The Astros are well-represented in this pack. I don't have much to say about Mr. Wagner. He was a 5 time All-Star and in 2009 had 0 saves for the first time in his career, if you don't count 1995 when he had 0.1 IP with Houston.
Brad Ausmus, Astros. When you only get 4 cards in a pack and two of them are Astros, that won't make a Rangers fan real happy. However, I DO like the refractor and the black refractor is even better. These fall 1:10 packs so I'm not complaining.
According to the stats on the back of this card, Mr. Mulder was 64-34 after his first 4 seasons. That is a very nice start to a career. He would win 33 games the next two seasons, only 6 in 2006 and none since. Unfortunately, injuries would soon plague Mulder and he missed the entire 2009 season rehabbing from shoulder surgery. According to the Milwaukee Sentinel Journal, he may be a Brewer in 2010.
Hmmm...let's see, two Astros, an Athletic and what could possibly top this pack off but a Yankee. It looks like Mariano Rivera has an otherworldly aura around him. Oh, he does. I know that any card photo that includes the pitching screen is wrong. Just wrong.
2004 Topps Chrome Series 2--4 cards
According to a the write up on this product, there are hot packs falling at a rate of 1 per hobby box. "PARALLEL HOT PACK - ONE HOT PACK PER BOX! HOBBY EXCLUSIVE! Hot packs contain 2 Gold-Bordered Refractors, 1 Black-Bordered Refractor and 1 HOBBY HOT PACK EXCLUSIVE All-American Refractor parallel card". So...
Gold Refractor Jamie Moyer, Mariners. The gold refractors fall 1:9 packs. Unless you get a hot pack...!
Torii Hunter Black Refractor, Twins. This one I like. Actually, I like all the shininess these packs provided. Alright, bring on 2010 Topps!