2014 Bowman Inception Baseball Hot List

2014 Bowman Inception Baseball Hot List

While the perception of products can sway greatly based on the current rookie class, on-card signatures and a good design can go a long way with collectors. When you combine those positives with rookie and prospect names like Kris Bryant, Jose Abreu, George Springer and Masahiro Tanaka, it is easy to see why collectors have shown great interest in 2014 Bowman Inception Baseball.

The hit-only product brings collectors five signed cards and a current price tag around $100. Considering the quality of the design and the possible names within, this seems like less of a gamble than many other baseball products.

Although the inclusion was somewhat controversial, 2014 Bowman Inception is also the place to find the 2013 Bowman Chrome autographs for Kris Bryant. These cards were a pleasant surprise for many and they have been regularly selling for over $500 a piece.

With several Kris Bryant autographs in the checklist, it should not be a shock that his rarest signed cards are commanding the most interest. His Prospect Inscriptions Autographs, limited to 10, and the silver ink autographs of Black Collection and Silver Signings look to be the top options. These on-card autographs are also in-demand for many of the other young players.

Below is a real-time list of the most watched auctions currently available on eBay. It is regularly updating with new cards, so check back often to track your favorite players or just to view the cards that are attracting the most attention.

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  1. Looks like the Cubs dominate here.

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