Wednesday, September 29, 2010

And the 2010 Topps Red Hot Rookie #10 Card Goes To...‏


Those holding those Red Hot Rookie Redemption cards better get them logged in to Topps quickly as it has just been announced that card #10, the final card in the 2010 Topps Red Hot Rookie Redemption set, belongs to none other than Brett Wallace of the Houston Astros.

Wallace, a first baseman for the Astros, made his major league debut on July 31 against the Milwaukee Brewers. In 48 games, he is hitting .226, with 2 home runs, 10 runs batted in, and an OPS of .612 (as of September 29, 2010).

And just like last year with Gordon Beckham's RHR card, one in every ten of Wallace's cards will be autographed card. That's right, for every ten redemptions, one lucky collector will get his card autographed by Wallace. Astros fans know that this is the future at first base and will want to add this card to their collections. Ladies and Gentlemen, START REDEEMING!!!


The final checklist for the 2010 Topps Red Hot Rookie Redemption set: Sincerely,

JayBee Anama

2 comments:

JD's Daddy said...

didn't this guy get the memo that rookie players autos should be legible? He's already autoing like a veteran!

Baseball Cards Rule said...

Can't wait to get my hands on this card.