No, signed Phil Kessel
It could be worth anything. I will give you two hundred dollars.
It depends who signed the stick. I mean for a signed Sidney Crosby stick I would pay up to $300-400. But if it is someone like Andrew Alberts maybe $30-40. But if it is signed by Takashi probably maximum $1.50
id say its worth a lot of money
He was signed and played as a rookie in the MLB in 1948.
He made 850,000 from 2005 to 2008. then he signed for 9 million per year with an 8.7 million dollar cap hit.
it is about 14 million a year No, Malkin signed an identical deal to Sidney Crosby. They are both averaging 8.7 million per season currently.
Gretzky has only ever signed one rookie card of his....and he kept it. $4.00 US
His rookie card is worth more unsigned then signed. If the condition is mint it is worth upto $2000
value for patrick roy rookie card signed
he did not play in the OHl, it was in the QMJHL for the Rimouski Oceanic. hey boys. Crosby didn't play in the QM...whatever you said using every letter of the aplhabet. He played in the NBA for 2 and a half years before getting signed by Usher on youtube. Learning he had a voice of an angel he took on a singing career. It has come to my attention lately that everyone thinks he is in the NHL and just recently had a 26 game point streak?... clearly these people don't follow the NBA or listen to music because Crosby doesn't play in the NHL. Signed, Daffy Duck.
as of 2010, the highest paid rookie is Sam Bradford who signed a $41 million contract
If it is a none rookie card its worth 10.00 if it is its 20.00 and signed 25.00 MVP 20.99
1$ no joke...
a Big Ben Rookie card is worth around about maybe $100.... i think..... but definatly if it is signed.
Larry Doby played in 29 games for the Cleveland Indians as a 23 year old rookie in 1947. Larry Doby was signed by Cleveland Indians owner Bill Veeck in 1947.
about 120 to150 dollars