Mike Trout rookie card sells for auction and it is amazingly record-breaking. Let’s check it out.
Mike Trout rejected $1 million deal with the Los Angles Angels unit 2014. Wednesday His MLB rookie card nearly cost that much only.
The Goldin Auctions which was the highest price for a modern-day baseball card, per the Action Network’s Darren Rovell, Trout’s autographed Bowman Draft Chrome Prospect card sold for a record $900,000.
It also won the record for the most pricy modern card ever, as in Michel Jordan-LeBron James trading card sell for $900,000 in February.
Through the nine seasons of MLB, Trout has been named an All-star eight times, an AL MUP three times. He has won Rookie of the year in 2012 while leading the American League in stolen bases and hitting 30 home runs.
The best all-around baseball player since Mickey Mantle, nagotiatably, Trout has entertained MLB fans for the last decade and has shown no signs of getting slow.
The value of his rookie and go for the skyrocket moreover. The big costs being paid for sports memorabilia continued on Wednesday like the stage of a re-organization Auction closed.
Like Trout card, it is not a new thing that it sold for an insane amount. In all the seasons of MLB he has hit 305 runs.
A Lakers championship ring Kobe given to his mother was sold at $20,250, whereas one of Bryant’s Rookie cards sold at $110,400. The Kobe’s scorer’s sheet high of 81 points penned by Bryant sold at $23,750.
After issues with the Auction finish over the weekend, the Auction was divided into three parts, with other items ending Thursday and Friday night.
A LeBron Rookie Jersey went for $362,500 while one of his cards, also from the Exquisite collection, sold at $1,46,400.