2011 Donruss Elite Extra Edition hobby box [$110 each at a card shop] - my biggest problem with EEE is it tends to be a little pricey even with six autographs per 20 pack box.
It's an unlicensed baseball product for the sport that probably weeds out more 'never has beens' than produces guys - who become multiple All-Star perfomers at the highest level.
I realize box prices may fluctuate, but I've got to pay if I want to play right now and ultimately everything is tied into the autograph pulls - I'm probably be stuck with autographs of players I have to wait on as far as getting their professional baseball careers going [not to mention the other players who were drafted / signed during the last several years].
#100 Bryson Miles
#169 Danry Vasquez
#168 Adam Davis
#8 Jake Sisco / Jake Lowery - Building Blocks insert
#13 Trevor Cahill - Donruss / Panini doesn't get 'extra credit' for updating 'Oakland' with 'Arizona' as far as listing Cahill with his new team.
#26 Jordan Akins
#83 Brian Flynn
#163 Mariekson Gregorious
#3 Gerrit Cole / Trevor Bauer - Building Blocks insert
#25 Jay Bruce - these base cards are sort of refreshing to see even if they are only licensed by the player's association and not Major League Baseball.
#70 J.R. Graham
#151 Anthony Meo
#166 Alan DeRatt
#7 Justin Bour - certified autograph serial #'d 185/784
#24 Troy Tulowitzki
#15 Brad Miller
#72 Riccio Torrez
##175 Jamaine Cotton
#1 Josh Hamilton - die-cut Status parallel serial #'d 077/100
#40 Taylor Featherston
#159 Pierre LaPage
#171 Hernan Perez
#2 Josh Bell - Elite Series insert
#23 Andy Dirks