Bo Jackson Future Stars Rookie Card;

Bo Jackson Future Stars Rookie Card;

Bo Jackson Future Stars Rookie Card


Bo Jackson has had a long and storied career, and most of that is on display in his rookie form. His 1967 Topps card is the showcase of his impressive rookie days.


Do you know that the most expensive Bo Jackson Baseball Rookie Card (1988 TOPPS BO JACKSON FOOTBALL ROOKIE CARD RC PSA GEM MINT 10) was sold on eBay in February 2021 for $2800.00 while the cheapest Rookie Card (Topps 1987 Bo Jackson Rookie Kansas City Royals #170 Mint ConditionBaseball Card) changed hands for only $0.01 in December 2021? The month with the most cards sold (273) was May 2020 with an average selling price of $5.99 for a Baseball Card of Bo Jackson. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in September 2014 with $174.99 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $0.25 was May 2011. In average, a Rookie Card from Bo Jackson is valued with $5.99.

I voted Bo Jackson's 1987 Fleer Glossy card as the Best Overall Value and here's why. It is believed that 75,000 Fleer Glossy sets were produced, so higher than the 86 Topps Traded Tiffany (5,000 produced) or the 1987 Topps Tiffany (30,000 sets produced). (Source: allvintagecards.com)


To give you a bigger picture, here are some more Baseball Rookie Cards of Bo Jackson that were sold recently on eBay. In total, we scanned 5460 sales to create the statistics about price trends and current value of Bo Jackson Baseball Rookie Cards shown on top of this page:

But Bo was still a damn good baseball player; he had power, speed, and a ridiculous arm in center field. He struck out a lot, so he wasn't much of a contact hitter. But his 1989 season was the example of what Bo could do - batting .256, with 32 home runs and 26 stolen bases, but 172 strikeouts in 515 at-bats. (Source: allvintagecards.com)



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