Josh Luber’s EPIC $90,000 Shohei Ohtani trade! Insanely rare Bart Simpson hand-drawn card! | ESPN

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  • ESPN published this video item, entitled “Josh Luber’s EPIC $90,000 Shohei Ohtani trade! Insanely rare Bart Simpson hand-drawn card! | ESPN” – below is their description.

    With the Dallas Card Show in the rearview mirror, StockX founder, Josh Luber, walks Kevin Negandhi through this experience on the floor, shares some of his favorite pickups from the day including some vintage 76ers photos and an extremely rare Bart Simpson card. Josh then breaks down the biggest trade he has ever done, 14 cards plus $4,000 totaling a $90,000 value for a one of one Shohei Ohtani Topps Chrome Superfractor!

    #DallasCardShow #Ohtani #ToppsChrome

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