Baseball Cards: Values, Prices & Trading

All Baseball Players

Name
Average cards price
Cards in database
Tracked cards
Performance index
7 Days Change
30 Days Trend
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2,529
575
4,833.91
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-
4,002
657
10,000
-
-
3,945
855
5,273.77
-
-
5,327
1,041
1,693.07
-
-
5,719
1,167
10,000
-
-
11,747
1,904
8,528.5
-
-
2,697
467
10,000
-
-
26,482
4,106
32,021.14
-
-
13,500
3,673
2,098.88
-
-
21,149
3,667
11,171.69
-
-
7,361
1,363
8,404
-
-
43,257
5,538
10,258.46
-
-
4,789
771
4,287.75
-
-
9,156
1,931
5,622.9
-
-
33,935
5,230
18,406.5
-
-
8,412
1,485
40,542.08
-
-
2,333
808
6,173.45
-
-
4,116
621
2,726.27
-
-
10,258
1,471
12,995.4
-
-
12,549
1,771
31,697
-
-
8,826
2,133
3,885.42
-
-
1,671
713
10,000
-
-
5,589
1,204
10,521.4
-
-
1,414
530
10,000
-
-
6,091
1,467
2,266.1
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Top rising / falling Players

Top Rising
7 Days Change
30 Days Trend
Top Falling
7 Days Change
30 Days Trend

About Baseball Trading Cards

Updated at July 01, 2024
There are currently 5828794 Trading Cards and 25621 Trading Card Sets of Baseball Trading Cards in our Database.

The most valuable Baseball card is currently 1909 American Tobacco Company T206 White Border #NNO Honus Wagner PSA 1.5 in American Tobacco Company T206 White Border set from 1909 with a worth of approx. $3,720,000.00. This card was traded 0 times on ebay in the past year. The price range was to .

Other Baseball Cards of to watch are:
  • 2019 Topps #410 Fernando Tatis Jr. PSA 10, released in 2019 in Topps set with a value of approx. $23.00
  • 2019 Topps #410 Fernando Tatis Jr. PSA 10, released in 2019 in Topps set with a value of approx. $172.50
  • 1989 Donruss #33 Ken Griffey Jr., released in 1989 in Donruss set with a value of approx. $5.03

  • Overall about 206931 of Baseball Cards have been traded in the last 30 days on eBay. The average Price was $31.36. The price range was $0.01 for 2024 Topps Big League To the Moon Die Cuts #TM-11 Ryan Mountcastle to $51,240.00 for 1953 Topps #82 Mickey Mantle SGC 8
    The value of Baseball trading cards has been increasing for about 990.980% in the past 7 days.
    The most traded Baseball trading card in the past 30 days on eBay was from 2024 by Bowman set with 336 trades and an average price of $4.78.

    The History of Baseball Cards

    While many collectors attribute the first baseball cards to Peck and Snyder, a sporting goods store that printed team cards with ads on the back in 1869, others say tobacco companies truly popularized the first baseball trading cards in the late 1800s. Little did they know that the value of these advertising cards would expand to the point that some are worth millions of dollars today.

    While these collectible cards, centered around black and white images of well-known players, were added as a bonus to tobacco and gum packages, the cards didn’t take long to become popular and their value promptly jumped much higher than the products they were sold with..

    The American Tobacco Company published the first set of baseball cards as we know them in 1909 and the T206 Honus Wagner card from that set is regarded as one of the most valuable baseball cards ever. This and many other early sets have increased in value immensely since the 1980’s. That’s when there was a resurgence in interest in the hobby and more baseball card collectors started to drive up the value of older and rarer baseball cards to add to their collections.

    Many baseball cards are available in different varieties, which can be as simple as another color (often called a ‘parallel’), or enhanced elements like holographic images, foil-stamped versions, and even some extremely limited-run cards that include player uniform patch and other materials. This last category of exclusive baseball cards tend to skyrocket in value due to their exclusivity and this makes the baseball cards worth a lot of money.

    Which MLB Baseball Cards are worth money?

    While all of these special elements increase baseball card values to collectors, there are a number distinct elements that can affect a baseball card's rarity and how much money it’s worth. For instance, some cards are more common to find in packs, so they don’t accrue as much value over time. Cards printed in small quantities or only available for a limited time are usually rarer than cards that were made in higher quantities, which drives up their value for collectors and investors alike.

    The condition of a card, which can be professionally graded by experts, is a huge determiner of value for modern collectors, too. Certain sets of cards from commemorative events, rookie cards of players who later made their mark on the sport, autographed cards, and those with limited distribution also tend to see increases in value as well.

    There are many devoted collectors of MLB Baseball Cards nowadays, and the hobby is in good shape. MLB Baseball cards are created by a variety of companies, including Topps, Panini, Fleer, and Upper Deck. Each year, these companies create new sets of cards featuring the best players in the current season, and they definitely print some cards in smaller quantities to drive their value up faster and make them worth a lot of money. In general, collecting and trading baseball trading cards is a thrilling and entertaining activity for lovers of the sport. There are many different cards to choose from, so every collector can find baseball cards they like and value.

    If you want to know about some really expensive Baseball cards check out our Blog: The Most Expensive Baseball Cards of All Time

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