His 1989 Upper Deck #1 is widely considered one of the most iconic baseball cards of all time. The card changed the landscape for trading cards and ushered in a new wave of collectors.
Upper Deck was a brand new company in 1989 and their $1 foil packs were considered premium.
PSA 10 versions of his 1989 Upper Deck rookie peaked at over $5,000 in February 2021! The card has come down in value considerably since then.
Ken Griffey Jr
Born: November 21, 1969
Drafted: 1987 Seattle #1 Pick
1989 Bowman #220
1989 Donruss #33
1989 Fleer #548
1989 Score Rookie/Traded #100T
1989 Topps Traded #41T
1989 Upper Deck #1
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