Given the Orioles' ongoing poor performance and light turn-outs at the Yards, it's not hard to imagine that Geppi isn't seeing much helpful return on that investment. The Entertainment Museum's fortunes are also in doubt. So far this year, the
has reported that the museum was behind on its rent to the Maryland Stadium Authority, that it soon got payments up to date, and that, in May, the authority lopped off a third of the rent. As for
magazine's health, an indication comes from the June newsletter of the Baltimore chapter of the American Institute of Architects, which
on Geppi's misfortunes, prompting much speculative discussion on what the problems could mean to comics. The general consensus: Geppi's $50 million personal collection of collectibles, if liquidated, could easily keep him and his businesses afloat for years to come.