2023 Topps BIG LEAGUE FULL (20 Box) CASE PYT + 2023 Bowman Blaster Hitless Prize! FREE SHIPPING!
2023 Topps BIG LEAGUE FULL (20 Box) CASE PYT + 2023 Bowman Blaster Hitless Prize! FREE SHIPPING!

2023 Topps BIG LEAGUE FULL (20 Box) CASE PYT + 2023 Bowman Blaster Hitless Prize! FREE SHIPPING!

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>>>>HIT= Any Autograph or Relic card or any card #'d to 99 or less!

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1 of 1 JACKPOT = $180+
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(20) 2023 Topps BIG LEAGUE Hobby Boxes + 2023 Bowman Blaster

Arizona Diamondbacks $25.00
Atlanta Braves $80.00
Baltimore Orioles $180.00
Boston Red Sox $75.00
Chicago Cubs $40.00
Chicago White Sox $30.00
Cincinnati Reds $30.00
Cleveland Guardians $30.00
Colorado Rockies $25.00
Detroit Tigers $45.00
Houston Astros $40.00
Kansas City Royals $55.00
LA Angels $145.00
LA Dodgers $35.00
Miami Marlins $25.00
Milwaukee Brewers $25.00
Minnesota Twins $30.00
NY Mets $65.00
NY Yankees $65.00
Oakland Athletics $30.00
Philadelphia Phillies $30.00
Pittsburgh Pirates $55.00
San Diego Padres $45.00
San Francisco Giants $30.00
Seattle Mariners $80.00
St. Louis Cardinals $40.00
Tampa Bay Rays $55.00
Texas Rangers $45.00
Toronto Blue Jays $70.00
Washington Nationals $55.00


2023 Topps Big League Baseball Product Details


HOBBY – 8 


HOBBY – 18


 What am I Chasing in 2023 Topps Big League Baseball? 

2023 Topps Big League Baseball Base Cards

There are 310 cards in the Topps Big League Baseball base set, and the first 200 cards in the checklist are common — you can expect a pack to be filled mainly with these. In those first 200 cards, there are 25 rookies, highlighted by Cleveland Guardians outfielder (and 2022 postseason hero) Óscar González. The next 50 in the set are less common rainbow foil cards; one comes in every pack. In that group, you might expect to find promising rookies like Los Angeles Dodgers utilityman Miguel Vargas and Los Angeles Angels catcher Logan O’Hoppe, along with proven stars like Miami Marlins starter Sandy Alcantara, the winner of the 2022 NL Cy Young.

Base Set Common


Once you get to No. 251, the cards become more valuable. The next 25 cards – Rare Blue Foil – includes New York Mets’ top prospect Francisco Álvarez. That card type only appears once every 18 packs or one for every hobby box. Cards 276 to 300 are Super Rare Red Foils; you’ll only find one in every 90 packs. This group includes this year’s rookie card headliners, like Baltimore Orioles catcher Adley Rutschman and Arizona Diamondbacks outfielder Corbin Carroll.

Base Set – Super Rare Red Foil


Finally, you’ve got the Legendary Gold Foils in the last ten cards of the set. It’s all titans of the game here — Jackie Robinson, Babe Ruth, Ken Griffey Jr., and more — and there’s only one card for every 360 packs. For these, you either have to take a lot of at-bats or just get really lucky. 

Base Set – Legendary Gold Foil


Still looking for more rare cards in the base set? There are also Black Foil (numbered to 25), and Foilfractor (one of one) parallels for every one of the 310 base cards.


2023 Topps Big League Baseball Inserts

Insert cards are always a chance for the designers at Topps to have a little fun. 8-Bit Ballers cards take on a retro video game style, nodding to the past while showcasing some of the modern game’s most feared sluggers. It also honors a few legends, including former Kansas City Royals outfielder Bo Jackson (who was famously unstoppable in an 8-bit video game, albeit a football one).

8-Bit Ballers Auto


The MLB’s City Connect program has been a hit so far, and by next year, every team in the league will have revealed their own City Connect uniform. The City Slickers insert highlights ballplayers in those special-edition threads, like Boston Red Sox third baseman Rafael Devers in a uniform inspired by the colors of the famous Boston Marathon.

If collecting players wasn’t enough, the Mascots insert pays tribute to the game’s silly creatures and characters that roam the stands. The standard mascot cards are relatively common, while a rarer variation of the insert, called Mascot Mania Foil, places the mascots in locations notable to their home cities. (For instance, Mr. Met is depicted as a straphanger on the New York City subway.)

Mascots Mania Foil Variation


2023 Topps Big League Baseball Autos

Serious collectors on the hunt for autographs have plenty to chase in Big League Baseball. The best shots to nab an auto come in one of two sets: Big League Blue Foil Autographs (which consists of veteran players) and Opening Act Blue Foil Autographs (which features rookies). In addition to the more common Blue Foil, both sets have the following parallels: Gold Foil (numbered to 50), Orange Foil (numbered to 25), Red Foil (numbered to five), and Foilfractor (one of one). 

Opening Act Auto


There are also opportunities to get signed versions of a few of the inserts above, like the 8-Bit Ballers and City Slickers cards.    


2023 Topps Big League Baseball Contests

That’s not all you’ve got to look forward to — the set even has a few contests for collectors. Each hobby box includes a “Become a Big Leaguer” scratcher; the winner will have their very own card in next year’s Big League Baseball set. And for aspiring influencers, there’s the Social Media Follow Back Redemption. Whoever gets their hands on one of these cards earns a follow from All-Stars like Seattle Mariners outfielder Julio Rodriguez. You’ll still have to earn a like on your pic fair and square. 

Break Rules:
1) All BASE multi-player cards that are not numbered or parallels will always go to the furthest left players team. All #'d or parallel cards will be determined by a random to all teams involved with the card.

2) Non Licensed Product Group Break Rules
Occasionally we break products that are not licensed by a company that do not have teams or cities listed on the cards. The following rules apply if the card has no professional city or team on it
If the card is of a player who is currently playing on a professional team, the card will go to that team.
If the card is of a retired player, the card will go the team he had the longest tenure with. If the player happened to be on multiple teams for the same amount of time the card will be randomized between those teams.
If the card is of an athlete/coach/etc. that never played for a professional team, the card will be randomized between hitless teams.

3) Trading

During the hosted breaks, there will be 3-5 minutes to trade teams among each other so please be alert when trading is open.
You can also sell your team before the break begins to another person, as long as you can come to terms with the deal.
Both trades and sales must be confirmed to Thomas Biniek Jr. via PM by both parties.