John Smoltz rookie cards are some of the best sports cards that a person can buy.  Smoltz will always be remembered for his great versatility.  He was one of the best starters to play the game of baseball as well as one of the greatest closer.  He is a for sure Hall of Famer and his rookie cards are very inexpensive. The value of John Smoltz rookies are sure to increase over the next few years as he gets closer and closer to being eligible for the Hall of Fame.  He has many different baseball cards that are worth buying.  Here is a list of the best John Smoltz rookie cards and what they are worth in today’s market.

Top 3 John Smoltz Rookie Cards

1989 Upper Deck 

This is his most popular rookie card ever produced.  The Upper Deck rookie is very inexpensive.  You can buy these Smoltz baseball cards for around $3 in Mint 9 condition.  Gem MT 10 versions of these cards sell for around $20-$25.

1989 Donruss 

These Smoltz RC’s are not as worth as much as the Upper Deck.  We believe that they will surpass the Upper Deck rookie cards value in the near future.  These cards are much harder to find in pristine condition as they have colored borders and were printed on poor card stock.  These John Smoltz rookie cards are worth around $2.

1989 Topps John Smoltz

Topps ran the presses in 1989 much like some of the other companies.  These cards are very plentiful which makes them a little more risky than the others we have spoken about.  You can find these online for around $1.  These cards are still quality investments at these prices.  How can you lose?

John Smoltz has many other rookie cards that are available.  Almost all of these baseball cards are very inexpensive and will get the attention they deserve in the future.  John Smoltz autograph cards are also very affordable.  Make sure that you pay close attention to the condition of these baseball cards before you make any purchase.

Alan Karpuch

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

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