2024 Topps Now Baseball Checklist, Team Set Lists and Details

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2024 Topps Now Baseball marks the ninth year for the print-to-order set that tells the season’s story as it happens. Big games, milestones, rookie debuts and (lots) of walk-off wins are some of the baseball cards collectors will find.

2024 Topps Now Baseball Wyatt Langford

While the overall concept remains the same, Topps continues to add some additional chase elements.

Virtually every day from the start of the season through the end of the World Series new 2024 Topps Now Baseball cards will be available on the company’s website. You have to be quick, though, as they have a short sales window of 24 hours. After that, the secondary market is the only place to find them.

Whatever’s sold in that time becomes the card’s print run. That means a lot of variance with some selling hundreds while others top tens of thousands.

Cards also have parallels randomly included as bonus cards. Levels include Blue (/49), Purple (/25), Red (/10), Orange (/5) and Gold (1/1). Autographs and memorabilia cards are available for some cards as well. These are sold separately.

A new addition for 2024 Topps Now Baseball, at least on a wider scale, are Image Variations. For cards that have them, it’s similar to parallels in that they’re additional extras with select orders.

Single 2024 Topps Now Baseball cards cost $8.99 direct from the card maker. Discounts are available for bundles of up to 20 copies of the same card and some daily bundles of all cards. Collectors looking for singles can find them cheaper on eBay as sellers buy in bulk and charge significantly less during the pre-sale window and pass along the savings. Current cards can be found for around $5 delivered.

2024 Topps Now Baseball Checklist Checklist

This checklist will continue to grow throughout the season. Known print runs are listed.

Parallels:

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

2024 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – March

2024 Topps Now Baseball 1 Shohei Ohtani

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1 Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Dodgers – Collects 1st Hit and 1st RBI in 2-Hit Dodgers Debut – 44,476
2 Yuki Matsui, San Diego Padres – Gets First Career Strikeout in MLB Debut – 4,478
3 Major League Baseball – First-Ever Seoul Series Kicks Off the MLB Season – 3,518

These cards also have Korean Language parallels (/99).

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4 Jackson Merrill, San Diego Padres – 20-Year-Old Bags 1st MLB and XBH in Same Game – 3,380
5 Mookie Betts, Los Angeles Dodgers – 1st HR of 2024 MLB Season Highlights Monster Game – 1,209

These cards also have Korean Language parallels (/99).

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6 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels – 1st HR of 2024 Opening Day Sets Club Record – 1,550
7 Corbin Burnes, Baltimore Orioles – Ace Ties Orioles Record with 11 Ks in Team Debut – 1,281
8 Jung Hoo Lee, San Francisco Giants – Giants Rookie Collects 1st Big-League Hit & RBI – 5,936
9 Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Dodgers – Superstar Collects First Hit at Dodger Stadium – 9,588
10 Colt Keith, Detroit Tigers – Top Prospect Records 1st MLB Hit on Opening Day – 3,214
11 Juan Soto, New York Yankees – Clutch 9th-Inning Assist Highlights Yankees Debut – 2,055
12 Wyatt Langford, Texas Rangers – Records 1st Career Hit and RBI in MLB Debut – 15,326
13 Jonah Heim, Texas Rangers – Walk-Off RBI Single Gets Rangers an Opening Day Win – 839
14 Tyler O’Neill, Boston Red Sox – MLB Record with 5th Consecutive Opening Day HR – 888
15 Arizona Diamondbacks – Most Runs in an Opening Day Inning Since 1900 – 974

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16 Jackson Chourio, Milwaukee Brewers – Collects 1st Hit, RBI and SB in MLB Debut – 9,845
17 José Ramírez, Cleveland Guardians – Moves to 5th in Guardians History for Career HRs – 560
18 Mookie Betts, Los Angeles Dodgers – Sets Dodgers Record for Most Leadoff HRs – 887

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19 Jung Hoo Lee, San Francisco Giants – Belts 1st MLB HR in Win Over Padres – 5,124
20 Graham Pauley, San Diego Padres – Clobbers 3-Run HR for 1st MLB Hit – 1,196
21 Juan Soto, New York Yankees – 1st HR on Yankees Is Go-Ahead Game-Winner – 1,444
22 Julio Rodríguez, Seattle Mariners – Superstar Notches 1st Walk-Off of MLB Career – 1,417
23 Jared Jones, Pittsburgh Pirates – Strikes Out 10 En Route to 1st W in MLB Debut – 1,764
24 Yoshinobu Yamamoto, Los Angeles Dodgers – 5 Ks Over 5 Scoreless IP in Dodgers Stadium Debut – 8,247

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25 Christian Encarnacion-Strand, Cincinnati Reds – Reds Star Cracks Walk-Off Home Run – 1,404
26 Victor Scott II, St. Louis Cardinals – Top Cardinals Prospect Collects First MLB Hit – 1,877

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April

2024 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – April

2024 Topps Now Baseball 61 Jackson Holliday

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27 Shota Imanaga, Chicago Cubs – Tosses 9 Strikeouts in Dominant Debut – 6,785
28 Jordan Westburg, Baltimore Orioles – Hits 1st Career Walk-Off HR in the 9th Inning – 1,554
29 Adolis García, Texas Rangers – Rangers Stars Smacks 100th Career Home Run – 795
30 Ronel Blanco, Houston Astros – Throws First No-Hitter of the 2024 Season – 3,254
31 Jackson Merrill, San Diego Padres – Smacks First Career MLB Home Run – 2,375

2

32 Blaze Alexander, Arizona Diamondbacks – Collects 1st Run and Steal of MLB Career – 925
33 Mookie Betts, Los Angeles Dodgers – Tallies 1,500th Career Hit with Massive HR – 1,147
34 Bryce Harper, Philadelphia Phillies – Scores 1,000th Run in Three Home Run Night – 2,936

3

35 James McCann, Baltimore Orioles – Walk-Off Single Lifts Orioles to Victory – 666
36 Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Dodgers – Blasts First Home Run as Member of the Dodgers – 23,191
37 Jackson Chourio, Milwaukee Brewers – Brewers Top Prospect Hits First Career HR – 7,340

4

38 Pete Alonso, New York Mets – Fastest in Mets History to Reach 500 RBI – 990

5

39 Ryan McMahon, Colorado Rockies – Cracks Grand Slam Walk-Off Shot for Rockies Win – 888
40 Thairo Estrada, San Francisco Giants – Hits Walk-Off Double to Give Giants the Victory – 397
41 Travis d’Arnaud, Atlanta Braves – Late-Game Walk-Off Single in Braves Home Opener – 467

6

42 Yoshinobu Yamamoto, Los Angeles Dodgers – Fires Five Scoreless Frames to Secure 1st MLB Win – 16,757
43 Oneil Cruz, Pittsburgh Pirates – Hits Walk-Off Single After Clutch Throw Home – 703
44 Juan Soto, New York Yankees – Connects for 1st Hit & RBI at Yankee Stadium – 1,246

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45 Jackson Merrill, San Diego Padres – 2nd-Youngest Padres Player w/ a 4-Hit Game – 1,371
46 Ronel Blanco, Houston Astros – Rookie Sets Hitless Mark to Start Season – 1,369
47 Justin Foscue, Texas Rangers – Cub’s 5th Overall Prospect Gets 1st MLB Hit, RBI – 1,072
48 Max Meyer, Miami Marlins – 2020 1st-Rounder Picks Up 1st MLB Win – 579

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49 José Ramírez, Cleveland Guardians – Most HRs by a Third-Baseman in Cleveland History – 1,081
50 Elly De La Cruz, Cincinnati Reds – 1st to Log 450-Foot & Inside-the-Park HR in a Game – 12,173
51 Juan Soto, New York Yankees – 1st Yankee Stadium HR as a Member of the Team – 2,137
52 Fernando Tatis Jr., San Diego Padres – Clutch HR Caps Off Biggest Comeback in Padres History – 1,724

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53 Austin Martin, Minnesota Twins – 2020 1st-Rounder Logs 1st MLB Hit – 952
54 Colton Cowser, Baltimore Orioles – Youngest Orioles Hitter w/ 2 2B & 4 RBI Since Ripken – 1,569
55 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels – 1st Angels Player w/ 6 HRs in 1st 11 Games – 723
56 Tyler Glasnow, Los Angeles Dodgers – Most Ks by a Dodgers Pitcher Since 2019 – 546
57 Shea Langeliers, Oakland Athletics – 2nd Catcher in Athletics History w/ a 3-HR Game – 321
58 Tyler O’Neill, Boston Red Sox – Sets Club Record for Most HRs Through 1st 10 Games – 399
59 Boston Red Sox – 2004 Red Sox World Series Reunion – 1,083
60 Christopher Morel, Chicago Cubs – Cubs Star Launches 1st Grand Slam of MLB Career – 865

10

61 Jackson Holliday, Baltimore Orioles – No. 1 Prospect Makes MLB Debut, Collects 1st RBI – 43,847
62 Jackson Merrill / Jackson Holliday / Jackson Chourio, San Diego Padres / Baltimore Orioles / Milwaukee Brewers – A-B-C, Youngest in the MLB, It’s the Jackson 3 Rookies – 8,754
63 Giancarlo Stanton, New York Yankees – 76th Player to Homer Against All 30 MLB Teams – 1,512
64 Josh Naylor / Bo Naylor, Cleveland Guardians – Brothers Celebrate National Siblings Day w/ Clutch Hits – 1,753

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65 Bobby Witt Jr., Kansas City Royals – Makes Royals History in Strong Day at the Plate – 1,178
66 Colton Cowser, Baltimore Orioles – Cracks 1st Career MLB HR in Two HR Day – 2,697
67 Tyler Jay, New York Mets – 2015 1st-Rounder Secures Win in MLB Debut – 631

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68 Elly De La Cruz, Cincinnati Reds – 449-Ft. Blast Makes for 4 HRs in 4 Games – 5,310
69 Lawrence Butler, Oakland Athletics – Belts 1st HR of ’24, Hits 1st Career Walk-Off – 841
70 Hideki Matsui / Shohei Ohtani, New York Yankees / Los Angeles Dodgers – Ohtani Ties All-Time Japanese-Born MLB HR Record at 175 – 16,679

13

71 Salvador Perez, Kansas City Royals – 12th Primary Catcher w/ 250 HRs in AL/NL History – 718
72 Shota Imanaga, Chicago Cubs – Makes Cubs History in 1st Three Career Starts – 2,752
73 Yariel Rodríguez, Toronto Blue Jays – 1st Cuban-Born Pitcher to Start for the Blue Jays – 613

14

74 Andrew McCutchen, Pittsburgh Pirates – Becomes 3rd Pirates Player to Hit 300 Career HRs – 1,498
75 Jackson Holliday, Baltimore Orioles – Top MLB Prospect Collects 1st Career Hit – 12,152
76 Aaron Judge / Derek Jeter, New York Yankees – 260th Career HR Ties Jeter on Yankees All-Time List – 2,754
77 Dwight Gooden, New York Mets – Mets Legend Gets His Jersey Retired at Citi Field – 2,636

15

78 Rob Gronkowski, Boston Red Sox – Gronk Spikes Signature 1st Pitch at Fenway Park – 2,715
79 C.J. Stroud, Houston Astros – Top QB Delivers a Strike for Astros 1st Pitch – 4,019
80 Cedric Mullins, Baltimore Orioles – Clutch Catch and HR Powers Orioles to Win – 850
81 Mitchell Parker, Washington Nationals – 1st Nationals Rookie SP to Win Debut Since 2010 – 719
82 Michael Busch, Chicago Cubs – Ties Cubs Record with 5 HRs in Last 5 Games – 912
83 Jonatan Clase, Seattle Mariners – Mariners Rookie Logs 1st Career Hit & RBI in Debut – 1,640
84 Major League Baseball – MLB Celebrates 77th Anniversary of Robinson Breaking Color Barrier – 914

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85 Ranger Suárez, Philadelphia Phillies – Extends Scoreless Innings Streak to 18 w/ CGSO – 778
86 Mookie Betts, Los Angeles Dodgers – Collects 3rd 5-Hit Game of His Career – 1,082
87 Andy Pages, Los Angeles Dodgers – Dodgers Rookie Logs 1st Career Hit on 1st Pitch – 2,049

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88 Cedric Mullins, Baltimore Orioles – Saves the Day with 1st Career Walk-Off HR – 627
89 Juan Soto, New York Yankees – 7th Youngest to Reach 500 RBI in Last 50 Years – 984
90 Landon Knack, Los Angeles Dodgers – Dodgers Prospect Logs 1st K in MLB Debut – 577
91 Tanner Houck, Boston Red Sox – Tosses ‘Maddux’ CGSO in Shortest Game Since ’10 – 533
92 Kyle Schwarber, Philadelphia Phillies – Cracks 250th Career Homer in Multi-HR Game – 646

18

93 Logan Webb, San Francisco Giants – Retires Career-High 19 Straight Batters in Win – 423
94 Jack Leiter, Texas Rangers – 2021 2nd Overall Pick Suits Up for MLB Debut – 1,859

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95 Elly De La Cruz, Cincinnati Reds – Youngest Reds Player w/ 3 SBs & HR in Single Game – 5,167
96 Alec Bohm, Philadelphia Phillies – Supercahrges Club’s Offense w/ 2 HR, 6 RBI Night – 859
97 Justin Verlander, Houston Astros – Passes Niekro to Become 12th on All-Time Ks List in 2024 Debut – 592
98 Juan Soto, New York Yankees – 2nd Yankees Hitter w/ 5 HR & 20 RBI in 1st 20 G – 1,047
99 Travis d’Arnaud, Atlanta Braves – 3-HR Showing Highlights 8-3 Win Over Rangers – 866
100 Blaze Alexander, Arizona Diamondbacks – 1st Career Grand Slam Helps Club to Historic Win – 917
101 Cam Booser, Boston Red Sox – Oldest Red Sox Player to Debut Since 1947 – 721

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102 Max Schuemann, Oakland Athletics – 1st MLB Hit Comes on a Game-Tying Home Run – 640
103 Ronald Acuña Jr., Atlanta Braves – Moves Into Braves Top 10 in Career Steals – 1,038
104 Jackson Chourio, Milwaukee Brewers – 4th-Youngest Since 1900 w/ 4 HRs Through 17 Games – 2,049
105 Shota Imanaga, Chicago Cubs – Sets Cubs Mark for 0 ER Allowed in Expansion Era – 2,601

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106 Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Dodgers – Rises to Become MLB All-Time Japanese HR Leader – 34,423
107 Andy Pages, Los Angeles Dodgers – Dodgers Rookie Crushes First Career Home Run – 2,363
108 Fernando Tatis Jr., San Diego Padres – Flies Through the Air to Make Leaping Catch – 1,598

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109 Ranger Suárez, Philadelphia Phillies – Longest Phillies Scoreless Innings Streak Since ’11 – 580
110 Jared Jones, Pittsburgh Pirates – 4th Since 1893 w/ at Least 7 Ks in 1st 5 Outings – 1,108
111 Ronald Acuña Jr., Atlanta Braves – Swipes Atlanta Braves Record for Most Career SBs – 1,480
112 Nolan Gorman, St. Louis Cardinals – Clutch Walk-Off HR Lifts Cardinals to a Win – 457

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113 Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Dodgers – Smashes Hardest Hit HR in Dodgers Statcast History – 8,673
114 Max Fried, Atlanta Braves – Tosses 3rd ‘Maddux’ of Big-League Career – 889
115 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels – Angels Superstar Belts 1st Leadoff HR Since 2012 – 1,470
116 Pavin Smith, Arizona Diamondbacks – Slugger Drives in Career-High 6 RBI in Win – 417

24

117 Aaron Judge, New York Yankees – All Rise: Judge Passes Jeter on Yankees HR List – 4,612

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118 Pete Crow-Armstrong, Chicago Cubs – Top Cubs Rookie Gets 1st Hit on 1st Career HR – 3,668
119 Alex Bregman, Houston Astros – Star Third Baseman Collects 1,000th Career Hit – 509
120 Bryce Harper, Philadelphia Phillies – Dad Strength: Powers HR After Birth of Baby Girl – 1,034

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121 Shota Imanaga, Chicago Cubs – 1st Since 1945 with 4-0 Record, Sub-1.00 ERA in First 5 Games – 4,593
122 Joey Ortiz, Milwaukee Brewers – 1st MLB HR & Walk-Off Bests Yankees in Extras – 428
123 Patrick Bailey, Baltimore Orioles – Sends Fans Home Happy After 2nd Career Walk-Off HR – 535
124 Anthony Maldonado, Miami Marlins – Makes Impressive MLB Debut with 3 Scoreless IP – 354

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125 Ceddanne Rafaela, Boston Red Sox – Makes Red Sox History After 7 RBI Performance – 1,132
126 Pete Alonso, New York Mets – Plunges Into MLB History After Hitting 200th HR – 1,412
127 Yordan Alvarez, Houston Astros – 17th Multi-HR Game, 3rd Most in Astros History – 444
128 Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Dodgers – 119.2 MPH Hit Is Fastest in MLB This Season – 3,698

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129 Mark Vientos, New York Mets – Smashes Walk-Off Home Run in Extra Innings – 675
130 Anthony Volpe, New York Yankees – 2nd-Youngest in Yankees History to Hit a B-Day HR – 920
131 Anthony Rizzo, New York Yankees – 12th Active Player to Reach 300 Career HRs – 1,315
132 Wyatt Langford, Texas Rangers – 1st Career HR Is Inside-the Park Sprint to Home – 4,198

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133 Gunnar Henderson, Baltimore Orioles – Youngest in MLB History w/ 10+ HR Before May – 2,569
134 Addison Barger, Toronto Blue Jays – Collects 1st Career Hit and Run in Victory – 1,044
135 Elly De La Cruz, Cincinnati Reds – 1st in MLB History w/ 8 HR & 17 SB in Single Month – 15,525
136 Mitch Garver, Seattle Mariners – Blasts 1st Career Walk-Off Homer in Dramatic Fashion – 793

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137 Jordan Beck, Colorado Rockies – Highly Rated Prospect Logs Multi-Hit MLB Debut – 1,465
138 Tyler Black, Milwaukee Brewers – Logs 1st Big-League Hit & RBI in MLB Debut – 1,838
139 Christian Walker, Arizona Diamondbacks – Cracks 1st Career Walk-Off Home Run in Extras – 578
140 Jack Flaherty, Detroit Tigers – Ties AL Record Striking Out 1st 7 Batters – 590
141 Wenceel Pérez, Detroit Tigers – 1st Tigers Rookie to HR on Both Sides Since ’96 – 1,288
142 Victor Caratini, Houston Astros – Slams Walk-Off Two-Run Homer in the 10th – 450
143 Joey Loperfido, Houston Astros – 1st Career Hit Plates Two in Astros Win – 1,845
144 Dane Myers, Miami Marlins – Rookie Completes Comeback with Walk-Off Single – 533
145 Matt Hilton, Arizona Diamondbacks – Bee Afraid, Bee Very Afraid: Bees Swarm in Arizona – 16,946
146 New York Mets – Breaks Citi Field Record for Most Hot Dogs Eaten – 44,270

#146 has Ketchup (/99) and Mustard (/99) parallels only. Original cost was $1.

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May

2024 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – May

2024 Topps Now Baseball 179 Paul Skenes

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147 Shota Imanaga, Chicago Cubs – 4th Best ERA Through 6 Starts in MLB History – 5,319
148 Minnesota Twins – Log 10th Straight Win for Longest Streak Since ’08 – 531

2

149 Francisco Lindor, New York Mets – Flu Game: Star SS Comes Off the Bench to Hit Walk-Off – 469
150 Nicky Cass, New York Mets – Comedian Tosses the 1st Pitch at Citi Field – 417

3

151 Jose Altuve, Houston Astros – Joins Elite MLB Club After 300th Career Steal – 786
152 Andy Pages, Los Angeles Dodgers – Top Rookie Notches First Career Walk-Off in Extras – 1,771
153 Luis Arraez, San Diego Padres – Back-to-Back Batting Champ Is Headed to San Diego – 858

4

154 Luis Arraez, San Diego Padres – 1st Player w/ 4-Hit Game in Padres Debut – 1,159
155 Jared Jones, Pittsburgh Pirates – 10th Player Since 1901 w/ 52 Ks in 1st 7 Starts – 959
156 Brett Harris, Oakland Athletics – Belts 1st 2 MLB Home Runs in 20-4 Blowout – 814
157 Brent Rooker / Mark McGwire, Oakland Athletics – 2-HR Inning Is 1st for Athletics Since McGwire’s in 1996 – 668
158 Max Muncy, Los Angeles Dodgers – 1st Career 3-HR Game Highlights Win Over Braves – 627
159 Christian Scott, New York Mets – Mets 5th Overall Prospect Fans Six in MLB Debut – 1,866

5

160 Bryan Ramos, Chicago White Sox – Club’s 4th-Ranked Prospect Logs 1st Career Hit & RBI – 594
161 Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Dodgers – Crushes 464-Foot HR, 3rd Longest of His Career – 6,669
162 Tarik Skubal, Detroit Tigers – Youngest Tigers Pitcher w/ 12 Ks in a Game Since ’10 – 471

6

163 Larry Doby / José Ramírez, Cleveland Guardians – Passes Doby for Most Go-Ahead HRs in Cleveland History – 817
164 Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Dodgers – Most Total Bases in 1st 36 Games w/ the Dodgers – 9,840

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165 Shota Imanaga, Chicago Cubs – 3rd-Lowest ERA Through 1st 7 Outings Since 1913 – 5,857
166 Michael Busch, Chicago Cubs – 9th-Inning Homer Gives Cubs First Walk-Off of ’24 – 1,072
167 Yoshinobu Yamamoto, Los Angeles Dodgers – 1st Dodgers Pitcher to Start Game w/ 19 Strikes – 3,910

8

168 Kyle Manzardo, Cleveland Guardians – Highly-Rated Guardians Prospect Gets 1st MLB Hit – 1,300
169 Elly De La Cruz, Cincinnati Reds – 2nd-Most Reds Swipes Through 36 Games SInce 1901 – 2,791
170 Juan Soto / Aaron Jude / Giancarlo Stanton, New York Yankees – 1st Time Yankees Slugging Trio Homers in Same Game – 2,203

9

171 Charlie Blackmon, Colorado Rockies – Moves Into 4th on Rockies All-Time RBI List – 262
172 Aaron Judge, New York Yankees – Bronx Bomber’s 473-Ft HR Ties Longest of 2024 – 813
173 Dairon Blanco, Kansas City Royals – 2nd in 50 Years w/ HR, 2 SBs, 2B & Bunt in a Game – 334

10

174 Robert Gasser, Milwaukee Brewers – 1st Brewers Pitcher Since ’17 w/ 6 Scoreless Innings in Debut – 714
175 Ranger Suárez, Philadelphia Phillies – Lowest Phillies ERA Since 1916 Through 1st 8 Games – 484
176 Stuart Fairchild, Cincinnati Reds – 1st Reds Pinch-Hit Inside-the-Park HR Since ’77 – 555
177 Luis Arraez, San Diego Padres – Hits Walk-Off in 1st San Diego Home Game – 840

11

178 Jordan Westburg, Baltimore Orioles – Orioles Tie Best Start in Club History on Walk-Off Single – 1,842
179 Paul Skenes, Pittsburgh Pirates – Top-Ranked Pitching Prospect in MLB Makes Debut – 24,463
180 Joey Estes, Oakland Athletics – Records 1st Big-League Win Over Rival Mariners – 1,083
181 Tarik Skubal, Detroit Tigers – 1st Tigers Starter to Begin Season 5-0 Since 2016 – 1,244

12

182 Fernando Tatis Jr., San Diego Padres – Passes Father’s Career HR Total w/ 114th Blast – 667
183 Yu Darvish, San Diego Padres – Collects 1,000th Career NL Strikeout in Win – 864
184 Brandon Nimmo, New York Mets – Gifts a Mother’s Day Walk-Off HR to Mets Fans – 535
185 Seth Lugo, Kansas City Royals – 4th Royals Pitcher to Log 12 Ks & 0 Walks in a Game – 383
186 Marcell Ozuna, Atlanta Braves – Fastest Braves Player to 40 RBI Since Hank Aaron – 488

13

187 Spencer Arrighetti, Houston Astros – Highly-Touted Prospect Earns 1st Career MLB Win – 505
188 Mookie Betts, Los Angeles Dodgers – Moves to 5th in All-Time Lead-Off Home Runs – 960

14

189 Aaron Nola, Philadelphia Phillies – Records 4th Complete-Game Shutout in Four-Hitter – 672
190 Juan Soto / Mickey Mantle, New York Yankees – Passes Yankee Legend for Most Walks Before Age 26 – 2,547
191 Pedro Pagés, St. Louis Cardinals – 1st Cardinals Player w/ 3+ RBI on 1st Hit Since ’08 – 472
192 Trey Lipscomb, Washington Nationals – 1st Since ’16 w/ Multiple 3+ Hits & 3+ Stolen Base Games – 648
193 Alex Bregman, Houston Astros – 1st in Astros History w/ XBHs in 5-Straight ABs – 298
194 Romy Gonzalez, Boston Red Sox – Belts Walk-Off Single in 12-Inning Battle – 381

15

195 Adley Rutschman, Baltimore Orioles – Second Career Walk-Off Homer Lifts Orioles to Win – 1,150
196 Jordan Beck, Colorado Rockies – Smashes 1st Career HR to Extend Rockies Win Streak – 654
197 Aaron Judge, New York Yankees – Crushes 467-Foot HR in 1st Career 3-Double Game – 1,219

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198 Joey Loperfido, Houston Astros – Top Astros Prospect Hits 1st Career Home Run – 1,023
199 Jared Jones, Pittsburgh Pirates – Records Most Swings & Misses in 1st 9 Career Games – 908
200 Elly De La Cruz, Cincinnati Reds – 8th Player Since 1901 w/ 30+ Stolen Bases in Team’s 1st 44 Games – 4,028

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201 Paul Skenes, Pittsburgh Pirates – Fires Six No-Hit Innings w/ 11 Ks in 1st MLB Win – 12,032
202 Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Dodgers – Superstar Belts Homer on “Shohei Ohtani Day” in LA – 6,462
203 Masanori Murakami, San Francisco Giants – First Japanese MLB Player Tosses First Pitch – 1,540
204 Tyler Alexander, Tampa Bay Rays – Hurls Seven and One-Third Perfect Innings in Win – 563

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205 Luis Gil, New York Yankees – Sets Yankees Record for Most Ks by a Rookie – 1,067
206 José Ramírez, Cleveland Guardians – Moves to 4th All-Time on Cleveland HRs List – 569
207 Shota Imanaga, Chicago Cubs / Fernando Valenzuela, Los Angeles Dodgers – Cubs Hurler Has Lowest ERA Since Valenzuela Through 9 Starts – 3,032
208 Justin Verlander, Houston Astros – Climbs MLB All-Time Ks List, Moving to 11th – 403

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209 Will Brennan, Cleveland Guardians – Crushes Clutch 3-Run Walk-Off HR Against Rivals – 420
210 Rafael Devers, Boston Red Sox – Ties Red Sox Record w/ Homer in 5th Straight Game – 575
211 Gunnar Henderson, Baltimore Orioles – 15th HR Is His Longest of the Season, Tied for MLB Lead – 1,267
212 Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Dodgers – Hits 1st Career Walk-Off as a Dodgers Player – 8,566
213 Yu Darvish, San Diego Padres – Earns 200th Career Win in Professional Baseball – 5,076

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214 Chris Sale, Atlanta Braves – Extends Scoreless Innings Streak to 20 in Win – 462
215 Rafael Devers, Boston Red Sox – Sets Red Sox Record with HRs in 6 Straight Games – 1,043

21

216 Nick Gonzales, Pittsburgh Pirates – Hits 1st Career Walk-Off in 10th-Inning Rally – 648
217 Oneil Cruz, Pittsburgh Pirates – Collects the Two Hardest Hits of the Season at 120+ MPH – 585
218 Ranger Suárez, Philadelphia Phillies – 1st w/ 9-0 Start & Sub 1.50 ERA Through 10 Starts Since ’66 – 738
219 Fernando Tatis Jr., San Diego Padres – 3rd-Youngest Padres Player to Reach 500 Career Hits – 549
220 Bobby Witt Jr., Kansas City Royals – Two-Homer Night Highlighted by Longest of Career – 842

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224 Shane Gillis, Philadelphia Phillies – Actor/Comedian Tosses Strike Before Phillies Win – 2,919
225 Luis Gil, New York Yankees – 3rd Yankees Starter w/ 6+ IP Allowing 1 Run or Fewer Over 5 Starts – 758
226 Philadelphia Phillies – Ties Best Record for 35-Game Span Set in 1892 – 1,006

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227 Braxton Garrett, Miami Marlins – Marlins Lefty Fires 1st Career CG SHO on 95 Pitches – 347
228 Colt Keith, Detroit Tigers – 1st MLB Home Run Sets Tone in 6-2 Win vs. Toronto – 1,428
229 Patrick Bailey, San Francisco Giants – Go-Ahead Granny Leads to Giants Comeback History – 613
230 Colton Cowser, Baltimore Orioles – Incredible Home Run Robbing Catch Seals Road Win – 1,606
231 Justin Verlander, Houston Astros – Passes Maddux, Moves Into Top 10 in All-Time Strikeouts – 651
232 Juan Soto / Aaron Judge, New York Yankees – Sluggers Go Back-to-Back for First Time vs. Padres – 1,904
233 José Ramírez / Josh Naylor / David Fry, Cleveland Guardians – Trio Goes Back-to-Back-to-Back in Cleveland Victory – 599

25

234 Aaron Judge, New York Yankees – Tallies 900th Career Hit in 4th Straight Game w/ a HR – 1,612
235 José Ramírez, Cleveland Guardians – Guardians Slugger Is 1st in MLB to 50 RBI – 493

26

236 Matt Vierling, Detroit Tigers – 2nd Homer of the Game Is Three-Run Walk-Off – 495
237 Kyle Bradish, Baltimore Orioles – Strikes Out 11 Over Seven No-Hit Innings – 562

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238 Ben Brown, Chicago Cubs – Rookie Tosses Seven No-Hit Innings in Win – 1,686
239 Jeremiah Estrada, San Diego Padres – 13 Straight Ks Marks Longest Streak Since 1961 – 895
240 Anthony Volpe, New York Yankees – 20-Game Hit Streak Joins Elite Yankees Company – 2,383
241 Josh Gibson, Homestead Grays – Baseball Legend Becomes MLB Career Batting Leader – 16,307

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242 Will Smith, Los Angeles Dodgers – Becomes 4th Dodgers Catcher to Reach 100-HR Club – 657
243 Gunnar Henderson, Baltimore Orioles – 4th Orioles Players to Reach 50 HRs Before Age 23 – 1,484
244 Luis Gil, New York Yankees – Caps Off 6-0 Month with Dominant Road Outing – 646

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245 Aaron Judge, New York Yankees – 24 XBHs in Month Marks Yankees Most Since 1937 – 1,334
246 Dustin Pedroia, Boston Red Sox – Red Sox Legend Inducted Into Team Hall of Fame – 720

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247 Davis Schneider, Toronto Blue Jays – 14th-Inning Walk-Off HR Ends Wild Night in Toronto – 1,004
248 Christian Yelich, Milwaukee Brewers – Five-Hit, Five RBI Game Includes 300th Double – 705
249 Aaron Judge, New York Yankees – Two-Homer Night Equals Yankees Hitting History – 2,578

June

2024 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – June

1

250 Darryl Strawberry, New York Mets – Mets Retire Strawberry’s No. 18 on Special Day
251 Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Dodgers – Joins Ichiro As 2nd Japanese-Born Player with 100 SBs, 100 HRs
252 Ryan Bliss, Seattle Mariners – Picks Up First MLB Hit, 2 SBs in Blowout Victory

2

253 Daniel Schneemann, Cleveland Guardians – Notches First MLB Hit on First Pitch Seen
254 Juan Soto, New York Yankees – 2-HR Day Includes Go-Ahead Winner to Complete Sweep

3

255 Pavin Smith, Arizona Diamondbacks – Saves the Day with Walk-Off Homer in 9th Inning
256 Lourdes Gurriel Jr., Arizona Diamondbacks – Diamondbacks Star Smashes 100th Career Homer
257 Rhys Hoskins, Milwaukee Brewers – Fan Favorite Homers in Emotional Return to Philly

July

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August

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September

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October

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2024 Topps Now Baseball Team Set Checklists

Want to know what cards your favorite team has in 2024 Topps Now Baseball? Here’s the checklist broken down by team. Scroll through or click below to go directly to that team.

Please note that parallels are not included here. Please check the main checklist in the other tab for parallel specifics.

2024 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Arizona Diamondbacks

15 Arizona Diamondbacks – Most Runs in an Opening Day Inning Since 1900
32 Blaze Alexander – Collects 1st Run and Steal of MLB Career
100 Blaze Alexander – 1st Career Grand Slam Helps Club to Historic Win
116 Pavin Smith – Slugger Drives in Career-High 6 RBI in Win
139 Christian Walker – Cracks 1st Career Walk-Off Home Run in Extras
145 Matt Hilton – Bee Afraid, Bee Very Afraid: Bees Swarm in Arizona
255 Pavin Smith – Saves the Day with Walk-Off Homer in 9th Inning
256 Lourdes Gurriel Jr. – Diamondbacks Star Smashes 100th Career Homer

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2024 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Atlanta Braves

41 Travis d’Arnaud – Late-Game Walk-Off Single in Braves Home Opener
99 Travis d’Arnaud – 3-HR Showing Highlights 8-3 Win Over Rangers
103 Ronald Acuña Jr. – Moves Into Braves Top 10 in Career Steals
111 Ronald Acuña Jr. – Swipes Atlanta Braves Record for Most Career SBs
114 Max Fried – Tosses 3rd ‘Maddux’ of Big-League Career
186 Marcell Ozuna – Fastest Braves Player to 40 RBI Since Hank Aaron
214 Chris Sale – Extends Scoreless Innings Streak to 20 in Win

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2024 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Baltimore Orioles

7 Corbin Burnes – Ace Ties Orioles Record with 11 Ks in Team Debut
28 Jordan Westburg – Hits 1st Career Walk-Off HR in the 9th Inning
35 James McCann – Walk-Off Single Lifts Orioles to Victory
54 Colton Cowser – Youngest Orioles Hitter w/ 2 2B & 4 RBI Since Ripken
61 Jackson Holliday – No. 1 Prospect Makes MLB Debut, Collects 1st RBI
62 Jackson Merrill / Jackson Holliday / Jackson Chourio – A-B-C, Youngest in the MLB, It’s the Jackson 3 Rookies
66 Colton Cowser – Cracks 1st Career MLB HR in Two HR Day
75 Jackson Holliday – Top MLB Prospect Collects 1st Career Hit
80 Cedric Mullins – Clutch Catch and HR Powers Orioles to Win
88 Cedric Mullins – Saves the Day with 1st Career Walk-Off HR
123 Patrick Bailey – Sends Fans Home Happy After 2nd Career Walk-Off HR
133 Gunnar Henderson – Youngest in MLB History w/ 10+ HR Before May
178 Jordan Westburg – Orioles Tie Best Start in Club History on Walk-Off Single
195 Adley Rutschman – Second Career Walk-Off Homer Lifts Orioles to Win
211 Gunnar Henderson – 15th HR Is His Longest of the Season, Tied for MLB Lead
230 Colton Cowser – Incredible Home Run Robbing Catch Seals Road Win
237 Kyle Bradish – Strikes Out 11 Over Seven No-Hit Innings
243 Gunnar Henderson – 4th Orioles Players to Reach 50 HRs Before Age 23

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2024 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Boston Red Sox

14 Tyler O’Neill – MLB Record with 5th Consecutive Opening Day HR
58 Tyler O’Neill – Sets Club Record for Most HRs Through 1st 10 Games
59 Boston Red Sox – 2004 Red Sox World Series Reunion
78 Rob Gronkowski – Gronk Spikes Signature 1st Pitch at Fenway Park
91 Tanner Houck – Tosses ‘Maddux’ CGSO in Shortest Game Since ’10
101 Cam Booser – Oldest Red Sox Player to Debut Since 1947
125 Ceddanne Rafaela – Makes Red Sox History After 7 RBI Performance
194 Romy Gonzalez – Belts Walk-Off Single in 12-Inning Battle
210 Rafael Devers – Ties Red Sox Record w/ Homer in 5th Straight Game
215 Rafael Devers – Sets Red Sox Record with HRs in 6 Straight Games
246 Dustin Pedroia – Red Sox Legend Inducted Into Team Hall of Fame

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2024 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Chicago Cubs

27 Shota Imanaga – Tosses 9 Strikeouts in Dominant Debut
60 Christopher Morel – Cubs Star Launches 1st Grand Slam of MLB Career
72 Shota Imanaga – Makes Cubs History in 1st Three Career Starts
82 Michael Busch – Ties Cubs Record with 5 HRs in Last 5 Games
105 Shota Imanaga – Sets Cubs Mark for 0 ER Allowed in Expansion Era
118 Pete Crow-Armstrong – Top Cubs Rookie Gets 1st Hit on 1st Career HR
121 Shota Imanaga – 1st Since 1945 with 4-0 Record, Sub-1.00 ERA in First 5 Games
147 Shota Imanaga – 4th Best ERA Through 6 Starts in MLB History
165 Shota Imanaga – 3rd-Lowest ERA Through 1st 7 Outings Since 1913
166 Michael Busch – 9th-Inning Homer Gives Cubs First Walk-Off of ’24
207 Shota Imanaga / Fernando Valenzuela – Cubs Hurler Has Lowest ERA Since Valenzuela Through 9 Starts
238 Ben Brown – Rookie Tosses Seven No-Hit Innings in Win

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2024 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Chicago White Sox

160 Bryan Ramos – Club’s 4th-Ranked Prospect Logs 1st Career Hit & RBI

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2024 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Cincinnati Reds

25 Christian Encarnacion-Strand – Reds Star Cracks Walk-Off Home Run
50 Elly De La Cruz – 1st to Log 450-Foot & Inside-the-Park HR in a Game
68 Elly De La Cruz – 449-Ft. Blast Makes for 4 HRs in 4 Games
95 Elly De La Cruz – Youngest Reds Player w/ 3 SBs & HR in Single Game
135 Elly De La Cruz – 1st in MLB History w/ 8 HR & 17 SB in Single Month
169 Elly De La Cruz – 2nd-Most Reds Swipes Through 36 Games SInce 1901
176 Stuart Fairchild – 1st Reds Pinch-Hit Inside-the-Park HR Since ’77
200 Elly De La Cruz – 8th Player Since 1901 w/ 30+ Stolen Bases in Team’s 1st 44 Games

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2024 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Cleveland Guardians

17 José Ramírez – Moves to 5th in Guardians History for Career HRs
49 José Ramírez – Most HRs by a Third-Baseman in Cleveland History
64 Josh Naylor / Bo Naylor – Brothers Celebrate National Siblings Day w/ Clutch Hits
163 Larry Doby / José Ramírez – Passes Doby for Most Go-Ahead HRs in Cleveland History
168 Kyle Manzardo – Highly-Rated Guardians Prospect Gets 1st MLB Hit
206 José Ramírez – Moves to 4th All-Time on Cleveland HRs List
209 Will Brennan – Crushes Clutch 3-Run Walk-Off HR Against Rivals
233 José Ramírez / Josh Naylor / David Fry – Trio Goes Back-to-Back-to-Back in Cleveland Victory
235 José Ramírez – Guardians Slugger Is 1st in MLB to 50 RBI
253 Daniel Schneemann – Notches First MLB Hit on First Pitch Seen

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2024 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Colorado Rockies

39 Ryan McMahon – Cracks Grand Slam Walk-Off Shot for Rockies Win
137 Jordan Beck – Highly Rated Prospect Logs Multi-Hit MLB Debut
171 Charlie Blackmon – Moves Into 4th on Rockies All-Time RBI List
196 Jordan Beck – Smashes 1st Career HR to Extend Rockies Win Streak

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2024 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Detroit Tigers

10 Colt Keith – Top Prospect Records 1st MLB Hit on Opening Day
140 Jack Flaherty – Ties AL Record Striking Out 1st 7 Batters
141 Wenceel Pérez – 1st Tigers Rookie to HR on Both Sides Since ’96
162 Tarik Skubal – Youngest Tigers Pitcher w/ 12 Ks in a Game Since ’10
181 Tarik Skubal – 1st Tigers Starter to Begin Season 5-0 Since 2016
228 Colt Keith – 1st MLB Home Run Sets Tone in 6-2 Win vs. Toronto
236 Matt Vierling – 2nd Homer of the Game Is Three-Run Walk-Off

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2024 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Homestead Grays

241 Josh Gibson – Baseball Legend Becomes MLB Career Batting Leader

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2024 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Houston Astros

30 Ronel Blanco – Throws First No-Hitter of the 2024 Season
46 Ronel Blanco – Rookie Sets Hitless Mark to Start Season
79 C.J. Stroud – Top QB Delivers a Strike for Astros 1st Pitch
97 Justin Verlander – Passes Niekro to Become 12th on All-Time Ks List in 2024 Debut
119 Alex Bregman – Star Third Baseman Collects 1,000th Career Hit
127 Yordan Alvarez – 17th Multi-HR Game, 3rd Most in Astros History
142 Victor Caratini – Slams Walk-Off Two-Run Homer in the 10th
143 Joey Loperfido – 1st Career Hit Plates Two in Astros Win
151 Jose Altuve – Joins Elite MLB Club After 300th Career Steal
187 Spencer Arrighetti – Highly-Touted Prospect Earns 1st Career MLB Win
193 Alex Bregman – 1st in Astros History w/ XBHs in 5-Straight ABs
198 Joey Loperfido – Top Astros Prospect Hits 1st Career Home Run
208 Justin Verlander – Climbs MLB All-Time Ks List, Moving to 11th
231 Justin Verlander – Passes Maddux, Moves Into Top 10 in All-Time Strikeouts

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2024 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Kansas City Royals

65 Bobby Witt Jr. – Makes Royals History in Strong Day at the Plate
71 Salvador Perez – 12th Primary Catcher w/ 250 HRs in AL/NL History
173 Dairon Blanco – 2nd in 50 Years w/ HR, 2 SBs, 2B & Bunt in a Game
185 Seth Lugo – 4th Royals Pitcher to Log 12 Ks & 0 Walks in a Game
220 Bobby Witt Jr. – Two-Homer Night Highlighted by Longest of Career

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2024 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Los Angeles Angels

6 Mike Trout – 1st HR of 2024 Opening Day Sets Club Record
55 Mike Trout – 1st Angels Player w/ 6 HRs in 1st 11 Games
115 Mike Trout – Angels Superstar Belts 1st Leadoff HR Since 2012

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2024 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Los Angeles Dodgers

1 Shohei Ohtani – Collects 1st Hit and 1st RBI in 2-Hit Dodgers Debut
5 Mookie Betts – 1st HR of 2024 MLB Season Highlights Monster Game
9 Shohei Ohtani – Superstar Collects First Hit at Dodger Stadium
18 Mookie Betts – Sets Dodgers Record for Most Leadoff HRs
24 Yoshinobu Yamamoto – 5 Ks Over 5 Scoreless IP in Dodgers Stadium Debut
33 Mookie Betts – Tallies 1,500th Career Hit with Massive HR
36 Shohei Ohtani – Blasts First Home Run as Member of the Dodgers
42 Yoshinobu Yamamoto – Fires Five Scoreless Frames to Secure 1st MLB Win
56 Tyler Glasnow – Most Ks by a Dodgers Pitcher Since 2019
70 Hideki Matsui / Shohei Ohtani – Ohtani Ties All-Time Japanese-Born MLB HR Record at 175
86 Mookie Betts – Collects 3rd 5-Hit Game of His Career
87 Andy Pages – Dodgers Rookie Logs 1st Career Hit on 1st Pitch
90 Landon Knack – Dodgers Prospect Logs 1st K in MLB Debut
106 Shohei Ohtani – Rises to Become MLB All-Time Japanese HR Leader
107 Andy Pages – Dodgers Rookie Crushes First Career Home Run
113 Shohei Ohtani – Smashes Hardest Hit HR in Dodgers Statcast History
128 Shohei Ohtani – 119.2 MPH Hit Is Fastest in MLB This Season
152 Andy Pages – Top Rookie Notches First Career Walk-Off in Extras
158 Max Muncy – 1st Career 3-HR Game Highlights Win Over Braves
161 Shohei Ohtani – Crushes 464-Foot HR, 3rd Longest of His Career
164 Shohei Ohtani – Most Total Bases in 1st 36 Games w/ the Dodgers
167 Yoshinobu Yamamoto – 1st Dodgers Pitcher to Start Game w/ 19 Strikes
188 Mookie Betts – Moves to 5th in All-Time Lead-Off Home Runs
202 Shohei Ohtani – Superstar Belts Homer on “Shohei Ohtani Day” in LA
207 Shota Imanaga / Fernando Valenzuela – Cubs Hurler Has Lowest ERA Since Valenzuela Through 9 Starts

212 Shohei Ohtani – Hits 1st Career Walk-Off as a Dodgers Player
242 Will Smith – Becomes 4th Dodgers Catcher to Reach 100-HR Club
251 Shohei Ohtani – Joins Ichiro As 2nd Japanese-Born Player with 100 SBs, 100 HRs

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2024 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Miami Marlins

48 Max Meyer – 2020 1st-Rounder Picks Up 1st MLB Win
124 Anthony Maldonado – Makes Impressive MLB Debut with 3 Scoreless IP
144 Dane Myers – Rookie Completes Comeback with Walk-Off Single
227 Braxton Garrett – Marlins Lefty Fires 1st Career CG SHO on 95 Pitches

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2024 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Milwaukee Brewers

16 Jackson Chourio – Collects 1st Hit, RBI and SB in MLB Debut
37 Jackson Chourio – Brewers Top Prospect Hits First Career HR
62 Jackson Merrill / Jackson Holliday / Jackson Chourio – A-B-C, Youngest in the MLB, It’s the Jackson 3 Rookies
104 Jackson Chourio – 4th-Youngest Since 1900 w/ 4 HRs Through 17 Games
122 Joey Ortiz – 1st MLB HR & Walk-Off Bests Yankees in Extras
138 Tyler Black – Logs 1st Big-League Hit & RBI in MLB Debut
174 Robert Gasser – 1st Brewers Pitcher Since ’17 w/ 6 Scoreless Innings in Debut
248 Christian Yelich – Five-Hit, Five RBI Game Includes 300th Double
257 Rhys Hoskins – Fan Favorite Homers in Emotional Return to Philly

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2024 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Minnesota Twins

53 Austin Martin – 2020 1st-Rounder Logs 1st MLB Hit
148 Minnesota Twins – Log 10th Straight Win for Longest Streak Since ’08

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2024 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – New York Mets

38 Pete Alonso – Fastest in Mets History to Reach 500 RBI
67 Tyler Jay – 2015 1st-Rounder Secures Win in MLB Debut
77 Dwight Gooden – Mets Legend Gets His Jersey Retired at Citi Field
126 Pete Alonso – Plunges Into MLB History After Hitting 200th HR
129 Mark Vientos – Smashes Walk-Off Home Run in Extra Innings
146 New York Mets – Breaks Citi Field Record for Most Hot Dogs Eaten
149 Francisco Lindor – Flu Game: Star SS Comes Off the Bench to Hit Walk-Off
150 Nicky Cass – Comedian Tosses the 1st Pitch at Citi Field
159 Christian Scott – Mets 5th Overall Prospect Fans Six in MLB Debut
184 Brandon Nimmo – Gifts a Mother’s Day Walk-Off HR to Mets Fans
250 Darryl Strawberry – Mets Retire Strawberry’s No. 18 on Special Day

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2024 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – New York Yankees

11 Juan Soto – Clutch 9th-Inning Assist Highlights Yankees Debut
21 Juan Soto – 1st HR on Yankees Is Go-Ahead Game-Winner
51 Juan Soto – 1st Yankee Stadium HR as a Member of the Team
63 Giancarlo Stanton – 76th Player to Homer Against All 30 MLB Teams
70 Hideki Matsui / Shohei Ohtani – Ohtani Ties All-Time Japanese-Born MLB HR Record at 175
76 Aaron Judge / Derek Jeter – 260th Career HR Ties Jeter on Yankees All-Time List
89 Juan Soto – 7th Youngest to Reach 500 RBI in Last 50 Years
98 Juan Soto – 2nd Yankees Hitter w/ 5 HR & 20 RBI in 1st 20 G
117 Aaron Judge – All Rise: Judge Passes Jeter on Yankees HR List
130 Anthony Volpe – 2nd-Youngest in Yankees History to Hit a B-Day HR
131 Anthony Rizzo – 12th Active Player to Reach 300 Career HRs
170 Juan Soto / Aaron Jude / Giancarlo Stanton – 1st Time Yankees Slugging Trio Homers in Same Game
172 Aaron Judge – Bronx Bomber’s 473-Ft HR Ties Longest of 2024
190 Juan Soto / Mickey Mantle – Passes Yankee Legend for Most Walks Before Age 26
197 Aaron Judge – Crushes 467-Foot HR in 1st Career 3-Double Game
205 Luis Gil – Sets Yankees Record for Most Ks by a Rookie
225 Luis Gil – 3rd Yankees Starter w/ 6+ IP Allowing 1 Run or Fewer Over 5 Starts
232 Juan Soto / Aaron Judge – Sluggers Go Back-to-Back for First Time vs. Padres
234 Aaron Judge – Tallies 900th Career Hit in 4th Straight Game w/ a HR
240 Anthony Volpe – 20-Game Hit Streak Joins Elite Yankees Company

244 Luis Gil – Caps Off 6-0 Month with Dominant Road Outing
245 Aaron Judge – 24 XBHs in Month Marks Yankees Most Since 1937
249 Aaron Judge – Two-Homer Night Equals Yankees Hitting History
254 Juan Soto – 2-HR Day Includes Go-Ahead Winner to Complete Sweep

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2024 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Oakland Athletics

57 Shea Langeliers – 2nd Catcher in Athletics History w/ a 3-HR Game
69 Lawrence Butler – Belts 1st HR of ’24, Hits 1st Career Walk-Off
102 Max Schuemann – 1st MLB Hit Comes on a Game-Tying Home Run
156 Brett Harris, Oakland Athletics – Belts 1st 2 MLB Home Runs in 20-4 Blowout
157 Brent Rooker / Mark McGwire – 2-HR Inning Is 1st for Athletics Since McGwire’s in 1996
180 Joey Estes – Records 1st Big-League Win Over Rival Mariners

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2024 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Philadelphia Phillies

34 Bryce Harper – Scores 1,000th Run in Three Home Run Night
85 Ranger Suárez – Extends Scoreless Innings Streak to 18 w/ CGSO
92 Kyle Schwarber – Cracks 250th Career Homer in Multi-HR Game
96 Alec Bohm – Supercahrges Club’s Offense w/ 2 HR, 6 RBI Night
109 Ranger Suárez – Longest Phillies Scoreless Innings Streak Since ’11
120 Bryce Harper – Dad Strength: Powers HR After Birth of Baby Girl
175 Ranger Suárez – Lowest Phillies ERA Since 1916 Through 1st 8 Games
189 Aaron Nola – Records 4th Complete-Game Shutout in Four-Hitter
218 Ranger Suárez – 1st w/ 9-0 Start & Sub 1.50 ERA Through 10 Starts Since ’66
224 Shane Gillis – Actor/Comedian Tosses Strike Before Phillies Win
226 Philadelphia Phillies – Ties Best Record for 35-Game Span Set in 1892

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2024 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Pittsburgh Pirates

23 Jared Jones – Strikes Out 10 En Route to 1st W in MLB Debut
43 Oneil Cruz – Hits Walk-Off Single After Clutch Throw Home
44 Juan Soto – Connects for 1st Hit & RBI at Yankee Stadium
74 Andrew McCutchen – Becomes 3rd Pirates Player to Hit 300 Career HRs
110 Jared Jones – 4th Since 1893 w/ at Least 7 Ks in 1st 5 Outings
155 Jared Jones – 10th Player Since 1901 w/ 52 Ks in 1st 7 Starts
179 Paul Skenes – Top-Ranked Pitching Prospect in MLB Makes Debut
199 Jared Jones – Records Most Swings & Misses in 1st 9 Career Games
201 Paul Skenes – Fires Six No-Hit Innings w/ 11 Ks in 1st MLB Win
216 Nick Gonzales – Hits 1st Career Walk-Off in 10th-Inning Rally
217 Oneil Cruz – Collects the Two Hardest Hits of the Season at 120+ MPH

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2024 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – San Diego Padres

2 Yuki Matsui – Gets First Career Strikeout in MLB Debut
4 Jackson Merrill – 20-Year-Old Bags 1st MLB and XBH in Same Game
20 Graham Pauley – Clobbers 3-Run HR for 1st MLB Hit
31 Jackson Merrill – Smacks First Career MLB Home Run
45 Jackson Merrill – 2nd-Youngest Padres Player w/ a 4-Hit Game
52 Fernando Tatis Jr. – Clutch HR Caps Off Biggest Comeback in Padres History
62 Jackson Merrill / Jackson Holliday / Jackson Chourio – A-B-C, Youngest in the MLB, It’s the Jackson 3 Rookies
108 Fernando Tatis Jr. – Flies Through the Air to Make Leaping Catch
153 Luis Arraez – Back-to-Back Batting Champ Is Headed to San Diego
154 Luis Arraez – 1st Player w/ 4-Hit Game in Padres Debut
177 Luis Arraez – Hits Walk-Off in 1st San Diego Home Game
182 Fernando Tatis Jr. – Passes Father’s Career HR Total w/ 114th Blast
183 Yu Darvish – Collects 1,000th Career NL Strikeout in Win
219 Fernando Tatis Jr. – 3rd-Youngest Padres Player to Reach 500 Career Hits
239 Jeremiah Estrada – 13 Straight Ks Marks Longest Streak Since 1961

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2024 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – San Francisco Giants

8 Jung Hoo Lee – Giants Rookie Collects 1st Big-League Hit & RBI
19 Jung Hoo Lee – Belts 1st MLB HR in Win Over Padres
40 Thairo Estrada – Hits Walk-Off Double to Give Giants the Victory
93 Logan Webb – Retires Career-High 19 Straight Batters in Win
203 Masanori Murakami – First Japanese MLB Player Tosses First Pitch
229 Patrick Bailey – Go-Ahead Granny Leads to Giants Comeback History

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2024 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Seattle Mariners

22 Julio Rodríguez – Superstar Notches 1st Walk-Off of MLB Career
83 Jonatan Clase – Mariners Rookie Logs 1st Career Hit & RBI in Debut
136 Mitch Garver – Blasts 1st Career Walk-Off Homer in Dramatic Fashion
252 Ryan Bliss – Picks Up First MLB Hit, 2 SBs in Blowout Victory

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2024 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – St. Louis Cardinals

26 Victor Scott II – Top Cardinals Prospect Collects First MLB Hit
112 Nolan Gorman – Clutch Walk-Off HR Lifts Cardinals to a Win
191 Pedro Pagés – 1st Cardinals Player w/ 3+ RBI on 1st Hit Since ’08

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2024 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Tampa Bay Rays

204 Tyler Alexander – Hurls Seven and One-Third Perfect Innings in Win

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2024 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Texas Rangers

12 Wyatt Langford – Records 1st Career Hit and RBI in MLB Debut
13 Jonah Heim – Walk-Off RBI Single Gets Rangers an Opening Day Win
29 Adolis García – Rangers Stars Smacks 100th Career Home Run
47 Justin Foscue – Cub’s 5th Overall Prospect Gets 1st MLB Hit, RBI
94 Jack Leiter – 2021 2nd Overall Pick Suits Up for MLB Debut
132 Wyatt Langford – 1st Career HR Is Inside-the Park Sprint to Home
213 Yu Darvish – Earns 200th Career Win in Professional Baseball

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2024 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Toronto Blue Jays

73 Yariel Rodríguez – 1st Cuban-Born Pitcher to Start for the Blue Jays
134 Addison Barger – Collects 1st Career Hit and Run in Victory
247 Davis Schneider – 14th-Inning Walk-Off HR Ends Wild Night in Toronto

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2024 Topps Now Baseball Checklist – Washington Nationals

81 Mitchell Parker – 1st Nationals Rookie SP to Win Debut Since 2010
192 Trey Lipscomb – 1st Since ’16 w/ Multiple 3+ Hits & 3+ Stolen Base Games

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2 comments

  1. Jeremy Jones 21 April, 2024 at 21:06

    Is there any indication on the PR for image variation cards this year? Don’t see any odds or notation on this new addition in 2024. Thanks

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