Rookie Card Guide

Profiling our top 3 favorite rookie cards of each player.

The Amazing Ichiro Suzuki does it again (and a look at his popular rookie cards)

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What a career it’s been for Miami Marlins’ Ichiro Suzuki.
Back in Safeco playing against the Seattle Mariners, the 43-year-old hit a homerun, which might possibly be his last in the stadium where he started his Major League career. It was also on the same night the Mariners honored him with a bobblehead.
Ichiro, of course, made a big impact when he played for Seattle from 2001 to 2012 including setting the hits record in a single season with 262.
He also belongs to the exclusive 3,000-career hit club.
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Derek Jeter and his three top rookie cards

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Almost synonymous with the word New York Yankees captain is the name Derek Jeter.
That’s saying something with the rich history this club has with so many legends associated with the Bronx Bombers.
But there’s no denying Jeter belongs up there and so we pick our three favorite rookie cards belonging to him
Screen Shot 2017-03-11 at 3.04.21 PM.png1993 SP Derek Jeter rookie card #279
We’re not going against the grain here. This is probably the most valuable, most iconic rookie card belonging to Derek Jeter.
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