2013 Topps Museum Collection Yoenis Cespedes Autograph
While the price of a Cespedes card has fallen from north of $50 to the $20 range, it's still a pretty good card to pick up at it's current price. Before even playing a game in the Majors, Cespedes was hyped as a superstar in waiting and fans of numerous teams hoped that their team would get involved in signing the Cuban baseball star. Of course, there was this awesome workout video too showing Cespedes putting up 1300 pounds on a leg press machine while working out with former Packers running back Ahman Green.
Cespedes is likely to always have some sort of following as many international players often do which will mean that his cards will never be total bargains. A quick look at a player like Orlando "El Duque" Hernandez will provide a good reference point. El Duque was an older rookie whose cards initially had a good deal of value, but cooled after a few years in the Majors. Despite the fact that he was basically a middle of the rotation starter, his cards still sell and often do so above El Duque's actual on the field performance.