2019 Topps Gypsy Queen Baseball Box Break & Review

Gypsy Queen has become a classic that lots of collectors look forward to opening.  Retro designs combined with on-card autographs and bright colors make for some interesting pulls.  Before opening a pack, box, or case, I highly suggest reading up on it before diving in.  Over the years Gypsy Queen has become quite concentrated with all sorts of goodies to look for.  Many of these items could easily be overlooked.

Ok.  Here we go.  The base set consists of (300) cards.  Parallels include Green (retail), Purple (Mega Box), Missing Nameplate, Indigo #’ed/250, Gypsy Queen Logo Swap, Bazooka Back, Black & White #’ed/50 (hobby), Red #’ed/10, and Black #’ed 1/1.  The Missing Nameplate and Gypsy Queen Logo Swap cards need to be watched for the most.  Quickly flipping through a pack could cause you to miss them as they don’t have a different back or border color change that jumps right out.

An additional (20) cards make up the Short Prints.  You’ll notice that card numbers #301-#320 are of retired stars and Hall of Famers.  These have parallels too – Missing Nameplate, Gypsy Queen Logo Swap, Bazooka Back, and Black #’ed 1/1.

Despite not being their main purpose, the CMP codes really come in handy when it comes to identifying variations.  Especially when Gypsy Queen has so many other things to be watching for at the same time.

  • Base (#1-#300) – #293
  • Short Prints (#301-#320) – #323
  • Jackie Robinson Variation – #328
  • Player’s Weekend Variation – #331
  • 4th of July Variation – #334

Its important to note that the Jackie Robinson Day and Player’s Weekend variations have Gypsy Queen Logo Swap and Black #’ed 1/1 parallels.

Every hobby box comes with (2) on-card autographs.  (15) cards have Jackie Robinson Day variations that have Black & White #’ed/42 and Black #’ed 1/1 parallels.

Box Toppers are a common thing for Gypsy Queen.  The Box Toppers for 2019 are cool!  (3) Chrome cards are awaiting inside the Box Topper pack.  These cards look awesome.  You even have a shot at some parallels and autographs.  Yes.  You read that correctly.  On-card autograph, Chrome, Gypsy Queen cards.

Relics can be found too.  These are much more difficult to pull.  As always, my favorites are going to be the Power Performers Portrait Art Patch Originals.  Topps has made these a staple for Gypsy Queen.  I don’t believe any other product on the market has cards like this.  One day it would be fun to see them come in a booklet format with an autograph.  An upgrade to these would be nice to see.  I want to see Bryce Harper in a Phillies uniform with a Phillies patch for 2020 Gypsy Queen.

You’ve got to pay close attention when opening Gypsy Queen.  Topps packs a lot in here.  A hobby box will cost around $110 right now.  You’re going to need a lot of luck in order to pull something that’s going to pay for the box.  Then again, if all you’re thinking about is getting you’re money back, you’re not doing this for the right reasons.

Here is what I pulled:

Autos

  • Chance Adams RC Auto
  • Austin Meadows Auto

Short Print

  • George Brett #315

Parallels

  • Dennis Santana RC Bazooka Back
  • Ryan O’Hearn RC Missing Nameplate
  • Eric Hosmer Black & White #’ed/50
  • Christian Yelich Indigo #’ed/250

Box Topper

  • Kyle Schwarber Chrome
  • Jacob deGrom Chrome
  • Justin Upton Chrome Gold Refractor #’ed/50

Inserts

  • Ronald Acuña Jr. Fortune Teller Mini
  • Khris Davis Fortune Teller Mini
  • Gleyber Torres Fortune Teller Mini
  • Corey Kluber Tarot of the Diamond
  • Aaron Judge Tarot of the Diamond
  • Mike Trout Tarot of the Diamond

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2019 Topps Inception Baseball Box Break & Review

While attending the 40th annual Ephrata Lions Club Sports Card Show & Auction (the longest-running one-day show on the east coast) on 3/30, I saw a handful of dealers selling new wax.  One of the products that I witnessed many collectors breaking was 2019 Topps Inception Baseball.  People seem to really enjoy it.  By the end of the show, I didn’t see many boxes left.

The Topps Inception brand reminds me a lot of Star Wars.  Especially when it comes to the design.  Some years its dark, while other times its light.  As fun as the dark-side can be, I prefer my Inception to have the lighter look.  That’s exactly what the 2019 version has.  It seems to swap back and forth one year to the next.  Show prices for a box seemed to settle around $55.  Online its a bit higher, and that doesn’t count shipping.

I enjoy quick-thrill, one pack per box products.  Inception is just that.  I hope the format never changes.

Housed inside every pack are (7) cards.  You should find (4) base, (2) parallels, and (1) autograph or autograph/relic.  The base set has (100) cards with the following parallels – Green, Purple #’ed/150, Magenta #’ed/99, Red #’ed/75, Orange #’ed/50, Blue #’ed/25, Inception Black #’ed 1/1, and Printing Plates #’ed 1/1.  Matte backgrounds, glossy player photos, and thick card stock continues from previous years.

Hits are truly what Inception is all about.  Autographs come in a wide range of ways.  For the most part, its highly likely your autograph will come from the Base Rookies & Emerging Stars checklist.  Really lucky box breakers can find rarer gems which range from Short Print Autographs to Autographed Team Logo Patch Booklets.  Not everything is signed on-card, but a good chunk is.  Silver and gold paint-pen autographs which are in the Silver Signings set continue to be some of my favorites.

Did you pull a redemption for a Mystery Autograph?  There are two – A & B.  As of this writing we have yet to learn who A will be.  Topps recently announced that B is of White Sox star rookie Eloy Jimenez.

Every product today can be considered hit or miss.  That’s only if you’re concerned about the dollar value of your hit.  So many products get unnecessarily bashed today because the hit didn’t pay for the box.  If that’s the only reason you’re opening a box, you’re not doing it for the correct reason.

Colorful explosion of fun!  White stock really makes these cards pop.

Complete Checklist

Here is what I pulled:

Auto/Relic

  • David Fletcher RC Blue Button Relic Auto #’ed/6

Parallels

  • Luis Urias RC Green
  • Ryan Borucki RC Magenta #’ed/99

Base

  • Bryse Wilson RC #22
  • Chris Shaw RC #30
  • Jose Altuve #79
  • Noah Syndergaard #43

2018-19 Fleer Hanes Michael Jordan 30th Anniversary Pack Break – Auto Pulled?

The most important decision of your life…

Nope.  No autograph here.  Falling at a rate of 1:108,625 packs, I really didn’t have a chance anyway.  It makes me wonder if anyone will pull one of the ten Michael Jordan autographs.  You have to think that lots of people are just throwing these packs away.  I hope at least one autograph surfaces.

The local Walmart here in Selinsgrove, PA had one Hanes product left that came with a pack of Michael Jordan cards.  It was a package of (7) t-shirts housing a red pack.  A complete base set consists of (50) cards with Red and Blue Foil parallels.  All-Star inserts which have Gold Foil parallels are also possible to pull.  Once I actually got my hands on them, I was surprised to see how thick the cards are.  I was expecting them to be thin and cheap.  Terrific marketing campaign.

Here’s what I got:

Base

Parallels

Insert

2019 Topps Heritage Baseball Box Break & Review

I can’t wait for baseball season to start.  Phillies fans like myself have a lot to look forward to.  This past winter the Phillies made some huge moves signing guys like David Robertson, Andrew McCutchen, J.T. Realmuto, Jean Segura, and Bryce Harper.  The Phillies have certainly shaken things up.  After the Bryce Harper signing, sales of Phillies merchandise began to break all kinds of records.

2019 Topps Heritage Baseball utilizes the 1970 Topps Baseball design.  When I think of 1970 Topps Baseball two cards come to mind.  The first being the Thurman Munson/Dave McDonald RC #189.  Secondly, former Phillies manager Charlie Manuel’s RC can be found on card #194.  Other key cards from that original set include Nolan Ryan #712, Reggie Jackson #140, Hank Aaron #500, Roberto Clemente #350, Willie Mays #600, Pete Rose #580, and Johnny Bench #660.  This year in particular, Topps did a great job making 2019 Heritage look as close as possible to the 1970 set.  Check out this incredibly detailed side-by-side comparison.  In 2020, the 1971 Topps Baseball design will be used.  All of those black borders should make things fun.

Right now a hobby box will cost $90-$100.  More affordable retail options are also available.  Housed inside each hobby box are (24) packs.  As the box is opened, you’ll be greeted with a box topper.  Four box topper possibilities can be pulled – 1970 Topps Super Baseball1970 Poster (70 copies), 2019 Topps Teammates (70 copies), and 1970 Topps Originals.

(500) cards make up the base set.  The last one hundred #401-#500 are Short Prints.  Parallels are all over the place.  The most wide spread parallels are the Black Border #’ed/50 and Flip Stock #’ed/5.  Silver Metal, Mini, and Chrome parallels are available for certain cards.  Certainly not all (500) cards.  The Chrome parallels can come in Purple Hot Box Refractor, Refractor #’ed/570, Black Refractor #’ed/70, Gold Refractor #’ed/5, and Superfractor #’ed 1/1 form.

Variations are a big part of the hobby today.  Almost every product geared towards set collectors has them.  Heritage variations seem to carry much more weight compared to those found in other products.  Its just fun to see people spend so much money on cards that aren’t relics and/or autographed.  If it weren’t for those little CMP codes on the back, you’ed spend a lot of time looking for these variations.  Please take your time and check them.  One variation that looks like a simple base card could be worth quite a bit.

  • Base #1-#400 – #092
  • Base SP #401-#500 – #112
  • French Text – #093
  • Chrome – #113
  • Mini – #119
  • Silver Metal – #120
  • Error – #121
  • Trade – #122
  • Throwback – #123
  • Action Image – #124
  • Team Name Color – #125
  • Nickname – #126

To put it simply.  If the CMP code ends in a number other than #092, you’ve got something worth looking into.

(8) inserts are in here to collect.  1970 Baseball Stars Candy Lids1970 Cloth Stickers, and 1970 Player Story Booklets are retail exclusives.  My favorite insert are the 1970 Topps Scratch-Off cards.  I remember buying an original Willie Stargell while attending one of my first card shows.

Each hobby box comes with (1) autograph or relic.  I’d say 99% of the time your hit will be a one-color relic.  Big hits, although difficult to pull, command a huge amount of attention.

The autographs, especially the Real One cards, always look top notch.  You can’t go wrong with an on-card autograph and a classic design.

Topps included (2) Mystery Player autograph redemptions.  One labeled “A”, and the other “B”.  Most likely these have been reserved for top rookies looking to make their MLB debut later this year.  Vladimir Guerrero, Jr. could easily be one.  I’d like to see them be of Manny Machado and Bryce Harper in their new uniforms.

Complete Checklist

Here is what I pulled:

Relic

  • Albert Pujols Clubhouse Collection Game-Used Bat

Parallels

  • Francisco Lindor Mini #’ed/100
  • Shane Bieber Black Border (50 copies)
  • George Springer Chrome #’ed/999

Short Prints

  • Albert Pujols #422
  • Jose Abreu #483
  • Zack Greinke #442
  • Jordan Hicks #417
  • Freddie Freeman #489
  • Stephen Piscotty #434
  • Jose Altuve #409
  • Yonder Alonso #497

Inserts

  • Clayton Kershaw Scratch-Off
  • News Flashbacks – Venera 7, 1st To Send Data From Venus Surface
  • Baseball Flashbacks – Aaron Checks Off More Benchmarks
  • Tom Seaver/Max Scherzer Then & Now
  • Harmon Killebrew/J.D. Martinez Then & Now
  • Juan Soto New Age Performers
  • Javier Baez New Age Performers
  • Blake Snell New Age Performers
  • Aaron Judge New Age Performers
  • Juan Soto 1970 Topps Super Baseball Box Topper

2019 Topps Series 1 Baseball Hobby Box Break & Review

2019 marks professional baseball’s 150th anniversary.  If those original players from 1869 could see what today’s players get paid, they’d go nuts.  Cards really didn’t get their start until the mid-1880’s.  Nobody, and I mean nobody, had any clue that someday those tiny pieces of paper would end up to be so incredibly valuable.  I’d like to own an original Old Judge card, but that’s not something you can just pickup quickly.  A lot of research in my opinion has to be done.  I wonder what the sport of baseball will look like in another 150 years?  What about collecting?  Will cards even be a thing?  Maybe packs of cards will get beamed into our brains while traveling to Mars.  I won’t be around to find out, and my guess is neither will you.

Its the middle of winter, and there is snow on the ground.  With the release of 2019 Topps Baseball Series 1, I can begin to see a glimpse to the end of the coldness outside.  Baseball season is coming!!!

With a new flagship set comes a new design.  Its one that will be around all year.  So you better like it.  The card backs have been receiving the most attention.  Many collectors enjoy seeing full statistics listed, along with an easy to follow color scheme.  On the fronts, Topps took an unusual approach and placed the player’s last name above the first.  The last name is also considerably larger.

A standard hobby box will cost $60.  (24) packs are inside, housing (14) cards each.  That’s a bit different compared to (36) packs with (10) cards.  (1) autograph or relic should be found per box.  Jumbos are more expensive, but come with (1) autograph and (2) relics.

(350) cards make up the base set.  Parallels include Purple (Meijer), Yellow (Walgreens), 150th Anniversary, Rainbow Foil, Gold #’ed/2019, Advanced Stat #’ed/150, Vintage Stock #’ed/99, Independence Day #’ed/76, Black #’ed/67, Mother’s Day Pink #’ed/50, Father’s Day Blue #’ed/50, Memorial Day Camo #’ed/25, Platinum #’ed 1/1, and Printing Plates #’ed 1/1.  (100) cards have Clear parallels #’ed/100.

I really like the cards that feature shots of various stadiums.  As a Phillies fan, my favorite one is of Citizens Bank Park.  If they zoomed in on the left side we could see the Harry Kalas statue.

There are a lot of SPs to pull.  Regular SPs come (1) per hobby box at least.  SSPs are really difficult to pull, and fall 1:444 packs in the hobby format.  Flipping the cards over to see the CMP code always helps in identifying them.  I’ve always seemed to find them near the center of the pack too.

  • Base – #1910
  • SP – #1967
  • SSP – #1968

Inserts are plentiful.  The Home Run Challenge cards make a return.  These make the season extra fun.  Simply log in to your Topps account, enter the code, and pick the date you think that player will hit a home run.  If your prediction ends up being correct, Topps will send you a special card.  I got Javier Baez from the Cubs.  My birthday is on June 16th.  That’s the day I picked for him to go yard.  They’re playing the Dodgers that night.  Hopefully he stays healthy and can play.

Another insert set that grabs my attention are the Iconic Card Reprints.  (50) cards are in this set.  These have one parallel, 150th Anniversary #’ed/150, and depending on the player command more on the secondary market than I’d expect.  (25) of them have autographs.  I like the Babe Ruth cards Topps included.

As I mentioned before, a hobby box such as this comes with (1) autograph or relic.  Flagship products have their share of very impressive high-end hits, but are extremely difficult to pull.  You can’t open up a box and be angry that you didn’t get a rare hit.  Retail options allow you to experience the first set of the season without having to spend too much.

Checklist

Here is what I pulled:

Relic

  • David Ortiz 150th Anniversary Commemorative Medallion

Short Print

  • Dee Gordon #292

Parallels

  • Ichiro/Shohei Ohtani Greatness Returns 150th Anniversary #’ed/150
  • Austin Hedges Rainbow Foil
  • Richard Bleier Rainbow Foil
  • Wade Davis Gold #’ed/2019
  • Josh Hader Gold #’ed/2019
  • Joe Musgrove Gold #’ed/2019
  • Niko Goodrum Gold #’ed/2019
  • Randal Grichuk Gold #’ed/2019
  • Chance Adams 150th Anniversary
  • Jeff McNeil 150th Anniversary
  • Michael Kopech 150th Anniversary
  • Ramon Laureano 150th Anniversary

Inserts

  • Bryce Harper Iconic Card Reprints
  • Vintage Baseball Glove Equipment Evolution
  • Javier Baez Home Run Challenge
  • Rickey Henderson/Mookie Betts Greatness Returns
  • Kyle Schwarber 2018 Topps Now Review
  • Trout/Pujols/Ohtani 2018 Topps Now Review
  • Lou Gehrig 150 Years of Professional Baseball Greatest Players
  • Mariano Rivera 150 Years of Professional Baseball Greatest Players
  • George Brett 150 Years of Professional Baseball Greatest Moments
  • Jesus Aguilar 1984 Topps Baseball
  • Eric Hosmer 1984 Topps Baseball
  • Starling Marte 1984 Topps Baseball
  • Nolan Arenado 1984 Topps Baseball
  • Max Scherzer 1984 Topps Baseball
  • Cody Bellinger 1984 Topps Baseball

2018/19 Topps Chrome Premier League Soccer Box Break & Review

Topps is king when it comes to Chrome-based products.  It doesn’t matter if its baseball, football, or professional wrestling, there will always be a core group of collectors lining up to rip into a box.  I bet if Topps made a Chrome set based solely on the Swiss curling team it would sell.

If you’re into Premier League soccer, you might have some fun with the new 2018/19 Topps Chrome Premier League product.  Boxes sell for around $55.  Inside every box there are (18) packs containing (4) cards each.  You’ll also find (1) autograph per box too.

The base set is comprised of (100) cards featuring top players from the Premier League.  Topps chose to use the 2018 baseball flagship design.  They did the same thing with 2017/18 Topps Chrome UEFA Champions League.  Parallels are what make Chrome products so great, and this set has plenty of them.  Base set parallels include Refractor, Purple Refractor #’ed/250, Blue Refractor #’ed/150, Green Refractor #’ed/99, Blue Wave Refractor #’ed/75, Gold Refractor #’ed/50, Orange Refractor #’ed/25, Red Refractor #’ed/10, Red Wave Refractor #’ed/10, and Superfractor #’ed 1/1.

While ripping through your box, its a good idea to check the CMP code on those standard refractors.  There are (5) image variations to watch for.  Each has a refractor-like coloring, and the CMP code on the back ends in #08.  Base cards end in #88.  Superfractor versions of these variations exist as well.  The five players these apply to are Harry Kane #1, Romelu Lukaku #22, Kevin De Bruyne #50, N’Golo Kanté #63, and Mohamed Salah #100.  Here is a nice little guide I made to help.

Autographs come in four different formats – Base ChromeNew SigningsPremier League Debuts, and Superstar Sensations.  The Base Chrome Autographs have Blue Refractor #’ed/150, Green Refractor #’ed/99, Blue Wave Refractor #’ed/75, Gold Refractor #’ed/50, Orange Refractor #’ed/25, Red Refractor #’ed/10, Red Wave Refractor #’ed/10, and Superfractor #’ed/1 parallels.  The only parallels the other autographs have are Superfractors.  New SigningsPremier League Debuts, and Superstar Sensations all have unsigned counterparts.

No matter the sport, Topps Chrome always offers up a lot.  Between the image variations, refractors, and guaranteed autograph, the risk is fairly spread around.  You can’t beat it for $55.

Complete Checklist

Here is what I pulled:

Auto

  • Dele Alli Superstar Sensations Auto #’ed/30

Parallels

  • James Ward-Prowse Gold Refractor #’ed/50
  • Mesut Özil Green Refractor #’ed/99
  • Kelechi Iheanacho Blue Refractor #’ed/150
  • Kieran Trippier Purple Refractor #’ed/250
  • Andros Townsend Refractor
  • Ruben Neves Refractor
  • Jack Cork Refractor
  • Tom Cairney Refractor
  • Junior Hoilett Refractor
  • Antonio Rüdiger Refractor

Inserts

  • Andriy Yarmolenko New Signings
  • Mohamed Elyounoussi New Signings
  • Richarlison New Signings
  • Ayoze Pérez Superstar Sensations
  • Steve Mounié Superstar Sensations
  • Chris Wood Superstar Sensations
  • Jordan Pickford Superstar Sensations

2018 Bowman Draft Baseball Jumbo Box Break & Review

Every great trilogy has a beginning, middle, and end.  Bowman Draft is the final piece of the prospecting puzzle.  This is the first place to get those cards of newly drafted prospects.  Trust me.  Collectors and investors were chomping at the bit to get their hands on them.  Cards from the core three prospecting sets – BowmanBowman Chrome, and Bowman Draft traditionally hold the most value.

Everyone wants to get in early on that prospect who they think will turn into the next Mike Trout.  Can you blame them?  The Mike Trout 2009 Bowman Draft Picks & Prospects Chrome Superfractor Auto #’ed 1/1 sold last year for a whopping $400k.  That’s a ton for a modern day baseball card.

It certainly didn’t take long for an eye catching sale to come out of the 2018 version of Bowman Draft.  From the looks of it, the Nolan Gorman Superfractor Auto sold for $15k.  Hopefully the transaction goes through, and the buyer/seller don’t have a falling out.  Talk about a lot of money for a card of a guy who was drafted #19 last summer, and has played less than 100 professional games.  From an investment standpoint I think its a bit nuts.  There are a lot more unproven prospects than Mike Trout superstars.  Just because he had 17 home runs in 63 games last year doesn’t mean he’ll be able to keep that going.  Single A ball is not the same as the majors.  Then again, who am I to say what people should or shouldn’t spend their money on?  As you can see, prospecting is very much alive and well.

2018 Bowman Draft comes in two different formats – Jumbo and Super Jumbo.  A Jumbo box contains (3) autographs, whereas a Super Jumbo box has (5).  The base set contains (200) cards, and has the following parallels: Sky Blue #’ed/499, Purple #’ed/250, Blue #’ed/150, Green #’ed/99, Gold #’ed/50, Orange #’ed/25, Red #’ed/5, Black #’ed/1, and Printing Plates #’ed/1.

Each base card has a Chrome counterpart with these parallels: Refractor, Asia Refractor, Sparkles Refractor, Sky Blue Refractor #’ed/402, Purple Refractor #’ed/250, Blue Refractor #’ed/150, Green Refractor #’ed/99, Gold Refractor #’ed/50, Orange Refractor #’ed/25, Red Refractor #’ed/5, Superfractor #’ed/1, and Printing Plates #’ed/1.

(14) cards have image variations.  These are quite easy to spot.  Each image variation has a Chrome, refractor-like finish, and the CMP code on the back will end in #0916.  Half of these image variations have autographed versions #’ed/99.

The Chrome Draft Pick Autographs are the real meat and potatoes when it comes to this brand.  This is where you’re guaranteed autographs will come from anyway.  At least most of the time.  The Bowman Sterling inserts are back which have a nice clean look.  What really stands out to me are the cards celebrating the 20th anniversary of 1998 Bowman.  I fondly remember the original 1998 Bowman because that’s where my Jimmy Rollins rookie is from.  A buyback autograph of that card would’ve been nice.  The 20th anniversary set features young prospects on the old design.  Those vertical autographs came out well.

I’m from Selinsgrove, PA.  One of the Cardinals 2018 draft picks, Nick Dunn, is from Sunbury, PA which is right across the river from me.  Its always fun to see a local person get cards.  He was a round 5 pick, 153rd overall.  I saw him play for the State College Spikes this past summer.  Bowman Draft has base and Chrome cards of him with all of the accompanying parallels.  No autographs yet.

Complete Checklist

Here is what I pulled:

Autos

  • Ryan Weathers Chrome Draft Pick Auto Redemption
  • Owen White Chrome Draft Pick Auto
  • Kody Clemens Chrome Draft Pick Green Refractor Auto #’ed/99

Parallels

  • Korey Holland Purple #’ed/250
  • Adam Hill Sky Blue #’ed/499
  • Nick Schnell Sky Blue #’ed/499
  • Jameson Hannah Chrome Sparkles Refractor
  • Pavin Smith Chrome Purple Refractor #’ed/250
  • Jeremiah Jackson Chrome Sky Blue Refractor #’ed/402
  • Matt Vierling Chrome Sky Blue Refractor #’ed/402
  • Ethan Hankins Chrome Refractor
  • Jesus Luzardo Chrome Refractor
  • Ryan Weathers Chrome Refractor
  • Lenny Torres Chrome Refractor
  • Daniel Lynch Chrome Refractor
  • Jackson Kowar Chrome Refractor
  • Drevian Williams-Nelson Chrome Refractor
  • Taylor Trammell Chrome Refractor
  • Kody Clemens Chrome Refractor
  • Mitch Keller Chrome Refractor
  • (2) Keston Hiura Chrome Refractor
  • Tyler Frank Chrome Refractor
  • Jordyn Adams Chrome Refractor
  • Kevon Jackson Chrome Refractor
  • Sean Guilbe Chrome Refractor
  • Adrian Morejon Chrome Refractor
  • Adam Wolf Chrome Refractor
  • Mitchell White Chrome Refractor
  • Matthew Liberatore Chrome Refractor
  • Grayson Rodriguez Chrome Refractor
  • Braydon Fisher Chrome Refractor
  • Nico Hoerner Chrome Refractor
  • Andres Gimenez Chrome Refractor

Inserts

  • Ryan Weathers Bowman Sterling
  • Alec Bohm 1998 Bowman 20th Anniversary
  • Jonathan India 1998 Bowman 20th Anniversary
  • Cole Winn/Matthew Liberatore Recommended Viewing
  • Anthony Seigler/Noah Naylor Recommended Viewing
  • Nolan Gorman/Triston Casas Recommended Viewing
  • Simeon Woods-Richardson/Braxton Ashcraft Recommended Viewing
  • Logan Gilbert/Josh Stowers Franchise Futures
  • Ryan Weathers/Xavier Edwards Franchise Futures
  • Brady Singer/Jackson Kowar Franchise Futures
  • Jonathan India/Mike Siani Franchise Futures