2018 Topps Series 1 Baseball Cards Promises MORE Big Rookies!! – Hot on the heels of last week’s solicitation of 2018 Topps Series 1 Baseball Cards, comes word of some of the key rookies that will be featured in the product.
2018 Topps Series 1 Baseball Cards Promises MORE Big Rookies!! – Key Players
Clint Frazier – New York Yankees
The red-headed former 1st rounder and #5 overall pick has made his mark on the Yankees since he got called up. He has 27 hits in 28 games to go along with 17 RBI’s. With Frazier and Judge, the Yankees have two young cornerstones in the outfield.
Rafael Devers – Boston Red Sox
20 year-old starting 3rd Baseman for the 1st place Red Sox and since he got called up on 7/31 is hitting .328 with 4 Home Runs and 10 RBI’s in only 15 games. He hit a game-tying Home Run against Aroldis Champan in the Sox 3-2 win on Sunday night.
Amed Rosario – New York Mets
The Mets called up the MLB’s Top Prospect on 7/31. The 21 year-old is expected to be the starting shortstop for the Mets the remainder of ’17 and into ’18.
Ozzie Albies – Atlanta Braves
The Braves 20 year-old 2nd Baseman made his debut on 8/1. He is the only player in the Majors that was born in 1997.
Nick Williams – Philadelphia Phillies
23 year-old outfielder already has 24 RBI’s in slightly more than 30 games since being called up by the Phillies and is hitting .293.
Dominic Smith – New York Mets
The ’13 Mets 1st Rounder (11th overall) made his debut on 8/11 and promptly got his 1st Major League hit. The 22-year old is the future 1st Baseman for the Mets.
Rhys Hoskins – Philadelphia Phillies
Top Phillies prospect Rhys Hoskins made his major league debut on 8/10 night against the Mets, starting in left field and batting seventh. Hoskins’ 29 homers, 91 RBIs and .581 slugging percentage with Triple-A Lehigh Valley led the International League.
Ryan McMahon – Colorado Rockies
McMahon got called up this past weekend and the 22 year-old former 2nd rounder and will be the immediate starter at 3rd Base as Nolan Arenado nurses his left hand injury.
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2018 Topps Series 1 Baseball Cards hits hobby store helves on January 31st, 2018.