Collectors highly-anticipating the first autographed cards of pitching phenom and # 1 pick Stephen Strasburg, will also be pleased to see a completely refreshed Bowman Baseball in 2010. Additions include an exclusive relic program and three new inserts. 2010 Bowman’s pack opening experience will be unmatched in the brand’s history!
Along with Triple Relics, a 1992 Throwback, Top 100 Prospects and the Bowman Expectations Insert, Stephen Strasburg Autographs will be in good company with the likes of Dustin Ackley (2nd overall pick) and Donovan Tate (3rd overall pick). In addition, highly-touted Cuban pitching prospect Aroldis Chapman will make his first appearance on a baseball card in a Major League uniform.
Every Hobby Box guarantees 1 Chrome Autographed Prospect and every Jumbo Box guarantees 3 Chrome Autographs (1 prospect + 2 rookies).
Each pack carries a $3 SRP and includes 10 cards (5 Vets/Rookies, 2 Prospects, 2 Chrome Prospects and 1 Gold Parallel)
The product in more detail…
BASIC CARDS (220)
· Veterans (190 subjects)
· Rookies (30 subjects)
· Bowman Chrome Autographed Rookie Cards (10 subjects)
· Gold Parallel 1 per pack
· Blue-Bordered Parallel #’d to 500.
· Orange-Bordered Parallel #’d to to 250.
· Red 1-of-1 Parallel #’d 1/1. Hobby Only
· Printing Plates #’d 1/1.
· 1992 Bowman Throwback (100 subjects)
· Topps 100 Prospects (100 subjects)
· Bowman Expectations (50 subjects)
· Triple Relics (37 subjects)
· Prospects (110 subjects)
· Bowman Chrome Prospects (110 subjects)
- Purple Refractor Parallel #’d to 999. Retail Only!
- Refractor Parallel #’d to TBD.
- Blue Refractor Parallel #’d to 250.
- Gold Refractor Parallel #’d to 50.
- Orange Refractor Parallel #’d to 25.
- Red Refractor Parallel #’d to 5. Hobby Only
- Super-Fractor Parallel #’d 1/1. Hobby Only
- Printing Plates #’d 1/1.
· Autographed Bowman Chrome Prospects (22 subjects)
· EXCLUSIVE Stephen Strasburg Autograph (1 subject)
Personally, I’m excited about the 1992 Throwback set. 1992 Bowman is one of my favorite sets. The design is simple, classic and it was one of the hottest sets of the early 90s. I know he’s not playing anymore, but it would have been nice to have a Mike Piazza card in this insert set since the Piazza rookie is the top card in the 1992 set. I’m looking forward to seeing today’s stars in the 1992 design.