Although a younger player, a Tim Lincecum rookie card is a nice purchase for someone starting a collection. The 2007 Fleer #428 Tim Lincecum Rookie Card and the 2007 Topps Update #158 Rookie Card, both with the San Francisco Giants cost less than $10.
The price of a Tim Lincecum 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 Tim Lincecum rookie card is worth. Scarcity also a determining factor when figuring out how much a Tim Lincecum rookie card is worth. Like condition, scarcity can make a big difference when it comes to pricing.
Best and Most Valuable Tim Lincecum Rookie Card- 2007 Topps 52 Chrome #35 Tim Lincecum. This is also his most expensive rookie card.
Tim Lincecum Bio- Lincecum played varsity in high school, winning State Player of the Year, followed by playing college ball and receiving the most prestigious honor, the Golden Spike Award. Having developed a 93 MPH fastball, sharp breaking curveball, four-seam fastball, changeup, and slider, the Chicago Cubs drafted him to the MLB in 2003. With the minors briefly, he made his professional debut in July 2006, and while he pitched just one inning, he also struck out all three batters. His second showing resulted in striking out seven of eight batters. Thanks to a great debut, he was bumped up to an A-team and one year later, ranked as the number one prospect by Baseball America.
He sat out much of 2007 due to an injury but in 2008, he was a cover feature for Sports Illustrated and chosen for his first All-Star game although illness kept him from playing. However, upon return to the game, he struck out 13 batters in seven innings. A few of his other achievements in MLB include being 2008 Starter of the Year, 2009 Sporting News’ NL Pitcher of the Year, two-time recipient of the Cy Young Award, three-time invitee to the NL All-Star game, and assisting his team to a 2010 World Series victory. eBay and other online sites sell the Tim Lincecum rookie card and if pitching performance continues, the card could prove to be of serious value one day
Teams Tim Lincecum has Played For- San Francisco Giants
Top 3 Tim Lincecum Rookie Cards- These are some of the best Tim Lincecum Rookie cards and some of his most expensive.
2007 Topps 52 #130 Tim Lincecum
2007 Topps 52 Chrome #35 Tim Lincecum
2007 Topps Allen and Ginter #274 Tim Lincecum