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2011 Bowman Draft Picks & Prospects Blaster Case Break

I picked up a 16-box blaster case of 2011 Bowman Draft Picks & Prospects for a good price last week. The retail version is much more appealing this year because of the retail exclusive autographs and futures game jersey cards. The purple refractors are also nice. These blasters deliver a lot of value for the dollar.

Each blaster contains a base chrome refractor, a prospect chrome refractor, a purple base chrome refractor and a purple prospect chrome refractor. There’s also a thick gold parallel set similar to the base gold parallel set in 2011 Bowman. I wish they hadn’t included these because all of the cards have edge or corner damage. The one upside to having them in each pack is to make pack searching tougher, so I applaud Topps for that.

If you’re in the market for a blaster or three or three of these, Target has a $10 of $50 coupon that’s good through tomorrow, December 2nd. Print Coupon

The cards pictured below are all the hits pulled from the case, pretty impressive for a blaster case. The Wimmers gold autograph is /50. The Thornburg futures relic is /25. The Herrera and Fuentes relics are out of /199. All other autographs and relics and unnumbered. In addition to what’s pictured, I pulled some nice base prospect refractors and base purple prospect refractors. Some names included were Trevor Bauer, Blake Swihart and Matt Barnes.

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