New Bunt Inserts Unwrapped – 9/5

I want to apologize in advance for the lack of Bunt content as of late – been engrossed in the launch of Huddle. Football is my main gal, but I have since taken Baseball as someone I have started seeing on the side. Man, this has been a fun year. Lets get to it!

SR Corey Kluber Signature Series


Collectability: Extreme

Talk about coming out of nowhere. I literally cannot name another person on the Indians pitching staff right now, but Kluber is lights out. I had no idea who he was at the beginning of the season, and he has quickly made a name for himself. As a 600 level sig, he is going to be hot at first, but will cool off. Watch out trading your 350 and 400s for him unless you have to have it.

Key Cards


Collectability: Varies
Playability: Varies

I dont usually cover the weekly insert sets, but this one intrigues me. I like the idea of collecting a set to get access to another card, but not crazy about having to pay to pull them through more packs. I get the idea is like a velvet rope to get into a VIP club, but its odd. We will see how this plays out as the cards are trading well. For the good players in the set, I am seeing people give up some nicer stuff, and you can bet that once the main card starts getting pulled, those will go for a lot more.

SR Phillies No Hitter Milestone


Collectability: Strong+
Playability: N/A

I love these cards, as I think they represent the best parts of the game. Everyone loves a no hitter, but its cool when multiple people combine to make it happen. This card was relatively unexpected, but definitely welcome because they trade so well. Kershaw No No is still one of the tougher non-sig inserts to chase down, and at less than 500 copies, this will be hard too. Lots of Phillies fans out there will want to have it.

I want to reassure everyone that I am not giving up on Bunt by any means, but I will have more Huddle content now that everything is up and running. I would check out the game, it is pretty fun for sure.

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