This feels like a bit of a different release. I remember seeing a lot about the Hobby Boxes for this, mentioning one autograph per pack, in a ten pack box. There were only seven cards per pack, and the boxes were priced as you’d expect for that many autographs. I didn’t really expect to see it pop up for a reasonable base price at retail. If you’re a set collector, retail is definitely the way to go. While a hobby box would get you 70 cards, 10 of which are autographs for almost $200, a blaster box gets you 72 cards + 1 relic for normal blaster pricing.
There isn’t really a standard base set here. Instead, you get two different base inserts, Roster Cards and Matches & Moments. Each of them has a full assortment of parallels, as well. The box contains one single pack, rather than a number of packs like most blaster boxes seem to have.
This box contained:
33 Base Matches & Moments (66% of set)
35 Base Roster (70% of set)
2 Base Matches & Moments Bronze Parallels
2 Base Roster Bronze Parallels
1 Mat Relic Autographs Johnny Gargano 8/10