Upper Deck set to make Major League Lacrosse cards
Upper Deck announced Friday that it has signed a multi-year deal to produce Major League Lacrosse trading cards.
Its debut product will arrive in time for the MLL All-Star Game set for July 8 at Harvard Stadium in Boston.
“Major League Lacrosse is thrilled to be partnering with the elite trading card company, Upper Deck, to offer our fans the opportunity to collect trading cards of their favorite MLL players of today as well as our league legends from the past decade,” said MLL Commissioner David Gross.
Long Island’s Matt Danowski, a former Duke star, will serve as Upper Deck’s spokesman and appear on packaging.
“I am humbled and honored that Upper Deck has chosen me to be the first MLL player to grace their league trading card packs,” he said. “It is the childhood dream of every kid who has ever played sports to have his face on a trading card. My dream has now come true.”