Pack Break: 2003 Topps Series 1

Written by Steve on March 22nd, 2011

In 2002, Rodriguez smashed the MLB record for homers by a shortstop (which he set only a year earlier) by belting 57.  A-Rod topped The Show in four-baggers as well as RBI (142) and total bases (389).  This 27-year-old, who powered five homers in successive August games, finished the season with 298.

Since then, A-Rod has hit 315 more homers, to bring his total up to 613.

2003 Topps Series 1:

  1. #49 Jason Simontacchi
  2. #101 Steve Cox
  3. #77 Miguel Tejada
  4. #127 Jason Isringhausen
  5. #39 Sidney Ponson
  6. #358 Alex Rodriguez (Sporting News All-Stars)
  7. #64 Mike Williams
  8. #116 Mark Mulder
  9. #53 Luis Castillo
  10. #211 Mike Lowell
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