Best Carlos Delgado Rookie Cards

by admin on March 10, 2011

Born in Puerto Rico, adding the Carlos Delgado rookie card to a collection is a positive step. The 1992 Bowman Carlos Delgado Rookie Baseball Card, graded PSA 9 in mint condition currently sells for about $15 and the 1992 Upper Deck Minor Carlos Delgado rookie card, PSA 10 in gem mint condition slightly at $25. Although now a free agent, Delgado spent 11 years with the Toronto Blue Jays, setting a number of team records. For one thing, he is ranked as one of the best Puerto Rican players with 473 homeruns and 1,512 RBIs. During his senior year of high school, several pro teams wanted to add him to the roster to include the Texas Rangers, Cincinnati Reds, New York Mets, Montreal Expos, and Toronto Blue Jays although he ended up signing as a catcher with the Blue Jays, later switching to first baseman. One reason the Carlos Delgado rookie card and other baseball cards remain popular is his reputation for being one of the most productive sluggers in all of baseball but also being a two-time All-Star, the Sporting Newsí Player of the Year, and a three-time recipient of the Silver Slugger Award. Delgado is also the fourth person in baseballís history to hit a minimum of 30 homeruns in 10 consecutive seasons. These are just a few of the reason of  why Carlos Delgado rookie cards are so popular with collectors.  Some of the best Carlos Delgado cards are autographed or hand signed.  Some of these  amazing memorabilia cards sell for more than some of his rookie cards.  The most expensive Carlos Delgado rookie cards are very hard to find.  The scarcity of these cards makes it even harder for collectors to find one;s in premium condition.  Here is a list of some of the best Carlos Delgado rookie cards and their current values.

Top 5 Carlos Delgado Rookie Cards

1992 Bowman Carlos Delgado rookie card
1992 Classic Best Carlos Delgado rookie card
1993 Topps Carlos Delgado / Mike Piazza rookie card
1993 Upper Deck Carlos Delgado rookie card
1994 SP Carlos Delgado rookie card

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