It started in the late 1950s and continues today with the announcement of the 2012 Topps All-Rookie team. So who’s getting the little trophies on their 2013 cards?
“The demand for his autograph literally went from zero to astronomical,” says the man in charge of Major League Alumni Marketing. The group of current and former players share in memorabilia and autograph revenue.
Topps launches a new product and shows off more Bryce Harper, who was doing a little showing off himself. Panini shows off some Father’s Day football cards and a Michael Jordan freak in Mexico courtesy of Upper Deck.