So what's all the buzz about this guy? Sure, he starred for the Braves in the 1996 World Series. But what about his 1997 campaign, where he hit .231? Blame it on youth, or a lack of experience, because when it comes to ability, Andruw Jones isn't lacking.

Offensively, he continues to improve. In three seasons, his average has gone from .217 to .231 to .271. His home run totals have also been improving from 5 in his rookie season, to 18, to 31 last season. In '98, he missed the 30-30 club by only three stolen bases. It is very likely that 1999 will prove to be his year to enter this elite club, and could become a member the 40-40 club in the next few seasons.

At 21, he is looking primed to become a super star. His abilities go well beyond offense. There has been much talk about his defensive skills, with claims of him being the best outfielder in baseball...ever. But let's not get ahead of ourselves. For now, let's leave it at the best defensive outfielder of the 1999 season. Another 10 or 15 Gold Glove Awards from now, we can talk the greatest ever.

So with all of this talent, and age on his side, Andruw Jones appears to be well on his way to becoming a baseball legend. If you are looking to buy a peace of this future fame, the cardboard type, keep an eye out for these two important rookie cards (and their corresponding values):

1995 Bowman:

MINT 9: $55

GEM MINT 10: $150

1995 Bowman's Best:

MINT 9: $55

GEM MINT 10: $180