Cast your vote and help choose next year's No. 1 Topps baseball card
It's long been an unofficial honor to be named the No.1 card in a Topps set. Though not a hard and fast rule, the first card in the set has historically belonged to either a league leader, the World Series winner or the best player in the game. Ted Williams, Hank Aaron, Nolan Ryan, Alex Rodriguez and
Well, now that decision is in your hands. For the fourth consecutive year, Topps is holding a vote for who deserves to lead the 2019 set. In 2016, Trout won and was awarded an iconic mid-home run robbery attempt photo:
Following the Cubs' World Series title,
This year, there are 19 players for you to choose between, with players like Trout, Bryant and Judge (natch) being joined by
The absolute unit that could. pic.twitter.com/r2a5uj9E7o— MLB (@MLB) September 13, 2018
Click here to cast your vote. But hurry: The polls are open until 11:59 p.m. on Monday. Even better, a few lucky voters will win a variety of baseball-card goodies.