Miguel Cabrera Triple Crown Batter’s Box Dirt Sold by MLB for $40 (Photo)


October 5, 2012

Ever wonder how much it would cost to get a batch of dirt from a major league batter's box? If Miguel Cabrera stepped on it Wednesday night in Kansas City, it's $39.99 plus shipping and handling.

Yes, Major League Baseball is selling a plaque with dirt from the right-handed batter's box of Kauffman Stadium, where Cabrera cemented his Triple Crown.

The plaque lists Cabrera's statistics from the year. He finished the 2012 regular season with a .330 batting average, 44 home runs and 139 RBIs — tops in every category in the American League. 

Don't miss out on this great opportunity, as you may have to wait another 45 years for someone else to win one of MLB's toughest awards, and for the MLB Store to offer the dirt that the player graced with his cleats.

Miguel Cabrera Triple Crown Batter's Box Dirt Sold by MLB for $40 (Photo)
Photo via Twitter/@darrenrovell

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