EXCLUSIVE: Accountant says harassment, negativity prompted sale of Strasburg SuperFractor

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Robert J. Power discusses his decision to sell the Stephen Strasburg SuperFractor with Beckett Baseball’s Chris Olds Tuesday afternoon in Dallas after he completed the transaction.

See the previous video about the sale by clicking here.

Click here for Chris Olds’ commentary on the Strasburg card.


  1. s
    Posted July 7, 2010 at 11:49 am | Permalink

    I think he paid too much for the card since Strasburg didn’t even throw his first major league pitch. Whether or not he breaks Ryan’s strikeout record or not, or any other record for that matter is a long way off. First, he has to stay healthy. Second he has to continue to dominate batters over a 15 year or longer career. The reason Mantle cards sell and no one says much is that Mantle has obviously proven himself, hence the Hall of Fame. I disagree with all the phone calls and e-mails. So the man spent 16 grand on what is basically cardboard, words and a picture. To each his own. That is what America is about, freedom to buy or sell what you want, for the most part.

  2. s
    Posted July 7, 2010 at 11:50 am | Permalink

    Oh yeah, forgot to mention, he wasn’t so stupid afterall, he made roughly 5 grand in a month. NICE JOB!!!

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