Most of the tomatoes on your list are large fruited indeterminates. The smaller cages won't be enough. Large vined tomatoes should be 36 inches apart, smaller vines 24 inches with more space between rows. Planting them too tight will block air flow and that can lead to fungal problems that will spread like wildfire. As it is, you will need to be vigilant for pests as well.
Since you are planting so many tomatoes it might be easier to use a Florida weave instead of cages. It is more work than cages but it keeps the vines off the ground and works best if you have more than a few tomatoes to plant. Otherwise, you will need a lot of cages. Remember the tomatoes vines will stick out of the cages and over the top if the cages are not tall enough. You will need space in order to get around the cages too.
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