Box Busters: 2012 SP Signature Edition + contest

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Join Beckett Baseball‘s Brian Fleischer and Chris Olds as they rip into a pair of 2012 Upper Deck SP Signature Edition boxes in this latest edition of Box Busters.

What will they find inside these $250 (we accidentally said $150) boxes?   Watch and find out …

(Need a checklist or an OPG when available? Click here.)

Update: Upper Deck announced that there are short-prints among the un-numbered autographs. Look for a full checklist of all cards in the product on soon but get the groups for the un-numbered cards after the jump.

A: one in every 39 packs
B: one in every 14 packs
C: one in every 3.5 packs
D: one in every 2.5 packs
E: one in every 1.5 packs
F: one per pack

Subset    Card    Description    City/Country    Theme    Group
Prospects    2012-1    Karsten Whitson                              2012 Draft    A
Prospects    AZ-10    Trevor Bauer    Arizona                                             A
Active Stars    BAL-5    Vladimir Guerrero    Baltimore                         A
Retired Stars    BOS-3    Carl Yastrzemski    Boston                                A
Retired Stars    BOS-4    Carlton Fisk    Boston                                          A
Retired Stars    BOS-8    Wade Boggs    Boston                                          A
Retired Stars    BOS-10    Roger Clemens    Boston                                 A
Retired Stars    BOS-11    Curt Schilling    Boston                                     A
Retired Stars    CHC-4    Ferguson Jenkins    Chicago (National)      A
Active Stars    CHC-8    Alfonso Soriano    Chicago (National)           A
Retired Stars    CHW-1    Luis Aparicio    Chicago (American)            A
Retired Stars    CIN-1    Tony Perez    Cincinnati                                      A
Quad Young Stars/Prospects    CIN-11    Johnny Cueto/Juan Duran/Mat Latos/Yorman Rodriguez    Cincinnati        A
Retired Stars    CLV-2    Al Rosen    Cleveland                                             A
Active Stars    DET-5    Miguel Cabrera    Detroit                                       A
Prospects    DET-10    Nick Castellanos    Detroit                                      A
Triple Young Stars/Prospects    DET-13    Alex Avila/Nick Castellanos/Jacob Turner    Detroit        A
Retired Stars    HOU-2    Jeff Bagwell    Houston                                       A
Retired Stars    KC-2    Bo Jackson    Kansas City                                      A
Retired Stars    LA-3    Don Newcombe    Los Angeles/Brooklyn       A
Retired Stars    LA-8    Davey Lopes    Los Angeles/Brooklyn              A
Retired Stars    MIL-3    Geoff Jenkins    Milwaukee                                 A
Retired Stars    MIN-3    Kent Hrbek    Minnesota                                     A
Young Stars    MIN-8    Francisco Liriano    Minnesota                           A
Retired Stars    NYM-4    Lenny Dykstra    New York (National)        A
Retired Stars    NYM-6    David Cone    New York (National)               A
Retired Stars    NYY-9    Tino Martinez    New York (American)        A
Active Stars    NYY-12    Derek Jeter    New York (American)             A
Retired Stars    OAK-2    Dennis Eckersley    Oakland                              A
Retired Stars    PHI-3    Mike Schmidt    Philadelphia                              A
Retired Stars    PIT-2    Bill Madlock    Pittsburgh                                     A
Prospects    PIT-11    Jameson Taillon    Pittsburgh                                  A
Triple Young Stars/Prospects    PIT-14    Pedro Alvarez/Gerrit Cole/Jameson Taillon    Pittsburgh        A
Retired Stars    SEA-2    Randy Johnson    Seattle                                      A
Retired Stars    SF-6    Dave Kingman    San Francisco                             A
Retired Stars    SF-9    Kevin Mitchell    San Francisco                             A
Retired Stars    STL-2    Lou Brock    St. Louis                                              A
Retired Stars    STL-3    Joe Torre    St. Louis                                               A
Active Stars    STL-5    Albert Pujols    St. Louis                                          A
Active Stars    STL-6    Chris Carpenter    St. Louis                                    A
Retired Stars    TEX-1    Nolan Ryan    Texas                                               A
Active Stars    WAS-3    Jayson Werth    Washington                               A
Young Stars    WAS-5    Stephen Strasburg    Washington                      A
Prospects    WAS-6    Danny Espinosa    Washington                                A
Prospects    WAS-9    Bryce Harper    Washington                                     A
Dual Young Stars/Prospects    WAS-11    Bryce Harper/Stephen Strasburg    Washington        A
Dual Young Stars/Prospects    2012DRAFT    Nolan Fontana/Karsten Whitson        2012 Draft    B
Retired Stars    ATL-1    Phil Niekro    Atlanta        B
Retired Stars    ATL-2    Tom Glavine    Atlanta        B
Young Stars    ATL-4    Tommy Hanson    Atlanta        B
Young Stars    ATL-5    Mike Minor    Atlanta        B
Retired Stars    BAL-1    Frank Robinson    Baltimore        B
Retired Stars    BOS-7    Fred Lynn    Boston        B
Retired Stars    BOS-9    Dennis “Oil Can” Boyd    Boston        B
Active Stars    BOS-13    Kevin Youkilis    Boston        B
Active Stars    BOS-15    Jon Lester    Boston        B
Active Stars    BOS-16    Dustin Pedroia    Boston        B
Active Stars    BOS-19    Adrian Gonzalez    Boston        B
Young Stars    BOS-22    Jarrod Saltalamacchia    Boston        B
Retired Stars    CHC-2    Billy Williams    Chicago (National)        B
Retired Stars    CHC-7    Mark Grace    Chicago (National)        B
Young Stars    CHW-6    Gordon Beckham    Chicago (American)        B
Young Stars    CIN-7    Mat Latos    Cincinnati        B
Retired Stars    CLV-1    Bob Feller    Cleveland        B
Young Stars    CLV-9    Matt LaPorta    Cleveland        B
Prospects    COL-7    Drew Pomeranz    Colorado        B
Retired Stars    DET-1    Al Kaline    Detroit        B
Active Stars    KC-4    Jeff Francis    Kansas City        B
Prospects    KC-13    Christian Colon    Kansas City        B
Quad Young Stars/Prospects    KC-19    Christian Colon/Aaron Crow/Eric Hosmer/Tim Melville    Kansas City        B
Retired Stars    LA-4    Sandy Koufax    Los Angeles/Brooklyn        B
Active Stars    LA-13    Clayton Kershaw    Los Angeles/Brooklyn        B
Active Stars    LAA-3    Albert Pujols    Los Angeles/California        B
Prospects    MIL-12    Kentrail Davis    Milwaukee        B
Retired Stars    NYY-2    Don Larsen    New York (American)        B
Retired Stars    OAK-4    Mark Mulder    Oakland        B
Active Stars    PHI-6    Cole Hamels    Philadelphia        B
Active Stars    PHI-9    Hunter Pence    Philadelphia        B
Prospects    PHI-13    Aaron Altherr    Philadelphia        B
Active Stars    PIT-3    Derrek Lee    Pittsburgh        B
Prospects    PIT-10    Gerrit Cole    Pittsburgh        B
Retired Stars    SD-2    Brian Giles    San Diego        B
Active Stars    SD-3    Huston Street    San Diego        B
Retired Stars    SEA-1    Edgar Martinez    Seattle        B
Retired Stars    SF-5    Gaylord Perry    San Francisco        B
Active Stars    SF-10    Miguel Tejada    San Francisco        B
Retired Stars    STL-1    Bob Gibson    St. Louis        B
Active Stars    STL-7    Matt Holliday    St. Louis        B
Prospects    STL-10    Kolten Wong    St. Louis        B
Young Stars    TB-7    David Price    Tampa        B
Quad Young Stars/Prospects    TB-20    Reid Brignac/Wade Davis/Matt Joyce/David Price    Tampa        B
Prospects    TEX-10    Brian Ragira    Texas        B
Retired Stars    TOR-2    Joe Carter    Toronto        B
Prospects    TOR-10    Asher Wojciechowski    Toronto        B
Dual Young Stars/Prospects    TOR-13    David Cooper/Brett Lawrie    Toronto        B
Quad Young Stars/Prospects    TOR-15    David Cooper/Brett Lawrie/Andrew Liebel/Asher Wojciechowski    Toronto        B
Active Stars    AZ-2    Miguel Montero    Arizona        C
Active Stars    AZ-4    Justin Upton    Arizona        C
Prospects    BAL-12    Xavier Avery    Baltimore        C
Quad Young Stars/Prospects    BAL-17    Xavier Avery/Brian Matusz/Chris Tillman/Matt Wieters    Baltimore        C
Retired Stars    BOS-1    Bobby Doerr    Boston        C
Retired Stars    BOS-5    Luis Tiant    Boston        C
Retired Stars    BOS-6    Jim Rice    Boston        C
Prospects    BOS-23    Garin Cecchini    Boston        C
Prospects    BOS-26    Derrik Gibson    Boston        C
Prospects    BOS-28    Ryan Westmoreland    Boston        C
Prospects    BOS-30    Bryce Brentz    Boston        C
Retired Stars    CHC-1    Ernie Banks    Chicago (National)        C
Retired Stars    CHC-3    Ron Santo    Chicago (National)        C
Retired Stars    CHC-5    Ryne Sandberg    Chicago (National)        C
Retired Stars    CHC-6    Andre Dawson    Chicago (National)        C
Prospects    CHC-10    Nelson Perez    Chicago (National)        C
Dual Young Stars/Prospects    CHC-13    Junior Lake/Nelson Perez    Chicago (National)        C
Dual Young Stars/Prospects    CHC-14    Nelson Perez/Kevin Rhoderick    Chicago (National)        C
Triple Young Stars/Prospects    CHC-15    Junior Lake/Nelson Perez/Kevin Rhoderick    Chicago (National)        C
Active Stars    CHW-5    Adam Dunn    Chicago (American)        C
Prospects    CHW-8    Tyler Flowers    Chicago (American)        C
Quad Young Stars/Prospects    CHW-12    Gordon Beckham/Jordan Danks/Tyler Flowers/Brent Lillibridge    Chicago (American)        C
Prospects    CIN-9    Yorman Rodriguez    Cincinnati        C
Quad Young Stars/Prospects    CIN-12    Juan Duran/Juan Francisco/Paul Janish/Yorman Rodriguez    Cincinnati        C
Retired Stars    CLV-3    Rocky Colavito    Cleveland        C
Active Stars    CLV-5    Grady Sizemore    Cleveland        C
Active Stars    CLV-7    Derek Lowe    Cleveland        C
Dual Young Stars/Prospects    CLV-12    Michael Brantley/Matt LaPorta    Cleveland        C
Quad Young Stars/Prospects    CLV-14    Michael Brantley/Carlos Carrasco/Matt LaPorta/Chen-Chang Lee    Cleveland        C
Active Stars    DET-4    Justin Verlander    Detroit        C
Prospects    DET-11    Jacob Turner    Detroit        C
Dual Young Stars/Prospects    DET-12    Daniel Schlereth/Jacob Turner    Detroit        C
Prospects    HOU-6    Jordan Lyles    Houston        C
Prospects    HOU-7    Jay Austin    Houston        C
Prospects    HOU-8    Ross Seaton    Houston        C
Active Stars    KC-3    Billy Butler    Kansas City        C
Prospects    KC-10    Aaron Crow    Kansas City        C
Prospects    KC-12    Tim Melville    Kansas City        C
Quad Young Stars/Prospects    KC-18    Christian Colon/Alcides Escobar/Eric Hosmer/Sean O’Sullivan    Kansas City        C
Retired Stars    LA-5    Frank Howard    Los Angeles/Brooklyn        C
Retired Stars    LA-6    Steve Garvey    Los Angeles/Brooklyn        C
Active Stars    MIA-2    Hanley Ramirez    Miami        C
Young Stars    MIA-4    Emilio Bonifacio    Miami        C
Prospects    MIA-7    Marcell Ozuna    Miami        C
Quad Young Stars/Prospects    MIA-11    Mike Dunn/Marcell Ozuna/Gaby Sanchez/Kyle Skipworth    Miami        C
Retired Stars    MIL-2    Paul Molitor    Milwaukee        C
Prospects    MIL-11    Cutter Dykstra    Milwaukee        C
Triple Young Stars/Prospects    MIL-15    Kentrail Davis/Cameron Garfield/Seth Lintz    Milwaukee        C
Retired Stars    MIN-1    Tony Oliva    Minnesota        C
Retired Stars    MIN-2    Rod Carew    Minnesota        C
Active Stars    MIN-4    Joe Mauer    Minnesota        C
Prospects    MIN-11    Aaron Hicks    Minnesota        C
Prospects    MIN-12    Kyle Gibson    Minnesota        C
Quad Young Stars/Prospects    MIN-15    Danny Espinosa/Kyle Gibson/Aaron Hicks/Bobby Lanigan    Minnesota        C
Retired Stars    NYM-3    Sid Fernandez    New York (National)        C
Retired Stars    NYM-5    Gary Carter    New York (National)        C
Prospects    NYM-12    Reese Havens    New York (National)        C
Retired Stars    NYY-1    Whitey Ford    New York (American)        C
Retired Stars    NYY-3    Bobby Murcer    New York (American)        C
Retired Stars    NYY-4    Chris Chambliss    New York (American)        C
Retired Stars    NYY-6    Reggie Jackson    New York (American)        C
Retired Stars    NYY-7    Bucky Dent    New York (American)        C
Retired Stars    NYY-10    Tim Raines    New York (American)        C
Retired Stars    NYY-11    Mike Mussina    New York (American)        C
Active Stars    NYY-13    Nick Swisher    New York (American)        C
Young Stars    NYY-15    Phil Hughes    New York (American)        C
Prospects    NYY-21    D.J. Mitchell    New York (American)        C
Quad Young Stars/Prospects    NYY-26    Andrew Aplin/Garrison Lassiter/Brett Marshall/D.J. Mitchell    New York (American)        C
Retired Stars    OAK-1    Jose Canseco    Oakland        C
Prospects    OAK-8    Collin Cowgill    Oakland        C
Prospects    OAK-9    Brett Hunter    Oakland        C
Prospects    OAK-10    Jemile Weeks    Oakland        C
Quad Young Stars/Prospects    OAK-20    Brandon Allen/Collin Cowgill/Brett Hunter/Cecil Tanner    Oakland        C
Retired Stars    PHI-1    Greg Luzinski    Philadelphia        C
Retired Stars    PHI-2    Steve Carlton    Philadelphia        C
Active Stars    PHI-8    Roy Halladay    Philadelphia        C
Active Stars    PHI-10    Jonathan Papelbon    Philadelphia        C
Active Stars    PHI-11    Dontrelle Willis    Philadelphia        C
Prospects    PIT-6    Dinesh Kumar Patel    Pittsburgh        C
Prospects    PIT-7    Rinku Singh    Pittsburgh        C
Prospects    PIT-8    Pedro Alvarez    Pittsburgh        C
Dual Young Stars/Prospects    PIT-13    Pedro Alvarez/Gerrit Cole    Pittsburgh        C
Retired Stars    SD-1    Tony Gwynn    San Diego        C
Prospects    SD-7    Casey Kelly    San Diego        C
Prospects    SD-8    Cory Hahn    San Diego        C
Prospects    SD-10    Yasmani Grandal    San Diego        C
Triple Young Stars/Prospects    SD-12    Kyle Blanks/Casey Kelly/Donavan Tate    San Diego        C
Quad Young Stars/Prospects    SD-13    Kyle Blanks/Casey Kelly/Micah Owings/Donavan Tate    San Diego        C
Retired Stars    SEA-3    Ken Griffey Jr.    Seattle        C
Prospects    SEA-9    Justin Smoak    Seattle        C
Prospects    SEA-10    Casper Wells    Seattle        C
Prospects    SEA-11    Nick Franklin    Seattle        C
Retired Stars    SF-1    Bobby Thomson    San Francisco        C
Retired Stars    SF-2    Orlando Cepeda    San Francisco        C
Retired Stars    SF-3    Willie McCovey    San Francisco        C
Retired Stars    SF-4    Juan Marichal    San Francisco        C
Retired Stars    SF-8    Will Clark    San Francisco        C
Active Stars    STL-8    Lance Berkman    St. Louis        C
Young Stars    TB-8    Reid Brignac    Tampa        C
Dual Young Stars/Prospects    TB-16    Wade Davis/David Price    Tampa        C
Active Stars    TEX-2    Ian Kinsler    Texas        C
Quad Young Stars/Prospects    TEX-13    Neftali Feliz/Tommy Mendonca/Phillip Pfeifer/Robbie Ross    Texas        C
Active Stars    TOR-3    Adam Lind    Toronto        C
Prospects    TOR-7    Brett Lawrie    Toronto        C
Prospects    TOR-8    David Cooper    Toronto        C
Prospects    WAS-8    Rick Hague    Washington        C
Prospects    WAS-10    Matthew Purke    Washington        C
Active Stars    ATL-3    Chipper Jones    Atlanta        D
Active Stars    AZ-3    Chris B. Young    Arizona        D
Active Stars    AZ-6    Melvin Mora    Arizona        D
Active Stars    BAL-3    Nick Markakis    Baltimore        D
Young Stars    BAL-9    Chris Tillman    Baltimore        D
Young Stars    BAL-10    Tommy Hunter    Baltimore        D
Active Stars    BOS-12    Jason Varitek    Boston        D
Active Stars    BOS-14    Josh Beckett    Boston        D
Quad Young Stars/Prospects    BOS-37    Stephen Fife/Derrik Gibson/Pete Hissey/Che-Hsuan Lin    Boston        D
Quad Young Stars/Prospects    BOS-38    Che-Hsuan Lin/Josh Reddick/Junichi Tazawa/Ryan Westmoreland    Boston        D
Prospects    CHC-12    Junior Lake    Chicago (National)        D
Active Stars    COL-2    Carlos Gonzalez    Colorado        D
Young Stars    COL-4    Jhoulys Chacin    Colorado        D
Dual Young Stars/Prospects    COL-8    Jhoulys Chacin/Peter Tago    Colorado        D
Retired Stars    DET-2    Jack Morris    Detroit        D
Young Stars    DET-9    Alex Avila    Detroit        D
Quad Young Stars/Prospects    HOU-15    Jay Austin/Jed Lowrie/Jordan Lyles/Ross Seaton    Houston        D
Young Stars    KC-6    Luke Hochevar    Kansas City        D
Prospects    KC-9    Kendal Volz    Kansas City        D
Prospects    KC-11    Eric Hosmer    Kansas City        D
Retired Stars    LA-2    Carl Erskine    Los Angeles/Brooklyn        D
Retired Stars    LA-7    Ron Cey    Los Angeles/Brooklyn        D
Retired Stars    LA-9    Dusty Baker    Los Angeles/Brooklyn        D
Active Stars    LA-12    Andre Ethier    Los Angeles/Brooklyn        D
Prospects    LA-14    Ethan Martin    Los Angeles/Brooklyn        D
Retired Stars    LAA-1    Wally Joyner    Los Angeles/California        D
Prospects    MIA-5    Mike Dunn    Miami        D
Retired Stars    MIL-1    Cecil Cooper    Milwaukee        D
Active Stars    MIL-7    Nyjer Morgan    Milwaukee        D
Quad Young Stars/Prospects    MIL-16    Cutter Dykstra/Jose Garcia/Cameron Garfield/Seth Lintz    Milwaukee        D
Quad Young Stars/Prospects    NYM-15    Reese Havens/Chin-Lung Hu/Tobi Stoner/Josh Thole    New York (National)        D
Retired Stars    NYY-5    Ron Guidry    New York (American)        D
Retired Stars    NYY-8    Don Mattingly    New York (American)        D
Active Stars    NYY-14    Russell Martin    New York (American)        D
Retired Stars    OAK-3    Eric Chavez    Oakland        D
Active Stars    OAK-5    Rich Harden    Oakland        D
Prospects    OAK-13    Michael Choice    Oakland        D
Quad Young Stars/Prospects    OAK-21    Brett Hunter/Max Stassi/Cecil Tanner/Jemile Weeks    Oakland        D
Active Stars    PHI-5    Jim Thome    Philadelphia        D
Young Stars    PIT-5    Garrett Jones    Pittsburgh        D
Quad Young Stars/Prospects    PIT-15    Pedro Alvarez/Casey McGehee/Dinesh Kumar Patel/Rinku Singh    Pittsburgh        D
Young Stars    SEA-7    Michael Saunders    Seattle        D
Quad Young Stars/Prospects    SEA-15    Nick Franklin/Adam Moore/Michael Saunders/Justin Smoak    Seattle        D
Quad Young Stars/Prospects    SEA-16    Nick Franklin/Adam Moore/Justin Smoak/Casper Wells    Seattle        D
Active Stars    TB-4    Casey Kotchman    Tampa        D
Active Stars    TB-5    Luke Scott    Tampa        D
Young Stars    TB-9    Matt Joyce    Tampa        D
Young Stars    TB-10    Wade Davis    Tampa        D
Quad Young Stars/Prospects    TB-19    Reid Brignac/Wade Davis/Kyle Lobstein/Jeff Malm    Tampa        D
Prospects    TEX-9    Phillip Pfeifer    Texas        D
Retired Stars    TOR-1    John Olerud    Toronto        D
Young Stars    TOR-5    Travis Snider    Toronto        D
Young Stars    TOR-6    Colby Rasmus    Toronto        D
Active Stars    AZ-1    Stephen Drew    Arizona        E
Active Stars    AZ-5    Zach Duke    Arizona        E
Young Stars    AZ-7    Dan Hudson    Arizona        E
Triple Young Stars/Prospects    AZ-11    Dan Hudson/Wade Miley/Micah Owings    Arizona        E
Retired Stars    BAL-2    Cal Ripken Jr.    Baltimore        E
Active Stars    BAL-4    Adam Jones    Baltimore        E
Active Stars    BAL-6    Mark Reynolds    Baltimore        E
Young Stars    BAL-8    Matt Wieters    Baltimore        E
Dual Young Stars/Prospects    BAL-14    Brian Matusz/Chris Tillman    Baltimore        E
Triple Young Stars/Prospects    BAL-16    Xavier Avery/Ryan Flaherty/Brian Matusz    Baltimore        E
Retired Stars    BOS-2    Johnny Pesky    Boston        E
Active Stars    BOS-18    J.D. Drew    Boston        E
Young Stars    BOS-20    Josh Reddick    Boston        E
Young Stars    BOS-21    Junichi Tazawa    Boston        E
Prospects    BOS-29    Hunter Cervenka    Boston        E
Dual Young Stars/Prospects    BOS-34    Che-Hsuan Lin/Junichi Tazawa    Boston        E
Triple Young Stars/Prospects    BOS-35    Stephen Fife/Derrik Gibson/Che-Hsuan Lin    Boston        E
Triple Young Stars/Prospects    BOS-36    Hunter Cervenka/Pete Hissey/Ryan Westmoreland    Boston        E
Dual Young Stars/Prospects    CAN-1    Brett Lawrie/Michael Saunders    Canada        E
Retired Stars    CHW-2    Frank Thomas    Chicago (American)        E
Young Stars    CHW-7    Brent Lillibridge    Chicago (American)        E
Prospects    CHW-9    Jordan Danks    Chicago (American)        E
Dual Young Stars/Prospects    CHW-10    Jordan Danks/Tyler Flowers    Chicago (American)        E
Triple Young Stars/Prospects    CHW-11    Jordan Danks/Tyler Flowers/Brent Lillibridge    Chicago (American)        E
Retired Stars    CIN-2    Ken Griffey Sr.    Cincinnati        E
Young Stars    CIN-5    Paul Janish    Cincinnati        E
Young Stars    CIN-6    Juan Francisco    Cincinnati        E
Prospects    CIN-8    Juan Duran    Cincinnati        E
Dual Young Stars/Prospects    CIN-10    Mat Latos/Yorman Rodriguez    Cincinnati        E
Active Stars    CLV-4    Travis Hafner    Cleveland        E
Young Stars    CLV-8    Carlos Carrasco    Cleveland        E
Prospects    CLV-11    Chen-Chang Lee    Cleveland        E
Triple Young Stars/Prospects    CLV-13    Michael Brantley/Carlos Carrasco/Chen-Chang Lee    Cleveland        E
Active Stars    COL-3    John Maine    Colorado        E
Young Stars    COL-5    Tyler Colvin    Colorado        E
Prospects    COL-6    Peter Tago    Colorado        E
Active Stars    DET-3    Brandon Inge    Detroit        E
Active Stars    DET-7    Victor Martinez    Detroit        E
Active Stars    DET-8    Prince Fielder    Detroit        E
Active Stars    HOU-3    Carlos Lee    Houston        E
Dual Young Stars/Prospects    HOU-11    Jason Castro/Jordan Lyles    Houston        E
Dual Young Stars/Prospects    HOU-12    Jed Lowrie/Ross Seaton    Houston        E
Triple Young Stars/Prospects    HOU-14    Jason Castro/Jordan Lyles/Ross Seaton    Houston        E
Retired Stars    KC-1    Bret Saberhagen    Kansas City        E
Active Stars    KC-5    Jeff Francoeur    Kansas City        E
Young Stars    KC-7    Sean O’Sullivan    Kansas City        E
Dual Young Stars/Prospects    KC-14    Alcides Escobar/Eric Hosmer    Kansas City        E
Triple Young Stars/Prospects    KC-17    Aaron Crow/Eric Hosmer/Tim Melville    Kansas City        E
Retired Stars    LA-1    Duke Snider    Los Angeles/Brooklyn        E
Active Stars    LA-10    Chad Billingsley    Los Angeles/Brooklyn        E
Active Stars    LA-11    Matt Kemp    Los Angeles/Brooklyn        E
Dual Young Stars/Prospects    LA-15    Chad Billingsley/Ethan Martin    Los Angeles/Brooklyn        E
Retired Stars    LAA-2    David Eckstein    Los Angeles/California        E
Prospects    LAA-4    Michael Kohn    Los Angeles/California        E
Active Stars    MIA-1    Josh Johnson    Miami        E
Young Stars    MIA-3    Gaby Sanchez    Miami        E
Active Stars    MIL-4    Rickie Weeks    Milwaukee        E
Prospects    MIL-8    Cameron Garfield    Milwaukee        E
Prospects    MIL-10    Jose Garcia    Milwaukee        E
Dual Young Stars/Prospects    MIL-13    Yovani Gallardo/Seth Lintz    Milwaukee        E
Dual Young Stars/Prospects    MIL-14    Cutter Dykstra/Yovani Gallardo    Milwaukee        E
Active Stars    MIN-5    Nick Blackburn    Minnesota        E
Active Stars    MIN-6    Denard Span    Minnesota        E
Prospects    MIN-10    Bobby Lanigan    Minnesota        E
Triple Young Stars/Prospects    MIN-14    Kyle Gibson/Aaron Hicks/Bobby Lanigan    Minnesota        E
Retired Stars    NYM-1    Lee Mazzilli    New York (National)        E
Retired Stars    NYM-2    Darryl Strawberry    New York (National)        E
Active Stars    NYM-7    Mike Pelfrey    New York (National)        E
Active Stars    NYM-8    Jason Bay    New York (National)        E
Young Stars    NYM-9    Tobi Stoner    New York (National)        E
Young Stars    NYM-10    Josh Thole    New York (National)        E
Young Stars    NYM-11    Chin-Lung Hu    New York (National)        E
Triple Young Stars/Prospects    NYM-14    Reese Havens/Chin-Lung Hu/Tobi Stoner    New York (National)        E
Prospects    NYY-16    Garrison Lassiter    New York (American)        E
Prospects    NYY-17    Jeremy Bleich    New York (American)        E
Prospects    NYY-19    Andrew Aplin    New York (American)        E
Prospects    NYY-20    David Adams    New York (American)        E
Triple Young Stars/Prospects    NYY-25    Jeremy Bleich/Garrison Lassiter/D.J. Mitchell    New York (American)        E
Active Stars    OAK-6    Kurt Suzuki    Oakland        E
Young Stars    OAK-7    Brandon Allen    Oakland        E
Prospects    OAK-11    Cecil Tanner    Oakland        E
Prospects    OAK-12    Max Stassi    Oakland        E
Prospects    OAK-14    Kila Ka’aihue    Oakland        E
Dual Young Stars/Prospects    OAK-15    Collin Cowgill/Jemile Weeks    Oakland        E
Dual Young Stars/Prospects    OAK-16    Max Stassi/Jemile Weeks    Oakland        E
Dual Young Stars/Prospects    OAK-17    Brandon Allen/Collin Cowgill    Oakland        E
Triple Young Stars/Prospects    OAK-18    Brett Hunter/Max Stassi/Jemile Weeks    Oakland        E
Triple Young Stars/Prospects    OAK-19    Brett Hunter/Cecil Tanner/Jemile Weeks    Oakland        E
Retired Stars    PHI-4    John Kruk    Philadelphia        E
Prospects    PHI-12    Harold Martinez    Philadelphia        E
Retired Stars    PIT-1    Frank J. Thomas    Pittsburgh        E
Prospects    PIT-9    Colton Cain    Pittsburgh        E
Prospects    SD-9    Donavan Tate    San Diego        E
Active Stars    SEA-4    Felix Hernandez    Seattle        E
Active Stars    SEA-5    Chone Figgins    Seattle        E
Active Stars    SEA-6    Brandon League    Seattle        E
Prospects    SEA-12    Marcus Littlewood    Seattle        E
Triple Young Stars/Prospects    SEA-14    Nick Franklin/Michael Saunders/Justin Smoak    Seattle        E
Retired Stars    SF-7    Jack Clark    San Francisco        E
Retired Stars    STL-4    Keith Hernandez    St. Louis        E
Triple Young Stars/Prospects    TAI-1    Chin-Lung Hu/Chen-Chang Lee/Che-Hsuan Lin    Taiwan        E
Active Stars    TB-2    James Shields    Tampa        E
Active Stars    TB-6    Carlos Pena    Tampa        E
Dual Young Stars/Prospects    TB-14    Reid Brignac/Kyle Lobstein    Tampa        E
Triple Young Stars/Prospects    TB-17    Reid Brignac/Wade Davis/Kyle Lobstein    Tampa        E
Triple Young Stars/Prospects    TB-18    Reid Brignac/Wade Davis/Matt Joyce    Tampa        E
Active Stars    TEX-4    Josh Hamilton    Texas        E
Young Stars    TEX-6    Neftali Feliz    Texas        E
Dual Young Stars/Prospects    TEX-11    Neftali Feliz/Robbie Ross    Texas        E
Triple Young Stars/Prospects    TEX-12    Tommy Mendonca/Phillip Pfeifer/Robbie Ross    Texas        E
Prospects    TOR-9    Jake Barrett    Toronto        E
Prospects    TOR-11    Andrew Liebel    Toronto        E
Dual Young Stars/Prospects    TOR-12    David Cooper/Andrew Liebel    Toronto        E
Triple Young Stars/Prospects    TOR-14    David Cooper/Brett Lawrie/Andrew Liebel    Toronto        E
Active Stars    WAS-1    Ryan Zimmerman    Washington        E
Young Stars    WAS-4    Shairon Martis    Washington        E
Prospects    WAS-7    Destin Hood    Washington        E
Triple Young Stars/Prospects    WAS-13    Destin Hood/Shairon Martis/Matthew Purke    Washington        E
Prospects    2012-2    Nolan Fontana        2012 Draft    F
Prospects    ATL-6    Tyler Stovall    Atlanta        F
Prospects    ATL-7    Ryan Weber    Atlanta        F
Dual Young Stars/Prospects    ATL-8    Tyler Stovall/Ryan Weber    Atlanta        F
Young Stars    AZ-8    Ian Kennedy    Arizona        F
Prospects    AZ-9    Wade Miley    Arizona        F
Dual Young Stars/Prospects    AZST-1    Andrew Aplin/Jake Barrett    Arizona State        F
Young Stars    BAL-7    Brian Matusz    Baltimore        F
Prospects    BAL-11    Ryan Flaherty    Baltimore        F
Dual Young Stars/Prospects    BAL-13    Brian Matusz/Matt Wieters    Baltimore        F
Dual Young Stars/Prospects    BAL-15    Xavier Avery/Ryan Flaherty    Baltimore        F
Active Stars    BOS-17    Clay Buchholz    Boston        F
Prospects    BOS-24    Che-Hsuan Lin    Boston        F
Prospects    BOS-25    Pete Hissey    Boston        F
Prospects    BOS-27    Stephen Fife    Boston        F
Dual Young Stars/Prospects    BOS-31    Che-Hsuan Lin/Josh Reddick    Boston        F
Dual Young Stars/Prospects    BOS-32    Derrik Gibson/Pete Hissey    Boston        F
Dual Young Stars/Prospects    BOS-33    Stephen Fife/Ryan Westmoreland    Boston        F
Active Stars    CHC-9    Matt Garza    Chicago (National)        F
Prospects    CHC-11    Kevin Rhoderick    Chicago (National)        F
Active Stars    CHW-3    John Danks    Chicago (American)        F
Active Stars    CHW-4    Alexei Ramirez    Chicago (American)        F
Active Stars    CIN-3    Brandon Phillips    Cincinnati        F
Active Stars    CIN-4    Drew Stubbs    Cincinnati        F
Active Stars    CLV-6    Fausto Carmona    Cleveland        F
Young Stars    CLV-10    Michael Brantley    Cleveland        F
Active Stars    COL-1    Dexter Fowler    Colorado        F
Active Stars    DET-6    Fu-Te Ni    Detroit        F
Young Stars    HOU-4    J.A. Happ    Houston        F
Young Stars    HOU-5    Jed Lowrie    Houston        F
Prospects    HOU-9    Jonathan Meyer    Houston        F
Prospects    HOU-10    Jason Castro    Houston        F
Dual Young Stars/Prospects    HOU-13    Jordan Lyles/Ross Seaton    Houston        F
Young Stars    KC-8    Alcides Escobar    Kansas City        F
Dual Young Stars/Prospects    KC-15    Aaron Crow/Eric Hosmer    Kansas City        F
Dual Young Stars/Prospects    KC-16    Aaron Crow/Tim Melville    Kansas City        F
Prospects    LAA-5    Wes Hatton    Los Angeles/California        F
Prospects    MIA-6    Kyle Skipworth    Miami        F
Dual Young Stars/Prospects    MIA-8    Gaby Sanchez/Kyle Skipworth    Miami        F
Dual Young Stars/Prospects    MIA-9    Mike Dunn/Kyle Skipworth    Miami        F
Dual Young Stars/Prospects    MIA-10    Mike Dunn/Gaby Sanchez    Miami        F
Active Stars    MIL-5    Corey Hart    Milwaukee        F
Active Stars    MIL-6    Yovani Gallardo    Milwaukee        F
Prospects    MIL-9    Seth Lintz    Milwaukee        F
Active Stars    MIN-7    Josh Willingham    Minnesota        F
Young Stars    MIN-9    Glen Perkins    Minnesota        F
Dual Young Stars/Prospects    MIN-13    Kyle Gibson/Aaron Hicks    Minnesota        F
Dual Young Stars/Prospects    NYM-13    Reese Havens/Josh Thole    New York (National)        F
Prospects    NYY-18    Brett Marshall    New York (American)        F
Dual Young Stars/Prospects    NYY-22    Jeremy Bleich/D.J. Mitchell    New York (American)        F
Dual Young Stars/Prospects    NYY-23    Garrison Lassiter/D.J. Mitchell    New York (American)        F
Dual Young Stars/Prospects    NYY-24    Garrison Lassiter/Brett Marshall    New York (American)        F
Active Stars    PHI-7    Joe Blanton    Philadelphia        F
Active Stars    PIT-4    Casey McGehee    Pittsburgh        F
Dual Young Stars/Prospects    PIT-12    Pedro Alvarez/Colton Cain    Pittsburgh        F
Active Stars    SD-4    Edinson Volquez    San Diego        F
Young Stars    SD-5    Micah Owings    San Diego        F
Young Stars    SD-6    Kyle Blanks    San Diego        F
Dual Young Stars/Prospects    SD-11    Casey Kelly/Donavan Tate    San Diego        F
Young Stars    SEA-8    Adam Moore    Seattle        F
Dual Young Stars/Prospects    SEA-13    Nick Franklin/Justin Smoak    Seattle        F
Active Stars    STL-9    Kyle McClellan    St. Louis        F
Active Stars    TB-1    Ben Zobrist    Tampa        F
Active Stars    TB-3    Jeff Niemann    Tampa        F
Prospects    TB-11    Jeff Malm    Tampa        F
Prospects    TB-12    Austin Maddox    Tampa        F
Prospects    TB-13    Kyle Lobstein    Tampa        F
Dual Young Stars/Prospects    TB-15    Wade Davis/Jeff Malm    Tampa        F
Active Stars    TEX-3    David Murphy    Texas        F
Active Stars    TEX-5    Joe Nathan    Texas        F
Prospects    TEX-7    Robbie Ross    Texas        F
Prospects    TEX-8    Tommy Mendonca    Texas        F
Active Stars    TOR-4    Kelly Johnson    Toronto        F
Active Stars    WAS-2    Mike Morse    Washington        F
Dual Young Stars/Prospects    WAS-12    Destin Hood/Matthew Purke    Washington        F


  1. Matt DiBella
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 4:59 pm | Permalink

    I think the product looks pretty good. My name is Matt DiBella and my email address is Thanks for the opportunity guys!

  2. Norman Carlisle
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 5:05 pm | Permalink

    not real sure if the product is worth the price and would have liked to see pic on cards

  3. Galen
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 5:14 pm | Permalink

    The cards seem ok, but without pictures, I don’t know if there will be much of a demand on the secondary market.

  4. afff
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 5:15 pm | Permalink

    I like the product as i have always collected Upper Deck low to mid range and as the price is stated at $250 a box the only possible way I’ll get one is through your give away.

    site name – afff
    email – is attached to the account

  5. David Eagle
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 5:16 pm | Permalink

    Looks like a pretty nice product overall. Still hit or miss though like most high end products. Waaay out of my price range though. Great break guys! Looking forward to the next!

  6. Wally
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 5:18 pm | Permalink

    I think that this product could be good.

  7. Richard Alcazar
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 5:24 pm | Permalink

    Looks pretty good. I wish the cards had player images on it and less sticker auto and more “on card” signatures. It would have been nice if the patch cards were Jersey patch cards instead of the manufactured flag patches. Good Video! thanks for providing the community an opportunity to get some of this product!

  8. Brendan Cross
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 5:27 pm | Permalink

    Solid box break. I’ve had my eye on this product for a while and was waiting to see it broken. Seems certainly pretty solid, but the $250 or so per box is a bit steep for myself. Cards look great though.

  9. Brendan Cross
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 5:29 pm | Permalink

    Add on to my last comment…email:

  10. Kurry Ferguson
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 5:29 pm | Permalink

    I dont know if I would be to happy with any of those after shelling out $250. I really hope UD can get all their legal troubles behind them though cause SPx Football is awesome and would be better with proper liscensng, as would the Signature Edition. Just not enough bang there for my very limited buck. Sorry UD I will hve to pass on this one.

  11. Posted July 3, 2012 at 5:35 pm | Permalink

    Hmmmmmmmmm …………. it’s a typical hit and miss UD product with more misses than hits. Prospect autos are not so good, especially on stickers even worse when paired on a card without their image. Oddly enough I kinda dug that Ford/Rizzuto; Newcombe and Irvin, too.

    Go figure.

  12. Randall
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 5:35 pm | Permalink

    I enjoy collecting autographs, but these cards don’t excite me. Don’t get me wrong, if I pulled the Ford/Rizutto card I would certainly be happy. But I don’t see myself paying top dollar for the packs. Could they have at least used the team colors in the cards so they didn’t all look so much alike? Just saying.

  13. Kurry Ferguson
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 5:37 pm | Permalink

    Ohhhhhh wait a minute BO and Aparicio and RYAN in group A. Maybe I will try to talk the wife into some extra allowance money???????? Without risk there is no reward, unfortunately if I dont get a reward there is no more cards until August.

  14. zach truitt
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 5:37 pm | Permalink

    hey guys! interesting break to say the least. There are some awesome names on the checklist! i would be thrilled to open some of this!

  15. Dan C.
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 5:37 pm | Permalink

    At first I thought just a sticker inventory dump…but the inclusion of rising stars and prospects and such makes it more. I wouldn’t buy it at 250 a box. I’d like to see pictures of players (with airbrushed logos of course) but it’s good to see Upper Deck is still alive anyways.

  16. Cooper Bowen
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 5:48 pm | Permalink

    Not sure if I could get over the lack of all things MLB enough to buy. Would gladly take a shot at a card similar to that Ford/Rizzuto auto patch though.

    Cooper Bowen

  17. Richard Hogenson
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 6:03 pm | Permalink

    It would be better if it had just all retired players.

    Richard Hogenson

  18. Richard
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 6:07 pm | Permalink

    I’m sorry, but this stuff is just terrible.
    I do not see much of a change to get a card here that will sell for more than the cost of a pack (@$250 per)
    I compare this to the world of sports stick w/o picture product. I’m not saying none will, but I’m not sure
    even a Pujols or Koufax will earn $250 given they are stickers w/o pictures. For most of the rest, I just see
    so many examples of good cards, many with on card autographs, selling for well under the cost of these

    I see this just as a desperate attempt to raise money to keep themselves out of bankruptcy
    and at the same time clear their shelves of stickers that they would have to move/inventory if
    they indeed go belly up.

    I’m not sure what happened other than the whole Yu-Gi-Oh card fiasco.
    The owe huge summons to MLB and individual players for signatures and I will be sorry to
    see them go as I did like the photography and some of the ideas they brought to the hobby.

    The problem with a product like this, is that even if they do manage to raise the cash they
    need, they are definitely going to anger many who buy it and might have to go under anyway.

  19. william walsh
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 6:11 pm | Permalink

    250 is a little steep for what they pulled but I wouldn’t mind a free box LOL

  20. Brad
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 6:13 pm | Permalink

    Wow! Looks good I am an auto collector so chris your right this is sweet for me! Love the will the thrill and dual and trips are all over that product! Nice job UD comeing thru with a great auto product! Thanks for your guys time, keep up the good work!!

  21. payton neufeld
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 6:21 pm | Permalink

    I think this is a really cool product, but would be amazing if it had pictures.

  22. Alex Giles
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 6:25 pm | Permalink

    I think the product looks really good! The only thing I would change if I was UD is that there would be pictures and the autos would be on card. Other than that I love the product. The only way I could afford it is if I sell some of my cards and if I win the giveaway, though. Thanks for the opportunity to win the pack and I hope you pick me to win one. My mailing address is: Thanks again!!!

  23. Anthony
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 6:26 pm | Permalink

    $250 is a tad steep, but if I were really bored, then perhaps I’d try it out. Hopefully, you guys can save me from that situation.

  24. Ignacio Ochoa
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 6:28 pm | Permalink

    Cool box. Very different. I’ve always liked Upper Deck baseball.

  25. Jon Maus
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 6:34 pm | Permalink

    I would take a chance on this product if the price dropped. I like the design, even without the photos, and the information on the back is interesting. The only turn off for me, other than the MSRP, is the over abundance of young “stars” and unproven players. Why fill a high-end product with single-signed Glen Perkins cards?!

  26. John Seidenberger
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 6:37 pm | Permalink

    Great break guys! Wish they would at least include a picture of the athlete/athletes on the cards.

  27. Jason Ross
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 6:55 pm | Permalink

    Great Vid as also…usually wait till you guys bust a box before I run out to get one….Interesting Product, The backs are great with the stats but the lack of Photos I think hurt a little. Sticker Auto’s are also a little dicey but interesting combo’s on the same card could make it interesting…Keep Making the Great Vids

    From mod: we got your addy on your name/email part

  28. Michael Marrufo
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 7:02 pm | Permalink

    I like this product because of the quantity of signatures you get in the box and just the overall look of the product. SP Signatures Baseball has a nice design and would be cool to get because i am both an autograph collector and a prospect collector. I think you guys got some amazing pulls and I really enjoyed that edition of box busters. My favorite one you pulled was the Phil Rizzuto and Whitey Ford auto.

  29. Jamie Case
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 7:03 pm | Permalink

    Looks Like a good product with some nice AUTOs would be nice to get some before I go on my final deployment before I retire from the Navy this next year.

  30. Shaun Baus
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 7:10 pm | Permalink

    Some awesome autos you guys pulled there but I dunno about this product otherwise. At least Panini still had photos even if not in an actual team uniform. Doubt I will cough up that kinda coin for this product. Maybe you can change my opinion by sending me a pack though. ;) Shaun Baus,

  31. Posted July 3, 2012 at 7:13 pm | Permalink

    The product is kinda like the Phillies this year. Some great games (autos), followed by many games (autos) which don’t do much to inspire me. I do like that they at least tried to make them card-like with the stats and bio info on the back.

    The patch cards jazz up the auto stickers quite a bit!

  32. Mitchell
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 7:25 pm | Permalink

    This has sticker dump written all over it. I love what topps is doing, but I can’t wait for upper deck or panini to get a full license back. Even though I don’t like this product, I would still love a free pack :)

  33. Royden Gillespie
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 7:34 pm | Permalink

    I think this product will be a good way to get autos cheaply on the secondary market because many collectors are not in favor of the design of the cards

  34. bearcatlawjd
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 7:35 pm | Permalink

    Without a picture its hard to get excited about these cards. Some of the upcoming products without an MLB license look better than this, Leaf Best of Baseball 2012, Panini Signature Series Baseball 2012, and Panini Cooperstown 2012.

    I can live without logos but cards should either have a photo or an artistic artist depiction of the player. Some of the neat things about the unlicensed products is that they take chances that Topps doesn’t take. Also, you might able to get an auto or patch of player cheaper on secondary market.

    It can’t hurt to see what is out there but I wouldn’t buy a box of this stuff.

  35. Posted July 3, 2012 at 7:39 pm | Permalink

    I like the Dual Patch autographed cards, look pretty nice.

  36. Gerrad Biffle
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 7:57 pm | Permalink

    It’s a unique card to say the least. My son and I have just started collecting. $250 a box is out of our budget at the moment … but we’d love the chance to crack a pack open!!!

    Gerrad Biffle
    Email address is associated with the account


  37. Sportsmark1
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 8:02 pm | Permalink

    Interesting,I’ve been collecting for 40 years and can’t remember a set with no photos.

  38. Ken Maden
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 8:11 pm | Permalink

    Real nice looking autograph cards, but pretty steep in price. Still looking forward to getting my hands on some. Thanks for the video, always gets my pack opening fingers wanting new items to open.

  39. Jake
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 8:14 pm | Permalink

    I like the fact that there are some higher named guys and a mixture of lower end guys so everyone could afford to buy singles but obviously not a fan of the no-images. Will probably be picking up Kansas City cards of the players that i have met in person at minor league games like Melville and Volz.

  40. Thommy Selden
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 8:17 pm | Permalink

    I would give this set 4 stars. Although some of the patch cards had a nice texture, I found it to be very bland. especially the triple autos. Despite that I found that the dual autos have a very nice choclatey flavor, and a superb aftertaste!

  41. Josiah Cecil
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 8:24 pm | Permalink

    Those are crazy awesome, Im a broke US Soldier so, thanks!

  42. Posted July 3, 2012 at 8:35 pm | Permalink

    As a card set it’s a bit underwhelming, but as a autograph collector I have to say that the Newcombe and Irvin auto flag patch card is really sweet. Packs seem to risky for the price, but I’ll definately be looking at ebay for some of the cards.

  43. Tom Waldron
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 8:50 pm | Permalink

    Wow just gotta say when ud previed this I didn’t think this was possible and yes it is like the World of Sports auto’s. I’m gonna go out on a limb and say the Prime Players will do average. The Price point on a full box is too high for me and It’s just hard to get excited about auto’s with no pic.
    What they should do is leave an opening in the front so you can put your own card in it.
    New Upper deck you make the card just buy our product. Not gonna do it at this juncture
    Guys I cant afford much lately so any box would be great I’ll even do a box break and post it to youtube and send you the link.Thanks as always

  44. Ryan Sutley
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 8:51 pm | Permalink

    I actually kinda like the design on most of the cards but the lack of any photos combined with the sticker autos makes the cards look very bland. It’s really too bad Upper Deck cut costs to the extreme of not including any photos as the product would have actually looked decent with their inclusion. However, the dual auto patch cards don’t look very good as the inclusion of the flag patch seems rather forced. Nice to see some strong veteran names somewhat balancing out the no-name prospect autos, somewhat surprising for what seems like a sticker dump. I wouldn’t buy a box, especially at $250, but i would take a free one.

    Ryan Sutley

  45. Chris
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 8:54 pm | Permalink

    Looks pretty cool, hate not having the pictures on there, but guess what I like free stuff!!!

    Chris Raines

  46. Rick
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 9:10 pm | Permalink

    Thanks for the break Brian and Chris! I like the product, especially the patch auto cards with the American flag. Nice touch to break this on the eve of the fourth of July.

  47. chris houser scottsdale az
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 9:29 pm | Permalink

    this product looks nice I love the daul autos they look Pc worthy.

    ps chris olds there is another chris h on here but thats not me just to let you know I am putting my last name on just so I could be identifyed

  48. Posted July 3, 2012 at 9:34 pm | Permalink

    $250 is a bit steep for a bunch of sticker autos slapped onto cardboard. At least Panini puts a player photo on their cards as well. Upper Deck better step it up if they want to stay in business. Even the Pride of the Nation cards look ordinary.

  49. joe
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 9:43 pm | Permalink

    Hey Brian and Chris, I think this product is horrible. I am not going to sugar coat my comment just to get a free pack. Upper Deck is no longer relavent when it comes to baseball. However, their football and basketball products are pretty sweet. So the over all grade on this box is a F-

  50. Andrew Wishon
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 9:51 pm | Permalink

    For $250, that’s an awful lot of no names with no faces and stickers. Nonetheless, I see potential in this product. Decent top- and mid-end with an attractive design. Thanks for the contest!

  51. Jackie Martling
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 9:57 pm | Permalink

    Absolutely weak sauce….

  52. deeez
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 10:04 pm | Permalink


  53. Wayne Martin, Jr.
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 10:05 pm | Permalink

    Considering there are no pictures or logos on the cards, they look surprisingly good. I would certainly welcome adding some of these autographs into my collection.

  54. Jonathan Gaudlitz
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 10:25 pm | Permalink

    Seems interesting, but $250.00 is WAY over my card budget. It would be great to have the opportunity to look through a pack, though. Keep up the great vids. My email is
    Happy Hunting!

  55. Matt Harwood
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 10:37 pm | Permalink

    Sorry, but probably the worst cards I have ever seen. I loved Upper Deck but this is just a sticker dump. Please give the cards to some kid who has never been around to enjoy real Upper Deck cards.

  56. Ryan J
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 11:14 pm | Permalink

    Like you guys mentioned in the video if your thing is autograph collecting then this is the stuff for you. I like the mix of older stars and legends and the young prospects and you guys did pretty well, but at $250 a box its definitely got that giant risk/reward factor that some collectors crave. Another well done guys, and Mr. Olds its been fun chatting with ya on twitter :). #element8504


  57. Ryan J
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 11:16 pm | Permalink

    P.S. Digging the new Box Busters Room!

  58. Mike Mahoney
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 11:17 pm | Permalink

    I only see this being collected by super collectors who want every card available of their player. The only cards that were interesting were the patch cards. Too many unknown players. Mike Mahoney

  59. Mike Dorn
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 11:18 pm | Permalink

    I think UD did a nice job on this product. I wouldn’t mind pulling some yankees or Rockies stuff.

  60. Aron Brock
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 11:19 pm | Permalink

    Aron Brock

    If you want to send me the packs I won’t argue, but if you don’t choose me I won’t lose any sleep. It’s by far the worst product I’ve ever seen from Upper Deck!! If you don’t have the licensing then don’t produce the product! No pics, no logos, players that have been in the minor league for years!!!! It’s a piece of card board with a sticker on it. Seriously!? $250 a box and you get $50 worth of cards….what a rip off.

  61. Skyler
    Posted July 3, 2012 at 11:29 pm | Permalink

    I like the product but other people don’t think it’s cool. I don’t care about the design as long as there are some nice autos.

  62. Posted July 3, 2012 at 11:39 pm | Permalink

    Looks like Upper Deck is unloading sheets of stickers with ink on them–A definite hit or miss product, much like doubling down on a three!! Thanks guys!

  63. Posted July 4, 2012 at 12:05 am | Permalink

    The lack of a license from MLB doesn’t inherently bother me, as I’m primarily a player collector, but what turns me off most is the lack of player pictures. I wouldn’t even mind photoshopped pictures that removed team names and logos, but the lack of photos really takes away from the product in my estimation, especially considering how much the product runs you.

    I do like the mix of younger and older players though, and the manufactured patch cards with the American Flag are pretty damn sweet.

    Gregory Zakwin

  64. Brad Schwaegel
    Posted July 4, 2012 at 12:11 am | Permalink

    Not the greatest product I have ever seen, and at $250 for sure not worth the money.

  65. Don
    Posted July 4, 2012 at 12:14 am | Permalink

    this product needs more eyeblack

  66. Anthony D'Amalio
    Posted July 4, 2012 at 12:17 am | Permalink

    I love how everyone knocks a set for not “being a money maker”. Believe it or not, some people still buy cards because they actually COLLECT them. Besides, you may not be able to sell a SINGLE card to pay for the pack, but stop being greedy.

    I would’ve been super happy with the Rizzuto / Ford pack. Keep that one, sell the rest. Even if I don’t make $250, I would still feel like I got an awesome card at a discounted price.

    None of these packs look like total losses to an actual COLLECTOR, but I will say I certainly do miss pictures….or color. Thanks for the break guys, I wanted to see what this product would look like after you previewed it last week. HUGE checklist of some quality signers!

  67. James
    Posted July 4, 2012 at 12:43 am | Permalink

    The lack of photo’s really makes this a product I wouldn’t buy at $250 a box. At $100-$150, I think I would pick up a box for fun.

  68. terry blevins
    Posted July 4, 2012 at 1:04 am | Permalink

    SP SIGNATURE seems to be an upper end hit or miss product.Also, not crazy about no pictures on card.Terry Blevins, e-mail

  69. Andrew Dees
    Posted July 4, 2012 at 1:09 am | Permalink

    I overall love the product reasonable price that could payoff big time thanks for the contest

  70. Chris Wardner
    Posted July 4, 2012 at 1:29 am | Permalink

    $250 makes it a Christmas present for me, but I like the auto checklist a lot!

  71. jared
    Posted July 4, 2012 at 1:39 am | Permalink

    Best thing about Box Busters is learning what not to buy.Plenty of good hall of fame autos in the product but there’s plenty of good hall of fame autos in products that actually have pictures on them.Darn shame Topps has exclusive licenses since normally i think UD and Panini have much better looking cards.This is not one of those times tho.Patch card looks ok.The rest are pretty lame.An auto on an index card would almost look better

  72. Posted July 4, 2012 at 1:59 am | Permalink

    I would have liked to have seen player images, I know there was a late delay while the MLBPA license was worked out but as you guys stated, for an autograph or specific player collector this is not a bad route (outside of the price point). The manufactured patch cards you each got were nice so there is a plus to the box.

    Name: Shawn
    email: jumper48 at gmail dot com

  73. greg brady
    Posted July 4, 2012 at 3:40 am | Permalink

    The pride of a nation patches are awesome.The triple autos are nice.However the base is sub par unless you get someone like will clark or mattingly.Would love a free pack of this I love autos.

  74. Ryan Umipeg
    Posted July 4, 2012 at 3:51 am | Permalink

    The autos are nice but the card design is very bland because of the lack of having the MLB licensing.

  75. Bryan Holbrook
    Posted July 4, 2012 at 3:53 am | Permalink

    I really think these cards would have more visual appeal if they trapped the sigs to make them look like “cuts”. Without an image I think the cards would have a more high-end feel to them with a cut-sig look, but that’s just my opinion. I don’t see how I could even justify buying a pack of this with what I’ve seen. It’s a lot of dough, and if I’m going shelling out that kind of money I’m going with a product that has a true “high-end” feel to it. That being said, without breaking it, I can’t really give an honest opinion as to the value of the break. Would love to win a box of this stuff, though. I’ve never been able to afford anything “high-end” and would love that lottery type feel when I broke it. I have to imagine if I pulled a Harper or a SP HOF’er like Koufax it’d still have the feel of a big-time hit.

    Bryan Holbrook (
    Clearwater, FL #GoTigers!

  76. Greg Perez
    Posted July 4, 2012 at 4:24 am | Permalink

    The cards look really dull with no pictures. Too expensive for a bunch of stickers on cardboard. Not sure that any box would be worth the risk of $250. I would rather buy 3 to 4 boxes of a licensed product. The prospects seem to be from like 3 or 4 years ago. Garrison Lassiter, I believe just got released last week. Looks like a poor attempt by UD to make some quick cash.

  77. Matt Gilman
    Posted July 4, 2012 at 4:48 am | Permalink

    I have seen a lot of negativity surrounding this product but I think it looks good. Upper Deck is trying their best they can do without an MLB license and they are still putting a mad product out. Yes, the product might be better in MLB form, but I still like it. it gives us a preview of what they will stick out on the market if they get their license back.

  78. Josh
    Posted July 4, 2012 at 6:27 am | Permalink

    I actually love the duel auto flag patch cards. Would like to see what other combos are within this product.

  79. Posted July 4, 2012 at 7:38 am | Permalink

    With Boxes at $250 and 9 Autographed Cards per box, that’s $27.77 per autographed card. Since there are cards with multiple autos it’s about $20 per auto. When most products today offer one or two autos for $70 to $90 per box, SP Signature edition gives autograph collectors more bang for the buck.

    Plenty of these cards are now on eBay. Cards look good considering the limitations MLB put on Upper Deck. Auto Patch cards look GREAT!

    Charlie DiPietro, Owner
    Sports Cards Plus
    San Antonio, Texas

  80. Michael Gruhl
    Posted July 4, 2012 at 8:12 am | Permalink

    It’s still a good and clean design and I like the patch Cards, but no logos, no photos and stickers only? Wouldn`t pay $250 for a box of these! It’s a premium price for a non-premium product!

  81. Alan Becknell
    Posted July 4, 2012 at 8:38 am | Permalink

    This product is pretty cool! I like the product mix with the U.S. flag patch autograph sticker cards focusing on the older established star players & the autograph sticker cards with the newer lesser known players who are trying to become the older established players.

  82. Jason Taylor
    Posted July 4, 2012 at 9:11 am | Permalink

    This product is way overpriced for a box, BUT I can definitely see it doing well on the secondary market. The card design is clean and the autograph, while stickered, is prominent.

  83. Mike Marro
    Posted July 4, 2012 at 9:17 am | Permalink

    I don’t know about the lack of photos, but that Ford/Rizzuto was very cool.

  84. Adam
    Posted July 4, 2012 at 9:28 am | Permalink

    I can’t say that I am in love with not having a picture on the card. The product does look clean, but I personally think UpperDeck could do better.

  85. Ed Knizner
    Posted July 4, 2012 at 10:09 am | Permalink

    Don’t think I’ll be buying this product. . .They should have inserted a few cut autograph cards to chase. Definitely a sticket dump. Thanks

  86. coffeyfan
    Posted July 4, 2012 at 10:22 am | Permalink

    i dont have 250 to throw around right now and i won’t for another 20 years, so i like it but i only have the money to bu a $6.45 box of 09 spectrum at kmart.

  87. coffeyfan
    Posted July 4, 2012 at 10:23 am | Permalink

    how much per pack??? :-)

  88. Jason Sloan
    Posted July 4, 2012 at 10:55 am | Permalink

    Looks like a hit or miss product. I do like the combo of young players and retired stars.

    Jason Sloan

  89. John Baker
    Posted July 4, 2012 at 10:57 am | Permalink

    Pretty cool product. I don’t think I would dish out the $250 as my wife would probably shoot me. Oh well, guess the contest will be my only chance without paying the ultimate price from the better half.

  90. George McFly
    Posted July 4, 2012 at 11:18 am | Permalink

    I like the concept of the cards. Perhaps they will release a non-sports version for those of us that collect movie memorabilia.. – George

  91. Josh Niere
    Posted July 4, 2012 at 12:20 pm | Permalink

    After watching the break the product seems to be pretty cool. The checklist seems to have quite a few big names that would be cool to pull especially with my St. Louis Cardinals and the chance of getting a Lance Berkman Cardinals auto which is cool. I would love at shot at some of these cards. Josh Niere

  92. kris burak
    Posted July 4, 2012 at 12:36 pm | Permalink

    I really like the card backs, and the checklist is huge! I have grown weary of paying big bucks for sticker autos though.

  93. Craig Johnston
    Posted July 4, 2012 at 12:38 pm | Permalink

    I am not a fan of no pictures and no team logos. This looks like an opportunity for Upper Deck to get rid of their back log of sticker autographs and make a few bucks at the same time.

    The dual patch auto cards at least make this product a little interesting, although for the price I won’t be buying any.

    Craig –

  94. Clint Spencer
    Posted July 4, 2012 at 1:36 pm | Permalink

    Those are some sweet autos in both boxes. I really miss Upperdeck!

  95. Clint Spencer
    Posted July 4, 2012 at 1:37 pm | Permalink

    My name is Clint Spencer
    e-mail is
    I almost forgot to include these.

  96. Carrie Skains
    Posted July 4, 2012 at 2:12 pm | Permalink

    I really find the breaks to be very informative. As a relatively new collectors (hubby and I) we really enjoy heading to the local card shop to purchase a box of the newest product out and going thru Beckett online to see values. It’s kinda our night out and a lot of fun. We love autograph cards and would really enjoy this Upper Deck product.
    Wishing everyone a Great 4th of July!


  97. Aaron Wiens
    Posted July 4, 2012 at 2:32 pm | Permalink

    I don’t get too excited about it without logos/pictures. The only way I see myself getting one is if I’m picked in your contest.

  98. David Thiele
    Posted July 4, 2012 at 3:05 pm | Permalink

    ouch. Another bad product full of sticker autos and at 250.00. I don’t like the fact that there are no pictures of the players and no team logos. Putting the city name is ok but still doesn’t compare. You guys did a great job but I’m staying away from this stuff.

  99. Ryan Miller
    Posted July 4, 2012 at 3:24 pm | Permalink

    Enjoy the break as always. Given I watched today July 4th thought it was cool to see the USA tribute sig cards. Happy 4th to everyone and thank you those who served and currently serving.

    Take care!

  100. chris houser
    Posted July 4, 2012 at 4:13 pm | Permalink

    this looks like a good product I like the triple autos the have good players. I will try to pick up a few boxes

  101. Jerry MacDonald
    Posted July 4, 2012 at 4:52 pm | Permalink

    Looks like they had a bunch of stickers and decided to dump them.Pete Hissey is a career AA player.

  102. Eddie Knipper
    Posted July 4, 2012 at 4:52 pm | Permalink

    Pretty good for a lack of photos on the cards, but I think in the long run that will take away from their value a little bit.

    Eddie Knipper

  103. stratton whipple
    Posted July 4, 2012 at 4:55 pm | Permalink

    They remind me of the old days where people got 3x5s auto’d. Of thosr are all cut auto cards now. Gimmee a pack please.

  104. Andrew White
    Posted July 4, 2012 at 5:14 pm | Permalink

    Sadly, I dont think these boxes are worth the money. The return does not justify the cost.

  105. Billy Whitaker
    Posted July 4, 2012 at 5:33 pm | Permalink

    Brandon League has been Seattle’s closer for the last few years and im pretty sure he is hurt this year just like everyone else. I love ur video’s but sometimes i wonder if u even watch sports? Love the product whats not to like except the price. Billy

  106. chrisolds
    Posted July 4, 2012 at 7:29 pm | Permalink

    Billy: I recognized the name after the fact … and he’s even on one of my fantasy teams.

  107. ScottWebb
    Posted July 4, 2012 at 7:47 pm | Permalink

    Scott Webb. I think the value on the cards is not bad. I collect autos first

  108. Jim B.
    Posted July 4, 2012 at 8:26 pm | Permalink

    Seems like an ok product. Wasn’t expecting much do to the licensing issues, but the big hits will be popular. Little high of a price tag for my tastes, but I will be looking at the secondary market for singles. Would love to crack a pack. Thanks guys.

  109. Josh Sheriff
    Posted July 4, 2012 at 10:03 pm | Permalink

    Kinda looks like the SignaCuts product. I’m not a big fan of photo-less cards, but the card stock and design looks good. I appreciate that they at least throw 9 autographs in a box to make up for the substantial junk autographs they put in. My biggest concern is that the lack of pictures will significantly hurt the secondary market for even the quality autographs.

  110. Jeff
    Posted July 4, 2012 at 10:46 pm | Permalink

    Another hit or miss product. It’s really hard for your everyday collectors to buy into these products just because of the price point. You really have to love collecting and not care who you pull to open a product like this.

  111. Sean
    Posted July 4, 2012 at 11:04 pm | Permalink

    This product screams “desperation”, and is one of the worst releases I’ve ever seen. Why the hell would you make a Derek Jeter / Jed Lowrie / Alexi Ramirez signed card, unless you are trying to win a “cheapest possible Jeter autograph ever” sweepstakes?

  112. Posted July 5, 2012 at 1:10 am | Permalink

    I think the product is not worth spending 150 for. Yes just like with any product it is a hit and miss, but this product is nothing since you don’t even get pics of the players and plus, like you said Chris there are some obscure names that people will just say wt??? and who the heck is this.. SO I really think its a product upper deck just threw together to make some money back..


  113. Josh Waldman
    Posted July 5, 2012 at 1:12 am | Permalink

    Looks like a pretty solid product, considering the no MLB licensing. Don’t like the no-name prospect autos, but the legends are nice.

  114. Andrew N
    Posted July 5, 2012 at 1:36 am | Permalink

    I’ll say this; the product looks decent for not having any pictures. Looks better than the world of sports autos with no pics. Just tough to make a quality product, but still would be an interesting break.

  115. Christopher Clark
    Posted July 5, 2012 at 1:58 am | Permalink

    nice product actually, i like it better than cut stuff which are usually just an auto, clean look, some big names…. name is Christopher Clark and email is

  116. Brian
    Posted July 5, 2012 at 2:55 am | Permalink

    I would love to be able to open some for free but I wouldn’t buy any. There is just something about not having any pictures.

  117. steve c.
    Posted July 5, 2012 at 2:56 am | Permalink

    Thats expensive @250 and you dont get the players picture on it.. Should give you more cards for that price

  118. Clint
    Posted July 5, 2012 at 5:27 am | Permalink

    Your a stud Chris! And so are those cards!

  119. Mitch Jomsky
    Posted July 5, 2012 at 7:04 am | Permalink

    Recently on a Beckett Baseball forum thread I was wondering what product gave you the most “Bang for your buck” and was considering different high end products. I’m really happy that you guys do the Box Break because this SP Signature Edition surely does deliver big hits in every pack. That being said, you saved me some money. The card design isn’t what I’m looking for, so now I’m sure that I wouldn’t invest in a whole box of SP but maybe just a pack….. And I almost bought a box yesterday, so you were just in time to save me!
    Dr Mitch J, Hollywood, FL

  120. Nestor Cortes
    Posted July 5, 2012 at 8:51 am | Permalink

    Great product it’s a little pricey for not being licease by MLB but it’s does have a good variation of vets and rookies. Like you said Chris is for does collector who love only auto.

  121. Josh Mintz
    Posted July 5, 2012 at 10:00 am | Permalink

    Interesting product. Some great hits, but some letdowns in store. Thanks a lot –

  122. Adam Gross
    Posted July 5, 2012 at 11:10 am | Permalink

    Really like those USA patch cards. There is definitely risk as with every product, also looking at some of those names big reward as well.

  123. Matthew
    Posted July 5, 2012 at 11:36 am | Permalink

    I’ve heard a lot of collector’s bad mouthing this product. Obviously it is different with no logos or photo, but this is one of the nicest looking designs I have seen in a LONG time. It really looks to me kind of old timey and dare I say rustic. @250 a box, I can’t afford to buy one, but it is still a great product IMO. Thanks for the video

  124. Don
    Posted July 5, 2012 at 11:55 am | Permalink

    Looks like a cool product, kinda bummed to see them lose their licensing though.

  125. Michael Lewis
    Posted July 5, 2012 at 11:57 am | Permalink

    Looks like a great autographs set would love to have

  126. Joe C
    Posted July 5, 2012 at 12:13 pm | Permalink

    A little pricey, but auto’s are auto’s if thats your thing. Will not be buying the product direct as it would be to hit or miss at $250….may fish for individual auto’s in the secondary market…..Wouldn’t mind a free box though…LOL. Thanks, really enjoy the BoxBuster vid’s….Chris, you gotta smile more! Regards Joe C.

  127. David Brown
    Posted July 5, 2012 at 12:56 pm | Permalink

    Interesting cards, it is kind of obvious why they do not have pictures but perhaps they can revamp they old leaf concept ov the popular city backgrounds on the card just sayin . I would love to pull the quad Blue Jays prospects all winners. If you do not know who Cooper and Lawrie are go find out and start buyin these guys are the real deal. Thanks much.

  128. Mike M
    Posted July 5, 2012 at 1:44 pm | Permalink

    D’oh! When I heard $150 I thought it would be a good product to try and was gonna run out for a box. When I saw the corrected $250 I put the brakes on. Decent product but too expensive for the pulls. I dont think a lot of those guys should be in the harder to pull Group A. Still think its better than Prime Cuts, but for an unlicensed product I would need more to drop $250 on it.

    Instead of giving me a pack, you can just send me that Scooter/Chairman Dual ;-)

  129. John
    Posted July 5, 2012 at 2:59 pm | Permalink

    Nice autograph checklist but without player photos or even some type of graphics (artist sketch?) the product price is rather high.

  130. Erik Pfennig
    Posted July 5, 2012 at 3:23 pm | Permalink

    $250 seems a bit steep for the pulls, plus no licensing, but hey, if it’s free it’s for me :0)

  131. Shay McDonald
    Posted July 5, 2012 at 3:34 pm | Permalink

    Am I too late? Just a touch out of my price range unfortunately. I wouldn’t be too bothered about the lack of pics or logos but the autos on stickers is off-putting, especially considering the price. I’d stilll love to have them, though!

  132. Cameron Towe
    Posted July 5, 2012 at 5:37 pm | Permalink

    Good product. The checklist is pretty good and those patch/autos are sick.

  133. Al Legapi
    Posted July 5, 2012 at 11:44 pm | Permalink

    Great product! I am an autograph collector so the card format is nice!

  134. marv2404
    Posted July 5, 2012 at 11:47 pm | Permalink

    like most people have mentioned on here seems rather pricy for no pictures on the cards. Might try a box later on down the road


  135. Posted July 6, 2012 at 6:47 am | Permalink


    2012 SP Signature Baseball is an autograph collector,s dream come true with a very good mix of both
    very new players and hall of famers too. Chris,’s comments were spot -on and Upper Deck did a great job
    in production despite not having an official license this year .

  136. Mark
    Posted July 6, 2012 at 8:30 am | Permalink

    Like the checklist. Not sure I care much for the photo-less set, however, especially at $250 per box.

  137. Joe
    Posted July 6, 2012 at 11:26 am | Permalink

    Would always like to see photos but auto checklist looks pretty good and makes up some for the lack of photos.

  138. kent
    Posted July 6, 2012 at 1:29 pm | Permalink

    $250 is too high for this player content and UD’s recent record with redemption’s even thou they say everything is on card.

  139. Todd Schlosser
    Posted July 6, 2012 at 4:14 pm | Permalink

    I like the clean design, but seems way over priced for who’s included in the set.

  140. bearcatlawjd
    Posted July 6, 2012 at 8:54 pm | Permalink

    Went to Ebay to see if there were any singles worth bidding. If the signature is easy to read I might pick up some of these.

    Jason Siegel

  141. Shane.K
    Posted July 6, 2012 at 9:44 pm | Permalink

    Very nice – a signature piece to my collection!

  142. steve emerick
    Posted July 6, 2012 at 10:10 pm | Permalink

    I feel sorry for Upper Deck. What MLB did to them was uncalled for . I appreciate their effort and hope someday they can reget a license and produce the cards we all came to know and love

    Steve emerick

  143. Jerry Durbin
    Posted July 6, 2012 at 11:25 pm | Permalink

    Thanks for showing us this product guys. I enjoy these featured videos, I’m really not into this product and $250 is to expensive. I would not buy them personally.

  144. Nick Russo
    Posted July 7, 2012 at 2:48 am | Permalink

    Purchased 2 packs of these and the first pack was like the first pack in the video. A bunch of “prospects” or names not worthy of having their autographs mixed in. The second pack contained a quad-auto though and was numbered only to 5. Strike Out Kings and Hall of Famers Sandy Koufax, Whitey Ford, Bob Gibson, and Gaylord Perry so can’t complain with that pull.

  145. chrisolds
    Posted July 7, 2012 at 7:39 am | Permalink

    Steve: read this story. MLB yanked its license because UD owed it more than $2 million.

  146. chrisolds
    Posted July 7, 2012 at 8:45 am | Permalink

    The contest is now closed. Three winners are noted above under their comments and each has been notified via email.

  147. Mike Schlueter
    Posted July 8, 2012 at 9:28 am | Permalink

    Surprised how many DIDN’T include “what they think of the product” in their comment!?!?!?! Strange seeing an entire set without pictures. Panini’s doing the whole “no logos” on the pics is weird – but no pic at all is very weird – especially for a $250/box item. BUT – for autos it is very cool and they seem to have figured out how to give you some value. Not a box I’d buy – but I’d LOVE to win it. Keep up the good work boys!

  148. Frank Garvis
    Posted July 8, 2012 at 1:01 pm | Permalink

    Not a bad product. I can’t wait for the day when UD gets their licenses back so they can start churning out the amazing products they used to. Hope I win!

  149. Rob Knab
    Posted July 9, 2012 at 9:35 pm | Permalink

    Very nice cards despite the pictureless fronts. I always love adding big name autos to my collection so I’ll be looking for these in the near future!!! Price seems pretty high given the names pulled but I’m sure other boxes will have more bigger names.

  150. Joseph Reynolds
    Posted July 12, 2012 at 6:25 pm | Permalink

    Hey guys, I love the Box Busters, keep it up :) I would love to get a chance to pull a Mike Schmidt. I’ve been a fan of him since I was a kid growing up in southern New Jersey. I hope you give me the chance, thanks for any consideration!

    Joseph Reynolds

  151. James Dukes
    Posted July 20, 2012 at 2:17 pm | Permalink

    Solid Hits, It’s a coin toss make or break the bank product. It’s fine by me if I could afford it.

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