There are now a bunch of 2016 Topps Now Dodger cards commemorating last nights thrilling victory currently available for sale; including a limited number of Clayton Kershaw autograph and autographed game-used relic cards.
Featured above is the first of four base cards in the set. It highlights Julio Urias' mark as the youngest Dodger pitcher to ever win a game in the postseason. Go here to check it out and order. Per the reverse:
Twenty-year-old pitcher Julio Urias entered Game 5 of the NLDS in the bottom of the fifth inning, with the Dodgers trailing the Washington Nationals, 1-0. In doing so, Urias became the youngest pitcher in Dodgers history to pitch in a Postseason game, and the youngest pitcher in MLB to pitch in a Postseason game since 1970. Urias recorded two clean innings of work, and was credited with the win, as the Dodgers took the lead with a four-run seventh inning, which led to an eventual 4-3, series-clinching victory.BTW, you can save a little bit of dough if you want to add the four different Dodgers base cards to your collection by purchasing a bundle of all five of the base cards available today, which includes one Nationals card featuring Chris Heisey's two-run home run. Go here to check that out.
Above is the second Dodgers card, #577, and it commemorates Joc Pederson's home run blast in the seventh inning off Max Scherzer to tie the game at one. Go here to check it out and order. Per the description on the reverse:
With the Los Angeles Dodgers trailing the Washignton Nationals, 1-0, in a decisive Game 5 of the NLDS, Joc Perderson led off the top of the seventh inning with a game-tying, solo homer off Max Scherzer. Scherzer, who had been brilliant up until that point, was relieved from the game, which only led to more trouble for the Washington Nationals. The Dodgers poured on three more runs to cap off a four-run seventh inning, which allowed them to go on to an eventual 4-3, series-clinching win.The third Dodgers card added to the set highlights Clayton Kershaw remarkable save -- #579-A. Go here to check it out and order
Per the description on the reverse:
The Los Angeles Dodgers were clinging to a 4-3 lead over the Washington Nationals in the bottom of the ninth inning, when they called upon Clayton Kershaw to close out the decisive Game 5 of the NLDS, just two days after he started Game 4. Kershaw, whose last save came in 2006 in Low Single-A (ironically, his catcher in that game was Kenley Jansen), came on in relief of Jansen with on out and runners on first and second. Kershaw induced a Daniel Murphy pop-up, and struck out Wilmer Difo to cap off the series-clinching victory to notch his first career MLB save.BTW, please note that the card above is numbered as #579-A. There are seven different versions of this card available; including an autograph and five different autographed relic cards. Directly below is the autographed version (with facsimile auto). It is numbered #579-B. The real card (when delivered) will have Clayton's real autograph. This card will be limited to just 199 copies and is available at $99.99 each. Go here to check it out and order.
The autographed relic cards include both a game-used relic base from Game 5 and an autograph of Clayton Kershaw. Five different variations are available -- all with different print runs. The card shown below is numbered to just 99 copies, is priced at $199.99, and is numbered #579-C. Go here to check it out and order.
The four other auto'd relic cards can be found in the below links:
- Card #579-D -- numbered to only 49 copies and priced at $249.99. (Link Here)
- Card #579-E -- numbered to only 25 copies and priced at $399.99. (Link Here)
- Card #579-F -- numbered to only 10 copies and priced at $599.99. (Link Here)
- Card #579-G -- numbered to only 1 copy and priced at $1999.99. (Link Here)
Lastly, card #580 celebrates the Dodgers defeating the Nationals in the NLDS. Go here to check it out and order.
Per the description on the reverse:
After a four-hour, 32-minute, decisive Game 5 of the NLDS, the Los Angeles Dodgers were able to defeat the Washington Nationals by a score of 4-3, which advanced them to the NLCS. The Dodgers used six pitchers, including Clayton Kershaw, who received the final two outs of the game just two days after his last start. The Dodgers mobbed Kershaw on the mound after his Herculean effort capped off the draining victory. With the win, the Dodgers will face off against the Chicago Cubs for the NL pennant.
Update: The print run for these cards are as follows: Los Angeles Dodgers (#580) has 486 cards, Clayton Kershaw (#579A) has 2,018 cards, Joc Pederson (#577) has 509 cards, Julio Urias (#576) has 817 cards.
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