While this baseball card isn’t signed by Mike Trout, it is still a superfractor or 1/1 card. And it’s listed on eBay. An autograph superfractor… Read More »Not an autograph card but a Mike Trout superfractor 1/1 is still special
It might feel strange to have the annual Bowman Baseball set released without the MLB season already underway, but the set remains plenty popular.
For those dreaming of owning the Mike Trout Bowman Chrome superfractor autographed rookie, you’ll have to offer a super steep price to Dave Oancea for it.
For collectors, it’s no surprise that his graded rookie cards come at a premium price. But with what Trout’s accomplished to date at age 26, it also won’t be surprising if his rookie card value continues to rise.
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.
Andrew Benintendi of the Boston Red Sox was a top prospect and rookie of the year candidate going into the 2017 season.
When Ronald Acuna was called up to “The Show” in 2018, the rookie phenom came as advertised displaying both power and speed.
There’s no question that Shohei Ohtani came to Major League Baseball as advertised – the Sho show was a must see in 2018 with both his above average pitching and batting ability.
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.
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.