2013 Bowman Platinum Card Experience

I grew up collecting sports cards mainly baseball cards. I found this to be an enjoyable hobby. I collected my favorite players and the top rookies at the time. This is a hobby, which I never let go and it has carried over into adulthood. I still purchase cards from time to time hoping for a special find. On this particular day I decided to go by Target and went to the sports card section of the store. When I arrived, there were some rack packs of 2013 Bowman Platinum Baseball that caught my eye. A 2013 Bowman Platinum Baseball rack pack contains 3 - 4 card retail packs of cards and one – 3 card Purple refractor Pack of cards. I would receive 15 total cards. I decided to purchase rack pack and will describe my find below;

  • Pack #1: I opened the pack and found the following cards; Bubba Starling, Cole Hamels, Jered Weaver and a Die-Cut Danny Hultzen. The cards are glossy and look nice. I got a nice looking Die-Cut card of a top Seattle mariner prospect.
  • Pack#2: I opened the pack and found the following cards; Darin Ruf rookie, Robert Stephenson chrome refractor, Joey Votto and Gavin Cecchini. I grew up a Cincinnati Reds fan, so it was good to get two Reds in the same pack. My smile grew.
  • Pack#3: I opened the pack and the following cards: Tyrone Taylor, Hanley Ramirez Die-Cut, Miguel Cabrera and Jake Marisnick. I got another Die cut Card, which is a good thing.
  • Purple Refractor Pack: I opened the pack and the following cards: Christian Yelich, Travis D'arnaud and Byron Buxton. Byron Buxton is the 2014 top prospect in baseball according to Baseball America so that’s a good find.

Overall I am quite pleased with the look of the 2013 Bowman Platinum retail baseball cards. It would have been nice to get an autographed card, but the two Die-Cut cards, the purple Byron Buxton card and the Reds cards made me smile. I plan to go and get a blaster of 2013 Bowman Platinum Baseball. Hopefully the find will be even greater.



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