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Soxforlife
01-11-2005, 09:43 PM
Does anyone know how much I could sell an authentic autographed Ordonez jersey for?

To calrify: I don't want to sell it because it comes with a great memory and story but I want to know what it is worth.

MUsoxfan
01-11-2005, 09:46 PM
Depends whether or not his career will ever recover.

Brian26
01-11-2005, 10:31 PM
The best way to judge the true market value of anything is to go to Ebay and do a advanced search of completed items.

DumpJerry
01-12-2005, 12:36 AM
Call Borass. He'll sell it for $10,000,000

jake27
01-12-2005, 01:59 AM
Call Borass. He'll sell it for $10,000,000
:rolling:

Flight #24
01-12-2005, 10:57 AM
Call Borass. He'll sell it for $10,000,000
He'll sell you a jersey he claims is autographed by Maggs for $10MM. Of course, you can't look at it before making the offer, and you'll have to take his word that it's Maggs autograph rather than Boras' secretary's, but if you can't trust the superagent, who CAN you trust?

Viva Medias B's
01-12-2005, 10:58 AM
Call Borass. He'll sell it for $10,000,000
Will there be payment deferrals?

SpammySosa
01-12-2005, 07:40 PM
Does anyone know how much I could sell an authentic autographed Ordonez jersey for?

To calrify: I don't want to sell it because it comes with a great memory and story but I want to know what it is worth.
Rule number one is something is only worth what someone is willing to give you for it. Having said this,another factor is whether you had it signed yourself or if it is an "official" item sold by a reputable company the player has a contract with. Obviously people are willing to pay more for the latter since there are a lot of forgeries out there.
I guess you are just curious about the worth,but if you DO plan on keeping it and it is part of a special memory,then it is obviously priceless.

HoustonAstros967
01-12-2005, 09:58 PM
I think the Mets are looking to pay $182 million for that jersey cause Boras told them it plays a good right field. If this deal goes through it can be added to the Mets vault of bad moves with their money.

LongLiveFisk
01-12-2005, 10:21 PM
Call Borass. He'll sell it for $10,000,000
:borass:
"That was uncalled for. I mean, even a FOOL knows it's only worth $5 million."

Soxzilla
01-12-2005, 11:18 PM
:borass:
"That was uncalled for. I mean, even a FOOL knows it's only worth $5 million ... a year for 7 years."
fixed.

Moses_Scurry
01-13-2005, 08:34 AM
Rule number one is something is only worth what someone is willing to give you for it. Having said this,another factor is whether you had it signed yourself or if it is an "official" item sold by a reputable company the player has a contract with. Obviously people are willing to pay more for the latter since there are a lot of forgeries out there.
I guess you are just curious about the worth,but if you DO plan on keeping it and it is part of a special memory,then it is obviously priceless.
I have a question along the lines of this reply. How can I get something authenticated? My brother was given a tip at the golf course where he works of an autographed ball by a whole bunch of the '61 Yankees (Mantle, Maris and others). Is there any way of verifying if the signatures are real?

nccwsfan
01-13-2005, 09:43 AM
He'll sell you a jersey he claims is autographed by Maggs for $10MM. Of course, you can't look at it before making the offer, and you'll have to take his word that it's Maggs autograph rather than Boras' secretary's, but if you can't trust the superagent, who CAN you trust?
Now THAT's funny!

JKryl
01-13-2005, 01:06 PM
Call Borass. He'll sell it for $10,000,000
Oh, boy. I'll bet that got Jerry digging through the closets at Comisky.

LongLiveFisk
01-13-2005, 06:36 PM
Oh, boy. I'll bet that got Jerry digging through the closets at Comisky.
Yeah, so much for snagging one cheap at the garage sale. :D: