MLB podcast with Larry Crino: Trout rookie card is most expensive card of all time; Nats Strausburg out for season; plus more

The Los Angeles Angels 2009 Topps Bowman Chrome Superfactor Mike Trout rookie card fetched for $3.93 million topping the 1909 T-206 Pittsburgh Pirates Honus Wagner card which sold for $3.12 million (photo from

On the MLB podcast with Larry:

#1 Los Angeles outfielder Mike Trout’s rookie grade 9, 2009 Topps Bowman Chrome Superfactor card fetched for $3.93 million during the Golden Auctions on line surpassing the T-206 Honus Wagner card which sold for $3.12 million.

#2 The Washington Nationals pitcher Stephen Strausburg is done for the 2020 season. Strausburg is suffering from carpal tunnel syndrome and will have surgery it was announced by Nat’s manager Dave Martinez.

#3 The New York Mets who had to cancel three games against the New  York Yankees Friday through Sunday announced that their traveling party were all tested for Covid and all have come through negative. Two Mets players had tested positive during their road trip last week forcing them to cancel the series with the Yankees as the club is waiting word from MLB when they can resume .

#4 Jazhiel Morel a Washington Nationals employee threw two cups of coffee in the face of a convenience store employee in the Dominican Republic. Morel said he would turn himself into the police on Monday.

#5 How rough does it get for the Miami Marlins catcher Francisco Cervelli who will be on the injured list due to a concussion. Cevelli was concussed on Saturday and will be out for seven days.

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