As New York Yankees rookie Aaron Judge continues to struggle in the second half, his 2013 Bowman Chrome prospect/rookie card value continues its downward spiral.
The Aaron Judge rookie card price drop continues at a staggering pace.
After an amazing first half of the season, New York Yankees’ rookie Aaron Judge has been struggling to even be close to keeping up the historic pace.
The cards are all printed and signed on acetate by the “hottest rookies” like Aaron Judge, Andrew Benintendi, and Yoan Moncada.
In our opinion, the 2017 Topps Chrome baseball cards look real sharp. Even the normal refractor versions have a cool look to them. But the X-Fractors are a cut above the rest and they’re numbered to 20.
When it comes to Aaron Judge’s 2013 Bowman Chrome autographed rookie card, it’s gone from one extreme to the other.
As the hype slows down on the great Aaron Judge of the New York Yankees, we’ve seen his 2013 Aaron Judge Bowman Chrome Draft base autograph rookie (BGS Graded 9.5/10) also go down slowly.
Here’s another 2013 Aaron Judge Bowman Chrome Draft base autograph rookie (BGS Graded 9.5/10) that’s on the auction block, which could be had for fair market value.
For awhile now whenever I search “Topps Now” on eBay and sort by highest price to lowest, what I consider the best modern day card is always on top. But no longer.
The hype is real but it’s calmed down just a bit since Aaron Judge won the home run derby during the All-Star break.