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The two incredible New York Yankees sluggers and now teammates, Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton, are being described by some as the modern day Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris.
A new feature we at fivecardguys.com will be putting out is our weekly poll on our Instagram account by clicking our Instagram stories typically on Sunday evenings.
For those collecting rookie cards that could see a bump in value are the ones belonging to great players going from a small market club to a big, historic market team.
We’re still two weeks out until the official release of the annually highly anticipated 2017 Bowman Chrome, which will feature on-card autographs of highly touted prospects and rookies.
Cal Ripken Jr. made history on this day 22 years ago, rookie card without autograph has plenty value
It was Sept. 6, 1995 when Baltimore Orioles shortstop Cal Ripken Jr. broke the seemingly unbreakable record held by Lou Gehrig – to play in more than 2,130 consecutive games.
Corey Kluber already won the American League Cy Young award recognized as the best pitcher in 2014. So 2017 isn’t a fluke.