Rare Red Sox World Series Championship baseball signed by Babe Ruth is going up for auction

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The Sultan of Swat continues to be an enormous hit with collectors.

A very rare puzzle from the 1915 World Series champions Boston Red Sox) – signed by baseball legend and Hall of Famer Babe Ruth, could be worth as much as $50,000 when it goes on auction next month.

Auction house Leland’s sold the baseball, which is from the family of former Red Sox player Dick Hoblitzel, along with a number of other pieces of baseball memorabilia at its Fall 2019 Is a Classic Auction house, which will run through Dec. 6.

(Credit: Leland’s Auction House)


The auction house said that the rare ball is signed by Ruth, and 27 other signatures, including that of Hall of Famer Tris Speaker, and a variety of other Red Sox players.

“This is a fantastic ball-anchor is a combination of of the Hoblitzell family also includes a game ball, and Hoblitzell, personal, World Series programs,” Leland said in a statement, adding that the Hoblitzell was in Ruth’s room mate, while the team was on the road.

The ball is equipped with a clearly visible Babe Ruth signature is signed by Ruth on the sweet spot 3 out of 10 of the ink,” Leland’s stated in the listing. It has to be a pre-sale estimate of at least $ 50,000, according to Leland, the spokesman said.

American baseball player George Herman Ruth (1895 – 1948) known as ‘Babe’ Ruth. (Photo by MPI/Getty Images)

In addition to the rare-Ruth-signed-ball, and Leland’s has been the auction of a variety of hard-to-find baseball cards including the only recognized Ruth’s rookie card.
“Considered to be one of the most precious things in the card collecting hobby for a while, the [1916 M101-5 is a Sports, News blank back #151] is a map that shows Ruth in a tent due to his stint with the Red Sox,” Leland added, in the release.

The auction is for the self-described “multi-million-dollar-a map of auction is a 1917 Collins-McCarthy (E135) has been set up, it is considered to be the first baseball card sold publicly, as well as the 1911-36 Zeenut collection.

Several other baseball-related items to be included in the auction and, in particular, a “Shoeless” Joe Jackson signed voucher. Jackson, who is a member of the infamous 1919 Black Sox scandal, “was illiterate and rarely signed anything, what are some of the signature below, the limited resources in the field of sport,” Leland added.

Other items that are related to the Black Sox scandal-for-sale consist of the 1919 World Series, the tickets, one of the 1919 White Sox season pass, signatures, handwritten letters, and much more.

Memorabilia, baseball buff, and actor, Charlie Sheen will also be available for sale.

The Cleveland Indians cap worn by Sheen’s Ricky Vaughan character in the baseball movie “Major League,” as well as the ball used in the scene in which Vaughan strikes out an opposing hitter, with a 101 mph fastball-for-sale investments.

(Credit: Leland’s Auction House)

The Pre-sale estimates for both the cap and the ball is still between $5,000 and $10,000, respectively.

(Credit: Leland’s Auction House)

One of the other Gloss-related item, which is the standard military-issue Timex watch, worn by Chris Taylor, is a character in “Platoon” will also be available for sale. Prior to becoming an actor, Sheen has played baseball in high school, and have pitched and played shortstop, according to a 2011 ESPN article.

Ruth-related memorabilia is one of the most valuable in the sports collectible industry. In May, 1916 Babe Ruth baseball card sold at auction for over $130,000 after it was found to be in the $25-grand piano. Two months ago, a twin to Ruth card with a value of at least $1.5 million, went up for auction.


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