Which leads me to the Rays. The Rays have one autograph in the set which is Matt Moore. I do believe that this is the 80th Topps set that Matt Moore has signed for this year. (Sigh) I picked up the Matt Moore card anyway and will add it to the giant stack of Matt Moore autographs I have picked up this year.
2012 Topps Finest Matt Moore Autograph/Jersey
Something to ponder. After the 2009 season I was very happy to see Major League Baseball reduce the number of card producers down to one team. The number of products released at the height of the Fleer/Donruss/Topps/Upper Deck haydays was ridiculous. However, I feel that Topps is getting really lazy with some of the diversity within their sets. Meaning this. Take a few minutes to visit Ebay or Check Out My Cards, or your local card shop. Pick a team. Any team. Who has signed for that team for Topps this year? Guaranteed it is the same three or four players in almost every set. Every once in awhile it's cool to get an autograph of a player who hasn't signed much in the past. Just a thought.