Filed under: Beckett Media, MLB | Tags: 2010 Bowman Chrome, 2010 Bowman Draft, 2011 Bowman, Bryce Harper
By Chris Olds | Editor
Less than a day after it announced the signing of the No. 1 draft pick, Topps unveiled its plans for Bryce Harper autograph cards in a pair of 2010 Bowman-branded products.
However, neither one will feature the much-anticipated teen’s first officially licensed MLB card, saving him for 2011 Bowman — where he will be featured on both standard and autographed cards.
For this fall, though, Harper will appear on a USA Baseball buyback autograph in the upcoming 2010 Bowman Chrome, while his previously signed Aflac cards (above) will be included in Bowman Draft, which arrives a bit later this year. The USA card will be serial-numbered to just 100 copies, while a quantity for the Aflac card has not yet been announced.
The additions will surely help out an end of the year that is loaded with prospect-laden Bowman lines — ones that had been more impressive earlier in the year as Nationals rookie Stephen Strasburg was setting the hobby ablaze.
We’ll have more on this as it becomes available.
Chris Olds is the editor of Beckett Baseball. Have a comment, question or idea? Send an e-mail to him at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow him on Twitter by clicking here.
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