Andrew McCutchen rookie cards are on fire due to his amazing play this year with the Pittsburgh Pirates.  McCutchen has been one of the bright lights this year for the young Pirates.  He has combined with Garrett Jones as a nice one two punch in the middle of the lineup.  Andrew has amazing speed and line drive home run power.  Collectors have been buying almost every Andrew McCutchen rookie card that they can get their hands on.  McCutchen is still very young which means he will only get better with time. Here is a short list of some of the most valuable Andrew McCutchen rookie cards that you will want to pick up or keep your eye on.

2004 Bowman Chrome AFLAC Andrew McCutchen rookie card Autograph

This amazing gem was produced in 2004 which makes it very valuable asit went under the radar of many collectors.  There are a few versions of the Bowman Chrome rookie like autograph cards, refractors and numbered rookie cards.  The most valuable of these versions is the autographed refractor RC Card.  This is also Andrew’s most valuable card which is currently worth about $250.


2005 Topps Chrome Update Andrew McCutchen rookie card

This is another greats signed rookie baseball card.  The Topps Chrome update set was not mass produced which will keep this cards prices relatively high.  There was a black short printed card that was randomly inserted in these sets which are currently selling for $125.00.

2005 Bowman Sterling Autographed Jersey Andrew McCutchen rookie card

This is one of McCutchen’s nicer rookie cards which have an authentic signature of the young superstar as well as an authentic piece of game used gear.  This is not just a great rookie card but also a wonderful collectible.

Even if you are not a Pirates fan it is hard not to notice the potential of Andrew McCutchen rookie cards.  If he can continue to play with the same success that he has currently achieved in the major leagues he will be on the National League All-Star team this season.

Alan Karpuch

Owner of GMA Grading Inc. Over 20 years experience in the sports card industry.

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