Prince Fielder rookie cards are some of the hottest cards in the hobby.  The soon to be free agent has been terrorizing opposing pitchers.  The Brewers slugger has hit for power as well as average this season and is among all league leaders in almost every statistical category.  Some of the best Prince Fielder rookie cards are still much Prince Fielder Rookie Cardundervalued.  There is no better time than now to start buying some of these great baseball cards.  Here is a detailed list of some of the best Prince Fielder rookie cards and what they are currently worth.

2002 Upper Deck Prospects 

These cards are very rare and have all been hand signed.  These are some of the most valuable Prince Fielder rookie cards in existence. The future Gems card is autographed by Prince which adds some more value to an already great card.  Gem MT 10 versions are currently selling for around $250 while card in mint condition are selling for around $125.

2005 SP Authentic Prince Fielder Rookie

These are some great cards that are all individually numbered to only 185.  These rare gems make outstanding investments as long as they are found in good condition. Each one of these baseball cards have been personally autographed by Fielder.  Currently these cards are selling or $250 ungraded and up to $450 graded in Gem MT 10 condition.

2006 Bowman Chrome 

There are a few different versions of these cards produced by Topps.  The autograph rookie card is the most popular selling for around $85.  The base card is much easier to find and sell for around $5.   Gold autograph refractors, refractors and X-Fractor cards were also randomly inserted into packs of 2006 Bowman Chrome.

Much like Ryan Braun rookie cards, Prince Fielder cards are just starting to get the attention they deserve.  These cards make great investments just like many of the other Prince Fielder autograph cards that have been produced.  Buyers should pay close attention to the condition of the cards before they make any purchase.  If Prince signs with a big market team you can expect his baseball cards to soar.

 

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