a handful of rookies,
and 5 each of my two favorite parts of the set: the Team Checklists and the Ballparks,
The most common inserts were the Biography cards:
followed by the somewhat bland Portraits cards:
A poorly-scanned Supreme Jason Bay, a sick Verlander die cut that will go in my PC (Derek, I will be letting you know soon what I'll be replacing this and others with. You will not be dissappointed), and a spectacular Timberlake/Diaz Celebrity Predictors card that I know you all want.
The big hit of the blaster is a guaranteed jersey card:
That's Miggy jersey #2 of the break after the one in 2009 Spectrum.
As for the grandparents part of this post, we'll start with 2 16-card retail packs of 2010's father, 2009 Upper Deck.
Papelbon is a Blue Uncommon and J-Roll is a Gold Rare.
Now, let's go to 2010's great-grandfather, 2007 Upper Deck. There were 3 retail packs of 8 cards, all base:
Jayson Werth looks odd with limited facial hair.
Now let's go waaaay back and visit 2010's great-great-great-great-great-great-grandfather, 2002 Upper Deck, for one hobby pack of 8 cards.
I'm fairly certain this is the first 2002 UD I have ever seen.
Not a bad pair of inserts to finish up with.
...and 6 more teams hit the 50 mark.