Now that he's played in his first MLB game, Kris Bryant rookie cards are on the way. Although he's had lots of minor league and prospect cards already, none have been part of a major league base set. Topps has announced plans for including the Cubs rookie in several upcoming sets and all his rookies can be seen in our detailed Kris Bryant rookie card guide.
His first official rookie card arrives in 2015 Topps Finest Baseball, which is scheduled for a June 3 release. He'll be #111 on the checklist and it will be a short print. He also has an autograph in the set.
A couple more Kris Bryant rookie cards will follow later in the month in 2015 Topps Archives Baseball and 2015 Topps Series 2. The Archives rookie card also appears to be a short print. The retro-themed set will also have a limited number of autographs.
Although it's not a rookie card, his 2014 Bowman Chrome Prospect Autograph and 2013 Bowman Chrome Draft Prospect Autograph (which came out in 2014 products) should continue to garner the most attention among collectors. In today's hobby, a player's first Chrome Autograph is often treated like rookie cards were back in the 1980s and 1990s.
Bryant is regarded by many as baseball's top prospect right now. Despite leading the league in Spring Training home runs, the Cubs sent him back to the minors for a short stint, likely to keep him away from free agency for an extra year.