Tuesday, June 03, 2014

A Corey Seager Autographed Card for the Collection

This Dodger infield prospect is on an absolute tear. He is batting an impressive .342 with 8 home runs, 21 doubles and 37 RBI's in 49 games.  His OPS is hovering at an all-star level of .979.  Even more telling is that he has been consistently good against both right-handed and left-handed pitchers.  Against righties he is slashing .344/.398/.545, and against southpaws he is .333/.385/.708.  Wow!

If Corey Seager can continue to develop like this, then I figure he'll be spending just a little more time in the minors before getting a chance to show his stuff on the big stage.  Maybe he moves up to Double-AA later in the season, then gets a cup of coffee in 2015 as a 21-year old.

His progress has to make the folks in the Dodger front office giddy.  In fact, I know I'm happy as a clam.  So happy in fact, I figured it was about time to pick up a Seager autographed card for my collection before they starting shooting up in value.  Unfortunately, I might be a little too late.  His 2012 Bowman Chrome rookie cards are regularly trading at about $30 to $40 a piece.

So, instead of splurging big on that card I decided to pick up a 2013 Bowman Inception autographed card instead.  Check it out above and below.

As you can see, it came to me in the original card saver direct from Topps. I have yet to decide if I'll crack it out of that packaging.

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1 comment:

  1. I have the same card, luckily I pulled it from a box of Inception I got for my birthday. It took Topps 9 months to get it to me, but in the end it was worth the wait. Sweet card.


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