|11-27-2012, 05:59 PM||#79 (permalink)|
Join Date: Dec 2011
shoot just saw this. put me down for 2 or 3 backup spots
Prospect Rush Breaks
Houdini 2 case: Break 1-38, 230 Break 2- 10, 158, 244, 261
Houdini Team by Case: Break 2- Angels
dthimesch 6 box: Box 4- 12 Box 5- 19
|11-28-2012, 09:06 AM||#86 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jul 2007
Order # 192169
Moving to active.
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|11-28-2012, 05:30 PM||#88 (permalink)|
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2012 Bowman Sterling Baseball closes out the season of Topps diamond releases. Focusing solely on the game's youngsters, every box comes with a massive amount of ink: 18 autograph cards spread across just six packs.
Both the 2012 Bowman Sterling Baseball base set and Prospect set have just 50 cards each. Putting them together should prove challenging given the high price tag and lack of base cards in packs. The base set consists entirely of 2012 rookies. Packs have either one base card or one Prospect card. Both have six different parallels: Refractors (#/199), Gold Refractors (#/50), Black Refractors (#/25), Purple Refractor (#/10), Red Refractors (1/1), and Canary Diamond Refractors (1/1).
Every four-card 2012 Bowman Sterling Baseball pack has three autograph cards. The 15 signers on the Rookie Autographs checklist are led by Bryce Harper, Yu Darvish and Mike Trout. Although Trout's rookie cards can be found in 2011 products, his signature has quickly become on the most coveted in the hobby. Other Rookie Autograph signers include Matt Moore, Jesus Montero, Will Middlebrooks and Yoenis Cespedes.
2012 Bowman Sterling Baseball Prospect Autographs have a much larger checklist, reaching 60 signers. Mike Zunino, the third overall pick in the 2012 MLB Draft, is one of them. Other 2012 first round picks include David Dahl and Brian Johnson. Nick Castellanos, Billy Hamilton and Rymer Liriano are among the other up-and-coming stars on the list.
Both the Rookie Autographs and Prospect Autographs have the same six levels of Refractor parallels as the base cards.
The autographs continue with several other insert sets. Ten Dual Autographs pair up autographs. Each is numbered to 99 or less and has six different parallels numbered to 50 or less.
Next in Line is a second dual autograph set but they come with a bit of a twist. After asking for suggestions, the concept was suggested by a collector. The two autographs on the cards match a 2012 rookie with a prospect from the same organization. The set has five cards, each numbered to 5.
Nickname Autographs (#/15) come inscribed with the featured signer's alternate monicker. Sterling Showcase Autographs include both rookies and prospects. Each card is numbered to 25 and comes with a frame made of sterling silver. One-of-one Sterling Cards are made entirely of the metal.
The cross-brand Bowman Black line expands by another 25 cards, each of which is numbered to 25. The cards use a striking black backdrop to make the silver signatures pop.
Twenty-five redemption cards are inserted in 2012 Bowman Sterling Baseball good for an autographed Yu Darvish baseball.
2012 Bowman Sterling Baseball is the second set to include Bowman Prospect Challenge cards. Collectors can use their prospecting knowledge to compete for autographs and exclusive cards.