Box Break, 2016 Topps Heritage Baseball Blaster

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While I am generally a fan of variations and short-prints as a way to spice up a base set, I think Topps has gone a little overboard with Topps Heritage.  More specifically, too many star players are left for the short-print card numbers 426-500.  Because a collector can only expect two or three of these short-prints in a blaster box (I pulled only two), a lot of common players made up the bulk of this break.  Again, I’m not against the idea of having short-prints, I just wish Topps would have placed a few more star players in cards 1-425.

 

 

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