Oct 19, 2012, 10:45 AM EDT
The Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory will be hosting a live auction put together by Hunt Auctions on November 10th which will feature some incredibly unique and personal items that once belonged to the voice of the Phillies, Harry Kalas.
Some of the unique items up for auction include HK’s grey sport coat, a 1980 World Series trophy presented to Harry, his 2009 National League Championship ring, and even his briefcase.
From the Hunt Auctions website:
The Personal Collection of Harry Kalas
Lots 12-21 originate from the personal collection of Harry Kalas. Elected as a broadcaster to the National Baseball Hall of Fame Harry Kalas is one of the most highly regarded men in the history of his craft. In addition to his decades of work within the baseball booth Harry also gained fame as one of the voices for NFL Films. Harry Kalas remains to date one of the most beloved figures in Philadelphia sports history and we are honored to have been selected by members of the Kalas family to present these fine items.
You can view all of the Harry related items here. And crack open that Jayson Werth piggy bank, because the NLCS ring is already approaching $9,000 in pre-bidding.
[h/t Shibe Times]
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