Jay Bruce burst onto the scene in major league baseball and Jay Bruce rookie cards have followed suit. He is quickly establishing himself as a player with unlimited potential and high collectibility among collectors.
The price of a Jay Bruce 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 Jay Bruce rookie card is worth. Scarcity also a determining factor when figuring out how much a Jay Bruce rookie card is worth. Like condition, scarcity can make a big difference when it comes to pricing.
Best and Most Valuable Jay Bruce Rookie Card- 2005 Topps Chrome Jay Bruce. This is also his most expensive rookie card.
Jay Bruce Bio- Still with the Cincinnati Reds, a Jay Bruce rookie card should not be overlooked. Collectors can choose the 2005 Bowman Chrome Draft Picks #32 Jay Bruce Rookie Card or the 2008 Upper Deck Goudey #153 Jay Bruce Rookie Card Red Sox, both selling for about $10. While a young player, Bruce has already made his mark on MLB.
As a first round draft pick for the 2005 MLB Amateur draft out of high school, he excelled in the minors as an outfielder, quickly moving up to a triple A-team. In the minors, he was chosen for the 2007 All-Star Futures game and won the Baseball America Minor League Player of the Year Award. In 2008, he was invited to attend the spring training camp, leading to a reassignment within the minors but shortly after, he made his professional debut with two singles, one double, driving in two runs, scoring twice, and stealing a base.
In May of that year, he became the first MLB player to reach base in his first six plate appearances since 1977 and his first full week at bat resulted in a .577 to include three homeruns, three doubles, nine singles, and six bases on balls. In April of 2010, he scored the game-winning run against the San Diego Padres, ending their winning streak.
Recently, he signed a new six-year deal with the Red Sox, giving him a chance to add to his other accomplishments such as being the 2007 FSL Mid-Season All-Star and recipient of the 2010 Tommy Edwards Sportsman of the Year award. While a Jay Bruce rookie card is easy to find on eBay and other similar sites for little money, prospects are good the card will increase in value.
Teams Jay Bruce has Played For- Cincinnati Reds
Top 3 Jay Bruce Rookie Cards- These are some of the best Jay Bruce Rookie cards and some of his most expensive.
- 2005 Topps Chrome Jay Bruce
- 05 Bowman Buy Back Jay Bruce
- 2005 TOPPS CINCINNATI REDS JAY BRUCE GOLD ROOKIE CARD