The Boston Red Sox have donated several pieces of memorabilia to the Baseball Hall of Fame after winning the World Series Sunday.
Included is a game-used bat from World Series MVP Steve Pearce; David Price’s Game 5 jersey, game-worn spectacles used by reliever Joe Kelly; a cap and spikes worn by Nathan Eovaldi; the ball/strike indicator from home plate umpire Ted Barnett during Game 3, which was the longest in World Series history; manager Alex Cora’s hoodie; a bat used by Eduardo Núñez in Game 1 and a helmet worn by Brock Holt throughout the postseason including his October 8 cycle against the Yankees.
These and other pieces from the playoffs will be featured in the Autumn Glory exhibit, which will be on exhibit through the 2019 postseason.
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The ‘Steal a Base/Steal a Taco’ cards from Topps NOW are available only at restaurants in the Boston and Los Angeles areas.
It’s a six-card set that comes in a special pack and includes the six “Taco Heroes” who’ve triggered the free food during the promotion’s six-year run by stealing the first base in the series. The only way to get them is to buy a special baseball cap that’s also part of the promotion.
They’re starting to show up on eBay now with most selling for $15-$25 per set.
MeiGray Auctions has launched its latest auction of game-used Connor McDavid memorabilia as part of its exclusive partnership with the NHL’s young superstar.
The listings include two game sticks and one used in training camp, a game-worn helmet, a pair of skates and game-worn socks. Items date back to last season, when he led the league in points for a second straight year.
The auctions close November 15.