Topps is selling the tablecloth as relic baseball card from Manny Machado's introductory press conference

You can now own a piece of baseball history — that is, if tablecloths are your thing.

Manny Machado was introduced as the newest member of the San Diego Padres on Friday on the heels of signing the biggest free agent contract ever in the history of American sports at $300 million for 10 years.

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And (this is not a joke) the tablecloth from Machado’s introductory’s press conference could be yours, in the form of a baseball relic card courtesy of Topps:

Prices range from $9.99 to a whopping $799.99 and the card is only available for 24 hours.

If you’re wondering how historic a tablecloth could possibly be, so did Twitter:

This isn’t the first time a tablecloth from a significant moment has been featured in a card, albeit the one used in “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” seems more palatable.

Look, this is a just a tad out of the box. And perhaps it is fair to question why anyone would spend $800 on a tablecloth relic. But Machado, at 26 years old, has yet to hit the prime of his career and could land in the record books if he continues at this rate. I mean, if you were a San Francisco Giants fan, wouldn’t you want a piece of the tablecloth from Barry Bonds’ introductory press conference in 1992?

Maybe, just maybe, Topps will get the last laugh. But $800? That’s crazy.

The tablecloth from Manny Machado’s introductory press conference with the Padres is now on sale as part of a baseball relic card, courtesy of Topps. (Photo by Jennifer Stewart/Getty Images)
The tablecloth from Manny Machado’s introductory press conference with the Padres is now on sale as part of a baseball relic card, courtesy of Topps. (Photo by Jennifer Stewart/Getty Images)

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