She’s a former Stanford softball All-American and a member of the U.S. Olympic team that won gold in Athens. She’s a former fastpitch softball pro and a pioneer for women in the broadcast booth for ESPN as its first female analyst for MLB games.
She’s Jessica Mendoza and she’s going to be found in packs of 2016 Topps Allen & Ginter.
Topps teased her inclusion in Ginter on Monday night as she helped call the MLB All-Star Home Run Derby on ESPN where she’s a regular member of the Sunday Night Baseball broadcast team. To learn more about her career, click here.
Topps’ 11th edition of Allen & Ginter is set to arrive on July 22 with three hits in every 24-pack hobby box.
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