2020 Topps UTZ Baseball Cards

This year we had the release of the second set of Topps UTZ Baseball cards. UTZ is a regional maker of snack foods mainly potato chips. They are based in Hanover, PA. They are available in the North-Eastern part of the United States and also along parts of the east coast. They can be found in grocery stores including Walmart. UTZ is the official chip of MLB.

Details of the set:

100 cards in the set

4 cards (really 3 cards plus a coupon ‘card’) in each pack.

Available in 12 & 24 bag packages (I haven’t actually seen the 24 bag ones in stores or online)

Released in March 2020 and as of the date of this post, the are still available.

The cards have a design that is different from the 2020 Topps flagship set. There is a striped border on the sides and the team name is displayed largely on the bottom above the player’s name. In 2019 you could identify these cards easily because the UTZ logo was on the front of the cards. That is absent this year. The backs are similar to the regular Topps set except for the UTZ name that appears above the card numbers. Of course, the numbers are also different from the regular Topps set. The colors on the back are also a bit different. The coupon gives you $1 off a pack or regular 2020 Topps Series 1, 2, or update.

The Hitless Set

There are only base cards in this set so don’t expect any short prints, autographs, or relics.

There are plenty of top stars and also fifteen rookie cards.

If you can’t find the cards in your area then you can buy them on www.utzsnacks.com

I checked the site and it appears that they only have a 6 package bundle of the 12 bag snack pack. They cost about $30. The 12 bag snack pack is also available on Amazon but costs 2-3 times the grocery store price albeit with free shipping. This may or may not include the cards depending on your purchase date. My local grocery store had this item for $4.99. Walmart seems to have the best price at about $4.00. The Utz site clearly identifies them as having the Topps cards inside but be careful buying on walmart.com because they do not.

Set Checklist

1 Mike Clevinger

2 Albert Pujols

3 Shane Bieber

4 Kyle Schwarber

5 Dan Vogelbach

6 Keston Hiura

7 Trevor Story

8 Mookie Betts

9 Matthew Boyd

10 Max Scherzer

11 Zac Gallen RC

12 Paul Goldschmidt

13 Anthony Rizzo

14 Xander Bogaerts

15 Miguel Cabrera

16 Juan Soto

17 Fernando Tatis Jr

18 Jose Altuve

19 Shohei Ohtani

20 Eloy Jimenez

21 Tim Anderson

22 Javier Baez

23 JT Realmuto

24 Aristides Aquino RC

25 Dustin May

26 Ozzie Albies

27 Lorenzo Cain

28 Charlie Blackman

29 Jorge Soler

30 Pete Alonso

31 Max Kepler

32 Christian Yelich

33 Francisco Lindor

34 Jordan Yamamoto

35 Cody Bellinger

36 JD Martinez

37 Clayton Kershaw

38 Jeff McNeil

39 Aaron Judge

40 Rafael Devers

41 Hunter Harvey RC

42 Nico Hoerner RC

43 Manny Machado

44 Nick Senzel

45 Jacob deGrom

46 Masahiro Tanaka

47 Rhys Hoskins

48 Bryan Reynolds

49 Aaron Nola

50 Gary Sanchez

51 Ronald Acuna Jr

52 Eddie Rosario

53 Matt Chapman

54 Briand Anderson

55 Sean Murphy RC

56 Chris Sale

57 Trey Mancini

58 Nolan Arenado

59 Mike Trout

60 Jose Ramirez

70 Bo Bichette RC

71 Anthony Rendon

72 Joey Gallo

73 Buster Posey

74 Walker Buchler

75 Yordan Alvarez RC

76 Josh Bell

77 Matt Olson

78 George Springer

79 Elvis Andrus

80 Mike Yastrzemski

81 Austin Meadows

82 Wilson Contreras

83 Jack Flaherty

84 Luis Castillo

85 Joey Votto

86 Zack Greinke

87 Trent Grisham RC

88 Yoan Moncada

89 Kyle Lewis RC

90 Mike Soroka

91 Justin Verlander

92 Jesus Luzardo RC

93 Gleyber Torres

94 Vladimir Guerrero

95 Nelson Cruz

96 Alex Bregman

97 Galvin Lux RC

98 Chris Paddack

99 Bryce Harper

100 Dylan Cease RC

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