Los Angeles Dodgers rookie Corey Seager‘s hot streak started Friday night and continued again on Sunday with his weekend tally including five homers in three games.
Not bad for a guy who was waiting (and waiting) for the call a year ago.
But Seager’s domination at the plate got Buzz wondering which way collectors are leaning on Seager ink. He’s pretty much a given to appear in forthcoming brands this year — so there are plenty more autos to come with an RC logo attached (including Tier One this week) — but he’s already got a rich autograph history. Even on Chrome.
Seager has been on the radar of many since he was the 18th overall pick in the 2012 MLB Draft and he already appears on more than 1,000 different cards and nearly 350 autographs with just 10 of those cards (so far) being Rookie Cards. He’s been on cardboard since 2010 when he was a member of the USA Baseball 16U National Team and he arrived on MLB cardboard in 2012 with Bowman Chrome Draft.
He’s got (Dodger) Blue Refractor autos at all three steps along the way, leaving one to wonder whether some are overlooked and which ones are the better values. We all know which one that most people would buy, but is there that much of a difference between that one and the other two?
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