Jean Segura Named Fifth 2012 Finest Baseball Autograph Rookie Redemption

Jean Segura Named Fifth 2012 Finest Baseball Autograph Rookie Redemption

Jean Segura is the fifth 2012 Topps Finest Baseball Autograph Rookie Redemption, filling the final spot on the checklist. Collectors who pull a Rookie Redemption #5 card from 2012 Topps Finest Baseball will receive a signed card from the Brewers shortstop.

In 32 games so far this year, Segura is batting .262. He began the season with the Angels but was traded to Milwaukee as a part of the Zack Greinke deal.

This closes out the set's Autograph Rookie Redemption checklist. Mock-ups of all five cards are pictured below.

2012 Topps Finest Baseball Autograph Rookie Redemption Checklist

1. Starling Marte, Pittsburgh Pirates

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2. Brett Jackson, Chicago Cubs

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3. Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

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4. Josh Rutledge, Colorado Rockies

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5. Jean Segura, Milwaukee Brewers

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User Comments

  1. Author

    how many of the Topps Finest Mystery Redemption #2 are made? Are they numbered?

  2. Author

    Haynes (ID 56180) Topps has not released production info on these from what I can tell.

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