Now that all the suspense has built up with the Rip Card, I’ll bust out the rest of the details. The rip card lasted about 20 mintes after I scanned it. In large part because I ate lunch during that time. Here’s the nitty gritty.
Base SPs: 305, 307, 308, 321, 324, 327, 330, 335, 336, 337, 343, 345
Base Minis: 26, 27, 32, 36, 96, 146, 155, 159, 194, 267, 269, 330, 343
I got both of these guys in there. Hopefully, its a good sign for later today.
Allen & Ginter Back Minis: 97, 145, 159, 322
Black Bordered Minis: 46, 115, 241
World’s Greatest Victories: 8
World’s Leaders: 9, 31
Pioneers of Aviation: 1 (Not only a pioneer, but the first pioneer!)
Baseball Icons: 7
Relics: AJP, TLH
And the biggie:
Which of course, I ripped. It was harder to get the inside card out then I thought it would be. I could see it righ away, but it took me a bit of time to get the darn thing out. This is what I saw.
Tim Lincecum Hi numbered mini. On the whole – this box rocked. Great value, even though I probably paid at the upper end of the price range for it – baseball products are a little higher priced up here. Lots of stuff to pull, and the rip card was a great hit. The Lincecum seems to sell really well, and even ripped Rip cards do pretty well.