*coffee is ready and so am I on this beautiful Saturday morning*
The sun is out and I am pumped for the first day that may reach into the 70's here. Sounds like a good day to go hit a ball with a bat. Well for me, it's wiffle ball these days and even then, my arm feels like I pitched 100 innings when I am done.
But before I go and throw my arm out, let's do a quick Coffee Break!
*takes a sip, begins to rip*
Every box of 2021 Topps Tier One comes with 3 cards. The three cards are all hits and comes with two autographs and one relic card per. Boxes run just under $200 so it's the same high end product it always has been.
*takes a sip before opening up the pack, ripping resumes now*
First card, Chris Taylor Tier One relics
Rookie Breakout autograph of Ryan Jeffers
Prime Performers autograph of Mark Buehrle
*takes a sip before finishing up today's post*
Overall, that was a bit painful. Almost $200 on a pitcher autograph (as you know I am not a fan of landing a pitcher autograph as its the same as landing an offensive lineman in football) and a relic and a rookie I hadn't heard of. But, once again, that's all apart of the gamble that is Tier One.
I will say though, there are some HOME RUN hits in Tier One with Bat Knobs, Cut Signatures of legends and big name autographs throughout. Tier One has the hits, you just have to have the luck.
Ratings (ratings based on 1-5 🍵 on this break. Ratings are not based on overall product run)
*takes a sip, begins to stretch out the arm but first gotta take care of laptop, cards and of course not leave any coffee behind. Coffee Card blogger out*