Remember that chalky pink piece of gum that used to come in every pack of baseball cards?
Well you might want to steer away from the one Topps would have to make to match the Prince Fielder card it unveiled Tuesday in Lakeland, Fla.
At 275 pounds, Fielder, who plays for the Detroit Tigers, is a big guy under normal circumstances. But his new baseball card is of Ruthian proportions, measuring approximately 90 feet tall and 60 feet wide, making it the largest baseball card ever made, according to Topps.
The card, uncovered by 100 young players at Peterson Park, a youth complex a few miles from the Tigers' spring-training complex, stretched from the edge of the infield to the left-center field fence. And here are some more fun facts according to the card's manufacturer: