Topps Announces 2022 MLB Postseason NFT Collection

Collection celebrates action-packed postseason with a chance at NFTs of milestone home runs from Aaron Judge and Albert Pujols during the 2022 season.

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October 26, 2022

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The Topps Company, a division of Fanatics Collectibles and next-gen physical and digital trading card company, has announced the 2022 Topps NOW MLB Postseason Collection, a new NFT collection released in conjunction with Major League Baseball and MLB Players, available exclusively on Coming in three drops, the collection celebrates moments from each round of the 2022 postseason with Topps NOW cards in digital collectible form. 

“The MLB postseason is always an exciting time for baseball fans and we can’t wait to bring that thrill to digital collectors everywhere,” says Tobin Lent, vice president, global general manager, Topps Digital. “Through each round of the playoffs, fans can look forward to collecting the unforgettable moments that make postseason baseball so special, with newspaper and broadcast-style imagery exclusive to this digital collection.” 

The cards will be released in three drops. The first dropped on Oct. 25 and the other two will drop on Nov.1 and Nov.10. 

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