The Holy Grail of baseball cards is the illustrious Honus Wagner from the 1909-1911 American Tobacco Company set. There were only 200 ever made because Wagner didn't want to support tobacco use for his young fans. As of 2017, it was valued at approximately $2.8 Million.
Giambi underwent knee surgery before the 2004 season. He also endured a variety of health problems during the season including an inflamed knee, a respiratory infection, an intestinal parasite infection, and a benign pituitary tumor. As a result, Giambi appeared in just 80 games during the 2004 regular season, batting .208. He returned to the Yankees in 2005 and led the American League in walks (108) and on-base percentage (.440).