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Old 11-02-2013, 08:08 AM   #1
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First box of Baseball and just want some critic/help. These are the refractors,
the Boyd and Alfaro cards are BCP numbered (are those rookies?) and the Rivera and Bauer have gray backs ...




Autos are Tom Murphy #'d to 150 and Onelki Garcia.
Alex Wood Refractor #'d to 25
Ryan Howard
Corey Seager (rising thru the ranks)

How did I do?

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Old 11-02-2013, 09:16 AM   #2
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Did well, you got a second auto which is a bonus. Those orange refractors are super tough pulls and the blue autos aren't easy either.
So on the backs, the white backs are prospect cards, or pre-rookies, while the grey backs are rookies or veteran cards, rookies have the RC on them like the orange.
As far as money cards, you have the autos, colored refractors for the most part although I'm not fully up to speed on the players you pulled, although I don't think any are on the hot list except maybe seager. Value on bowman can really blow up if a prospect gets called up and does well, thus the prospecting aspect to the bowman products. You could have done much worse because you hit some nice pulls, players I think are little on the weak side if I'm not mistaken. Not a bad break.
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The Murphy is a good card, as he has A LOT of pop and a high ceiling. That's a good card to hold on to for future value. Nice pull!
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The Murphy is a good card, as he has A LOT of pop and a high ceiling. That's a good card to hold on to for future value. Nice pull!
There you go, someone advising to prospect on the Murphy. If that's the case a blue auto of a decent prospect can double, triple, quadruple in months if they start to move up and play well in the minors or can really jump if called up and play good as well.
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