Francisco Liriano rookie cards make great investments. His cards have become very popular with Twins collectors as well as baseball card investors. If he can put together a great season like he did this year you can expect his cards to continue to rise in value in the near future.
Value of Francisco Liriano Rookie Cards
The price of a Francisco Liriano rookie card is determined by a few factors. The condition of the card or cards is vital to its value. The better the condition the more the Francisco Liriano rookie card is worth. Scarcity is also a determining factor when figuring out how much a Francisco Liriano rookie card is worth. Like condition, scarcity can make a big difference when it comes to pricing.
Most Valuable Francisco Liriano Rookie Card-. 2002 Bowman Chrome Gold Refractor Francisco Liriano rookie card (1 of 50) $800
Best Francisco Liriano Baseball Card- 2002 Bowman Chrome Xfractor Francisco Liriano rookie card (1 of 50)
Best Francisco Liriano Autograph Cards- 2002 Bowman Buy back Best Francisco Liriano autograph rookie
Francisco Liriano Player Bio- Liriano first signed as an international free agent in 2000, playing for the San Francisco Giants but was traded to the Minnesota Twins. In 2005, he was the leader of all minor league pitchers with 204 strikeouts and by September, he made his MLB debut, followed by winning his first major game just two weeks later. He was added to the AL All-Star roster in 2006 and named Rookie of the Year twice. With a 2.19 ERA, his name was tossed around for other awards to include Cy Young but due to injuries, he was sidelined until September, finally getting surgery that kept him out through 2007. In April 2008, Liriano went back into the minors but by August, his starting performance earned him six scoreless innings and five strikeouts but it was his 2009 performance that raised concerns when his ERA hit 5.80. Even so, by that summer, he went on to pitch seven good innings, followed by another excellent game one month later. During the offseason, he played winter baseball for his native country of the Dominican Republic but upon returning to the Twin’s training camp, managers were guarded. Proving them wrong, he had a great season. After joining the All-Star team, he initially struggled but went on to career highs in both wins and strikeouts. By 2010, Liriano had finished in the number five slot for AL with 201 strikeouts. As a relatively consistent player with a solid reputation, the Francisco Liriano rookie card found online through eBay, as well as other merchants, remains a good addition.
Teams Francisco Liriano has Played For- Minnesota Twins
Top 3 Francisco Liriano Rookie Cards- These are some of the best Francisco Liriano rookie cards and some of his most expensive.
- 2002 Bowman Chrome Francisco Liriano rookie
- 2002 Bowman’s Best Francisco Liriano rookie
- 2002 Bowman Best Francisco Liriano rookie
Francisco Liriano baseball cards make great investments. Many of his baseball cards are becoming just as popular as Joe Mauer rookie cards and Justin Mourneau rookie cards. His injuries have cost him some time but there have been many rumors that he may be traded to the New York Yankees.