With Manny Ramirez and Jason Varitek's game-worn underwear available on eBay, it got us here at Page 2 thinking about whether we could find other unique items for sale from some of today's biggest sports stars.
After hours and hours of trolling and scouring, we discovered it was, indeed, true: Other sports celebs have been selling some of their most personal items right under our noses. We were lucky enough to get our hands on a super-secret auction list. Same day shipping through Page2pal is available.
Stephon Marbury's backseat
Current bid: $500
Ships to: Any place the wife can't find out about it
Marbury, who has given us cheap hoop shoes to buy for Christmas and the phrase "truck love," romanced a Madison Square Garden intern on this seat. Not to worry, the backseat has been cleaned, but the magic it created always will remain.
John Amaechi's black book
Current bid: $1,000
Ships to: The National Enquirer and Star offices
Think John Amaechi was the only gay NBA player? Matt Millen's photo album
Current bid: $3 million (his annual salary with the Lions)
Ships to: The Ford family
We've got to assume Millen has a collection of photos of Lions owner William Clay Ford in a satin teddy and stilettos surrounded by drunken elves, otherwise how else could Millen keep his job despite a 30-79 record as a general manager?
Bill Belichick's ****list
Current bid: $100
Ships to: Anywhere a butt kicking can take place
We won't reveal all the names on this list, but let's just say in the No. 1 slot is the team he plays Sunday.
Isiah Thomas' "Guide To Picking Up Women"
Current bid: $9.95
Ships to: The National Organization of Women
Foreword by James Dolan. Thomas apparently has a universal pet name for women that rhymes with "rich."
Don Imus' hip-hop collection
Current bid: $24.99
Ships to: Def Jam Recordings
Instead of taking the blame for making an uncouth joke, Imus said he called the Rutgers women's basketball team "nappy-headed ho's" because he learned it from hip-hop records. Wonder if the hip-hop aficionado can Soulja Boy, too?
Brady baby poop
Current bid: $200
Ships to: Worldwide (but it'll be fairly rank when it arrives)
Comes packaged in a Chanel diaper. If you can't duplicate greatness, you can at least smell it. Bridget Moynahan photos not included.
Dwyane Wade's wheelchair
Current bid: Wade's manhood
Ships to: Any place an athlete over-dramatizes an injury
Hard to tell if Wade suffered a dislocated shoulder or was hit with an axe. Dude cried. Hard. Over a shoulder.
A date with Brynn Cameron
Current bid: $15,000
Ships to: Eligible bachelors around the world
No woman's stock rose as much as Cameron, the ex-girlfriend of Matt Leinart who was awarded $15,000 a month in child support. She'll remain the most eligible baby mama until Shaunie O'Neal's divorce is final.
Dirk Nowitzki's MVP award
Current bid: The league's credibility
Ships to: Steve Nash, LeBron James or Kobe Bryant
Not like Nowitzki needs it for anything.
Kevin Everett's determination
Current bid: Priceless
Ships to: Worldwide
Last week, it was reported that Everett was walking on his own. Everett was temporarily paralyzed after making a tackle in the Bills' season opener against Denver. Doctors said he would never walk again.
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