Sunday, July 26, 2009

2009 Topps Allen & Ginter Box Review!

Hey guys, Drew back here. You most likely saw my Gint-A-Cuffs packs, and on the sidebar the scoreboard with the points I earned. Please check that out if you didn't look yet, it won't last for too long. Anyway, I have to go through the grading process, and all that other stuff. So, without any further due, I present to you 2009 Topps Allen & Ginter Baseball!



PRODUCT CONTENT
24 Packs Per Box
8 Cards Per Pack (7 if framed relic is included)
190 Cards Per Box
1 Cabinet Card Box Loader or 1 N43 Box Topper Per Box
Hits: 3 of the following
Jersey or Bat Relics
Autograph
Rip Card
Silk
Cut

Base Set consists of 300 cards plus 50 short printed cards (301-350). There is one mini card per pack, with a chance of pulling a base, ginter back, bazooka, nno, or insert mini. Inserts included are National Prides (24 per box, 1 per pack) with players shown in front of the country flag they are from (75 card set), many strange mini sets, including The World's Biggest Hoaxes, Hoodwinks, and Bamboozles, with many strange cards in the set, a mysterious creature set including the Loch Ness Monster and Bigfoot, a Extinct Creature set of 5 extinct creatures, and many more!

MY BOX BREAK RESULTS


Base Cards: 119/300 (39%)
Short Prints: 12/50 (24%)
Base Mini Cards: 10/300 (3%)
Base Mini Card SP's: 2/50 (4%) Baldelli, E. Gonzalez
Mini A&G Backs: 5/300 (1.6%) Josh Johnson, B. Crosby, J. Motte (RC), Bedard, Vlad
Mini Black Borders: 2/300 (.6%) Brett Myers, Kaz Matsui
World's Biggest.... Bamboozles Mini's: 2/20 (10%) Pi, D.B. Cooper
Extinct Creatures Mini: 1/5 (20%) Xerces Blue Butterfly
National Heroes Mini: 2/40 (5%) Niels Ebbeson, Jose Rizal
Crack the Code Cards: 3/100 (3%)
Brian Kong Sketch Cards: 4/25 (16%) A-Rod, Jeter, Chipper Jones, Albert Pujols
National Pride: 24/75 (32%)

Hits:
Alfonso Soriano Bat Relic
Evan Longoria Jersey Relic
Rich Hill Autograph

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1 comment:

  1. I have a few framed 2009 A&G Yankee Cards. Please email me if you are interested.

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