Suing baseball players for destroying the value of their cards? Just a thought--as a kid I collected nearly a million baseball cards, and among those are dozens of special/limited edition, rookie, or other special versions of Mark McGwire's cards, Sammy Sosa, Barry Bonds, etc. Now, normally, give those cards 10-15 years after those guys retire, and we're talking about $50-$100 or a lot more for the special/limited edition of these cards at any card shop or on ebay. However, with the steroid allegations and all the controversy surrounding these people for drugging themselves, the cards will likely never be worth anything close to the same amount they would have been if these guys had been clean. Is this grounds for a lawsuit? Kind of a "you're gonna screw with the game, us fans are gonna screw you back!" At any rate, this is purely hypothetical. Discuss.