When Derek Jeter became the all-time Yankees hit leader, I was thrilled. I couldn't have been happier being the big Jeter lover that I am. However, I understood why non-Yankee fans wouldn't care about the accomplishment.
I couldn't care less if someone broke a Chicago Cubs record or a Detroit Tigers record. So why should anyone other than Yankee fans care about Jeter breaking the franchise record.
Apparently, Upper Deck thinks everyone should care and created a card to commemorate the feat.
This card was inserted into random packs of 2009 Upper Deck Series 2 and is numbered to /500.
The official name of the card is 2009 Upper Deck All-Time Hit King #SP3.
As of Tuesday night, six cards show in the completed listings as being sold for an average $30.71. The price went as high as $40, but have seemingly dropped to under $25 more recently.
Like the other day with the goofy Jeter gimmick in the Heritage High Series, I'm just not a fan.