This year’s big-name rookies are coming to the biggest show of them all via Topps‘ wrapper redemption program revealed on Tuesday afternoon.
Aaron Judge, Cody Bellinger, Derek Jeter, Sandy Koufax, Kris Bryant and more stars from the past and present will be found in four-card packs of 2017 Bowman Chrome National Sports Collectors Convention cards, which can be had for opening boxes of cards at the company’s booth during the show, which is set for July 26-30 in Chicago.
The set will include 50 cards on its checklist (still to come) with autographs, Gold Refractors (/50) and 1/1 Black Refractors in the mix — and there could be other surprises.
There are 50 cards in the standard set and the autograph lineup includes Alex Bregman, Andrew Benintendi, Carl Yastrzemski, Derek Jeter, Ernie Banks, Frank Robinson, Greg Maddux, Ian Happ, Kris Bryant, Ken Griffey Jr., Mike Trout, Sandy Koufax and new Chicago White Sox rookie Yoan Moncada along with many more.
Click here to view the checklist.
Only Topps Opening Day, MLB Stickers and Topps Bunt are excluded from the program and here’s a rundown of what people will get if they bust a box, all of which can be found at the Blowout Cards booth.
Product — bonus packs you’ll get
2017 Topps MLS Soccer — 1
2017 Topps Series 1 Baseball (hobby) — 1
2017 Topps Inception Baseball — 1
2017 Topps Pro Debut Baseball — 1
2017 Topps Series 2 Baseball (hobby) — 1
2017 Topps Heritage Baseball — 2
2017 Bowman Baseball (hobby) — 2
2017 Topps Stadium Club Baseball — 2
2017 Topps Allen & Ginter Baseball — 2
2017 Topps Series 1 Baseball (Jumbo) — 2
2017 Topps Gypsy Queen Baseball –2
2017 Topps Archives Baseball — 2
2017 Topps Finest Baseball — 2
2017 Topps Series 2 Baseball (Jumbo) — 2
2017 Topps Tier One Baseball — 2
2017 Bowman Baseball (Jumbo) — 3
2017 Topps WWE Undisputed — 3
2017 Topps UFC Knockout — 3
2017 Topps Tribute Baseball — 3
2017 Topps Museum Collection — 3
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