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Chipper Jones rookie cards are in decent demand unsurprisingly with the Atlanta Braves star being a first ballot Hall of Famer.
Drafted by the Braves in the first round of the 1990 MLB Draft, Chipper Jones made his Major League debut in 1993, quickly establishing himself as one of the best switch-hitters in the game.
He ultimatley finished with a career batting average of .303, hit 468 home runs, and drove in 1,623 runs. He was also an eight-time All-Star, a two-time Silver Slugger award winner, and he won the National League Most Valuable Player award in 1999.
If that wasn’t enough, Jones won the National League batting title in 2008 with a .364 average, and he helped lead the Braves to 11 postseason appearances in his 19-year career.
Check out these top 3 Chipper Jones rookie cards currently listed for sale.
1. 1991 Topps Desert Shield #333 Chipper Jones Rookie Cards
The 1991 Topps Desert Shield Chipper Jones #333 is a sought-after baseball card.
It was part of a special set created by Topps during the first Iraq War and the cards feature a small gold foil logo on the front (which the regular 1991 Topps Baseball card doesn’t have.)
This is one of the cards that can be difficult to find in top condition, which makes high-grade PSA cards much more valuable.
2. 1991 Topps Tiffany #333 Chipper Jones Rookie Cards
Another rare card parallel is from the Tiffany set and it is distinguished by its glossy surface.
Unlike many of the sets from the junk wax era, there seemed to be a much more limited run for the Topps Tiffany set, making this card fairly rare.
The current values listed suggest exactly that.
3. 1992 Bowman #28 Chipper Jones Baseball Cards
Here’s a classic Chipper Jones baseball card.
The 1992 Bowman isn’t his rookie but the 1992 Bowman Baseball set is highly sought after.
What makes this card visually appealing (or at least different) is the rookies and prospects in the game are dressed very casually (a la Mariano Rivera?).
Check out the cool image of Jones with his hands in his pockets.
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