Jose Altuve Rookie Card

Jose Altuve Rookie Card2011 Jose Altuve rookie card by Bowman Chrome. Nice gloss on the baseball card, and great snapshot of Altuve in action, you can get one for less then five dollars, click here.

Small in stature, standing at only 5′ 5″ tall, he is the shortest active player in Major League Baseball. However, he plays like a giant on the field.

Altuve, out of Venezuela, holds a .338 batting average this season, which is currently tops in the American League. Jose is a speedy little guy, and he also leads the AL in steals with 41.

Jose Altuve currently ranks as the #1 second baseman in the AL , when all his stats are compared to others. He also has proven to be a strong defensive asset.

Astros fans and serious collectors should love this baseball card. Buy the Jose Altuve rookie card here.

Jose Abreu Rookie Card

Jose Abreu Rookie Cards

Jose Abreu Rookie CardFirst we have the 2014 Jose Abreu rookie card, Bowman Chrome edition. This card is the most rare of Abreu baseball cards, so it should become the most valuable over time. Buy it here.

Wow, what a major league baseball career Jose Abreu is off to. The White Sox really have a superstar on their hands it would appear, Abreu yet has to show signs of cooling off or slowing down.

Abreu has set major league rookie records in the month of April for home runs (10) and rbi’s (32). He currently leads the American League in slugging percentage .617 and extra base hits. This is quite an achievement as their are plenty of big name bats in the AL.

Jose Abreu has more homers than the entire Kansas Royal roster!

WBC Topps Tribute Jose Abreu Baseball Rookie CardAnother fantastic Jose Abreu rookie card to have is this Topps Tribute World Baseball Classic issue with Abreu in his Cuban uniform. Cuba really is producing some top tier talent in the past few years, are they not?

This a sleek looking baseball card, and collectors would be wise to scoop this one up too, while the price is still reasonable.

No doubt, Jose Abreu is the front runner for Rookie of the Year, at this point in the early 2014 season. Will the pitchers in MLB make adjustments to slow this guy down? Time will tell.

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Nolan Arenado Baseball Rookie Cards

Here are a couple Nolan Arenado baseball rookie cards. Arenado currently holds a remarkable 27 game hitting streak, as of today, May 8, 2014. This ties him for the all time Rockies record, with Michael Cuddyer.

Bowman Chrome Nolan Arenado Rookie Card

Nolan Arenado Rookie CardThis is the Bowman Chrome Nolan Arenado baseball rookie card. This particular card is Arenado’s most valuable, and is worth $10 to $30 depending on condition and if graded. Click here to get one.

Arenado is having a tremendous 2014 season, with his bat and his glove. A sleek fielding third baseman, and currently on a hitting tear. Kind of reminds you of Manny Machado, does it not?

You gotta love baseball. Lately, every season it seems a new superstar born. This is why I truly love the game, you never know what bright new star is going to crop up.

Nolan Arenado Baseball Rookie Card The Topps Nolan Arenado baseball rookie card is really a sleek looking card. Though not as valuable, it is a great card to own as collector.

Arenado was a second round pick by the Rockies in the 2009 Major League baseball draft. Arenado decided to skip attending Arizona State, and go right into the team’s farm system,

He made is major league debut in 2013, at just 22 years old. Can you imagine, just 22 years old? What a bright career ahead for this young emerging talent.

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Josh Donaldson Rookie Baseball Card

The Josh Donaldson rookie baseball card has become a popular card for Athletic’s fans. Donaldson is pictured as a catcher, but made the conversion to third base at the beginning of the 2012 baseball season.

Josh Donaldson Baseball Rookie CardDonaldson was originally drafted by the Chicago Cubs in the 2007 draft. He was traded to the A’s in a package that included Rich Harden and Chad Gaudin.

Donaldson has become a tremendous fan favorite in Oakland. He made the switch from catcher to third base look very easy.

This Topps card be had for around three bucks or less. The Bowman rookie card of Donaldson is the most rare and worth about fifteen dollars.

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