Kevin Seitzer Baseball Cards

Kevin Seitzer was a professional baseball player who played for several different teams throughout his career. These included the Cleveland Indians, Kansas City Royals, Oakland A’s and Milwaukee Brewers.

Seitzer was known for being a solid hitter who could get on base frequently. He has become a popular pick among collectors looking to assemble complete player sets of baseball cards as supply is still solid with plenty around.

There are a total of 77 Seitzer cards to collect. You can see the checklist at the end of this post.

Kevin Seitzer Upper Deck
Upper Deck 1991 #433

Kevin Seitzer Player Facts

If you’re considering collecting Kevin Seitzer cards, here’s what you need to know.

Kevin Seitzer played many of his games as a third baseman. He also saw time at first base and in the outfield. Seitzer was originally drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays in 1983 but didn’t make it to the majors to stay until 87.

One of Seitzer’s biggest accomplishments came in the 1987 campaign, Seitzer was runner-up for the American League Rookie of the Year award to Mark McGwire with the Oakland A’s.

Seitzer is one of six Royals to reach and exceed the 200-hit mark in a season (207 in 1987).

The latter years of his career

After being hit in the face twice by a pitch, Seitzer began wearing an attachment to his batting helmet called a C-flap. He was forced to wear it after being struck in the face twice; once in 1994, and again in 1995. The helmet seems to have failed to hamper his batting eye, as he continued to wear it for the the rest of his playing career.

Seitzer retired from baseball in 1997 at just 35 years old, but his legacy lives on and can be enjoyed through the cards that are popular amongst many collectors.

Assorted Kevin Seitzer cards

How much is a Kevin Seitzer Baseball Card worth

Whether you’re a casual collector or a dedicated fan, Kevin Seitzer baseball cards are a great option for anyone looking for value. Prices for these cards range from $1 for a low quality example up to $50 for a grade 9.5 to 10, making them affordable for almost any budget. And with such a wide range of prices, you’re sure to find the perfect card for you. 

So if you’re looking to start or expand your collection, be sure to check out Kevin Seitzer baseball cards. Their great value and variety make them a top choice for any collector.

Where to buy Kevin Seitzer Baseball cards

One of the best places to buy Kevin Seitzer baseball cards is online. There are a variety of websites that sell trading cards, and you can often find great deals on cards from your favorite players.

One popular website for buying collectible trading cards is eBay. eBay has a huge catalog of listings for sports cards and memorabilia, including those featuring Kevin Seitzer. You can use the search function on eBay to narrow down your options based on card type, player name, year released, or other criteria.

Another good option for buying Kevin Seitzer baseball cards is Etsy. If you are new to Etsy you will see it has a wide selection of collectibles available in its Marketplace section. So you’re highly likely to find something that suits your tastes and budget. Plus, you can take advantage of the fact that most sellers are happy to ship worldwide..

Seitzer Upper deck reverse of card

Looking For A Higher Grade Card

If you’re looking for more specialized or rare Kevin Seitzer cards, try searching on Beckett or Comc for “Kevin Seitzer baseball cards.” This will bring up a variety of results, including those at a higher grade and therefore more likely to hold their value. With a little bit of searching, you’re sure to find the perfect card to add to your collection.

Conclusion

Whether you’re a casual collector or a dedicated fan, Kevin Seitzer baseball cards could be a great choice.

With their value and variety, they offer something for every budget and interest level. So, if you’re looking to start or expand your collection, be sure to giving some thought to adding some Kevin Seitzer baseball cards.​

There is such a wide range of less well known players that are still great fun to collect. Check out some of our other posts to see if any of them take your face. Or follow this link to read about the amazing Kirk Gibson.

Kevin Seitzer Topps card

Kevin Seitzer Baseball Card Checklist

The 80’s

1987    Topps Traded Tiffany #111T

1987    Topps Traded #111T

1987    Classic (Yellow) #139

1987    Donruss Rookies #15

1987    Donruss Opening Day #207

1987    Donruss Highlights #26 (Ties A.L. 9-Inning Game Hit Mark)

1987    Fleer Baseball’s Best Sluggers vs Pitchers #39

1987    Donruss Highlights #47 (13th Rookie to Collect 200 Hits)

1987    Fleer #652

1987    Fleer Glossy #652

1988    Score Young Superstar Series 1 #10

1988    Topps Big Baseball #115

1988    Classic (Red) #159

1988    Sportflics #17

1988    Donruss Baseball’s Best #175

1988    Rite Aid #19

1988    Classic (Blue) #218

1988    Donruss All-Stars #27

1988    Toys “R” Us Rookies #27

1988    Kmart Memorable Moments #27

1988    Fleer #270

1988    Fleer Glossy #270

1988    Topps #275

1988    Topps Tiffany #275

1988    Donruss #280

1988    Fleer Baseball All-Stars #38

1988    Score #6

1988    Score Glossy #6

1988    Key Food Discs #8

1988    Super Star Discs #8

1988    Topps Glossy Rookies #9

1988    Topps All-Star Glossy “Send In” #9

1988    Donruss MVP #BC-17

1989    Donruss #10 (Diamond King)

1989    Topps Baseball Talk Collection #120

1989    Bowman Tiffany #123

1989    Bowman #123

1989    Donruss #238

1989    Topps Stickers #264

1989    Fleer #292

1989    Topps Big Series 3 #313

1989    Upper Deck #510

1989    Score #55

1989    Classic #65

1989    Topps #670

1989    Topps Tiffany #670

The 90’s

1990    Fleer #117

1990    Fleer “Printed in Canada” #117

1990    Score #199

1990    Upper Deck #363

1990    Bowman #380

1990    Bowman Tiffany #380

1990    Topps #435

1990    O-Pee-Chee #435

1990    Topps Tiffany #435

1990    Donruss #85

1990    Score Superstars #88

1991    Ultra #155

1991    Score #279

1991    Bowman #305

1991    Classic Collector’s Edition #40

1991    Upper Deck #433

1991    Topps #695

1992    Topps Stadium Club #285

1992    Upper Deck #327

1992    Upper Deck #783

1992    Topps Stadium Club #820

1993    O-Pee-Chee Premier #121

1993    Mother’s Cookies A’s #21

1993    Bowman #597

1994    Topps Finest #314

1995    Topps CyberStats #166

1995    Fleer #189

1995    Topps Finest #210

1995    Topps #309

1995    Zenith #64

1996    Topps #111

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