Two fans were injured by a rogue bat in the ninth inning of the Padres’ 3-2 loss to the Rockies at Petco Park on Thursday.

The bat slipped out of Padres catcher Hector Sanchez’s hands and flew into the stand along the third-base line, hitting one of the fans, a woman, in the forehead. Play was stopped for more than 10 minutes as they received medical attention.

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Also returning to the Topps catalogue are Material Relic cards, which include actual pieces from a select player’s jersey.

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