If you need me, I’ll be in my parents’ attic looking through old baseball cards. $250,000 for a baseball card? Wasn’t this guy around in the 90’s when the memorabilia bubble burst? Remember? Guys were cashing in their 401ks for baseball cards or as I like to call them, small pieces of cardboard with people’s faces on them.
ESPN: “A Tom Brady rookie card sold for $250,000 on eBay on Thursday, shattering the record for the highest price paid for a Brady collectible and the second-highest price ever paid for a modern-day sports card.
The card, a Playoff Contenders Rookie Ticket championship version, is one of 100 that were produced in 2000.”
I’ll cut you lunatics a deal. If I find this, you can have it for $200,000, no questions asked.
Brady fan who sold his rookie card for $250,000 yesterday bought it a couple years ago for $15,000 https://t.co/bQNSpeoXVR
— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) February 2, 2018