June 12, 2010

Strasburg 1/1 auto found - Good time for a contest

Look what happens when I'm away all day.

The 2010 Bowman Stephen Strasburg red 1/1 auto was pulled from a jumbo box. So, where is it?

eBay sillies! Click here for the auction link.

The card is listed as $50,000 buy it now or best offer. Sheesh!

Let's have a contest. You're allowed one guess, take a gander at where the card is going to end. Whoever gets closest gets six Topps Million codes that I pulled out of a hobby box of Series 2 a few days ago.

I will take guess as long as the card is up for auction.



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36 comments:

  1. I really have no idea bout these things, but my guess is $8,000.00.

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  2. To think I was excited about pulling a Yowill Espinal Orange Refractor 3/25 out of a blaster today. Then I looked at EBAY and realized I can't get the price of one pack for it.

    Anyway I'll guess $33,605.

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  3. $13,546 for a conservative guess.

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  4. $12.50 - Well, that's what it's worth anyway.

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  5. Am I excluded? I will go with $26,001.

    Anyone else see that Family Guy?

    I know I don't count, but I like that episode.

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  6. I'm gonna take the high road and guess $40,000.

    Part buyer ignorance and part seller stubbornness.

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  7. I'm going to make an offer. What do you think he'll say to $152. That's about all I've got until payday. Freakin 2010 Bowman! I'm broke!

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  8. $27,369

    I wonder if this will cause the prices of Bowman to drop a little or for sales to slow down. All of the big Strasburgs have now been pulled. I think the way to go is to buy a product behind. Get the Bowman once Ginter comes out. Grab Ginter once Chrome or T206 comes out. Hopefully prices drop a little in the attention wake as everyone chases the next big thing.

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  9. This is just crazy collecting. $19, 749? God there's so many better things you could have for that.

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  10. I am going to guess $32,000, if this price is actually hit this proves that people are just bat crazy.

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  11. I don't know what to base a guess on - afaik, the superfractor auction was not legit since it appears to be a deadbeat buyer.

    I hope this contest is legit (auction has to be legit and paid for, not hype-bidded).

    If it's legit, I'd say maybe $4,500.

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  12. $21,001

    I'll bid $4, though.

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  13. I'll go with $13,358.89. I don't think this will carry much of a premium over the already ridiculous regualr superfractor.

    -Andy

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  14. $12,425 unless he throws a perfect game today then I'll go with one milllllion dollars. And a shark with a fricken' lazer.

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  15. One spayed cat and one neutered dog.

    What? Isn't this The Price Is Right.

    Ok, my bid is, reserve not met.

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  16. lol, Paulie you got me chuckle. Twice. Thanks.

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  17. I say $27,777.77
    Where will the insanity end for these cards?

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  18. I am going to say that this card will NOT sell.

    'nuff said.

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  19. I'm gonna go $45,000. 17000 For a nonauto, can't wait to see this when the dust clears.

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  20. I wanted to say $1, but someone guessed really low, so there's no fun in that.

    What the heck: I'll say there's someone who will pick it up for $49,999.

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  21. $26,980. That's what I'd pay. (NOT).

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  22. My prediction is this card will go Unsold. At least in this listing and he or she will not take any offers.

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  23. I'm buying the Guidry instead:

    http://cgi.ebay.com/1988-Topps-Ron-Guidry-RARE-BLUE-BORDER-1-1-STRASBURG-/230487053915?cmd=ViewItem&pt=US_Baseball&hash=item35aa19565b

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