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Funniest Baseball Card Ever

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I am quite sure alot of you have either seen it or heard of it, but for those who haven't:

Note GW in the stands, and Mickey Mantle in the dugout

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haha, i have seen that card before and not even noticed mickey mantle in the dugout!

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That card is selling well over $200 on ebay right now.

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Jenny McCarthy is in the stands too!!!!!

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what would be even better is jeter whiffing on the pitch!

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he is whiffing!! that is a classic card!!!!

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sweet card lol

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Is it just me or does Bush only have 1 arm?

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I think the billy ripken card is funnier

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Here's one:

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I had a Jose Rijo where he is shooting a water gun and a Griffey where he is blowing a big wad of bubble gum. And I have all those early 90's DARE program Vikings cards to keep kids off drugs that cops handed out. We ran to the cops when school was out to get the new football cards. Maybe the elementary school cards should be handed out to Vikings players to keep them off drugs instead. grin.gifgrin.gifgrin.gif

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