I haven't even seen a single base card up close so all of those Griffey Jr base cards from this set the past few years all of you have been holding onto without purpose, I have a purpose for them. I also wouldn't mind some Aaron Judges too.
Let's check out my thoughts on my very first viewing of this once hobby giant.
The base card design, well, that takes me back. The layout and foil have the same feel, however, the base card thickness does not. The one thing that made the 90's Gold Label so great was the thickness of the base cards.
There are three classes to collect with each one being their own rarity. In each class there are 100 cards per set. Each player has one card per class with a different image. So each player has three images in the overall 300 card base set.
All of the key rookie are in the set except Juan Soto. He does have a framed autographed in the product however. There are also veterans and legends as well.
There are black parallels to find and I have no idea how to see them so one of these cards above may be a black parallel.
There are also other parallels to find as well including,
CLASS 1 PARALLELS: Blue /150, Red /75, Gold 1/1.
CLASS 2 PARALLELS: Blue /99, Red /50, Gold 1/1.
CLASS 3 PARALLELS: Blue /50, Red /25, Gold 1/1.
Now onto the hits,
I got a bonus one in this Legends relic of Mike Piazza!!!
And my framed autograph was of my stalker, pulled two autographs of his already, Walker Buehler. Why couldn't have Andjuar or Otahni stalked me? I always get disappointed when I find a pitcher as my hit.
Other hits you may find in your box that I didn't in mine include,
- Golden Greats Framed Autographed Relics
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