Honus Wagner was uncomfortable having his card sold with tobacco. And also in that ridiculously heavy wool uniform buttoned all the way up. (AP Photo)
Allow me a fleeting nostalgic moment. Every month I'd wait with great anticipation to pick up the latest edition of Beckett Baseball Card Monthly, the foremost authority on trading card value. Once I got my hot little hands on this Bible, I'd retire to my quarters and proceed to look up each and every card in my collection.
John Rogers, on the other hand, never grew out of his baseball card stage. The memorabilia collector dropped a cool $1.62 million for the holy grail of baseball cards: the 1909 Honus Wagner.