The first time we saw the inscription “I’m Sorry I Bet On Baseball” on a baseball autographed by Pete Rose, we felt a pang of sympathy for the guy. But now—as evidenced by these new signed baseballs—those feelings are gone.
A Grantland 30 for 30 all about that card.
Designed exclusively for Eddie Bauer “in colors that commemorate the first American ascent of Mt. Everest in 1963 by Jim Whittaker, outfitted by Eddie Bauer.”
Other menswear brands, you’ve been served notice to step up your holiday collectible game.
“This box set includes the album on seven 45s and a bonus 45 with “Signs” from the long out-of-print Donuts ‘Fan Club 45′ b/w DOOM & Ghostface’s “Sniper Elite & Murder Goons” – two tracks over Donuts beats which were recorded in late 2005 prior to the original release of the album. These two tracks were released digitally in 2008, but have never before appeared on vinyl.
Side D contains the “Donuts Outro/Intro” appearing as an interlude at the beginning of “The Diff’rence” which dates back to the first, original sequence of the album.”
Rolling Stones milestones and corresponding malts used in the The Rolling Stones 50th Anniversary Whisky.
|1962:||The Rolling Stones formed||Yamazaki malt|
|1971:||Lips and tongue logo completed||Yamazaki malt|
|1972:||Exile on Main St., the album including “Rocks Off,” used in Suntory TV commercials is released||Yamazaki malt|
|1981:||Signature song “Start Me Up” released||Yamazaki malt|
|1990:||First performance in Japan’s Tokyo Dome||Hakushu malt,Chita grain|
Apparently the Juice is trying to sell it quietly in an all cash deal of $5 Million. So… he did kill them, huh?
A jug of 1992 McJordan BBQ sauce sold for $9,995.00 yesterday on ebay. The McJordan burger was “a quarter-pound hamburger with smoked bacon, cheese, McJordan barbeque sauce, onions, mustard and pickles.”
Here’s Nigo’s collection of things in 2008, and below in 2012.
In a dust covered box under a wooden dollhouse, in the attic of his deceased grandfather, Karl Kissner found a trove of baseball cards featuring the likes of Cy Young, Honus Wagner, and Ty Cobb, that will sell for millions.