Saturday, September 26, 2015

2 Hanger Boxes of 2015 Heritage High Number

I've got another month or so until Update shows up, and I'm still desperate for cards. Man, if only there was another cool set I could get cards of...oh, hello there Heritage High Numbers.

They started doing these High # sets back in 2008, and they were alright, but it kind of defeated the purpose when they just had two Topps Update commons per pack. It was a nice idea, but I didn't get too much of them, or, I'd just get good looking commons at card shows or whatever.

Now that it's back, and a lot of the kinks have been ironed seems pretty nice. So I nabbed some hanger boxes of the stuff.

Box #1-

662- Marcus Semien. Apparently he had a nice defensive season in Oakland, but the problem in Oakland was definitely not offense this season.
613- Tyler Olson
617- Micah Johnson. I think they had this guy at 3rd when I was in Chicago. I forget if he did anything.
612- Hansel Robles. How is this the first thing that came to mind?
664- Tyler Flowers, who's apparently starting this year.
564- Delmon Young, who returned to just sucking this season.
595- Trevor Cahill. Everybody's been talking about this one, as Cahill didn't even play a game with the Dodgers.
508- Angel Nesbitt
512- Ruben Tejada. Has been deemed obsolete by Wilmer Flores.
660- Michael 'The Pufferfish' Lorenzen
506- David Buchanan
527- Eduardo Rodriguez, one of the few things that went right for the Red Sox this year.
510- Justin Nicolino
630- STEVEN MATZ ROOKIE. This is a pretty nice one.
574- Sean Rodriguez
516- Vincent Velazquez. Fun Fact: I saw this guy's Major League Debut
Now and Then insert of Bryce Harper.
Combo Card of Cubs Cornerstones Addison Russell and Kris Bryant. Great card, too.
712- Blake Swihart CHROME #'D TO 566. That is actually a really nice pull
629- Shane Victorino. Now on the Angels.
643- Alex Torres. Okay, you do not make a card of Alex Torres and decline to add his Incredible Hulk cap.
614- Tyler Moore
646- AJ Ramos
571- Odrisamer Despaigne, who was one of the many disappointments of the Padres' season.
691- Slade Heathcott rookie, which is pretty nice.
578- Ryan Flaherty
586- Billy Burns, who's been playing really well for the A's.
559- Joba Chamberlain
623- Sam Fuld
696- Brett Anderson, who's had a nice rebound with the Dodgers
531- Mike Aviles, who's gotten a lot of support from the Indians.
640- Steven Souza Jr., another rookie standout
547- JR Graham
522- Anthony Ranuado
650- Anthony DeSclafani.

Box #2-
675- Jace Peterson, who went from a Padres farmhand to a starter in Atlanta
667- Gregorio Petit, who's already been released
596- Freddy Galvis, who better be clean this year.
682- Wilmer Difo
570- Dixon Machado
606- Alex Meyer
555- James Shields, looking horrified to be in a Padres uniform.
641- DJ LeMahieu. This has gotta be a nice pull.
698- John Jaso
528- Taylor Featherston
585- Yasmani Grandal, who had a very nice season
697- Orlando Calixte
552- Desmond Jennings, who was on the DL I think for most of the season
610- Everth Cabrera
567- Tommy Pham
517- Colby Rasmus, who had a career renaissance in Houston this year.
Now and Then insert of Adrian Beltre hitting his 400th
723- SHORT PRINT of Yovani Gallardo
Combo of Josh Donaldson and Jose Bautista
576- Tim Beckham, about time.
557- Danny Muno
514- Grant Balfour, the ex-closer in Tampa
513- Brad Boxberger, the closer in Tampa
638- Eddie Butler
608- Paulo Orlando, an extra outfielder in the Royals behemoth
611- Jed Lowrie, who just got off the DL
526- Jordan Lyles
622- Will Middlebrooks, who lost his chance
644- Rene Rivera
626- Mike Olt, who lost his chance too
615- Nick Franklin
684- Jose Ramirez, who hasn't lost his chance yet, but give him time
581- Chris Capuano, who was also released by the Yankees
628- Matt den Dekker
678- Tim Cooney

Great boxes with a lot of nice base cards, and a nice Blake Swihart parallel. Solid product, Topps.


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    1. I'm in a college dorm without a scanner. Wish it were different, man.