Ah, 2003. This pack comes from the point in time over which 50 Cent once reigned. Steroid monster Barry Bonds won his third consecutive MVP award despite only accumulating 390 ABs, which is in the range of what many platoon players see. Of course, he walked 148 times and was hit by 10 pitches, so there's that.
33 - Ray Durham - This is a weird design. Lots of straight lines and 90 degree angles.
25 - Aaron Boone - 2003 was the year that Aaron Boone burned the Red Sox and then basically wasn't heard from again.
4 - Mike Lowell - This seems weird, but Lowell looks like he's glowing here.
36 - Roger Clemens - I'm usually a Yankees defender, but I can't defend this guy.
138 - A.J. Burnett - It's weird to see Burnett like this. These days he's like a poor man's Jered Weaver.
174 - Cliff Floyd - Let's see what Cliff Floyd has been up to these days...
It would look so much better if I had 10,000 followers lol forget 7k just go for the juggler what the heck!
— cliff floyd (@sleepy30) January 30, 2013
C'mon, guys. Let's get him some followers!
66 - Greg Maddux - Maddux is very popular with the collectors. And the ladies. Especially when he puts on those '90s glasses.
211 - Scott Rolen All-Stars - All-Stars are part of the base set but fall at 1:4 packs according the wrapper. This is my favorite card of the pack by far. I hadn't seen these before and they look nice.
236 - Joe Borchard 2002 Rookie Update - I'm not sure if this design is a throw back to the previous year's set. It might be.
28 - Kazuhisa Ishii Gold Medallion - Fitting with the overall design of the set, these Gold Medallion parallels are die cut in an odd way. Is this the Tetris Set? If you like naming sets, feel free to chime in.