2017 Topps

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  • Release Dates:
    • Series 1 - February 1, 2017
    • Series 2 - June 14, 2017

Notes: Additional variations were inserted into packs of 2017 Topps Update.


  1a   Kris Bryant
BASE: Swinging
  Chicago Cubs
  1b   Kris Bryant SSP, VAR
VAR: Smiling in the background
  Chicago Cubs
  2   Jason Hammel   Chicago Cubs
  3   Chris Capuano   Milwaukee Brewers
  4   Mark Reynolds   Colorado Rockies
  5a   Corey Seager ASR
BASE: Hitting (vertical)
  Los Angeles Dodgers
  5b   Corey Seager ASR, SSP, VAR
VAR: Stretching (horizontal)
  Los Angeles Dodgers
  6   Kevin Pillar   Toronto Blue Jays
  7   Gary Sanchez ASR   New York Yankees
  8a   Jose Berrios
BASE: White jersey (vertical)
  Minnesota Twins


  • For the 2nd year in a row, the #1 card was chosen by online voting through Topps.com from a list of 16 nominees.
  • The base set features a #7 card for the first time since 2012.
  • Jackie Robinson Day Commemorative Logo Patch cards are available in 101 count boxes (10 packs of base cards and 1 Patch card in separate Gold Wrapper).
  • The Topps Salute insert set cards highlight FATHER'S DAY, LEGENDS, MEMORIAL DAY, MOTHER'S DAY, ROOKIE, and THROWBACK JERSEY.
  • 1st Topps base set to include incomplete statistics since 1971.
  • Some SP variations were distributed in 2017 Topps Update Series packs. Those are listed here in an insert/related set in the 2017 Topps Update product.
  • First year that player bios included social media handles.
  • Ryan Schimpf (#372), Tommy Joseph (#431), Seung-Hwan Oh (#505), Julio Urias (#582), Kenta Maeda (#597) and Trea Turner (#645) were each named to the 2016 Topps All-Star Rookie Team but their cards are missing the trophy designation.
  • The card numbers use the same RCR font used on Dale Earnhardt's #3 car.

User Comments

Jul 16, 2019 - 6:59PM

I have an Alex Bregman RC #341 that shows Complete Set under the card #. I can't find it anywhere within the card listings. Any help? Thanks

Sep 22, 2018 - 2:28PM


Sep 22, 2018 - 2:28PM

Although banned from commenting on forum sections, apparently I can still comment on sets. As a Topps baseball card collector since 1987, I've decided to sell off all of my modern baseball cards because of 2016, 2017, and 2018 Topps. I collect today for the same reasons that I collected in 1987, and I can no longer do that with these soul-less releases. "What have you done for me lately" is evident with the incomplete statistics on the back. The "old folks get out" mentality is evident with the lack of manager and coaches cards. The team concept appears to have gone "out the door" with the lack of team cards. I'm going back to bubblegum cards.

Edited on: Sep 22, 2018 - 2:40PM


Posted by: baseballcardstoreca
Feb 24, 2022 - 3:06PM


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