anyone know what the actual card is selling for? I have a couple (Topps) 1986 traded set rookie cards and a handful of the 1997 card pictured above sans the shriveling that I'm contemplating selling.
I hear you Russ. I'm no big fan either, but you don't get to pick which cards come in a pack. Funny, I thought these cards would be worth so much more. I remember when Mark McGwire broke the single season HR record and his rookie went over $2000. I had 2 of them, but I missed that band wagon... I think.
Thanks for the link. I have to see what this collection is worth. Baseball cards take up as much room in my house as a reef does.
That is such total and utter bullshit, how can you be taxed when you have received NO money. Its a frigin baseball caught at a game. I swear sometimes they realy get out of hand. That has to be something he can fight. Im sorry but that is just :bunnies:ing bullshit.did u hear the latest? The guy that caught the record breaking HR ball now has to sell it because the IRS is charging him income tax for the estimated value of the ball. Even if he didn't want to sell it, he can't afford the tax on the ball....No BS