Gypsy Queen boxes have two relics and and two autographs. My two relics were pretty ho hum, but I was pleased to see a copy of former Durham Bulls star Alex Cobb in my pair of relics. Elvis is okay too. The Andrus is a mini framed relic while the Cobb is just the regular relic card. Neither card is serial numbered.
My autographs were hit and miss with one really cool pull and another autograph that was a duplicate from my first box. The duplicate was Jeremy Hefner who is currently not playing after undergoing Tommy John surgery and then was non-tendered by the Mets. Heffner was a pretty good pitcher for Buffalo in the International League in 2012 posting a 2.77 ERA and a 1.05 WHIP in 9 starts, so maybe he will bounce back somewhere later this summer.
My other autograph was the real prize out of this box of Gypsy Queens:
This Adam Jones autograph is limited to just 25 copies. He also seems to be one of those players who signs a lot, but I never seem to land a card of the O's talented outfielder. I love the darker frame and the on-card autograph is sweet. This card is a keeper all the way. Outside of the Jones autograph I did manage to pull two other cool cards out of the box. Both of the same player.....
This is the regular Jose Abreu rookie card which is a short printed high number card. If you have not checked out Abreu this year he is having a great year playing first base for the White Sox. At this moment he is battling Albert Pujols for the American League lead in home runs. "You can put it on the board"
I also managed to pull a copy of Jose Abreu's miniature card from the Gypsy Queen box. This copy is the variation of the mini which features Abreu wearing the White Sox Sunday Softball Specials. Why is there not a picture of Lamar Hoyt airbrushed into the background?