For years, Wade Boggs rookie cards seemed to fly under the radar.
They weren't considered vintage (pre-1980 by most collectors' standards).
And they weren't considered as "junky" as some of the massively overproduced cards of the late 1980s.
They were somewhere in between and were often overlooked.
But things have certainly changed with the resurgence in popularity of key rookie cards of the 1980s.
As a result, Boggs rookies have seen a healthy uptick in attention and value.
His Topps rookie can sell well above $1,000 in top grade...something that used to be unthinkable.
It appears finally that Boggs's rookie cards are getting the attention they deserve.
And this guide, I take a detailed look at each of them one by one.
Let's jump right in!