Leland’s is offering the subpoena Curt Schilling got from the government when he was ordered to testify at the infamous "steroids hearing".
If Ty Cobb’s dentures can be auctioned and Joe DiMaggio’s drivers license and shower shoes, why not a baseball item that deals with Congressional hearings?
Leland’s, the New York-based auction house, has the subpoena Curt Schilling received when Congress ordered he and several other players to testify on the use of performance-enhancers in baseball. Turns out, this isn’t the first time it’s been auctioned, though.
Schilling, who testified he had never used steroids, has autographed the document.