Update: The autograph set sold 2,581 copies and the unsigned set sold 6,636.
The Chicago Cubs ended more than a century of futility on Thursday morning in Cleveland, winning the seventh game of the World Series in a rain-delayed extra-inning affair.
Minutes later, Topps announced the cardboard to go with it — the 2016 Topps Chicago Cubs World Series Championship set. There will be a standard version for $49.99 along with an autographed version that will include one randomly inserted signature card from top names on the team for $149.99.
They are presently available for pre-order on Topps.com.
Here’s the breakdown for the ink:
According to Topps, there will be autograph parallels numbered to 199, 99, 49, 25, 10 and even 1/1s that will be sent out randomly and replace regular autographs.
The standard cards will include:
Chicago Cubs Team Card (WS-1)
World Series MVP (WS-2)
Anthony Rizzo (WS-3)
Javier Baez (WS-4)
Kris Bryant (WS-5)
Addison Russell (WS-6)
Ben Zobrist (WS-7)
Dexter Fowler (WS-8)
Jason Heyward (WS-9)
Kyle Schwarber (WS-10)
Willson Contreras (WS-11)
Jon Lester (WS-12)
Jake Arrieta (WS-13)
Kyle Hendricks (WS-14)
Aroldis Chapman (WS-15)
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