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  1. 2018 Topps Inception Baseball Hobby Box Review

    2 Comments by patriotsguy Published on 07-06-2018 03:27 PM
    1 pack per box - 7 cards per pack
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    1 auto or auto relic per box


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    Base Design: 4/100 4% completion
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    Green Parallel: No odds
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    Orange /50: 1:11 packs
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    Patch Auto /249: 1:7 packs
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    First and foremost SCF would like to than Topps for their continued support of SCF with these boxes for review!

    Online sales have these boxes selling between $60-$73. Check boxes up for sale HERE

    Check out all the inception cards in the SCF Inventory Manager HERE

    A Quick but fun box break. With a low base set completion percentage filling the set via busting boxes isn't the way to go here. But it still makes for an attractive box bust for the price in the chance that you pull a mid to high end card! The cards seem a little darker than last year and still offer the thicker card stock as always. Me personally I would like to see 10 cards per pack and get a little more color in the box even if they raised the cost just a little higher.

    As always base cards are available to SCF members via SASE. VIP's get first crack for 48 hours of this posting. Please make all inquires via PM.

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    Nice patch autograph!
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    It would be a lie if I were to claim I would not want that auto/relic in my collection if it were of a Detroit Tiger, but... I just do not like the design. The player is the only baseball related aspect of the card in my opinion. Looks more like a generic card of a baseball player than an actual baseball card.

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