I had to make a run to the big red box store to pick up a prize for JBF and naturally I had to pick up a little something for myself. . . . Ben Zobrist! Woo-Hoo! . . .
Seven cards for a buck? 200 card base set? A couple of neat inserts? It sure reminds me of Topps Opening Day. Actually, I would be all for this set replacing Opening Day . . . at least we get a new design and new photos!
Topps Bunt features present day players and stars from the past.
I really like the design. Simple, just a little smoky, large logos and crisp pictures.
My only complaint is the very thin card stock, but that just means I have top be a little more careful with the cards.
I was lucky enough to pull one of the program inserts. It really looks like a worn program... well done, Topps!
I still haven't busted a box of a 2016 product. I hear the boxes are pretty cheap and maybe I'll look into one. I think if I was already into the Topps digital Bunt cards I would be all over his set, but I don't have time for virtual cards. I barely have time for physical cards!
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That program insert is sweet! The worn look is a nice touch!ReplyDelete
Those program cards do look nice. Honestly, I just enjoyed the set for what it was and didn't worry about any digital component, and I found it to be enjoyable, affordable, and offer something a little different that what was currently out there. It's a winner so far in my book.ReplyDelete
I agree. I'm going to put a box of this stuff on my Christmas list and hope Santa delivers. Looks like it would be a fun break.Delete
Completely agree w/ your sentiments about this replacing Opening Day. Either way, I hope this is a card set that sticks around.ReplyDelete
Me, too! As a set builder I wouldn't mind completing the master set of this product year after year.Delete
Smoltz! These are great looking ... thanks for making me have to stop at Target tomorrowReplyDelete