Exploding onto the collecting scene, Shohei Ohtani cards have electrified the market to start the 2018 season but that is not a surprise for many who saw it coming even before he joined the Los Angeles Angels. Although it is fair to wonder if the dual threat can maintain his early success on the mound and at the plate, Shohei Ohtani cards are expected to dominate 2018.
Helped by the big market he plays in and considerable coverage of his move to Major League Baseball, Ohtani's cards started drawing mainstream interest in 2017, but really took off in 2018 with his MLB debut and the many Shohei Ohtani rookie cards.
Naturally, his signed baseball cards are generally the most popular and valuable of the choices, especially 2018Bowman Baseball. While they are found in limited numbers, every new set of 2018 baseball cards seems to add to the Ohtani autograph supply. You also can't overlook the early Japanese releases that began in 2013, which supply even more options that pre-date his official MLB rookies.
As more cards enter the market, collectors will decide which deserve the most attention. To provide fans with a snapshot of what cards are seeing the most interest online at any given moment, we present the real-time Shohei Ohtani hot list.
The list is always updating to supply the most-watched auctions on eBay, and it can be a great way to spot and track the very rare Ohtani cards, or just take note of some crazy prices.
Most-Watched Shohei Ohtani Cards Hot List
The following list includes the most-watched Shohei Ohtani cards currently listed as auctions on eBay. Review the options below and click on specific listings for more information and to place your bid.
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Trey Treutel is an Ole Miss grad and a lifelong sports fanatic. He is a huge fan of the NBA and NFL, as well as soccer, college basketball and college football. As a kid, he collected football and basketball cards. In more recent years, he started collecting basketball cards again on a whim and has since expanded to other sports and entertainment options. Find Trey on Twitter at @datreute or Google+.