Anyway, after two years of working on the 2012 Sega Card Gen set, I'm finally finished! Last week I noticed that two of the very last Sega Card Gen cards I needed were on eBay (and yes, they were sold by the guy who always sells SCG cards) and although they were pricey ($24 bucks for 2 freaking cards!?!) it was all for greater good as I can finally put the base set to rest.
And what where those cards that cost me $10 each you may ask?
Well the first one is Gio Gonzalez.
The second is former Yankees farmhand Tyler Clippard.
For whatever reason, the Nationals in 2012 Sega Card Gen are really hard to come across. Especially these two. In fact, these two cards were basically the reason this set took two years to complete. I managed to get all of the other cards in a matter of months but these cards took years.
But I have them now and that's all that matters. And because I finally have all 408 base cards in 2012 Sega Card Gen, I'm going to show the rest of them all in this post. I'll be going in the order these cards are arranged in on the checklist (which itself is in alphabetical order, American League teams first, Nationals League teams
BTW, I'm sorry if some of the cards are hard to see. I kinda scanned everything in a hurry and wasn't expecting all these size differences.
Baltimore Orioles: Cards 1-14
Boston Red Sox: Cards 15-28
Cleveland Indians: Cards 29-43
Chicago White Sox: Cards 44-55
Detroit Tigers: Cards 56-70
Kansas City Royals: Cards 71-83
Los Angeles Angels Of Anaheim: Cards 84-100
Minnesota Twins: 101-113
New York Yankees: Cards 114-128
Oakland Athletics: 129-138
Seattle Mariners: Cards 139-150
Tampa Bay Rays: Cards 151-164
Texas Rangers: Cards 165-179
Toronto Blue Jays: Cards 180-194
Arizona Diamondbacks: Cards 195-209
Atlanta Braves: Cards 210-223
Chicago Cubs: Cards 224-234
Cincinnati Reds: Cards 234-246
Colorado Rockies: Cards 247-260
Houston Astros: Cards 261-271
Los Angeles Dodgers: Cards 272-283
Miami Marlins: Cards 284-298
Milwaukee Brewers: Cards 299-311
New York Mets: Cards 312-325
Philadelphia Phillies: Cards 326-339
Pittsburgh Pirates: Cards 340-353
San Diego Padres: Cards 354-367
San Francisco Giants: Cards 368-380
St. Louis Cardinals: Cards 381-395
Washington Nationals: 396-408
Now that the 2012 SCG base set is done. I might (MIGHT) go after the exchange cards/short prints. I won't be going after the 60-card foil variation subset though, that's too expensive.
And for those of you who are wondering, I will NOT be going after the 2013 SCG set or the 2014 SCG set. In fact, I can safely say that I'll probably never chase another full set for a product that has over 50 cards ever again.
Now before I end this post, I'd just like to thank everybody who's helped me build this set and those of you who've supported me during this journey. And finally, in order to celebrate this joyous occasion, I'll be hosting my very first contest (as a blogger anyway). I haven't decided what I plan to do just yet, but look out for my contest post sometime tomorrow or on Sunday.
As always, thanks for stopping by and take care :).