The Underrated Baseball Rookie Card List

by Joeyd011 - 258 cards (Last updated on Dec. 1, 2017)


1. 1933 Goudey #211 Hack Wilson


Hack Wilson - HOF Career, 1,461 Hits, 244 HR's, 1,063 RBI's, 6 100+ RBI Seasons, .307 Career Hitter.

Wilson was inducted to the hall of fame in 1979 by the Veterans Committee. In 1930, Wilson hit 56 Home-Runs, drove in 191 runs, and batted .356 while with the Chicago Cubs. In that particular year however, the league did not have an MVP award winner due to financial constraints. On paper he is considered the 1930 NL MVP, but it is still not officially recognized.

2. 1933 Goudey #5 Babe Herman


Babe Herman - 1,818 Hits, 399 Doubles, 181 HR's, 997 RBI's, .324 Career Hitter.

3. 1933 Goudey #194 Earl Averill


Earl Averill - HOF Career, 2,019 Hits, 401 Doubles, 238 HR's, 1,164 RBI's, .318 Career Hitter, 6 Time All-Star.

Averill was selected to the hall of fame in 1975 by the Veterans Committee.

4. 1933 Goudey #128 Chuck Klein


Chuck Klein - HOF Career, 1932 NL MVP, 1933 NL Batting Title, 1933 NL Triple Crown, 2,076 Hits, 398 Doubles, 300 HR's, 1,201 RBI's, 6 100+ RBI Seasons, .320 Career Hitter, 2 Time All-Star.

Chuck was selected to the hall of fame in 1980 by the Veterans Committee.

5. 1934 Goudey #25 Doc Cramer


Doc Cramer - 2,705 Hits, 396 Doubles, 842 RBI's, .296 Career Hitter, 5 Time All-Star, 1 WS Ring.

6. 1934 Goudey #68 Bob Johnson


'Indian' Bob Johnson - 2,051 Hits, 396 Doubles, 288 HR's, 1,283 RBI's, 8 100+ RBI Seasons, .296 Career Hitter, 8 Time All-Star.

7. 1934-36 Diamond Stars (R327) #66 Joe Medwick


Joe Medwick - HOF Career, NL MVP Award, 2,471 Hits, 540 Doubles, 205 HR's, 1,383 RBI's, .324 Career Hitter, 10 Time All-Star, 1 WS Ring.

8. 1936 R312 National Chicle Pastels #NNO Johnny Mize


Johnny Mize - HOF Career, 1939 AL Batting Title, 2,011 Hits, 367 Doubles, 359 HR's, 1,337 RBI's, 8 100+ RBI Seasons, .312 Career Hitter, 10 Time All-Star, 5 WS Rings.

9. 1938 Goudey Heads-Up (R323) #260 Rudy York


Rudy York - 1,621 Hits, 291 Doubles, 277 HR's, 1,149 RBI's, .275 Career Hitter, 7 Time All-Star, 1 WS Ring.

10. 1939 Play Ball #7a Bobby Doerr


Bobby Doerr - HOF Career, 2,042 Hits, 381 Doubles, 223 HR's, 1,247 RBI's, .288 Career Hitter, 9 Time All-Star, Career Boston Red Sox.

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