They even have a preliminary checklist for the second half of the eponymous Topps set...but the 295 "veteran" players aren't assigned any card numbers (yet) and the 30 Rookies are still TBD.
Even though the images were already shown last week, it's nice to see how it all fits on the sell sheets. And those "A Cut Above" insert cards are die-cut after all. More to come.Enjoy.
P.S. There is also a preliminary checklist for this year's 30 Topps Team retail sets that was posted this morning too. Yes, there will also an NL and AL All-Star Team set this year as well, there may be 17 or 19 cards, depending on how you read the checklist. The thing that bothers me, and if I was a Boston Red Sox fan I'd get out the pitchforks and torches, but if the prelim checklist is correct your team set will consist of fourteen players and three cards of Fenway Park. If you like the ball park that's one thing, but I'd be miffed if deserving players on my team were given the shaft. And I thought Topps gave preferential treatment to the Red Sox. jba