Best Andy Pettitte Rookie Cards

by admin on March 9, 2011

An Andy Pettitte rookie card makes a nice addition.  Because of his major league playing abilities but also his admittance to using the performance enhancing drug HGH twice in 2002, value of this card is expected to increase over time.  The 1993 Andy Pettitte Bowman MLB in near mint condition is easy to find and sells for less than $10.  Although drafted by the New York Yankees in 1990, he chose instead to finish college but one year later, he signed with the Yankees as an amateur.  He played great in the minor leagues but in 1995, began his professional career.  Just one year later, he made the All-Star team and ranked second for the American League Cy Young Award.  In the 1996 World Series, Andy Pettitte went 1-for-1 with his team winning the championship.  Other accomplishments included being the recipient of the Good Guy Award and Greater Houston Area Major League Player of the Year in 1996, American League Most Valuable Player in 2001, and Warren Spahn Award in 2003, among others.  In 2007, information leaked that he used HGH.  Eventually, Andrew Pettitte apologized to his teammates and fans and continues to play for the New York Yankees.  To find his rookie card, as well as his other baseball cards, people can visit eBay, as well as other online auctions sites or visit a number of sports memorabilia stores. Andy Pettitte rookie cards make great investments.  He was one of the best World Series pitchers of All-Time.  Some of the best Andy Pettitte baseball cards are extremely undervalued.  The value of his cards are sure to rise once he gets the attention he deserves.

Top 3 Andy Pettitte Rookie Cards

1993 Bowman Andy Pettitte rookie card
1992 Classic Best Andy Pettitte rookie card
1993 Fleer Excel Andy Pettitte rookie card

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