Thursday, June 23, 2016

1997 UD3 Baseball Box Break Overall Thoughts+Recap

In what was a three-week on the edge of your seat pack by pack break, 1997 UD3 baseball came to an end.

So what was my thoughts on it. Read on!


The box started out on fire in the first pack finding both Jeter and the featured box guy in the first pack. My man, Junior.

There were no big pulls such as no autographs or Marquee Attractions, but I did pull the inserts that were expected in the box that fell at 1:11. Not bad players, just not the Jeter I was hoping for.

In the end, day by day, you guys could tell I was chasing the set. Well, I can sadly say, I didn't accomplish that feat. Todd "bleepin" Greene didn't show his face. Yes, I was one card short. One. If there had only been one less double and one more Greene I would have had the set. But I am sure it won't be an expensive thing to add to finish my set.

Even though I was a card short on the set and didn't pull anything huge, I did pull two nice inserts, some great players and most important of all, had a ton of fun. If all it took was $25 to do that, I think it was worth it at the end of the day.

So now I pass it onto you guys.

What do you guys think? Was this break worth it? Are you going to miss these posts? Want to see more future segments done like this?

3 comments:

  1. Twenty-five dollars provided you some at-home entertainment, an almost complete set, and plenty of blog posts. I say you got your monies worth.

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  2. I pulled a Derek Jeter Superb Signiture card out of a box while I was bored at work in a drug store in league city texas. sold it in 1999 for $150... that was when eBay was new to me and I was 17...

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