OSGB: 2002 Fleer Box Score Packs 1-6

Here it is folks, the final box of our Old School Group Break. I selected 2002 Fleer Box Score to finish off the break for a couple of reasons. First, despite having an awful-looking base set, there are some unique inserts/game-used cards that I thought you folks might find interesting. Secondly, there are 3 game-used cards per 18 pack box and a special boxtopper that contains 40 serially numbered cards PLUS one game-used card. This boxtopper is the surprise I mentioned earlier and will go to one of you as well, but I’ll save that for the end. Let’s get to the packs.

Pack 1:
A.J. Burnett
C.C. Sabathia
Matt Morris (What? It should’ve been Mark Teixeira to complete the pattern.)
Greg Maddux
Trevor Hoffman
Preston Wilson
FOR THE RANGERS (Brad): an Amazing Greats insert of Rafael Palmeiro
These Amazing Greats inserts also come with a jersey variation (that we’ll probably see later), a dual jersey variation, and a patch variation (/150).

Pack 2:
Jay Gibbons
Curt Schilling
Paul LoDuca
Cliff Floyd
Toby Hall
FOR THE ASTROS (Greg): a Press Clippings Jeff Bagwell jersey
There’s actually a much harder to find version of this card that DOESN’T have jersey swatch, ironic huh?

Pack 3:
Ryan Klesko
Shannon Stewart
Alex Rodriguez
Phil Nevin
Craig Biggio
Paul Konerko
Kerry Wood

Pack 4:
Johnny Damon
Richie Sexson
Chipper Jones
Billy Koch
Randy Johnson
Chris Singleton
Ray Durham

Pack 5:
Pokey Reese
Jorge Posada
Rich Aurilia
Jim Edmonds
Tim Hudson
Bret Boone
FOR THE DIAMONDBACKS (Jeff): a First Edition Luis Gonzalez parallel (027/100)
By the way, these are what the base look like. The First Edition parallel just has foil in the gray areas.

Pack 6:
Mike Piazza
David Justice
Darin Erstad
Eric Milton
John Smoltz
Ben Grieve
FOR THE RED SOX (Adam): a Jorge De La Rosa prospect (0601/2499)
Another card for Adam. He certainly won’t be in the drawing for the box set. There are plenty more goodies in this box so stay tuned.

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