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April 3, 2010

Who wants to see a crazy eBay card?

The other night Sooz sent me a link to this 2010 Pro Debut Jesus Montero 1/1 card on eBay, which happens to be listed by everyone's buddy tntnorthnj.

Does anyone think this is a crazy amount for a game used patch like this? I find it a little ridiculous to be honest. I get that it's 1/1, but I just can't see spending that much money on a player that isn't even in the big leagues yet despite all the hype that he comes with. For that much money I could get an Albert Pujols auto card.


  1. I just ordered some Wakamatsu, Frasor and Sox cards from him at a decent price, but that is batshit crazy!

  2. Just wait a couple of years and the winning bidder will have buyer's remorse.

  3. I completely agree with The Gooch. Whoever buys that card now is, almost certainly, paying its lifetime top dollar price.

    Tim Lincecum has been on the cover of a video game and won two Cy Youngs in less than three seasons, and his auto rookies rarely touch the dollar amount that this Russian Roulette special is already hemorrhaging towards.

    What would this guy have to do to have this card ever increase?