On Saturday there was an auction to sell off a ton of New York Yankees memorabilia with many of the pieces focusing on the closing of the House that Ruth Built. Unfortunately, quite a few of the pieces didn't sell or sold at "lower" prices than expected...
- The final home run ball hit at the stadium didn't receive a bid at the starting price of $100,000.
- A collection of 15 World Series & American League championship rings owned by former Yankee owner Del Webb was pulled from bidding after receiving a few low bids.
- A 1949 Plymouth convertible owned by Mickey Mantle sold for $34,000 but was expected to reach double that amount.