1. Babe Ruth Memorabilia from Charlie Sheen Sells for over $4 Million at Auction

    Charlie Sheen's Babe Ruth memorabilia was sold at an auction Saturday for nearly $4.4 million. Per ESPN's Darren Rovell , Ruth's 1927 World Series ring with the New York Yankees ...

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  2. Charlie Sheen Puts Babe Ruth World Series Ring, Red Sox Document Up for Auction

    Actor Charlie Sheen is about to make two historical pieces of MLB memorabilia available to auction. According to Darren Rovell of ESPN...

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  3. Albert Pujols Passes Babe Ruth on All-Time Hits List

    Los Angeles Angels designated hitter Albert Pujols passed Babe Ruth on Major League Baseball's all-time hits list with a single in the bottom of the fourth inning Wednesday night against the Atlanta Braves ...

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  4. Babe Ruth Contract Sending Legend from Red Sox to Yankees Put Up for Auction

    The December 1919 sales contract that sent Babe Ruth from the Boston Red Sox to the New York Yankees is set to go up for auction. On Tuesday, ESPN...

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  5. A Guide to the 10 Most Expensive Baseball Cards Ever Sold

    People with exorbitant financial means tend to spend large sums of money on silly things. A market for memorabilia exists beyond the world of sports, but baseball cards have watched other fads—is Yu-Gi-Oh! still a thing?—come and go...

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  6. Ranking the 25 Best Baseball Players of All Time

    MLB has gifted fans an unprecedented crop of young stars capable of etching their names among baseball royalty. Perhaps history will one day prop these burgeoning studs alongside the game's all-time greats...

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  7. The Longest Home Runs in MLB History

    Hitting a baseball hundreds of feet is incredibly hard. Accurately measuring those moonshots isn't much easier...

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