This week in overpriced, obscure Blue Jays memorabilia

I have a confession to make. I have a penchant for obscure Blue Jays memorabilia. If you read my article from last year about how I bought a bottle of game-used dirt from the Rogers Centre, you might suspect that I have a few screws loose.
I also bought a Blue Jays “Fan in a Can” after I read Rachael McDaniel’s piece on BP Toronto a few years ago about weird Blue Jays Christmas gifts. So yeah, I’m an impulse Blue Jays souveneir buyer.
Every so often, you might get the emails from the team featuring authentic game-used merchandise for sale. (The game-used dirt was listed there once, by the way). Occasionally, I’ll browse the items just to see what kind of weird stuff is for sale and how astronomical some of the prices are.
If you visited the Blue Jays MLB Auction site this week, you’re in for a few treats. Here’s just a summary of some of the overpriced, oscure Blue Jays memorabilia you can get your hands on. Remember, you only have until Sunday to place your bid on these authentic items.
 
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. game-used ball, single: $1,020 USD
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Author: Ian Hunter / Blue Jays Nation

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