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    Adam Greenberg to appear in 2013 Topps set

    Topps announced on Tuesday night that Adam Greenberg will be included in its 2013 baseball card set.

    “Adam Greenberg … embodies dedication, hard work and persistence,” Topps VP Mark Sapir said in making the announcement. “[We're] proud he will be part of 2013 Topps baseball!”

    Greenberg, who was hit in the head by the first pitch he ever faced in the major leagues seven years ago, pinch-hit during Tuesday night’s Florida Marlins game, striking out on three pitches against New York Mets ace and 20-game winner R.A. Dickey.

    Greenberg received a one-day contract from the club after his story was championed by documentarian Matt Liston, with an online campaign at, supporting the former Cub drawing the attention of the last-place Marlins’ front office.
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    so will his card be a picture of him whiffing?

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    His card will be a picture of a 7+ year journey back to the bigs and a dream fulfilled. The feel-good moment of the 2012 season.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Triple Peanut View Post
    so will his card be a picture of him whiffing?
    more of him begging for someone to give him one more chance

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    Is it just me but what is the big deal with this guy? Athletes get concussions all the time and there plenty of career minor leaguers that never get a shot at the bigs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by helmsbr View Post
    i thinks it cool
    Agreed. Why all the haters?
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    Quote Originally Posted by helmsbr View Post
    i thinks it cool
    me too

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    congrats to him, i like it
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    I don't get the cynicism. I think this is cool.
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