baseball rookie cards
The wait is over with Cincinnati Reds top prospect Nick Senzel now in the Major Leagues.
As the second-overall 2016 draft pick, there are high expectations for Senzel to produce, especially with the Reds off to a slow start in 2019.
Back in 2017, the rookie that was getting 99% of the headlines was none other than Aaron Judge of the New York Yankees.
But on the west coast, playing for another historic team – the Los Angeles Dodgers – Cody Bellinger was having a great rookie season too.
What an amazing career by the original Japanese sensation Ichiro Suzuki who collected more than 3,000 hits during his MLB career (after nine seasons playing in Japan!)
To acknowledge the surefire Hall of Famer (in 2025), we list his best rookie cards in our opinion for collectors to collect.
Alex Bregman of the Houston Astros just signed a five-year, $100-million extension.
And while that may not be as impressive as Mike Trout’s record-breaking contract of $430 million (over 12 years), Bregman is still a solid player to invest in when it comes to collecting.
Signing an eight-year extension for $260 million before the start of the 2019 MLB season, Nolan Arenado will remain playing for the Colorado Rockies for the foreseeable future.
But compared to other players in the league who are also in the upper echelon of baseball talent (like Mike Trout, Bryce Harper, Mookie Betts), he doesn’t get as much hobby love.