Sunday, March 4, 2018

Nuttin But The Hits:2017 Upper Deck Goodwin Champions BOX 2 (BIG LAST PACK HIT)

If you didn't know by now, I am apart of a special club and have been since 2011. It's called The Upper Deck Volunteer Alliance.  This "club" takes on missions designated by Upper Deck to help make the hobby a better place. In exchange for our hard work, we could be chosen to receive an Upper Deck mail day.

I was a lucky recipient with the latest mission receiving two boxes of 2017 Upper Deck Goodwin Champions along with a few other cards including one that knocks off a want list card. Yup, pretty stinkin' cool club to be apart of.

Today is my second box break from my mail day and it has a whopper!

\Like I said with the first box, they come with 20 packs and 6 cards per pack. Boxes run $100 and come with a variety of hits.

Mini's again that fall 1:4 packs


Black and White Sp base cards that fall 1:4 packs. This time I found another Trey Griffey for my Griffey Pc.


Those crazy colorful Goudey cards. A horse I tell you and a Kangaroo. Totally dig it!


Messier 83 Galaxy falls in Tier 2 for the Space Lenticulars and is 1:120 packs.


Like I said in my last break, these are Tiered hits for relics. This Felice Herrig falls 1:541 packs. So really tough pull here but not the toughest from the box.

Goodwin autograph of who at first I thought was Bobby Lee from Mad TV, is actually a Chef named Eddie Huang. He could use help on his auto but cool 90's looking card despite that. This one falls 1:760 packs. Still not the toughest of the box.
 

So I sat there okay with my findings knowing I had my three hits. But then some last pack mojo....

1:974 packs you will find one of these that I will show off when it arrives...

Wow. My hand was shaking! Other than wanting the Stephen King autograph, I really wanted one of their World War Relics and now I have one! Sick!! Can't wait to see what it is as when I redeemed it I was never told.
Box two came with many big hits and it left me wanting to bust more and more. I definelty have more singles I want to snag up. I wouldn't mind finding more World War 2 relics and like I said, I need the King autograph and relic.
Thanks again to Upper Deck for this prize. I will be showing off the remaining prizes I got for my last mission coming up soon!

17 comments:

  1. Dude, that chef auto is the hit of the box in my mind. His restaurants and sneaker collaborations are great.

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    1. I seem like I am the only one who hasn't heard of him lol

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  2. Congrats on the relic book! We’ve pulled a couple of the standard WWII relics and a Mexican-American War relic, but haven’t had the luck to pull one of those! If you have any base set needs, let me know!

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  3. Congrats on the relic book! We’ve pulled a couple of the standard WWII relics and a Mexican-American War relic, but haven’t had the luck to pull one of those! If you have any base set needs, let me know!

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    1. Thanks! Will let you know. I assume with 2 boxes I must have a good start

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  4. Wow - a very cool set! What a plethora of unique cards & parallel sets!!! Enjoyed the read! -Marlin (SpartyHawk Cache)

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  5. That’s a really entertaining product. Fascinated to see what’s in that relic booklet!

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  6. Great stuff. I hadn't seen any of these so it was fun to see the cards. Thanks and congrats on that relic.

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  7. Marky Ramone~! Gabba gabba hey!

    In addition to being a celebrity chef, Eddie Huang wrote a well-known memoir called Fresh Off The Boat, which was adapted into the ABC sitcom of that name. (Which is a really good show, mostly thanks to Constance Wu, although the show at this point doesn't have that much to do with Eddie Huang's real life.)

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    1. I have watched the but had no idea it was based on the book he wrote. Makes this pull even coller

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  8. Dude. I hope UD gets Bobby Lee to sign in the future. I love that guy. The Huang is still really cool. Had no idea who he was, but I love the show Fresh Off The Boat.

    P.S. Congratulations on pulling that WWII relic!

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  9. Congrats on the WWII relic...looking forward to seeing what you get. I also enjoy Fresh Off The Boat, didn't know Eddie is a chef (in the show I don't remember the kid having a fondness for cooking).

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