Scully mem­o­ra­bilia auc­tion tops $2M

The Times-Tribune - - SPORTS -

Items from the per­sonal col­lec­tion of Hall of Fame broad­caster Vin Scully sold at auc­tion for more than $2 mil­lion, in­clud­ing World Se­ries rings from the Dodgers’ cham­pi­onships in 1955 and 1988.

Each ring sold for $188,000 dur­ing on­line bid­ding that ended Wed­nes­day, ac­cord­ing to David Hunt, owner of Hunt Auc­tions in Ex­ton, Penn­syl­va­nia. The Dodgers won their only World Se­ries ti­tle in Brook­lyn in 1955, and their most re­cent ti­tle was won in Los Angeles in 1988.

His per­sonal score­book from his fi­nal sea­son be­hind the mic for the Dodgers in 2016 sold for $82,250.

A World Se­ries tro­phy pre­sented to Scully in 1981 sold for $70,500; a sim­i­lar tro­phy from the 1988 World Se­ries drew a win­ning bid of $64,625.

An au­to­graph that Scully ob­tained in per­son from Babe Ruth went for $18,800.

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