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<b>September 27</b>
<b>October 11</b>
* [[2023 Topps Definitive Collection]]
<b>October 4</b>
* [[2023 Select]]
* [[2023 Select]]
* [[2023 Topps Gilded Collection]]
<b>October 11</b>
* [[2023 Topps Archives]]
* [[2023 Topps Update]]
* [[2023 Topps Update]]
<b>October 18</b>
<b>October 18</b>
* [[2023 Bowman Inception]]
* [[2023 Topps Gilded Collection]]
* [[2023 Stadium Club]]
* [[2023 Stadium Club]]
* [[2023 Topps Pro Debut]]
* [[2023 Topps Pro Debut]]
<b> October 25</b>
* [[2023 Topps Tier One]]
* [[2023 Topps Tier One]]

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Set of the Month

2005 Topps Total is a 770-card set. This would be the final Topps Total set after a four-year run. The set is structured with veterans as 1-575, dual-player veterans (usually relief pitchers and utility men) 576-690, prospects 691-720, "First Year" minor leaguers 721-765 and checklists 766-770. Oddly enough, card #666 is a single-player card featuring Red Sox closer Keith Foulke - indicating a serious dislike for the Red Sox by whomever at Topps was responsible for constructing the checklist.

The final 60 cards were issued in December in the Upper Deck Rookie Update product, with another 30 Sweet Beginnings cards -- this time numbered to 1500.

Previous Sets of the Month

2001 Sweet Spot - 1993 Donruss McDonald's Blue Jays - 1990 Bazooka - 1999 Skybox Molten Metal - 1994 Stadium Club - 1983 Topps Stickers - 2002 Playoff Piece of the Game - 2012 Topps Update - 2000 Greats of the Game - 1998 Stadium Club - 1994 Upper Deck All-Time Heroes - 2004 Upper Deck Play Ball - 1998 Stadium Club - 2012 Topps Heritage - 1983 Topps Traded - 1990 K-Mart - 1993 Finest - 1999 SP Signature Edition - 2002 Topps Archives - 1987 Donruss The Rookies - 2002 Topps American Pie - 1994 Flair - 2004 SPx - 1998 Topps Stars
Just Released

2023 Topps Allen & Ginter is a 400-card set, released the week of September 22nd. As usual, each 24-pack Hobby box will include three of the following: Autographs, Relics, Rip Cards, or A&G Originals.

2023 Bowman Chrome was released September 13th with a 100-card base set supplemented by a 100-card Prospects set. Each 12-pack Hobby box will yield a pair of autographs.

For the fifth consecutive year, HTA Choice boxes are available which contain three autographs and nothing else.

2023 Panini Immaculate was released September 6th. All cards in the product are either autographs or game-used cards. Each six-card box is expected to yield four autographs and two game-used cards.

2023 Topps Cosmic Chrome is a 200-card set released August 30th. Each 20-pack Hobby box will contain four Refractors and eleven inserts. Every third box will yield an autograph.

2023 Topps Pristine is a 300-card released August 23th. Each ten-card pack has three mini packs. One mini pack will contain seven base cards/Refractors, the second will have either two inserts or an Autographed Relic, while the third will yield an encased card.

2022 Topps Chrome Platinum Anniversary is a 500-card set, released August 9th, 2023. All cards are on chrome stock and are done in the style of the 1953 Topps set.

Each 24-pack Hobby box will yield one autograph and seven Refractors.

2023 Topps Chrome was released July 26th. Each Hobby box will yield one autograph (one less than the previous year's product,)) eight inserts and 12 Refractors while each Jumbo box will have three autos -- two fewer than last year -- and twelve Refractors.

2023 Panini Prizm is a 300-card set released July 21st.. Each 12-card Hobby pack will contain an insert and one Prizm parallel. Every fourth Hobby pack will yield an autograph.

2023 Topps Tribute was released July 12th. As usual, each three-card pack will include either an autograph or a Relic with half of packs yielding a Relic and half either an autograph or an autographed Relic. Two of the Relics in each Hobby box will be multi-swatch.

2023 Finest is a 125-card set released by Topps on July 7th. Each box will yield two autographs.

2023 Panini Three & Two is a 113-card set released June 16th. Each five-card box will contain the following:

  • Three base, parallel, or insert cards
  • One encased game-used memorabilia card.
  • One encased autograph or autographed game-used memorabilia card.

As Panini no longer has a MLBPA license, all cards are of retired players or Minor Leaguers.

2023 Donruss is a 290-card set released by Panini America on June 2nd. Each Hobby box will yield two autographs and a game-used card.

This is the first Donruss set after Panini America's license with the MLBPA expired, and as such, features no active MLB players.

2023 Topps Heritage is a 500-card set released May 24th. In keeping with the brand's aesthetic, the design is based on the 1974 Topps set. Each Hobby box will, as usual, yield a relic, an autograph or an autographed relic.

2023 Topps Sterling was released May 24th. Each two-card box contains two autographed game-used cards serial-numbered to 25 copies or less with every fourth box yielding a one-of-one.

We estimate that 450 cases were produced, a slight decrease from the previous year's product.

2023 Bowman is a 100-card set, supplemented by a 150-card Prospects set, released April 26th. Each Hobby box will yield one autograph and 18 inserts. Hobby Jumbo boxes will contain three autographs and 12 inserts.

2022 Topps Dynasty was released April 12th, 2023. As usual, each box will contain an encased autographed patch card serial-numbered to ten or fewer.

2022 Stadium Club Chrome was released April 5th, 2023. As with the previous year's product, the first 300 cards are a full parallel of the 2022 Stadium Club base set, with an extra 100 cards tacked-on and exclusive to the Chrome product.

Each fourteen-pack Hobby box will yield ten inserts, four Refractor parallels, and one autograph.

Newest Pages
  1. 2023 Topps Chrome Logofractor
  2. 2023 Topps Rip
  3. 2023 Topps Black & White
  4. 2023 Topps Definitive Collection
  5. 2023 Panini Chronicles
  6. 2006 Upper Deck SportsFest
  7. 2023 Topps Archives
  8. 2023 Bowman Sterling
  9. 2023 Topps Museum Collection
  10. 2023 Topps X Bob Ross: The Joy of Baseball
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