Being a solid baseball player who set multiple records throughout his career, an Adam Dunn rookie card remains a popular collector’s addition. As a second round draft pick by the Cincinnati Reds right out of high school, Adam Dunn’s skills on the field were debuted in July of 2001 but the following August, he set a National League rookie record with 12 home runs. Adam Dunn’s at bats per home run average 13.96 ratio places his name among many Hall of Famers, falling in the number five slot behind Mark McGwire, Babe Ruth, Barry Bonds, and Jim Thome. Other career accomplishments with the Cincinnati Reds include a career high 128 walks and .400 on-base percentage in 2002 and a .266 batting average, 46 home runs, 105 runs, and 151 hits in the 2004 season. Then in 2008, he was the recipient of the Ohio Cup MVP with a 6-for-20 in a six-game series. Adam Dunn also played for the Arizona Diamondbacks, Washington Nationals, and was a free agent for a short time until signing a four-year contract in 2010 to play with the Chicago White Sox. The most coveted Adam Dunn rookie card is the 1999 Topps Chrome, graded a PSA 9, which sells around $20. Another popular rookie card is the 1999 Bowman Chrome, graded PSA 10, which sells for approximately $50. The value of Adam Dunn rookie cards will continue to rise as long as he continues to play at the level he is capable of. Here is a list of some of the most expensive Adam Dunn baseball cards including some of his most expensive cards ever made.
Top 5 Adam Dun Rookie Cards
1999 Topps Traded Adam Dunn rookie card
1999 Topps Chrome Traded Adam Dunn rookie card
1999 Bowman Chrome Adam Dunn rookie card
1999 Bowman Adam Dunn rookie card
1999 Just Minors Adam Dunn rookie card