Cody Bellinger Rookie Cards are the go-to investment cards.  With 37 HR’s and a .322 BA, he leads the Dodgers who are currently 19 games in front of every team in the National League West.  He is only 24 years old and has already passed the 100 HR mark. 

Cody Bellinger has an incredible supporting cast led by Justin Turner, Alex Verdugo, and Matt Beaty who are all hitting over .300 BA. The Dodgers are going to the postseason, which means Cody will get a lot of screen time. Bellinger is the leading candidate to win the MVP award even though he is up against Christian Yelich of the Brewers and Ronald Acuna Jr. of the Braves. He has become the face of the Dodgers organization much like Aaron Judge with the Yankees and Mike Trout with the Angels. All these factors will contribute to the value of Bellinger’s rookie cards. 

2016 Bowman Chrome Cody Bellinger #BCP182 Rookie

The 2016 Bowman Chrome Cody Bellinger rookie is his most valuable cards. The card is rare but is not numbered.

The 2016 Bowman Chrome Cody Bellinger sadly does not have an autograph but does have many different parallels, such as the gold and purple refractors.  The base refractor is numbered to /499, but it still is not worth as much as the purple or gold versions which have a shorter print run.

The Bowman Chrome Cody Bellinger is worth anywhere from $30-$40 graded as a Gem MT 10.  His most valuable 2016 Bowman Chrome Cody Bellinger is the Superfractor, which is numbered to one and sold for $4000.  He has only one insert which is the top 100 rookie.  He does not have an ordinary 2016 bowman card only the chrome.

Bowman Chrome Cody Bellinger rookie

2015 Bowman Chrome Cody Bellinger #CBE RC

The 2015 Bowman Chrome Cody Bellinger is his most valuable card as he is going for the MVP award. His base card is only an on-card autograph as it is much rarer than any of his other base cards.  The card sells from $300-$400 raw,  while graded gem MT 10’s sell for $800.

Only 499 of the refractors exist.  There are various colored refractors, including a red and Superfractor, which sell for the most amount of money.  There is a special refractor called a blue twitter autograph which is numbered to only 3, the only way to get this is by a vending box.

The main problem with these cards is surface scratches, which will lower the grade.  Before buying any of these cards, make sure to check for surface scratches and centering.

2015 Bowman Chrome Cody Bellinger

2017 Bowman Platinum Cody Bellinger #76 Rookie

The 2017 Bowman Platinum Cody Bellinger is his most valuable paper card.  They sell for around $7.00-$10.00 ungraded while graded versions sell for $40.00-$50.00.  Gem MT 10 examples are rare.  Common flaws include white edges and nicked corners because of a foil finish.

He does not have a base autograph but does have an insert autograph called Tools of the Craft.  There is only an autograph and there all a die-cut.  There are different parallels like purple and red, but each is numbered to 35. 

In the base set, there are different parallels like the black and gold foil.  The most popular parallel is the Silver-Ice which is not numbered but still sells for $10.00 ungraded and $70.00 as a Gem MT 10.

2017 Bowman Platinum Cody Bellinger

2017 Topps Chrome Cody Bellinger #79 Rookie

The 2017 Topps Chrome Cody Bellinger is his most valuable Topps card.  These cards are not rare but are still valuable because they are generally found in good condition.  There are a lot more gem MT 10’s than many other cards. A Gem MT 10 sells for around $15-$20.  Cody Bellinger’s most valuable Topps Chrome card is the Superfractor autograph rookie which is worth its weight in gold.

On-card autographed cards are popular in the set.  Topps Chrome parallels like the purple and red refractors are popular chase cards.

There is only one insert for Bellinger called Freshman Flash.  The card is not worth more than the base card but is a go-to card.  The card is worth $5.00 while the base is $10.00.

2017 Topps Chrome Cody Bellinger rookie card

2017 Bowman’s Best Cody Bellinger Rookie #65 RC

The 2017 Bowman’s Best Cody Bellinger is his most affordable chromium card.  The card is worth $4.00-$6.00 ungraded while graded versions sell for $15.00.

His most valuable card is the Superfractor autograph which is worth $5000-$6000.  He has other parallels like the red and Atomic refractors.  The Atomic refractor is his most popular parallel.

2017 Topps High Tek Cody Bellinger #HT Rookie

The 2017 Topps High Tek Cody Bellinger is one of his best-looking rookie cards.  It is an acetate card with a futuristic design.  In the background, there are different patterns like Blackout and Grid. The most valuable parallel is the Gold Galactic Diffractor which is a 1/1.  

There is an on-card autograph which collectors prefer. All the autographs are numbered to 75 or less.  There is no insert in the set which makes the base card more valuable.  The base card sells for $10.00 while a Gem MT 10 sells for $30.00.

2017 Topps Update Cody Bellinger #US50 Rookie

The 2017 Topps Update Cody Bellinger is his most expensive paper card.  It’s worth $15.00-$25.00 ungraded while a Gem MT 10 will sell for $50.00-$70.00.  This card is hard to find in perfect condition.

There are multiple parallels like the black which is numbered to 66 and the Vintage Stock which is numbered to 99.  They are worth $800 and $300. 

There are multiple types of variations in the set like SSP and an SP.  SSP stands for super short print variation while SP stands for short print variation.

2017 Topps Gallery Cody Bellinger #143 RC

The 2017 Topps Gallery Cody Bellinger is an artsy card.  The original cards were hand-drawn by renowned artist, Mayumi Seto who also does the artwork of the Topps Living Set.  The card sells for $5.00-$6.00 ungraded while a Gem mint 10 sells for $15.00.

There are multiple parallels like Artist Proof and Blue version.  The most popular parallel is the Artist Proof which is not numbered.  The most valuable parallel is the red border which is numbered and sold for $2695.  He has one insert called Heritage which is drawn by a different artist.

2017 Topps Fire Cody Bellinger #121 Rookie

The 2017 Topps Fire Cody Bellinger is his cheapest paper card.  It sells for $3.00-$4.00 ungraded while graded as a gem mint 10 is worth $10.00-$15.00.

There are more parallels in the set than any of his other cards. Some of the parallels include the Gold Minted and Blue chip rookies.  There are autographs in the set which sell for $100-$200.  All of the autographs are numbered to 75 or less.

2017 Bowman Chrome Cody Bellinger #27 RC

The 2017 Bowman Chrome Cody Bellinger is his most popular 2017 rookie card.  It sells for $7.00-$8.00 ungraded while a Gem Mint 10 sells for around $30.00.  His most valuable card in the set is the Superfractor autograph which is numbered to one and sells for around $30,000.

There are many other numbered parallels like the red and green refractors which are valuable.  The base refractor is numbered to 499 and sells for $30-$40.

 He has one insert called Arizona Fall League which sells for $2.00-$3.50 while a Gem Mint 10 sells for $15-$25.  The Superfractor sells for $1,500. 

2017 Topps Chrome Update Cody Bellinger #HMT10 Rookie

The 2017 Topps Chrome Update Cody Bellinger is worth $25-$30 ungraded. Graded versions sell for $50-$60 in perfect condition. There are multiple cards in the set which include, the base, All-Star rookie and the rookie debut. The base is the most valuable while the other two inserts sell for $4.00 ungraded while graded sell for $10-$15.

There are multiple parallels like the Gold refractor and Xfractor. The Xfractor is numbered to 99 while the gold refractor is numbered to 50. There are autographs in the set which sell for $170-$350. They’re all on-card autographs and refractors. 

2017 Donruss Optic Cody Bellinger #65 Rookie

The 2017 Donruss Optic Cody Bellinger is his most popular non-licensed card. It sells for $6-$8 ungraded while graded a gem mint 10 sells for $13-$20. His most popular card in the set is the Rated Rookie. The card sells for $5-$10 ungraded while graded as a gem mint 10 sells for $19-$28.

There is an autograph that version that sells for $110-$140 while a graded gem mint 10 sell for $150-$200. Multiple parallels, like purple and silver Prizms, are popular with collectors. The rarest Prizm is the Gold Vinyl which is numbered to one.

2017 Prizm Cody Bellinger #2 RC

The 2017 Prizm has a modern design and metallic finish. It sells for $7-$10 ungraded while a gem mint 10 sells for $40. There are multiple parallels like the Blue Wave and Black Finite. The Black Finite sells is numbered to 1 and is his most valuable card in the set.

Autographed Cards in the set are popular. The autograph cards are numbered differently, for example, the Green Power Prizm is a base card which numbered to 49, but the signature card is numbered to 15. The Black Finite autograph is the most expensive card in the set. 

2017 Bowman High Tek Cody Bellinger #BHT RC

The 2017 Bowman High Tek Cody Bellinger is one of his coolest cards. It has an acetate card with a futuristic design. In the background, there are different patterns like Blackout and Grid. There are more parallels In the set then any card. The most valuable parallels are the gold Galactic and the Diffractor, which are both numbered to one.  

There is an on-card autograph which collectors prefer, and all the signatures are numbered to 75 or less. The best autograph is the gold Galactic Diffractor which is numbered to one. There is no insert in the set, which makes the base card more valuable. The base card sells for $12 while a Gem mint 10 sells for $40.00.

2017 Gold Label Cody Bellinger #19 RC

The 2017 Gold Label is his most unique card. There are three different variations called classes, like class 1 and class 2. Classes can be determined by looking at the left edge of the card. The card sells for $5-$8 ungraded while a gem mint 10 sells for $22-$35.

The card is hard to get in good condition because of a thin foil finish which flakes and lowers the grade. There are autographs in the set, and they all have a gold metal border. The signature rookies sell for $200-$240. They’re all numbered to one hundred. The most expensive parallel is the gold which is numbered to one and sold for around $3000 in a recent eBay auction.

2017 chronicles Cody Bellinger #120 Rookie

The 2017 Chronicles Cody Bellinger rookie cards are some of his cheapest numbered cards. All of the base cards are numbered to 499 and sell for $5-$10. Chronicles also have a preview card of multiple different products like Prizm and Spectra.

There are many different parallels in the set like the blue and gold. There are also parallels in the other set like in Prizm. There are Spectra autographs that are numbered as well. Chronicles have a base autograph which sells for around $100. Bellinger also has a chronicles autograph numbered to 3 which sells for $400.

2017 Donruss Cody Bellinger #196 RC

The 2017 Donruss Cody Bellinger is the most popular non-licensed card. It sells for $5-$7 ungraded while graded a gem mint ten sells for $13-$20. His most popular card in the set is the Rated Rookie. The Rated Rookie is the base card while there is only one insert called The Prospects. The insert sells for $5-$7 ungraded while graded as a gem mint 10 sells for $20-$25.

There is an autograph that sells for $115-$135 while a gem mint 10 sells for $200-$320. There are multiple different parallels, like press proof and silver border. The rarest is the black press proof which is numbered to one.

2017 Topps Diamond Icons Cody Bellinger /25 RC

The 2017 Topps Diamond Icons Cody Bellinger is his rarest and most expensive card. They’re all numbered to 25 and all are autographed. They’re worth $220-$270 ungraded while graded as a Gem Mint 10 sell for $400-$700. There are only three different parallels the purple, red and gold.

The red is numbered to five, as the gold is numbered to one and the purple is numbered ten. The purple sell for $500 as a Gem Mint 10 sells for $850. The red sells for $800-$1000. The gold has not been pulled yet, so there is no price on that parallel.

2017 Topps Heritage Cody Bellinger #678 Rookie

The 2017 Topps Heritage Cody Bellinger rookie cards have a 1968 Topps design. It sells for $4-$10 ungraded while graded 10’s sell for $40-$50. These cards nick very easily, which is why graded cards sell for a lot more money.  

There are two different inserts in the set. One is called Now and Then and the other is called Rookie Performers. The Rookie Performers card sells for $2-$3.50 while graded ones sell for $20-$30. The Now and then sells for $2-$4 while graded sells for $20-$35. There are autographs in the set, but they’re incredibly costly. They sell for $400-$500 while graded is worth around $750.

2017 Five Star Cody Bellinger #FSA Rookie

The 2017 Five Star is one of his most expensive Cody Bellinger rookie cards.  They are all autographed and sell for $100-$150.  The card is harder to find in good condition because of foil sides which tend to flake. 

Alan Karpuch

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

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