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The Best Pulls of the Week – Week of 7.11.22

We've got the best pulls of last week! The Vintage Breaks Team welcomed themselves to their brand new studio with a BANGER! A 1 of 1 Trout Patch Auto with the full Majestic logo AND the MLB Hologram sticker!

1. 2021 Topps Dynasty

Sam and the Vintage Breaks Team welcomed themselves to their brand new studio with a BANGER! A 1 of 1 Trout Patch Auto with the full Majestic logo AND the MLB Hologram sticker! It doesn’t get much better than that for Jacob, the lucky winner, and it’s safe to say Sam is the ruler of the new VB Roost in Millburn, NJ, for now. The gang celebrated, got some local press, and then went right back to work Breaking BOMBS.

2. 2022 Topps Definitive Baseball Hobby Box

After contemplating for quite some time, Mrs ChiCity Pulls picked Box 3, from the 3, fresh from-the-factory 2022 Definitive Baseball Boxes on screen. Mr ChiCity Pulls was nervous about Breaking this High-End Topps product. Definitinive Boxes go for around $2,000 retail at the moment. The suspense was worth it. This On-Card Auto, Game-Used Patch of the Hall of Fame Legend was just one of many Hits from this Brand New Hit-Heavy Box.

3. 2022 Topps Definitive Baseball

This Green Rookie Auto of Rays’ hopeful Vidal Brujan was a sight. Vidal’s image is raised and looks almost 3D, while a very large Auto takes up most of the bottom half of this card numbered to 25. In between, is the iconic RC stamp, but on this Definitive card is not a stamp at all, it’s a Medallion! Truly a mesmerizing card, and the whole lot from this 1-Box Break looked good too. Harry was a Happy Camper, he had the Tampa Bay Rays in this Jaspy’s Case Breaks Pick Your Team.

4. Khabib Nurmagomedov 

Khabib, better known as Hasbulla’s Sidekick, took the belt in this 1-Box 2022 UFC Select Hobby Box Break. The Gold Auto of the already Legendary Russian Mixed Martial Artist went to Terry with the 8 spot (It was a Left Side Serial # Break). “That’s how you do it” exclaimed the Wolfe’s Card Breaker, and he’s not wrong.

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