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    Exclamation 2018 Bowman Chrome Shohei Ohtani Superfractor Autograph Has Been Pulled

    The hunt for the 2018 Bowman Chrome Shohei Ohtani Superfractor Autograph has come to an end. And it turns out the card was waiting to be found just a few hours north from where the rookie plays.

    John Muheim, a photographer from Sacramento, pulled it from a 2018 Bowman hobby box — one that he’d actually had in his house for a few days. He had already opened a couple of hobby jumbo and hobby boxes prior to this one.

    He bought it one night at HR Sports Cards and Collectibles in Sacramento while stopping in to get some supplies.

    “I had been so busy with work that I put it to the side for about a week,” Muheim recalled. His company, Spectrum Photography works with area sports teams and right now is particularly busy with swimming.

    Finally, with a bit of a break, Muheim found a some time. A few packs in he noticed the autograph and he got excited. Then he noticed the gold.

    “I knew this was going to be good,” he said.

    And then the one-of-a-kind Ohtani was revealed. Muheim jumped up. He knew exactly what he’d found. Even in the excitement, he was able to get it in an appropriate holder. Whenever he opens some Bowman, Muheim makes sure he has supplies on hand.

    “I think I even underestimated a bit at first,” he said in regards to the pull.
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    Just in time for a (likely) season ending injury. Is the bounty still good? If so, might be a good idea to take it, at this point.

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    Sucks to hear about his injury and the timing of that pull. But it is a gorgeous looking card though. Best of luck to him once he gets it back from grading.
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