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April 20th | MLB Prospect Pricing Ladder | Hot 5, Royce, and Jeter!

We are now 3 weeks deep into the 2018 MLB Baseball regular season and as expected prices are really starting to move. The excitement for baseball cards is as high as it’s been in years (thank you Ohtani) and buy/sell pressure is wonderful. This leads to some great opportunities for you to flip investments and/or grab players are outstanding prices.

In this week’s report we are adding another component to the report. 🔥The HOT 5🔥. This will highlight the 5 players who’ve seen a substantial price movement and a higher than usual buying activity. These guys might now fall in the Top 10… but they will be potential indicators of guys you need to watch.

But…before we dive in to this week’s report, we want to thank our sponsor for the MLB PRICING LADDERBig Hurt 35. If you haven’t had a chance to check out Bryan and his BH35 breaks, get over to his website or breaker page!


MLB Prospect Pricing Ladder

For all previous weeks, go HERE.

To discuss in forum, go HERE

Week from 3/24 – 4/14

Overall Average Base Auto Sales Price = $19.90

Change from Week Prior = -5%


🔥 HOT 5 🔥

The 5 players to watch in this weeks report. They had substantial prices & volume movements.

  • Jeter Downs (12) || $21.00 || +52.7% || Find his Auto’s HERE
  • Nate Pearson (22) || $11.71 || +246% || Find his Auto’s HERE
  • Trevor Rogers (28) || $7.99 || +104.3% || Find his Auto’s HERE
  • Lincoln Henzman (29) || $7.69 || +120% || Find his Auto’s HERE
  • Griffin Canning (42) || $4.88|| +43% || Find his Auto’s HERE

🏆 TOP 10 🏆

#1 – Jo Adell

Average Base Auto Sold Price  = $239.69

Change from week prior = -4.6%

Last Week Rank: #1

eBay: CLICK HERE to see his AUTO’s ending now.

 

#2 – Royce Lewis

Average Base Auto Sold Price = $111.18

Change from week prior = +25.7%

Last Week Rank: #2

eBay: CLICK HERE to see his AUTO’s ending now.

#3 – Heliot Ramos

Average Base Auto Sold Price = $84.83

Change from week prior = -1.9%

Last Week Rank: #3

eBay: CLICK HERE to see his AUTO’s ending now.

#4 – Brendan McKay

Average Base Auto Sold Price = $50.50

Change from week prior = -13.5%

Last Week Rank: #5

eBay: CLICK HERE to see his AUTO’s ending now.

#5 – MacKenzie Gore

Average Base Auto Sold Price = $44.44

Change from week prior =  +12.3%

Last Week Rank: #6

eBay: CLICK HERE to see his AUTO’s ending now.

#6 – Keston Hiura

Average Base Auto Sold Price = $39.68

Change from week prior = -36.9%

Last Week Rank: #4

eBay: CLICK HERE to see his AUTO’s ending now.

#7 – Brent Rooker

Average Base Auto Sold Price = $28.16

Change from week prior = +12.5%

Last Week Rank: #9

eBay: CLICK HERE to see his AUTO’s ending now.

#8 – Pavin Smith

Average Base Auto Sold Price = $26.07

Change from week prior = -12.1%

Last Week Rank: #7

eBay: CLICK HERE to see his AUTO’s ending now.

#9 – Austin Beck

Average Base Auto Sold Price = $25.00

Change from week prior =3.8%

Last Week Rank: #8

eBay: CLICK HERE to see his AUTO’s ending now.

 

#10 – Ryan Vilade

Average Base Auto Sold Price = $22.13

Change from week prior = +12.4%

Last Week Rank: #15

eBay: CLICK HERE to see his AUTO’s ending now.

Dropped out of Top 10: Kyle Wright (16)


BIGGEST MOVERS

Here are the two biggest movers this week (positive & negative)

UP — Lincoln Henzman

Average Base Auto Sold Price = $7.16

Change from week prior = +174%

This Week Rank: #29 (up 29 Spots!)

eBay: CLICK HERE to see his AUTO’s ending now.

DOWN – Cole Brannen

Average Base Auto Sold Price = $1.25

Change from week prior = -76.2%

This Week Rank: #668 (dropped 36 spots!)


Overall Ranking

Here are the last two weeks of pricing for all rookies.

eBay: CLICK HERE to see ALL 2017 Bowman Draft Auto’s Ending RIGHT NOW.

Criteria

We run reports on all prospects’ Bowman Draft BASE AUTO sales for a given period. We exclude any variation, auto, insert, graded, or memorabilia prices to make sure you are getting a good representation of the actual base auto pricing. We use Base Auto prices as a baseline because they are considered by many to be the de facto standard for “base” prospect cards for MLB players. We also do our best to remove the countless MISLABELED listings for players, but there is always a chance a random auction can slightly skew the #’s. We’ll keep a close eye.

We will run a separate MLB RC price tracker after Topps Series 1 is released.


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