Over 50 jerseys from Major League Baseball’s Field of Dreams game in Iowa are now up for sale.
MLB Auctions is offering throwback jerseys worn by the Cubs and Reds along with team signed jerseys from each and a game used base in its current batch of online offerings.
Proceeds from the jersey sales go to MLB Charities.
The Cubs wore cream-colored jerseys designed after those used in the late 1920s, picturing a bear cub holding a bat inside a large red and navy “C.”
The Reds donned pinstripe jerseys dating to the team’s infamous clash with the Chicago Black Sox in 1919 that have the “C” logo on the chest.
The top bid so far is for the team-signed Cubs jersey that contains over 25 signatures ($7,510).
The game jersey worn by veteran Reds first baseman Joey Votto was at $7,110 as of Tuesday afternoon.
The Cubs jersey donned by Seiyo Suzuki, who drove in one of the Cubs’ runs, was at $4,950. Jerseys worn by Jonathan India and Willson Contreras were also among the most popular.
The auctions will continue through August 21.
Fans can buy Cubs and Reds Field of Dreams jerseys of the same style at Fanatics.com.
It’ll be the last time—at least for a while—that game-used Field of Dreams jerseys will be available with MLB not planning to return to the movie set in Dyersville, IA after two consecutive years of games there. MLB has been in touch with Evansville, IN about a potential future game at Bosse Field, a minor league park built in 1912 that was the primary set for the 1992 film A League of Their Own.
Last year, MLB Auctions also sold jerseys from the Iowa game, with Aaron Judge’s jersey topping all at $33,590. Proceeds went to the Dubuque Cancer Center.