Really? 2.7 million for a 1978 Craig Reynolds card?
I mean, he was a decent player and all, but I don’t think his 1978 card is up there with a 1909 Honus Wagner, y’know?
Maybe I misread the listing. Maybe the card comes shipped in a fleet of Lamborghinis. Or, perhaps it’s for the ACTUAL Craig Reynolds, now a Baptist pastor in Houston. How much do retired shortstops/pastors in Houston go for these days, anyway?
I was curious enough to email the seller:
This turned up in my suggestions and caught my attention. The price seems slightly high. So I’m curious.
I really want this price not to be a typo. I’d like to think people have made you ridiculous offers for this card thinking it’s some sort of rare error or the like. If so, more power to you.
My other theory is that you ARE Craig Reynolds. If so, you were a pretty good SS for the Astros.
In any case, I’d love to hear the story behind this listing if you want to answer, thanks in advance! If not, I’ll enjoy the mystery.
I’ll update this post if I get an answer.
Maybe more wacky suggestions will turn up in my ebay feed since I bought a few old cards the other day. Who knows?
In the meantime, make those best offers. Craig’s not getting any younger.