Feb 23, 2014, 11:25 AM EDT
Some cool items were sold this weekend at a sports memorabilia auction in New York City. The product descriptions and winning bids come from Kevin Manahan at the Newark Star-Ledger …
- A 1911 game-used bat that belonged to “Shoeless” Joe Jackson was the highest-grossing item at $958,000.
- Babe Ruth’s commemorative pocket watch from the 1923 World Series, made of 14-karat gold, sold for $717,000.
- Shards of the broken bat Yankees pitcher Roger Clemens threw at Mike Piazza during the 2000 Subway Series went for $47,500.
On the non-baseball side: boxing gloves worn by Muhammad Ali when he upset heavyweight champion Sonny Liston in 1964 sold for $836,500. Ali still went by Cassius Clay at the time of that fight.
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