Other than a few cosmetic changes, 2012 Bowman Baseball sticks with what’s made it one of the most popular brands in the hobby. Once again collectors can expect rookies and prospects galore and a ton of parallels and refractors to chase. Bowman Black autographs debut.
The 2012 Bowman Baseball Blue Wave Refractor Autographs are some of the hottest cards in the hobby. Check out images of all 38 cards in the set and get early sales analysis.
Get everything you need to know about the 2012 Bowman Baseball Chrome Prospect Autographs with our easy-to-use guide. Includes images of all 38 cards in the set as well as a buying guide and player info.
Here’s everything you need to know about the 2012 Bowman Baseball Retail Prospects Autographs. Includes details, insertion rates, gallery, players’ previous Bowman autographs and much more.
Topps has announced the final lineup for the 2012 Bowman Baseball AFLAC Autographs along with print runs. Checklist highlights include Gerrit Cole and Matt Purke.
Justin Verlander and Matt Kemp autographs highlight the deep 2005 Bowman Chrome Baseball rookie checklist. The set also introduced the hobby to Bowman Chrome Superfractors, which have become the top rookie one-of-one cards.
Although not the greatest checklist in the history of the brand, 2004 Bowman Chrome Baseball still boasts the highly desirable autographed Felix Hernandez rookie card. The release also has the refractors parallels collectors expect.
Although not quite the blockbuster as the two previous years, 2003 Bowman Chrome Baseball is still another strong option for rookie card collectors. Key cards include autographs of Hanley Ramirez, Brian McCann and Kevin Youkilis.