The 1953 World Series Championship ring of Yogi Berra was the top-seller – at $159,720 – in the Steiner Sports Memorabilia Fall Auction.
NEW YORK — The family of the late, iconic New York Yankees catcher Yogi Berra, and Yankees “Perfect Game” pitcher Don Larsen will sell pieces of their personal baseball memorabilia collections in an on-line auction through Steiner Sports Memorabilia. The “Fall …
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In a new role, Sean Mahoney will be responsible for overseeing the overall sales operations of Steiner Sports, inclusive of ecommerce and all auction initiatives.
Steiner Sports has signed an exclusive licensing rights deal with the Yogi Berra Family and the right to market the remaining pieces of the Yogi Berra memorabilia collection.
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A total of 75 lots will be featured covering everything from his multiple World Series rings to game-used bats used for personal milestones (i.e., 1,500 career hit and his 200th career home run) to team-signed New York Yankees baseballs from the 1950s.