Harper’s first MiLB card coming in Topps’ Pro Debut
By Chris Olds | Baseball Editor
Baseball’s wonder kid may not be in The Show, but he’s already on at least one officially licensed Topps baseball card as a pro — as a member of the Hagerstown Suns.
Topps unveiled Tuesday that teen-age Washington Nationals prospect Bryce Harper will appear on his first minor league card in the forthcoming 2011 Topps Pro Debut set, which arrives on June 1. Topps, the exclusive licensee for Minor League Baseball, also will include a 1/1 Cut Signature into packs. That card will include a piece of a baseball used in his first pro game in the Arizona Fall League.
See that card after the jump.
In its second season, Pro Debut guarantees two autographs and two Relics per hobby box.
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