2009 Bowman Baseball AFLAC High School All-American Auto Cards

2009 Bowman AFLAC High School All-American Baseball Card Set
Topps inserted 13 High School All-American Baseball Players in the 09 Bowman Draft Picks and Prospects set.
All cards are serial numbered to 248 or less making these some nice pulls in addition to the Bowman Chrome Prospect autographs that are inserted 1 per box.  Look below for the most current price online.

Check out the list below and see how much these High School student's autographs are selling for on eBay.

#1 Brooks Pounders - Pittsburgh Pirates
#2 Jiovanni Mier - Houston Astros
#3 Max Stassi - Oakland Athletics
#4 Zach Wheeler - San Francisco Giants
#5 Niel Ramirez - Texas Rangers

#6 Robert Stock - Atlanta Braves

#7 Sequoyah Stonecipher - Florida Marlins
#8 Donovan Tate - San Diego Padres
#9 Tyler Matzek - Colorado Rockies
#10 DJ Lamahieu - Chicago Cubs
#11 David Nick - Arizona Diamondbacks
#12 Matthew Davidson - Arizona Diamonbacks
#13 Wesley Freeman - Pittsburgh Pirates

This years Bowman Draft Baseball should be a cool product given that Topps originally announced that there would be 9 AFLAC High School All-Americans in the set....then a few days later announced 4 additional auto's #/248 or less. These autograph cards will be inserted over and above the 1 Prospect Auto that appears in each box. So needless to say some boxes will be hitting 2 (or possibly more) autograph cards per box. Not a bad deal considering these AFLAC High-School All-American baseball players are some of the best players in the 2009 MLB draft.

Expect to see some big prices on eBay for these cards until other companies follow suit with their own versions. Either ways its a great bonus in a modestly priced set that most collectors can afford. With the 2009 Baseball season over, its a nice product that will carry you over until 2010 comes.

2012 Updates:

Max Stassi - Stockton Ports

Tyler Matzek - Modesto Nuts

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