Andrew Benintendi and his top 3 rookie cards

Andrew Benintendi of the Boston Red Sox was a top prospect and rookie of the year candidate going into the 2017 season.

And he still might be Benintendi continues to produce consistently although catching up to the great Aaron Judge (who has significantly cooled down in the second half) might prove to be a difficult task.

Here’s the top 3 we like best.

Screen Shot 2017-08-21 at 10.46.00 AM.png2017 Topps Heritage autograph rookie

Here’s a classic bat resting on the shoulder pose with a great profile shot of the rookie outfielder.

Harkening back to the golden years of baseball card collecting, the Topps Heritage rookie card also has the RC symbol on it.

Plus this one is autographed (although non-autograph versions are significantly cheaper).

Value (as of Aug. 2017): $279.99 (BGS Graded 9.5/10)

Screen Shot 2017-08-21 at 10.51.48 AM.png2017 Topps Finest autographed rookie

For those who like a more modern look with a flashier design, the Topps Finest rookie card fits that bill.

It also has the RC symbol on it and having his last name enlarged gives it a sharp look.

Plus this card is also autographed on-card.

 

Value (as of Aug. 2017): $87 (Ungraded)

Screen Shot 2017-08-21 at 10.57.51 AM.png2015 Bowman Chrome Draft autographed rookie

Most likely the most popular to collect is Benintendi’s 2015 Bowman Chrome Draft autographed rookie card.

While technically a prospect card, collectors treat the 1st Bowman card as a rookie card.

The on-card autograph is obviously a nice value add and there are plenty of colored refractors available too.

Value (as of Aug. 2017): $249 base autograph (BGS Graded 9.5/10)

CK

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