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(08-04-2011 10:50 PM)natejeffries Wrote: I gave in to Target and bought a Goodwin blaster box - 12 packs.
Absolute garbage. I am guessing that this is about as awful as it gets.
I have to admit I like the set but the offerings are pathetically slim and you can get stuck with some real crap like a surfer or a snowboarder.
Jim Fitzsimmons SP
Rube Foster SP
Amy Rodriguez SP (Who?)
Harry Truman SP
Jules Verne SP
If these are so SP why are they not serially numbered and why did I get five of them?
Black mini John Lamb (pitching prospect)
Black mini Matt Lipka (weak baseball prospect)
Black mini john mallinger (a golfer I never heard of)
The box hit apparently is a Figures of Sport Paul Rabil Lacrosse card. That's right - lacrosse.
(08-05-2011 02:48 AM)TheLastDude Wrote: If you like the set, how is it "garbage", "pathetically slim", or "real crap"? Did you not research the set before you bought a box?
This product is simply a lot more non-baseball oriented than even A&G is, but there is still some decent stuff in it.
The SP base cards are not supposed to be super short printed, just a little more difficult to get. You'll get either a base SP or a mini in every pack.
(08-05-2011 10:44 AM)natejeffries Wrote: For 20 bucks, I got a lacrosse player as my best card. That is why it is crap.
(08-05-2011 03:36 PM)thelegendjerryrice Wrote: EVERY box is a luck of the draw.
No matter what box it is.
And because you didn't pull $100 or $200 out of a $20 box it makes it crap right ?
(08-05-2011 05:11 PM)natejeffries Wrote: That's not true. Most boxes these days give you at least something cool for your money - either a game used, auto, or low serial numbered parallel.
This really was a junk box.