2014 Topps Chrome Update Baseball Checklist and Megabox Details

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2014 Topps Chrome Update sees the line return in a “holiday megabox”.

A new collecting twist that began last season is back for another run as a retail-only edition of 2014 Topps Chrome Update will be found in boxes arriving in stores now. Each box includes five packs of 2014 Topps Update and two packs of Chrome Update for $14.99


The Chrome Update set will consist of 55 cards, while there will be 25 All-Star Stitches Chrome Relics to be found and 10 All -Star Stitches Chrome Relic Autos as well. The only other inserts will be 20 World Series Heroes cards.

Among the signers for this one will be American League Rookie of the Year Jose Abreu, Adam Jones, Brandon Moss, Charlie Blackmon, Glen Perkins, Josh Donaldson, Josh Harrison, Kyle Seager, Matt Carpenter and Nelson Cruz.

Among the notables with Relics are Andrew McCutchen, Adam Wainwright, Craig Kimbrel, Clayton Kershaw, Derek Jeter, Freddie Freeman, Felix Hernandez, Giancarlo Stanton, Abreu, Mike Trout, Miguel Cabrera, Paul Goldschmidt, Robinson Cano, Yu Darvish, Yoenis Cespedes and Yasiel Puig.

Click here to view a 2014 Topps Chrome Update checklist as released by Topps. 

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  1. Shaun Baus 18 November, 2014 at 16:49

    Big shock… No Kiermaier chrome card. Heck, not even a single chrome card of a Rays player. No thank you Topps.

  2. David J 18 November, 2014 at 21:07

    I’m still trying to finish the Gold refractor parallel set from 2013, but I will definitely be buying these and putting together some Chrome sets.

  3. Gary Mills 19 November, 2014 at 06:34

    Another kick in the pants for brick and mortar stores. Now I can send my customers to Target to try to complete their Topps Chrome sets. This along with Panini’s Donruss Factory sets with ALL Of the short prints does nothing but irritate the customers who built their sets from boxes purchased in my store.

  4. Paul Angilly 19 November, 2014 at 11:44

    Topps and other companies do a hell of a lot more hobby-only stuff than they do retail-only stuff. I don’t hear the owners of Target or Wal-Mart complaining about that. I respect hobby store owners, but you should realize that just because you decided to open a store doesn’t mean everyone has to cater to your wants. Retail products help get people into the hobby, which is good for everyone. Hobby shops are a good place to go for collectors, but they shouldn’t have to be the ONLY place to go.

  5. Eric M 30 November, 2014 at 17:15

    People are complaining about retail shops getting exclusives? Some of us don’t have an LCS within 10-20 miles and typically have to rely on eBay and other online stores. When you factor in what a lot of people charge for shipping, you’re overpaying for your box. No thanks.

  6. Dave 10 December, 2014 at 17:21

    This stuff is a home run this year. I’ve been unable to find boxes at target it Walmart.
    There are no boxes for sale on eBay or even packs and sets are already selling close to $70
    I guess topps cut the print run

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