’22 professional debut; New Fanatics Auction; Split auction for Eruzione Jersey

It won’t be out for nine months, but Topps released some details on 2022 Pro Debut Baseball on Wednesday.

Among the insert sets is MiLB Legends, which focuses on some league greats as they battle their way through the minors, so…if you’ve ever wondered what Deion Sanders might look like as a member of the Columbus Clippers on a 1960 Topps card, now you know.

They will be found in all six packs with three different parallels.

2022 Topps Pro Debut is due out September 30 with Hobby and Jumbo configurations.

A signed and inscribed football used for Joe Burrow’s rookie season game is among more than 160 items in the new Fanatics winter auction.

The ball bears a “Game Used/2020 Rookie Season/#1 Draft Pick” inscription of Burrow, the sophomore star who will lead the Cincinnati Bengals in this Sunday’s NFL Championship Game against the Kansas City Chiefs.

The jerseys used for the game of Burrow’s teammates, Joe Mixon and Carlos Dunlap, are also part of the auction.

Additional autographed memorabilia include a Walter Payton helmet, signed and inscribed with his nickname “Sweetness”, a “half and half” Colts/Broncos helmet signed and inscribed by Peyton Manning with career highlights and, one of nine special Ravens helmets autographed and inscribed following Justin Tucker’s NFL field goal record of 66 yards.

Several autographed football rookie cards include a Leaf Rookies and Stars Drew Brees 2001 (BGS 9.5/10), an auto numbered 6/9 Panini Encased Dual Swatch Kyler Murray and several Josh Allen rookie autographs.

The auction is scheduled until February 16.

Mike Eruzione’s jersey from the gold medal game at the 1980 Winter Olympics is up for auction, or at least part of it. Lelands is offering 20% ​​ownership of the shirt through its ongoing auction in conjunction with Collectable. This is the first time partial ownership of an item has been offered in a sports memorabilia auction.

The current bid for this one-fifth stake is $75,000.

After the auction, an additional ten percent will be offered on a fractional basis to Collectable users, who can typically purchase individual shares for $10 each.

The jersey is not that of the famous “Miracle on Ice” upset by the Soviet Union when he scored the winning goal, but rather the gold medal game against Finland in Lake Placid.

Eruzione originally entrusted the jerseys for both games to Heritage Auctions in 2013. The Miracle jersey sold for $657,250 while the gold medal game jersey fetched $286,800.

Lelands has also released its schedule of upcoming auctions that will take place after the Mint Collective.

He will hold a pop-up auction before the Super Bowl, from January 30 to February 30. 12, followed by its Winter Classic from February 13 to March 12.

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