Los Angeles Dodgers Cody Bellinger and his top 3 rookie cards

Just like his American League rookie counterpart, Cody Bellinger is having quite the season in 2017, which is boosting his rookie card value.

Here’s the top 3 we like best and is a great addition to any Los Angeles Dodgers’ fan.

Screen Shot 2017-07-18 at 2.03.33 PM.png2017 Bowman Platinum rookie #76

A nice, slick and shiny rookie card that can be pulled from Walmart fat packs.

The foilboard base card also has the RC designation on the card, which is a nice touch.

And unlike other Bellinger rookie cards, this one is quite affordable and easy to find for purchase online.

Value (as of July 2017): $7 (Ungraded)

Screen Shot 2017-07-18 at 1.54.41 PM.png2017 Topps Throwback Thursday #74

Here’s the classic “bat behind the shoulders” pose by Bellinger.

This card features the 1954 Topps design that was issued as part of a six-card rookie set, which only had a print run of 1,475.

The limited edition card is a great one to add to your collection and currently doesn’t cost all that much.

Value (as of July 2017): $55 (Ungraded)

2015 Bowman Chrome Prospect autographed rookie

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Probably the most popular to collect for hobbyists is Bellinger’s 2015 Bowman Chrome Prospect autographed rookie card.

The on-card autograph and 1st Bowman logo on the card adds to the value, which has seen it rise rapidly as he continues to hit well throughout the first half of the 2017 season.

In fact, it’s more than doubled since the start of the 2017 season and with plenty room to grow as Bellinger plays regularly on a playoff bound team.

Value (as of July 2017): $800 base autograph (BGS Graded 9.5/10)

CK

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