- 350 cards in the set
- Cards are numbered 351-700
- Cards per pack: Hobby 14, Hobby Jumbo 46, Retail 16, Retail Value Pack 36, Retail Blaster 14
- Packs per box: Hobby 24, Hobby Jumbo 10, Retail 24 or 36
- Boxes per case: Hobby 12, Hobby Jumbo 6, Retail 12 (for the 24 pack) & 6 (for the 36 pack)
- Release date: 6/12/2019
** Packs with special inserts may contain fewer cards.
This is the second half of the flagship set that Topps has been releasing for over 65 years.
This set helps celebrate the 150th anniversary of professional baseball. The first openly all pro team was the 1869 Cincinnati Red Stockings. They are the only team to have an undefeated season. .
As you can tell from this short list, Topps is keeping their tradition of giving star players the key numbers.
- 400 Bryce Harper
- 500 Manny Machedo
- 600 Shohei Ohtani (Rookie Cup)
- Card number 367 is interesting
Key Rookies include:
- Vladimir Guerrero Jr has an unnumbered SP
- 475 Pete Alonso
- 670 Eloy Jimenez
Future Stars is a subset that continues from series one.
- 150th Anniversary 1 in 6 packs
- Rainbow Foil 1 in 10 packs
- Advanced Stats 1 in 89 packs
- Vintage Stock
- Independence Day
- Black (Hobby and Jumbo only)
- Pink-Mothers Day
- Blue-Fathers Day
- Memorial Day Camo
- Clear (Hobby only)
- Printing Press
- 1984 Topps baseball with retired stars and current ones
- 150 Years of Professional Baseball (Greatest Moments, Greatest Players, Greatest Seasons)
- Top Entrepreneurs in Baseball (not in series 1)
- Faces of the Franchise (not in series 1)
- Significant Statistics (not in series 1)
- Franchise Facts (Retail only)
- Historic Through Lines (Retail only)
For the third year in a row, there will be Silver Packs available for those buying hobby boxes from participating dealers. You can get two packs for buying a Jumbo Box or one for buying a regular hobby box. Hobby boxes will have one autograph, memorabilia or relic card. These also might include clear cards which are not in the Jumbo boxes. Jumbo boxes will have one autograph card plus a memorabilia and a relic card. Hobby boxes sell for $68 on the Topps website.