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Final Stats for 2016 Topps Now Baseball Series

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To say that 2016 Topps Now baseball cards were a big hit is a bit of an understatement. With a set that eventually included autographs and relic cards, the on-demand short print cards were popular among collectors and are enjoying a healthy life on the secondary market as well.

A full checklist for the 2016 Topps Now baseball set can be found under the tab at the top of this page but in the interest of over-analyzing things, we’ve got some stats for the series. Enjoy!

2016 Topps Now Baseball Card Team Stats

  • Cards featuring players from different teams are counted once for each team appearing on the card.
  • Cards specifically designated as award cards, all star cards, or other non-team-specific cards are counted as “miscellaneous”.

Top 10 Teams – Cards Produced

  • Cubs – 132 Cards
  • Indians – 76 Cards
  • Dodgers – 68 Cards
  • Red Sox – 60 Cards
  • Nationals – 50 Cards
  • Giants – 47 Cards
  • Mets – 47 Cards
  • Orioles – 38 Cards
  • Blue Jays – 34 Cards
  • Rangers – 34 Cards

Top 10 Teams – Cards Printed

  • Cubs – 278,458 Cards
  • Red Sox – 48,151 Cards
  • Dodgers – 43,908 Cards
  • Mets – 36,214 Cards
  • Indians – 34,256 Cards
  • Yankees – 32,400 Cards
  • Nationals – 27,663 Cards
  • Marlins – 22,461 Cards
  • Giants – 17,630 Cards
  • Angels – 14,733 Cards

Top 10 Teams – Average Print Per Card

  • Cubs – 2,110 Cards
  • Marlins – 1,123 Cards
  • Yankees – 982 Cards
  • Red Sox – 803 Cards
  • Mets – 771 Cards
  • Misc – 651 Cards
  • Dodgers – 646 Cards
  • Pirates – 574 Cards
  • Nationals – 553 Cards
  • Angels – 546 Cards

Bottom 10 Teams – Cards Produced

  • Diamondbacks – 2 Cards
  • Rays – 2 Cards
  • Brewers – 4┬áCards
  • Reds – 7 Cards
  • Athletics – 8 Cards
  • Phillies – 10 Cards
  • Twins – 12 Cards
  • Padres – 13 Cards
  • Mariners – 13 Cards
  • Braves – 14 Cards

Bottom 10 Teams – Cards Printed

  • Rays – 561 Cards
  • Diamondbacks – 575 Cards
  • Brewers – 903 Cards
  • Reds – 2,165 Cards
  • Athletics – 2,793 Cards
  • Mariners – 4,198 Cards
  • Phillies – 4,222 Cards
  • Twins – 5,676 Cards
  • Padres – 6,508 Cards
  • Braves – 6,552 Cards
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2016 Topps Now Baseball Card Player Stats

  • Cards that feature multiple players are counted once for each player.
  • Team cards are counted by team and not by individual players.
  • Cards commemorating awards (Silver Slugger, etc) are listed by the award.

Top 10 Players – Cards Printed

Top 10 Players – Single Card Sales

  • Ichiro (327) – 11,550 Cards
  • Bartolo Colon (57) – 8,826 Cards
  • Chicago Cubs (665) – 6,009 Cards
  • Tyler Austin/Aaron Judge (351) – 5,250 Cards
  • Kris Bryant/Anthony Rizzo (663) – 4,516 Cards
  • David Ortiz (245) – 4,516 Cards
  • Ben Zobrist (664) – 4,445 Cards
  • Chase Utley (362) – 4,221 Cards
  • Chicago Cubs (572) – 3,836 Cards
  • Max Scherzer (68) – 3,746 Cards
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Miscellaneous Stats

    • First card to sell over 1,000
    • First card to sell over 2,000
      • Bartolo Colon (57)
    • First card to sell over 3,000
      • Bartolo Colon (57)
    • First card to sell over 4,000
      • Bartolo Colon (57)
    • First card to sell over 5,000
      • Bartolo Colon (57)
    • First card to sell over 6,000
      • Bartolo Colon (57)
    • First card to sell over 7,000
      • Bartolo Colon (57)
    • First card to sell over 8,000
      • Bartolo Colon (57)
    • Only┬ácard to sell over 9,000
      • Ichiro (327)
    • Team with most 1/1 Cards
      • Chicago Cubs
  • Top 5 Teams Average Print Per Card
    • Chicago Cubs – 2,145
    • Miami Marlins – 1,123
    • New York Yankees – 982
    • Boston Red Sox – 803
    • New York Mets – 771
  • Top 5 Teams % of Cards Produced
    • Chicago Cubs – 14.17%
    • Cleveland Indians – 8.42%
    • Los Angeles Dodgers – 7.53%
    • Boston Red Sox – 6.64%
    • Washington Nationals – 5.54%