Reds one-time batboy gets his own Topps baseball card
OCT 06, 2013 10:39a ET
Now, Topps, is making sure Teddy Kramer will always be remembered. The Major League Baseball card company has featured him on a trading card in their updated set released earlier this month:
The Cincinnati Enquirer first reported the story of Topps immortalizing Kramer with his own trading card.
The Update set features players who switched teams, rookies, memorable moments and All-Stars. There are also variant cards, one of which features Kremer.
The regular card No. US268 features Reds first baseman Joey Votto at the 2013 All-Star Game at New York's Citi Field. There's two variations, one that has a picture of Votto and teammates Aroldis Chapman and Brandon Phillips at the All-Star Game, and another with former manager Dusty Baker and Kremer.
First, a batboy for a Major League Baseball team and now his very own Topps baseball card. Looks like it's been a pretty good year for Teddy Kremer.