Topps Releases 2021 Topps MLB Postseason NFT Collection

The collection includes 400 unique motion NFT digital collectibles.

License Global

December 1, 2021

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Topps has launched the 2021 Topps MLB Postseason NFT Collection, a new NFT-exclusive set in conjunction with Major League Baseball and MLB Players on 

The collection chronicles each round of an unforgettable postseason with motion NFT digital collectibles of key players who helped punch their team's ticket to the postseason and beyond. 

“This has been a phenomenal season for baseball fans and NFT collectors alike, and this collection provides the final opportunity to celebrate 2021’s favorite players, teams and moments in a completely new way,” says Hera Andre-Bergmann, MLB content product manager, digital sports and entertainment, Topps. “Playoff baseball is one of the most exciting times of the year and 2021 was no exception. We’re thrilled to bring some of the best players from this year’s postseason into the exciting world of NFTs with Topps’ first-ever digitally-exclusive MLB NFT set.” 

The standard pack contains five NFT digital collectibles per pack, while the premium pack has eight NFT digital collectibles per pack. 

The Topps MLB Postseason collection is available now at

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