A valuable baseball card discovery is confirmed.

FOX's Chris Foster reports:

Ty Cobb was one of baseball's first stars:

"His unorthodox style earned him the highest lifetime average of all, .367."

That's from a story about Cobb, in an old newsreel. Now he's back in the news, because of seven identical baseball cards found in a crumpled paper bag in the home of a great-grandfather who died.

They've been verified by experts as legitimate, with only about 15 known to have still existed before this. The value of these cards is estimated at at least a $1 million.

We're told only that they were found somewhere in the South, with the owners staying anonymous.

Chris Foster, FOX News.