Monday, 16 February 2015

Pack #2 of S1

My second jumbo pack. Picked up on a Saturday trip to the LCS, which also saw me get a pair of National Hockey Card Day packs. Those will show up later this week.

Bryan Morris - Not the most spectacular start. The card is centered fine. I just screwed up the scan.
Gary Brown
Eric Hosmer
Ian Kennedy
Rusney Castillo
Matt Dominguez

Tommy Medica - Alternate jersey!
Bryce Brentz

Eric Young Jr. - Mets card!
Adrian Beltre
Bud Norris
Brian Duensing
Padres Team Card
Derek Jeter
Clayton Kershaw - Back to back checklist cards! Strangely, the Jeter is #319, and covers cards 1-71, while the Kershaw is #317, but has 284-351
Starling Castro

Jackie Bradley Jr - What a perfect use of a horizontal card.

Madison Bumgarner - Game 7 - Royals fans might not like it, but there couldn't be a better photograph to summarize Game 7.
Paul Goldschmidt
Jeff Baker
Chris Young
Cody Allen
Brandon Moss
Andrew Susac

Jarrod Saltalamacchia - Gold 747/2015. For some reason, when stacked among the rest of the cards, the golds seem to be a fraction of a millimeter longer and wider than the standard cards. Take that for what it is worth, pack searchers.

Mike Trout - Archetypes

Randy Johnson - Free Agent 40
Live Aid

Fred McGriff/Freddie Freeman - Nothing too spectacular among the inserts, but I do like the two Freds combo on the Braves card.
Jake Peavy
Dustin Pedroia
Lucas Duda - Another Met!
Jonathan Schoop
Anthony Swarzak
Zach Duke
Jon Jay
Mike Napoli
Kendrys Morales
Alex Ogandi
Anthony Rizzo

Bartolo Colon - And another! I don't know why I'm excited to pull Mets when I've got a pile of them on the way via the Nachos Grande group break.

Dioner Navarro - And over 90 cards into the set, I finally add a Blue Jays card. And it is an odd one. Dioner Navarro sliding into third base! He didn't hit a triple last year, so it isn't that super rare moment captured on cardboard.
Tony Cingrani
Wilson Ramos
Lonnie Chisenhall
Domonic Brown
Jorge Soler
Warren Spahn - Highlight of the Year - I'm still not sure why these end the pack instead of being in the middle with the rest of the insert.

And there you have it.

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