Woman finds $100,000 baseball card; tries to sell it for $10

72-year old Bernice Gallego found an old baseball card (not pictured) in a box of antiques, and listed it on eBay to see if anyone would want it. She started the bidding at $10.

It turned out that the card was really old and worth a lot more than $10. After receiving several questions from potential bidders, she decided to cancel the auction and do more research. Good move: The card was from 1869 and featured the "Red Stocking B.B. Club of Cincinnati," the first professional team in the history of baseball.

Collector Rick Mirigian told the Fresno Bee that "They've uncovered a piece of history that few people will ever be able to imagine or comprehend. And it comes out of Fresno. That card is history. It's like unearthing a Mona Lisa or a Picasso."