Ahhh! There is nothing quite like picking up a blaster of Topps Heritage Or High Series from your local Wally-World. The odds stated on the box are almost never correct, and can leave one wondering why they even bother putting them on the package. Who ever is in charge of shuffling the deck when Topps Heritage is on the schedule must be outside on a smoke break , or asleep half the shift.
This can be a very good thing, or a very bad thing, but then again you have to take the bad with the good. I have ripped blasters where I have pulled one chrome, and a few where I have pulled six. Then again that is the beauty of Topps Heritage Retail there's a mistake I mean mystery, or should I say surprise in every box. If your not happy with your first chances are your second will make up for your first.
Topps Rookie Stars: Unknown Odds ( considered base?)
I pulled a whopping sixteen of these! My third or fourth pack was full of them.
Then & Now/ Rookie Performers: 1/12 Packs
Nothing unusual here. The fact they are inserted 1/12 packs, and a retail only contains eight packs means nothing more then pure luck on my end.
Mr. Banks/ Mr. Rollins--- Mat Latos
Short Prints: 1/3 Packs
Once again nothing to unusual here other then one extra S.P, and I actually did fairly well.
Chrome Parallel: 1/4
Russell Branyan 450/1960--- Ben Zobrist 1/1960
Chrome Parallel Refractor 1/11:
This is the Hit of the box. Heritage Refractors are eye candy, and strictly for eye candy purposes.
Andrew McCutchen Refractor 12/560
Now that is a Twompy well spent....
The Mojo Hand