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Box Busters: 2010 Allen & Ginter baseball (with gallery) by Chris Olds

We’ve busted the world’s first two boxes of 2010 Allen & Ginter baseball cards from Topps about a week before its official release and, as always, they were absolutely loaded with eccentric inclusions in the style of the 1880s tobacco set of “World’s Champions.”

How eccentric and unusual? Well, enough we broke our Box Busters video into two parts so you can soak it all up as Beckett Baseball‘s Chris Olds and Brian Fleischer do the same.

And, because we know Allen & Ginter is a big, big deal to many of you, we have added a gallery of more than 40 cards found in the boxes so you can get a good look.

We’ll have more about the set later in the week.

See all of it after the jump.

PART ONE

PART TWO

CARD GALLERY BELOW (Click for a closer look.)

Chris Olds is the editor of Beckett Baseball. Have a comment, question or idea? Send an e-mail to him at colds@beckett.com. Follow him on Twitter by clicking here.

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The art of war you’re thinking of is by Sun Tzu. I think Machiavelli wrote a book with that title too.

Comment by Lindas1st

Is that Ethier or Tom Jones?

Comment by Anonymous

Two boxes and no Strasburg? Are you sure he’s even in A&G?

And what’s the Ginter Code challenge this year?

Comment by Chris Harris

Since there is an absence of female underwear being thrown, I’m going to say that it is Richard Simmons and not Either.

Comment by Monty




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