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President wants everyone but himself to pay more
Topic - Troy Thibodeau
An auction house that sold a 148-year-old baseball card is now selling even older baseball memorabilia that features a Union team decimated by a Civil War battle.
Tests done at Superstorm Sandy cleanup sites show that the level of contaminants does not exceed federal workplace exposure limits.
But he says a 1933 Babe Ruth baseball card topped them all, with a winning bid of $13,000.
Manager and Auctioneer Troy Thibodeau says the Cy Young painting fetched $8,000 and the Philadelphia Athletics season ticket brought $6,000.