You may recognize Todd Lieberman as one of the biggest movie producers in the world. Producing films such as the Divergent series, The Muppets, Beauty and the Beast, and the Oscar-nominated The Fighter starring Mark Wahlberg. When he’s not making hits Lieberman is HUGE into sports cards and owns some of the world’s rarest cardboard.
Todd sat down with DJ Skee, a huge collector himself, to show off cards you and I can only dream of someday owning. After seeing the goods, Todd and Skee did a break of 2020 Bowman Chrome baseball with a bet: whoever pulls the rarest card during the break would win an item the other put up. Skee offered up a rare Topps Project 70 card valued at $7,000. Todd hit back with a big one: a film-used boxing glove signed by Sugar Ray Leonard from his movie, The Fighter! Could either pull a rookie card of Bo Bichette or Yordan Alvarez? Maybe big names like Mike Trout or Ferndando Tatis Jr. lurk inside.
Watch the video of the break to see who wins the bet, and scope out the AWESOME, rare – and we mean rare – cards in Todd’s collection like:
• 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle rookie PSA 7.5 (valued at $1.75 million+)
• 1938 Goudey Joe DiMaggio rookie PSA 9 (valued at $1.25 million)
• 1948 Bowman Stan Musial rookie PSA 10 – the only one known to exist
• 1963 Topps Pete Rose rookie PSA 10 – the only one known to exist
• 1989 Score Deion Sanders SGC 10 Gold Pristine – the only one known to exist
LOVE it when celebrities share the hobby we love. Keep an eye out in your next card breaks; you may see an Oscar-nominated movie producer in your break.