I tend to go a little retro when I pick boxes to break, but this time my turn came up right in the middle of all the spring releases.
The Card Papoy's stack with some bonus goodies).
Bob Walk the Plank share the hit we pulled for his collection once he gets the cards.
The cards all look good, the hits were decent, and the players covered go a little deeper than Topps does in the first half of the 20th century. Makes some sense, since Topps wasn't around in those years, so they can't reprint cards they never made. The cons are that most of the cards look like typical Panini, with completely emotionless poses of pitchers delivering a pitch and hitters waiting for a pitch. Fairly repetitive, especially with the modern players.