Wednesday, June 9, 2010

FOR SALE: PRICELESS STEPHEN STRASBURG SOUVENIRS

T.A.H. Worldwide Media LLC is offering these two Stephen Strasburg precious souvenirs for sale.

ITEM #1: A limited edition (only 40,315 in circulation) baseball card commemorating Stephen Strasburg’s MLB debut on June 8, 2010 at Nationals Stadium against the Pittsburgh Pirates.

TIME LIMIT: (1,400 days. The card will be offered for sale for 3 years and 305 days – that’s 100 days for each strike out. If the card remains unsold on September 21, 2013, the price will be reduced to $1,399.

PRICE: $1,400 ($100 for each Strasburg strikeout). For each year between now and the time of sale that Strasburg makes the All-Star team or wins the Cy Young, the price will be increased by $500 for each occurrence. The price will increase by $5,000 for each perfect game pitched by Strasburg between now and the time of sale, and the price will increase by $1,000 for each no-hitter between now and the time of sale. A $999 premium will be charged if Strasburg’s ERA is less than 1.00 at the time of sale.

ITEM #2: A limited edition (only 40,315 in circulation) program commemorating Stephen Strasburg’s MLB debut and Nats’ rookie Drew Storen on June 8, 2010 at Nationals Stadium against the Pittsburgh Pirates.

TIME LIMIT: (1,400 days. The card will be offered for sale for 3 years and 305 days – that’s 100 days for each strike out. If the program remains unsold on September 21, 2013, the price will be reduced to $1,399.

PRICE: $1,400 ($100 for each Strasburg strikeout). For each year between now and the time of sale that Strasburg makes the All-Star team or wins the Cy Young, the price will be increased by $500 for each occurrence. The price will increase by $5,000 for each perfect game pitched by Strasburg between now and the time of sale, and the price will increase by $1,000 for each no-hitter between now and the time of sale. A $999 premium will be charged if Strasburg’s ERA is less than 1.00 at the time of sale.
An additional premium of $500 will be charged if Drew Storen is still in the majors at the time of sale.

Remember, no matter how many people tell you they witnessed Stephen Strasburg’s MLB debut, only 40,315 fans were in the house and subsequently in possession of these almost priceless souvenirs.

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