I like to call this pack break "The Unsuccessful Search for Kershaw" (spoiler alert). Remember back in the days of multiple card companies with licenses (after 2005) that there was a limit on how many sets a company could produce each year?
Because of this, this strange hybrid packing system was created where there was a Topps Heritage High Number series (the first of its kind) packaged with two cards from the Update and Highlights series, even though there was already a separate Update and Highlights series. This was ostensibly done so that the Heritage High Numbers series wasn't counted as a separate release, but rather a "supplementary" release to keep those license limits numbers down. Of course, that whole story might be wrong.....
Because of this weird hybrid system, there was a double opportunity for a rookie pull of the top pitcher in baseball, Clayton Kershaw. I dove in eagerly and awaited the ultimate disappointment.
The Mike Jacobs is another chrome parallel card /1959, and I got the "hit" of the box with a Curtis Granderson Clubhouse Collection jersey card. This was back when Granderson was known for joining the 20-20-20-20 club rather than being a power hitter on the New York teams. Did you know that he is now a member of the 300 HR club?
This also shows the perils of chasing hits for a brand not known for it. I was satisfied to chase a base card (or two), and instead was pleasantly surprised by the results even with ultimate prize not attained.