UD didn't allude in all that 'happy happy joy joy' to the utter-lack-of-logos aspect of their fiefdom.
And my goodness, the company certainly goes go to great twisting lengths not to show logos!
Wait a minute, the letter C is visible!:
On the upbeat front, hey Darryl Strawberry, you better watch it! Yessirree Mr. Strawbs, there's a promising hitter with the current best name in baseball, Tyler Flowers,
INTERMISSION: In the video below, around 3:15 is the Lucy/Harpo mirror sequence. Why can't there be comedy like this anymore?:
Back to the massively non-logo cardboard. The inserts for this set are said to include Gold Parallels numbered to 99. Didn't see that but there was a lot of other head-scratch inducing stuff. For instance:
Why why why? And what use have we for baseball cards such as this?:
All right, sure, maybe we'd be less mystified if it was David Wright surrounded by, say, orange and blue flames. Maybe, but we doubt it. By the way, there was NARY A MET in this box!
nary a met nary a met nary a met nary a met nary a met
Ok, moving on. Here are a few from the 200-card “Season Biography” collection:
Little headshots are plunked down in several places on these cards. Sometimes that's good, and sometimes
Then there's the 100-gold subset:
You know that JERSEY CARD INSIDE blaster message?
We were, once again, White-Bit-Hafnered:
Upper Blecch victim non-logo-ladenly twistily signing off.