Now this is fantasy baseball. Randy Newsom is a 6-foot-2, 200-pound, submarining, relief-pitcher prospect for the Cleveland Indians. He is selling 4 percent of his future, major-league earnings -- if there are any -- for $50,000. You don't have to put up the whole 50K, however. You can buy shares in Randy at $20 per pop, as brokered by Real Sports Investments, his company. Each share is worth 0.0016 percent of his future, major-league earnings. So say he turns into something like Dan Quisenberry, earns an average of $4 million a year and works for 10 years. The 4 percent stake held by investors would be worth $1.6 million, and your little, $20 venture would pay $640 over the course of his career.