2022 Topps Series 2 Review And Checklist


Topps will release Series 2, the latter part of its flagship release, this June. The Series 2 checklist is another 330-card checklist and will begin with #331. CardLines is breaking down all the details in the 2022 Topps Series 2 review And checklist.

2022 Topps Baseball Series 2 Release Date

The second installment of this year’s flagship release is set to hit shelves this June. 2022 Topps Series 2 Baseball Hobby and HTA Hobby Jumbo boxes will be released on Wednesday, June 8. Each format has exclusive cards. For example, hobby exclusive cards are found in the hobby and jumbo boxes but not in the retail formats. Retail, blaster, hanger boxes, and fat packs debut later in the month.

History of Topps Series 2 Baseball

Look for 2021 Topps Series 2 Hobby Boxes on eBay. 

As you’d expect, Series 2 picks up where Series 1 left off and is released mid-way through the regular season. The checklist features players not featured in the initial release and rookie cards for the game’s top new stars. If you want to know more about the differences between Series 1 and Series 2, check out our overview.

Series 2 follows the same base card design as Series 1. Topps carries some insert sets over while introducing new lines. There’s always a ton of short prints, autographs, and memorabilia cards.

This Bo Bichette is a Series 2 beauty. Look for more of his autos on eBay. 

2022 Topps Series 2 Baseball Review Of What’s Hot 

The 2022 Topps flagship design takes on a more minimalist design than in previous years, something many collectors appreciate. Base versions feature a white border with sharp lines. Team logos are on the bottom left in a ball-like design. In addition, many have noted the improvement in the size of players’ names at the bottom of the cards.

2022 Topps Series 2 Baseball Review Of What’s Not

Not everyone is going to love every design Topps releases, though. This year is no different. Some collectors have noted that it looks more like a Bowman design and is somewhat uninspired.

2022 Topps Baseball Series 2 Formats

2022 Topps Series 2 Baseball will be released in six different formats. Hobby and Jumbo boxes will be released first, on June 8. Then, all others — retail boxes, fat packs, blaster boxes, and hanger boxes- will be released on June 24. The breakdown for each format is below.

Hobby Box

  • 14 cards per pack
  • 24 packs per box
  • 336 total cards
  • Hobby exclusive cards: Base Set Clear Variation /100 (100 subjects), All-Star Alumni Patches, Silver Slugger Award Winner Patches
  • Each box includes: 1 Autograph or Memorabilia Card, 1 Bonus Silver Pack
  • Release Date: June 8, 2022
  • Price: $129.95 (pre-order)

HTA Hobby Jumbo Box

  • 46 cards per pack
  • 10 packs per box
  • 460 total cards
  • Jumbo exclusive cards: Base Card Gold Foil Parallels, Oversized 1987 Topps All-Star Boxtoppers
  • Each box includes: 1 Autograph, 1 Memorabilia Card, 1 Manufactured Relic, 2 Bonus Silver Packs
  • Release Date: June 8, 2022
  • Price: $274.95 (pre-order)

Retail Box

  • 16 cards per pack
  • 24 packs per box
  • 384 total cards
  • Retail exclusives: Royal Blue Parallel (Inserted 1:10 packs), Chrome and Paper Stars of MLB set, Commemorative Batting Helmet Cards
  • Release Date: June 24, 2022
  • Price: $84.95 (pre-order)

Fat Pack

Look for Series 2 Fat Packs on eBay. 

  • 36 cards per pack
  • 12 packs per box
  • 432 total cards
  • Release Date: June 24, 2022
  • Price: $7.95 (pre-order)

Blaster Box

  • 14 cards per pack
  • 7 packs per box
  • 98 total cards
  • Release Date: June 24, 2022
  • Price: $29.95 (pre-order)

Hanger Box

  • 67 cards per box
  • Release Date: June 24, 2022
  • Price: $19.95 (pre-order)

The 2022 Topps Series 2 Review And Checklist: The Checklist 

The checklist for 2022 Topps Series 2 is 330 cards long. Most of the parallels in Series 2 are the same as those in Series 1. In addition, there’s a variety of inserts, autographs, and relics, some of which are exclusive to hobby and jumbo boxes.

A Note On The Rookie Class

Until the checklist is out, we cannot know for certain who will be included in this release. But we made a pretty solid guess. We will update this article as soon as the checklist is out.

Hobby (H) and Jumbo (J) Exclusive Cards

  • Clear Parallel – /10 (H)
  • All-Star Alumni Relics and Silver Slugger Award Winner Patches (H)
  • Gold Foil – 1:2 packs (J)
  • Oversized 1987 Topps Baseball All-Stars Boxloaders (J)
  • Base Set Black Parallel – /71 (H&J)
  • In the Name Relics (H&J)
  • Topps Reverence Autograph Patch – /10 or less (H&J)
  • Various Auto and Relic Platinum Parallels – 1/1 (H&J)
  • Sketch cards – 1/1 (H&J)
  • Topps Silver Packs (H&J)

2022 Topps Series 2 Baseball Parallels

  • Rainbow Foil – 1:10 packs
  • Gold Foil – 1:2 (Jumbo only)
  • Gold – /2022
  • Green Foilboard – /499
  • Orange Foilboard – /299
  • Red Foilboard – /199
  • Vintage Stock – /99
  • Independence Day – /76
  • Black – /71 (Hobby and Jumbo only)
  • Father’s Day Powder Blue – /50
  • Mother’s Day Hot Pink – /50
  • Memorial Day Camo – /25
  • Printing Plates – 1/1
  • Platinum – 1/1

The 2022 Topps Series 2 Review And Checklist: Inserts

 There are a handful of insert sets in the 2022 Topps Series 2 release. Most follow the same parallel breakdown: Blue (limited), Black (/299), Gold (/75), Red (/10), and Platinum (1/1). Some also include autographed parallels for select players. Those are numbered to 10 or less.

Topps carries over a few of the Series 1 insert sets in the Series 2 release:

  • Generation Now: 30-card checklist featuring the young stars in today’s game.
  • Diamond Greats Die-Cuts: 25-card checklist featuring baseball legends on cut-out cards.
  • 1987 Topps All-Star Baseball: A salute to the 1987 Topps design, this time with an All-Star twist.
  • Salute to the Mick: The following three cards in the nine-card set honoring Mickey Mantle.

Additionally, there are four new insert sets in the Series 2 release:

  • Sweet Shades: Players wearing sunglasses on foiled cards.
  • Significant Statistics: Features the players who topped the advanced statistics leaderboards in 2021.
  • No-Hit Club: A set made up of pitchers who have thrown no-hitters.
  • Sketch Cards: Unique 1/1 drawings found only in hobby and jumbo boxes.

Lastly, oversized 1987 Topps All-Star Baseball boxloaders are included in Jumbo boxes. The checklist for these carries 25 current or former All-Stars and contains the following parallels: Gold (/50), Red (/10), Platinum (1/1).

The 2022 Topps Series 2 Review And Checklist: Autographs

 Topps is sticking with the 1987 theme in their autograph checklists. There will be autographs on the usual 1987 Topps design and the 1987 Topps All-Star design. There’s also a Baseball Stars Autograph checklist and a Dual Autograph version. Finally, there’s a unique 1/1 Cut Signatures set full of MLB legends. The parallel breakdown for 2022 Topps Series 2 Autographs is below.

1987 Topps Baseball Autographs

  • Black – /199 or less
  • Gold – /50 or less
  • Red – /25 or less (Hobby only)
  • Platinum – 1/1 (Hobby and Jumbo only)

1987 Topps All-Star Baseball Autographs

  • Black – /50 or less
  • Gold – /25 or less
  • Red – /10 or less (Hobby only)
  • Platinum – 1/1 (Hobby and Jumbo only)

Baseball Stars Autographs

  • Black – /199
  • Gold – /50
  • Red – /25
  • Platinum – 1/1

Baseball Stars Dual Autos

  • Print run of /5 or less

Cut Signatures

  • All cards are unique 1/1

Generation Now, Sweet Shades, Diamond Greats Die-Cuts, No-Hit Club

  • Autographed versions of inserts numbered to /10 or less

The 2022 Topps Series 2 Review And Checklist: Memorabilia 

 What memorabilia and relics are available in the Topps Series 2 release? Here are some of the highlights. 

1987 Topps Baseball Relics & Major League Materials

  • Black – /199
  • Gold – /50
  • Red – /25
  • Platinum – 1/1 (Hobby and Jumbo only)

All-Star Alumni (Hobby only)

  • Gold – /75
  • Red – /10
  • Platinum – /1
  • Autographed – Select players, /10 or less

Silver Slugger Award Winner Patches (Hobby only)

  • Black – /299
  • Gold – /75
  • Red – /10
  • Platinum – 1/1
  • Autographed – Select players, /10 or less

In the Name Relics

  • All cards are unique 1/1 (Hobby and Jumbo only)

Topps Reverence Autograph Patch Cards (Hobby and Jumbo only)

  • Base – /10
  • Red – /5
  • Platinum – 1/1

Major League Material Autograph Cards

  • Base – /50 or less
  • Red – /25 or less
  • Platinum Parallel – 1/1

Bottomline Of The 2022 Topps Series 2 Review And Checklist: Value

While the flagship releases are anything but high-end, they include some sensational hits and iconic rookie cards. So, how does the value of this storied product hold up on the open market?

Wax

Like many others, the value of Topps Series 2 wax depends on the strength of the rookie class. Unfortunately, the 2020 and 2021 Series 2 rookie classes were relatively weak. Luis Robert headlined the 2020 rookie class, and 2021 by Jazz Chisholm Jr. and Ke’Bryan Hayes.

The 2018 and 2019 Topps Series 2 releases have increased their value somewhat. 2018’s value is driven by two-way phenom Shohei Ohtani. Meanwhile, 2019’s value is sustained by Fernando Tatis Jr. and Vladimir Guerrero Jr.

2017 Topps Series 2 $165
2018 Topps Series 2 $496
2019 Topps Series 2 $400
2020 Topps Series 2 $116
2021 Topps Series 2 $76

You don’t have much to lose buying a Series 2 hobby box. They retain their value. However, you won’t make a profit unless the rookie class includes a future superstar.

Singles

The best and brightest rookies will always garner the most attention and the highest price tags. The table below shows the raw card values for the players mentioned in recent Topps Series 2 releases.

2018 Topps #700 Shohei Ohtani $16.00
2019 Topps #410 Fernando Tatis Jr. $23.50
2019 Topps Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (No #) $27.00
2020 Topps #392 Luis Robert $3.40
2021 Topps #538 Jazz Chisholm Jr. $2.50
2021 Topps #644 Ke’Bryan Hayes $2.20

So while the raw rookie base value isn’t very inspiring, let’s see how the hits perform.

2020 Topps Mookie Betts Hollywood SSSP (Raw) $2,274
2018 Ronald Acuna Jr. Bat Down SSP (PSA 10) $2,025
2018 Shohei Ohtani SSP (BGS 9) $2,000
2020 Derek Jete auto 1/1 (PSA 10) $1,525

Don’t expect any life-changing cards in Series 2. But a good auto or short print can make back several times the price of the box.

The Ronald Acuna Jr. “bat down” SSP is one of the most popular Series 2 cards ever. See what they go for on eBay. 

Bottomline Of The 2022 Topps Series 2 Review And Checklist

The potential rookie class for 2022 Topps Series 2 has the opportunity to be much stronger than that of Series 1, which, beyond Wander Franco, didn’t have many obvious standouts. We don’t have the checklist for 2022 yet, but a few rookies who are likely to be featured are Bobby Witt Jr., CJ Abrams, Spencer Torkelson, Hunter Greene, and Seiya Suzuki. But, as usual, there are a bunch of hits in hobby and jumbo boxes. You’ll have a chance to find those on release day.

READ: The best 2022 Topps Update rookies

2022 Topps Baseball Series 2 Checklist

The base set has 330 cards.

331 Rafael Devers – Boston Red Sox
332 Jhonathan Diaz – Los Angeles Angels RC
333 Nick Fortes – Miami Marlins RC
334 J.A. Happ – St. Louis Cardinals
335 Yonathan Daza – Colorado Rockies
336 Brandon Woodruff – Milwaukee Brewers
337 Aaron Nola – Philadelphia Phillies
338 Luis Frias – Arizona Diamondbacks RC
339 Connor Overton – Pittsburgh Pirates RC
340 Dean Kremer – Baltimore Orioles
341 New York Mets – New York Mets
342 Swanson/Albies – Atlanta Braves CL Combo
343 Jed Lowrie – Oakland Athletics
344 Brandon Nimmo – New York Mets
345 Seth Beer – Arizona Diamondbacks RC
346 Francisco Mejia – Tampa Bay Rays
347 Cal Quantrill – Cleveland Guardians
348 Leury Garcia – Chicago White Sox
349 Stephen Piscotty – Oakland Athletics
350 Justin Verlander – Houston Astros
351 Zack Collins – Chicago White Sox
352 Charlie Blackmon – Colorado Rockies
353 Sandy Leon – Cleveland Guardians
354 Ronald Torreyes – Philadelphia Phillies
355 Teoscar Hernandez – Toronto Blue Jays
356 Alex Verdugo – Boston Red Sox
357 Jeff McNeil – New York Mets
358 Rafael Ortega – Chicago Cubs
359 Alex Cobb – San Francisco Giants
360 Joan Adon – Washington Nationals RC
361 George Springer – Toronto Blue Jays
362 Alex Dickerson – San Francisco Giants
363 Yonny Hernandez – Texas Rangers RC
364 Taylor Trammell – Seattle Mariners
365 Michael Chavis – Pittsburgh Pirates
366 DJ Stewart – Baltimore Orioles
367 Franco/Harper – MLB CL Combo
368 Jason Castro – Houston Astros
369 Kevin Gausman – Toronto Blue Jays
370 Jake McCarthy – Arizona Diamondbacks RC
371 Nick Ahmed – Arizona Diamondbacks
372 Yoan Moncada – Chicago White Sox
373 Ryan Feltner – Colorado Rockies RC
374 Taylor Widener – Arizona Diamondbacks
375 J.D. Davis – New York Mets
376 Jordan Lyles – Texas Rangers
377 Zach Plesac – Cleveland Guardians
378 Willy Adames – Milwaukee Brewers
379 Ryan O’Hearn – Kansas City Royals
380 DJ LeMahieu – New York Yankees
381 Guerrero Jr./Bichette – Toronto Blue Jays CL Combo
382 Jordan Montgomery – New York Yankees
383 Andy Ibanez – Texas Rangers
384 Brad Miller – Philadelphia Phillies
385 Victor Caratini – San Diego Padres
386 Ranger Suarez – Philadelphia Phillies
387 Jovani Moran – Minnesota Twins RC
388 Jo Adell – Los Angeles Angels
389 Gavin Lux – Los Angeles Dodgers
390 Joe Ryan – Minnesota Twins RC
391 Jordan Romano – Toronto Blue Jays
392 Luis Castillo – Cincinnati Reds
393 Kevin Plawecki – Boston Red Sox
394 Daulton Varsho – Arizona Diamondbacks
395 Greg Deichmann – Chicago Cubs RC
396 Kenley Jansen – Los Angeles Dodgers
397 Tyler O’Neill – St. Louis Cardinals
398 Jackie Bradley Jr. – Boston Red Sox
399 Stanton/Judge – New York Yankees CL Combo
400 Yordan Alvarez – Houston Astros
401 Ozzie Albies – Atlanta Braves
402 Akil Baddoo – Detroit Tigers
403 Danny Duffy – Kansas City Royals
404 Andrew Young – Washington Nationals
405 Carlos Correa – Houston Astros
406 Tucker Barnhart – Detroit Tigers
407 Bradley Zimmer – Cleveland Guardians
408 Wilmer Flores – San Francisco Giants
409 Chris Sale – Boston Red Sox
410 David Peralta – Arizona Diamondbacks
411 Dane Dunning – Texas Rangers
412 Brad Keller – Kansas City Royals
413 Kervin Castro – San Francisco Giants RC
414 Blake Snell – San Diego Padres
415 Austin Hays – Baltimore Orioles
416 Ohtani/Marsh – Los Angeles Angels CL Combo
417 Jorge Polanco – Minnesota Twins
418 Jack Lopez – Boston Red Sox RC
419 Tommy Edman – St. Louis Cardinals
420 Austin Barnes – Los Angeles Dodgers
421 Shane Baz – Tampa Bay Rays RC
422 Otto Lopez – Toronto Blue Jays RC
423 Tarik Skubal – Detroit Tigers
424 Dallas Keuchel – Chicago White Sox
425 Brian Miller – Miami Marlins RC
426 Donovan Solano – San Francisco Giants
427 Jose Urena – Detroit Tigers
428 Patrick Sandoval – Los Angeles Angels
429 Marcus Semien – Texas Rangers
430 Jon Heasley – Kansas City Royals RC
431 Casey Mize – Detroit Tigers
432 Alejandro Kirk – Toronto Blue Jays
433 Dylan Cease – Chicago White Sox
434 Joey Bart – San Francisco Giants
435 Minnesota Twins – Minnesota Twins
436 Alonso/Lindor – New York Mets CL Combo
437 Glenn Otto – Texas Rangers RC
438 Walker Buehler – Los Angeles Dodgers
439 Josh Bell – Washington Nationals
440 Trent Grisham – San Diego Padres
441 Paul DeJong – St. Louis Cardinals
442 Lorenzo Cain – Milwaukee Brewers
443 Cody Bellinger – Los Angeles Dodgers
444 Justin Upton – Los Angeles Angels
445 Luke Voit – New York Yankees
446 Luis Garcia – Houston Astros
447 David Fletcher – Los Angeles Angels
448 Nick Castellanos – Cincinnati Reds
449 Kolten Wong – Milwaukee Brewers
450 Francisco Lindor – New York Mets
451 Randy Dobnak – Minnesota Twins
452 Alec Bohm – Philadelphia Phillies
453 Luis Arraez – Minnesota Twins
454 Kevin Kiermaier – Tampa Bay Rays
455 Henry Ramos – Arizona Diamondbacks RC
456 Chris Bassitt – Oakland Athletics
457 Josh Harrison – Oakland Athletics
458 Sean Murphy – Oakland Athletics
459 Zach Davies – Chicago Cubs
460 Lance Lynn – Chicago White Sox
461 Austin Gomber – Colorado Rockies
462 Chris Owings – Colorado Rockies
463 Bryse Wilson – Pittsburgh Pirates
464 San Francisco Giants – San Francisco Giants
465 Baltimore Orioles – Baltimore Orioles
466 Nick Madrigal – Chicago Cubs
467 Elias Diaz – Colorado Rockies
468 Frank Schwindel – Chicago Cubs
469 Los Angeles Dodgers – Los Angeles Dodgers
470 Triston McKenzie – Cleveland Guardians
471 Sean Guenther – Miami Marlins RC
472 Luis Garcia – Washington Nationals
473 Molina/Wainwright – St. Louis Cardinals CL Combo
474 Alec Mills – Chicago Cubs
475 Andrew Benintendi – Kansas City Royals
476 Adbert Alzolay – Chicago Cubs
477 Abraham Toro – Seattle Mariners
478 Corey Dickerson – Toronto Blue Jays
479 Josh Lowe – Tampa Bay Rays RC
480 Colton Welker – Colorado Rockies RC
481 Robbie Ray – Seattle Mariners
482 Drew Rasmussen – Tampa Bay Rays
483 Michael Taylor – Kansas City Royals
484 Matt Carpenter – St. Louis Cardinals
485 Jose Barrero – Cincinnati Reds
486 Adrian Houser – Milwaukee Brewers
487 Josh Hader – Milwaukee Brewers
488 Eric Haase – Detroit Tigers
489 Seattle Mariners – Seattle Mariners
490 Nico Hoerner – Chicago Cubs
491 Anthony Santander – Baltimore Orioles
492 Stephen Strasburg – Washington Nationals
493 Jonathan Schoop – Detroit Tigers
494 Alex Wood – San Francisco Giants
495 Austin Warren – Los Angeles Angels RC
496 Yandy Diaz – Tampa Bay Rays
497 Aaron Hicks – New York Yankees
498 German Marquez – Colorado Rockies
499 Brandon Lowe – Tampa Bay Rays
500 Eloy Jimenez – Chicago White Sox
501 Philadelphia Phillies – Philadelphia Phillies
502 Mike Baumann – Baltimore Orioles RC
503 Wil Myers – San Diego Padres
504 Andres Gimenez – Cleveland Guardians
505 Lux/Betts – Los Angeles Dodgers CL Combo
506 Juan Yepez – St. Louis Cardinals RC
507 Dansby Swanson – Atlanta Braves
508 Antonio Senzatela – Colorado Rockies
509 Spencer Strider – Atlanta Braves RC
510 Carlos Santana – Kansas City Royals
511 Jake Cronenworth – San Diego Padres
512 Frankie Montas – Oakland Athletics
513 Dominic Smith – New York Mets
514 Garrett Richards – Boston Red Sox
515 Kendall Graveman – Chicago White Sox
516 Stephen Ridings – New York Yankees RC
517 Marcos Diplan – Baltimore Orioles RC
518 Odubel Herrera – Philadelphia Phillies
519 Boston Red Sox – Boston Red Sox
520 Elvis Andrus – Oakland Athletics
521 Cooper Criswell – Los Angeles Angels RC
522 Daniel Vogelbach – Milwaukee Brewers
523 Rhys Hoskins – Philadelphia Phillies
524 Connor Seabold – Boston Red Sox RC
525 Patrick Corbin – Washington Nationals
526 Alfonso Rivas – Chicago Cubs RC
527 Mike Soroka – Atlanta Braves
528 Joc Pederson – Atlanta Braves
529 Mitch Garver – Minnesota Twins
530 Bryan Reynolds – Pittsburgh Pirates
531 Yusei Kikuchi – Seattle Mariners
532 Jonathan Villar – New York Mets
533 Luis Severino – New York Yankees
534 Josh VanMeter – Arizona Diamondbacks
535 Paul Goldschmidt – St. Louis Cardinals
536 Mark Kolozsvary – Cincinnati Reds RC
537 Oneil Cruz – Pittsburgh Pirates RC
538 Yuli Gurriel – Houston Astros
539 Luis Patiño – Tampa Bay Rays
540 Packy Naughton – Los Angeles Angels RC
541 Elvis Peguero – Los Angeles Angels RC
542 Jeimer Candelario – Detroit Tigers
543 Roansy Contreras – Pittsburgh Pirates RC
544 Miguel Rojas – Miami Marlins
545 Jake Fraley – Seattle Mariners
546 TJ Friedl – Cincinnati Reds RC
547 A.J. Alexy – Texas Rangers RC
548 Tanner Houck – Boston Red Sox
549 Shogo Akiyama – Cincinnati Reds
550 Trea Turner – Los Angeles Dodgers
551 Nathaniel Lowe – Texas Rangers
552 Jorge Lopez – Baltimore Orioles
553 Jeff Hoffman – Cincinnati Reds
554 Oliver Ortega – Los Angeles Angels RC
555 Lane Thomas – Washington Nationals
556 JT Brubaker – Pittsburgh Pirates
557 Kyle Farmer – Cincinnati Reds
558 Texas Rangers – Texas Rangers
559 Angel Zerpa – Kansas City Royals RC
560 Jesus Aguilar – Miami Marlins
561 Matt Brash – Seattle Mariners RC
562 Zac Gallen – Arizona Diamondbacks
563 Jonathan India – Cincinnati Reds
564 Jose Trevino – Texas Rangers
565 Edmundo Sosa – St. Louis Cardinals
566 Edward Cabrera – Miami Marlins RC
567 Dylan Moore – Seattle Mariners
568 Keibert Ruiz – Washington Nationals
569 Brett Phillips – Tampa Bay Rays
570 Mark Canha – New York Mets
571 Javier Baez – Detroit Tigers
572 Max Muncy – Los Angeles Dodgers
573 Niko Goodrum – Detroit Tigers
574 Trayce Thompson – Chicago Cubs
575 Pat Valaika – Baltimore Orioles
576 Byron Buxton – Minnesota Twins
577 Roman Quinn – Philadelphia Phillies
578 Dylan Carlson – St. Louis Cardinals
579 Ryan Mountcastle – Baltimore Orioles
580 Carter Kieboom – Washington Nationals
581 Willie Calhoun – Texas Rangers
582 Christian Arroyo – Boston Red Sox
583 Gerardo Parra – Washington Nationals
584 Noah Syndergaard – Los Angeles Angels
585 Chicago Cubs – Chicago Cubs
586 Ryan Vilade – Colorado Rockies RC
587 Justus Sheffield – Seattle Mariners
588 Jack Flaherty – St. Louis Cardinals
589 Adalberto Mondesi – Kansas City Royals
590 Bailey Ober – Minnesota Twins
591 Cavan Biggio – Toronto Blue Jays
592 Mark Melancon – Arizona Diamondbacks
593 Chris Paddack – San Diego Padres
594 Janson Junk – Los Angeles Angels RC
595 Romy Gonzalez – Chicago White Sox RC
596 Trevor Larnach – Minnesota Twins
597 Milwaukee Brewers – Milwaukee Brewers
598 Nick Gordon – Minnesota Twins
599 Jose Siri – Houston Astros RC
600 Manny Machado – San Diego Padres
601 Chad Kuhl – Pittsburgh Pirates
602 Evan White – Seattle Mariners
603 Cole Tucker – Pittsburgh Pirates
604 Logan Allen – Cleveland Guardians
605 Kole Calhoun – Texas Rangers
606 Sandy Alcantara – Miami Marlins
607 Jose Urquidy – Houston Astros
608 A.J. Pollock – Los Angeles Dodgers
609 Max Stassi – Los Angeles Angels
610 Guillermo Heredia – Atlanta Braves
611 Payton Henry – Miami Marlins RC
612 Manuel Margot – Tampa Bay Rays
613 Lewin Diaz – Miami Marlins
614 Jack Mayfield – Los Angeles Angels
615 Ian Anderson – Atlanta Braves
616 Michael Kopech – Chicago White Sox
617 Evan Longoria – San Francisco Giants
618 Roberto Perez – Cleveland Guardians
619 Reiver Sanmartin – Cincinnati Reds RC
620 Anthony Rendon – Los Angeles Angels
621 Sixto Sanchez – Miami Marlins
622 Kenta Maeda – Minnesota Twins
623 Jacob Robson – Detroit Tigers RC
624 Tucker Davidson – Atlanta Braves
625 Gary Sanchez – New York Yankees
626 Kris Bubic – Kansas City Royals
627 David Bote – Chicago Cubs
628 J.P. Crawford – Seattle Mariners
629 William Contreras – Atlanta Braves
630 Hernandez/Devers – Boston Red Sox CL Combo
631 Vladimir Gutierrez – Cincinnati Reds
632 Brandon Belt – San Francisco Giants
633 Carlos Carrasco – New York Mets
634 Taylor Hearn – Texas Rangers
635 Kevin Newman – Pittsburgh Pirates
636 Kevin Smith – Toronto Blue Jays RC
637 Lance McCullers Jr. – Houston Astros
638 Lewis Brinson – Miami Marlins
639 Gleyber Torres – New York Yankees
640 Detroit Tigers – Detroit Tigers
641 Charlie Barnes – Minnesota Twins RC
642 Hans Crouse – Philadelphia Phillies RC
643 Cleveland Guardians – Cleveland Guardians
644 Pablo Lopez – Miami Marlins
645 Kutter Crawford – Boston Red Sox RC
646 Pittsburgh Pirates – Pittsburgh Pirates
647 Kansas City Royals – Kansas City Royals
648 Tatis Jr./Machado – San Diego Padres CL Combo
649 Yohel Pozo – Texas Rangers RC
650 Giancarlo Stanton – New York Yankees
651 James Kaprielian – Oakland Athletics
652 Adolis Garcia – Texas Rangers
653 Wily Peralta – Detroit Tigers
654 Myles Straw – Cleveland Guardians
655 Andrew McCutchen – Philadelphia Phillies
656 Franmil Reyes – Cleveland Guardians
657 Nathan Eovaldi – Boston Red Sox
658 Justin Bruihl – Los Angeles Dodgers RC
659 LaMonte Wade Jr. – San Francisco Giants
660 Shohei Ohtani – Los Angeles Angels
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