As a rule, baseball cards are easy to put in order. Card companies put a number on the back and you put them order. Maybe you have the whole set, maybe it's a team set. Either way, you just put them in number order and you're done.
Sometimes, you get a few crazy cards just like these.
Sure, they look like normal Ginter minis. They are not. They are hiding a dirty little secret.
You see, these minis don't have numbers. So sad, I just don't know how I'll put these in order without numbers.
Derek Holland doesn't have a number either.
Prince Fielder didn't have a good start with the Rangers and his mini doesn't have a number.
I guess I'll just have to live with these pesky no number minis. At least I know there are only 49 others out there in baseball card land.
This Joe Mauer mini has a number. Unfortunately I might add. I just showed it to complete the package I received from an Ebay seller who had all the no number Rangers. Joe's happy. I'm happy.