2010 Topps Pro Debut Series 2 understandably picks up where Series 1 left off, with an additional checklist of 220 cards. The sequential numbering continues for a combined master checklist of 440 cards. That is a LOT of prospects. At first I struggled to figure out the significance and/or purpose of this brand. Upon the products’ original release earlier this spring, I originally thought it was redundant and seemed to potentially be a product that would cannibalize a Topps collector favorite in Bowman and it’s sister brands Draft Picks & Prospects and Chrome.
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