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    am i missing something ??????

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    Has to be some joke unless he has the world's most expensive autograph
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    he must have been a tough auto - someone has a 1983 psa / dna of him for 299.

    and to think i didn't start getting ip autos at mud hens games until 1990 and he played for the hens in 87.

    I missed out !!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by staduimjunkie View Post
    he must have been a tough auto - someone has a 1983 psa / dna of him for 299.

    and to think i didn't start getting ip autos at mud hens games until 1990 and he played for the hens in 87.

    I missed out !!!
    He's still alive so unless he has some vow to never sign cards again I don't get why his autograph would be so expensive. Just find his address and one of the million 1987 Topps cards made.
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    who the heck is ricky wright and why is that 5000$?
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    That's weird, it started at $0.99 too
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    Quote Originally Posted by pwaldo View Post
    He's still alive so unless he has some vow to never sign cards again I don't get why his autograph would be so expensive. Just find his address and one of the million 1987 Topps cards made.
    Looks like he refuses to sign Topps cards + when he does sign IP only for charity and it costs $500 of another brand + KEITH OLBERMANN was the winning bidder

    Kinda makes a little more sense seeing as how this could be the only 1987 Topps card of the guy, it is a popular IP autograph set, plus the guy who won it is a millionaire so it is just a drop in the bucket to him.
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    How did you know the winning bid was Keith Olbermann?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DiebytheCubs View Post
    How did you know the winning bid was Keith Olbermann?
    I was 99% sure it was him and then I saw somebody else say it so I'm almost certain it is his ID
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