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The Texas Rangers clinched their third-ever ticket to the World Series, setting the stage for a historic showdown. Unlike the previous two attempts, there’s a distinct difference in the air this time, and it all centers around the Rangers’ shining star, Corey Seager. The former World Series MVP and bona fide superstar has elevated the team to new heights in his second season in Texas, securing his fourth career All-Star selection and earning the title of playoff hero. We’ve curated a list of the most sought-after Rookie Cards & More for the four-time All-Star to celebrate Seager’s remarkable journey and the Rangers’ pursuit of their elusive championship.
Corey Seager RCs & More #s 10-6
10: 2023 Topps Series 1 1988 #T88-83 Corey Seager
In 2023, Topps Series 1 celebrated its 35th year. The 2023 Topps Series 1 1988 #T88-83 Corey Seager can be found in this commemorative set and is a jewel based off career accomplishments and accolades alone. Anytime you pull a card with a multi-time All-Star and World Series MVP, it has the chance to be a home run in the future.
9: Topps Project70® #90 – 2020 Corey Seager by Sophia Chang /2515
After winning NLCS MVP honors and setting an NLCS record with five homers and 11 RBIs against the Braves in 2020, Seager continued his torrid pace through the postseason, hitting two more dingers and driving in five more runs as the Dodgers took home their first World Series title since 1988. To commemorate the moment, Topps collaborated with artist Sophia Chang for this Topps Project70 card numbered to 2015. The online-exclusive release flew off the Internet and can only be found on the secondary market these days. Happy Hunting!
8: 2020 MLB TOPPS NOW® #119 – Seager Brothers Each Hit Homers in 1st Career Matchup
On August 18, 2020, a young Corey’s Seager earned the opportunity to face off against his older brother, Kyle, for the first time as a professional. While lil bro’s squad took home the 11-9 W, both Seager brother’s went yard. Topps Commemorated the special moment with the card above, which could only be found on the secondary market these days. It’s not hard to find, but it’s definitely a gem to add to a budding Corey Seager collection.
7: 2022 MLB TOPPS NOW® #566C Corey Seager 2022 MLB Home Run Derby Ball Relic /1
Topps came out with three variations of the 2022 MLB TOPPS NOW® #566C Corey Seager 2022 MLB Home Run Derby Ball Relic, but only the one with the yellow background is numbered to 1. Obviously, with just one of these bad boys on the market, this online exclusive celebrating Seager’s 2022 Home Run Derby appearance is extremely hard to come by. The shortstop, who had his father, Jeff, pitching to him, hit 24 homers in the First Round, including a 451-foot moonshot, but the Mariners’ Julio Rodríguez eventually eliminated him. I can’t lie. Getting one of the derby balls as a relic sounds dope, but the chances of getting your hands on this are slim to none.
6: 2010 Topps USA Baseball #ATBD Corey Seager Auto Red Ink /99
The 2010 Topps USA Baseball #ATBD Corey Seager Auto /99 isn’t Seager’s most valuable card. But it may be his most wholesome. The Red Ink variation of this card is numbered to 99, making it harder to find and features the four-time All-Star long before he joined the ranks of the best baseball players in the world. Isn’t it wild that he’s now one of the best and possibly on the cusp of winning his second World Series? The 16U National Team was spot on with the Seager selection.
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Explore Corey Seager’s Rookie Cards and More.