Wednesday, July 31, 2013

A New Addition to MCH

I look at other blogs for ideas on what mine is missing (trust me, it's missing a lot - you guys are amazing at this blogging thing).  One thing seems to be fairly consistent: a Top 10 Most Wanted list.

Boom.  Added.  You can see mine to the right.  As you can tell, mine consists of mostly new cards. Nothing against older cards, but I just don't desire them the same way I do the newer ones.

Hate me if you have to.  But send me these cards if you have them.

Tuesday, July 30, 2013

It's That Time of Week Again...

...As in "Sign up for my 2013 Allen & Ginter Box Breaks!"

In case you don't recall, It is $15 per team (which gets you the team you want and a random team) and $1 per insert.  Your payment gets you the teams you select and your random team from two boxes of 2013 Allen & Ginter!!!

I have five spots open for teams and six inserts still available!!!

If you have reserved a team but haven't paid yet, please do so as soon as possible!

The product releases a week from tomorrow, and I plan on busting as soon as I get the boxes in!

You can find break page and list of available teams here!

If you are reading this, do me a HUGE favor and post a link on your page to my break page!  I would certainly appreciate the help!

I Saw Something Yesterday I Never Thought I Would See

I work in the oil and gas business and often meet with people in their homes to go over business. I'm fortunate enough to work in the same area where I grew up, so I go out of my way to "just talk" after the meeting - talk about anything other than oil and gas. I like to get to know the people I am doing business with.

On occasion, my card collecting will come up, much like it did yesterday.  The gentleman I was talking to told me that he collected cards when he was young and still had a few and offered to show them to me.  I was excited - there's no telling what kind of cards you are going to see when someone older tells you they have a collection.

When he opened up his box (just a plain cardboard box used for shipping), I instantly recognized what was in front of me: 1951 Bowman.  Granted, there were other cards in there, but the '51 Bowman was well represented.  I became familiar with this set while researching my cousin Thurman Tucker, who had a card in this set.  

I could see an envelope at the bottom of the box...I wanted to go straight for it...but I didn't want to be rude. After about 15 minutes of sharing memories from certain cards, we go to the envelope.  At this point, the gentleman's eyes began to sparkle.  I knew I was about to have my mind blown. My heart began to flutter a little bit.

He slowly opens the envelope.....

1951 Bowman - Mickey Mantle
My heart stops for a moment.

By the way, this is an image from the Interwebs. I didn't want to ask him if I could take a picture, that just seemed rude.

But right in front of me is a 1951 Bowman Mickey Mantle.  The man tells me that the Mick was always his favorite player.  He tells me his favorite memories from listening to the Yankees on the radio and how excited he would get when Mantle would come up to bat.  He tells me about the day that he got the card and how he didn't even tell his friends about it for two weeks because he didn't want anyone to know he had it.  He tells me that he forgot about the card - and all of his cards - when he moved out of his parents house, but how his dad wouldn't let his mother throw the cards away (thank goodness).

The card isn't in great shape anymore, it had rounded corners, a few creases and a bit of discoloration on the right side.  I asked him if he had any idea what it was worth; he said he didn't and he didn't really want to know.

And that's when it dawned on me.

Regardless of value, baseball cards should be about the memories they create in the collecting process.

We talked about the card for a few more minutes.  He tucked it back in the envelope, placed it back in the box, closed the box and put it away.

My heart finally began to beat again.

I thanked him for his time and told him that if he ever wanted to let that card go, he needed to call me.  I shook his hand and left.

It was the best Monday I've had in a very long time.

Monday, July 29, 2013

Trade With Ryan H. of "O" No!!! Another Orioles Blog

Last week, I was able to swap some cardboard with Ryan over at "O" No! Another Orioles Blog.  He recently pulled a couple cards that I wanted from Series 2 and had quite a few cards for his 2013 Bowman set.  It was a match made in baseball card heaven.

Ryan was able to send me a boatload of Series 2 and 2013 Bowman from my need lists.  I'm a mere three cards away from completing my Bowman set.  Please take a look at my need list to see if you have any of them!

The second big piece of the trade was this Jordan Zimmerman Chasing History relic, numbered 42/99.  In case you were wondering, I am a fan of the Nats and have been since they moved to Washington.  Why, you ask?  Well, prior to their move to Arlington, the Rangers were the Washington Senators.  Seem like a loose connection to you?  Well, I guess that's okay.  Regardless, I'm a fan and Zimmerman has been "Straight cash, homey," as Randy Moss would say.  He's posted a sub-3 ERA and is one of the few bright spots for this year's team.  I'm happy to add this to my collection.

2013 Topps Series Two Chasing History - Jordan Zimmerman 42/99
The last piece of the trade is a photo variant of A's outfielder Josh Reddick. I hate the A's, but I truly love this card.  The beard is epic.  I like it more than I liked Brian Wilson's.  So Ryan was kind enough to send it my way.

2012 Topps Series 2  #316 - Josh Reddick (Variant)
Ryan, thanks for the trade!  I appreciate and love all of these cards!!!!

Friday, July 26, 2013

An Announcement in Regards to My 2013 Allen & Ginter Box Break

The product launches August 7.  I still have 9 team spots and 6 inserts available.  I want to get these filled up by the end of next week so that I can get my pre-order in.

So here's the deal.

This box break is now for two (TWO, dos, 2) boxes of Allen & Ginter!!!! 

Still just $15 per chosen team, $1 per insert.

In case you don't remember, $15 gets you a team of your choosing and a randomly assigned team.  So, for a mere $15, you are going to get all the team cards from two teams...from two boxes.  You can buy more than one team if you wish!

Hurry though, because I will only be accepting payment for nine more teams!

Go here to see which teams are still available and sign up.

So, you want an even better deal?  How about this: $25 will get you a spot in my break AND a spot in Ryan's 2013 Topps Minis Box Break over at "O" No!!! Another Orioles Blog.  He's busting THREE BOXES of the Minis when they are released!!!  That's access to five total boxes if you sign up for both!!!  You can't beat that!

So let's recap:
$15 - Two teams from two boxes of Allen and Ginter
$25 - Two teams from two boxes of Allen and Ginter AND a team from three boxes of 2013 Topps Minis

Here's how to sign up for both.  Simply comment on my break page here and Ryan's break page here.  Be sure to note that you are signing up for both breaks in your comment.  Then send me $14 via PayPal.  Ryan is still putting some things together, so hold off on sending the remaining $11 payment to him until he says so. It's that simple!!!

What are you waiting for?!  SIGN UP NOW!!!

An Unexpected Post

I stopped by the post office today to check my mail, expecting to receive nothing.  I was pleasantly surprised to find another addition to my 2013 Heritage Manager's Project:

2013 Topps Heritage #399 - Dale Sveum
Sveum's in a tough spot.  His management/ownership group is selling off all their assets (Thank you for Matt Garza) and acquiring prospects to rebuild.  I have to imagine that's quite deflating and a little disheartening as a manager.

That being said, I feel bad because I'm going to complain about the card.  I understand that he is under a lot of pressure and stress and probably doesn't have much time, but c'mon...did he really have to scribble his signature right through the heart of the card and his face?  There is plenty of room below his chin!

Like I said, I feel bad complaining.  I am very thankful that he took the time to sign the card, so for that, I cannot complain.

So I Broke Down....

...And bought a couple retail packs of 2013 Archives.  I've been weary of this set, if for no other reason than my OCD hates the four different card designs in the base set.  For whatever reason, the lack of a consistent design drives me nuts.  But, I've been dying to bust some packs, so I gave it a shot.

2013 Topps Archives Gallery of Heroes - Mariano Rivera
 The first insert card I pulled was this Gallery of Heroes Mariano Rivera.  I know quite a few people dig these things, but to me it feels/looks like a cheap gimmick card.  The only redeeming value is that it is of Rivera.  Regardless, it won't find a home in my permanent collection.

2013 Topps Archives Ryan Braun Tall Boy - MT-RB
The second insert I pulled was this Ryan Braun Tall Boy.  I don't know that this card is worth the paper it is printed on at the moment, and I have no personal interest in Braun, so this card is definitely up for trade.  The Tall Boy concept, however, might be one of the few, if not only, things I like about the set.  It's bigger than the standard mini (i.e. Gypsy Queen and A&G), the images and backgrounds are very clean...I like it.

I also bought three packs of 2013 Bowman in a quest to get one of my final few needed cards, but alas, I didn't get any of those.

The cards above are definitely available for trade.  I don't know if anyone has an interest in the Rivera card, but I doubt anyone will want the Braun.  Prove me wrong!

PS - I have some news about my 2013 Allen & Ginter box break coming later this afternoon.  Be on the lookout!

Thursday, July 25, 2013

Sign up for my 2013 Allen & Ginter box break now! (Tired of hearing about it yet?!)

It's time for my daily reminder for my 2013 Allen & Ginter box break!!!!

I do this on a daily basis in hopes that you will get sick of hearing about it and sign up in an effor tto shut me up.

There are still plenty of teams left, so get over to the sign up page and take a team or two!

Fifteen bucks gets you two teams (one of your choosing, one randomly assigned).  You can afford that!!!

If you link to my break on your page and someone signs up and references your blog, there might be something in it for you!

So come on, help me out!  Less than two weeks away from release day!!!

TTM Success and a PC Addition

This week has been slow in my card collecting life.  With my sets being far enough along that I don't want to spend money on packs, I don't have anything to open until Allen and Ginter hits.  My mailbox has been awfully quiet as well.  It has, however, given me a couple additions this week.

2013 Topps Heritage - Mitch Moreland
 I sent this card out a couple weeks ago and got it back on Tuesday.  Moreland was kind enough to sign it and inscribe his number, which is something I really enjoy (I don't know why).  Pretty happy with it.

2013 Bowman Orange Parallel - Collin Wiles
The first card I ever pulled of Collin Wiles was his Orange Parallel auto, but I had yet to get a "normal" noon-auto orange parallel.  I picked this up on eBay for a buck (I believe).  My PC might be as far as it is going to go.  The last parallel I need is the red one, and the owner of it is asking for Bryce Harper/Mike Trout money to get it.

So that's my exciting update for the day.  Hooray.

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Thoughts on Ryan Braun

It's a couple days late (I've been busy), but here are my thoguhts on Ryan Braun.  I'm disappointed, but I'm not condemning him to hell like some baseball writers are.  This is from my other blog, "The Infield Grass," which I have sadly fallen behind in updating. (You can find it here)

An Open Letter to Sports Writers
Ryan Braun cheated.  And like seemingly most people, he denied that he cheated.
Then came his announcement earlier this week that he was accepting responsibility for his actions (though he didn’t say what his “actions” were).
And that’s when you, the baseball journalists, chimed in.  Jon  Paul Morosi was one of the harshest critics, saying “Ryan Braun is all about Ryan Braun.”  He even threw out this slap in the face: “Braun is one of the most cravenly selfish figures in American professional sports.”
That’s right, Braun did this for Braun.
It had absolutely nothing to do with anything else.
It had nothing to do with the fact that owners pay the most money to players who may hit .230 but crush 40 home runs a season.
It certainly has nothing to do with the media’s glorification of the longball.  
And it definitely has nothing to do with the fans’ willingness to pay $60 a seat to watch a player hit a ball 450 feet.
Wait…it has everything to do with these things.
The home run is perhaps the most over-glorified feat in sports.  I say that knowing that two nights ago, as Nelson Cruz parked a ball on Green’s Hill in the Ballpark in Arlington, I jumped in celebration on a run that, at that point in the game, proved to be meaningless. But that is what fan’s want to see.
Fans want to see it so badly that they will pay ridiculous amounts of money for seats at a baseball game.  It isn’t uncommon for a family of four to drop $250 on tickets, hotdogs and drinks.  They’ll buy t-shirts and hats of their favorite player (probably one of the team’s big bats) and do so happily.
Owners see this opportunity for profit and happily hemorrhage money to home run hitters. Don’t believe me?  Then tell me why Alex Rodriguez has signed not one, but two contracts in excess of a quarter-billion dollars a piece?  Why is Ryan Braun currently guaranteed more than $100 million?  Why did David Ortiz, who couldn’t play defense to save his life at this point in his career, receive a two-year, $26 million deal just to swing a bat?
These guys aren’t getting paid that kind of money to hit doubles.
The media loves the home run, too.  ESPN’s Baseball Tonight dedicates an entire segment to the home runs of the day.  Chris Berman is known for his “back, back, back, back” call for home runs.  Which leads us to the most useless event in American sports – the Home Run Derby.
For three hours, we all sit and watch as baseball’s biggest sluggers try to hit as many home runs as they can.  Somebody lobs a ball to them and they crush it.  (Because that takes skill – the balls might as well be on tees.)  Fans “oohh” and “ahh” while baseball writers furiously scribble down notes on distance, form, etc.
So please, don’t come at me with your “holier than thou” mentality when you are part of the cycle promoting the home run ball.  Players, fans, owners, journalists – we are all guilty in this.  
Did Ryan Braun cheat?  Absolutely.
Does he deserve to be punished?  Absolutely.
Did he do it for selfish reasons?  Perhaps.  But we all patted him on the back and told him how wonderful he was when he was hitting those home runs, so why wouldn’t he do whatever it takes to continue?
As my grandmother always says – “Don’t ever point a finger, because there will always be three pointing right back at you.”

Monday, July 22, 2013

2013 Allen & Ginter - SIGN UP NOW!!!

In case you missed it a couple weeks ago, I am going to do a box break when the 2013 Allen & Ginter product is released and I want you to join!!!

Fifteen dollars, $15, 15 bucks gets you a team of your choice and a randomly assigned team!  $1 will get you the insert of your choosing (all of the cards from the insert line you choose)!

Why aren't you joining?!?!?!?!

Go here and sign up!!  Only two weeks (roughly) remain!

DO IT!!!!!!!

Friday, July 19, 2013

...And the Results Are In...

I've run the entries through the trusty randomizer, and here's what she threw out at me:

1st Place - Ryan H.
2nd Place - Steve D.
3rd Place - P-town Tom

Ryan H. came in with an amazing twelve entries - one for commenting, one for posting on his blog and 10 (TEN!!!) for his followers entering and mentioning his name!

Thanks to everyone that entered!  I appreciate you stopping by!  (Steve D. - I need your addy; e-mail it to me at

Due to the amount of entries, I'm only able to send out three prize packs.  I didn't think many people would sign up (I was thinking 10 at the most), so I was originally planning on sending at least one card to everyone that entered.  However, with 31 people, I decided to try to make the prize packs as awesome as possible for three winners.

So here's what I would like to do for the rest of you. I want to make sure that you enjoy My Cardboard Habit, and to do that, I want to work out a trade!  I have a ton of 2013 Gypsy Queen doubles, triples, quadruples, etc.  I have a ton of 2013 Bowman extras.  I even have some cards from last year available.  Let me know what you want/are looking for, and I will shoot something your way soon!

Thanks again, and I hope you decide to stick around for a while!!!!

Contest Closed! Picking Winners Now....

...Results will be up soon!

Thursday, July 18, 2013

Last Chance to Get Some Free Stuff!!!

In case you were wondering when your last chance is to get in on my 2013 Gypsy Queen free swag giveaway, well, here it is!!!

Go comment on this post to get in on this chance!!!

That is all - tomorrow morning is the big day!

Wednesday, July 17, 2013

2013 Heritage Managers Project - Ned Yost

There are still plenty of teams for my 2013 Allen & Ginter box break left.  Sign up now!!!

Last week I mentioned that I received back my Ned Yost card, signed, for my Managers project but I was having a hard time finding it.  Well, I found it.  Long story short, it had been misplaced by someone other than me, and I'm just happy to have it back.  So here it is:

This makes the second card to add to the collection.  I'm hoping to receive some more cards soon, as I would think that the All Star break would give players and managers time to get to some of their mail. I could be wrong.

Here are the cards I still need, so be a gent and help me out.

Trade with Plaschke, Thy Sweater Is Argyle

Monday, I received a package from Greg over at Plaschke, Thy Sweater Is Argyle.  I sent him a Matt Kemp relic from the 2013 Gypsy Queen Set.  In exchange, I received these beauties:

1990 Topps # 174 - Jeff Kunkel
1990 Topps #496 - Cecil Espy
1975 Topps Team Checklist  #511 - Texas Rangers
1991 Topps #224 - Juan Gonzalez

Awesome cards!  The two '90 cards go directly into the new collection.  The checklist card is really cool, and I like to think this was Juan Gonzalez when he was actually happy in Texas.  But the crowning jewel of this trade is the Andrus Chrome Purple Parallel - gorgeous.  Greg also sent me a few more cards, including two Alexi Ogando minis from the 2012 A&G set (already collated into my set) and Tommy Hunter and Matt West cards from the 2007 Just Rookies set.  Sweet stuff!

Thanks again Greg!

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

2013 Gypsy Queen...COMPLETE!!!! Let's Give Away Some Sh*t!!!!!

2013 Gypsy Queen - #14
This card...this is the card that has been turning my dreams to nightmares. I set out with the intention of completing this set by busting packs and making trades. I didn't want to purchase individual cards. I pulled this card early on in my set building odyssey, but like an idiot, I sent it to Trout in an effort to get a TTM for my GQ TTM project. So after months of looking and failure, I broke down and purchased it from COMC.


To celebrate this momentous occasion, I am going to give away a few 2013 GQ Hits.  Autos and relics - all going out as a celebration!

Here's how it works:

  1. Comment on this entry.
Yup, it's that easy.  You want more, you say? Okay, I hear ya.  As an added bonus, share this page link on your blog, and you'll be entered into a second contest.  Furthermore, if one of your readers visits the page and mentions your name when he/she comments, you'll get yet another entry!  So, that's three ways to get a chance for some of this 2013 GQ swag!

Update: I guess I should include the deadline. I will be selecting the winners Friday morning, so get entered quickly! I'm not certain how many prizes I am giving out, but there will be a minimum of three!

Now, since I have completed this set, I have a hole in my collecting heart. Therefore, I have decided to start on the 1990 Topps set that I have heard a lot of people complaining about.  I like it, so I'm going after it. So, if you have some '90 Topps you don't want, I do want them.  Let's talk about it.

Ready, set...GO!!!

Monday, July 15, 2013

Massive Mail Day

My mailbox was loaded today with some eBay pickups, a trade package and a brutally abused TTM request.  eBay made it possible to add a few cards for my Collin Wiles PC.

2013 Bowman Chrome Gold Refractor #'d 7/50
2013 Bowman Purple Gold Refractor #'d 70/199
2013 Bowman Purple Parallel (No Number)
I was also able to snag the 2013 Topps Archives Bryce Harper Tall Boy for my collection.  This is really the only card I wanted from that set.

2013 Topps Archives Bryce Harper Tall Boy - MT-BH
I also received a failed TTM request from David Ortiz.  I didn't expect this one to be successful, so receiving back an unsigned card is no real surprise.  However, I sent the card in a rigid toploader in an effort to keep it from getting bent in the mail.  I received the card back in a Red Sox envelope without with toploader and a letter explaining he couldn't sign, accompanied with a poorly printed photo and digital signature.  I'm shocked and disappointed in the lack of care given to the card.  I have other copies, but it still seems like the organization would take care of what they were sending back to you.  

I also received a trade package from Greg over at Plaschke, Thy Sweater Is Argyle.  It was packed full of awesome goodness, so I am going to get a post up about it soon.

Friday, July 12, 2013

PC Additions...and a Serious Complaint

The mail brought me a couple additions to two of my personal collections:

2013 Bowman Chrome Collin Wiles Refractor  #'d 497/500
 The list of needed 2013 Bowman Collin Wiles cards is quickly dwindling.  Hopefully, it will be done soon.  Not going to lie, I'm a little tired of finding new parallels.

2013 Topps Heritage Yu Darvish Black Border (Paper)
 Next is the Yu Darvish black-bordered 2013 Topps Heritage.  Sharp card, I'm glad I have it.  But The packaging I received it in bothered me.  Here's why:

So many good toploaders get ruined by using common desk tape as a way to keep the card from sliding out.  How hard is it to buy a roll of blue painter's tape, which costs about the same as regular tape, to use rather than this gummy garbage?  It's frustrating to throw the top loader away because I like to reuse them.

Anyway, I digress...the heat makes me cranky.

Trade with Waiting 'Til Next Year

A couple weeks ago, I was able to work out a trade with Tom over at Waiting 'Til Next Year. He's working on a 2013 Bowman project as well, building a base set and a parallel Frankenset.  I'm not big into the parallels as much, so this was a great chance for me to make a new friend.  I sent Tom a few parallels and he was gracious enough to send me a few cards on my 2013 Bowman hitlist and a couple Cubbies from the '72 set that I'm (slowly - think: molasses in the Arctic Circle slow) putting together.

Tom, I have to apologize!  In my excitement, I collated all the cards you sent me with taking a picture to post about them!  It won't happen again!

So take a moment to check out my 2013 Bowman hitlist, if you wouldn't mind.  I'm close - fewer than 20 cards remaining - and I will have all of this set put together as well!

And another reminder: if you are interested in jumping on a 2013 Allen and Ginter box break, join mine!  You can find the info here!!!

Thanks again Tom!!!!

2013 Gypsy Queen - Almost Done

A brief but important post.  I started this blog to share my card collecting successes and to join a community of collectors working to trade cards to help each other.  Because of this help, I am now just one card away from completing my set.

2013 Gypsy Queen #14 - Mike Trout
This is the card that is making me suffer (go figure - it would HAVE to be an Angel).  I tried and tried to find it, scouring every blog I could to see if anyone had an extra they were willing to part with.  I even offered autos and relics in return, but no one had it or was willing to part with it.

Thankfully (and partially out of frustration), I decided to visit COMC.  Grabbed the card for $6, give or take a few cents.  Now I'm just playing a waiting game until I receive it.

And when I do, you better believe that I am going to celebrate.  Think: free give away of a few relics and/or autos!  Get ready....

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Collin Wiles PC - Close to Completion

I grabbed the 2013 Bowman Chrome Collin Wiles Orange Refractor last week.  This parallel is numbered to 25.  This leaves me with just a few cards to get.

2013 Bowman Chrome Orange Refractor #'d 19/25

Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Bryce Harper PC

2013 Topps Tribute Base
2013 Gypsy Queen Mini - Black
2013 Gypsy Queen Mini - Photo Variation
2013 Topps Blue Sparkle 
2013 Topps Mini
2013 Topps Making Their Mark
2013 Topps Rookie of the Year
2013 Topps All Star
2013 Topps Opening Day All Star
2013 Topps Chrome - 1972 Refractor Insert
2013 Topps Chrome - Close Connections Insert
2012 Allen and Ginter Base

It's here, it's finally here...wait. What?

My 2013 Bowman Collin Wiles White Ice parallel finally got here today.

2013 Bowman Collin Wiles Superfractor
As you can see, it is NOT the white ice parallel I thought I was getting.  It's the Superfractor (a better card, one might suggest).

In case you are wondering, that is a little disappointment in my tone. Not because of the card - this thing is amazing, beautiful, etc. etc.  I'm disappointed that I am stupid.  I was operating (naively) under the notion that the white ice and superfractor were one and the same.  Clearly, I was wrong.  What kind of stupid assumption was that???

So here it is, my 2013 Bowman Collin Wiles Superfractor.  A needed addition to my Collin Wiles 2013 Bowman PC.  It is NOT the white ice parallel I thought I was getting.  Dammit.

Monday, July 8, 2013

2013 Heritage Manager TTM Update

I've received back a couple of my 2013 Heritage Manager Cards in the last week.  This one came out of the mailbox today:

2013 Topps Heritage #324 - Terry Collins (TTM auto)
With the Mets sitting 11 games under .500 and no true help in sight, Collins' job could be in jeopardy.  I hope not.  Everything I hear about Collins suggests that he is a baseball lifer with a ton of knowledge...he just has a lousy team on his hands.

The other card I received came in last week courtesy of Ned Yost of the Kansas City Royals.  It has disappeared from my office at home.  My brother and his little boy were at my house for a bit while I was out of town for the holiday, so I have an idea where it may have disappeared to (for the record, I am missing some other cards, as well).  I'll look to see if I can find it, but no promises.

There are still some cards I need!!!  Please look here to see if you can help me out!

Yu Darvish PC


2013 Allen & Ginter
2013 Allen & Ginter Mini
2013 Across the Years
2013 Bowman Orange Parallel
2013 Bowman Flag Parallel
2013 Bowman
2013 Bowman Chrome Green Parallel
2013 Bowman Chrome 
2013 Bowman Platinum Ruby Parallel
2013 Blue Sapphire
2013 Gold Parallel
2013 Gypsy Queen
2013 Gypsy Queen Mini Green Parallel
2013 Gypsy Queen Mini Photo Variation
2013 Heritage Black Border
2013 Heritage Chrome Purple Refractor
2013 Heritage Chrome Refractor
2013 Opening Day Blue Sparkle
2013 Opening Day Stars
2013 Topps
2013 Topps Sunglasses Photo Variation
2013 Topps Gold Rush Redemption
2013 Topps '72 Mini
2013 Topps Chasing History Holofoil 
2013 Topps Chasing the Dream
2013 Topps Cut to the Chase
2013 Topps Franchise Forerunners
2013 Topps Making Their Mark
2013 Topps Update
2013 Topps Update '71 Mini
2013 Topps Update Chrome
2013 Topps Tribute Orange Parallel 31/50
2013 Topps Tribute Green Parallel 19/75
2013 Topps Tribute Blue Parallel 51/99
2013 Topps Tribute


2012 Allen & Ginter
2012 Allen & Ginter Mini
2012 Bowman
2012 Bowman Chrome
2012 Topps
2012 Topps Walmart Blue Border
2012 Topps Blockbusters