I hate to do this, but I'm calling shenanigans against Tuff Stuff.
Yesterday on their Bustin' Wax blog, Tuff Stuff posted a box break of Upper Deck's new Spectrum baseball, and they were shocked (SHOCKED!) that their box yielded seven game jersey's and four autographs.
You're only supposed to get two autographs and two gamers in a box.
Rut ro, Raggy!
While such "Hot Boxes" are not unusual for Spectrum (collector's are reporting that each 14-box case has one) what's unusual is how Tuff Stuff may have acquired this particular box.
Read the review a little closer, and you'll notice that price they "paid" for the box was "about $135 per box."
An interesting choice of words there, eh? "About" $135?
That one little word leads me to assume that Tuff Stuff may not have paid for this box at all -- which may explain why they got a Hot Box.
Is this another case of "Upper Deck Card-Ola?" (i.e. Beckett-Gate?)