The game-worn glove that Bill Buckner used during the 1986 World Series sold for a final price of $106,575 in Goldin Auctions’ October Legends Auction.
Steiner Sports is bringing a fresh line of memorabilia to the hobby. Called ‘In Their Own Words’ a star-studded lineup of athletes past and present describe some of the greatest sports moments they were involved in.
Former infielder and now Triple-A manager Wally Backman reflects on the famous Mets season, his career and today’s new rules.
The ball from Game 6 of the 1986 World Series that went through Bill Buckner’s legs sold for $418,250, and was just one of many items that turned heads in Heritage Auctions’ $7 Million Signature auction.