#6A/P-07 - Sammy Sosa - If you don't know, each player has an A & B picture and there are something like 30 different patterns in the background. This is a weird brick with the team name.
#33B/P-10 - Tino Martinez - It's a crazy concept for a set and a huge pain for player collectors. There are also gold versions #/10, which come about 1 per box.
#7B/P-11 - Mark McGwire - The good side of things is the cards are sturdy acetate instead of dingable cardboard. If you need to get 60 versions of a card, you don't want to worry about corners.
#10A/P-07 - Troy Glaus - Here's the back so you can see they're see-through on the pattern and how the numbering system works.
This won't be the last you see of Tek on this blog. Oh no. I have a box of 2000. Yup, there were a few years of this stuff. People bought anything back then. Although, I can't really talk if I bought it myself 11 years later.
I'll take that Tino off your hands, if you're looking to get rid of it.
Sorry, I traded the Tino, along with most of my box to someone trying to collect the entire set with all variations. I had to support that cause!
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