Former New York Yankee center fielder Bernie Williams believes that baseball memorabilia can be a good investment - one that sometimes can pay off better than the market. TheStreet's Debra Borchardt asked the baseball player whether he thought it was too early to begin the season, but Williams remembers playing one opening day game in the snow. He says the adrenaline helps you forget the cold. Williams also said because he saved his money he is now able to be a musician.

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