This is one, I don't have pictures of the others. Well actually there are 4 here, but the only one that matters is the Mattingly. There is a seller on ebay that I swear has busted 12-15 cases of 2008 Masterpieces Baseball. I have bought a ton from him in the last couple of weeks and today this appeared on the bay.
Part of being a rare set collector is jumping on cards when you see them. When this was posted I took a chance and emailed the seller. You see there is another set collector out there and Mattingly has a huge following. In fact, the last one of these I saw went for $13 or so. I was concerned a bidding war might erupt. Anyway I asked him/her if they had any more greens besides this one and would they sell this one to me. The return offer was $5....Sold! And, he said he had Cal Ripken 92 and Nolan Ryan 102. I had struck gold.
They had one more that I bought for a total of $22.50 shipped. Remember, I paid $25 ish for the brown Nolan Ryan and I stick to my view that it was a good price. As I said at the time 1:24 cases for the Ryan brown. The Greens are a bit more rare /75 instead of /100. About 3 per case, thus 1:40ish cases to pull a Ryan, Ripken or Mattingly. Thus the chances for me to actually pull all 3 is very very small 1:6400ish or so. Basically, pulling the three out of one particular case at random is statistically improbable in the print run.