Mark Zuckerberg was apparently a star of the baseball for a very small part of his life, as he played infielder and hit 23 of 25 at-bats in the 1992 season, hitting .920.
The card will be sold at auction to ComicConnect.com in September, after he’s been held by one of Mark’s old camp counselors all these years.
the counselor, Allie Tarantino remember Mark standing out from the rest in Elmwood Day Camp in Westchester, New Yorkin 1992. Allie had an extensive collection of baseball cards, so when the 9-year-old approached her with one of his, she knew it had to be signed.
Since the rise of Mark to the top with Facebook, Instagram and WhatsAppAllie used the card as a great talking point, though she decided to sell it to help with her children’s college funds.
The collectibles expert Stephen Fishlersays it’s hard to value because there’s nothing like it: they’re opening the offer at $1, but it’s going to be an unpredictable fight to the top.
Rookie cards seem to be all the rage right now, at least when it comes to pricing: one of Lebron James it recently sold for $5.2 million.
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