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NOT TO BE CRUEL AND INSENSITIVE BUT THIS HAS GOT TO BE WORTH SOMETHING NOW!

THE VALUABLE BASEBALL?


It was back in mid May when collector Steve Schares got Enron founder Ken Lay to sign a baseball while leaving court during the criminal trial. I’m sure that signed ball has to be worth something now that Mr. Lay has passed on. I wonder what Steve is now doing with the collector’s item?

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  1. Sadly the baseball is worth about as much as Enron Stock circa 2002.

  2. sold for $222.50 on Ebay.

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