We got a nice selection of base cards featuring some good names. Just about all the teams were represented. The checklist was odd with some teams only having one or two players represented.
These baseball shaped parallels were the highlight of the box...at least in my opinion. I had forgotten the front of the card had a baseball like texture feel and the seams were embossed.
The base cards look really nice, printed on a thicker than normal cardstock. The design may be a little busy, but I've seen far worse before. Like with the previous box, we got a nice selection of players/teams from the base cards.
The first auto pulled came early in the box and was of Cory Stewart. This card is numbered 106/500. Adam McKenzie played "clean up" and grabbed the Padres at the very end for super cheap. Congrats!
The next "hit" pulled was this Future Swatch card of the White Sox's Joe Borchard. This card contains a piece of pants worn in a spring training game and is numbered 1019/1250.
The other auto pulled was this nice looking Player Graphs of Angel's prospect, Francisco Rodriguez. This card is numbered 269/400.
The last two cards pulled were from the Class of... insert set and featured two different players from two different teams. One was the base version and the other featured two pieces of game worn jerseys. The memorabilia version is numbered 293/375.
With the Class of... cards featuring more than one player, these were randomized between the participants using Random.org.
Overall this was another successful break in my opinion. I don't plan to break multiple boxes the same night all that often, but this was fun. I'm going to wrap this up so I can get these cards sorted out and filed away. If you were a participant and you're ready to have your stack of cards shipped, please let me know. You can leave a comment on this post or send me an email if you'd like. Thanks again to everyone who participated!