Let the ripping begin:
Tom Glavine of the Braves. He looks pretty creepy here, but he's still Tom Glavine. 4 points.
Steve Howe of the Yankees. Basic pitcher shot. 2 points
Doug Drabek of the Astros. Another double. 1 point
Joe Magrane of the Cardinals. 1 point
Richie Lewis of the Marlins. Standard pitcher shot. 2 points
Paul Wagner of the Pirates. 1 point
Scott Sanderson of the Angels. 1 point
Kirk Gibson of the Tigers. 1 point
Milt Thompson of the Phillies. 1 point
Dave Stewart of the Blue Jays. Yep...still a badass. 1 point
Willie Greene of the Reds. 1 point
Rene Arocha of the Cardinals. 1 point
Jody Reed of the Dodgers. The run to first, watching it sail. 3 points
Billy Ripken of the Rangers. AHAHAHA. AHAHAHA. Ahhh... 3 points
Roger Clemens Members Choice Insert. With only 5 cards in the insert set, you're bound to get doubles. 1 point
Fernando Valenzuela. 1 point
Royals pitcher whose name I can't quite make out. It's a double anyway. 1 point
Steve Reed of the Rockies. 1 point
Gary Sheffield of the Padres. Guhhh. 1 point
Jody Reed of the Dodgers. 1 point
Billy Ripken of the Rangers. Heh... 1 point
Russ Springer of the Angels. A nice windup. 3 point
Tom Brunansky of the Brewers. A nice portrait shot at Batting Practice. 4 points
Spike Owen of the Yankees. A decent swing. 3 points
Andre Dawson of the Red Sox. People forget that the Hawk played for Boston. I want to. 5 points cause he's Andre.
Brian Williams of the Astros. Not the NBC Guy. 2 points
Dave Winfield of the Twins. That's two HOF'ers in the same pack. Great scott! 5 points.
Harold Reynolds of the Orioles. A current MLBNet Sportscaster. 2 points because of this. Grrr..
Ladies and Gentlemen, this is yet another complete pack of Doubles. Every team involved will get one point. Damn 90's collation.
John Jaha of the Brewers. 1 point
Ricky Guittierez. 1 point
Kevin Mitchell of the Reds. 1 point
Alan Mills of the Orioles. 1 point
Henry Mercedes of the Athletics. 1 point
Mike Felder of the Mariners. He looks like he's taking a nice swing. 3 points
Mike Hampton of the Mariners. A rookie card of a future disabled star. 4 points
Pete Incaviglia of the Phillies. That swing. THAT STACHE! 4 points
BJ Surhoff of the Brewers. Quite possibly the best shot of the break so far. 5 points
Ben Rivera of the Phillies. Decent field play. 3 points
Kevin Reimer of the Brewers. Nice stance. 3 points
Scott Somethingorother, from a team I can't interpret. Can anyone I identify who I should give 3 points to here?
Brian Harvey of the Marlins. A routine pitcher shot. 2 points
Jose Lind of the Royals. A nice fielder shot. 3 points
With 4 packs left in this box, the Braves are leading with 47 points, with everyone else trying to catch up. Tomorrow, the contest continues.