With Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook on track in 2020 to post career highs and arguably considered the best RB in this pandemic season, it’s no surprise collectors are looking for Cook rookie cards.
Miami Heat is off to a great start in 2019 and the play of rookie shooting guard Tyler Herro is one big reason for it.
Explain why a card like the iconic Michael Jordan 1986-87 Fleer Rookie Card that isn’t scarce at all can still sell for five-figures?
Happy 40th birthday to Vince Carter, one of the most electrifying basketball players to watch in his prime with his dazzling dunks and athletic ability filling up the highlight reel on a nightly basis!
He’s only 25 and his rookie card value seems like a sure bet to increase year over year. Here’s the three we like best.
After an amazing breakout season in 2016, the value of Boston Red Sox outfielder Mookie Betts’ rookie cards have skyrocketed.
While Devin Booker rookie card values have increased, it hasn’t as much compared to other young NBA players like Donovan Mitchell or newcomers like Ja Morant or Zion Williamson.
There are plenty of rookie cards for Bryce Harper who was highly touted as a Washington National’s top prospect when he was just a teenager.
Of the many dynamic young players in baseball today the Houston Astro’s Carlos Correa is probably one of the names that you will find at the top of the wish list of many collectors.
Next to Mike Trout, baseball fans, analysts and collectors alike could argue Kris Bryant is another generational player to hit the diamond.