To start off the week, here’s a collection of five graded high-end cards we’ve come across that’s up for auction on eBay.
With all the injuries the Washington Nationals as a team are dealing with, it created a situation to call one of the organization’s top prospects to play in the big leagues.
With the cost being prohibitive for regular hobbyists to invest in these cards, the Topps Heritage seem to be rising in popularity.
Nationals superstar Bryce Harper aiming to play in playoffs, no impact on rookie card value while on DL
Taking a look at Bryce Harper’s 2011 Bowman Chrome Prospect autograph card, despite his lengthy DL stint, his rookie card value still remains strong.
Washington Nationals Victor Robles the youngest player this season to play in big leagues, rookie card already inflated
For a top 10 prospect who hasn’t played above Double-A, the Washington Nationals must believe this five-tool player is ready to fill in here and there for the remainder of the season.
If you’re following Bryce Harper on Instagram, you’ll get an early glimpse of his new hairstyle.
If you saw the slow motion replay of what happened to Washington Nationals’ outfielder Bryce Harper last night, it looked more gruesome than it was.
Washington Nationals pitcher Stephen Strasburg has elite skills but due to injuries throughout his career, the shine seems to have worn out a bit for this once top pitching prospect.
Washington Nationals outfielder hit his 150th career home run Monday night (Aug. 7, 2017) at the age of 24 years and 295 days old.
If anyone has a half-million dollars lying around, this 2011 Bowman Chrome superfractor 1/1 autograph rookie card belonging to one of the hottest superstar baseball players might interest you.