Tuesday, March 8, 2011

New Collecting Goal: 2010 Topps Pro Debut Yankees

I don't know why, but the more I sit with it, the more I like and want to collect the Yankees base cards from 2010 Topps Pro Debut set. I know that this set got a lot of mixed reactions, but overall, I like it. I love the usage of minor league logos and the fact that these look like 2010 Topps otherwise. I'm not sure if I'll just work to complete the set or perhaps use these for TTM, but for now please let me know if you have any to spare. I have a handful of these already, but I think I'll start from scratch.

I don't know much about this set - if these are considered actual RC's or not. I'm not too worried about it. For now, I'd just like to add some future (hopefully) Yankee cards to my collection.

Series One:
9 Chris Smith
34 David Adams
35 Jeremy Bleich
38 Garrison Lassiter
42 Brett Mitchell
44 D.J. Mitchell
71 Melky Mesa
77 Slade Heathcott
85 Luke Murton
106 Deangelo Mack
117 J.R. Murphy
125 Corban Joseph
156 Graham Stoneburner
175 Jimmy Paredes
179 Damon Sublett
202 Manuel Banuelos
209 Jose Pirela
212 Dan Kapala
216 David Phelps
Series Two:
221 Jesus Montero
260 Cito Culver
262 Jose Ramirez
306 Marcos Vechionacci
321 Adam Warren
337 Austin Romine
350 Hector Noesi
422 Zoilo Almonte

Please shoot me an email if you have any for trade. Thanks!

1 comment:

  1. You know, after looking at these cards, I might just give them a go, too.

    I'm with you - I like how they use the minor league logos with the 2010 Topps design. And I don't think they're considered rookie cards because the "official" definition of rookie card is the player's first major league card.