Product: 2014 Topps Baseball blaster
Break Date: February 1, 2014
Hit Breakdown: One manufactured relic
Summary: I opened a blaster of 2014 Topps baseball earlier the same day I broke the jumbo box. I figured, may as well go for the set. Little did I know I'd basically complete it in one jumbo, but...
The blaster itself was pretty decent. There was a mini Bryce Harper, a few nice PC Cardinals cards, and a slew of red Target parallels.
But, the main hit of the box was the Manufactured Relic that each blaster comes with – in this case, a Rookie Reprint of Don Mattingly. The relics are certainly neat looking cards, and would probably make a cool set to build.
Across the board, this was a decent blaster.
Grade for the product: B
Grade for the break: B
What we pulled:
Manufactured Relic: Don Mattingly
Red Hot Foil parallel (1:6): Leonys Martin
Red Target parallel (2:1): Matt Adams, Zack Greinke, Nate McClouth, Dayan Viciedo, Elvis Andrus, Michael Brantley, Hiroki Kuroda, Melky Cabrera, Paul Goldschmidt, Hector Santiago, Edwin Encarnacion, Kyle Lohse, Ryan Howard, Troy Tulowitzki, Erik Johnson, Jason Kipnis, Brandon McCarthy, Cliff Pennington, Alexei Ramirez, Ernesto Frieri
50 Years of the Draft (1:18): Gerrit Cole
Power Players code (1:12): Sean Burnett
Super Veteran (1:8): Adam Wainwright
1989 Die-Cut Mini (1:8): Bryce Harper, Buster Posey
Upper Class (1:4): Yoenis Cespedes, Matt HollidayThe Future Is Now (1:4): Yu Darvish, Jean Segura, Hyun-Jin Ryu