While there are refractors that are more limited (ie. orange is numbered to 25 for instance and of course you have your superfractor 1/1 cards), the gold is still a fan/collector favorite.
NEWLY LISTED: Three gold rookie refractor sports cards featuring three great players (Vlad Jr., Lindor, Machado)
We’re always on the lookout for some outstanding sports cards that are newly listed on eBay.
For collectors, the gold refractor cards are the gold standard.
The gold refractor, which is numbered to 50 and one of the original refractors, still commands great value.
Two of the best young players in the game right now have their gold refractor autograph prospect cards up for auction, which both end today.
For the early part of this season, Mookie Betts of the Boston Red Sox was going head to head with Mike Trout of the LA Angels, putting up MVP numbers.
Here’s a new listing on eBay and it’s a beauty. This 2009 Bowman Chrome autograph rookie card of Mike Trout (BGS Graded 9.5) numbered to just 50 is now available on eBay for a cool $35,000.
There are all different kinds of baseball players that make the big leagues.
Sure, the top players in the game are well-rounded in their skill set, which include great power potential, high consistent batting average, speed and great on defence.
But there’s always room for those specialists who excel in just one category – like Billy Hamilton.
His extraordinary speed masks some of his other liabilities as a player (like his batting average) that it’s worth it for the Cincinnati Reds to roster him.
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