2014 Panini Classics Andrew McCutchen Auto /149
I've mentioned a lot that Cutch hasn't signed much of anything since he evolved into one of the better players in the league. Probably just the result of demand skyrocketing. Several years back I was relentless in my quest to find his auto releases. For the most part I consider my collection fairly complete as I have most of his non parallel releases. The only card I feel that I really need to have is the Bowman Aflac rookie, but it is very expensive.
With all that being said a few newer Cutch autos have found their way into Panini sets thanks to sticker autos. I'm not as against sticker autos as some as it helps lower the cost. If this auto was a standard Topps on card auto the price would probably be in the 75-125 range. This Panini Classics ran me $43 shipped. Still a pretty high price, but put into context of what a normal Cutch auto costs I'll take it.
I'll be back to a more normal blogging schedule Saturday. I'm flying back home tonight and will be attending the West Virginia Black Bears first game tomorrow. I'm very excited for that.
Thanks for reading!