Sports memorabilia doesn't always materialize in the form of an autographed ball or game-worn jersey. Sometimes it's body parts or things soaked in bodily fluids—like Curt Schilling's bloody sock.
Schilling's famous, bloody sock—but not the bloody sock—sold for $92,613 in an auction on Sunday. Sure the sock is an unlaundered embodiment of the Red Sox' 2004 World Series miracle, yet that doesn't change the fact that it's just plain gross.
But it's not even the most revolting sports collector's item to hit the market. Here's a look at six more that sold for big chunks of change despite their blatant violation of all health codes.