And of course I had to drop by the forbidden baseball card section before walking out of the Bulleye's doors. I stood contemplating. "Do I really need these?" The answer, my friends, was a simple, "YES!!!"
I found myself in another dilemma, though. Heritage, Opening Day, Stickers, or Repack? Sure, I'd get a nice assortment of cards from Heritage, but I'm not aiming for completion of that set. Just picking up for my PC. Sure, I'd get a lot of random cards with a Repack, but I'm sure I probably already have half of them (my luck).
That left me with Opening Day, a set with I try, emphasis on the word "try" to complete each year. Or Stickers, which are only $.99 for a pack of eight.
Why not get one of each?!?!
So, that's what I did. A rack pack of Opening Day and a pack of Stickers.
About halfway through the pack of Opening Day these were awaiting my arrival. All of them pretty much one after another. I love when a plan comes together.
These were not the only nice cards in the 24-card pack.
Check out my star pulls. I finally got to watch Rizzo play in the WBC. Boy, is he something special! Machado was a bit of a suprise. J-Up looks good even in airbrushed Braves attire.
Don'e forget the inserts. No one from my PCs, but nice cards nontheless.
The stickers were quite a disappointment! No one I want, and I'm not working on the set. All are for trade, preferably for someone I can use.
Oh, Target card section...Why must you beckon me with you're great deals!!!
Good stuff, though.