Bloody sock of ex-Red Sox pitcher reels in $92,613 at auction2/24/2013
The most famous sock in baseball is worth exactly $92,613. That was the winning bid at a Saturday auction for Curt Schilling's infamous blood-soaked stirrup, worn against the St. Louis Cardinals in Game Two of the 2004 World Series. Despite pitching on a damaged tendon that bled through the sock, Schilling only allowed one run in six innings to earn a 6-2 win. It's a precious piece of baseball history drenched in the blood of a never-say-die champion. It’s so cool, you couldn’t even make that up. [Source]
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