Included were many event based cards - St. Louis Cardinals NLDS Game #5, Jim Thome 8th ever to hit 600 homeruns (checklist card), and Bill Mazeroski's walk off. I liked the Cardinals card while the Thome card looks like a normal card with the event at the bottom and a checklist on the back. Also in the pack were a golden moment (Joey Votto), gold standard (Frank Robinson) and golden great card (Babe Ruth) - I see a theme here though none of these were exceptionally attractive. A Timeless Talents card pairing Joe Morgan and Brandon Phillips was a nice card. A couple of league leaders cards were also in the pack. Nothing special but I do like that the back contains the top 10 in the category and not just the top 3 shown on the front.
Again a nice set. All pictures were in game photos so no spring training staged shots. While the photos are very good I think the backs were my favorites. Includes all the player's stats, quite a bit of information on the player himself, and of course the requisite Topps banter when room permits. Below are a few of the highlights. Pick up a pack if trading cards are something that interest you.
Brent Lillibridge, #228 is another great action shot.