Denver attorney Marshall Fogel has one of the most impressive collections of baseball memorabilia in the world. Among his items are the framed poem that Lou Gehrig was given on Lou Gehrig day at Yankee Stadium, countless numbers of game worn jerseys and bats, and the triple crown of Mickey Mantle cards, the 1951 Bowman, 1952 Topps, and 1953 Topps all graded PSA 10 and worth close to $3 Million just by themselves. Babe Ruth’s daughter once wrote him asking for some of her father’s stuff back. Even many of the items in the Yankee Stadium museum come compliments of Fogel. In the video below, Fogel takes CNBC Sports Business reporter Darren Rovell, @darrenrovell on twitter, through his insanely vast collection. It’s an awesome watch.