Memorabilia firm sells Derek Jeter game-used dirt for $360

Derek Jeter #2 of the New York Yankees slides into third base.
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One person's dirt is another's money. Fans can now purchase the ground where Derek Jeter once played.

For $359.99, you can buy a plaque complete with "dirt capsules" from 30 stadiums to have a piece of the now-retired New York Yankees' shortstop career, the Daily Mail reported Monday.

The 20-by-32-inch collage, which features dirt authenticated by Major League Baseball and commemorates Jeter's 3,465 hits, is being offered by the Steiner Sports memorabilia website.

"Fans don't like him—they love him," Steiner Sports CEO Brandon Steiner said, according to the tabloid. "It's an easy gift to give this year, so our sales are up. The interest level is probably twice as much as it normally is."

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After a 20-year career, Jeter played his final game at Yankee Stadium on Sept. 25.

Click here to read the full report from the Daily Mail.