Grady Sizemore Rookie Cards are among the most popular modern day Cleveland Indians cards you can buy. Sizemore has been a fan favorite since his arrival in Cleveland when he was named the leadoff hitter of the Indians' lineup, and has stayed there since.
Value of Grady Sizemore Rookie Cards
The price of a Grady Sizemore 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 Grady Sizemore rookie card is worth. Scarcity also a determining factor when figuring out how much a Grady Sizemore rookie card is worth. Like condition, scarcity can make a big difference when it comes to pricing.
Most Valuable Grady Sizemore Rookie Card- 2000 Bowman Draft Grady Sizemore Rookie Card. This is also his most expensive rookie card.
Best Grady Sizemore Baseball Card- 2000 Bowman Draft Grady Sizemore Rookie Card
Best Grady Sizemore Autograph Card- GRADY SIZEMORE SIGNED 2004 TOPPS ROOKIE CARD
Grady Sizemore Bio- For collectors, a Grady Sizemore rookie card is an ideal choice. The 2000 Bowman Grady Sizemore Draft Picks Rookie Card with a BGS 9.5 grade sells for approximately $50 while a 2000 Bowman Rookie Card with a BGS 8.5 grade goes for about $25.
In high school, Sizemore played baseball, basketball, and football, even signing a football letter of intent for the University of Washington but as a third round draft pick in 2000 by the Montreal Expos, a $2 million signing bonus lured him over. After seeing him play, with the White Sox manager said Sizemore was a superstar, leading to his nickname of “Superman”.
In 2002, he was traded to the Cleveland Indians, giving him the chance to play a full season as a professional outfielder. He also became one of just two players in the team’s history to get 20 doubles, 10 triples, 20 stolen bases, and 20 homeruns in one season, was added to the first All-Star team, and becthopught i caught them all maybe not
ame just one of two players in MLB’s history when in 2006, he achieved 50 doubles, 10 triples, 20 stolen bases, and 25 homeruns in a single season.
In 2007, he was featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated and earned his first Gold Glove Award. The 2008 season was also great during which time Sizemore was the only AL hitter to get a minimum 20 homeruns and 20 steals consecutively for 2004 through 2008. Although injured in 2009, he hit his first grand slam but then needed abdominal surgery and in 2010, had to undergo knee surgery after 33 games of play. The Grady Sizemore rookie card is easy to find and affordable through auction sites and similar sites and well worth buying.
Teams Grady Sizemore has Played For- Clevland Indians , Montreal Expos
Top 3 Grady Sizemore Rookie Cards- These are some of the best Grady Sizemore Rookie Cards and some of his most expensive.
- 2000 Bowman Draft Grady Sizemore Rookie Card
- 2000 Bowman Draft Picks Grady Sizemore Rookie
- Topps GRADY SIZEMORE Artist Sketch Card