Card of the Day: Bo Jackson 1994 Topps Stadium Club #547

Card of the Day: Joe Musgrove 2017 Topps Stadium Club Auto

Card of the Day: Julian Tavarez 1995 Topps Stadium Club #24

2021 Topps 582 Montgomery Club – Set #2

Set #2 of the 2021 Topps 582 Montgomery Club has arrived. This set consists of (20) cards. It has a good mix of Hall of Famers, current stars, and new 2021 rookies. I’m really happy to see Alec Bohm receive a card in this one.

  • Mookie Betts #1
  • Roberto Clemente #2
  • José Abreu #3
  • Nick Madrigal RC #4
  • Corey Seager #5
  • Javier Baez #6
  • Joey Bart RC #7
  • Randy Johnson #8
  • Bo Bichette #9
  • Aaron Judge #10
  • Cal Ripken Jr. #11
  • Bryce Harper #12
  • Ted Williams #13
  • Alec Bohm RC #14
  • Manny Machado #15
  • Max Scherzer #16
  • Giancarlo Stanton #17
  • Stan Musial #18
  • Willie Mays #19
  • Jo Adell RC #20

The online-exclusive products that club members get a first crack at have really taken off in popularity. Especially when it comes to the specific Sapphire Editions. It makes me wish I would have held on to some of them for a little bit longer. I’ve come to the conclusion that if it is prospect-based and/or a Sapphire Edition they’ve never made for a sport or entertainment property before picking it up is a must.

I enjoy flipping these boxes. From what I can see, the best strategy for flipping is to hold on to these boxes allowing the supply to dry up. Hopefully, within that waiting period one or some of the rookies in those boxes begin to perform well. A perfect example would be 2019/20 Topps Chrome UEFA Champions League Sapphire Edition. A single box originally cost $80 from Topps. Now that the supply has dried up, and Erling Haaland’s career has taken off these boxes have skyrocketed to almost $2,000.

We don’t have a definite idea of what other products (outside of the normal ones) that are on the way to club members. Last year at this time there was a six month gap. I don’t believe we’ll have to wait that long again. That gap was most likely due to COVID-19. 2021 Bowman 1st Edition is on the way, but this has never been a product that club members get early access to order. Some vendors have already received their allocation. If Topps does decide to sell some boxes online they will most likely head straight to the general public. Direct public sales of a product with a high-demand like 2021 Bowman 1st Edition sellout quickly, and sometimes even crash the Topps website. Who knows?

Artist and jeweler Ben Baller recently confirmed that collectors will see another Topps Chrome product featuring his work.

I would expect this to be a club exclusive just like the 2020 set.

Another possibility could be a Sapphire Edition of the new 2021 Topps Chrome Platinum Anniversary Edition. No Sapphire parallels are listed on that product’s details. Topps could be saving those for a club exclusive.

Star Wars, Mars Attacks, Bundesliga, MLS, UEFA Champions League, Formula 1, Muhammad Ali, Olympics, Tennis, Garbage Pail Kids, Wacky Packages, and the WWE are all non-baseball properties club members could see products for this year. Lots of potential fun products to look forward to. Topps certainly wouldn’t have a difficult time selling them.

Card of the Day: Greg Montgomery 1991 Topps Stadium Club #55

2021 Topps 582 Montgomery Club – Set #1

And we’re off! The first set of the 2021 Topps 582 Montgomery Club has arrived. Topps chose to use one of the unused designs that members voted on for the final set of the 2020 membership. I immediately recognized it when I opened the box.

(20) cards are in this set, with a guaranteed autograph. As you can see, the first set of the 2021 membership contains 2020 rookies. I’m hoping to see an Alec Bohm rookie in one of the other sets later this year.

Here is what I pulled:

Auto:

  • Austin Nola RC

Complete Set:

  • Cody Bellinger #1
  • Freddie Freeman #2
  • Kyle Lewis RC #3
  • Gleyber Torres #4
  • Hyun-Jin Ryu #5
  • Mike Brosseau RC #6
  • Alex Verdugo #7
  • Keston Hiura #8
  • Luke Voit #9
  • Matt Chapman #10
  • Juan Soto #11
  • Dominic Smith #12
  • Trent Grisham RC #13
  • Nico Hoerner RC #14
  • Mike Clevinger #15
  • Luis Arraez #16
  • Aristides Aquino RC #17
  • Ronald Acuña Jr. #18
  • Austin Nola RC #19
  • Mike Trout #20

Rays ’20 Topps Stadium Club Chrome Auto Contest Winner Announced

Congrats to Garrett Collins on being the lucky winner of the Mike Brosseau 2020 Topps Stadium Club Chrome RC Auto. Once Garrett Collins sends me his mailing address, I will ship this card ASAP. Thanks!

Rays ’20 Topps Stadium Club Chrome Auto Contest! – NOW CLOSED

This contest is for a Mike Brosseau 2020 Topps Stadium Club Chrome RC Auto. Good luck!!!

Contest Details:

  • This contest will end Friday, December 25, 2020 @ 8:00 p.m. EST.
  • To enter, please leave a comment in this post.
  • You can enter once per day.
  • The winner will be selected at random.
  • Please provide a valid e-mail address when entering.
  • U.S. residents only.
  • The winner will receive an e-mail when the contest is over.
  • The winner has one week to send me their contact information or the contest will be held again.
  • Once the contest is over, I will need the winner’s mailing address so I can ship them this card for FREE!!!

2020 Topps Stadium Club Chrome Baseball Hobby Box Break & Review

Collector Type: Set/Autograph/Refractor Nuts

2020 has been a crazy year for sports cards. We’ve seen some incredible pulls, and big $$$ sales. With a ton of prospects making their debut this year, get ready for a slew of new rookie cards coming in 2021. Personally, I’m looking forward to rookie cards of Phillies third baseman Alec Bohm.

It has been twenty years since Stadium Club Chrome was a standalone product. In May of 2000 collectors received their first taste of what Chrome-styled Stadium Club cards would look like. Over the last few years collectors have enjoyed the Stadium Club Chrome inserts found within the main Stadium Club set.

2020 Topps Stadium Club Chrome consists of (400) cards. That is (100) more cards compared to the standard Stadium Club product. Parallels include – Refractor, X-fractor (Blaster), Wave Refractor (1:113 packs), Gold Refractor #’ed/50, Orange Refractor #’ed/25 (Hobby), Red Refractor #’ed/5, and SuperFractor #’ed 1/1.

Autographs include Base Autographs, Beam Team Autographs, and Lone Star Signatures.

Inserts include Beam Team, Emperors of the Zone, and Power Zone.

Photography has always been the driving force with this brand. On-card autographs on chrome stock with various refractors to chase takes it to a whole new level. Very eye appealing especially when the photo Topps used has a brightly colored background.

This product’s return has been highly anticipated ever since it was first announced. It appeals to a variety of collectors. Even if you don’t pull a life altering hit you’re guaranteed to find some attractive cards you can add to your collection.

2020 certainly is the year for Chrome. Everything seems to be getting a Chrome edition. It won’t be long until we see Stadium Club Chrome Sapphire Edition.

When in doubt, Chrome it out.

Checklist

Here is what I pulled:

Auto:

  • Mike Brosseau RC

Parallels:

  • Derek Jeter Wave Refractor
  • Manny Machado Refractor
  • Shun Yamaguchi RC Refractor
  • Ozzie Smith Refractor
  • Kolten Wong Refractor
  • Travis Demeritte RC Refractor
  • Brandon Woodruff Refractor
  • Hunter Renfroe Refractor

Inserts:

  • Luis Severino Emperors of the Zone
  • Chipper Jones Power Zone
  • Gavin Lux RC Beam Team
  • Justin Verlander Beam Team
  • Ronald Acuña Jr. Beam Team
  • Luis Robert RC Beam Team

Notable Rookies:

  • Yordan Alvarez RC #69
  • Nico Hoerner RC #253

Card of the Day: Mark McGwire 2020 Topps Stadium Club #96