Japanese English can be fun. There are plenty of loan words, and you've seen a lot of strange titles in cards. The latest BBM box set has 24 NPB players, past and present, known for their base-running ability. The art of stealing bases seems to dying, but BBM is drawing a little attention to this art with this issue.
The art of English parts of speech is a little lacking though: speed is a noun, meaning rapidity. "He has a lot of speed." Smart, in singular form at least, is an adjective. "He is very smart." Perhaps they forgot the s, because "He's got the smarts to know when to take second base and when to stay put" is certainly a natural sentence... in baseball, at least.
Being an English teacher, noticing awkward sentences or word groups is a big part of my job, so this title irks me a bit. I still like the release, and I might get a full base set this weekend.
Anyway, I complain, but as I said I still like it. Each box set contains the 24 base cards, plus one special card.
The Speed & Smart box set is limited to 3000 copies. There are 650 signed cards, meaning about 1:4.5 boxes have autographs. 1:6.25 boxes have the Combination die cuts; almost two-thirds of the boxes will have a parallel foil signature card.