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The box: 2017 Topps Update baseball cards
Where to buy: BlowoutCards.com (for nearly all wax formats)
Packs per box: 11 (10 standard plus one medallion pack)
Cards per pack: 10
Cards in this box: 101
Base set completion:
83 of 300 (28 percent)
Base cards of note – Nolan Arenado, Carlos Beltran, Miguel Sano
Rookie Cards (39) – Notables include Yoan Moncada (2), Alex Bregman, Alex Reyes, Ian Happ
Call it Topps Now With a Twist … Part II.
With the Texas Rangers clinching the American League West last night, Topps has unveiled a new take on its real-time baseball card program with its second team set offering.
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Twelve Major League Baseball players have granted their likenesses to be used as part of a prepaid debit card program that lets diehard fans have yet another card of their favorite and lets them show it off every time they make a purchase.
So, in other words, your Big Papi VISA doesn’t come with big-league cash — unless you put it there.
David Ortiz is among the players partnered with the True Stars Fan Club, an MLBPA-approved venture that promises baseball-related rewards and benefits to those who sign up for the program.