There’s no dispute that when the time comes, Albert Pujols will be a hall-of-famer.
He continued to add to his impressive career statistics with his multi-RBI game last night, which put him in sole possession of 11th place according to the Elias Sports Bureau, passing the great Carl Yastrzemski.
Pujols is only 14 RBIs away from passing Mel Ott and four homeruns shy of hitting the 600 mark. Although not as dominant as he once was in the peak of his 17-year career, Pujols still has some game to him.
Not sure how many more accolades Pujols can rack up before he calls it quits, but his 2001 Bowman Chrome autographed rookie card already has great value.
Beyond the player’s performance, as discussed in the article previously published on fivecardguys.com, some factors outside of Pujols’ control has really buoyed the value of this particular card.
Give it a read to see why some call in the holy grail of modern baseball cards currently valued between $7,000 to $10,000.