Imagine taking a swing at the most expensive baseball in history. Last week Babe Ruth, Honus Wagner, Ty Cobb, and eight more famous ball players scribbled their names into (a different kind of) record book. The curtain call ball sold for a record $632,369, an auction record for a signed, non-game used ball. The value of the ball increased more than tenfold from when it was last sold 21 years ago.
Sports can provide a background for extreme emotions, both on the field and in the realm of finance.
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