DICE-K SIGNED BALL = $449.99 (KANJI SOLD SEPARATELY): Darren Rovell, unlike his Wall Streeted counterparts at CNBC, is up long after the Final Bell as he reports on the substantial value Daisuke Matsuzaka is offering to the baseball collectible consumer:
“The price for a Matsuzaka signed baseball in English will be $449.99, while his signature with a Kanji inscription will cost $100 more. The public pays between double and triple what the player gets per signature. So that means that Matsuzaka is conservatively making $150 per signature, one of the highest in sports memorabilia history.”
We’re all over this, and we’ve already got our Kanji symbol selected for our personal signing session.