1995 Top Prospects Autographed Michael Jordan Baseball Card Sells for $14,000

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Michael Jordan’s professional baseball career was short lived as he returned to the game of basketball just in time for the Chicago Bulls’ final stretch heading into the 1994-95 NBA Playoffs. As a member of the Birmingham Barons, Jordan had a batting average of .202 while hitting three home runs and bringing in 51 runs batted in. Those stats are surprisingly good for someone who hadn’t played organized baseball in years. An autographed Michael Jordan baseball card recently sold for $14,000 and probably could have gone for more seeing that this is probably one of the rarest cards out there. Check out the Michael Jordan autographed card and head over to the auction from prewarcardcollector on eBay for more details.

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