So much was said in the 2017 season about Aaron Judge, the American League rookie of the year.
It didn’t take long for New York Yankees rookie Gleyber Torres to make a positive impression.
His accolades go on and on, which include five-time World Series champion, 3,465 career hits, rookie of the year, multiple MVP awards, just to name a few.
As he first broke into the league in the 1990s when many of the baseball cards released were mass produced, his most valuable rookie cards tend to be the ones that are hard to find in good condition.
Having your hands on just one of the iconic 1993 SP Foil rookie card of Derek Jeter is great. But how about 50?
Here’s another monster autograph baseball card featuring a monster player, Aaron Judge of the New York Yankees.
For vintage baseball card collectors, the Mickey Mantle rookie card might be the most coveted.
This iconic Mickey Mantle 1952 Topps baseball card is up for auction, which ends tonight.
Dual autograph relic cards are still rare enough that having one, especially with superstar players, is a real treat.
It’s always a special day for vintage baseball collectors whenever a 1952 Topps rookie card of Mickey Mantle is put up on the auction block.
We posted about a current New York Yankees player in our previous post who has the potential for a great career (if he stays healthy).
But today, here’s a Yankees player who has had a great Hall of Fame career already. His name is Mickey Mantle.