,140
1013 Philadelphia Phillies – Phillies Set Record for Most Postseason HRs (15) Over 4-Game Span – 1,274
1014 Jose Altuve – 25th Postseason HR Fuels ALCS Game 3 Win – 586
1015 Cristian Javier – Lowest BA (0.71) Ever Through 4 Postseason Starts – 439
1016 Josh Jung – 1st Rangers Rookie with 2-HR Game in Postseason – 1,107
1017 Leody Taveras – Robs Home Run with Leaping Catch at the Wall – 409

October 19

1018 Brandon Pfaadt – Rookie’s Strikeout Performance Not Seen Since 1949 – 852
1019 Ketel Marte – 1st Postseason Walk-Off at Chase Field Since 2001 World Series – 503
1020 Corey Seager – 15th Career Postseason HR Is 3rd-Most by SS – 298
1021 José Abreu – Three-Run Blast Breaks Open Game 4, Ties Series 2-2 – 378

October 20

1022 Alex Bregman – Solo Blast Gets Astros Going Early in Game 5 – 514
1023 Adolis García – Puts Rangers Ahead with Mammoth Three-Run HR – 367
1024 Jose Altuve – Postseason Magic Made with 9th-Inning Go-Ahead HR – 1,134
1025 Kyle Schwarber – New Postseason Leader for Homers by LH-Hitter – 942
1026 Alek Thomas – Clutch Pinch-Hit HR Changes the Diamondbacks’ Fate – 571
1027 Gabriel Moreno – Go-Ahead RBI Single Seals Diamondbacks Game 4 Win – 723

October 21

1028 Zack Wheeler – Ups ’23 Postseason Record to 3-0 w/ 8-K Start – 945
1029 Kyle Schwarber – Stays Red-Hot with 461-Ft. Solo Blast in Game 5 – 1,023
1030 Kyle Schwarber / Bryce Harper – Pair’s 11th Blasts for Phillies in Postseason Tie Both for Most in Club History – 1,055
1031 Bryce Harper – Becomes 1st Player in Phillies Postseason History to Steal Home Plate – 1,866

October 22

1032 Adolis García – Historic Postseason Grand Slam Forces ALCS Game 7 – 2,315
1033 Evan Carter – 11th Straight Game on Base Makes Postseason History – 2,804

October 23

1034 Ketel Marte – Ties Hit-Streak Record to Start Postseason Career – 695
1035 Tommy Pham / Lourdes Gurriel Jr. – Back-to-Back Homers Propel Diamondbacks to NLCS Game 6 Win – 575
1036 Corey Seager – 1st Inning HR Gives Early Edge in Texas Showdown – 828
1037 Evan Carter – Two Run Double in 4th Inning Breaks Game Open for Visitors – 1,678
1038 Adolis García – Historic Game 7 Leads Rangers to World Series – 1,449
1039 Texas Rangers – Advance to World Series for 1st Time Since 2011 – 1,111

October 24

1040 Corbin Carroll – Youngest Since Cobb with 3-Hit, 2-SB Postseason Game – 5,198
1041 Gabriel Moreno – Smacks Game-Winning, Go-Ahead RBI in 5th Inning – 1,580
1042 Ketel Marte – Makes Postseason History En Route to an NLCS MVP – 1,303
1043 Kevin Ginkel – Strikes Out Side in Bottom of the 8th Inning – 969
1044 Arizona Diamondbacks – Advance to World Series for 1st Time Since 2001 – 1,365

October 26

1045 Dusty Baker – World Series Winning Manager Calls It a Career – 1,278

October 27

1046 Ivan Rodriguez – Hall of Fame Catcher Makes Pregame Appearance – 722
1047 George W. Bush – 43rd President Throws Out Ceremonial First Pitch – 1,984
1048 Evan Carter – Youngest to Hit 3rd in World Series Since Mantle – 1,677
1049 Ketel Marte – Fans Rejoice with First World Series Swipe – 604
1050 Ketel Marte – Postseason Hit Streak Tied for Longest All-Time – 776
1051 Corey Seager – Cracks Historic, Game-Tying HR in the 9th Inning – 1,374
1052 Adolis García – Walk-Off HR Caps Exciting Game 1 World Series Win – 1,793

October 28

1053 Fergie Jenkins / Adrián Beltré – Fabled Rangers Legends Perform Memorable First-Pitch Ceremony – 585
1054 Gabriel Moreno – 4th-Inning Solo HR Opens Diamondbacks Game 2 Account – 1,030
1055 Ketel Marte – 18-Game Postseason Hit Streak Is Longest-Ever – 665
1056 Merrill Kelly – Lights-Out Start Catalyzes Series-Tying Game 2 Win – 503
1057 Tommy Pham – 3rd Postseason 4-Hit Game Ties for Most All-Time – 481

October 30

1058 Aaron Judge – All Rise for the 2023 Roberto Clemente Award Winner – 1,485
1059 Randy Johnson – “The Big Unit” Throws Out 1st Pitch in Arizona – 621
1060 Ketel Marte – 3rd-Longest On-Base Streak to Start Postseason Career – 570
1061 Texas Rangers – Incredible Throw Home Prevents Run in 2nd Inning – 583
1062 Evan Carter – 4th Youngest to Bat Cleanup in the World Series – 1,253
1063 Corey Seager – 18th Postseason HR Is Game-Winner in Game 3 – 865
1064 Jon Gray – Pitches Gem in Relief Leading to Game 3 Win – 527
1065 Texas Rangers – Most Consecutive Games with a HR in Postseason History – 632

October 31

1066 Corey Seager – 3rd HR This World Series Opens Door for Rangers – 1,810
1067 Marcus Semien – 5 RBI Performance Powers Rangers to Game 4 Win – 977
1068 Travis Jankowski – Catches Stride in Game 4, Knocking in 2 Runs – 850
1069 Texas Rangers – Rangers Hit for the Cycle in 2nd Inning – 928
1070 Texas Rangers – 1st w/ 5+ Runs in Consecutive World Series Innings – 801

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2023 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – November

2023 Topps Now Baseball 1078 Texas Rangers

Parallels:

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

1071 Nathan Eovaldi – 5th Postseason Win Leads to World Series Title
1072 Corey Seager – Ends No-Hit Bid in 7th Inning with Table-Setting Single
1073 Evan Carter – MLB-Record 9th Postseason Double Ignites Offense
1074 Mitch Garver – Knocks in Go-Ahead, World Series Winning Run
1075 Jonah Heim – RBI Extends Lead in 9th to Secure World Series Win
1076 Marcus Semien – “Simmy” Calls Game; Blasts 2-Run HR in Ninth Inning
1077 Will Smith – 1st to Win 3 Consecutive World Series w/ 3 Teams
1078 Texas Rangers – The Drought Is Over! The Rangers Win the World Series
1079 Corey Seager – Wins 2nd Willie Mays World Series MVP Award

Team Sets

2023 Topps Now Baseball Team Set Checklists

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2023 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Arizona Diamondbacks

15 Kyle Lewis – 1st Career Pinch-Hit Homer Gives Edge in 2-1 Win
162 Zac Gallen – Ace Extends Scoreless Innings Streak to 21 1/3
189 Zac Gallen – Punches Out a Dozen as Scoreless Streak Hits 28 IP
227 Christian Walker – Two HR Game Powers D-Backs to a Win
257 Zac Gallen – Sets Team Mark with 24 1/3 Scoreless Home Frames
281 Dominic Fletcher – 1st Career HR Comes in Big Night at the Plate
287 Dominic Fletcher – Drives in Career-High 5 RBI in Big Win vs. Giants
293 Lourdes Gurriel Jr. – Walks Off Giants with 9th-Inning RBI Double
375 Corbin Carroll – 1st Career Walk-Off Hit Has D-Backs Sitting Atop the NL West Division
381 Corbin Carroll – Makes Incredible 5% Probability Sliding Grab
411 Corbin Carroll – 1st Career Grand Slam Makes for 1st Multi-HR Game
466 Cobin Carroll – 2nd Fastest to 20 HRs/20 SBs in AL/NL History
540 Corbin Carroll – 10th-Inning RBI Single Walks Off Pirates
585 Dominic Canzone – 1st MLB Hit Ties Up Wild Game, Arizona Wins 16-13
638 Corbin Carroll – Reaches 25 HR, 35 SB in 2nd Fewest Games Since 1900

657 Corbin Carroll – 4th Rookie with 20+ HRs and 35+ SBs in a Season
667 Arizona Diamondbacks – Sets a Franchise Record for Most SBs in a Game
764 Brandon Pfaadt – Earns 1st Win of MLB Career at Home
773 Corbin Carroll – 4th Rookie Ever to Record a 20 HR, 40 SB Season
830 Jordan Lawlar – Arizona’s #1 Prospect Shines in MLB Debut
832 Zac Gallen – Fires 1st 9-Inning Shutout of MLB Career
876 Gabriel Moreno – 13th-Inning Walk-Off Ends Longest Game of 2023
898 Corbin Carroll – 1st Rookie in MLB History w/ 25 HRs & 50 SBs
933 Corbin Carroll – Records 1st 10+ 3B, 25+ HR & 50+ SB Season Ever
949 Arizona Diamondbacks – Postseason Baseball Is Back for First Time Since 2017
961 Corbin Carroll – Youngest Arizona Player to Hit Postseason HR
967 Arizona Diamondbacks – Advances to NLDS After Overcoming 2 Multi-Run Deficits
975 Merrill Kelly – Makes Club History with 6+ Scoreless IP in Win
976 Corbin Carroll / Gabriel Moreno / Alek Thomas – 2nd Time in Postseason History 3 Players Age 23 or Younger Hit a HR
981 Corbin Carroll – Reaches Base 3rd-Most Times (12) Through 1st 4 Postseason Games

996 Geraldo Perdomo/ Ketel Marte/ Christian Walker/ Gabriel Moreno – 1st Time in MLB History a Team Hit 4 HRs in One Postseason Inning
997 Gabriel Moreno – Youngest Catcher with 3 HRs in Postseason History
998 Arizona Diamondbacks – Diamondbacks Advance to 3rd NLCS in Team History
1018 Brandon Pfaadt – Rookie’s Strikeout Performance Not Seen Since 1949
1019 Ketel Marte – 1st Postseason Walk-Off at Chase Field Since 2001 World Series
1026 Alek Thomas – Clutch Pinch-Hit HR Changes the Diamondbacks’ Fate
1027 Gabriel Moreno – Go-Ahead RBI Single Seals Diamondbacks Game 4 Win
1034 Ketel Marte – Ties Hit-Streak Record to Start Postseason Career
1035 Tommy Pham / Lourdes Gurriel Jr. – Back-to-Back Homers Propel Diamondbacks to NLCS Game 6 Win
1040 Corbin Carroll – Youngest Since Cobb with 3-Hit, 2-SB Postseason Game
1041 Gabriel Moreno – Smacks Game-Winning, Go-Ahead RBI in 5th Inning
1042 Ketel Marte – Makes Postseason History En Route to an NLCS MVP
1043 Kevin Ginkel – Strikes Out Side in Bottom of the 8th Inning
1044 Arizona Diamondbacks – Advance to World Series for 1st Time Since 2001
1049 Ketel Marte – Fans Rejoice with First World Series Swipe

1050 Ketel Marte – Postseason Hit Streak Tied for Longest All-Time
1054 Gabriel Moreno – 4th-Inning Solo HR Opens Diamondbacks Game 2 Account
1055 Ketel Marte – 18-Game Postseason Hit Streak Is Longest-Ever
1056 Merrill Kelly – Lights-Out Start Catalyzes Series-Tying Game 2 Win
1057 Tommy Pham – 3rd Postseason 4-Hit Game Ties for Most All-Time
1059 Randy Johnson – “The Big Unit” Throws Out 1st Pitch in Arizona
1060 Ketel Marte – 3rd-Longest On-Base Streak to Start Postseason Career

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2023 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Atlanta Braves

20 Ronald Acuña Jr. / Matt Olson – Back-to-Back Jacks to Lead Off Game Set Tone in 7-1 Win
51 Dylan Dodd – Southpaw Is Victorious in MLB Debut vs. St. Louis
64 Orlando Arcia – 9th-Inning RBI Walks Off 2023 Home Opener
90 Sean Murphy – 1st Homer with Club Is Walk-Off Winner in Extras
102 Ozzie Albies – Smashes 100th Career MLB Home Run in 7-6 Win
121 Austin Riley – 100th Career HR Highlights Braves 10-2 Victory
136 Vaughn Grissom – 9th-Inning RBI Single Completes Sweep vs. Royals
179 Spencer Strider – Nearly Unhittable, Ks 13 in 8 Scoreless Frames
197 Matt Olson – 500th Career RBI Comes on 3-Run HR vs. Mets
216 Sean Murphy – Two HRs and Career-High Six RBI Highlights 9-8 Win
217 Ronald Acuña Jr. – Slugger Joins Upper Deck Elite with Mammoth Homer
230 Marcell Ozuna – 200th Career Longball Comes on 2 HR, 5 RBI Day
243 Kevin Pillar – 100th Career HR Is Go-Ahead, Pinch-Hit Blast
245 Michael Harris II – Records First Career Walk-Off Hit in 12-Inning Win
329 Jared Shuster – Atlanta’s Top Prospect Earns 1st MLB Win at Home

344 Austin Riley – 3rd in Statcast Era with Two 455-Plus Foot Homers
356 Spencer Strider – Fastest in AL/NL History to Have 100 Ks in a Year
370 Ronald Acuña Jr. – 4th Player to Have 130+ HRs and SBs Before Age 26
388 AJ Smith-Shawver – Strikes Out 3 Batters in Scoreless MLB Debut
409 Ozzie Albies – Blasts Walk-Off HR to Win 13-10 Battle with Mets
444 AJ Smith-Shawver – Youngest Braves Pitcher to Record Win Since 1990
451 Ronald Acuña Jr. – 1st in MLB History with 15 HR & 30 SB in 1st 70 Games
458 Michael Harris II – In 1st 5-Hit Game, Hits Farthest HR of MLB Career
470 Spencer Strider / Dwight Gooden – Joins “Dr. K” with 300 Ks in 1st 35 MLB Starts
503 Ronald Acuña Jr. – 2nd Player Ever with 50 RBI & 35 SBs Before July
515 Ronald Acuña Jr. – 1st in MLB History with 20+ HRs & 35+ SB Before Break
516 Atlanta Braves – Break NL Record for Homers in a Single Month (61)
522 Ronald Acuña Jr. – 1st Player in MLB History with 20+ HRs, 40+ SB and 50+ RBI Before Break
534 Atlanta Braves – Set AL/NL Record for HRs in 1st Half (167)
546 Atlanta Braves – Set Modern-Era Record with HR in 26 Straight Games

592 Spencer Strider – 350-Plus Ks Over 1st 40 Starts Is Best Mark in MLB History
604 Austin Riley – Ties Braves Record with Homers in Five Straight
616 Atlanta Braves – Turn First Triple Play of 2023 MLB Season
633 Ronald Acuña Jr. – 1st MLB Player with 50+ SBs & 20+ HRs Pre-August
640 Spencer Strider – Fewest IP to Reach 200 Ks in a MLB Season
646 Matt Olson / Austin Riley – Set Braves Single-Season Record for Back-to-Back Homers
654 Max Fried – Leads Club to 70th Win of ’23 in Triumphant Return
665 Atlanta Braves – Most 450+ Foot HRs Hit by a Team in a Single Season
674 Matt Olson – Sets Braves RBI Record with 100th of 2023 Season
687 Matt Olson – 7th Player w/40 HRs & 100 RBI in 113 Games Since 1962
694 Nicky Lopez – 1st w/4+ Hits, 5 RBI & Scoreless Pitching Outing in Same Game Since 1920
698 Allan Winans – Earns 1st MLB Win in Debut Against Former Team
701 Ronald Acuña Jr. / Rickey Henderson – 1st Since HOFer in ’90 to Have 25+ HRs, 55+ SB Season
707 Nicky Lopez – Most RBI in 1st Two Starts in Braves History
724 Atlanta Braves – Become 5th Team w/11,000 Wins in MLB History

763 Spencer Strider – 2nd Pitcher in AL/NL History to Notch 400th K as SP in 46th Start
778 Ronald Acuña Jr. – 4th MLB Player with 20+ HRs & 60+ SBs
789 Atlanta Braves – Breaks Club Record for Most HR Total in a Season
790 Darius Vines – Top Prospect Earns Victory in Debut
791 Ronald Acuña Jr. – Grand Slam Caps 1st 30 HR / 60 SB Season in History
804 Ronald Acuña Jr. – Smacks HR 121.2 MPH, 3rd Hardest Hit Homer Ever
843 Andruw Jones – Slugger Gets His Jersey Retired by Braves
848 Atlanta Braves – 1st Team to Clinch 2023 MLB Postseason Berth
851 Matt Olson – 1st Player in 2023 Season to Reach 50 HR Milestone
861 Ronald Acuña Jr. – Sets Franchise Record for Most Runs Scored in a Season
862 Matt Olson / Andruw Jones – Ties Braves Record for Most HRs in a Season
863 Atlanta Braves – Set NL Record for Single Season Home Runs
866 Spencer Strider – Most Ks in MLB History Through First 50 Starts
867 Atlanta Braves – Braves Clinch NL East for 6th Consecutive Time
868 Ronald Acuña Jr. – 1st Time Reaching 200 Hits in a Season in His Career

874 Matt Olson – Sets Braves Single-Season Record with 52nd HR
890 Spencer Strider – 2nd-Most Ks by a Braves Player in a Season
892 Ronald Acuña Jr. – 2nd-Most Games Ever in a Season w/ a HR & SB
900 Ronald Acuña Jr. – Turns in First 140-Run Season Since 2007
903 Ronald Acuña Jr. – Superstar Makes History with 5th Ever 40/40 Season
922 Atlanta Braves – 3rd Team in MLB History w/ 300 HRs in a Season
927 Ronald Acuña Jr. – 1st Player MLB History w/ a 40 HR & 70 SB Season
932 Matt Olson – Sets Braves Single-Season RBI Record
941 Ronald Acuña Jr. – Ties Braves Record for Most Steals in a Season
945 Spencer Strider – Ring ‘Em Up! Sets Braves Single-Season K Record
946 Ronald Acuña Jr. – Sets Club’s New Single-Season SB Record with 73
956 Atlanta Braves – Club Ties MLB Record for Most HRs in a Season
983 Travis d’Arnaud – 3rd-Most Postseason HRs (10) by a Catcher
984 Michael Harris II – Circus Catch, Historic DP Caps NLDS Game 2 Win
985 Austin Riley – Crushes Go-Ahead Home Run in the 8th Inning

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2023 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Baltimore Orioles

4 Adley Rutschman – Makes Opening Day History Going 5-for-5 w/ 4 RBI
42 Gunnar Henderson – 1st Homer of 2023 Season Proves to Be Game-Winner
57 Grayson Rodriguez – Orioles Top Prospect Makes His MLB Debut in Texas
97 Ryan Mountcastle – Ties Orioles Single-Game RBI Record on Epic Day
114 Adley Rutschman – 1st Career Walk-Off HR Sends Fans Home Happy
160 Adam Frazier – RBI Single Plates Walk-Off Run in Win vs. Detroit
200 Grayson Rodriguez – Whiffs Nine Batters En-Route to 1st MLB Victory
224 Ryan Mountcastle – 2 HRs & 5 RBI Power Orioles Past Royals, 11-7
238 Anthony Santander – 2 Blasts and Career-High 5 RBI Power Big Road Win
259 Adley Rutschman – Hardest Hit Ball of Career Lands on Eutaw Street
275 Cedric Mullins – Hits 1st Career Cycle & 12th in Orioles History
342 Gunnar Henderson – 2-Run Double Spawns Go-Ahead Runs in Epic Comeback
425 Gunnar Henderson – 462-Foot HR Marks Longest Ever to Land on Eutaw Street
436 Gunnar Henderson – Rookie Stays Hot, Hitting 1st Career Grand Slam
489 Ryan McKenna – Walk-Off Two-Run Homer Sinks Seattle in Extras

500 Jordan Westburg – Hits, Scores and Drives in Run in MLB Debut
529 Colton Cowser – Top Prospect Flashes Offense in MLB Debut
532 Gunnar Henderson – Makes MLB HIstory with Monster Offensive Night
537 Cedric Mullins – Incredible HR-Robbing Catch Dazzles in 3-1 Win
552 Adley Rutschman – 2023 T-Mobile Home Run Derby Participant
557 Adley Rutschman – Rookie Woos Crowd with Switch-Hitting Performance
589 Angel Reese – Baltimore-Native Throws Out First Pitch on Big Day
594 Baltimore Orioles – Unseat Rays for First Place in AL East Division – Latest in Season Since ’16
611 Jordan Westburg – Orioles Prospect Hits 1st Homer of MLB Career
626 Anthony Santander – 9th-Inning Blast Walks Off Yankees in 1-0 Thriller
656 Colton Cowser / Ryan Mountcastle / Adley Rutschman / Gunnar Henderson – Look Good, Feel Good, Play Good – Orioles Extend Stay Atop AL East
659 Kyle Gibson – Earns 100th Career Win with Dominant Performance
706 Cedric Mullins – Robs Game-Tying HR in 9th, Hits Game-Winning HR in 10th
738 Gunnar Henderson – Youngest in Orioles History w/ 4 XBH in a Game
840 Baltimore Orioles – Get 90 Wins in 141 Games, Club’s Fewest Since 1979

869 Heston Kjerstad – 1st MLB Hit Is HR to Break Up No-Hitter
875 Gunnar Henderson – Passes Ripken for Most Runs Scored in Orioles Rookie Season
881 Baltimore Orioles – Club Clinches Postseason Berth for First Time Since 2016
936 Baltimore Orioles – Clinched AL East Division w/ 1st 100 Win Season Since 1990
978 Gunnar Henderson – 2nd Youngest Orioles Player to Hit a Postseason HR

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2023 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Boston Red Sox

5 Masataka Yoshida – Japanese Superstar Hits in Opening Day Debut
24 Adam Duvall – 2nd HR of Day Is Walk-Off Winner vs. Baltimore
41 Masataka Yoshida – 1st Career MLB HR Soars High Over the Green Monster
75 Rafael Devers – Drives in 5 Runs During Two-Homer Day vs. Tigers
87 Jordan Walker / Ted Williams – Ties the Hall-of-Famer for Hit Streak to Begin MLB Career
140 Masataka Yoshida / Shohei Ohtani – Team Japan Teammates Square Off for First Time in MLB
144 Fair or Fowl? – Flying Friends Take a Stroll at Fenway Park During Game
145 Alex Verdugo – Screamer Stays Fair, Walks-Off Twins in 10th Inning
153 Enmanuel Valdez – Notches First Two Hits of MLB Career in Debut
173 Masataka Yoshida – 1st Since 2013 with HR & Grand Slam in Same Inning
183 Jarren Duran – 1st Career MLB Grand Slam Is Difference-Maker in Baltimore
205 Alex Verdugo – Plays Extra-Innings Hero Once Again, Beats Cleveland 8-7
218 Enmanuel Valdez – Cracks 1st Career MLB Homer in Win vs. Toronto
219 Alex Verdugo – 9th-Inning Solo Blast Is Third Walk-Off of 2023
236 Rafael Devers – 150th Career HR Caps 11-5 Victory Over Blue Jays

267 Kenley Jansen – Notches 400th Career Save – 7th Closer to Reach Milestone
303 Masataka Yoshida – Red-Hot Phenom Collects 1st Triple of MLB Career
373 Rafael Devers – 5th-Fastest to Reach 200 Doubles and 150 HRs
448 Justin Turner – Veteran Erupts for 2-HR, 6-RBI Night at Plate
449 Masataka Yoshida – Rookie Records 1st Career Four-Hit Performance
450 Joe Jacques – Southpaw Steps Up to Earn 1st MLB Victory
521 Jarren Duran – 50th Four-Double Game in AL/NL History Since 1901
566 Masataka Yoshida – Most Consect. Multi-Hit Games Since Ted Williams
576 Masataka Yoshida – 3rd Red Sox Rookie to Record Multiple 6 RBI Games
581 Nick Pivetta – Sets Red Sox Single-Game K Record for Reliever
673 Pablo Reyes – Cracks 21st Walk-Off Grand Slam in Club History
728 Luis Urías – 2 Games, 2 Grand Slams, Making Red Sox History
757 Wilyer Abreu – Cracks First Career MLB Homer
768 Alex Verdugo – 3 Straight Games w/ Leadoff HR Marks Red Sox 1st
781 Cedanne Rafaela – Club’s 3rd-Ranked Prospect Collects 1st MLB Hit

856 Ceddanne Rafaela – Smashes 1st Career Home Run at Fenway Park

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2023 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Chicago Cubs

91 Nico Hoerner – 1st Career Walk-Off Hit in 3-2 Extra-Innings Win
103 Nelson Velázquez – 1st Career Grand Slam Caps 7-Run Comeback
138 Patrick Wisdom – 2-HR Day Makes 5 Homers in Last 4 Game
139 Cody Bellinger – Collects First 5-Hit Day of Big League Career
158 Drew Smyly – Takes Perfect Game Bid Into 8th, Whiffs 10 in Win
174 Marcus Stroman – Collects 1,000th Career Strikeout vs. Dodgers
237 Miguel Amaya – Cubs Catching Prospect Plates RBI in MLB Debut
241 Matt Mervis – Debuting Rookie Drives in Run with 1st MLB Hit
300 Matt Mervis – 1st MLB HR Exits at 110.7 MPH
313 Seiya Suzuki – 1st Japanese Player to Homer in Three Straight Plate Appearances
325 Christopher Morel – 4th Player Since 1900 with 8 HRs in First 11 Games
339 Christopher Morel – Live at Five – Homers in Fifth Straight Game
358 Marcus Stroman – Twirls First CG SHO Since2014, Blanks Rays 1-0
387 Miguel Amaya – Rookie Connects for 1st MLB Home Run in 7-1 Win
488 Ian Happ – Two HRs Highlights 9-1 Victory Across the Pond

536 Chicago Cubs – Snap Yankee Stadium Skid Dating Back to 1932
596 Miles Mastrobuoni – Slugs 1st HR of MLB Career in Home Win
642 Chicago Cubs – Cubs Hit Seven HRs in a Game, Most by Club Since 1977
716 Christopher Morel – Three-Run Walk-Off Homer Secures Cubs Comeback
766 Jordan Wicks – 4th Cubs Pitcher Since 1901 w/ 9 Ks in Debut
779 Sister Jean – 104-Year-Old Throws Out 1st Pitch at Wrigley Field
815 Justin Steele – Records Career-High Ks Through 8 Scoreless IP
859 Pete Crow-Armstrong – Top Prospect Tallies 1st Career RBI
864 Nico Hoerner – 3rd Cubs Player in 100 Years w/ 40+ SB & 60 RBI Year
894 Alexander Canario – 4th Cubs Player in 50 Years w/ Grand Slam as 1st HR

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2023 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Chicago White Sox

60 Elvis Andrus – Veteran Collects His 2,000th Career MLB Knock
71 Oscar Colás – Rookie Slugs 1st Career MLB Longball vs. Pirates
128 Oscar Colás – 1st Career Walk-Off Hit Caps Off Exciting Afternoon
212 Andrew Vaughn – 1st Career Walk-Off Is 3-Run HR to Cap Comeback Win
222 Andrew Benintendi – RBI Single Gives Club Consecutive Walk-Off Wins
361 Liam Hendriks – Returns to MLB After Besting Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma
385 Jake Burger – Walk-Off Grand Slam Caps Big Day in Chicago
386 Liam Hendriks – Collects 1st Win of 2023 on Very Special Day
397 Lucas Giolito – Hurler Makes White Sox History with No-Hit Bid
417 Luis Robert – Nails Walk-Off RBI to Squeak by Marlins, 2-1
457 Zach Remillard – Goes 3-for-3 with Game-Winning RBI in MLB Debut
460 Lance Lynn – 16-K Outing Marks Career-Best and Ties Club High
551 Luis Robert Jr. – 2023 T-Mobile Home Run Derby Participant
608 Lucas Giolito – Records 1,000th Strikeout of MLB Career vs. Min
808 Tim Anderson – Records 1,000th Hit of His Career

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2023 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Cincinnati Reds

73 Nick Lodolo – Strikes Out Career-High 12 Over Seven Scoreless IP
132 Wil Myers – Power Source Behind Club’s 13-0 Win vs. Phillies
178 TJ Friedl – 1st Career Walk-Off Hit Sends Away Rangers
187 Nick Senzel – 1st HR of 2023 Is Two-Run Walk-Off Winner vs. Texas
297 Matt McLain – Top Reds Prospect Hits, Scores Twice in Debut
301 Brandon Williamson – Rookie Retires 14 Straight in His MLB Debut
333 Matt McClain – Two-Run Blast Is Rookie’s 1st Career Homer
349 Hunter Greene – Fireballer Strikes Out 11 Over Six No-Hit Innings
351 Jonathan India – Powers Reds Past Cubs with 2 HRs and 5 RBI
390 Andrew Abbott – Joins a Class of His Own in Historic MLB Debut
392 Elly De La Cruz – Smokes 112-MPH Double for First MLB Hit
393 Matt McLain – 9th-Inning Walk-Off Caps Special Night in Cincinnati
400 Elly De La Cruz – 1st Career HR Exits at 114.8 MPH, Travels 458 Feet
401 Will Benson – 3rd Player in Reds History with Walk-Off First HR
402 Elly De La Cruz / Will Benson – 1st Reds Teammates to Hit 1st MLB HRs in Same Game Since 1907

422 Andrew Abbott – Scoreless Start to Reds Career Is 1st Since 1893
430 Elly De La Cruz – Elite Speed Brings In Go-Ahead Run, Reds Win, 4-3
435 Ricky Karcher – Clutch Performance in MLB Relieving Debut
438 Brandon Williamson – Rookie Records His 1st Career MLB Win
452 Andrew Abbott – 1st Since 1893 to Start with Three Scoreless Starts of 5-Plus IP
465 Joey Votto – Reds Legend Has Big Day in 2023 Season Debut
474 Cincinnati Reds – Eleven Victories Is the Longest Reds Winning Streak Since 1957
485 Elly De La Cruz – Youngest Player to Hit for Cycle in 51 Seasons
513 Matt McLain / Spencer Steer – 1st Time Ever Where Rookies Hit Game-Tying & Walk-Off HRs in Extras
520 Andrew Abbott – Tosses a Career-High 12 Strikeouts in Victory
523 Elly De La Cruz – 1st Since 2001 with 2 Four-Hit Games in 25 Contests
541 Elly De La Cruz – 2nd Player Since 1961 to Steal Three Bases in a Plate Appearance
575 Elly De La Cruz – Phenom Has Fastest Infield Assist in Statcast Era
583 Christian Encarnacion-Strand – Prospect’s 1st MLB Hit Is Massive 426-Foot Homer
584 Joey Votto – Reds Legend Connects for 350th Career Home Run

593 Andrew Abbott – One Hit Allowed in Career-High Eight Shutout Innings
598 Matt McLain – Hits Fastest Pitch for Grand Slam Since 2008
651 Elly De La Cruz – Mashes One to Left for 1st Career Right-Handed HR
699 Elly De La Cruz / Matt McLain / Spencer Steer – 3 1st-Year Players w/10+ HRs for 1st Time in Reds History
700 Elly De La Cruz – 2nd Fastest Since 1900 to 10 HRs & 15 SBs After Debut
721 Christian Encarnacion-Strand – 1st Walk-Off HR of Career Is 411-Ft. Blast
730 Elly De La Cruz – 3rd Fastest Inside-the-Park Homer This Year
735 Noelvi Marte – 16th Ranked MLB Prospect Collects Steal in Debut
737 Noelvi Marte – 16th Ranked MLB Prospect Records 1st Career Hit
746 Elly De La Cruz – Fastest Player to Reach 10+ HRs & 20+ SBs Since 1900
749 Elly De La Cruz – Sets New Career-High with 6 RBI Day
750 Shohei Ohtani / Elly De La Cruz – Superstars Clash in Interleague Matchup
751 Noelvi Marte – Knocks in First Career MLB RBI
795 Noelvi Marte – Prospect’s 1st Career Walk Off Defeats Cubs, 3-2
816 Noelvi Marte – Smashes 1st Career Home Run

823 Cristian Encarnacion-Strand / Elly De La Cruz – Youngsters Speed and Base-Hit Combo Completes 9th-Inning Walk-Off
870 Spencer Steer – 3rd Most HRs Hit by a Reds Rookie in a Season
895 Hunter Greene – 1st Reds Pitcher Since 2000 w/ 14+ Ks in a Game
912 Joey Votto – Reds Legend Applauded in Final Home Game of 2023
921 Elly De La Cruz – Smacks Hardest-Hit Ball in Reds History in 1st Multi-HR Game

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2023 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Cleveland Guardians

17 Steven Kwan – Ties Larry Doby with 5-RBI Performance vs. Seattle
81 Will Brennan – Makes Team History with Two Late Game-Tying Hits
82 Josh Bell – 12th-Inning RBI Single Wraps Up Wild, Walk-Off Afternoon
193 Tanner Bibee – Team History with Five Straight Strikeouts in MLB Debut
288 Josh Naylor – Slugger’s Latest Go-Ahead HR Makes MLB History
305 Brayan Rocchio – Switch-Hitting Prospect Gets 1st Career MLB Hit
352 José Ramirez – Two-Run Double Walks Off Cardinals in Matinee
369 Josh Naylor – Posts a Career-High 4 Hits and 6 RBI in Win
408 Jose Ramirez – Reaches 200-HR Milestone in Three-Homer Night
415 Will Brennan – 1st Career Walk-Off Hit Ends 14-Inning Marathon
416 Cleveland Guardians – 1st Team in Modern Era with 5 Comebacks After 7th Inning
477 Gavin Williams – Guardians #1 Prospect Posts Solid Start in Debut
507 Bo Naylor – Big Night at the Plate Includes 1st Big-League HR
509 José Ramirez – Steals Home in Extra Innings for 1st Time Since at Least 1974
539 Gavin Williams – Whiffs Seven While Notching 1st MLB Victory

567 Bo Naylor / Josh Naylor – 1st Time in Team History for Brothers to Homer in Same Inning
582 Josh Naylor – Extends Streak with Big 2-HR, 6-RBI Night at Plate
622 Gabriel Arias – Coming Through! Slides Through Catcher’s Legs to Score
637 Jose Ramirez – Records 4th-Most Multi-HR Games in Team History
670 Gavin Williams – 1st First-Year Hurler in Team History w/12 Ks & No More Than 1 Hit
675 Tanner Bibee / Gavin Williams – 1st Guardians First-Year Players w/Back-to-Back Shutout Games Since 1993
688 José Tena – Records 1st MLB Hit and RBI in Win
782 Bo Naylor – Youngest in Club History w/ HRs in 3 Straight Games Since 1995
887 José Ramírez – 4th Active Player w/ 200 HRs and 200 SBs
928 Terry Francona – Receives Standing Ovation in Last Home Game

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2023 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Colorado Rockies

9 C.J. Cron – Hits 2 HRs and Ties Team Opening Day RBI Mark
185 Brenton Doyle – Tallies 1st Hit, SB and RBI in 3-Hit, 2-SB Game
214 Charlie Blackmon / Larry Walker – Scores 893rd Run, Passes Hall-of-Famer in Franchise History
247 Brenton Doyle – Rookie’s 1st Career HR Comes in Big Offensive Day
345 Ezequiel Tovar – 1st Career Walk-Off Hit Ends Battle with Miami
427 Coco Montes – Collects 1st Hit and Homer in Win vs. San Diego
428 Nolan Jones – 472-Foot Moonshot Is Longest Walk-Off Since 2015
564 Elias Díaz – 1st MLB All-Star Game At-Bat Is Go-Ahead HR
578 Nolan Jones / Alan Trejo – Extra Innings Heroes Hit Game-Tying and Walk-Off HRs
847 Hunter Goodman – 2nd in Club History w/ 3 Triples in His 1st 12 Games

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2023 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Detroit Tigers

25 Miguel Cabrera / Ichiro – Miggy Passes Legend with 3,090th Career MLB Hit
59 Miguel Cabrera – Gets Texas-Sized Sendoff Before Series Finale
61 Miguel Cabrera – Retiring Legend Still Swinging in Final Home Opener
118 Nick Maton – 11th-Inning Walk-Off Blast Completes Comeback
127 Miguel Cabrera – Records 1st Pinch-Hit Walk-Off of 21-Year Career
141 Kerry Carpenter – Later Homer Leads Tigers to Third Straight Walk-Off
226 Eric Haase – 1st HR of 2023 & 5 RBI Propel Tigers Past Mets
235 Eduardo Rodriguez – 1,000th Career Strikeout Comes in Scoreless Outing
242 Riley Greene – Makes Leaping Catch at the Center-Field Wall
353 Riley Greene – Rookie Robs HR to Set Up an Extra-Innings Win
363 Miguel Cabrera – Passes Griffey Jr. for 15th Place in Career Total Bases
378 Reese Olson – 1st Tigers Debutante with 5+ No-Hit IP Since 1972
421 Miguel Cabrera – Veteran Ties Legend Ty Cobb with 1,138 Career XBHs
432 Spencer Torkelson – 1st Career Walk-Off Comes at the Perfect Time
475 Javier Baez – Tigers Veteran Shortstop Joins 1,000 Hit Club

538 Detroit Tigers – Motown Tri Records 1st Combined No-Hitter in Club History
630 Miguel Cabrera – Connects for 2 Hits in Miami on Miguel Cabrera Day
679 Miguel Cabrera / Robin Yount – Passes Gwynn at 20th, Ties Yount for 19th on MLB All-Time Hit List w/3,142
684 Miguel Cabrera – Overtakes Robin Yount as 19th on All-Time Hits List
712 Miguel Cabrera – 509th HR Ties Sheffield for 26th on All-Time List
744 Parker Meadows – Collects 1st Career Hit in MLB Debut
761 Parker Meadows – 1st HR of MLB Career Is Dramatic Walk-Off Blast
770 Miguel Cabrera – 510th Career MLB HR; 26th Most in MLB History
802 Miguel Cabrera – Passes George Brett for 17th on All-Time Hit List
818 Miguel Cabrera – Gets Standing Ovation in Final Series at Yankee Stadium
880 Miguel Cabrera – Legend Delivers Extra-Innings Go-Ahead RBI
893 Miguel Cabrera – Passes Beltré for 16th on All-Time MLB Hit List
929 Miguel Cabrera – Blasts 511th HR, Tying Him for 25th All-Time
937 Miguel Cabrera – Passes Aaron for 13th Most 2Bs in MLB History
942 Miguel Cabrera – Special Farewell Ceremony with Family & Teammates
952 Miguel Cabrera – Tigers Say, “Gracias, Miggy!” to Retiring Legend

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2023 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Houston Astros

14 Corey Julks – University of Houston Product Hits in MLB Debut
43 Yordan Alvarez – Sets Astros Record for Quickest to 100 Career HRs
83 José Abreu – 10-Game Hit Streak Upon Astros Debut Sets Record
84 Hunter Brown – Allows 2 Hits Over 7 IP to Earn 1st Win of 2023
107 Corey Julks – First HR of Big-League Career Highlights 7-0 Win
191 Mauricio Dubón – 20-Game Hit Streak Is Houston’s Longest Since 2011
240 Yordan Alvarez – Slugger Sets New Astros On-Base Record in Win
244 J.P. France – Fires Off Five Scoreless Innings in MLB Debut
279 José Abreu – Given Standing Ovation in Return to Chicago
291 Yainer Diaz – 1st Career MLB HR Proves to Be Game-Winner
328 Framber Valdez – Twirls Terrific Complete-Game Shutout vs. Oakland
431 Grae Kessinger – Prospect’s Baseball Resume Adds 1st MLB Hit
599 Kyle Tucker – Trio of Blasts Propels Houston to 6-4 Victory
614 Chas McCormick – Career-High 6 RBI and Game-Tying HR in Win
639 Justin Verlander – Guess Who’s Back? Right-Hander Returns to Astros

641 Framber Valdez – Tosses No-Hitter with Fewest Pitches Since 1999
658 Jose Altuve – 5th Astros Player to Hit 200 HRs with the Club
680 Kyle Tucker – 1st Player This Season to Erase 3-Run Deficit with 9th-Inning Grand Slam
692 Jon Singleton – He’s Back! Pair of HRs Includes 1st Since 2015
732 Jose Altuve – Astros Star Smacks 2,000th Career Hit
772 Justin Verlander – Earns 100th Win at Comerica Park
774 Jose Altuve – 1st Career Cycle; 1st Astros Player Since 2013
821 Jose Altuve – 4th Player to Hit 3 HRs in the 1st 3 Innings of a Game
829 José Abreu – 7-RBI Game Fuels Team to Texas-Sized Win
917 Yordan Alvarez – 2nd Astros Player w/ 30+ HRs in 3-Straight Seasons
948 Houston Astros – Club Returns to the Postseason for 7th Straight Season
972 Jose Altuve – Ignites Team’s Offense with HR on 1st Pitch Seen
973 Yordan Alvarez – Multi-HR Game Leads ALDS Game 1 Win
979 Carlos Correa – Tied for 3rd Most Postseason RBI in MLB History
986 Cristian Javier – 3rd Consecutive 5+ IP Scoreless Postseason Start

987 José Abreu – 1st to Hit 2 Postseason HRs 440+ Feet in a Game
988 Yordan Alvarez – Tied for Most Bases (20) in 1st 3 Postseason Games
994 Houston Astros – Astros Advance to ALCS for 7th Straight Season
1011 Yordan Alvarez – Becomes the All-Time Cuban-Born Postseason HR King
1014 Jose Altuve – 25th Postseason HR Fuels ALCS Game 3 Win
1015 Cristian Javier – Lowest BA (0.71) Ever Through 4 Postseason Starts
1021 José Abreu – Three-Run Blast Breaks Open Game 4, Ties Series 2-2
1022 Alex Bregman – Solo Blast Gets Astros Going Early in Game 5
1024 Jose Altuve – Postseason Magic Made with 9th-Inning Go-Ahead HR
1045 Dusty Baker – World Series Winning Manager Calls It a Career

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2023 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Kansas City Royals

113 Bobby Witt Jr. – 3 SBs, 3 Hits by 22-Year-Old Make Royals History
232 Zack Greinke – 1st Starter to Throw Under 45 Pitches and Get Win Since Maddux
270 Freddy Fermin – Rookie Drops 1st Royals Bunt Walk-Off Since 1982
286 Zack Greinke – Strikes Out 1,000th Different Batter of Big-League Career
348 Bobby Witt Jr. – Big Night Puts Young Star in Rare Royals Company
354 Michael Massey – 1st Career Walk-Off Caps Off Comeback Win
357 Bobby Witt Jr. – Makes MLB History with Early Season Speed/Power
456 Samad Taylor – 2nd Royals Player with Walk-Off Hit in MLB Debut
480 Austin Cox – 0-for-39 Start Is Most for Any Pitcher Since 1900
510 Freddy Fermin – 2nd Career Walk-Off Downs Guardians in 10th, 4-3
628 Bobby Witt Jr. – Royal Flush! Hits 1st Career Walk-Off Grand Slam
645 Bobby Witt Jr. – 2nd Since 1986-87 w/15+ HRs & 30+ SBs in 1st Two Years
652 Bobby Witt Jr. – MLB 1st! 20+ HR, 30+ SB in Each of 1st Two Seasons
708 Bobby Witt Jr. – 4th-Fastest Inside-the-Park Homer in Statcast Era
711 Maikel Garcia – Sets Royals Rookie Record for Longest Hit Streak

720 Bobby Witt Jr. / Julio Rodriguez – Only Players with 20+ HRs & 20+ SBs in 1st 2 MLB Seasons
722 Cole Ragans – 36 Ks Through 1st 5 Starts in Royals Uniform Is Most in Club History
743 Bobby Witt Jr. – 5th SS in MLB History with 25+ HRs and 35+ SBs
797 Nick Loftin – Club’s Fifth Overall Prospect Shines in MLB Debut
878 Logan Porter – Storybook Rise to Big-Leagues Continues with 1st HR
896 Zack Greinke – Moves Into 4th on Royals All-Time Ks List
939 Bobby Witt Jr. – 1st Royals Player to Reach 30 HRs & 40 SBs
957 Zack Greinke – Earns 225th Career Win in Season Finale

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2023 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Los Angeles Angels

11 Shohei Ohtani – 4th Pitcher in Team History w/ 10-Plus Ks in Opener
23 Los Angeles Angels – Drop 11-Run Inning Onto Oakland in Lopsided Victory
35 Logan O’Hoppe – Rookie’s 1st MLB Homer Is a Three-Run Blast
36 Mike Trout / Shohei Ohtani – Duo Hammers 1st HRs of 2023 Season on Back-to-Back Pitches
45 Shohei Ohtani / Ichiro – Japanese Baseball Legends Meet-Up Before Game
93 Mike Trout – Scores Record-Breaking 523rd Run at Angel Stadium
106 Shohei Ohtani – Sets Angels Record for Runs Allowed Streak
131 Mike Trout – 300th Career Double Puts Superstar in Rare Company
140 Masataka Yoshida / Shohei Ohtani – Team Japan Teammates Square Off for First Time in MLB
143 Shohei Ohtani / Babe Ruth – Legends Homer at Yankee Stadium 100 Years Apart to the Day
161 Shohei Ohtani – Masterful on the Mound w/Seven Scoreless IP & 11 Ks
175 Los Angeles Angels – Ward, Trout and Ohtani Hit Back-to-Back-to-Back Homers in Win
194 Shohei Ohtani – Star Comes Within Feet of One-of-a-Kind Performance
209 Mike Trout – Another Career-First Achieved for Angels Superstar
233 Shohei Ohtani / Babe Ruth – Joins Legend as Only Other Player with 500-K/100-HR in History

262 Shohei Ohtani – Passes Babe Ruth for Most Career Strikeouts by Two-Way Player
294 Shohei Ohtani – Superstar Does It All in Historic Four-Hit Game
314 Mike Trout – Moves to 3rd All-Time on Angels Career Hit List
405 Mike Trout – Hits a HR, Steals One Away from Cubs in 6-2 Win
419 Shohei Ohtani – 4th Three-Hit Game While Pitching, Most Since 1958
433 Shohei Ohtani – Two Homer Nights Saves the Angels in Extras
441 Shohei Ohtani – Hardest Oppo. HR in Statcast History – 116.1 MPH
445 Shohei Ohtani – First Since 1900 to Lead MLB in HRs and BAA Simultaneously
455 Shohei Ohtani – Overtakes MLB Homer Lead with 150th Career Blast
492 Angels – Set Franchise Records for Runs (25) and Hits (28) in Single Game
499 Mike Trout – Scores Game-Winning Run with Wild Headfirst Slide
505 Shohei Ohtani – 6th Ever in Modern Era with 10 Ks, 2 HRs in Single Game
511 Shohei Ohtani – 14th HR in June Breaks Single-Month Angels Record
517 Shohei Ohtani – League-Leading 30th HR Is Longest of MLB Career – 493 Ft.
542 Shohei Ohtani – Joins Ruth & Mays with Historic 1st Half Numbers

561 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. / Vladimir Guerrero Sr. – 1st Father/Son Duo to Both with MLB Home Run Derby
572 Trey Cabbage – 1st MLB Run Scored Caps Wild Walk-Off Victory
579 Shohei Ohtani – 35th HR Passes 2022 Total and Ties Game with One Flip of the Bat
580 Michael Stefanic – Rookie Connects for Pinch-Hit Walk-Off in Extras
625 Shohei Ohtani – MLB Doubleheader First: 1st SHO of Career in Game 1, 2 HR Encore in Game 2
647 Shohei Ohtani – 1st MLB Player This Season to Reach 40 HRs
662 Bryce Miller / Chase Silseth – Combine for 22 Ks, 2nd Time Two Rookies Had 10+ in a Game
672 Shohei Ohtani – Fastest to Reach 40 HRs & 15 SBs in a Season
683 Shohei Ohtani – 1st Player in MLB History with 40 HRs and 10 Wins
725 Nolan Schanuel – 11th-Overall Pick of 2023 MLB Draft Hits in Debut
726 Los Angeles Angels – 6-4-3-2 Triple Play Is 1st in MLB Since 1971
727 Shohei Ohtani – League-Lead-Tying 43rd HR of ’23 Is Grand Slam
734 Jordyn Adams – Former 1st-Rounder Collects 1st MLB Hit
750 Shohei Ohtani / Elly De La Cruz – Superstars Clash in Interleague Matchup
752 Nolan Schanuel – Call-Up Reaches Base 8 Times in Doubleheader

767 Shohei Ohtani – 1st Angels Player w/ Multiple XBH & SBs Since 1914
806 Kyren Paris – Tallies 1st Hit and Steal of His MLB Career
811 Shohei Ohtani – 8th MLB Player Ever w/ 2+ 40 HRs & 20 SBs Seasons
831 Nolan Schanuel – Sets Angels Record by Reaching Base in 1st 16 Games
879 Nolan Schanuel – 2023 1st Round Pick Connects for 1st MLB Homer
918 Nolan Schanuel – 4th-Longest On-Base Streak to Start Career

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2023 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Los Angeles Dodgers

10 Will Smith – Sets Dodgers Catcher Record for RBI on Opening Day
27 Trayce Thompson – Veteran Has Day to Remember with 3 Homers and 8 RBI
94 Max Muncy – Goes Off for 2 HRs and 7 RBI in 9-1 Victory
133 David Peralta – Two-Run Walk-Off Single Is Perfect Ending at Dodger Stadium
146 Clayton Kershaw – Ace Wins 200th Career Game in Spectacular Fashion
155 Mookie Betts – Turns Slick Double-Play in MLB Shortstop Debut
156 James Outman – 9th-Inning Grand Slam Caps 2-HR, 5-RBI Performance
167 James Outman – Sets Dodgers Rookie HR Mark for March/April
186 Michael Busch – Hits, Runs and Score in MLB Debut in Pittsburgh
198 Mookie Betts / Ichiro – Hits 38th Career Lead-Off HR, Passing Legend for 10th All-Time
229 Max Muncy – Nails Dodgers 1st Walk-Off Grand Slam Since 2010
253 Mookie Betts – Game-Tying Solo HR in 9th Inning Rallies Win
265 Clayton Kershaw – Passes Hall-of-Famer Bunning in Career Strikeouts
306 James Outman – 2nd Grand Slam of 2023 Spurs 7-3 Win Over Twins
316 Freddie Freeman – 300th Career MLB HR Delivered in Grand Style

338 Bobby Miller – Dodgers Top Pitching Prospect Wins MLB Debut
362 Freddie Freeman – Sets Dodgers May Doubles Record with 17
366 Freddie Freeman – Sets Dodgers Monthly Record for Extra-Base Hits
371 Freddie Freeman – Extends Hitting Streak to 20 Games
377 Mookie Betts – 2nd Straight 2-HR Game Fuels 8-4 Win vs. Yankees
423 Bobby Miller – Rookie’s Impressive Start Makes AL/NL History
446 Chris Taylor – 1st Player with 1st and 100th HRs as Grand Slams
447 Freddie Freeman – Ends Extra-Innings Contest with Walk-Off RBI Single
454 Emmet Sheehan – Makes History with No-Hit Outing in MLB Debut
469 Clayton Kershaw – Tops Dodgers Record Books for Scoreless Starts
486 Emmet Sheehan – 1st MLB Win Comes with Historic Accomplishment
498 Freddie Freeman – Reaches 2,000th Hit of MLB Career
504 JD Martinez – Slugger Joins 300-HR Club on Multi-Homer Game
512 Freddie Freeman – 100 Hits, 10 SBs & 50 RBI Pre July Make Club 1st
543 Mookie Betts – Sets Club Single-Season Record with 10th Leadoff HR

553 Mookie Betts – 2023 T-Mobile Home Run Derby Participant
601 Freddie Freeman – 1st in Club Lore with 20 HRs and 35 2Bs Before August
617 James Outman – Walk-Off Double in 10th Caps Dramatic Comeback Win
663 Freddie Freeman / Mookie Betts – 1st Pair of Teammates Since 1929 to Have 60 Extra-Base Hits Through 110 Games
668 Mookie Betts – Ties MLB Record for Most Grand Slams from Leadoff
736 LeBron James / Mookie Betts – Salute to Greatness: LA Legends Salute After Power Display in Dodger Stadium
758 Michael Busch – Former 1st-Rounder Goes Yard for 1st Time in Career
760 Mookie Betts – 1st 5-Hit Game by a Dodgers Player Since 2019
762 Mookie Betts – Receives Standing Ovation in Fenway Park Return
769 Freddie Freeman – Most 2B by Dodgers Player in a Season Since Moving to LA
783 Clayton Kershaw – Earns 209th Career Win, 2nd Most in Dodgers History
784 Mookie Betts – 36th HR of the Season Sets New Career-High
793 Mookie Betts – Smacks 250th Home Run of His Career
833 Freddie Freeman – 53rd 2B of Season Is Club’s New Single-Season High
877 Los Angeles Dodgers – Clinch NL West Division Title for 10th Time in 11 Seasons

886 Freddie Freeman – 1st Dodgers First Baseman w/ 20 HR, 20 SB Season
906 Freddie Freeman – 20 HR, 20 SB and 200 Hits Is Historic for First Baseman
909 Mookie Betts – 105 RBI Breaks Single-Season Record at Leadoff
910 Clayton Kershaw – Takes 2nd on Dodgers All-Time W List with 210th
926 Freddie Freeman / Mookie Betts / Max Muncy – First Dodgers Trio with 100+ RBI Since 1958
940 Freddie Freeman – Sets Single-Season Los Angeles Dodgers Runs Record

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2023 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Miami Marlins

16 Miami Marlins – Throwback Vibes Power 1st Win of 2023 Season
46 Sandy Alcantara – NL Cy Young Award Winner Tosses 1st SHO of 2023
100 Luis Arraez – Collects 1st Cycle in Marlins History
196 Jean Segura – 9th-Inning RBI Single Caps Off Marlins 1st Walk-Off Win of 2023
263 Jorge Soler – Two Homers Soar a Combined 901 Feet in Big Night
274 Eury Pérez – Marlins Top Prospect Impresses in MLB Debut
299 Jorge Soler – Hammers a 2-Run Walk-Off HR to Complete Comeback
315 Eury Pérez – 1st MLB Victory Comes at Home vs. Washington
382 Luis Arraez – Raises MLB-Leading Average to .390 After 5-for-5 Day
395 Luis Arraez – The Hits Keep Coming – Raises Average to .401
462 Jacob Amaya – Collects 1st Hit, RBI & More in Grand MLB Debut
464 Luis Arraez – 3rd Five-Hit Game of Month – Not Done Since 1984
482 Braxton Garrett – Sets Career-High Mark with 13 Ks. vs. Pirates
497 Eury Pérez – Rookie Extends Scoreless Streak to 21 Innings
526 Dane Myers – MLB Debut Sees First Career Hit and RBI

606 Jesus Luzardo – Strikes Out Career-High 13 Batters in Home Win
607 Luis Arraez – 1st Career Walk-Off RBI Downs Colorado in Extras, 3-2
620 Sandy Alcantara – Tosses a “Maddux”, a First Complete Game in Tampa Bay Since 2018
681 Josh Bell – 1st Marlins Player to Homer from Both Sides of the Plate in a Game
705 Jake Burger – Burger Takes Last Bite in 9th-Inning Rally; Hits Walk-Off
709 Jorge Soler / Luis Arraez / Josh Bell – 2nd Time in Marlins History Going Back-to-Back-to-Back
733 Eury Pérez – Youngest to Fan Double-Digit Batters Since 2005
873 Jazz Chisholm Jr. – 2nd in Live Ball Era with Grand Slam and 3 SBs
882 Jazz Chisholm Jr. – 1st in Team History with Grand Slam in Consecutive Games
888 Luis Arraez – 6th Marlins Player to Have 200 Hit Season
947 Miami Marlins – Go Fish! Miami Clinches 1st Postseason Berth Since 2020
954 Luis Arraez – 2nd Player to Win Both AL & NL Batting Titles

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2023 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Milwaukee Brewers

18 Joey Wiemer – Cracks Double on First Pitch of MLB Career
34 Brice Turang – Drives in 1st Career Run in 9-5 Win vs. Cubs
37 Brice Turang – 1st Career MLB Homer Comes in Grand Fashion
55 Joey Wiemer – 1st MLB Homer Comes in Exciting Matinee vs. Mets
56 Garrett Mitchell – Hammers 1st Career Walk-Off Home Run in 7-6 Win
250 Willy Adames – Shortstop’s 100th Career HR Comes on 4-RBI Day
368 Andrew Monasterio – Picks Up First 2 Career Knocks Versus Toronto
379 Blake Perkins – 1st Career MLB Homer Comes in Grand Style
384 Andrew Monasterio – 1st Big-League HR Sets Tone in 5-1 Win vs. Reds
394 Joey Wiemer – Rookie Comes in Clutch with 10th-Inning Walk-Off RBI
406 Joey Wiemer – 1st Multi-HR Game in a 4-for-4, 5 RBI Masterpiece
570 Milwaukee Brewers – Make MLB History W/3rd Consecutive Shutout with at Least 12 Ks
602 Sal Frelick – Steals the Show in MLB Debut – 3 Hits & 2 RBI
612 Sal Frelick – 1st Career Homer Comes in Historic Start to Career
621 Freddy Peralta – Ties Career-High Ks Mark During Shutout Win

648 Milwaukee Brewers – Ties Brewers Record for Most Hits & RBI by Rookies
661 Sal Frelick / Blake Perkins – Young Stars Save the Day with a Pair of Clutch Hits
671 Freddy Peralta – Breaks Club Record for Most Whiffs in Pitch Tracking Era
679 Miguel Cabrera / Robin Yount – Passes Gwynn at 20th, Ties Yount for 19th on MLB All-Time Hit List w/ 3,142
753 Brice Turang – 5th Walk-Off Hit by a Brewers Rookie This Season
853 Brandon Woodruff – 1st Brewers Player to Throw a CG SHO Since 2021
902 Milwaukee Brewers – Clinch Postseason Spot for Fifth Time in Last Six Seasons
907 Carlos Santana – 10th Switch Hitter w/ 300 HRs in AL/NL History

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2023 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Minnesota Twins

26 Minnesota Twins – Open Season with Consecutive Shutouts – First Time in Team History
67 Sonny Gray – New Career High of 13Ks in Home Opener Victory
68 Jose Miranda / Kyle Farmer – 10th-Inning RBI Singles Lead to Walk-Off Win in Opener
104 Byron Buxton – 100th Career HR Part of Walk-Off Win Evening
117 Edouard Julien – Two-for-One – 1st MLB Hit and Homer Come in Same Inning
154 Brent Headrick – Records Three-Inning Save in MLB Debt
268 Alex Kirilloff – Hits 1st Career Walk-Off in Extra Inning Thriller
341 Johan Durán – Career-High 104.6 MPH Fastball Is MLB Season-High
359 Royce Lewis – 3-Run Blast Highlights Electric First Game Back
437 Carlos Correa – Shortstop Hammers 1st Regular Season Walk-Off HR
461 Jordan Balazovic – FIres 3.2 IP of Scoreless Relief in MLB Debut
478 Joe Ryan – Twirls Twins First CG SHO Since the 2018 Season
479 Byron Buxton – Sets Statcast Record with Two HRs at Least 465 Ft.
524 Carlos Correa – Star Shortstop Earns His 1,000th Career Hit
530 Pablo López – Complete Game Shutout and 12 Ks in Career Night

609 Ryan Jeffers – Sweeps White Sox with 1st Career Walk-Off Hit
660 Joe Mauer – Honored as 38th Member of Twins Hall of Fame
664 Matt Wallner – Rookie Cracks 1st Career Walk-Off Homer
775 Royce Lewis – 1st Player w/ Grand Slams in Consecutive Games
814 Royce Lewis – 2nd Player w/ 4 Grand Slams in His 1st 13 MLB HRs
845 Pablo López – Records Twins History w/ Scoreless 14 K, 0 BB Game
871 Royce Lewis – Breaks Twins Record for Most Grand Slams in a Season
905 Minnesota Twins – Lock Up AL Central Title with Home Victory vs. Angels
959 Royce Lewis – Joins Twins History in Multi-HR Postseason Game
960 Minnesota Twins – Twin Cities Celebrate First Postseason Since 2004
966 Minnesota Twins – 1st Postseason Series Win Since 2002
980 Pablo López – Tosses Historic 7 Scoreless Postseason Frames
995 Royce Lewis – Matched Twins Single Postseason HR Record

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2023 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – New York Mets

32 Kodai Senga – “Ghost Forkball” Haunts Hitters in MLB Debut
65 Pete Alonso – 2nd Fastest to 150 Career Homers in MLB History
122 Francisco Lindor – Ties Career-High of 7 RBI in Blowout 17-6 Win
123 New York Mets – 1st Team in Modern Era with 17+ Runs, 17+ Walks in Road Win
150 Brandon Nimmo – Has Perfect 5-for-5 Day, 2nd Career Five-Hit Game
157 Pete Alonso – Belts MLB-Leading 9th HR, Moves to 5th on Mets All-Time HR List
164 Pete Alonso – 1st in Mets History with 10 Homers Before May
195 Brett Baty – Thre-Hit Day & 1st HR of 2023 Highlight Comeback Win
246 Bartolo Colon – Tosses Out First Pitch on Anniversary of Iconic HR
260 Francisco Alvarez – 5th Youngest Catcher Since 1900 with Multi-HR Game
266 Justin Verlander – 21st Pitcher in History to Defeat All 30 Teams
308 Kodai Senga – 12 Ks Set Mets Record by Japanese-Born Player
309 Matt Vientos – 1st HR of 2023 Sparks Mets Offense
310 Francisco Álvarez – 9th-Inning, 2-Run HR Forces Extra Innings
311 Pete Alonso – Walk-Off, 3-Run HR Ends Epic Battle vs. Rays

327 Max Scherzer / Justin Verlander – Highly-Decorated Duo Start Both Games of Doubleheader Sweep
364 Brandon Nimmo – Early-Game HR Robbery Sets Tone for Shutout Win
365 Kodai Senga – Whiffs 9 in Longest Outing of MLB Career
383 Pete Alonso – Crowned King of Citi Field with 72nd Park HR
440 Brandon Nimmo – Walk-Off Hit Ends Exciting Subway Series Showdown
470 Spencer Strider / Dwight Gooden – Joins “Dr. K” with 300 Ks in 1st 35 MLB Starts
502 Francisco Lindor – 9th Shortstop in MLB History with 200 Homers
533 Francisco Lindor – 5-Hit Night Powers Mets to Fifth Straight Win
554 Pete Alonso – 2023 T-Mobile Home Run Derby Participant
587 Francisco Alvarez – 3rd Multi-HR Game of Season Puts 21-Year-Old in Rare Company
615 Pete Alonso – Top Billing in Subway Series Opener, 2-HR, 5-RBI
627 Pete Alonso – 2nd in Mets History with Four Seasons of 30+ HRs
636 Justin Verlander – 49th Pitcher in MLB History to Reach 250 Wins
669 Pete Alonso – Polar Bear Plunges Into the Record Books
682 Pete Alonso – 1st Mets Player with Four 35+ HR Seasons

702 Kodai Senga – Most Wins by a Mets Rookie Pitcher Since 2016
713 Pete Alonso – Vaults to 10th on Mets All-Time RBI List
796 Ronny Mauricio – 117.3 MPH Is Hardest 1st Career Hit of Statcast Era
801 Jasson Domínguez / Ronny Mauricio / Austin Wells – Debuting Trio Steal Headlines on Historic Night of Baseball
807 Ronny Mauricio – 1st Mets Player w/ 4 Hits in His 1st 5 ABs Since 2014
809 Pete Alonso – 5th in MLB HIstory w/ 40+ HRs in 3 of 1st 5 Seasons
820 Francisco Álvarez – 2nd Catcher w/ 20 HRs & 50 RBI in a Season at Age 21
835 Kodai Senga – Moves to 2nd on Mets Rookie K List with 181st
858 Ronny Mauricio – Cracks 1st Homer of MLB Career
923 Kodai Senga – 2nd Mets Rookie to Record 200 Ks in a Season
924 Francisco Lindor – 4th Player in Mets History w/ 30 HR/30 SB Season

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2023 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – New York Yankees

1 Aaron Judge – Home Run Champ Opens 2023 MLB Season in Style
2 Anthony Volpe – Yankees Top Prospect Makes His Big-League Debut
3 Gerrit Cole – Sets Yankees Opening Day Strikeout Record with 11
22 Anthony Volpe – Collects 1st Hit and Runs Into Yankees Record Book
30 Jhony Brito – Fires Five Shutout Innings to Win in MLB Debut
31 Anthony Volpe – 5th Player Since 1901 to Steal Base in First 3 Games
40 Gleyber Torres – Connects on 100th Career MLB Homer in 8-1 Victory
76 Giancarlo Stanton – 116.3 MPH HR Is Hardest Hit at Oriole Park at Camden Yards
96 Franchy Cordero – 10 RBI in 1st 6 Games w/Yankees Ties Club Record
119 Anthony Volpe – Leads Off and Hits 1st MLB HR in 1st Inning
125 Domingo Germán – Whiffs Career-High 11 Batters in 1st Win of 2023
126 Anthony Volpe – Youngest in Yankees History to Steal Three Bases in One Game
134 Gerrit Cole – Twirls Complete-Game Shutout, Strikes Out 10
143 Shohei Ohtani / Babe Ruth – Legends Homer at Yankee Stadium 100 Years Apart to the Day
149 Aaron Judge – Steals Ohtani’s 1st-Inning HR, Adds HR of His Own

166 DJ LeMahieu – Pinch-Hit RBI Single Walks Off Blue Jays
188 Aaron Judge – Birthday Boy Collects Three Hits, RBI in 12-6 Win
223 Anthony Volpe – 2nd Yankees Player in Last 100 Seasons to Hit Base Theft Milestone
231 Jose Trevino – 10th-Inning RBI Hit Walks Off Cleveland, Win 4-3
233 Shohei Ohtani / Babe Ruth – Joins Legend as Only Other Player with 500-K/100-HR in History
264 Anthony Volpe – Yankees Rookie Blasts 1st Career Grand Slam
269 Charles Leclerc – Throws Ceremonial First Pitch at Yankee Stadium
276 Anthony Rizzo – Slugger Homers Twice on His Bobblehead Night
283 Anthony Volpe – 13/13 Steals to Start Career Bests DiMaggio
284 Aaron Judge – Makes Final Ruling with Multi-HR Performance
295 Aaron Judge – Takes 5th All-Time on Yankees Multi-HR List (30)
304 Aaron Judge – 5th HR in Last 4 Games Is Knock-Out Blow vs. Blue Jays
323 Aaron Judge – 10th-Inning Go-Ahead Knock Caps Four-Hit Afternoon
335 Gerrit Cole – 3rd Fasest to 2,000 Career Ks in MLB History
336 Aaron Judge – Captain Is Clutch with Game-Tying HR in 9th Inning

337 Anthony Volpe – 1st Career Walk-Off RBI Seals Win Over Orioles
360 Aaron Judge – Robs Homers, Hits 2 HRs in 10-4 Win Over Mariners
380 Aaron Judge – Slugger Records Pair of Fence Busters in LA
410 Randy Vásquez – Earns 1st Career MLB Victory in Start vs. Chicago
472 Victor Wembanyama – Basketball Star Throws Out 1st Pitch in the Bronx
476 Anthony Volpe – Third Rookie in Yankees History with 10 HRs & 15 SBs
484 Isiah Kiner-Falefa – 1st Yankees Player to Homer as Pitcher Since 1972
506 Domingo Germán – Dazzles with 24th Perfect Game in MLB History
519 Anthony Volpe – Notches Fifth Consecutive Multi-Hit Outing in Win
527 Sarah Langs – “Baseball Is the Best” at Yankee Stadium
571 Giancarlo Stanton – Becomes 9th Active Player to Reach 1,000-RBI Mark
577 Gerrit Cole – Most Double-Digit K Games in Yankees History
597 Billy McKinney – Highlight Reel Catch Part of Big Night in the Bronx
623 Carlos Rodón – Earns First Victory in Pinstripes vs. Mets
690 Anthony Volpe – 2nd Yankees Rookie Ever with 15+ HR & 20+ SB Season

754 Aaron Judge – 1st Career 3-HR Game; 34th in Yankees History
755 Everson Pereira – Records 1st RBI of MLB Career
756 Everson Pereira – Prospect Collects First Big-League Hit
792 Anthony Volpe – 1st Yankees Rookie w/ 20 HRs & 20 SBs in a Season
798 Jasson Domínguez – “The Martian” Takes Flight with HR in MLB Debut
799 Austin Wells – 2020 1st Rounder Picks Up Hit in MLB Debut
800 Aaron Judge – Fastest to 250 Career Homers in MLB History4
801 Jasson Domínguez / Ronny Mauricio / Austin Wells – Debuting Trio Steal Headlines on Historic Night of Baseball
812 Jasson Dominguez – 4th Yankees Player to Homer in 2 of 1st 3 Games
819 Giancarlo Stanton – 4th-Fastest Player to Reach 400 Career HRs
827 Jasson Domínguez – Joins Rare Company with 1st HR at Yankee Stadium
834 Jasson Dominguez – Youngest Since 1901 to Belt 4 HRs in 1st 7 Games
844 Gerrit Cole – 1st Player w/ 200 Ks in 3 Seasons for the Yankees
849 Kyle Higashioka – Walk-Off Hit Ends 13-Inning Thriller in the Bronx
899 Austin Wells – Launches First MLB Home Run of His Career

901 Stephen A. Smith – ESPN Personality Takes the Mound at Yankee Stadium
904 Aaon Judge – 1st NYY Hitter w/ Multiple 3-HR Games in Season
925 Gerrit Cole – CGSO Backs Up Cy Young Award Bid and Dominant Year
1058 Aaron Judge – All Rise for the 2023 Roberto Clemente Award Winner

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2023 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Oakland Athletics

52 Tony Kemp – 9th-Inning RBI Single Walks Off Cleveland, 4-3
152 Mason Miller – Fires Triple-Digit Fastballs in MLB Debut
165 Jordan Diaz – 1st Career MLB HR Is 9th-Inning, Go-Ahead Blast
180 Brent Rooker/Jesús Aguilar – Make Oakland Athletics HR History – Go Back-to-Back Twice in the Same Game
192 Esteury Ruiz / Rickey Henderson – Rookie Matches Henderson Back in ’83 with Four Steals in Game
211 Esteury Ruiz – 9th-Inning RBI Single Walks Off Reds in Matinee
261 Jordan Diaz – 3rd Rookie in Club History with 3 Homer Game
282 Brent Rooker – 10th-Inning Homer Is 1st Big-League Walk-Off Hit
396 Jace Peterson – Huge Day at the Plate Hasn’t Happened Since 1969
420 Esteury Ruiz – Steals 30th Base in Team’s 65th Contest
453 Esteury Ruiz / Rickey Henderson – Passes Theft King for 2nd Most by SB by Oakland Player in Rookie Season
528 Esteury Ruiz – Breaks Athletics Rookie Record for Most Stolen Bases
568 Zack Gelof – Drives in 1st Career RBI on 1st Career MLB Hit
574 Tyler Soderstrom – 2nd Youngest Catcher to Start in Franchise History
701 Ronald Acuña Jr. / Rickey Henderson – 1st Since HOFer in ’90 to Have 25+ HRs, 55+ SB Season

715 Zack Gelof – 20 XBH, 20 Runs Set Club Record for 1st 28 Games
739 Zack Gelof – 10 Multi-Hit Games in 1st 31, 1st Time Since ’07-08
745 Brent Rooker – Smashes 2nd Athletics Walk-Off Homer of the Season
759 Zack Gelof – Reaches 10 HRs in Fewest Games in Athletics History
950 Esteury Ruiz – Seets AL Record for Most SBs in a Season

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2023 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Philadelphia Phillies

48 Kyle Schwarber – 200th Career MLB HR Sets Tone for Win in the Bronx
74 Bryson Stott – Walk-Off RBI Single Caps Three-Run Comeback in 9th
89 Alec Bohm – Leads Phillies Offense with 6 RBI in 15-3 Drubbing
135 Bryson Stott – 1st Career Leadoff HR Extends Historic Hit Streak
142 Bryson Stott – Sets Phillies Record for Hit Streak to Start Season
280 Bryce Harper – 300th Career Double Is Crucial Go-Ahead Knock
340 Trea Turner / Alec Bohm – Duo Powers 6-Run Comeback with Late-Game HR and Walk-Off Single
346 Craig Kimbrel – Hurler Joins Elite Company in 400-Save Club
350 Zack Wheeler – Strikes Out Season-High 12 Batters in Scoreless Outing
389 Aaron Nola – 29th Double-Digit K Game Ties Phillies Legend
407 Kody Clemens – Walks Off Former Team with 9th-Inning RBI Single
414 Kyle Schwarber – 4th Career Walk-Off Triumphs Over Dodgers, 5-4
434 J.T. Realmuto – 1st Phillies Player in 19 Years to Hit for Cycle
518 Alec Bohm – Explodes for 2-HR, 6-RBI Day in Massive 19-4 Win
535 Cristian Pache – Dramatic Pinch-Hit, Go-Ahead HR in 9th Keeps Road Streak Alive

573 Johan Rojas – Dazzles with Bat and Glove in MLB Debut Day
685 Michael Lorenzen – Tosses No-Hitter in 1st Home Game with the Phillies
686 Wes Wilson – Crushes Home Run in 1st At-Bat of MLB Career
691 Johan Rojas – Connects on 1st Career MLB Blast in 13-2 Rout
729 Trea Turner – 1st to Hit Two Homers in Same Inning Since 2008
740 Bryson Stott / Joey Meneses – Celebrates Little League World Series w/ Colorful Bats
742 Bryce Harper – 3rd Phillies Player with Multiple ITP Homers
747 Trea Turner – Smacks His 1st Walk-Off Hit Since 2019
786 Bryce Harper – Blasts 300th Home Run of His Career
794 Philadelphia Phillies – August Closes with Historic Franchise Homer Total
805 Trea Turner – 5-Game HR Streak Ties Longest by a SS in History
825 Kyle Schwarber – Passes Rollins for Most Phillies Leadoff HRs in a Season
838 Trea Turner – 10-Game RBI Streak Ties All-Time Club Record
850 Trea Turner – 6th 25 HR / 25 SB Season by a Phillies Player
860 Bryce Harper – 6th Active Player w/ 1,500 Hs & 300 HRs in 1st 12 Seasons

915 Orion Kerkering – Club’s 7th Overall Prospect Fires Perfect Debut Inning
919 Philadelphia Phillies – Clinches Postseason Berth in Walk-Off Win
931 Danielle Fishel – TV Icon Tosses Out 1st Pitch in Phillies Game
962 Rhys Hoskins – Phillies Fan-Favorite Throws Out First Pitch
963 Bryce Harper – Harper’s Late-Game Hustle Seals Phillies Win
968 Bryson Stott – 2nd Player in Club History w/ Postseason Grand Slam
969 Philadelphia Phillies – Phillies Advance to the ALDS
974 Bryce Harper – Moves to 4th in All-Time Phillies Postseason HRs
982 J.T. Realmuto – Most Postseason HRs by a Phillies Catcher
992 Bryce Harper – Stares Down Phillies History in 2 Homer Game
993 Nick Castellanos – Crushes 2 HRs to Help Phillies Take NLDS Lead
999 Nick Castellanos – 1st w/ Back-to-Back Multi-HR Postseason Games
1000 Trea Turner – Records Phillies 1st Four-Hit Postseason Game
1001 Matt Strahm – Slams Door as Phillies Punch Ticket to the NLCS
1002 Philadelphia Phillies – Club Advances to NLCS for Second Consecutive Season

1007 Kyle Schwarber – Passes Legend for Most Leadoff Postseason HRs
1008 Bryce Harper – Blows Out Diamondbacks with a Birthday Homer
1009 Nick Castellanos – 2nd Player w/ 5 HRs in a 3-Game Postseason Span
1010 Zack Wheeler – Dominant Start Leads to MLB History and a Win
1012 Kyle Schwarber – 2-HR Game Powers Team to NLCS Game 2 Win & Makes MLB History
1013 Philadelphia Phillies – Phillies Set Record for Most Postseason HRs (15) Over 4-Game Span
1025 Kyle Schwarber – New Postseason Leader for Homers by LH-Hitter
1028 Zack Wheeler – Ups ’23 Postseason Record to 3-0 w/ 8-K Start
1029 Kyle Schwarber – Stays Red-Hot with 461-Ft. Solo Blast in Game 5
1030 Kyle Schwarber / Bryce Harper – Pair’s 11th Blasts for Phillies in Postseason Tie Both for Most in Club History
1031 Bryce Harper – Becomes 1st Player in Phillies Postseason History to Steal Home Plate

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2023 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Pittsburgh Pirates

49 Ji-Hwan Bae – 1st HR Clears Green Monster Wall, Scaled to Rob Hit
50 Rowdy Tellez / Brian Anderson / Garrett Mitchell – Trio Sets Off Fireworks with 5 Homers Combined
69 Andrew McCutchen – Fan-Favorite Embraced by PNC Park Crowd in Return
70 Bryan Reynolds – Incredible 6 RBI Showing Paces Club in 13-9 Win
98 Ji Hwan Bae – Blasts 1st Career MLB Walk-Off Homer vs. Astros
99 Ji Man Choi / Ji Hwan Bae – 1st South Korean-Born Teammates to Homer in Same Game
129 Andrew McCutchen – Plays Hero with 10th-Inning, Two-Run, Go-Ahead HR
190 Drew Maggi – Makes MLB Debut After 13 Minor League Seasons
201 Drew Maggi – 33-Year-Old Collects First Big-League Hit in Win
202 Jack Suwinski – Helps Complete Doubleheader Sweep with 5 RBI Night
254 Mitch Keller – Fires 1st CareerComplete-Game Shutout
289 Mitch Keller – Silences Baltimore’s Bats with Career-High 13 Ks
331 Andrew McCutchen – 1st Since Stargell in ’74 to Reach 1,500-Hit Mark
413 Ke’Bryan Hayes – Goes Perfect 5-for-5 with 4 RBI in 14-7 Victory
426 Andrew McCutchen – 2,000 Reasons to Cheer for Pirates Legend

468 Henry Davis – 2021 1st Overall Pick Doubles in First MLB At-Bat
481 Henry Davis – Pirates Prospect Goes Deep for 1st Time in Miami
491 Andrew McCutchen – Barrels Up 400th Career Double, Makes Club History
501 Nick Gonzales – Belts First Big-League Homer in Home Victory
508 Jared Triolo – Prospect Chips in with Hit, Run in MLB Debut
514 Carlos Santana – Walk-Off HR Cues Dance Party in Pittsburgh
590 Endy Rodríguez – Club’s 3rd-Ranked Prospect Gets 1st MLB Hit
600 Henry Davis – 1st Ever to Tee Off on Ohtani Twice in a Game
603 Endy Rodríguez – Hits 1st Career MLB Homer & Catches Shutout Win
613 Quinn Priester – Pirates Top Pitching Prospect Earns 1st MLB Win
631 Alika Williams – 1st MLB Hit Plates Game-Winning Run vs. Phillies
635 Josh Palacios – Birthday Boy Celebrates with Walk-Off HR in 10th
776 Johan Oviedo – Tosses 1st Career Complete Game Shutout
908 Pittsburgh Pirates – Club’s 13-12 Win Boasts 9-Run Comeback, Greatest in Franchise History

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2023 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – San Diego Padres

44 David Dahl / Ha-Seong Kim – Back-to-Back Homers Send Padres Fans Home Happy
86 Nelson Cruz – Ageless Wonder Drives in Six in 10-2 Victory
130 Jake Cronenworth – Logs 1st Multi-HR Day While Plating Career-High Six RBI
171 Fernando Tatis Jr. – Connects on 1st HR Since September 30, 2021
176 Matt Carpenter – 5-RBI Night Helps Power Padres Past Diamondbacks, 7-5
207 Manny Machado – Two-Homer Night Plays Crucial Part in Mexico City Win
215 San Diego Padres – Complete Two-Game Sweep of Giants Down in Mexico City
221 Xander Bogaerts – 30-Game On-Base Streak Sets Padres Record
228 Brett Sullivan – 1st Career HR & First Four RBI Come in Same Game
239 Fernando Tatis Jr. – Touches Kershaw for Two HRs Again in Victory
399 Tom Cosgrove – Sets Team Mark for Scoreless Games to Start Career
403 Juan Soto – 1st Career 5-Hit Day Pulls Star Even with Mantle
418 Yu Darvish – Collects 100th Win of MLB Career
442 Fernando Tatis Jr. – Sets Padres Record for Lead-Off Homers (11)
531 Manny Machado – Becomes All-Time HR Leader at Petco Park

569 Manny Machado – Superstar Belts 300th Home Run of MLB Career
595 Xander Bogaerts – 1,500th MLB Knock Comes During Three-Hit Afternoon
644 Fernando Tatis Jr. – 4th-Fastest in MLB History to Hit 100 Career HRs
693 Ha-Seong Kim – Ties for Longest Hit Streak by Korean-Born Player
710 Yu Darvish – 1,919th K Sets MLB Record by Japanese-Born Pitcher
718 Fernando Tatis Jr. – Steals Home for the 1st Time in Career
803 Blake Snell – Throws 201st K of Season, Most by a Lefty in Padres History
865 Juan Soto – 6th in MLB w/ 2+ 30 HR, 100 BB Seasons Before Age 25
872 Matt Waldron – 1st Career W Is First by Knuckleballer Since ’18
883 Juan Soto – 1st Career Grand Slam Comes in Big 2-HR Day
891 Xander Bogaerts – Cracks 2nd Walk-Off HR of His Career
913 Fernando Tatis Jr. – Highlight-Reel HR Robbery Comes in Big Home Win
920 Juan Soto – 3rd-Most Multi-HR Games Before Turning 25

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2023 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – San Francisco Giants

21 Blake Sabol – Rookie Collects 1st MLB Hit in Road Victory
38 San Francisco Giants – Club Goes Back-to-Back Twice in Same Inning vs. White Sox
39 David Villar – Grand Slam and Five RBI Power a 12-5 Win on the Road
62 Blake Sabol – Hits 434-Foot Blast for 1st Career MLB HR
63 J.D. Davis – Drives in 5 RBI During Club’s 16-6 Blowout Win
148 Michael Conforto / Mike Yastrzemski – Pair of 11th-Inning Blasts Help Giants Win in Extras, 5-2
181 Alex Cobb – Fires His 1st Complete-Game Shutout Since 2012
184 Blake Sabol – Rookie’s 1st Walk-Off HR Caps Comeback Win vs. St. Louis
273 Casey Schmitt – Giants Rookie Joins McCovey with 4-for4 Day
324 Patrick Bailey – Giants Catching Prospect Collects 1st MLB Hit
330 Patrick Bailey – Catcher’s 1st MLB Homer Comes in 7-5 Win at Home
429 Brandon Crawford – Veteran Closes Out Big Win with Scoreless Inning
439 Keaton Winn – 1st Giants Player to Record a Save in MLB Debut
443 Luis Matos – Club’s #4 Prospect Hits, Scores Run in MLB Debut
467 Mike Yastrzemski – Walks Off Padres with 2nd Career Splash-Hit Homer

490 Luis Matos – Youngest Giants Player to Homer Since 1987
547 Logan Webb – Strikes Out 10 in First CG SHO of MLB Career
624 Marco Luciano – Giants #2 Prospect Makes MLB Debut at Home
629 Marco Luciano – Prospect Notches 1st Career Hit and Run Scored
632 J.D. Davis – Leadoff HR in 9th Is Walk-Off Finale in 3-2 Win
703 Patrick Bailey – Youngest Giants Player Since 2009 to Hit Walk-Off HR
780 Kyle Harrison – Youngest Giants Pitcher with 11 Ks Since 2011
785 Alex Cobb – Tosses One-Hitter; 6th Complete Game of Career
836 Wilmer Flores / Mitch Haniger / J.D. Davis – San Francisco’s Back-to-Back-to-Back HRs Are 1st for Club Since 2016

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2023 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Seattle Mariners

25 Miguel Cabrera / Ichiro – Miggy Passes Legend with 3,090th Career MLB Hit
45 Shohei Ohtani / Ichiro – Japanese Baseball Legends Meet-Up Before Game
53 A.J. Pollock / Teoscar Hernandez – Offseason Additions Combine for 4 HRs and 9 RBI in 11-2 Blowout Win
66 Julio Rodriguez – Makes Team History with Two-Run, Go-Ahead Blast
108 Jarred Kelenic – Homers in 3rd Straight Game – 482-Foot Rocket
151 Julio Rodriguez – Poseidon? J-Rod? Mariners Debut the Trident
163 Julio Rodriguez – Reaches 30-HR, 30-SB Milestone at Near-Record Pace
198 Mookie Betts / Ichiro – Hits 38th Career Lead-Off HR, Passing Legend for 10th All-Time
210 Cal Raleigh – Pair of Two-Run Blasts Help Get Extra-Innings Win
225 Bryce Miller – 1st in Mariners History with 10+ Ks in MLB Debut
252 Bryce Miller – Earns 1st MLB Victory in Historic Fashion
256 Logan Gilbert – Ties Club Record with Seven Straight Strikeouts
285 Bryce Miller – Another Sterling Start Equals MLB History
296 Cal Raleigh – 1st Catcher in Fenway Park History with HRs from Both Sides of the Plate
326 Jose Caballero – 1st MLB HR Comes During Historic Performance

332 Luis Castillo – Notches 1,000th Strikeout of Career in Victory
343 Bryce Miller – 1st Pitcher Since 1901 w/6+ IP& 4 or Fewer Hits Allowed in 1st 5 Starts
355 Eugenio Suárez – 10th-Inning Walk-Off HR Puts Game on Ice
459 Julio Rodriguez – 2nd-Fastest Player in History to 40 SB & 40 HR
483 Bryan Woo – Earns 1st MLB Victory with Scoreless Start
525 Logan Gilbert – Mariners Pitcher Sets Off Fireworks in CG Shutout
544 Felix Hernandez – Mariners Legend Homers in 21-19 Victory Over Team Finch
556 Julio Rodriguez – 2023 T-Mobile Home Run Derby Participant
558 Julio Rodriguez – Sets New Single-Round Record in 2023 T-Mobile Home Run Derby
559 Ken Griffey Jr. / Julio Rodriguez – Sluggers Talk Shop at 2023 T-Mobile Home Run Derby
563 Seattle Mariners – Mariners Legends Throw Out First Pitches at MLB All-Star Game
618 Julio Rodriguez – 1st Multi-HR Game of ’23 Spurs Historic Comeback
643 Julio Rodríguez – 1st Time Stealing Home Plate in His Career
649 Cade Marlowe – 1st Mariners 1st Year Player with Go-Ahead Grand Slam in 9th or Later
653 Eugenio Suárez – 10-Game RBI Streak Passes Edgar Martinez for Longest in Mariners History

662 Bryce Miller / Chase Silseth – Combine for 22 Ks, 2nd Time Two Rookies Had 10+ in a Game
676 Julio Rodríguez – Mariners Phenom Flies to the Wall to Rob Homer
677 Logan Gilbert – Career-High 12 Ks, 2nd Mariners Player with 10+ Ks, 0 BBs & 1 or Fewer Hits
697 Félix Hernández – King Félix Joins Mariners Royalty
714 Cal Raleigh – 2nd-Fastest Mariners Player to Reach 50 Homers
719 Julio Rodríguez – Youngest w/9 Hits Over Two-Game Span Since 1936
723 Julio Rodríguez – 1st Mariners Player w/3 Consecutive 4+ Hit Games
731 Julio Rodríguez – 17 Hits Is the Most in a 4-Game Span Since 1900
765 Julio Rodríguez – Fastest in Mariners History to Reach 50 HRs
771 Julio Rodríguez – 2nd Mariners Player with 40+ Hits & 10 SBs in a Month
777 Julio Rodríguez – Most Hits in a 10-Game Span Since 1997
813 Julio Rodríguez – 1st in MLB History w/ 25 HRs & 25 SBs in 1st 2 Seasons
854 Cal Raleigh – Most HRs by a Catcher in a Season in Mariners History
855 Julio Rodríguez – 4th Player w/ a 30 HR / 30 SB Season by Age-22
897 Julio Rodríguez – 2nd Player w/ 175+ RBI & 60+ SBs Over 1st 2 Seasons

916 Seattle Mariners – Set Mariners Record for Most Team Ks in a Season
930 Megan Rapinoe – Olympic Gold Medalist Throws Out Pitch in Seattle
934 J.P. Crawford – Walk-Off Hit Keeps Mariners Postseason Hopes Alive
935 Julio Rodríguez – 2nd Fastest to Reach 60 HRs & 60 SBs in MLB History

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2023 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – St. Louis Cardinals

6 Adam Wainwright – “Uncle Charlie” Sings the National Anthem on Opening Day
7 Jordan Walker – 20-Year-Old Gets First Hit on Opening Day
33 Brendan Donovan / Alec Burleson / Nolan Gorman – Trifecta of 1st-Inning Homers Propel Club to Victory
54 Jordan Walker – Rookie Phenom Slugs 1st Career MLB Homer
72 Jordan Walker – 20-Year-Old Hitting at Historic Pace to Start Career
78 Nolan Arenado – Superstar Hits 300th Home Run in Milestone Victory
87 Jordan Walker / Ted Williams – Ties the Hall-of-Famer for Hit Streak to Begin MLB Career
95 Jordan Walker – Sets Cardinals Hit Streak Record to Begin Career
109 Nolan Gorman – Late HRs in Back-to-Back Games Joins Rare Company
110 Jordan Walker – 9th-Inning Single Ties Streak Record Set in 1912
137 Nolan Gorman / Tommy Edman – 10th-Inning RBI Hits Complete Comeback and Walk-Off Pirates
147 Tommy Edman / Nolan Gorman – 5 RBI & 1st Career Grand Slam Power 14-5 Bashing of Arizona Diamondbacks
199 Paul Goldschmidt – 2nd First Baseman in MLB History with 150 SB/300 HR
249 Paul Goldschmidt – Bashes in 3rd Career Three-Homer Performance
255 Willson Contreras – Leads Club to Victory in Return to Wrigley Field

278 Nolan Gorman – Pinch-Hit Blast in 9th Leads to Road Win in Boston
298 Nolan Gorman – Plates Career-High 5 RBI in 18-1 Landslide Win
302 Nolan Arenado – Slugger Makes It 5 Straight Games with a Homer
312 Nolan Arenado – Drives Home 1,000th RBI of MLB Career
317 Willson Contreras – 2nd Catcher in Team History with 2-HR, 6-RBI Game
322 Nolan Gorman – Three-Run Blast in 8th Inning Leads to 6-5 Victory
471 Jordan Walker – Rookie Hit Streak Is Club’s Longest Since Pujols
487 Paul Goldschmidt – 1st Player in MLB History to Play in 5 Countries
493 Albert Pujols – Cardinals Legend Throws Out 1st Pitch in London
494 Jordan Walker – Extends Hitting Streak to MLB-Best 15 Contests
586 Nolan Arenado – Three-Run Blast Is 1st Walk-Off Since 2019 Season
610 Scott Rolen – National Baseball Hall of Fame Class of 2023
787 Jordan Walker – Youngest Cardinals Player Since 1972 w/ a 4-Hit Game
788 Tommy Edman – Blasts Walk-Off Home Run in the 9th Inning
822 Jordan Walker – 4th Most HRs in Club History Before Age 22

828 Masyn Winn – Sends 1st Career HR Into Orbit
885 Adam Wainwright – 3rd Cardinals Pitcher to Earn 200 Career Wins
938 Adam Wainwright – Uncle Charlie Gets Last Home At-Bat
955 Adam Wainwright – “Uncle Charlie” Plays Encore in Season Finale

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2023 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Tampa Bay Rays

28 Jeffrey Springs – Strikes Out Career-High 12 Over Six No-Hit Innings
47 Tampa Bay Rays – Stay Perfect in 2023 Thanks to Three 9th-Inning Homers
77 Tampa Bay Rays – The Best Team in Baseball Playing Like It’s 1939
80 Brandon Lowe – Grand Slam & 5 RBI Keep Rays Rolling, Win 11-0
88 Tampa Bay Rays – Longest Season-Opening Win Streak in Wild Card Era (10-0)
111 Taj Bradley – Top Prospect Wins MLB Debut, Team Improves to 12-0
115 Braden Bristo – Crucial Scoreless Outing Earns Save in MLB Debut
116 Tampa Bay Rays – Rays Improve to 13-0, Tie MLB Modern-Day Record
159 Christian Bethancourt / Brandon Lowe – 9th-Inning Homers Extend Rays Home Undefeated Streak
168 Tampa Bay Rays – Set MLB Record with HR in 21st Straight Game to Start Season
169 Randy Arozarena – Star’s 4th RBI of Day Is 9th-Inning, Walk-Off Winner
177 Tampa Bay Rays – Modern-Day Record for Home Wins to Start Season – Improve to 14-0
182 Wander Franco – Shortstop Makes Spectacular Barehanded Snag Versus Astros
248 Isaac Paredes – Walks Off Yankees in Exciting 10-Inning Affair
271 Josh Lowe – Five RBI Game Powers Rays to MLB Best 30 Wins

404 Randy Arozarena – First Career Walk-Off HR Leads Rays to Victory
412 Isaac Paredes – Monster Night at Plate Propels Rays to 8-3 Win
473 Taj Bradley – Most Ks Through 1st 10 Starts in Rays History
545 Wade Boggs – 1st Player to Be Inducted Into Rays Hall of Fame
549 Randy Arozarena – 2023 T-Mobile Home Run Derby Participant
562 Adolis Garcia / Randy Arozarena – American League Duo Trade Highlight Catches
689 Wander Franco – Wild Game Ends on Star’s 1st Career Walk-Off Homer
696 Randy Arozarena – 2nd MLB Player with 3 Walk-Offs This Season
717 Brandon Lowe – Fastest Second Baseman to Reach 100 Home Runs in MLB History
748 Osleivis Basabe – 3rd Rays Player to Hit Grand Slam as 1st Career HR
817 Brandon Lowe – Cracks Walk-Off Home Run in the 11th
842 Yandy Díaz – Walk-Off Homer Sends Rays Home Winners
884 Tampa Bay Rays – Punches 5th-Straight Postseason Berth
911 Junior Caminero – Club’s No. 1 Prospect Hits, Walks in MLB Debut
951 Junior Caminero – 1st Career HR Sets Rays Single-Season Runs Record

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2023 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Texas Rangers

8 Bubba Thompson – HR Robbery Helps Preserve Lead in 11-7 Win
19 Mitch Garver – Records Career-Day at the Plate with 2 HRs, 6 RBI
58 Jacob deGrom – Strikes Out 11 to Record 1st Win in a Rangers Jersey
92 Andrew Heaney – Ties AL Record with 9 Consecutive Whiffs vs. K.C.
105 Jonah Heim – Walks Off Royals with 10th-Inning Three-Run HR
170 Adolis Garcia – Big Day Down in Texas – 3 HR and 8 RBI for Slugger
208 Nathan Eovaldi – Blanks Yankees, 2-0, on 1st Career Nine-Inning Shutout
213 Josh Jung – 1st Career Grand Slam Sets Tone in 15-2 Win
272 Nathan Eovaldi – MLB Scoreless Innings Leader Throws Another Gem
292 Adolis Garcia – 5 RBI Afternoon Powers Texas to 11-3 Victory
367 Grant Anderson – Shows Veteran-Like Poise in Victorious MLB Debut
398 Marcus Semien – Hit Streak Reaches MLB Season Best 25 Games
424 Corey Seager – 1st Career 5-Hit Contest Powers Rangers Offense
550 Adolis Garcia – 2023 T-Mobile Home Run Derby Participant
562 Adolis Garcia / Randy Arozarena – American League Duo Trade Highlight Catches

591 Alex Speas – Comeback Story Has Great Ending with MLB Debut
605 Marcus Semien – Hammers 200th Homer of Career at Home
634 Max Scherzer – 3-Time Cy Young Winner Dealt to Rangers
650 Max Scherzer – Earns Win, Strikes Out Nine in His Rangers Debut
678 Max Scherzer – Notches 1,700th Road Strikeout – Now 7th All-Time
810 Adolis Garcia – Crushes Walk-Off Home Run in Dramatic Fashion
839 Evan Carter – Club’s Top Prospect Hits and Steals in MLB Debut
846 Evan Carter – Rangers Top Prospect Records 1st MLB RBI
852 Evan Carter – Rangers Top Prospect Hits 1st HR
857 Corey Seager – Records 1,000th Career Hit in 6-3 Victory
944 Texas Rangers – Texas-Sized Celebration for 1st Postseason Since 2016
958 Evan Carter – Youngest to Reach Base 4+ Times in Postseason Debut
964 Evan Carter – Top Prospect Smashes 1st Postseason Homer
965 Texas Rangers – Rangers Win AL Wild Card, Advance to ALDS
970 Evan Carter – Youngest Player to Reach Base 3+ Times in Each of 1st 3 Postseason Games

971 Josh Jung – Rangers Rookie Blasts 1st Postseason HR
977 Mitch Garver – 2nd in Club History to Hit a Postseason Grand Slam
989 Corey Seager – BB Record & 1st-Inning HR Power ALDS Game 3 Win
990 Nathan Eovaldi – Leads Rangers to ALCS with 7 Dominant Frames
991 Texas Rangers – Advances to ALCS for 1st Time Since 2011
1003 Jordan Montgomery – Makes Club History w/ 6+ Scorless Postseason IP
1004 Evan Carter – Soars Through the Air to Make Crucial ALCS Catch
1005 Adolis García – Cartwheels His Way to Rangers Win
1006 José Leclerc – 1st to Finsh Each of Team’s First 7 Postseason Games
1016 Josh Jung – 1st Rangers Rookie with 2-HR Game in Postseason
1017 Leody Taveras – Robs Home Run with Leaping Catch at the Wall
1020 Corey Seager – 15th Career Postseason HR Is 3rd-Most by SS
1023 Adolis García – Puts Rangers Ahead with Mammoth Three-Run HR
1032 Adolis García – Historic Postseason Grand Slam Forces ALCS Game 7
1033 Evan Carter – 11th Straight Game on Base Makes Postseason History

1036 Corey Seager – 1st Inning HR Gives Early Edge in Texas Showdown
1037 Evan Carter – Two Run Double in 4th Inning Breaks Game Open for Visitors
1038 Adolis García – Historic Game 7 Leads Rangers to World Series
1039 Texas Rangers – Advance to World Series for 1st Time Since 2011
1046 Ivan Rodriguez – Hall of Fame Catcher Makes Pregame Appearance
1047 George W. Bush – 43rd President Throws Out Ceremonial First Pitch
1048 Evan Carter – Youngest to Hit 3rd in World Series Since Mantle
1051 Corey Seager – Cracks Historic, Game-Tying HR in the 9th Inning
1052 Adolis García – Walk-Off HR Caps Exciting Game 1 World Series Win
1053 Fergie Jenkins / Adrián Beltré – Fabled Rangers Legends Perform Memorable First-Pitch Ceremony
1061 Texas Rangers – Incredible Throw Home Prevents Run in 2nd Inning
1062 Evan Carter – 4th Youngest to Bat Cleanup in the World Series
1063 Corey Seager – 18th Postseason HR Is Game-Winner in Game 3
1064 Jon Gray – Pitches Gem in Relief Leading to Game 3 Win
1065 Texas Rangers – Most Consecutive Games with a HR in Postseason History

1066 Corey Seager – 3rd HR This World Series Opens Door for Rangers
1067 Marcus Semien – 5 RBI Performance Powers Rangers to Game 4 Win
1068 Travis Jankowski – Catches Stride in Game 4, Knocking in 2 Runs
1069 Texas Rangers – Rangers Hit for the Cycle in 2nd Inning
1070 Texas Rangers – 1st w/ 5+ Runs in Consecutive World Series Innings
1071 Nathan Eovaldi – 5th Postseason Win Leads to World Series Title
1072 Corey Seager – Ends No-Hit Bid in 7th Inning with Table-Setting Single
1073 Evan Carter – MLB-Record 9th Postseason Double Ignites Offense
1074 Mitch Garver – Knocks in Go-Ahead, World Series Winning Run
1075 Jonah Heim – RBI Extends Lead in 9th to Secure World Series Win
1076 Marcus Semien – “Simmy” Calls Game; Blasts 2-Run HR in Ninth Inning
1077 Will Smith – 1st to Win 3 Consecutive World Series w/ 3 Teams
1078 Texas Rangers – The Drought Is Over! The Rangers Win the World Series
1079 Corey Seager – Wins 2nd Willie Mays World Series MVP Award

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2023 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Toronto Blue Jays

12 George Springer – Veteran Paces Team in Win with 5-Hit Showing
85 Kevin Kiermaier / Matt Chapman – Go Combined 6-for-10 with 10 RBI in Extra-Innings Win
101 Kevin Kiermaier – Home Run Robbery Witnessed North of the Border
112 George Springer – 9th-Inning Walk-Off RBI Single Bites Tigers
120 Bo Bichette – 5-for-5 with Record-Setting 500th Hit vs. Rays
172 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – Feasts on “The Big Apple” – Sets Mark for Slugging in the Bronx
203 Kevin Gausman – Overtakes as MLB Strikeout Leader with Career-High 13K Outing
204 Daulton Varsho – 10th-Inning RBI Single Ends Scoreless Duel in Toronto
220 Bo Bichette – Overtakes the MLB Hits Lead with 5-for-5 Night
277 Chris Bassitt – Makes Braves Bats Howl in Shutout Performance
290 Danny Jansen – Walk-Off Single Completes Series Sweep of Braves
307 Danny Jansen – Walk-Off Blast Is 2nd Send-Off in Last Four Days
334 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – Did I Do That? Grand Slam and Six RBI in 20-1 Win
372 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – Flips Glove to First Base to Record an Unconventional Out
374 Kevin Kiermaier – Submits Catch-of-the-Year Bid with Incredible, Warning-Track Snag

391 Kevin Gausman – Veteran Ties for MLB Whiff Lead with 13-K Outing
463 Spencer Horowitz – Notches 1st Hit & RBI of MLB Career in Debut
496 George Springer – Moves to 2nd All-Time in Career Leadoff Homers
555 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – 2023 T-Mobile Home Run Derby Participant
560 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – Crowned 2023 T-Mobile Home Run Derby Champion
561 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. / Vladimir Guerrero Sr. – 1st Father/Son Duo to Both with MLB Home Run Derby
655 Davis Schneider – Belts 1st Big-League HR in 1st MLB At-Bat
666 Davis Schneider – 1st in MLB History w/9 Hits & 2 HRs in His 1st 3 Games
824 Davis Schneider – 2nd in CLub History w/ 7+ HRs in His 1st 20 Games
889 George Springer – Moves to 2nd in MLB History in Leadoff HRs
943 Toronto Blue Jays – Long Day Ends with Postseason Berth Celebration

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2023 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Washington Nationals

29 MacKenzie Gore – Earns Washington Nationals’ 1st Win of 2023 in Debut
79 Stone Garrett – Career-High 5 RBI Is Difference-Maker in 7-6 Win
234 Alex Call – Connects for 1st Career Walk-Off HR in 4-3 Win
251 Joey Meneses – Three-Run 9th-Inning Homer Delivers 9-8 Victory
258 Jake Irvin – Earns 1st MLB Victory with 6.1 Scoreless Innings
347 Luis Garcia – 1st Career Six-Hit GamePowers Club to 12-10 Win
619 CJ Abrams – Caps Off Four-Run Ninth with Walk-Off RBI
695 Keibert Ruiz – Blasts 1st Career Walk-Off Homer vs. Oakland
704 Jeter Downs – Completes 5-Run Comeback w/Walk-Off Single
740 Bryson Stott / Joey Meneses – Celebrates Little League World Series w/ Colorful Bats
826 Jacob Young – Cracks 1st Career Walk-Off of His MLB Career
841 Lane Thomas – 1st Nationals Player to HR in 4 Straight Since 2016
914 Jackson Rutledge – Collects 1st MLB Victory at Home Versus Atlanta
953 CJ Abrams – Breaks Nationals Single-Season SB Record

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5 comments

  1. Rusty Phillips 5 April, 2023 at 08:47

    I have opened a new box of 2021 donruss baseball. I don’t know how to find the price for cards that have a blue border. Can you tell me what the blue border cards are in your price guide. thanks Rusty

  2. Richard 19 June, 2023 at 13:46

    I have been collecting the topps now since 2016 . Do you have a print run list for all 8 years?

    • Ryan Cracknell 26 June, 2023 at 11:36

      If you use the menu bar and click on “Baseball” you will find links to landing pages for each year’s main set (ie 2017 Topps Now linked on 2017 Baseball Cards).

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