Well.....our worst fears came true. All three boxes were rather weak as the autos were all on the low end variety. Normally when we get together at least one of us pull a card in which we declare a winner of the best box. It was really hard to determine who got the best.
As you can see not much in the way of quality. I do like the McCutchen diecut insert, but I've pulled that card already. The best card was most likely the Almonte rookie /50. It was the lowest numbered card from the break. We determined that Micah pulled the best card which was an Andrew Heaney numbered to 199 auto. In terms of value it leaves something to be desired, but Heaney is a big time arm and has a ton of potential. It is likely he could join the Marlins staff next year.
This break really didn't change my impression of Chrome. It is always a fun break for a decent price. You just have the same type of gamble as if you were buying a Bowman product. My biggest complaint is that Chrome has a lot of autos of guys that are not even prospects. Lots of low end reliever type of prospects were used as filler. Either way it was a fun night of talking sports and drinking of a few good beers. I even acquired some trade bait from Micah in a fun in person trade.
As always any of these cards are for trade.