One of my favorite blogland activities is the group break. In March I was involved in 6 different ones (3 have concluded, 1 in progress, 2 yet to begin). My favorite is always Colbey's breaks over at Cardboard Collections. For a very reasonable price (perhaps even too reasonable), you can pick up some nice older cards of your favorite team. I was happy with the price so I picked up another team in addition to my Rockies. This month based on the boxes being busted, I grabbed the Toronto Blue Jays and came away very happy. The Jays were one of the most successful teams in the break, since he broke 1994 Fleer, Score, and Collector's Choice boxes and Toronto won their 2nd World Series in a row in 1993. Let's check out my new "Jay bait."
Overall for my $5 (second team price) investment in the Blue Jays, I got all these cards plus approximately 100 more (including dupes). I think I did quite well and that's not even including the Rockies which I will show in Part Two of this break hopefully tomorrow. All of these cards excluding the Garner and the Olerud Pro Visions are for trade if you are interested.