Friday, April 8, 2022

Coffee Break:2022 Topps Inception

Dealing with a little bit of a stomach bug today hasn't stopped me from posting for the first time in a week.

Nor has it stopped me from having a cup of coffee with today's post.

Today's Coffee Break will be a box of 2022 Topps Inception baseball which recently was released.

*takes a sip, gets ready to rip*
In every box of 2022 Topps Inception baseball is one pack of 7 cards. Each box comes two base card parallels and one autograph or autograph patch card. Boxes run roughly $175-$200.

The base card set is built up of 100 cards featuring today's stars and tomorrow's future.

The design this year is a bit wonky compared to past releases that had artsy looks to it. This background looks like something out of the 80's and 90's.

You will find two parallels per box and here are the ones you can find,
Green /125, Magenta /99, Red /75, Orange /50, Blue /25, and Inception 1/1.

I pulled two greens, but I don't see where they are numbered. Hmmm......Either way, that Gleyber is a sharp card.


I don't have a lot of luck with this product with pulling top players, at least this year I pulled a non pitcher in Andrew Vaughn. The card is also an Orange parallel /25.

Inception is a nice-looking product, but, if I was going to completely honest with you, buy into a box break on this one. There are some really tough boxes to swallow out there for the price. 

Your thoughts on this product and my break welcomed below.

I hope my stomach starts to feel better as the day goes on, I am better now than I was yesterday. Maybe the coffee is helping.

*Coffee Card Blogger Out*


  1. Ugh, I hope you feel better soon--I hate dealing with stomach stuff!

    The Vaughn is a pretty decent auto pull, I think.

    Will you please let me know if the Cronenworth is available?

  2. I think I'll have a coffee to wash down the results of that break.

  3. Inception is usually one of the nicest looking sets out there. This version seems not quite up to par. It's certainly not bad-looking, but not beautiful either.

  4. Awesome box! One former Athletic... and two current Padres. Looks good to me.

  5. No pitcher? Thats a win in my book!

  6. Hope you're feeling better by now. Thanks for showing off the cards!


Cards and coffee go together like PB&J, so don't you and leaving a comment below. Take a sip and let me know your thoughts!