Ronald Acuna Rookie Cards
Ronald Acuna burst onto the scene as a 20-year-old when the Atlanta Braves promoted him on April 25, 2018, for his Major League Debut.
He hasn’t looked back since, capturing the 2018 National League Rookie of the Year Award at the end of the 2018 campaign.
He also helped lead the Braves to the National League East crown and an appearance in the postseason.
Acuna, an outfielder, is one of the most exciting young players in the Majors and will be in Atlanta for a long time.
Let’s take a look at the best Ronald Acuna rookie cards on the market today from an investment standpoint.
2017 Bowman Chrome Prospects Ronald Acuna ROOKIE RC #BCP127
If you are looking for the ultimate Ronald Acuna rookie card, look no further than the 2017 Bowman Chrome Prospects Ronald Acuna ROOKIE RC #BCP127.
Plus this card is still VERY affordable in its basic form.
The card features Acuna in a Braves Spring Training uniform running the bases.
The refractor versions will fetch megabucks and is a great long term investment in our opinion.
Avoid mini card versions and looks for PSA 10 or BGS 9.5 +.
Ronald Acuna Rookie Card 2017 Bowman Chrome Versions
- Purple Refractor
- Blue Refractor
- Blue Wave Refractor
- Green Refractor
- Black Refractor – Jumbo Box Hot Packs only
- Blue Bowman 70th Logo Refractor
- Gold Refractor
- Gold Wave Refractor
- Orange Refractor – Jumbo only
- Red Refractor
- Black Wave Refractor
2017 LEAF VALIANT Ronald Acuna Red Superfractor Auto
This card is super rare and such comes with a hefty price tag.
In order to obtain the Ronald Acuna Leaf Valiant card be prepared to throw thousands of dollars at it.
2018 Topps Heritage Ronald Acuna Jr. ROOKIE
The card pictures an unconcerned Acuna with his hands behind his back.
Plus the 2018 Topps Heritage Ronald Acuna Jr. is very affordable and is a great starter card for new collectors.
The card is numbered #580 and reads “Baseball America’s 2017 Minor League Player of the Year choice, Ronald took MVP honors in the Arizona Fall League after hitting .325.
Ronald Acuna Jr. Investment Outlook
This kid is going to be a stud for years and years to come.
Investing in his rookie cards = good idea!