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Join Beckett Baseball’s Chris Olds as he rips into a blaster box of 2011 Topps Lineage baseball cards in this latest Ripping Retail episode.
What are his first impressions? What will he find inside? Watch and find out …
Feel free to comment … here. The YouTube comments are turned off because I’m not going to monitor comments there as well as comments here, particularly when most of the YouTube comments are rather childish. (If you want to say something, you have found the place to do so.)
The biggest reason for this is that too often people will ask a question over there and it will never get seen.
Looking at the set as awhole I guess it does offer a collections of sets rather than one I would want to have as a whole. So for that like you said price will dictate my dollars and sense.
I haven’t yet found the Value packs so far and I have to say they have filled a gap in my hobby dollars like bowman and bowman platimun. If i had to make a comment on the hobby as a whole I have to say that the exclusive deal is making for a duller year. Topps alone can’t ignite the hobby it has to be more and less.
Less products overall and more companys more innovation.
Thanks as always Beckett keeps me informed.
this product would be a home run if only 2 things were changed, so listen UP Topps. next year, print the cards on old-school cardboard stock, and PLEASE put the stats on the back! one line of numbers won’t kill ya. on a side note, the set can be had for around ten bucks on the bay, which is not a bad deal.
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