Seriously Topps? You're going to make a card of the guy who caught Jeter's 3,000th hit and put it in a future set? Can't we just let go of this guy's "selfless" act. Look, I applaud him for only requesting a signed ball and to meet Derek Jeter. Whatever the Yankees want to give him (season tickets in a suite, etc.), I'm fine with that. I'm also glad Jeter gave him much more than just a signed ball. I think it is a great story and a great act of appreciation for the game. Now, let's move on.
But, Topps must use this as an opportunity to latch on to some publicity. I am so happy that Allen and Ginter is out already, otherwise I guarantee this would have been in it.