Thursday, October 15, 2009

Beckett Pulls ANOTHER Beckett

Advance Box? Check.


Called Pull? Check.

Beckett Pulls a "Beckett"? Check.

Just watch.

17 comments:

  1. Good lord.

    "I pulled a bunch of retired guys."

    Umm, I wouldn't classify Sisler, Reese, Snider, Hornsby, Gwynn, Mathewson and Mize as a bunch of retired guys. They're fucking HOFers.

    And WTF, do these guys break out this wax on the same day because that one dude wears the same clothes all the time.

    God I hate Buckett.

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  2. man if that fires you up then you got nothing else to do today. That was harmless and lousy attempt by you to somehow classify that as a rigged break. Give it up with the Beckett hatred. Remember " loaded boxes" was started by Upper Deck. This is not one of those cases. Let go already ;)

    -wheeler281

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  3. Acutally, the Loaded 2007 NT with the Quinn 1/1 and loaded 2007 Sterling case with the dimaggio cut 1/1 came before the Exquisite. Either way, all three were loaded, so that is the point.

    Im not giving up my Beckett hatred, they get all they deserve.

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  4. I don't understand how either of these boxes are loaded. What's so great about them?

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  5. The triple relic / triple auto is a 1 per case hit, and he called it before he pulled it!

    Of course he also incorrectly stated that they were 1 per box, so I don't know what's worse.

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  6. Really? How does that video prove anything?
    Nothing in that box was anywhere near a great pull.

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  7. Just because the player selection wasn't great doesn't change the fact that it was a case hit.

    Maybe the mfgs are getting a little wiser...lol

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  8. Maybe I am missing something...what was the case hit? They said that the triple auto was one per box. Is a box a case? They said that 1/1's are a case hit but they didn't pull a 1/1.

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  9. The triple auto was 1 per 18 box case.

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  10. If that's a loaded box Id hate to see a regular one.

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  11. That's kind of the point Jeff. An average box will usually yield you a jersey auto of a rookie or "rising star" numbered /99, and a veteran/retired relic card numbered /36. Go to Youtube and watch some 07 and 08 breaks. Then go look at all the jersey autos that sell for less than $10 on eBay from these $180 boxes.

    Christian - Olds was WRONG when he said the triple/triple were 1 per box. Those are a case hit regardless of the players featured.

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  12. The sell sheet says that 1/1 triple relics are one per case, but there should be a triple auto relic numbered to 99 or less per box.

    EVERY 18-BOX CASE CONTAINS:
    - A 1 of 1 Auto Triple Relic Card
    - A Triple Auto Triple Relic Card, #'d to 36 or less
    EVERY BOX CONTAINS:
    - An Auto Triple Relic Card, #'d to 99 or less
    - A Triple Relic Card, #'d to 36 or less
    EVERY PACK CONTAINS:
    - 1 Triple Relic Card, #'d to 99 or less (An AutoTriple Relic card replaces the Triple Relic card 1:2 Packs)
    - 2 Base // Cards, #'d to 525 or less
    - 3 Base Cards #'d

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  13. I get it now. I can understand why someone would mistake AUTO TRIPLE RELIC for an TRIPLE AUTO RELIC.

    Sorry about that one.

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  14. I think Chris Olds eats small children.

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  15. In his spare time, Chris Olds enjoys a tall cold glass of Diet Slice, and loves to write Star Trek/Harry Potter slash fiction on his LiveJournal account.

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  16. Who cares if that is a case hit still a shit card

    -wheeler281

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  17. Wow... That dude has Dwight Schrute hair.. LOLOL

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