Los Angeles Dodgers rookie Kenta Maeda will be among the notable inclusions when 2016 Topps Tribute baseball cards arrive on July 13.
He was a star in Japan’s Nippon Professional Baseball with a triple crown, two nods as the top pitcher in the league and five All-Star nods.
But he won’t be the only rookie signing on for the brand.
Also in the mix will be Raul Mondesi, who made his MLB debut in last year’s World Series.
The autographs will all be signed on-card in the product, which includes three autographs and three Relics in every six-pack box. Also on the mix will be Relics from specific milestone games, including the 100th win for Clayton Kershaw, the first home run game for Kris Bryant, the 500th-homer game for David Ortiz and the MLB debut for Carlos Correa.
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