Is it possible that Toronto Blue Jays third baseman Josh Donaldson could be underrated?
Would you prefer a Mike Trout Bowman Chrome blue refractor gem mint or base with pristine grading?
We look at his high end cards (like colored refractors and pristine gradings) that would be great to have who are into them – and have deeper pockets. Click link to see the eBay posting.
At the time of this post, there’s about 14 hours left until this particular auction ends at just five minutes after midnight on Aug. 16.
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.
Because of his injury, there might be a small window of opportunity to buy low. Here’s one card to watch for the next five hours (auction ends 8 p.m. on July 24, 2017).
One of our deep sleeper picks we chose was Manuel Margot, which we wrote about before the 2017 season began.
Given the extreme small sample size, it’s still encouraging to see when a prospect comes out swinging (so to speak) and showcasing his talents right out of the gates (or batter’s box if you will).
Currently he has two homeruns with one steal on top of his four runs and four RBIs as the leadoff hitter for the San Diego Padres, heading into week two.
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There’s still a childlike excitement that comes with opening a fresh pack of cards.
While these days as an adult we’re hoping for big hits, sometimes it’s good to remind myself why the hobby was so big back in its hey day – at least for most young collectors.
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