Value of Joe Carter Baseball Cards

by on April 9, 2011

Joe Carter rookie cardThe Value of Joe Carter Rookie Cards remains a constant  The price of a Joe Carter 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 Joe Carter rookie card is worth.  Scarcity also a determining factor when figuring out how much a Joe Carter rookie card is worth. Like condition, scarcity can make a big difference when it comes to pricing.

Best and Most Valuable Joe Carter Rookie Card- 1984 Donruss #41 Joe Carter.  This is also his most expensive rookie card.

Joe Carter Bio-

Affordably priced, a Joe Carter rookie card makes a nice addition to any collection.  An autographed 1984 Donruss Rookie Card with a PSA/DNA grade Slabbed can be purchased for about $70.  In college, he played exceptional, being inducted into the Wichita State University Pizza Hut Shocker Hall of Fame, Missouri Valley Hall of Fame, Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame, and Kansas Baseball  Hall of Fame.

His professional baseball career began with the Chicago Cubs in 1983 but once traded to the Cleveland Indians, his full potential as a power hitter was recognized.  During that time, Carter became a member of the 30-30-Club and even with a strong 1989 season, he was traded to the San Diego Padres.  Although he hit great, he was soon traded to the Toronto Blue Jays, improving his game even more.  He helps the Blue Jays achieve victories in the 1991 AL East Championship and 1992 World Series.

In 1993, Carter had the World Series game play in the ninth inning with a three run walk-off homerun.  Although representing the team in the 1996 All-Star game, as a free agent he went to the Baltimore Orioles in 1987 although for a short time, followed by playing briefly for the San Francisco Giants and then retiring.  Carter put his mark on MLB when named to five All-Star teams, driving in 100 runs 10 times in one season, and being the first player to record 100 RBIs for three different MLB teams.

After retirement, he was an announcer for the Blue Jays but his greatest feat was being inducted into the Canadian Hall of Fame.  Online websites to include eBay tend to be the best places to find the Joe Carter rookie card.

Teams Joe Carter has Played For- Word7

Top 3 Joe Carter Rookie Cards- These are some of the best Joe Carter Rookie cards and some of his most expensive.

1984 Donruss #41 Joe Carter
1985 Donruss #616 Joe Carter
1985 Fleer #443 Joe Carter

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tina August 15, 2011 at 4:06 pm

i have a joe carter comic 1992 all-star card are u interested in it

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