I am a bit behind, so here is one package which was about as random as things can get. Behold:
2. 1987 Topps Leaders Bruce Hurst. Hurst had become a second ace in 1986 to Roger Clemens. He was an All Star in 1987 and eventually left to join the San Diego Padres.
3. 1995 Flair Frank Rodriguez. I remember when Rodriguez was Boston's top prospect. It did not work out well. He struggled in 1995 and then was traded to Minnesota for Rick Aguilera.
4. 1998 Upper Deck Documentary Jason Varitek. Yay, a new Varitek card. These have been a little rare lately. Varitek remains the player of whom I have the most cards. For now.
5. 1987 Fleer Limited Edition Marty Barrett. Barrett was coming off of a terrific 1986 postseason in which he won the ALCS MVP and racked up a bunch of hits in the World Series.
6. 2014 Topps Jonny Gomes. I miss Gomes. He was a great clubhouse presence.
7. 1995 Flair Wave of the Future Vaughn Eshelman. Eshelman was a brief flash in the pan in 1995 when he pitched shutout innings in his first start and won his first three.
8. 2008 Upper Deck Documentary Gold Jason Bay. I liked the Documentary set for the number of cards, but the fact that they were a bunch of the same pictures over and over is kind of a turnoff.
9. 2008 Upper Deck Documentary Gold Jason Varitek. Another Tek card.
11. 2008 Upper Deck Documentary All Star Dustin Pedroia. Pedroia won the MVP in 2008 after the Rookie of the Year in 2007. For the first time, it is questionable whether he will be back in Boston in 2015.
12. 2014 Topps Gold Shane Victorino. After a great season in 2013, Victorino only played in 30 games this season. Boston's outfield is pretty full going into next season, who knows if Victorino will be back?