2022 Topps Brooklyn Collection Baseball Cards – Checklist Added

0
7

Product Details

VN:RO [1.9.17_1161]

Back for year five, 2022 Topps Brooklyn Collection Baseball features base cards and autographs for top MLB names.

The product is usually tied to the Topps 582 Montgomery Club, but 2022 members were already given an exclusive pre-sale for the 2021 edition.

See also: 2021 Topps Brooklyn Collection Baseball Cards

2022 Topps Brooklyn Collection Baseball Set Details

The 2022 Topps Brooklyn Collection Baseball checklist sticks with its established approach of base cards and autographs. Look for current and former MLB players as well as a lot of rookies.

One new option for the 50-card base set is the Bush Terminals Die-Cut Variation for the entire series.

There are also 71 signatures in the autograph lineup.

Parallels are expected for the base set and autographs.

Check back soon for full details from Topps, including the box output and pricing along with parallel info and odds.

Estimated Release Date: December 2, 2022
Product Configuration: TBA

2022 Topps Brooklyn Collection Baseball Box Break

Set Checklist

2022 Topps Brooklyn Collection Baseball Checklist

Subject to change.

Base Set Checklist

50 cards.

PARALLEL CARDS: TBA.

VARIATIONS: Bush Terminals Die-Cut.

1 Bryce Harper – Philadelphia Phillies
2 Royce Lewis – Minnesota Twins RC
3 Christy Mathewson – New York Giants
4 George Kirby – Seattle Mariners RC
5 Ted Williams – Boston Red Sox
6 Ken Griffey Jr. – Seattle Mariners
7 Freddie Freeman – Los Angeles Dodgers
8 Ronald Acuña Jr. – Atlanta Braves
9 Ichiro – Seattle Mariners
10 Mookie Betts – Los Angeles Dodgers
11 Jeremy Pena – Houston Astros RC
12 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – Toronto Blue Jays
13 Bob Gibson – St. Louis Cardinals
14 Albert Pujols – St. Louis Cardinals
15 Heliot Ramos – San Francisco Giants RC
16 Cal Ripken Jr. – Baltimore Orioles
17 Randy Johnson – Arizona Diamondbacks
18 CJ Abrams – Washington Nationals RC
19 Nick Lodolo – Cincinnati Reds RC
20 MJ Melendez – Kansas City Royals RC
21 Alek Thomas – Arizona Diamondbacks RC
22 Nolan Ryan – Texas Rangers
23 Shohei Ohtani – Los Angeles Angels
24 Mike Trout – Los Angeles Angels
25 Aaron Judge – New York Yankees

26 Seiya Suzuki – Chicago Cubs RC
27 MacKenzie Gore – Washington Nationals RC
28 Christian Yelich – Milwaukee Brewers
29 Julio Rodriguez – Seattle Mariners RC
30 Hunter Greene – Cincinnati Reds RC
31 Steven Kwan – Cleveland Guardians RC
32 Jose Miranda – Minnesota Twins RC
33 Oneil Cruz – Pittsburgh Pirates RC
34 Spencer Torkelson – Detroit Tigers RC
35 Jackie Robinson – Brooklyn Dodgers
36 Gabriel Arias – Cleveland Guardians RC
37 Wander Franco – Tampa Bay Rays RC
38 Derek Jeter – New York Yankees
39 Nick Allen – Oakland Athletics RC
40 George Brett – Kansas City Royals
41 Frank Thomas – Chicago White Sox
42 David Ortiz – Boston Red Sox
43 Bobby Witt Jr. – Kansas City Royals RC
44 Max Scherzer – New York Mets
45 Jazz Chisholm Jr. – Miami Marlins
46 Rickey Henderson – Oakland Athletics
47 Bryson Stott – Philadelphia Phillies RC
48 Kris Bryant – Colorado Rockies
49 Juan Soto – San Diego Padres
50 Fernando Tatis Jr. – San Diego Padres

2022 Topps Brooklyn Collection Baseball Autograph Checklist

Autographs Set Checklist

71 cards.

PARALLEL CARDS: TBA.

AC-AA Aaron Ashby – Milwaukee Brewers
AC-AB Adrian Beltre – Texas Rangers
AC-AJ Aaron Judge – New York Yankees
AC-BD Bryan De La Cruz – Miami Marlins
AC-BH Bryce Harper – Philadelphia Phillies
AC-BP Buster Posey – San Francisco Giants
AC-BS Bryson Stott – Philadelphia Phillies
AC-BW Bobby Witt Jr. – Kansas City Royals
AC-CA CJ Abrams – San Diego Padres
AC-CJ Chipper Jones – Atlanta Braves
AC-CM Cedric Mullins – Baltimore Orioles
AC-CR Cal Ripken Jr. – Baltimore Orioles
AC-CS CC Sabathia – New York Yankees
AC-DJ Derek Jeter – New York Yankees
AC-DM Don Mattingly – New York Yankees
AC-DW David Wright – New York Mets
AC-EC Edward Cabrera – Miami Marlins
AC-EM Edgar Martinez – Seattle Mariners
AC-EMU Eddie Murray – Baltimore Orioles
AC-FT Frank Thomas – Chicago White Sox
AC-GM Greg Maddux – Chicago Cubs
AC-GS George Springer – Toronto Blue Jays
AC-GSH Gavin Sheets – Chicago White Sox
AC-HG Hunter Greene – Cincinnati Reds
AC-HR Heliot Ramos – San Francisco Giants
AC-I Ichiro – Seattle Mariners
AC-JA Jose Altuve – Houston Astros
AC-JB Jeff Bagwell – Houston Astros
AC-JBU Jake Burger – Chicago White Sox
AC-JD Jarren Duran – Boston Red Sox
AC-JI Jonathan India – Cincinnati Reds
AC-JL Josh Lowe – Tampa Bay Rays
AC-JP Jeremy Pena – Houston Astros
AC-JRO Julio Rodriguez – Seattle Mariners
AC-JS Juan Soto – Washington Nationals
AC-JSM John Smoltz – Atlanta Braves

AC-JTR J.T. Realmuto – Philadelphia Phillies
AC-KH Ke’Bryan Hayes – Pittsburgh Pirates
AC-KT Kyle Tucker – Houston Astros
AC-LG Luis Gil – New York Yankees
AC-MG MacKenzie Gore – San Diego Padres
AC-MM Matt Manning – Detroit Tigers
AC-MR Mariano Rivera – New York Yankees
AC-MS Mike Schmidt – Philadelphia Phillies
AC-MT Mike Trout – Los Angeles Angels
AC-NL Nick Lodolo – Cincinnati Reds
AC-OC Oneil Cruz – Pittsburgh Pirates
AC-OS Ozzie Smith – St. Louis Cardinals
AC-PA Pete Alonso – New York Mets
AC-RA Ronald Acuña Jr. – Atlanta Braves
AC-RC Roansy Contreras – Pittsburgh Pirates
AC-RCL Roger Clemens – Boston Red Sox
AC-RD Reid Detmers – Los Angeles Angels
AC-RJO Randy Johnson – Arizona Diamondbacks
AC-RM Ryan Mountcastle – Baltimore Orioles
AC-RS Ryne Sandberg – Chicago Cubs
AC-RV Ryan Vilade – Colorado Rockies
AC-SBE Seth Beer – Arizona Diamondbacks
AC-SC Steve Carlton – Philadelphia Phillies
AC-SK Steven Kwan – Cleveland Guardians
AC-SO Shohei Ohtani – Los Angeles Angels
AC-SP Salvador Perez – Kansas City Royals
AC-ST Spencer Torkelson – Detroit Tigers
AC-TA Tim Anderson – Chicago White Sox
AC-TH Teoscar Hernandez – Toronto Blue Jays
AC-VG Vladimir Guerrero – Montréal Expos
AC-VGJ Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – Toronto Blue Jays
AC-WB Wade Boggs – Boston Red Sox
AC-WBU Walker Buehler – Los Angeles Dodgers
AC-WF Wander Franco – Tampa Bay Rays
AC-YA Yordan Alvarez – Houston Astros