2004 Baseball Cards
Few years in recent memory contained as much excitement as 2004. The Boston Red Sox overcame a 0-3 deficit to the New York Yankees in the ALCS, and later won the 2004 World Series. Also, Ichiro broke the single-season record for hits, as he notched 262 hits. And it was announced that professional baseball would once again return to Washington, DC. The Montreal Expos were relocated following the 2004 season. 2004 baseball cards did not enjoy the same success, but there were several popular options for collectors to chase.
2004 baseball cards feature another rookie class without much depth. Felix Hernandez, Gio Gonzalez, Dustin Pedroia and Yadier Molina are the best rookie options. 2004 Bowman Draft Picks & Prospects also features popular autographed prospect cards from Andrew McCutchen and Justin Upton.
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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.
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.
While not the strongest checklist from a rookie card standpoint, 2004 Topps Baseball has a clean design that stands up well. With the World Series celebrating its 100th anniversary, several insert sets celebrate the Fall Classic.
Configuration: 6 packs per box. 1 card per pack. Expectations are high for 2004 Topps Originals Baseball – Signature Edition. Brought to collectors for the first time, every single-card pack guarantees ONE AUTOGRAPHED VINTAGE BUY-BACK CARD from a Retired Star! Every card is autographed, hand-numbered, encased and securely sealed. Over 150 Retired Stars have Autographed […]
2004 Topps Traded & Rookies Baseball updates both the flagship Topps and Topps Chrome lines. The 220-card set mixes players pictured with their new teams and prospects. Felix Hernandez is the key rookie card.