1. The Entire 2021-2022 Kentucky Basketball Team Auto
The “Big Hit” in this Random Case Group Break was a doozy, featuring the current members of the Kentucky Men’s Basketball Team. 12 signatures in all, one of which can be the next Anthony Davis. Treasure Chest Autographed Memorabilia Breaks are great, there were Autographed Photos, Footballs, Mini Helmets, Mini Hockey Sticks and Jerseys were also pulled from Steel City’s cardboard treasure chest.
2. 2021 Upper Deck Artifacts Golf Tiger Woods
Andrew S. got a hole-in-one with this UD Artifacts Legendary PGA Tour Course Relics of Tiger Woods. The card features Tiger back in his Heyday of 1994 wearing the old school Golf Straw Hat. A throwback to when those hats were considered uncool, and when Tiger ruled links. The card itself is known to sell really well, and no one knows better than Real Breaks. No one can be Tee’d off about a Tiger Relic!
3. 1985 OPC Hockey Steve Larmer
GREAT SCOTT, Just Rip It has gone back to the future! In an action-packed break featuring tons of Famers and Greats, JRI ripped 1977 Topps Baseball, 1987 Fleer Basketball, 1958 Topps Basketball, and even a 1966 Topps Superman Wax Pack. We are featuring this OPC Larmer not because of its value or rarity, but because of its centering and quality. The cards from this pack looked flawless, as did the Larmer. OPC cards stay in good shape, which is good because it’s not every day you see a card with French and English on it.
4. 2022 Tristar Autographed Andre Ware Mini Helmet
Curtis A. basically had his own show on the Titan Cards stream. He had a personal Blind Box Opening from the latest Tristar Autographed Mini Helmet series all to himself.The Auto was that of Andre Ware, 1989 Heisman Trophy winner as quarterback for the University of Houston……and it was a UH helmet! In the NFL he spent 9 seasons with the Cowboys and departed in 2013 as the franchise’s all-time leader in quarterback sacks with 117. He also played 3 seasons in Denver, with whom he won Super Bowl 50.
5. 2021 Panini Flawless Pie Traynor Dual-Relic
Harold “Pie” Traynor was a gamer. He was a Manager, Scout and Radio Broadcaster, as well as a third baseman for the Pittsburgh Pirates the entirety of his playing career. He was born in 1898 and inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1948. This Dual-Relic pulled by Jaspy’s belongs in a Hall of Fame itself, with bat fragments dating back to the early 1900’s!