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Why I’ll never sell my Mark Fidrych rookie card
Given its shabby condition, it has no monetary value whatsoever.
Kirk Rueter made regular starts for 13 seasons, won 130 games, striking out 3.8 per nine.
If the Bird's K/9 rate increased just a little bit, and he continued to do what he was doing -- pound the ball down low, don't walk people and don't give up homers -- he could've been fairly successful, especially with Trammell and Whitaker behind him.
Why I'll never sell my old high school basketball shoes.
The reason I'll never sell my old baseball cards is that:
A) Me and my brother played hundreds of games with them, pushing the cards along the concrete floor in the basement as they chased fly balls or stole bases, so they are not in great shape.
B) For one whole set we got the stupendously stupid notion that it would be a good idea to fake sign each card as the player. On a related note we also disfigured every Dennis Rasmussen card we had by scratching out his face and drawing a cartoon animal we named "Deflater Mouse" instead.
C) I love them.
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