America's pastime rings up millions on Friday, April 20.
A New Jersey man, whose name hasn't been released yet, shelled out $1.2 million for a rare 1909 Honus Wagner baseball card, placing the highest of 14 bids in St. Louis on Friday, April 20.
The Flying Dutchman's card was pulled from circulation after about 200 were used, which obviously makes it one of the most sought after sports collectibles world-wide.
Wagner, one of the greatest shortstops to ever play for Pittsburgh, was a member of the first class of Hall of Fame inductees.
Oh, yeah, the Wagner baseball card seller is from Houston and wants to remain anonymous.
A piece of history is now in the hands of a lucky collector; however, talk about a baseball dream that cost millions.