2010 Topps Update Series

What I pulled--
Gold Parallels (#ed to 2010) – Adam LaRoche, Argenis Diaz, Phil Hughes, Matt Thornton, David Price, Sam Demel
Topps Attax – 36 different
Peak Performance – Ubaldo Jimenez, Mike Stanton, Tyler Colvin, Stephen Strasburg, Hideki Matsui
More Tales of the Game – Warren Spahn, Roy Halladay, Walter Johnson, Mile High Humidor, Joel Youngblood, Seven
Turkey Red – Lou Brock, Ichiro, Jonathan Broxton, Robin Yount, Aramis Ramirez, Ryan Doumit, Frank Robinson, Pee Wee
Reese, Ryan Zimmerman
Million Card Giveaway – Mickey Mantle 53, Roy Campanella, Ichiro, Carl Yastrzemski, Roger Maris, Mike Schmidt, Thurman
Munson, Mickey Mantle 63, Bob Gibson
Vintage Legends – Rogers Hornsby, Reggie Jackson, Tris Speaker, Lou Gehrig, Thurman Munson, Honus Wagner, George
Sisler, Nolan Ryan, Mike Schmidt
The Cards Your Mom Threw Out – Andre Dawson, Josh Hamilton/Carl Crawford, Roger Maris, Darryl Strawberry, Chipper
Jones, Ian Kinsler, Yogi Berra/Roy Campanella, Brooks Robinson, Don Mattingly, Ryan Zimmerman, Mike Piazza/Ken Griffey
Jr., Wade Boggs
The Cards Your Mom Threw Out Original Back – Brooks Robinson
Legendary Lineage – Rod Carew/Robinson Cano, Mark Teixeira/Logan Morrison, Miguel Cabrera/Mike Stanton, Hank
Greenberg/Ike Davis, Bob Gibson/Ubaldo Jimenez
Chrome Refractor Boxtopper – Josh Donaldson

Silk Collection – Doug Davis (#40/50)

Third time’s a charm.

This is a very simple review to put together, since 2010 Topps Update is essentially the same as Series 1

and Series 2, both of which were top of the line products. And since Topps does base sets so well, none
of that really will come as a surprise to anyone.

A quick wrap of Topps Update…the base cards are the same as Series 1 and 2, with traded players on

cards for their new team, key rookies getting their debuts and a series of cards from this year’s All-Star
Game festivities. Additionally, many of the great inserts that appeared in the first two series are here, as
well (I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – I can look at cards from insert sets like Vintage Legends and
The Cards Your Mom Threw Out all day, and both sets make me yearn for a return from the Topps Archives
and All-Time Fan Favorites
lines). The Million Card Giveaway also returns, with more code cards per box than ever before (and
if you are addicted to this promotion like I am, that is a great thing). The hits fall one per box, on average, with either a relic,
autograph or, in my case, a Silk parallel making up the chase cards. Of course, these are just icing on the cake.

As I said, this is a simple review to put together. If you are a fan of base sets, and a completist when it comes to those sets,
you probably already have a box of Topps Update. If you aren’t, you might want to get one anyway. This is just a box that is lots
of fun........................

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