Adrian Beltre’s 3,000th hit gets Topps Now cardboard — and ink

The newest member of the 3,000 Hit Club has new autographs.

Adrian Beltre became just the 31st player in MLB history to reach that plateau and his Topps Now cards today are documenting the feat on cardboard — with and without ink.

He’s just the third third baseman to join the club and is the first born in the Dominican Republic — and the 38-year-old Texas Rangers star also hasn’t been much of a signer in the past, either, helping give these new autos a bit more life than you might expect.

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