2022 Topps Now Turn Back the Clock Baseball Cards Checklist

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Ongoing set. Announced print runs (PR) to be noted.

PARALLEL CARDS: Cherry #/7, White Ash #/3.

1 Frank Thomas – White Sox: Leads off 1996 season with a bang (3/31/1996) – PR=580
2 Clayton Kershaw: Dodgers ace gets it done with bat and ball (4/1/2013) – PR=323
3 Roger Clemens – Yankees: Becomes all-time AL career strikeouts leader (4/2/2001) – PR=271
4 Dennis Eckersley: Star reliever dealt to Oakland Athletics (4/3/1987) – PR=262
5 Mark McGwire – Cardinals: Ties Willie Mays with HRs in 1st 4 games (4/4/1998) – PR=323
6 Arizona Diamondbacks: Win 1st game in club history (4/5/1998) – PR=262
7 Ken Griffey Jr – Mariners: Ties record with 8th career Opening Day HR (4/6/2009) – PR=837
8 Wade Boggs – Devil Rays: Number 12 lifted to the rafters at Tropicana Field (4/7/2000) – PR=296
9 Hideki Matsui – Yankees: “Godzilla” cranks grand slam for 1st MLB HR (4/8/2003) – PR=479
10 Barry Zito – Giants: 4-hit gem is southpaw’s 1st shutout in 9 years (4/9/2012) – PR=228
11 Roberto Clemente – Pirates: Outfielder hits Opening Day grand slam (4/10/1962) – PR=732
12 Miguel Cabrera – Tigers: 2nd youngest player ever to reach 300 doubles (4/11/2011) – PR=478
13 Bobby Abreu – Phillies: Hits 1st HR in new Citizens Bank Park (4/12/2004) – PR=348
14 Stan Musial – Cardinals: “Stan the Man” scores NL record 1,869th run (4/13/1962) – PR= 538
15 Jose Canseco – Devil Rays: 1st non-U.S. born player to reach 400 HRs (4/14/1999) – PR=448
16 MLB Honors Jackie Robinson 50 years after debut (4/15/1997) – PR=877
17 Manny Ramirez: 2-run HR, grand slam lead Red Sox win (4/16/2005) – PR=246
18 Nolan Ryan – Astros: Becomes 2nd pitcher ever to reach 3,500 Ks (4/17/1983) – PR=632
19 Tom Seaver: Reds ace reaches 3,000 career Ks (4/18/1981) – PR=508
20 Oakland Athletics: 11 straight wins to open season sets MLB record (4/19/1981) – PR=372
21 Carlos Delgado – Blue Jays: 3-HR game marks 2nd of 2001 season (4/20/2001) – PR=242
22 Randy Johnson – Diamondbacks: Reaches 5th win of season in 17-K game (4/21/2002) – PR=254
23 Felix Hernandez – Mariners: 100th win puts ace in 3rd place in club history (4/22/2013) – PR=332
24 Ted Williams – Red Sox: Rookie Tallies 4 hits, 1st MLB HR (4/23/1939) – PR=554
25 Zack Greinke – Royals: Strikes out 10 batters in 2nd CG of season (4/24/2009) – PR=344
26 Albert Pujols – Cardinals: Launches grand slam to eclipse 1,000 RBI (4/25/2009) – PR=466
27 Mike Piazza – Padres: Hits 400th HR in front of crowd at Petco Field (4/26/2006) – PR=248
28 Dexter Fowler: 5 stolen bases lead Colorado Rockies to win (4/27/2009) – PR=173
29 Larry Walker: 3 HRs lead Colorado Rockies past Cardinals (4/28/1999) – PR=152
30 Andre Dawson – Cubs: Hits for cycle in front of crowd at Wigley Field (4/29/1987) – PR=352
31 Joe Carter – Blue Jays: Sets AL record with 31 RBI in April (4/30/1994) – PR=264
32 Babe Ruth – Yankees: Hits 50th Career HR, 1st with Yankees (5/1/1920) – PR=855
33 Stan Musial – Cardinals: Sets doubleheader record with 5 total HRs (5/2/1954) – PR=465
34 Willie McCovey – Giants: Hits 521st and final career home run (5/3/1980) – PR=400
35 Tim Hudson – Braves: Pitches a complete-game, 1-hit shutout (5/4/2011) – PR=217
36 Roger Clemens – Astros: Becomes 2nd all-time with 4,137th career K (5/52004) – PR=254
37 Gaylord Perry – Mariners: Becomes 15th pitcher to record 300 wins (5/6/1982) – PR=263
38 Starlin Castro – Cubs: Posts incredible, record-breaking, 6-RBI debut (5/7/2010) – PR=266
39 Darryl Strawberry – Mets: Records 1st MLB hit in 10-5 win over Red (5/8/1983) – PR=332
40 Yu Darvish – Rangers: Gets within 1 out of throwing 1st no-hitter (5/9/2014) – PR=336
41 Larry Doby – Cleveland: Goes 4-for-6 in win at Fenway Park (5/10/1948) – PR=417
42 Adam Wainwright – Cardinals: Carries no-hitter into 8th inning in CG shutout (5/11/2013) – PR=267
43 Willie Mays: 1st grand slam in San Francisco Giants history (5/12/1958) – PR=612
44 George Brett – Royals: Becomes 6th player to record 3,000 hits, 300 HRs (5/13/1993) – PR=468
45 Dwight Gooden – Yankees: Throws no-hitter against Seattle Mariners (5/14/1996) – PR=358
46 Nolan Ryan – Angels: Strikes out 12 in 1st career no-hitter (5/15/1973) – PR=704
47 Sammy Sosa – Cubs: Becomes 33rd MLB player to reach 400 HRs (5/16/2001) – PR=288
48 Ivan Rodriguez – Astros: Connect for 300th career Major League homer (5/17/2009) – PR=260
49 Luis Gonzalez – Diamondbacks: Extends hitting streak to astonishing 30 games (5/18/1999) – PR=190
50 Miguel Cabrera – Tigers: Hits 3 HRs in Single game for 2nd time in career (5/19/2013) – PR=420
51 Babe Ruth – Red Sox: Hits 1st career grand slam (5/20/1919) – PR=819
52 Randy Johnson – Diamondback: Brings career-strikeout tally to 3,500 (5/21/2002) – PR=264
53 Mike Piazza: Acquired by Mets from Marlins in historic trade (5/22/2008) – PR=313
54 Ricky Henderson – Mariners: Records 2,000th walk, in iconic company (5/23/2000) – PR=396
55 Ichiro – Mariners: Has incredible showing in 1,000th MLB game (5/24/2007) – PR=392
56 Jim Thome – White Sox: Passes Mike Schmidt on all-time HR list (5/25/2009) – PR=275
57 Derek Jeter: Becomes 8th Yankees player to reach 2,000 hits (5/26/2006) – PR=579
58 Paul Konerko – White Sox: Hits 400th career HR (5/27/2012) – PR=254
59 Cal Ripken Jr – Orioles: Records career-high 8 RBI (5/28/1996) – PR=372
60 Buster Posey – Giants: Goes 3-for-3 with 3 RBI in 1st Game of 2010 (5/29/2010) – PR=398
61 Ryan Howard: Hits 8th grand slam, sets Phillies record (5/30/2009) – PR=294
62 Lou Gehrig – Yankees: Plays 2,000th straight game in 12-5 win (5/31/1938) – PR=618
63 Miguel Tejada – Orioles: 3 doubles, HR lead 9-2 win over Red Sox (6/1/2005) – PR=209
64 Ken Griffey Jr – Mariners: Superstar announces retirement from MLB (6/2/2010) – PR=643
65 Lou Gehrig – Yankees: 1st AL player to hit 4 HRs in a single game (6/3/1932) – PR=709
66 Randy Johnson – Giants: Allows just 1 run to earn 300th career win (6/4/2009) – PR=258
67 Chipper Jones – Braves: Becomes 3rd switch-hitter ever to hit 400 HRs (6/5/2008) – PR=317
68 Trevor Hoffman – Padres: Throws scoreless 9th inning to record 500th save (6/6/2007) – PR=235
69 Bryce Harper – Nationals: Selected 1st overall in the MLB Draft (6/7/2010) – PR=510
70 Tim Wakefield: Breaks Red Sox career innings-pitched record (6/8/2010) – PR=233
71 Darryl Strawberry – Mets: Hits 200th career HR (6/9/1989) – PR=294
72 Bobby Abreu – Dodgers: Passes Micke Mantle on all-time hit list (6/10/2012) – PR=208
73 Nolan Ryan – Rangers: Pitches 6th career no-hitter (6/11/1990) – PR=440
74 Major League Baseball: National Baseball HOF formally dedicated (6/12/1939) – PR=348
75 Roger Clemens – Yankees: Becomes 3rd Pitcher with 300 wins, 4,000 Ks (6/13/2003) – PR=360
76 Ichiro – Mariners: 3rd player to reach 1,000 hits in under 700 games (6/14/2005) – PR=398
77 Will Clark – Giants: Gets 2,00th hit, 1 10th-inning, walk-off single (6/15/1999) – PR=286
78 Ivan Rodriguez – Astros: Ties Carlton Fisk with 2,226th game as catcher (6/16/2009) – PR=223
79 Ted Williams – Red Sox: Becomes just 4th player to hit 500 career HRs (6/17/1960) – PR=399
80 Stephen Strasburg – Nationals: Sets record for most Ks in 1st 3 starts with 32 (6/18/2010) – PR=268
81 Alex Rodriguez – Yankees: Becomes 29th player to join 3,000 hits club (6/19/2015) – PR=310
82 Sammy Sosa – Rangers: Becomes 5th player to hit 600 HRs (6/20/2007) – PR=261
83 Carlton Fisk – White Sox: Becomes all-time HR leader among AL catchers (6/21/1989) – PR=272
84 Wade Boggs – Boston Red Sox: Hits first MLB HR, a walk-off over Tigers (6/22/1982) – PR=247
85 Jay Buhner: First Mariners player to hit for the cycle (6/23/1993) – PR=238
86 Rickey Henderson – Athletics: Makes MLB debut, notches first career steal (6/24/1979) – PR=462
87 Cal Ripken Jr – Orioles: Plays 1,000th consecutive MLB game (6/25/1988) – PR=TBA
88 Ron Santo – Cubs: Tallies 2 hits, 3 RBI in MLB debut (6/26/1960) – PR=345
89 Mark McGwire – Athletics: Hits 3 HRs in 13-3 victory over Cleveland (6/27/1987) – PR=TBA
90 Craig Biggio – Astros: Becomes 27th player to join 3,000 hits club (6/28/2007) – PR=TBA
91 Randy Johnson – Diamondbacks: Records 4,000th career strikeout (6/29/2004) – PR=TBA
92 Chris Sale – White Sox: Records 10+ Ks in 8th Consecutive Start (6/30/2015) – PR=TBA
93 Whitey Ford – Yankees: Makes MLB debut (7/1/1950) – PR=TBA
94 Roger Clemens – Yankees: Notches 350th career win (7/2/2007) – PR=TBA
95 Cecil Fielder – Tigers: See ya! Home run blasted over left-field roof (7/3/1990) – PR=TBA
96 Albert Pujols – Cardinals: Crushes 300th home of MLB career (7/4/2008) – PR=TBA
97 Larry Doby – Cleveland: Breaks AL color barrier in MLB debut (7/5/1947) – PR=TBA
98 Steve Carlton – Phillies: Becomes all-time elf-handed strikeouts leader (7/6/1980) – PR=TBA
99 Jeff Bagwell: Ties Astros single-game RBI record with 7 (7/7/2001) – PR=227
100 Joe Morgan: Breaks Astros single-game hits record with six (7/8/1965) – PR=310
Checklist #1-100 (bundle with card #100) – PR=310
101 Derek Jeter – Yankees: Joins the 3,000 hits club (7/9/2011) – PR=849
102 Ichiro – Mariners: 1st inside-the-park HR ever in MLB ASG (7/10/2007) – PR=490
103 Nolan Ryan – Astros: Becomes 1st pitcher to record 4,000-career Ks (7/11/1985) – PR=483
104 Bobby Abreu – Phillies: Shatters single-round Home Run Derby record (7/12/2005) – PR=279
105 Mike Piazza – Mets: Connects for 300th career home run (7/13/2001) – PR=249
106 Eddie Mathews – Astros: Hits 500th HR of MLB career (7/14/1967) – PR=290
107 Cal Ripken Jr – Orioles: Breaks Ernie Banks’ home-runs-by-shortstop record (7/15/1993) – PR=423
108 Mariano Rivera – Yankees: Records 400th career save (7/16/2006) – PR=294
109 Jim Thome – White Sox: Drives in 7 runs & knocks a grand slam (7/17/2009) – PR=234
110 George Brett – Royals: Begins historic 30-game hitting streak (7/18/1980) – PR=381
111 Babe Ruth – Yankees: Breaks his own single-season HR record with 30th (7/19/1920) – PR=689
112 Don Mattingly – Yankees: Ties MLB putouts record with 22 (7/20/1987) – PR=593
113 David Ortiz – Red Sox: Passes Carl Yastrzemski on all-time home runs list (7/21/2014) – PR=231
114 Miguel Cabrera – Tigers: 2-HR showing includes 300th career longball (7/22/2012) – PR=389
115 Steve Garvey – Dodgers: Named 1974 MLB All-Star Game MVP (7/23/1974) – PR=281
116 Hoyt Wilhelm – White Sox: Breaks Cy Young’s total appearances record (7/24/1968) – PR=238
117 Jesse Orosco – Orioles: Makes 1,000th MLB appearance (7/25/1998) – PR=TBA
118 Tony PΓ©rez – Reds: Makes MLB debut (7/26/1964) – PR=389
119 Frank Thomas – White Sox: Elected into National Baseball Hall of Fame (7/27/2014) – PR=313
120 Ken Griffey Jr – Mariners: Homers in 8th consecutive game, tying record (7/28/1993) – PR=841
121 Ichiro – Mariners: Becomes 3rd fastest to reach 1,500 MLB hits (7/29/2007) – PR=305
122 Tom Glavine – Braves: Picks up 200th career win (7/30/2000) – PR=208
123 Dick Allen – White Sox: Hits 2 inside-the-park home runs (7/31/1972) – PR=289
124 Willie Stargell – Pirates: Collects 6 RBI, 5 extra-base hits against Braves (8/1/1970) – PR=274
125 Rickey Henderson – Athletics: MLB first: Notches 2 100-stolen-base seasons (8/2/1982) – PR=274
126 Albert Pujols – Cardinals: Hits at least 30 HRs in each of his 1st 4 seasons (8/3/2004) – PR=394
127 Tom Seaver – White Sox: Picks up 300th career win over Yankees (8/4/1985) – PR=352
128 Steve Carlton – Giants: Collects 4,00th career strikeout (8/5/1986) – PR=270
129 Tom Glavine – Braves: Jersey number retired in pre-game ceremony (8/6/2010) – PR=229
130 Dave Winfield – Angels: Records his 2,500th hit (8/7/1990) – PR=261
131 John Smoltz – Braves: Fastest pitcher in MLB history to reach 40 saves (8/8/2002) – PR=210
132 Cal Ripken Jr – Orioles: Collects the 2,500th hit of MLB career (8/9/1996) – PR=436)
133 Eddie Murray – Orioles: Smashes 19th grand slam of career (8/10/1996) – PR=278
134 Reggie Jackson – Yankees: Hits 400th HR of MLB career (8/11/1980) – PR=326
135 Nolan Ryan – Angels: Reaches 19 Ks in a game for 2nd time in 1974 (8/12/1974) – PR=604
136 Mike Piazza – Mets: Fresh of IL, picks up 5 RBI & goes 3-for-5 (8/13/2003) – PR=226
137 Mike Schmidt – Phillies: Collects 300th career HR in win over Mets (8/14/1981) – PR=373
138 Frank Thomas: Hits 3 HRs, becomes all-time White Sox HR leader (8/15/1996) – PR=332
139 Tim Raines – Expos: Hits for the cycle, goes 5-for-5 in win (8/16/1987) – PR=205
140 Al Kaline: First number retired in Tigers history (8/17/1980) – PR=403
141 Jim Thome – Cleveland: Hits 2 HRs, picks up 6 RBI in rout of Tigers (8/18/1996) – PR=241
142 John Smoltz: Sets franchise record with 142 saves for Braves (8/19/2004) – PR=251
143 Mark McGwire – Cardinals: 1st player to hit 50+ HRs in 3 consecutive (8/20/1998) – PR=309
144 Babe Ruth – Yankees: 1st player in history to pass 600-HR milestone (8/21/1931) – PR=751
145 Justin Verlander – Tigers: Wins his 7th consecutive start, 19th of season (8/22/2011) – PR=148
146 Ken Griffey Jr – Mariners: Makes history by hitting 200 HR in 4-year span (8/23/1999) – PR=582
147 Seattle Mariners: Franchise’s name selected out of 15,000 entrants (8/24/1976) – PR=474
148 Jose Canseco – Red Sox: Hits 5th HR in 5 days (8/25/1995) – PR=266
149 Albert Pujols – Cardinals: Becomes 3rd youngest to hit 400 HRs (8/26/2010) – PR=587
150 Rickey Henderson – Athletics: Breaks single-season stolen base record with 119 (8/27/1982) – PR=540
151 Ichiro – Mariners: Becomes 3rd rookie to reach 200 hits in 1st season (8/2/8/2001) – PR=752
152 Bryce Harper – Nationals: Rookie blasts 2 HRs in 8-4 win (8/29/2012) – PR=236
153 Roger Clemens – Blue Jays: Scoreless-innings streak reaches 29 innings (8/30/1998) – PR=209
154 Ken Griffey/Ken Griffey Jr. – Mariners: Become 1st father/son pair to start in same lineup (8/31/1990) – PR=978
155 Mark McGwire – Cardinals: Surpasses Ruth’s consecutive-season HR record (9/1/1998) – PR=290
156 Alex Rodriguez – Yankees: Collects 2,500th hit of MLB career (9/2/2009) – PR=234
157 Miguel Cabrera – Tigers: Hits walk-off HR to finish club’s 7-run comeback (9/3/2011) – PR=337
158 Sammy Sosa: Sets new single-season Cubs HR record (9/4/1998) – PR=277
159 Tom Seaver: 1st Mets pitcher to notch 20 wins in a single season (9/5/1969) – PR=305
160 Ichiro – Mariners: Picks up 2,000th career hit (9/6/2009) – PR=502
161 Carl Yastrzemski – Red Sox: Passes Ted Williams on all-time total bases list (9/7/1979) – PR=392
162 George Brett – Royals: Notches 2,500th hit in win over Twins (9/8/1989) – PR=371
163 Nolan Ryan – Astros: Collects 4,500th strikeout of career (9/9/1987) – PR=433
164 Pedro Martinez – Red Sox: Throws one-hitter for 21st W of season (9/10/1999) – PR=254
165 Albert Pujols – Cardinals: Secures 10th straight 100+ RBI season (9/11/2010) – PR=538
166 Dwight Gooden – Mets: Breaks rookie-season strikeout record (9/12/1984) – PR=293
167 Alex Rodriguez – Mariners: Collects 200th hit of 1996 season, franchise first (9/13/1996) – PR=214
168 Ken Griffey/Ken Griffey Jr – Mariners: First father/son pair to hit back-to-back HRs (9/14/1990) – PR=761
169 Ozzie Smith – Cardinals: Sets MLB double play record with 1,554 (9/15/1995) – PR=432
170 Dave Winfield – Twins: Joins the 3,000 hits club (9/16/1993) – PR=239
171 Mariano Rivera – Yankees: Ties Trevor Hoffman’s all-time saves record with 602 (9/17/2009) – PR=339
172 Harmon Killebrew – Royals: Hits final home run of MLB career (9/18/1975) – PR=307
173 Albert Pujols – Cardinals: Breaks NL rookie RBI record with 120th (9/19/2001) – PR=430
174 Cal Ripken Jr – Orioles: Ends consecutive-games streak with historic break (9/20/1998) – PR=547
175 David Ortiz – Red Sox: Sets new club single-season home run record (9/21/2006) – PR=TBA
176 Greg Maddux – Braves: Wins 15th game of season, ties Cy Young’s record (9/22/2002) – PR=TBA
177 Lou Brock – Cardinals: Steals 938th and final base of legendary career (9/23/1979) – PR=TBA
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