I'm not necessarily a Ginter collector. I'm not much of a set builder either.
However - A&G is such a staple within the collecting world that I have a hard time not grabbing a blaster when I see one. This was my first and likely only A&G purchase this year and I had a lot of fun breaking it.
Everything below is available for trade.
2019 Allen & Ginter Blaster Box: Blends well with my granite.
Here are the baseball minis. My strange magnetic attraction with Jacob DeGrom continues. Really cool border on this mini.
Trevor Bauer rocking the "I just got traded to a non-contender" look.
Non-baseball minis. Giraffes are cool. So are weiner dogs! I believe that some of these are retail exclusive. If you're building a set or if you have any interest in these what-so-ever, please drop me a line.
The aviation inserts are pretty sweet. I wouldn't necessarily consider myself an aviation guy, but I can certainly appreciate some nice artwork. The top insert is titled "Man, I wish that's how my lawn looked. Plus an airplane."
I grew up near a historic race track. I have fond childhood memories of visiting the track and placing 10 cent bets on different horses. The picks were always based off name, color, and other completely meaningless traits.
Quarter horses are super speedy in very short distances. They get their name from that notion - they can beat almost any breed in a quarter mile race, and they can eclipse 50 mph.
The interestingly biblical/mythological "Incredible Equipment" inserts.
I'll leave you with a nice little rookie. The kid has a ton to learn, but he's certainly getting his shot at the MLB level this season. A sub .300 on base percentage won't cut it for ever. Pulling for him.
Overall, very average retail box. Sadly no Pirates.
Everything here is for trade. If any of these cards can help fill a void in your set, or a void in your life, drop a comment or an email.
Thanks for reading!