Top Cards to Collect
The Texas Rangers clinched their third-ever ticket to the World Series, setting the stage for a historic showdown. Unlike the previous two attempts, there’s a distinct difference in the air this time, and it all centers around the Rangers’ shining star, Corey Seager. The 2020 World Series MVP and bona fide superstar has elevated the team to new heights in his second season in Texas, securing his fourth career All-Star selection and earning the title of playoff hero. We’ve curated a list of the most sought-after Rookie Cards & More for the four-time All-Star to celebrate Seager’s remarkable journey and the Rangers’ pursuit of their elusive championship.
Corey Seager RCs & More #s 5-1
5: 2023 MLB TOPPS NOW® #989 – Corey Seager Game-used Base Relic /99
Seager’s postseason excellence continued in 2023, and there’s no better proof than Game 3 of the ALDS vs. the Orioles. In a 7-1 victory that ended the series, the shortstop sent a pitch deep in the first inning and broke Barry Bonds’ record for most walks in a series, recording his eighth free base in three games. Topps grabbed a base from the contest and ended up using it as a relic for the coveted Topps Now® card above.
4: 2016 Topps Five Star Corey Seager RC Autograph (Redemption)
Few products get the people going like Topps Five Star. In 2016, the high-end product hit the mark once again, building off of its success and offering a slew of cards that would put smile on any collectors face. Originally a redemption, the 2016 Topps Five Star Corey Seager RC Auto dropped in this set, and is easily one of the most coveted cards in the release.
3: 2012 Bowman Chrome Draft Pick #BCA-CS Corey Seager Auto
The 2012 Bowman Chrome Draft Pick #BCA-CS Corey Seager Auto is the fan favorite among Seager prospect cards and boasts an on-card auto. I’ll keep it simple. It’s a must have for any Seager collector.
2: 2016 Topps The Mint Arrivals Corey Seager RC Auto /50 (Redemption)
2016 The Mint has no base set, but this Corey Seager auto resides in the Archival Autographs insert. It’s another card that was initially a redemption and may be the most popular of the Seager high-end rookies, which says a lot. You might have to dig in the ole’ piggy bank for this bad boy, but it’s worth the coin.
1: 2016 Topps #85 Corey Seager RC
The 2016 Topps #85 Corey Seager RC is his flagship rookie and actually his very first RC. Despite plenty of these cards circulating throughout the Internet, the value comes in the fact that it’s the first. If you can get your hands on one, holding on might be in your best interest. With Seager’s play, his trading card value only skyrockets.
Corey Seager RCs & More Pt. 1
Explore Corey Seager’s Rookie Cards and More.