Dallas Man Toss Millions for Home Run Ball

If you had a piece of history, what price would you be willing to let go.

If you’re not a baseball fan, earlier this year, the record was broken at a Texas Rangers game. New York Yankees pitcher Aaron Judge broke the single-season home run record. Now technically Judge is seventh on the list, but everyone before him has been linked to steroids. This includes Barry Bonds, Sammy Sosa (three-time hitter) and Mark McGuire (two-time hitter). You can believe what you want, but most people believe that Aaron Judge is the real leader of the house.

Cory Youmans went to a Texas Rangers game on October 4th earlier this year and had the best seat in the house. He was the one who held his own Judge’s Record. He seems to have turned down many offers for the ball. He says that one offer was about three million dollars, and others are even willing to go beyond that.

Youman will risk it and put the ball up for auction. I hope it will exceed that three million mark and many think it will. Goldinco has just announced that they will be the auctioneer of the ball. It will be taking place on November 29 and people are allowed to apply online. I think you must have very deep pockets if you want this thing.

Considering I hate the New York Yankees more than anything in my life, I’m hoping the ball catches fire somehow, but I don’t think it will.

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