In the tradition of Robert Griffin III, D.C.'s other rookie debutant got his own Topps Rookie Card this weekend. The famous company unveiled the card during Bryce Harper's major-league debut with the Nationals against the Los Angeles Dodgers Saturday night, with the promise that they would appear in the Series 2 issue of cards.
Get 'em while they're hot, they're lovely.
Now, who much do you suppose these will be worth in 5, 10, 15 years time? Anything like Ken Griffey, Jr.s or Mickey Mantles? We can only hope.
Photo via @toppscards.
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