2020 Topps Now Postseason

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Description

2020 Topps Now Postseason is a series of ten-card team sets, all produced to order by Topps, featuring the sixteen teams that qualified for the expanded 2020 MLB Postseason. Each set retailed for $29.99. Unlike the traditional Topps Now cards, which were only available for a 24 hour period, Postseason sets were sold for a one week period beginning October 1st. Selected team sets also had the option of adding an autograph to their set for an additional fee.

Distribution

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Yankees

687 sets were produced.

  • PS-51 Gerrit Cole
  • PS-52 Masahiro Tanaka
  • PS-53 Gary Sanchez
  • PS-54 Luke Voit
  • PS-55 DJ LeMahieu
  • PS-56 Gleyber Torres
  • PS-57 Gio Urshela
  • PS-58 Aaron Judge
  • PS-59 Giancarlo Stanton
  • PS-60 Brett Gardner

Rays

142 sets were produced.

  • PS-21 Blake Snell
  • PS-22 Tyler Glasnow
  • PS-23 Pete Fairbanks
  • PS-24 Mike Brosseau
  • PS-25 Joey Wendle
  • PS-26 Brandon Lowe
  • PS-27 Willy Adames
  • PS-28 Yoshi Tsutsugo
  • PS-29 Kevin Kiermaier
  • PS-30 Austin Meadows
  • TBD-1 Tampa Bay Rays
  • TBD-2 Tampa Bay Rays
  • TBD-3 Tampa Bay Rays

Blue Jays

673 sets were produced.

  • PS-101 Bo Bichette
  • PS-102 Nate Pearson
  • PS-103 Vladimir Guerrero, Jr.
  • PS-104 Hyun-Jin Ryu
  • PS-105 Taijuan Walker
  • PS-106 Danny Jansen
  • PS-107 Cavan Biggio UER (Photo is of Danny Jansen)
  • PS-108 Lourdes Gurriel, Jr.
  • PS-109 Randal Grichuk
  • PS-110 Teoscar Hernandez

White Sox

1064 sets were produced.

  • PS-11 Lucas Giolito
  • PS-12 Dylan Cease
  • PS-13 Dane Dunning
  • PS-14 Alex Colome
  • PS-15 Jose Abreu
  • PS-16 Nick Madrigal
  • PS-17 Tim Anderson
  • PS-18 Yoan Moncada
  • PS-19 Eloy Jimenez
  • PS-20 Luis Robert

Indians

157 sets were produced.

  • PS-81 Francisco Lindor
  • PS-82 Shane Bieber
  • PS-83 Aaron Civale
  • PS-84 Triston McKenzie
  • PS-85 Zach Plesac
  • PS-86 Carlos Carrasco
  • PS-87 Carlos Santana
  • PS-88 Cesar Hernandez
  • PS-89 Jose Ramirez
  • PS-90 Franmil Reyes

Twins

120 sets were produced.

  • PS-41 Nelson Cruz
  • PS-42 Jose Berrios
  • PS-43 Kenta Maeda
  • PS-44 Miguel Sano
  • PS-45 Luis Arraez
  • PS-46 Josh Donaldson
  • PS-47 Jorge Polanco
  • PS-48 Byron Buxton
  • PS-49 Max Kepler
  • PS-50 Eddie Rosario

Astros

98 sets were produced.

  • PS-131 Alex Bregman
  • PS-132 Jose Altuve
  • PS-133 Yuli Gurriel
  • PS-134 Carlos Correa
  • PS-135 George Springer
  • PS-136 Kyle Tucker
  • PS-137 Michael Brantley
  • PS-138 Zack Greinke
  • PS-139 Lance McCullers, Jr.
  • PS-140 Jose Urquidy

Athletics

151 sets were produced.

  • PS-31 Jesus Luzardo
  • PS-32 Mike Fiers
  • PS-33 Sean Manaea
  • PS-34 Chris Bassitt
  • PS-35 Liam Hendriks
  • PS-36 Sean Murphy
  • PS-37 Matt Olson
  • PS-38 Ramon Laureano
  • PS-39 Stephen Piscotty
  • PS-40 Mark Canha

Braves

542 sets were produced.

  • PS-71 Ronald Acuna, Jr.
  • PS-72 Cristian Pache
  • PS-73 Max Fried
  • PS-74 Ian Anderson
  • PS-75 Freddie Freeman
  • PS-76 Ozzie Albies
  • PS-77 Dansby Swanson
  • PS-78 Austin Riley
  • PS-79 Marcell Ozuna
  • PS-80 Adam Duvall

Marlins

100 sets were produced.

  • PS-111 Sixto Sanchez
  • PS-112 Sandy Alcantara
  • PS-113 Pablo Lopez
  • PS-114 Jorge Alfaro
  • PS-115 Jesus Aguilar
  • PS-116 Garrett Cooper
  • PS-117 Jazz Chisholm
  • PS-118 Brian Anderson
  • PS-119 Miguel Rojas
  • PS-120 Starling Marte

Cubs

359 sets were produced.

  • PS-91 Javier Baez
  • PS-92 Kris Bryant
  • PS-93 Nico Hoerner
  • PS-94 Yu Darvish
  • PS-95 Kyle Hendricks
  • PS-96 Willson Contreras
  • PS-97 Anthony Rizzo
  • PS-98 Kyle Schwarber
  • PS-99 Ian Happ
  • PS-100 Jason Heyward

Reds

164 sets were produced.

  • PS-121 Trevor Bauer
  • PS-122 Luis Castillo
  • PS-123 Sonny Gray
  • PS-124 Joey Votto
  • PS-125 Mike Moustakas
  • PS-126 Eugenio Suarez
  • PS-127 Nick Senzel
  • PS-128 Nick Castellanos
  • PS-129 Shogo Akiyama
  • PS-130 Jesse Winker

Brewers

86 sets were produced.

  • PS-141 Christian Yelich
  • PS-142 Brandon Woodruff
  • PS-143 Josh Hader
  • PS-144 Jedd Gyorko
  • PS-145 Keston Hiura
  • PS-146 Orlando Arcia
  • PS-147 Eric Sogard
  • PS-148 Daniel Vogelbach
  • PS-149 Avisail Garcia
  • PS-150 Ryan Braun

Cardinals

157 sets were produced.

  • PS-151 Paul Goldschmidt
  • PS-152 Jack Flaherty
  • PS-153 Kwang-Hyun Kim
  • PS-154 Yadier Molina
  • PS-155 Kolten Wong
  • PS-156 Paul DeJong
  • PS-157 Tommy Edman
  • PS-158 Dylan Carlson
  • PS-159 Dexter Fowler
  • PS-160 Matt Carpenter

Dodgers

638 sets were produced.

  • PS-1 Clayton Kershaw
  • PS-2 Dustin May
  • PS-3 Walker Buehler
  • PS-4 Will Smith
  • PS-5 Gavin Lux
  • PS-6 Corey Seager
  • PS-7 Max Muncy
  • PS-8 Justin Turner
  • PS-9 Cody Bellinger
  • PS-10 Mookie Betts

Padres

675 sets were produced.

  • PS-61 Fernando Tatis, Jr.
  • PS-62 Trent Grisham
  • PS-63 Austin Nola
  • PS-64 Mike Clevinger
  • PS-65 Dinelson Lamet
  • PS-66 Zach Davies
  • PS-67 Chris Paddack
  • PS-68 Eric Hosmer
  • PS-69 Manny Machado
  • PS-70 Wil Myers

Bonus

Bonus cards were issued for those teams that won a Postseason series.

  • ATL-1 Atlanta Braves Braves 542
  • ATL-2 Atlanta Braves Braves 542
  • HOU-1 Houston Astros Astros 98
  • HOU-2 Houston Astros Astros 98
  • LAD-1 Los Angeles Dodgers Dodgers 638
  • LAD-2 Los Angeles Dodgers Dodgers 638
  • LAD-3 Los Angeles Dodgers Dodgers 638
  • LAD-4 Los Angeles Dodgers Dodgers 638
  • MIA-1 Miami Marlins Marlins 100
  • NYY-1 New York Yankees Yankees 687
  • OAK-1 Oakland Athletics Athletics 151
  • SDP-1 San Diego Padres Padres 675

Autographs

Selected Postseason team sets were also available with an optional and randomly selected autograph. The teams available (and number of autographed sets sold and retail price per set) are as follows.

  • Yankees (503 sets, $99.99)
  • Blue Jays (567 sets, $84.99)
  • White Sox (756 sets, $99.99)
  • Braves (378 sets, $79.99)
  • Cubs (261 sets, $84.99)
  • Dodgers (378 sets, $89.99)
  • Padres (567 sets, $89.99)

Each Topps Now Road to Opening Day Autograph is serial-numbered to 99 copies and available in the following parallels.

  • Blue (serial-numbered to 49 copies)
  • Purple (serial-numbered to 25 copies)
  • Red (serial-numbered to ten)
  • Orange (serial-numbered to five)
  • Gold (one-of-one)

NOTE: Based on the number of autograph sets sold, it is obvious that most players did not come close to signing their full allotment of autographs. We believe that all players signed their full allotment of Blue, Purple, Red, Orange, and Gold parallels. The production figures listed below are what we believe (based on Topps' announced sales figures) is the true production for the base version -- even though all base autographs are serial-numbered to 99 copies.