2010 Topps Heritage SP

Josh Hamilton is heating up.  It is a little bit more than 1/3 of the way through the season, and he has an average over .300, and should be on pace for 30 home runs and 100 RBIs.  That is a really solid bounceback for him after a 2009 season that was injury-ridden and largely disappointing.

On a baseball card front – I am pretty disappointed with the 2010 product lineup.  I am just not a huge fan of Topps.  This entire card season has been anti-climactic, unless you are looking for Stephen Strasburg.  I haven’t even been the slightest bit tempted to bust a box of 2010 baseball cards, and that is kind of depressing.  I am still picking away at Hamilton’s cards (it is a never-ending task), but there hasn’t been a must-have product for me this year.

2 Responses to 2010 Topps Heritage SP

  1. Sooz says:

    At least you have been able to save your money. I’ve spent far too much on 2010 Bowman.

  2. Jeremy says:

    I feel the same way. There isn’t anything in 2010 baseball I’m interested in collecting. Topps Heritage is interesting, but it seems too expensive for what it is.

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