Frank Thomas rookie cards have always been popular baseball cards to collect.  The Big Hurt dominated opposing pitchers in the 1990’s.  He has won multiple MVP awards and was arguably the best hitter of the decade in the 90’s.  So what are the best Frank Thomas rookie cards to buy and what are they worth?  Here is a detailed list of the best Frank Thomas rookie Frank Thomas Rookie Cardcards ever created with their current values.  Make sure that you take into consideration the condition of the card as that will have a dramatic effect on the value.  Most Frank Thomas rookie cards are very affordable and still worth buying at their current levels.

1990 Leaf Frank Thomas Rookie Card Value

The 1990 Leaf Frank Thomas rookie card is one of his most popular RC’s.  The baseball cards sell for around $35-$50 in Gem MT 10 condition.  Cards in Mint 9 condition are valued at about $15.  These baseball cards are very affordable and make great investments.   The Leaf Frank Thomas rookie cards were not mass produced like his Topps and Score counterparts.  If you are looking for a great rookie card of the White Sox slugger this card should be near the top of your list.

1990 Topps Frank Thomas No Name Rookie Card

This was one of the most popular baseball cards in the hobby for a long time.  The No Name error Frank Thomas rookie card is still very valuable and very hard to find.  There is no exact number of how many of these Frank Thomas cards were actually produced but many believe it to be under 100 cards in production.  These cards are very hard to find in good condition.  These rare cards sell for around $800-$1200 depending on the condition that they are in.  Whether you are a Frank Thomas fan or not these cards have an enormous amount of potential do to their extreme scarcity and limited production run.

1990 Score Frank Thomas Rookie Card Value

Score produced one of the most popular Frank Thomas rookie cards in the 90’s.  These cards have some centering issues but are normally found in good condition.  The score card can be purchased for $2-$3 in Mint condition or better which makes it one of the more affordable Frank Thomas rookie cards.

Frank Thomas rookie cards may never be as popular as Ken Griffey Jr. rookie cards but that is not because of his bat.  The Big Hurt will always be remembered as one of the greatest White Sox players of all-time and one of the best all around hitters ever to play the game of baseball.


2 Responses to Frank Thomas Rookie Cards Values

  1. gregory gonsalves says:

    I have a rare one of one frank thomas baseball card in grade 10 what is it worth? I also have a ken Griffey jr. topps card with super ultra rare? I know i have 2 highly prized cards because the way i got them in the box. As soon as i opened it I knew i hit the jackpot. They were wrapped like cards I never seen before. I was offered $1000. dollars for each card but i didn’t sell them. I went to a sports card store and the gentleman there said they were priceless and I shouldn’t sell them at all. Everyone is going to try and buy them. He said they were a sports card collectors dream. Not just one but 2 cards. I like to see if you could tell me the value of these cards?

    Thank you,

    Gregory Gonsalves

  2. Raymond LaPointe says:

    I have a card I cannot find anything on and was hoping you could help. the card features Frank Thomas and Ken Griffey Jr on the front. It has The Big Hurt down the left side of the card and Junior down the right and Super Stars in script along the bottom third. I also has both players signatures. All of this is in gold. The back of the card has a brief description of both players. At he bottom of the cards it reads Sports Stars USA 1994/95 in the left corner. In the right corner the number 164 and in the middle bottom it has 1 of 10,000.
    I hope you can help me out and look forward to your reply.

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