Yes there were 2013 Topps Phillies in the nickle bin, albeit only former Phillies. X-Phil or not, I am a fan of the retro-uni cards. With relatively little effort my 2013 Topps Phillies collectiion is off to a good start. I think I have four of the cards so far, and that is from just one each of a Hanger and single pack and the Worley above.
Note: according to the Current Twins Depth Chart, Worley is Minnesota's Opening Day starter. I think the Twinkies may be in for a long year.
If your a prospector you have likely heard of Billy Hamilton - he stole something like 400 bases last year at various stops in the Reds system. I have seen him ranked 11th among prospects in one of the polls.
Speed is always exciting especially with young players. Hamilton will also have the advantage of playing with a pretty good ballclub whne he reachees the major league level.
There is a minor dinged corner on the caxrd, but still finding a prospect card in a nickle bin is a thrill. Especially when it appears he is on the verge of making some noise at the major league level.
2013 Topps Heritage Joe Blanton and Anthony Gose
Note: Again with the Depth Charts - The Angels Depth Chart has Joe Blanton penciled in at #3. Makes it a little tough for me to take them seriously as a contender.
2013 Topps Heritage #300 Jason Heyward
There was at least one star in the Heritage nickel bin and on a Hero Number as well. This card shares its number with the 1964 Topps Hank Aaron card. I wonder how many heritage cards had their Heritage number shared between Hank Aaron and Chipper Jones. Dudes didn't play the same postion, but they were definitely the stars of their respective squads.
For a look at the team Phungo 1964 Topps retrospective start here