Pete Alonso Rookie Card and Prospect Card Guide

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It hasn’t taken long for Pete Alonso to take a bite out of the Big Apple. After making the team out of spring training, he got off to a hot start — and not just by first-year standards. For example, Alonso set the Mets record for rookie home runs — getting the mark before the All-Star Game. In the first half of 2019, he wasn’t just one of baseball’s best rookies, Alonso was one of baseball best players, period. Now, it’s time for the Pete Alonso Rookie Card lineup to take shape.

That said, it’s not like he has a shortage of cards. Even before playing in his first game with the Mets, Alonso had hundreds of minor league and prospect cards. These date back to 2016, not long after New York took him in the second round of the draft.

Pete Alonso Rookie Card Guide

The following Pete Alonso Rookie Card lineup features cards marked with the RC tag in the Beckett Baseball Card Database and Price Guide. Inserts and parallels are not included. The list will continue to grow over the course of the year as more sets are released. Cards are listed alphabetically.


2019 Bowman Chrome Pete Alonso Rookie Card #48

Pete Alonso has had multiple Bowman Chrome cards before. But those all fall under the “Prospect” insert realm. This is his first as part of a main base set so it gets the RC tag. That said, it’s bound to be a largely overlooked card because when people think Pete Alonso and Bowman Chrome, they’re going to gravitate towards his 2016 autograph.

Parallels: Refractors (/499), Purple Refractors (/250), Blue Refractors (/150), Green Refractors (/99), Gold Refractors (/50), Orange Refractors (/25), Red Refractors (/5), Superfractors (1/1)

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2019 Certified Pete Alonso RC #25

Part of the anthology-style Panini Chronicles release, the 2019 Certified Pete Alonso is highlighted by bright foil stock. It becomes particularly apparent with its parallel colors.

Parallels: Green, Blue (/99), Mirror Gold (/25), Red (/25), Gold (/10), Black (1/1)

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2019 Classics Pete Alonso RC #5

Another one from Chronicles, the Classics card channels a decidedly retro vibe.

Parallels: Red (/99), Blue (/50), Pink (/25), Light Blue (/10), Green (/5), Black (1/1), Printing Plates Black (1/1), Printing Plates Cyan (1/1), Printing Plates Magenta (1/1), Printing Plates Yellow (1/1)

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2019 Donruss Pete Alonso Rookie Card #255

Part of an expansion to the original 2019 Donruss set, this card is actually found in packs of 2019 Panini Chronicles Baseball, an anthology release that brings together a lot of brands, most of which don’t have standalone sets of their own this season. It’s part of the Rated Rookie subset and carries with it the familiar icon.

Parallels: Red (/99), Blue (/50), Pink (/25), Light Blue (/10), Green (/5), Black (1/1), Printing Plates Black (1/1), Printing Plates Cyan (1/1), Printing Plates Magenta (1/1), Printing Plates Yellow (1/1)

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2019 Donruss Optic Pete Alonso Rookie Card #82

2019 Donruss Optic Baseball puts a chromium spin on the main Donruss release, at least mostly. Alonso isn’t in the original 2019 Donruss so this makes it stand out a little more. The parallel lineup is massive with lots of colors and a new pattern called Pandora introduced to the line by Panini.

Parallels: Holo, Carolina Blue and White, Lime Green, Pink, Red Wave, White Sparkles, Pink Velocity (/199), Red, White and Blue 150th Anniversary (/150), Purple Stars (/125), Orange (/99), Pandora (/99), Blue Pandora (/99), Purple Pandora (/99), Red Pandora (/99), We the People (/76), Blue (/75), Red (/60), Carolina Blue (/50), Teal Velocity (/35), Black (/25), Gold (/10), Blue Cracked Ice (/7), Green Cracked Ice (/7), Red Cracked Ice (/7), Green (/5), Gold Vinyl (1/1)

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2019 Finest Pete Alonso Rookie Card #44

2019 Topps Finest Baseball has the first traditional pack-issued MLB Pete Alonso Rookie Card. In typical Finest fashion, it’s both colorful and chromium. There’s a solid rainbow of Refractor parallels to chase as well. Alonso also has an on-card autograph in the product as well that uses much of the same design.

Parallels: Refractors, Purple Refractors (/250), Blue Refractors (/150), Green Refractors (/99), Gold Refractors (/50), Orange Refractors (/25), Red Refractors (/5), Superfractors (1/1)

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2019 Topps Finest Baseball 44 Pete Alonso RC




2019 Limited Pete Alonso RC #1

The roots of the Limited brand in the early ’90s brought with it a super premium (for the time) design. That’s not so much the case here, although it comes with ample white space giving it a more traditional approach than most of the other Alonso cards in Chronicles.

Parallels: Gold (/199), Blue (/99), Red (/50), Holo Silver (/25), Holo Gold (/10), Holo Platinum Blue (1/1), Printing Plates Black (1/1), Printing Plates Cyan (1/1), Printing Plates Magenta (1/1), Printing Plates Yellow (1/1)

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2019 Panini Ascension Pete Alonso RC #1

For those looking for a standard glossy approach to card stock and a colorful design, there’s Ascension. This is one of a handful of affordable Pete Alonso Rookie Cards found in 2019 Panini Chronicles.

Parallels: Gold (/199), Blue (/99), Red (/50), Holo Silver (/25), Holo Gold (/10), Holo Platinum Blue (1/1), Printing Plates Black (1/1), Printing Plates Cyan (1/1), Printing Plates Magenta (1/1), Printing Plates Yellow (1/1)

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2019 Panini Contenders Optic Pete Alonso RC #1

Bypassing the regular Contenders for the opti-chrome Contenders Optic, this one comes with several colorful parallels. You can find it in Chronicles packs.

Parallels: Holo, White Sparkle, Hyper (/299), Ruby Wave (/199), Blue Ice (/99), Purple (/75), Green (/50), Pink (/25), Orange (/17), Gold (/10), Gold Vinyl (1/1)

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2019 Panini Crusade Pete Alonso RC #1

The traditional chrome backdrop is not quite like Crusade of the 1990s, but the layout certainly channels the popular inserts. Many of the parallels bring the reflective shine that’s absent from the base version. This is another Chronicles card.

Parallels: Holo, White Sparkle, Hyper (/299), Ruby Wave (/199), Blue Ice (/99), Purple (/75), Green (/50), Pink (/25), Orange (/17), Gold (/10), Gold Vinyl (1/1)

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2019 Panini Leather and Lumber Pete Alonso RC Autograph #151 /149

If you’re looking for a reasonably priced autographed Pete Alonso RC, 2019 Panini Leather and Lumber certainly fits. The centerpiece of the card is Alonso’s signature, which comes on a piece of baseball leather. While many players also have additional cards (and more parallels) on pieces of glove leather and bat wood, Alonso only has the baseball version.

Parallels: Baseball Signatures Black (/125), Baseball Signatures Light Blue (/50), Baseball Signatures Black Gold (/25), Baseball Signatures Blue (/25), Baseball Signatures Pink (/25), Baseball Signatures Gold (/10), Baseball Signatures Green (/5), Baseball Signatures Red and Blue (1/1)

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2019 Panini National Treasures Pete Alonso RC Auto Patch #51 /49

As always for the brand, the 2019 Panini National Treasures Pete Alonso Rookie Card takes things to the high end. Here, that means an on-card autograph, jumbo patch swatch and a print run of just 49 copies.

Parallels: Gold (/25), Holo Gold (/20), Holo Silver (/10), Brand Logo (1/1), Platinum Blue (1/1), Printing Plates Black (1/1), Printing Plates Cyan (1/1), Printing Plates Magenta (1/1), Printing Plates Yellow (1/1), Tag (1/1)

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2019 Panini Obsidian Pete Alonso RC #45

Obsidian makes its baseball debut in 2019 Chronicles. The set is notable for its combination of dark backgrounds on chrome stock with etching for added pop.

Parallels: Electric Etch Purple (/99), Electric Etch Orange (/50), Electric Etch Red (/25), Electric Etch Yellow (/10), Electric Etch Green (/5), Electric Etch White Finite (1/1)

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2019 Panini Phoenix Pete Alonso RC #1

2019 Panini Chronicles has several chrome lines stuffed into packs. Phoenix is one of them. This Pete Alonso RC comes with a bold design that pops even more with its many parallels.

Parallels: Holo, White Sparkle, Hyper (/299), Ruby Wave (/199), Blue Ice (/99), Purple (/75), Green (/50), Pink (/25), Orange (/17), Gold (/10), Gold Vinyl (1/1)

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2019 Panini Spectra Pete Alonso RC #45

2019 Panini Spectra, another Chronicles inclusion, takes opti-chrome and gives it a more high-end touch with thicker card stock. One of the larger portions of Chronicles, this one could prove to be somewhat tough to find over time.

Parallels: Neon Blue (/99), Neon Pink (/75), Neon Green (/49), Red Mosaic (/25), Gold (/10), Green (/5), Nebula (1/1)

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2019 Panini Status Pete Alonso RC #7

The 2019 Panini Status Pete Alonso Rookie Card (available in Chronicles) is like an abstract hybrid of Elite and 1991-92 SkyBox Basketball. The resulting design somehow manages to be both bold and subtle.

Parallels: Green, Blue (/99), Red (/25), Gold (/10), Black (1/1)

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2019 Panini Titan Pete Alonso RC #1

Titan, which made its debut in Chronicles, takes chrome into space. The celestial theme gives this Pete Alonso RC a Metal Universe kind of vibe — at least from the now defunt Fleer brand’s more subtle days.

Parallels: Holo, White Sparkle, Hyper (/299), Ruby Wave (/199), Blue Ice (/99), Purple (/75), Green (/50), Pink (/25), Orange (/17), Gold (/10), Gold Vinyl (1/1)

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2019 Panini Unparalleled Pete Alonso RC #7

The 2019 Panini Unparalleled Pete Alonso Rookie Card is only available in Chronicles blasters. Rather than the usual mix of colors, parallels go with foil background patterns and graphics.

Parallels: Astral, Galactic, Diamond (/99), Squared (/25), Orbit (/10), Burst (1/1)

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2019 Playoff Pete Alonso RC #1

Action is on display with this Pete Alonso card. It’s one of the things Playoff is known for. Traditionally a standalone release, this is another set from Chronicles packs.

Parallels: Gold (/199), Blue (/99), Red (/50), Holo Silver (/25), Holo Gold (/10), Holo Platinum Blue (1/1), Printing Plates Black (1/1), Printing Plates Cyan (1/1), Printing Plates Magenta (1/1), Printing Plates Yellow (1/1)

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2019 Rookies & Stars Pete Alonso RC #1

Similar in a lot of ways to Playoff (including the Chronicles connection), this one offers up a clean, action-centered design and lower price tag.

Parallels: Gold (/199), Blue (/99), Red (/50), Holo Silver (/25), Holo Gold (/10), Holo Platinum Blue (1/1), Printing Plates Black (1/1), Printing Plates Cyan (1/1), Printing Plates Magenta (1/1), Printing Plates Yellow (1/1)

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2019 Score Pete Alonso RC #4

2019 Score Baseball opts for something different. It channels a small part of the 1991 Score set and its cartoon caricatures. While it might not be for everyone, the approach is distinct and certainly stands out. It can be found in Chronicles packs.

Parallels: Red (/99), Blue (/50), Pink (/25), Light Blue (/10), Green (/5), Black (1/1), Printing Plates Black (1/1), Printing Plates Cyan (1/1), Printing Plates Magenta (1/1), Printing Plates Yellow (1/1)

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2019 Stadium Club Pete Alonso Rookie Card #272

The 2019 Stadium Club Pete Alonso is one that’s slick to touch and uses a borderless design to emphasize the image. The photo here isn’t exactly the most captivating, though. Since being relaunched, Stadium Club is most popular with casual collectors and set builders. As a result, singles like these can often get overlooked and prices stay in the moderate range.

Parallels: Black and White, Black Foil, First Day Issue, Members Only, Photographer’s Proof, Red Foil, Rainbow Foil (/25), Gold Rainbow (1/1)

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2019 Stadium Club Pete Alonso RC




2019 Timeless Treasures Pete Alonso RC #1

The 2019 Timeless Treasures Pete Alonso uses some old-fashioned lines and some modern foil. The resulting card, which is in Chronicles, is clean, vibrant and affordable.

Parallels: Gold (/199), Blue (/99), Red (/50), Holo Silver (/25), Holo Gold (/10), Holo Platinum Blue (1/1), Printing Plates Black (1/1), Printing Plates Cyan (1/1), Printing Plates Magenta (1/1), Printing Plates Yellow (1/1)

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2019 Topps Pete Alonso Rookie Card #475

Found in packs of 2019 Topps Series 2, this is one of the most common cards Alonso has. But it’s also his flagship Rookie Card so that will give it some weight even if it’s not overly expensive. This is the line that collectors connect with tradition, which is big in all areas of sports cards but baseball in particular.

Parallels: 150th Anniversary, All-Star Game Foil, Purple, Rainbow Foil, Gold (/2019), Factory Set Foilboard (/162), Advanced Stats (/150), Vintage Stock (/99), Independence Day (/76), Black (/67), Father’s Day Blue (/50), Mother’s Day Pink (/50), Memorial Day Camo (/25), Clear (/10), Platinum (1/1), Printing Plates Black (1/1), Printing Plates Cyan (1/1), Printing Plates Magenta (1/1), Printing Plates Yellow (1/1)

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2019 Topps Pete Alonso Rookie Card




2019 Topps Allen & Ginter Pete Alonso Rookie Card #182

True to A&G form, this Pete Alonso Rookie Card has a retro vibe meant to mirror the brand’s tobacco card origins from more than a century ago. A lot of collectors chase the inserts and other elements in the product, meaning the base cards are generally reasonably priced and even overlooked. Alonso does have a framed autograph in the product as well.

Parallels: Hot Box Gold Border, Mini, Mini A and G Back, Mini Black Border, Mini Gold Border, Mini No Number (50 Copies), Mini Brooklyn Back (/25), Glossy (1/1), Mini Glossy (1/1), Mini Framed Printing Plates Black (1/1), Mini Framed Printing Plates Cyan (1/1), Mini Framed Printing Plates Magenta (1/1), Mini Framed Printing Plates Yellow (1/1), Mini Wood (1/1)

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2019 Topps Allen & Ginter X Pete Alonso RC #283

2019 Allen & Ginter X Baseball was available originally as an exclusive on the Topps website. It sold out in a matter of minutes. It offers a dark turn on the regular Allen & Ginter set. More significant here is the smaller print run. Even if it’s not scarce, there’s still significantly less than the more plentiful white background version. Alonso also has a Framed Mini Autograph in the product.

Parallels: Mini, Mini Red (/5), Mini Silver (1/1)

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2019 Topps Allen & Ginter X Baseball Pete Alonso RC




2019 Topps Archives Pete Alonso Rookie Card #222

The 2019 Topps Archives Pete Alonso Rookie Card wears its nostalgia on its sleeve. Done in the style of 1993 Topps, for some it may evoke memories of sluggers like Ken Griffey Jr., Frank Thomas and maybe even Mo Vaughn. The card has a handful of parallels including a tough but not numbered Gold version done in the style of 1993 Topps Gold.

Parallels: Gold, Purple (/175), Silver (/99), Blue (/25), Gold Foilboard (1/1)

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2019 Topps Archives Snapshots Pete Alonso Rookie Card #AS-PA

The tradition of Archives Snapshots being an online-exclusive continues with the 2019 set. The idea behind it is that Topps pulls photos from their catalog. The look is straightforward. It being part of a limited release may make it a little tough to find in-person, but the base version shouldn’t be considered rare. They are out there, just not in the numbers of a lot of his other basic releases.

Parallels: Black and White, Blue (/50), Gold (/10), Black (1/1)

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2019 Topps Chrome Pete Alonso Rookie Card #204

Just as it has for more than 20, 2019 Topps Chrome puts a shiny chromium spin on the season’s main Topps Baseball set. Readily available, it doesn’t cost much in its base form. However, there are plenty of Refractor parallels to chase as well that can get elusive. Alonso also has a similar looking Rookie Autograph.

Parallels: Refractors, Negative Refractors, Pink Refractors, Prism Refractors, Sepia Refractors, X-fractors, Purple Refractors (/299), Blue Refractors (/150), Green Refractors (/99), Green Wave Refractors (/99), Blue Wave Refractors (/75), Gold Refractors (/50), Gold Wave Refractors (/50), Orange Refractors (/25), Orange Wave Refractors (/25), Red Refractors (/5), Red Wave Refractors (/5), Printing Plates Black (1/1), Printing Plates Cyan (1/1), Printing Plates Magenta (1/1), Printing Plates Yellow (1/1), Superfractors (1/1)

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2019 Topps Chrome Baseball Pete Alonso RC




2019 Topps Diamond Icons Pete Alonso RC Autograph #AC-PA /25

With just 25 copies, this is a scarce Pete Alonso Rookie Card. The inclusion of an autograph and the fact that 2019 Topps Diamond Icons is one of the most expensive sets of the year means that you’re likely looking at a fairly hefty price tag as well. That said, when most collectors look to this line, they’re looking more for “autographs” than “Rookie Cards.”

Parallels: Purple (/10), Red (/5), Gold (1/1)

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2019 Topps Fire Pete Alonso RC #128

The big, bold designs of digital artist Tyson Beck are back for 2019 Topps Fire Baseball. As with the previous couple of years, the set is a Target exclusive. That doesn’t make it rare, but it can be a little trickier for collectors to find packs if they don’t have one of the stores nearby or their local Target is sold out. This is one of those designs that won’t appeal to everyone but will have fans in those looking for something non-traditional.

Parallels: Blue Chip, Flame, Gold Mint, Onyx, Orange (/299), Green (/199), Purple (/99), Magenta (/25), Inferno (1/1)

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2019 Topps Five Star Pete Alonso RC Autograph #FSA-PA

Surrounded by some big-name veterans and retired players, rookies can sometimes get overlooked in Five Star. Pete Alonso’s card in the base autograph portion of the product has an on-card signature. This is its big draw. There’s also an elegant design with some intricate foil highlights. Alonso has other autograph cards in 2019 Topps Five Star as well.

Parallels: Purple (/50), Blue (/25), Green (/15), Gold (/10), Orange (/5), Red (1/1)

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2019 Topps Heritage Pete Alonso Rookie Card #519

Found in packs of 2019 Topps Heritage High Number, this card pays homage to 1970 Topps Baseball. Besides a handful of parallels, the card has four different variations. Although easy to find, Heritage Rookies traditionally do well over time. Don’t expect this card to fetch large amounts, but don’t be surprised to find a small premium over many of the more common Pete Alonso Rookie Cards.

Parallels: French Text, Silver Metal, Mini (/100), Black Border (50 copies), Reverse Stock (5 copies)

Variations: Action Image, Error, Nickname, Team Name Color Swap

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2019 Topps Museum Collection Pete Alonso Rookie Card #79

Although it might not appear too fancy at first glance, the 2019 Topps Museum Collection Pete Alonso RC does come from a high-end leaning product. That means that the card should get a little bit tougher to find as time goes on and supply dries up. It might not be a particularly rare card overall, but this isn’t the type of product that individual collectors or even dealers get a chance to hoard.

Parallels: Copper, Sapphire (/150), Amethyst (/99), Ruby (/50), Emerald (1/1)

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2019 Topps Museum Collection Pete Alonso Rookie Card



Key Pete Alonso Pre-Rookie and Prospect Cards

The following is a list of some of the top early Pete Alonso cards released before his first traditional Rookie Card. It is not an exhaustive list of everything that’s out there. Rather it focuses on some of his earliest releases and notable autographs. The Beckett database has a massive list of Pete Alonso cards.


2016 Bowman Chrome Draft Pete Alonso #BDC92

2016 Bowman Draft has the first MLB Pete Alonso cards. These come in a variety of forms including a basic 2016 Bowman Chrome Draft card. It’s a base-style issue that while affordable, has seen a significant spike in the time surrounding his MLB debut. Refractors come in a variety of levels and quantities as well. Alonso also has a regular Bowman card that’s virtually identical to this except it comes on traditional glossy stock. The Chrome version is the more valuable of the two.

Parallels: Refractors, Sky Blue Refractors, Purple Refractors (/250), Blue Refractors (/150), Green Refractors (/99), Gold Refractors (/50), Orange Refractors (/25), Red Refractors (/5), Printing Plates Black (1/1), Printing Plates Cyan (1/1), Printing Plates Magenta (1/1), Printing Plates Yellow (1/1), Superfractors (1/1)

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2016 Bowman Chrome Draft Pete Alonso




2016 Bowman Chrome Draft Draft Pick Autographs Pete Alonso #CDA-PA

As far as widely available cards go, the 2016 Bowman Chrome Draft Pete Alonso autograph is a cornerstone. In current sets, first Bowman Chrome autographs are predominantly king. And that’s exactly what you see here. While it’s not Alonso’s only 2016 autograph card, it does have him in his Mets gear. The on-card signature and many Refractor parallels are among the other notable features.

Parallels: Refractors (/499), Purple Refractors (/250), Blue Refractors (/150), Blue Wave Refractors (/150), Green Refractors (/99), Black Refractors (/75), Gold Refractors (/50), Gold Wave Refractors (/50), Orange Refractors (/25), Red Refractors (/5), Red Wave Refractors (/5), Black Wave Refractors (1/1), Printing Plates Black (1/1), Printing Plates Cyan (1/1), Printing Plates Magenta (1/1), Printing Plates Yellow (1/1), Superfractors (1/1)

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2016 Bowman Chrome Draft Pete Alonso Autograph




2016 Elite Extra Edition Autographs Pete Alonso #64

If you’re looking for an early Pete Alonso autograph but the Bowman Chrome is out of your budget, 2016 Elite Extra Edition is a solid alternative. Like Bowman Chrome, it’s hard-signed. And while he’s not in a Mets uniform, the first baseman is shown in his Florida Gators gear. The base version isn’t numbered, but it appears to be relatively rare. All of its parallels are serial numbered.

Parallels: Status Red Die Cut (/75), Aspirations Blue (/50), Aspirations Purple (/25), Charcoal (/25), Status Emerald Die Cut (/25), Aspirations Tie Dye (/10), Black (/10), Status Tie Dye Die Cut (/5), Aspirations Gold (1/1), Printing Plates Black (1/1), Printing Plates Cyan (1/1), Printing Plates Magenta (1/1), Printing Plates Yellow (1/1), Status Gold Die Cut (1/1)

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2016 Elite Extra Edition College Ticket Autographs Pete Alonso #36

This Contenders-themed card is found in packs of 2016 Elite Extra Edition. It takes on the ticket theme the brand is known for. Using more traditional stock, it’s an option for those who prefer a more toned down take over foil and chromium. This is a somewhat tough card to find and its parallels don’t amount to much as far as print runs go.

Parallels: Cracked Ice (/24), Playoff (/15), Championship (1/1), Printing Plates Black (1/1), Printing Plates Cyan (1/1), Printing Plates Magenta (1/1), Printing Plates Yellow (1/1)

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2016 Elite Extra Edition Contenders College Ticket Autographs Pete Alonso




2016 Brooklyn Cyclones Choice Pete Alonso #1

This is one of three tough minor league cards featuring Pete Alonso that were released in 2016. Issued as part of a Brooklyn Cyclones team set, the target audience was local fans. Like a lot of minor league cards, looking for a full team set might prove to be easier than tracking down the card on its own.


2016 Brooklyn Cyclones Choice Pete Alonso




2016 NY-Penn League All-Star Game South Grandstand Pete Alonso

Another minor league card, this one comes from Grandstand and is part of a set highlighting the best the Single-A New York-Penn League had to offer.

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2016 NY-Penn League All-Star Game South Pete Alonso




2016 NY-Penn League Top Prospects Choice Pete Alonso #7

Alonso is one of 28 different players to get the spotlight in Choice’s 2016 New York-Penn League Top Prospects set. Like his other two minor league cards, this is not an easy one to track down.





2017 Topps Heritage Real One Autographs Pete Alonso #ROA-PA

Real One Autographs are synonymous with the Topps Heritage line, whether that’s in a MLB set or MiLB one. Since shifting to on-card signatures in 2016, Heritage Minors autographs have seen a further boost. While not on the same level as his Bowman Chrome autograph, this one definitely has an audience. Besides the traditional color parallels, there’s also one that doesn’t have Alonso’s first name on the front. As far as signature quality goes, be aware that some of them go off the side of the card.

Parallels: No First Name, Blue (/75), Gray (/25), Orange (1/1)

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2017 Topps Heritage Minors Pete Alonso Autograph




2017 Topps Pro Debut Autographs Pete Alonso #41

The 2017 Topps Pro Debut Pete Alonso autograph hails from the company’s flagship MiLB release. Unlike Heritage, the signature here comes on a sticker, taking it down a notch for some.

Parallels: Green (/99), Orange (/25), Red (/10), Black (1/1)

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2017 Topps Pro Debut Pete Alonso Autograph




2019 Topps Big League Variations Pete Alonso #20

Pete Alonso was a late addition to the 2019 Topps Big League checklist. Because it’s a variation short print (sharing #20 with the common Matt Carpenter), it doesn’t fit traditional Rookie Card definitions. That said, many will likely view it as one or something close. Topps didn’t release print run info, but even though it’s tougher than regular base cards, it’s not a rare card.

Parallels: Blue, Gold, Rainbow Foil (/100), Artist Renditions (/50), Red Foil (1/1)

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2019 Topps Big League Baseball Pete Alonso




2019 Topps Now Pete Alonso #12 (also #32 with autographs)

It didn’t take long for Pete Alonso to have multiple cards in 2019 Topps Now Baseball. His first, #12, highlights his MLB debut at the start of the season. It has 2,040 copies, which is based on what was sold during its 24-hour sales window. Alonso’s second Topps Now card, #32, highlights his first career home run. It also has autograph versions. Within a short time, Alonso appeared on several 2019 Topps Now cards.

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2019 Topps Now Baseball 12 Pete Alonso




Topps Living Set Pete Alonso #176

Released less than a month into the 2019 season, the Topps Living Set Pete Alsonso card was available exclusively on the Topps website for one week. In that time it sold 8,695 copies. Although a large number, several players have sold more. The idea behind the Living Set is that it continues to grow non-stop over several years. Art is done by Mayumi Seto.

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2019 Topps Living Set Pete Alonso


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Ryan Cracknell

A collector for much of his life, Ryan focuses primarily on building sets, Montreal Expos and interesting cards. He's also got one of the most comprehensive collections of John Jaha cards in existence (not that there are a lot of them). Got a question, story idea or want to get in touch? You can reach him by email and through Twitter @tradercracks.

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7 comments

  1. paul hertel 25 June, 2019 at 13:56

    ryan-any info regarding a 2019 bowman platinum baseball product?…….normally it comes out the 1st-2nd week of july but no word on it yet…..

    • Ryan Cracknell 26 June, 2019 at 10:44

      @paul – I suspect we’ll be hearing soon if it’s coming out this year.

  2. John S. 11 September, 2019 at 04:10

    Looks like his Topps rookie sticker is getting the shaft as always. The sticker actually has a card back this year, so it should count right?

    • Ryan Cracknell 11 September, 2019 at 10:56

      @John — Stickers have never been considered RCs in the database. I doubt they ever will. They’re stickers, not cards. This year, even with the card backs — which have existed in the past and still weren’t given the RC tag — the players on the card don’t match the player on the stickers. So Alonso is still a sticker. That shouldn’t take away from their enjoyment and it’s not a knock on them. They just aren’t classified as an RC in this database. If there was an RS notation for Rookie Stickers, then it would be an RS.

  3. Brandon 14 November, 2019 at 18:38

    Is there not a “panini – diamond king” rookie card? If im not mistaken, diamond kings is panini’s most popular line, and with all of those cards on that list that are panini, I dont see a DK. I do see RC’s in the DK sets. Surely, they would want to have a card in thier most popular set for the years hottest rookie. Why dont they? Or do they, and im just missing it?

    • Ryan Cracknell 14 November, 2019 at 18:52

      @Brandon – 2019 Diamond Kings came out at the start of April. While he was starting out the season hot, it’s likely the checklist was pretty much set well before that.

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