Sunday, January 31, 2010

Topps 2010 Blaster break down

I didn't know if this has been done already but I got the urge to do one, so here it is. If you want any of the inserts let me know. I just thought it would be interesting to see how many base cards you actually get, or how many when they where young, or the cards your mom threw out. As for rather this is the norm, I'd need another blaster or two to compare.

P.S If I spelled any names wrong let me know, the letters start running together after a while.

Base cards: 42

22 ANTHONY SWARZAK (Minnesota Twins)
31 JASON GRILLI (Texas Rangers)
33 ADAM MOORE (Seattle Mariners)
37 GARRET ANDERSON (Atlanta Braves)
76 JOE SAUNDERS (Anaheim Angels)
77 MILWAUKEE BREWERS
85 KEN GRIFFY JR (Seattle Mariners)
93 JOSH NATHAN (Minnesota Twins)
106 LEAGUE LEADERS
120 JORGE POSADA (New York Yankees)
132 CLIFF LEE (Philadelphia Phillies)
139 FRANK FRANCISCO (Texas Rangers)
145 JUSTIN UPTON (Arizona Diamondbacks)
148 CODY ROSS (Florida Marlins)
165 BRANDON PHILLIPS (Cincinnati Reds)
173 KENDRY MORALES (Anaheim Angels)
175 JOSH HAMILTON (Texas Rangers)
189 ADRIAN BELTRE (Seattle Mariners)
194 NEIL WALKER (Pittsburgh Pirates)
197 CLEVELAND INDIANS
203 LEAGUE LEADERS
215 MAX SCHERZER (Arizona Diamondbacks)
218 FERNANDO MARTINEZ (New York Mets)
242 BOBBY JENKS ( Chicago White Sox)
245 LANCE BERKMAN (Huston Astros)
249 JON NIESE (New York Mets
251 JOHN LANNAN (Washington Nationals)
258 EDWIN ENCARNACION (Toronto Blue Jays)
259 (Chicago White Sox)
260 NEW YORK YANKEES
262 HOMER BAILEY (Cincinnati Reds)
264 ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS
269 Checklist
272 JAIR JURRJENS (Atlanta Braves)
273 PAT NESHEK (Minnesota Twins)
291 AUSTIN KEARNS (Washington Nationals)
294 ADAM DUNN (Washington Nationals)
295 KEVIN YOUKILIS (Boston Red Sox)
296 ATLANTA BRAVES
308 ROBINZON DIAZ (Pittsburgh Pirates)
311 JOSE VALVERDE (Huston Astros)



Other cards: 38
ALL FOR TRADE (minus 1 million card giveaway)

Parallel throw backs: (10)
14 TED LILY (Chicago Cubs)
84 NATE ROBERTSON (Detroit Tigers)
153 JUSTIN DUCHSCHERSON (Oakland Athletics)
197 CLEVELAND INDIANS
207 COLBY PASMUS (St Louis Cardinals)
217 GIO GONZALEZ (Oakland Athletics)
261 MATT CARSON (Oakland Athletics)
278 CARLOS DELGADO (New York Mutt)
301 JACK CRUST (Oakland Athletics)
322 TRAVIS BUCK (Oakland Athletics)
JEFF FRANCOEUR (New York Mets)


Topps Town (10)
MANNY RAMIREZ (Los Angeles Dodgers)
ROY HALLADAY (Toronto Blue Jays)
VLADIMIR GUERRERO (Anaheim Angels)
RYAN BRAUN (Milwaukee Brewers)
ICHIRO (Seattle Mariners)
TIM LINCECUM (San Francisco Giants)
MIGUEL TEJADA (Huston Astros)
RYAN HOWARD (Philadelphia Phillies)
EVAN LONGORIA (Tampa Bay Rays)
CC SABATHIA 9new York Yankees)

Peak Performance 3
PP-15 ALEX RODRIGUEZ (New York Yankees)
PP-22 GEORGE SISLER (St Louis Cardinals)
PP-27 TOM SEAVER (New York Mets)


Topps Million Dollar Giveaway (2)


History Of the Game (3)
HOTG1 1871 First Professional Baseball Game Played (double)
HOTG21 DH Rule Created


The Cards Your Mom Threw Out (3)
CMT-15 JIM PALMER (Baltimore Orioles) 126 1996 Topps
CMT-48 IVAN RODRIGUEZ (Texas Rangers) 399 1999 Topps
CMT-54 RYAN HOWARD (Philadelphia Phillies) + COLE HAMELS (Philadelphia Phillies) Prospect Card 2005

Prominent Baseball Players (2)
TR 18 RYAN BRAUN (Milwaukee Brewers)
TR 27 EDWIN JACKSON (Detroit Tigers)

Legendary Lineage (2)
LL 1 WILLIE McCOVEY (San Francisco Giants + RYAN HOWARD (Philadelphia Phillies)
LL11 MIKE SCHMIDT (Philadelphia Phillies) + EVAN LONGORIA (Tampa Bay Rays)

When They Where Young (1)
WTWY AR ALEX RODRIGUEZ (New York Yankees)

Tales Of The Game
TOG-5
JACKIE ROBINSON Steals Home In World Series

Topps Attax (1)








1 Commenorative patch:

1989 World Series Oakland Athletics DENNIS ECKERSLEY (for trade)

6 comments:

  1. Dang, half of the throwbacks were A's? :o

    I could use the Vlad & Ichiro toppsTowns, the throwback Ted Lilly, and the Jackie Robinson Tales of the Game if they haven't been claimed yet already. Oh, and I'll finally be sending you some cards sometime this month.

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  2. Thanks Rose.

    I realized that as I was typing them up. If only they could have been Braves.

    They haven't been claimed. They are yours.

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  4. I would like to do some trading with you.

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  5. I have many i would love to get from you and I have many to give you. What are you willing to trade for the commemorative patch?

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