This is the type of thing I normally stay away from, at least until it ends up being picked through by a year's worth of pack searchers and those creepy people at stores that feel the need to touch everything they lay their eyes on. Once that $1.59 sticker gets slapped on it, the curiosity starts to churn within me. This time, I didn't have to wait for that to happen. I dropped by our area monthly card show the other day and one guy had a table full of nothing but retail packs and boxes at a discounted price. I grabbed this pack for $2 and opened it here, for you, on the internet. I don't really know anything about this set other than that it has two names for some strange reason.
74 - Jimmy Rollins (He's a champion. He has a stupid nickname. He is a SHORTSTOP.)
151 - Fall of the Berlin Wall (History? Yep. Baseball history? Nope.)
128 - Carlos Muniz (RC) (The design for the rookies reminds you that he is a rookie. Twice.)
CSC-WS - C.C. Sabathia / Dontrelle Willis Cut From the Same Cloth 334/799 (Why does this card exist? This design was obviously made for jersey swatches, right? They would go where the gold team logos are, I assume. Willis is pictured in his Florida uniform, but with a Tigers logo, which means they probably only have pieces of his Marlins jersey to spare. Also, what do these guys have to do with each other? They're both pitchers... that's it.)
147 - Luis Mendoza (RC) (Ditto for what I said about rookies up above. I think it's pretty strange that there are any cards of rookies in a set that is as pompously named as this.)