Wednesday, August 28, 2013
Collectors anticipate the return of Ginter. It is the most eclectic release of cards each year and 2013 Topps Allen & Ginter's Baseball Cards is no exception. Including a wide variety of subject matters, A&G offers a smorgasbord of cardboard delights. It remains one of the premiere baseball releases for set builders. Let's not forget about the Ginter code and the very sneaky Glossy 1/1s found sandwiched in the tops of the hobby boxes.
For the purposes of this review, Topps Allen & Ginter falls into our trading card category. A&G comes in a wide variety of retail packages as well as one standard Hobby box format. For this review we will take a look at a hobby box which contains 24 - 8 card packs with the promise of 3 hits per box.
Here are some of the cards we pulled.