2017 Topps Stadium Club will make a return appearance this summer, with the full-bleed photos again taking center stage. As of now, the product is set to be delivered the week of July 12. Eight cards will be found in each pack with 16 packs to a box. Each case will include 16 boxes.
A checklist for 2017 Topps Stadium Club is at the bottom of the page.
The set will again feature a mix of current and former stars. Collectors should look for pictures of game-changing plays, player celebrations, and fun moments. In all, a total of 300 base cards are in the set, including 50 variations.
2017 Stadium Club Parallels
- Gold Foil Parallel – Limited
- Black Foil Parallel – Inserted 1:8 packs
- Black & White Parallel – Inserted 1:48 packs Hobby Only
- Rainbow Foil Parallel – #’d to 25
- First Day Issue Parallel – Limited to 10
- Gold Rainbow Foil Parallel – #’d 1/1 Hobby Only NEW
2017 Stadium Club Chrome Parallels
In addition to the parallels above, special chrome parallels can be found this year. Those chrome cards include:
- Parallel – 1 per box
- Refractor Parallel – 1:4 boxes
- Gold Minted Parallel – 1 per case
- SuperFractor Parallel – #’d 1/1 Hobby Only
- Autograph Parallel – select subjects #’d to 10 or less
Five special insert sets are planned for 2017 Topps Stadium Club – each with parallel cards: Beam Team (best players), Contact Sheet (top pitchers), Power Zone (home run hitters), Scoreless Streak (top pitchers), and Instavision (star players).
All inserts, except for Instavision, include gold parallels (one per case), black parallels (numbered to 99), orange parallels (numbered to 50), and elusive gold rainbow parallels (1/1). Instavision inserts have those same parallels but in scarcer populations aside from the gold rainbow parallels, which are also 1/1. The Instavision gold parallels, for example, are numbered to only 50. Instavision black parallels (numbered to 25) and orange parallels (numbered to 10) are produced in fewer quantities, too.
Topps is promising two autographs per hobby box. For starters, there are base autographs with on-card signatures – each with gold (numbered to 50), black (numbered to 25), rainbow (numbered to 10), and 1/1 gold rainbow parallels to chase.
In addition to those, collectors can find Beam Team autographs, Co-Signers Autographs, Lone Star Signatures, Power Zone Autographs, and Scoreless Stream Autographs. Each of those include orange parallels numbered to only five and the 1/1 gold rainbow parallels.
Prices for the 2017 Stadium Club baseball cards look to open at around $75-$90 per hobby box. You can see them for sale here.