With Cutch being a current member of the Philadelphia Phillies, I subconsciously focused on cards that were red parallels.
It should come as no surprise that I have plenty more red parallels that I picked up in 2020 featuring Cutch.
This card would have received an honorable mention if I chose to expand past the 20 cards I showed yesterday.
Topps Total is a throwback concept set. While many curent sets focus on stars and rookies, Topps Total focused on getting the reserves and relief pitchers involved too.
It was released in multiple waves, each with a 100 card set. This means that there was a 900 card set or roughly 30 players per team on average.
Unlike other Topps products with dozens of parallels to chase, Topps Total kept it more simple. There we're only 3 color parallels to chase.
The back of the card shows no statlines, but does give a history of the player and the Topps Total set.
Have you purchased any of the Topps Online Exclusive set products (Living Set, t206, Topps Total, Topps Now)?
If this set was available more easily in hobby or retail would a set consisting of nearly every team's 25 man roster interest you?