Topps released its new 2022 Series 2 Baseball collection Friday, expanding on the Series 1 released earlier this year and bringing the full Topps 2022 baseball set to 660 cards in total.
The series adds the next batch of base cards for 2022, filling in cards #331 to #660.
The new 330-card set features cards celebrating modern-day stars, emerging rookies, team cards and legendary greats. Series 2 also includes exclusive silver packs with one in every Hobby Box and two in every Hobby Jumbo Box. The exclusive silver packs include MLB veterans, rookies and retired greats on Topps’ chrome technology cards.
Parallels include Red Foilboard, Independence Day and several other colors.
Among the top hits are numerous auto cards, including Baseball Stars Autographs numbered to #/5 or less and 1987 Topps Baseball Autographs with parallels.
Other highlights from Series 2 include:
• New Sweet Shades Inserts printed on foilboard, featuring players with some of the coolest sunglasses in the game.
• New Diamond Greats Die Cuts showcasing 25 additional all-time greats on die-cut cards, continuing from Series 1.
• A new Generation Now Set, celebrating the newest generation of MLB Stars building on the Series 1 collection to make a 90-card set.
• New limited Salute to The Mick cards, adding three more cards to the nine-card set paying homage to Mickey Mantle.
• Silver Slugger Award Winner Patches celebrating 25 notable winners from years past.
• New Oversized 1987 Topps All Star Boxloaders featuring up to 25 all-time MLB All Stars on the classic 1987 ASG Commemorative Set design (exclusively in jumbo boxes).
Select stars from the Diamond Greats Die-Cuts, Generation Now, No-Hit Club and Sweet Shades inserts also include rare autographs numbered to #/10 or less.
The new series also features plenty of memorabilia and relic cards, including 1987 Topps Baseball Relics and Major League Material Relics.
Other commemorative relics include All-Star Alumni with MLB All-Star Game logos.
For a more in-depth look at the series, check out the deep dive at Cardboard Connections.
Topps Series 2 Collection is available online at Topps.com and at retailers and local hobby shops.
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