This one’s for the die-hard Blue Jays fans out there. Toronto’s baseball team has a selection of game-used items for sale online and they’re not just jerseys. You can get yourself a nice scoop of dirt that the players stood on during their first home game of the season.

The two varieties of dirt for sale include opening day soil from the game at Buffalo’s Sahlen Field in 2020.

Or, for the same price, you could be the proud owner of dirt from the Jays’ home game at the Rogers Centre in July 2021, the first in 670 days.

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The dirt comes in a bottle with a label indicating that it’s been authenticated to give you the reassurance that it didn’t come from the park down the street.

If you’re feeling fancy you could also get your dirt on display in a collectible frame. All three of them are available for the low price of $29.99.

And for those willing to spend more on their Jays memorabilia, the website has a real piece of the team’s scoreboard installed in 2005. The price? A mere $200, plus $19.99 for shipping within Canada.

Paying for a pile of dirt or a slab of an LED screen may seem ridiculous to some, but for a dedicated Jays fan, owning a piece of history is worth the price.