I broke down and bought one of those repacks that has 10 packs of cards and 4 "jumbo" packs of cards in it. I was jonesing to bust some packs and this gave me 14 chances. Well, there's three packs I'm still debating whether or not do something else with.
There were some interesting developments (at least to me).
Such as the the searched pack of 2010 Series 1. There was a pack of 12 cards and two packs of 8 cards in the box (what's difference? hobby vs. retail?). I went to open one of the packs of 8 cards and the bottom was already open. Sure enough, out came 6 base cards and no inserts. So I got a searched pack of cards in a re-pack.
I got only one new Angel. There were two Angels in the 2010 packs, Jered Weaver I have multiple copies of, but Bobby Abreu actually ended up in my Angel Frankenset.
The 2013 Heritage cards were nice, and included Mike Scioscia, the new to me Angel. [Edit: I did already have Scioscia, but he fits an open slot in my Angel Frankenset] The 2012 Triple Play, not so much.
The stars of the show were the 2013 Archives.
But then I realized I got a "hit".
The 8 card packs are originally from blasters. I don't know why anyone would search those because they don't put any hits in them, just some color.ReplyDelete
That's too bad. I like color....Delete