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Major League Baseball phenoms Ronald Acuna Jr. and Shohei Ohtani are featured on the 2018 Bowman Chrome baseball card hobby box’s cover, issued on September 26, 2018.

This article will highlight the top five most valuable cards from the 2018 Bowman Chrome set, review the 2018 Bowman Draft variations, and assess the quality of the set.

Spoiler alert: the top five most valuable cards from 2018 Bowman Chrome headline Shohei Ohtani and Luis Robert.

5 Most Valuable 2018 Bowman Chrome Cards

Buyers Tips and Notes:

  • Generally speaking, you should invest in high grades only i.e. PSA 10, 9, 8 | SGC 10 | BGS 10, 9.5 in order to maximize your ROI.
  • All of the cards below come in base auto, autorefractor, and superfractor.
  • This is one of the most popular baseball card sets of all time.

 

1. 2018 Bowman Chrome Shohei Ohtani Rookie Autographs Refractor (Pitching) #CRAS

Shohei Ohtani, the 2018 American League Rookie of the Year, claims the most valuable card from 2018 Bowman Chrome.

The highly distinguished card features Ohtani on the mound, where he has recorded an overall ERA of 3.53 through three MLB seasons.

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After posting a 3.18 ERA and a 1.09 WHIP while striking out 156 batters over 130.1 innings, crushing 40 home runs, driving in 100 RBIs, and stealing 26 bases, the two-way generational athlete is a near-lock for the 2021 American League MVP.

Ohtani’s 2018 Bowman Chrome Orange Refractor is extremely limited, serial-numbered to only 25 cards. Ohtani’s iconic card received a BGS 9.5 for the card’s condition and a BGS 10 for the quality of the autograph. 

On July 10, 2020, a collector purchased Ohtani’s 2018 Bowman Chrome card through Goldin Auctions for a whopping $145,200.

As Ohtani put together a remarkable season on the mound and the plate, his 2018 Bowman Chrome Autographed Orange Refractor rookie card is a sound investment.

 

2. 2018 Bowman Chrome Luis Robert Prospect Auto (Refractor) #CPALR

Finishing second for the 2020 AL Rookie of the Year Award, Luis Robert is the future of MLB.

In his rookie season shortened by the pandemic, Robert hit 11 home runs, recorded 31 RBIs, and registered eight doubles in just 56 games.

In his sophomore campaign riddled with injuries, Robert had a similar stat line with 13 home runs and 43 RBIs through 68 games.

However, he registered 22 doubles in 2021 and significantly increased his batting average from .233 in his rookie year to .338 in his second season.

As the second most valuable card from 2018 Bowman Chrome, Luis Robert’s Prospect Autos Red Refractors card is serial-numbered to just five.

After obtaining a BGS 9.5 for the card, and BGS 10 for the autograph, a collector ultimately purchased the highly sought-after card through Goldin Auctions on January 31, 2021, for $134,400.

 

#3. 2018 Bowman Chrome Shohei Ohtani Rookie Autographs Refractor (Batting) #BCRASO

This particular Shohei Ohtani rookie card from 2018 Bowman Chrome illustrates Ohtani at the plate, where he was exceptional as a rookie.

In his 2018 rookie season, Ohtani hit 22 home runs, drove in 66 RBIs, and stole 10 bases while logging a .285 batting average and a remarkable .564 slugging percentage through 104 games.

If that wasn’t enough, Ohtani also started 10 games for the Angels, with a 3.31 ERA, 1.16 WHIP, and 63 strikeouts through 51.2 innings en route to capturing the AL Rookie of the Year.

Like Ohtani’s most valuable card discussed earlier that features him on the mound, this variation is also serial-numbered to 25, though it illustrates Ohtani at the plate.

The memorable card follows the grading trend thus far, receiving a BGS 9.5 for the card and a BGS 10 for Ohtani’s autograph. Ohtani’s Rookie Autographs Orange Refractor card was sold by Goldin Auctions on August 9, 2021, for $92,400.

 

#4. 2018 Bowman Chrome Luis Robert Prospect Auto (Includes SuperFractor) #CPALR

Referencing to Luis Robert’s rookie season, he registered 47 hits through 56 games and struck out 73 times.

However, Robert reached another level in the 2021 season, recording 93 hits through 68 games and striking out only 61 times in 68 games.

He also increased his slugging percentage from .436 in the 2020 season to .567 in his sophomore campaign.

Luis Robert’s 2018 Bowman Chrome SuperFractor card is serial-numbered 1/1 and will forever be the only copy of the card. Robert’s SuperFractor also received a BGS 9.5 for the card’s condition and a BGS 10 for Robert’s autograph.

Before making his major league debut, a collector acquired Robert’s card on August 10, 2019 through Goldin Auctions for $50,400.

 

#5. 2018 Bowman Chrome Vladimir Guerrero Jr. AUTO (Refractor) RC #BCP150

Vlad Guerrero Jr. made his major league debut with the Toronto Blue Jays on April 26, 2019. Through 123 games in his rookie season, Vlad Jr. had 15 home runs, 16 RBIs behind a .272 batting average, good for 6th most votes for the AL Rookie of the Year Award.

In the 2021 season, Vlad Jr. took the league by storm behind 48 home runs, 111 RBIs, and 123 runs scored, on top of a .311 batting average.

Vladimir Guerrero Jr.’s 2018 Bowman Chrome SuperFractor is serial-numbered 1/1. Guerrero’s SuperFractor card received a BGS 9 for centering, 9 for corners, 10 for edges, and 9.5 for the card’s surface, with an overall grade of a BGS 9.

A collector purchased the extraordinary one-of-a-kind card through Heritage Auctions on May 6, 2021, for $2,887.20.

 

2018 Bowman Chrome Checklist

BDC-1 Casey Mize – Detroit Tigers
BDC-2 Matt Vierling – Philadelphia Phillies
BDC-3 Brusdar Graterol – Minnesota Twins
BDC-4 Lawrence Butler – Oakland Athletics
BDC-5 Terrin Vavra – Colorado Rockies
BDC-6 Jarred Kelenic – New York Mets
BDC-7 Yusniel Diaz – Baltimore Orioles
BDC-8 Lenny Torres – Cleveland Indians
BDC-9 Shane McClanahan – Tampa Bay Rays
BDC-10 Blayne Enlow – Minnesota Twins
BDC-11 Brice Turang – Milwaukee Brewers
BDC-12 Tim Cate – Washington Nationals
BDC-13 Pedro Avila – San Diego Padres
BDC-14 Kyle Isbel – Kansas City Royals
BDC-15 Devin Mann – Los Angeles Dodgers
BDC-16 Jazz Chisholm – Arizona Diamondbacks
BDC-17 Luis Medina – New York Yankees
BDC-18 Adrian Morejon – San Diego Padres
BDC-19 Arbert Cipion – Milwaukee Brewers
BDC-20 Trevor Stephan – New York Yankees
BDC-21 Drew Ellis – Arizona Diamondbacks
BDC-22 Taylor Trammell – Cincinnati Reds
BDC-23 Jayson Schroeder – Houston Astros
BDC-24 Joe Jacques – Pittsburgh Pirates
BDC-25 Alec Bohm – Philadelphia Phillies
BDC-26 Beau Burrows – Detroit Tigers
BDC-27 Jonathan Stiever – Chicago White Sox
BDC-28 Parker Meadows – Detroit Tigers
BDC-29 Jonathan Ornelas – Arizona Diamondbacks
BDC-30 Matthew Liberatore – Tampa Bay Rays
BDC-31 Greyson Jenista – Atlanta Braves
BDC-32 Bo Bichette – Toronto Blue Jays
BDC-33 Durbin Feltman – Boston Red Sox
BDC-34 Nick Sandlin – Cleveland Indians
BDC-35 Jahmai Jones – Los Angeles Angels
BDC-36 Brandon Marsh – Los Angeles Angels
BDC-37 Lency Delgado – Chicago White Sox
BDC-38 Nick Madrigal – Chicago White Sox
BDC-39 Kris Bubic – Kansas City Royals
BDC-40 Oneil Cruz – Pittsburgh Pirates
BDC-41 Alex Faedo – Detroit Tigers
BDC-42 Thomas Ponticelli – Cleveland Indians
BDC-43 Bryan Lavastida – Cleveland Indians
BDC-44 Nick Schnell – Tampa Bay Rays
BDC-45 Cal Mitchell – Pittsburgh Pirates
BDC-46 Nick Solak – Tampa Bay Rays
BDC-47 Brennen Davis – Chicago Cubs
BDC-48 Ethan Hankins – Cleveland Indians
BDC-49 Keston Hiura – Milwaukee Brewers
BDC-50 Ke’Bryan Hayes – Pittsburgh Pirates
BDC-51 Jeremiah Jackson – Los Angeles Angels
BDC-52 Lolo Sanchez – Pittsburgh Pirates
BDC-53 Gregory Soto – Detroit Tigers
BDC-54 Nicky Lopez – Kansas City Royals
BDC-55 Jake Wong – San Francisco Giants
BDC-56 Jordan Groshans – Toronto Blue Jays
BDC-57 Josh Breaux – New York Yankees
BDC-58 Hunter Greene – Cincinnati Reds
BDC-59 Dylan Cease – Chicago White Sox
BDC-60 Carlos Cortes – New York Mets
BDC-61 Korry Howell – Milwaukee Brewers
BDC-62 Joey Wentz – Atlanta Braves
BDC-63 Logan Gilbert – Seattle Mariners
BDC-64 Ryan Rolison – Colorado Rockies
BDC-65 Anthony Seigler – New York Yankees
BDC-66 Jorge Guzman – Miami Marlins
BDC-67 Mark Vientos – New York Mets
BDC-68 Chris Paddack – San Diego Padres
BDC-69 Kole Cottam – Boston Red Sox
BDC-70 Trevor Larnach – Minnesota Twins
BDC-71 Monte Harrison – Miami Marlins
BDC-72 Aramis Ademan – Chicago Cubs
BDC-73 Grayson Rodriguez – Baltimore Orioles
BDC-74 Nick Gordon – Minnesota Twins
BDC-75 Sixto  Sanchez – Philadelphia Phillies
BDC-76 Joe Gray – Milwaukee Brewers
BDC-77 Drevian Williams-Nelson – Los Angeles Angels
BDC-78 Tanner Dodson – Tampa Bay Rays
BDC-79 Ryan Vilade – Colorado Rockies
BDC-80 Blake Rivera – San Francisco Giants
BDC-81 Adam Haseley – Philadelphia Phillies
BDC-82 Braydon Fisher – Los Angeles Dodgers
BDC-83 Kevon Jackson – Kansas City Royals
BDC-84 Ryder Green – New York Yankees
BDC-85 Jawuan Harris – San Diego Padres
BDC-86 Mitch Keller – Pittsburgh Pirates
BDC-87 Royce Lewis – Minnesota Twins
BDC-88 Jordyn Adams – Los Angeles Angels
BDC-89 Korey Holland – Cleveland Indians
BDC-90 Thad Ward – Boston Red Sox
BDC-91 Sean Murphy – Oakland Athletics
BDC-92 Calvin Coker – Oakland Athletics
BDC-93 Carter Kieboom – Washington Nationals
BDC-94 Jake McCarthy – Arizona Diamondbacks
BDC-95 Braxton Ashcraft – Pittsburgh Pirates
BDC-96 Colton Eastman – Philadelphia Phillies
BDC-97 Mitchell White – Los Angeles Dodgers
BDC-98 Nick Pratto – Kansas City Royals
BDC-99 Alex McKenna – Houston Astros
BDC-100 Brendan McKay – Tampa Bay Rays
BDC-101 Mike Shawaryn – Boston Red Sox
BDC-102 Levi Kelly – Arizona Diamondbacks
BDC-103 Osiris Johnson – Miami Marlins
BDC-104 Justin Jarvis – Milwaukee Brewers
BDC-105 Ford Proctor – Tampa Bay Rays
BDC-106 Ezequiel Pagan – Chicago Cubs
BDC-107 Jo Adell – Los Angeles Angels
BDC-108 Jon Duplantier – Arizona Diamondbacks
BDC-109 Luken Baker – St. Louis Cardinals
BDC-110 Grant Little – San Diego Padres
BDC-111 Micah Bello – Milwaukee Brewers
BDC-112 Jonathan India – Cincinnati Reds
BDC-113 Will Banfield – Miami Marlins
BDC-114 Keibert Ruiz – Los Angeles Dodgers
BDC-115 Grant Koch – Pittsburgh Pirates
BDC-116 Jeren Kendall – Los Angeles Dodgers
BDC-117 Nolan Gorman – St. Louis Cardinals
BDC-118 Nate Pearson – Toronto Blue Jays
BDC-119 Corbin Martin – Houston Astros
BDC-120 Shed Long – Cincinnati Reds
BDC-121 Kody Clemens – Detroit Tigers
BDC-122 Josh Naylor – San Diego Padres
BDC-123 Sheldon Neuse – Oakland Athletics
BDC-124 Nick Decker – Boston Red Sox
BDC-125 Cole Roederer – Chicago Cubs
BDC-126 Albert Abreu – New York Yankees
BDC-127 Dallas Woolfolk – Oakland Athletics
BDC-128 Adonis Medina – Philadelphia Phillies
BDC-129 Tristan Pompey – Miami Marlins
BDC-130 Michel Baez – San Diego Padres
BDC-131 Pavin Smith – Arizona Diamondbacks
BDC-132 Brian Miller – Miami Marlins
BDC-133 Heliot Ramos – San Francisco Giants
BDC-134 Cadyn Grenier – Baltimore Orioles
BDC-135 Brady Singer – Kansas City Royals
BDC-136 Andres Gimenez – New York Mets
BDC-137 Griffin Roberts – St. Louis Cardinals
BDC-138 Greg Deichmann – Oakland Athletics
BDC-139 Sean Hjelle – San Francisco Giants
BDC-140 Kenen Irizarry – Texas Rangers
BDC-141 Alfonso Rivas – Oakland Athletics
BDC-142 Daniel Lynch – Kansas City Royals
BDC-143 Matt Mercer – Arizona Diamondbacks
BDC-144 Sean Guilbe – San Diego Padres
BDC-145 Matt Manning – Detroit Tigers
BDC-146 Alec Hansen – Chicago White Sox
BDC-147 Jackson Goddard – Arizona Diamondbacks
BDC-148 Jesus Luzardo – Oakland Athletics
BDC-149 Nick Dunn – St. Louis Cardinals
BDC-150 MacKenzie Gore – San Diego Padres
BDC-151 Jeter Downs – Cincinnati Reds
BDC-152 Grant Witherspoon – Tampa Bay Rays
BDC-153 Griffin Conine – Toronto Blue Jays
BDC-154 Adam Hill – New York Mets
BDC-155 Alek Thomas – Arizona Diamondbacks
BDC-156 Tyler Frank – Tampa Bay Rays
BDC-157 Sean Wymer – Toronto Blue Jays
BDC-158 Connor Scott – Miami Marlins
BDC-159 Owen White – Texas Rangers
BDC-160 Jameson Hannah – Oakland Athletics
BDC-161 Mike Siani – Cincinnati Reds
BDC-162 Triston McKenzie – Cleveland Indians
BDC-163 Bobby Bradley – Cleveland Indians
BDC-164 Mason Denaburg – Washington Nationals
BDC-165 Nico Hoerner – Chicago Cubs
BDC-166 Matt Thaiss – Los Angeles Angels
BDC-167 Ryan Mountcastle – Baltimore Orioles
BDC-168 Eloy Jimenez – Chicago White Sox
BDC-169 Logan Allen – San Diego Padres
BDC-170 Dane Dunning – Chicago White Sox
BDC-171 Triston Casas – Boston Red Sox
BDC-172 Bryan Mata – Boston Red Sox
BDC-173 Cole Winn – Texas Rangers
BDC-174 Leury Tejada – Texas Rangers
BDC-175 Sam Carlson – Seattle Mariners
BDC-176 Raynel Delgado – Cleveland Indians
BDC-177 Leody Taveras – Texas Rangers
BDC-178 Justin Dunn – New York Mets
BDC-179 Jeremy Eierman – Oakland Athletics
BDC-180 Jesus Sanchez – Tampa Bay Rays
BDC-181 Simeon Woods-Richardson – New York Mets
BDC-182 Ryan Weathers – San Diego Padres
BDC-183 Ian Anderson – Atlanta Braves
BDC-184 Matt Sauer – New York Yankees
BDC-185 Adam Wolf – Detroit Tigers
BDC-186 Grant Lavigne – Colorado Rockies
BDC-187 Estevan Florial – New York Yankees
BDC-188 Luis Robert – Chicago White Sox
BDC-189 J.B. Bukauskas – Houston Astros
BDC-190 Josh Stowers – Seattle Mariners
BDC-191 Brent Rooker – Minnesota Twins
BDC-192 Ryan Jeffers – Minnesota Twins
BDC-193 Noah Naylor – Cleveland Indians
BDC-194 Cody Deason – Houston Astros
BDC-195 Cal Quantrill – San Diego Padres
BDC-196 Jackson Kowar – Kansas City Royals
BDC-197 Griffin Canning – Los Angeles Angels
BDC-198 Travis Swaggerty – Pittsburgh Pirates
BDC-199 Alex Kiriloff – Minnesota Twins
BDC-200 Lazaro Armenteros – Oakland Athletics

2018 Bowman Chrome Rookies Autograph

CRA-MA Miguel Andujar
BCRA-AR Amed Rosario
BCRA-AS Andrew Stevenson
BCRA-AV Alex Verdugo
BCRA-CF Clint Frazier
BCRA-FM Francisco Mejia
BCRA-GA Greg Allen
BCRA-GC Garrett Cooper
BCRA-GT Gleyber Torres
BCRA-JD J.D. Davis
BCRA-JF Jack Flaherty
BCRA-LS Lucas Sims
BCRA-OA Ozzie Albies
BCRA-RD Rafael Devers
BCRA-RU Richard Urena
BCRA-RA Ronald Acuna
BCRA-SA Sandy Alcantara
BCRA-SO Shohei Ohtani
BCRA-TN Tomas Nido
BCRA-WA Willy Adames
BCRA-VR Victor Robles

 

2018 Bowman Chrome PROSPECTS AUTOGRAPH VARIATION

CPA-BC Brett Cumberland
CPA-BHE Brayan Hernandez
CPA-CD Chris DeVito
CPA-CRI Carlos Rincon
CPA-DG Daniel Gonzalez
CPA-EF Estevan Florial
CPA-GL Gavin LaValley
CPA-HF Heath Fillmyer
CPA-JB Jaime Barria
CPA-JG Jose Gomez
CPA-JN James Nelson
CPA-JRI Jake Ring
CPA-JRO Jake Rogers
CPA-KC Kyle Cody
CPA-KY Kyle Young
CPA-MB Michel Baez
CPA-MD Matthias Dietz
CPA-MH Matt Hall
CPA-NF Nick Fanti
CPA-RH Ryan Helsley
CPA-RS Ranger Suarez
CPA-SCC
CPA-TL Travis Romero
CPA-WA Willie Abreu
CPA-YA Yordan Alvarez
BCPA-AA Aramis Ademan
BCPA-AAL Austin Allen
BCPA-AB Akil Baddoo
BCPA-AF Antoni Flores
BCPA-AW Alex Wells
BCPA-BG Brusdar Graterol
BCPA-BL Brendon Little
BCPA-BM Brandon Marsh
BCPA-CB Charcer Burks
BCPA-CC Conner Capel
BCPA-CF Cole Freeman
BCPA-CK Carter Kieboom
BCPA-CP Chase Pinder
BCPA-CS Connor Seabold
BCPA-CT Chris Torres
BCPA-DH Darwinzon Hernandez
BCPA-DM Dustin May
BCPA-DV Daulton Varsho
BCPA-ED Eduardo Diaz
BCPA-EDL Enyel De Los Santos
BCPA-ER Edwin Rios
BCPA-ES Evan Steele
BCPA-FP Franklin Perez
BCPA-GSO Gregory S
BCPA-JAL Jose Albertos
BCPA-JD Joe Dunand
BCPA-JG Jorge Guzman
BCPA-JL Joey Lucchesi
BCPA-JLO Jonathan Loaisiga
BCPA-JS Jairo Solis
BCPA-KM Kevin
BCPA-KR Kristian Robinson
BCPA-LG Luis Guillorme
BCPA-LGA Luis Garcia
BCPA-LM Luis Medina
BCPA-LR Leonardo Rivas
BCPA-LS Logan Shore
BCPA-LSA LoLo Sanchez
BCPA-LU Luis Urias
BCPA-LW LaMonte Wade
BCPA-MA Micker Adolfo
BCPA-MB Mike Baumann
BCPA-NA Nick Allen
BCPA-NL Nicky Lopez
BCPA-RAD Riley Adams
BCPA-RAR Rogelio Armenteros
BCPA-RW Russell Wilson
BCPA-SB Shane Bieber
BCPA-SN Sheldon
BCPA-TF Tyler Freeman
BCPA-TO Trevor Oaks
BCPA-TS Trevor Stephan
BCPA-WCO William Contreras
BCPA-YA Yasel Antuna

2018 Bowman Chrome Prospects Checklist

BCP23 Jeren Kendall
BCP151 Russell Wilson
BCP152 Luis Garcia
BCP153 Enyel De Los Santos
BCP154 Cole Brannen Boston Red Sox
BCP155 Austin Riley Atlanta Braves
BCP156 Taylor Trammell Cincinnati Reds
BCP157 Luis Ortiz Milwaukee Brewers
BCP158 Nick Allen Oakland Athletics
BCP159 LaMonte Wade Minnesota Twins
BCP160 Kyle Tucker Houston Astros
BCP161 Luis Medina New York Yankees
BCP162 Brian Mundell
BCP163 Tanner Houck
BCP164 Connor Seabold
BCP165 Sheldon Neuse
BCP166 Brent Rooker Minnesota Twins
BCP167 Ryan Mountcastle Baltimore Orioles
BCP168 Trevor Stephan New York Yankees
BCP169 Bryse Wilson Atlanta Braves
BCP170 Charcer Burks Chicago Cubs
BCP171 Jeter Downs Cincinnati Reds
BCP172 Tyler Freeman
BCP173 Yasel Antuna
BCP174 Keston Hi
BCP175 Dylan Cease Chicago White Sox
BCP176 Dakota Hudson St. Louis Cardinals
BCP177 Alec Hansen Chicago White Sox
BCP178 Sixto Sanchez Philadelphia Phillies
BCP179 Peter Lambert Colorado Rockies
BCP180 Jorge Guzman Miami Marlins
BCP181 Joe Perez Houston Astros
BCP182 Brandon Marsh Angels
BCP183 Triston McKenzie Cleveland Indians
BCP184 Rogelio Armenteros Houston Astros
BCP185 Franklin Perez Detroit Tigers
BCP186 Kristian Robinson Arizona Diamondbacks
BCP187 Kyle Funkhouser Detroit Tigers
BCP188 Jon Duplantier Arizona Diamondbacks
BCP189 Nolan Jones Cleveland Indians
BCP190 Patrick Weigel Atlanta Braves
BCP191 Aramis Ademan Chicago Cubs
BCP192 Carter Kieboom Washington Nationals
BCP193 D.J. Daniels Toronto Blue Jays
BCP194 Fernando Romero Minnesota Twins
BCP195 Nicky Lopez Kansas City Royals
BCP196 Darwinzon Hernan
BCP175 Dylan Cease Chicago White Sox
BCP176 Dakota Hudson St. Louis Cardinals
BCP177 Alec Hansen Chicago White Sox
BCP178 Sixto Sanchez Philadelphia Phillies
BCP179 Peter Lambert Colorado Rockies
BCP180 Jorge Guzman Miami Marlins
BCP181 Joe Perez Houston Astros
BCP182 Brandon Marsh Angels
BCP183 Triston McKenzie Cleveland Indians
BCP184 Rogelio Armenteros Houston Astros
BCP185 Franklin Perez Detroit Tigers
BCP186 Kristian Robinson Arizona Diamondbacks
BCP187 Kyle Funkhouser Detroit Tigers
BCP188 Jon Duplantier Arizona Diamondbacks
BCP189 Nolan Jones Cleveland Indians
BCP190 Patrick Weigel Atlanta Braves
BCP191 Aramis Ademan Chicago Cubs
BCP192 Carter Kieboom Washington Nationals
BCP193 D.J. Daniels Toronto Blue Jays
BCP194 Fernando Romero Minnesota Twins
BCP195 Nicky Lopez Kansas City Royals
BCP196 Darwinzon Hernan
BCP225 Eduardo Diaz Arizona Diamondbacks
BCP226 Daz Cameron Detroit Tigers
BCP227 Austin Meadows Pittsburgh Pirates
BCP228 Will Benson Cleveland Indians
BCP229 Jose Albertos Chicago Cubs
BCP230 Zack Collins Chicago White Sox
BCP231 Justin Williams Tampa Bay Rays
BCP232 Jairo Solis Houston Astros
BCP233 Brendon Little Chicago Cubs
BCP234 Albert Abreu New York Yankees
BCP235 Dillon Tate New York Yankees
BCP236 Garrett Hampson Colorado Rockies
BCP237 Kevin Maitan Angels
BCP238 Monte Harrison Miami Marlins
BCP239 Gregory Soto Detroit Tigers
BCP240 Leody Taveras Texas Rangers
BCP241 Riley Adams Toronto Blue Jays
BCP242 Bobby Dalbec Boston Red Sox
BCP243 Gavin Sheets Chicago White Sox
BCP244 Kyle Lewis Seattle Mariners
BCP245 Evan Steele Kansas City Royals
BCP247 LoLo Sanchez Pittsburgh Pirates
BCP248 Luis Guillorme
B249 Nate Pearson
B250 nick Senzel Reds

 

2018 Bowman Chrome Image Variation Autograph Variation Checklist

BDC-1 Casey Mize Detroit Tigers
BDC-6 Jarred Kelenic New York Mets
BDC-25 Alec Bohm Philadelphia Phillies
BDC-38 Nick Madrigal Chicago White Sox
BDC-93 Kieboom Washington Nationals
BDC-112 Jonathan India Cincinnati Reds
BDC-182 Ryan Weathers

2018 Bowman Chrome Autograph Cards Checklist

2018 Bowman Chrome Image Variation Autograph Variation Checklist

BDC-1 Casey Mize Detroit Tigers
BDC-6 Jarred Kelenic New York Mets
BDC-25 Alec Bohm Philadelphia Phillies
BDC-38 Nick Madrigal Chicago White Sox
BDC-93 Kieboom Washington Nationals
BDC-112 Jonathan India Cincinnati Reds
BDC-182 Ryan Weathers

*HTA Choice Box will deliver three encased autograph cards.

2018 Bowman Chrome Prospects Autographs

.- Refractor: sequentially numbered to 499.
– Purple Refractor: sequentially numbered to 250.
– Blue Refractor: sequentially numbered to 150.
– Green Refractor: sequentially numbered to 99.
– Gold Refractor: sequentially numbered to 50.
– Red Refractor: sequentially numbered to 5.
– SuperFractor: numbered 1/1.

2018 Bowman Chrome Prospect Autograph

HTA Choice Parallels HTA CHOICE ONLY

  • Green Atomic Refractor: sequentially numbered to 99.
  • Gold Shimmer Refractor: sequentially numbered to 50.
  • Orange Wave Refractor: sequentially numbered to 25.
  • Black Mojo Refractor: numbered 1/1.

 

2018 Bowman Draft Variations

2018 Bowman Draft was issued on December 14, 2018, which circulated a 200-card checklist featuring 2018 MLB draft picks and other baseball prospects.

2018 Bowman Draft Variations Chrome Refractor Checklist

BDC-1 Casey Mize – Detroit Tigers
BDC-3 Brusdar Graterol – Minnesota Twins
BDC-6 Jarred Kelenic – New York Mets
BDC-20 Trevor Stephan – New York Yankees
BDC-25 Alec Bohm – Philadelphia Phillies
BDC-32 Bo Bichette – Toronto Blue Jays
BDC-38 Nick Madrigal – Chicago White Sox
BDC-72 Aramis Ademan – Chicago Cubs
BDC-87 Royce Lewis – Minnesota Twins
BDC-93 Kieboom – Washington Nationals
BDC-112 Jonathan India – Cincinnati Reds
BDC-135 Brady Singer – Kansas City Royals
BDC-182 Ryan Weathers – San Diego Padres
BDC-198 Travis Swaggerty – Pittsburgh Pirates

Chrome Variation Autographs – #/99

BDC-1 Casey Mize – Detroit Tigers
BDC-6 Jarred Kelenic – New York Mets
BDC-25 Alec Bohm – Philadelphia Phillies
BDC-38 Nick Madrigal – Chicago White Sox
BDC-93 Kieboom – Washington Nationals
BDC-112 Jonathan India – Cincinnati Reds
BDC-182 Ryan Weathers – San Diego Padres

As usual, the Bowman Draft set is the first licensed release of players from the 2018 MLB Draft, and the 2018 Bowman Draft set followed suit.

The 2018 Bowman Draft set was configured in Hobby Jumbo and Super Jumbo boxes. A Hobby Jumbo box issued 12 packs of 32 cards, and a Super Jumbo box featured five packs of 120 cards.

A Hobby Jumbo box comprises three autographed cards and 24 Refractors, while a Super Jumbo box includes five autographs and 40 Refractors.

The 2018 Bowman Draft set also offers variations, highlighting 14 MLB players. Seven of the 14 players from the 2018 Bowman Draft, including Jonathan India of the Cincinnati Reds, the favorite to win the 2021 NL Rookie of the Year, are emphasized with a chrome variation autograph card serial numbered to 99. 

 

What to Expect from 2018 Bowman Chrome

2018 Bowman Chrome is configured in two mini boxes, with six packs per mini box, each including five cards. Since 2018 Bowman Chrome has featured two mini boxes, it is recognized as a master hobby box. The complete set comprises a 100-card base set and a 100-card Chrome Prospects checklist.

Collectors could expect two autographed cards per master hobby box, one Chrome Prospects Shimmer parallel card, and one 2018 Bowman Sterling Continuity insert card, including two Chrome Prospects cards in each pack.

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