Need Sports Card Group Breaks? Try MojoBreak.com!

SportsCardBlog.net has come to an agreement with MojoBreak.com to help bring you more information about one of the greatest fads in the hobby of sports cards today…group breaks.

Mojo Break is one of the premier group break sites on the web as well as one of the safest. They have been bringing you group breaks online for quite sometime now and have built up quite the reputation.

If you don’t know what group breaks are, you pay a low amount of money for a slot in a box or case of sports cards. That money either gives you a “draft” position to draft the top cards from the product or gives you a team in which you will receive all cards from. It’s a great way to collect cards and save a little bit of money at the same time if you aren’t into buying entire boxes of cards.

We will have a link on the sidebar for upcoming hot products that you will want to check out if you are interested in group breaks.

So check out MojoBreak.com now today for your next group break and see if you can’t get some of that mojo!

2011 Topps Monopoly Baseball

Something that his been moving like a virus across the baseball blogosphere is the preview and reveal of 2011 Topps Monopoly baseball. I mean, have you seen the YouTube video of this product yet?

Absolutely amazing.

The first time I read about this product is on one of my favorite sports card blogs, The Mojo Beard. Make sure to check their site for a full blown preview of the product. I would do a preview myself, but I wouldn’t do it as much great justice as Beardy could over on his blog.

This product looks stacked and you should go to Wal-Mart or whatever and try and find a box.

OMG! More preview images leakedĀ  of 2011 Topps Monopoly baseball!

Speaking of boxes, Brent and Becca are opening up like 35 cases of 2011 Allen & Ginter. Some may call them crazy, but I would call them genius. Especially since I got dibs on Oregon and Connecticut if they pull either one of those state cards. That is quite possibly the biggest case break of any product I have ever seen. I can’t even afford to get one case of Allen & Ginter. I just want to open one! I do have my box coming in for the Gint-A-Cuffs contest so let’s hope for a victory in my part of opening up the product!

Keep on truckin’ ladies and gentlemen. I’m going to take a nap.