Thursday, June 04, 2009

2009 Bowman Jumbo

Well, we've already had the Hobby and Retail versions of this, so why not complete the trifecta and show off a pack of the jumbo? 32 cards, 6 Chrome, but anything worthwhile? Let's see...

106 Yovani Gallardo
14 Ryan Howard
66 Daniel Murphy
122 Alexi Casilla
50 Felix Hernandez
30 Torii Hunter
53 Jay Bruce (looking positively perplexed at life around him)


38 Dustin Pedroia (the famous high-five to no one...nice)

126 Javier Vazquez
BP28 Jeremy Farrell Blue Parallel #'d 325/500 (he went to high school about 10 minutes from my house! (St. Ignatius in Cleveland) Pretty sweet to get a local guy, even if I've never heard of him)

BP38 David Freese
BP39 Jon Kibler
BP2 Oscar Tejada (front says Tejada, back says Tejeda, which is it? Not exactly the mystery of the century but whatever)
BP67 Jason McEachern
BP81 Rene Garcia (he's only 19 but he looks even younger here)

BP34 Curt Smith
BP45 Wilson Ramos
BW4 Michel Enriquez (World Baseball Classic card)
35 Jorge Posada Gold Parallel (is it just me, or is David Murphy featured more prominently in this picture than Jorge? Especially cause he appears safe...)

CHROME!!! (cause how can't you like shiny cards?)
BCP68 Matt Rigoli
BCP12 Kenneth Gilbert
BCP83 Seth Garrison
BCP31 Luis Sumoza
BCP66 Jarred Bogany
BCW17 Chenhao Li (more WBC)

19 Nate McLouth (funny I get a card of him in a pack I buy the day after he's traded)

71 Robinson Cano
99 Scott Olsen
75 Jayson Werth
175 Greg Smith (what's up with that smile?)

140 J.D. Drew
195 Andrew Carpenter
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Well, since I know nothing about prospects, this pack might have been amazing or horrible...but fun all the same! (I know that's open for discussion...) I will also have some older Bowman to post this week too, so be sure to come back!

1 comment:

pricelesspursuit said...

In a few years you'll be rich from all the rookies...

At least, I think that's how Bowman works.