Offering three autographs per Hobby Jumbo box and five autographs per Super Jumbo box, 2023 Bowman Draft Baseball helps close out the MLB prospect season for collectors.
Bowman Draft Picks and Prospects
Bowman Draft Picks and Prospects Baseball Card Set Information, Checklists, Price Comparisons, and Reviews.
Exclusive to Topps, 2022 Bowman Draft Sapphire Baseball adds the chromium blue finish to the main prospect lineup.
2022 Bowman Draft Baseball is the third act in the overall Bowman lineup for the year. Formats again include Hobby Jumbo, Super Jumbo and Lite.
2022 Bowman Draft 1st Edition Baseball features an early look at top MLB prospects from the main release.
The online-only MLB set offers exclusive prospect cards in 2021 Bowman Draft Sapphire Baseball. Boxes include two parallels.
Grab some of the latest MLB draftees with 2021 Bowman Draft Baseball. The Topps brand now offers three different Hobby formats plus an exclusive Asian format.
2021 Bowman Draft 1st Edition Baseball offers the initial look at Topps’ year-end MLB prospect lineup.
2020 Bowman Draft Sapphire Baseball offers online-exclusive Chrome versions for top MLB prospects.
2020 Bowman Draft Baseball looks to the 2020 MLB Draft for the newest prospects. Formats include Jumbo with three autographs or Super Jumbo with five autographs.
Arriving as an online-exclusive release, 2020 Bowman Draft 1st Edition Baseball gives collectors an early look at the year-end MLB prospect set.
Add online-exclusive versions of the top MLB draftees and prospects with 2019 Bowman Draft Sapphire Baseball. Each box contains two parallels.
Get a headstart on the top incoming talent with 2019 Bowman Draft Baseball. The Chrome-heavy set offers the first MLB cards for 2019 draft picks in Hobby Jumbo and Super Jumbo boxes.
Chase the newest prospect autographs with 2018 Bowman Draft Baseball. Centered on the 2018 MLB Draft picks, Jumbo boxes contain three autographs and Super Jumbo promises five autographs.
Diving into the ’17 draft, 2017 Bowman Draft Baseball is the place to find the first MLB cards for the newest crop of players. Collectors can pick between Jumbo or Super Jumbo boxes.
2016 Bowman Draft Baseball switches things up with a Jumbo Hobby box format. Each Jumbo box offers three autographs while Super Jumbo contains five autographs.
2015 Bowman Draft Baseball tackles the 2015 MLB Draft with base, Chrome and autograph cards. Hobby boxes promise one autograph, Jumbo boxes include three and Super Jumbo boxes yield five autographs.
2014 Bowman Draft Baseball focuses on the latest batch of players to get picked by MLB squads. Every hobby box promises one autograph.
2013 Bowman Draft Picks & Prospects Baseball goes deep into baseball’s future including many top picks from the 2013 MLB draft. Every box promises one Bowman Chrome autograph. New cards feature draft day photos.
Promising the first MLB-licensed cards of 2012 draft picks, 2012 Bowman Draft Picks and Prospects Baseball is loaded with potential future stars. Hobby boxes promise one Bowman Chrome Autograph while jumbo boxes have three. Several Refractor parallels also help fuel the chase.
2011 Bowman Draft Picks & Prospects Baseball caps off another year of popular Bowman and Bowman Chrome sets. The format doesn’t change much with prospects, Chrome Autographs and Refractors leading the way.
2010 Bowman Draft is the same prospect heavy product we’ve seen in the past, but this year’s set will take full advantage of Topps’ agreement with USA Baseball, featuring Team USA 16 and Under Autographs.
Driven by the first Mike Trout MLB autograph, 2009 Bowman Draft Picks & Prospects Baseball sees the familiar year-end return of rookies and emerging stars. The slightly revamped checklist makes room for 35 World Baseball Classic cards.
2008 Bowman Draft Picks & Prospects Baseball has one of the strongest autograph lineups in recent history. Key signers include Michael (Giancarlo) Stanton, Buster Posey and Jesus Montero. As usual, Refractors remain popular as well.
Autographs and Refractors highlight 2007 Bowman Draft Picks & Baseball. Focusing almost entirely on rookies, prospects and draft picks, the set combines the Bowman and Bowman Chrome brands. Get full info, including a complete checklist and buying guide.
Outside of Evan Longoria and Clayton Kershaw Bowman Chrome autographs, 2006 Bowman Draft Picks and Prospects Baseball is an overall weak release for the brand. However, there are a couple of dark horses collectors can watch for. And, as always, Refractor rainbows remain a popular choice.
2005 Bowman Draft Picks & Prospects is one of the most loaded sets in the modern hobby. Mixing Bowman and Bowman Chrome, key rookie cards include Ryan Braun, Jacob Ellsbury, Jered Weaver and Ricky Romero.
2004 Bowman Draft Picks & Prospects checklist, set info, key cards, card gallery, reviews, boxes for sale and much more. Key rookie cards include autographs of Phil Hughes, Homer Bailey and Gio Gonzalez.
Combining Bowman and Bowman Chrome into one release, 2003 Bowman Draft Picks & Prospects is highlighted by rookie cards of Robinson Cano, Ryan Howard and a Nick Markakis autograph. Inserts include a variety of Refractors and additional autographs.
One of the premier baseball card sets of the early millennium, 2002 Bowman Draft Picks & Prospects Baseball includes both regular Bowman and Bowman Chrome in the same package. Key rookies in the set include Curtis Granderson, Joey Votto, Cole Hamels, Nick Swisher and James Loney.