Some moron paid how much for the jersey Aaron Judge wore during his 1st MLB HR?

The jersey that Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge wore when he socked his first home run went at auction for $160,644.05 Sunday — fetching the highest price for a pro game-worn jersey in the last 15 years, according to auctioneer Steiner Sports.


But he’s still unproven compared to baseball’s greats, suggesting Judge mania has hit fever pitch among die-hard Yankees fans, according to Joe Maddalena of memorabilia auctioneer Profiles in History.

“My guess is [the buyer is] a huge Yankee fan,” he told The Post. “If you have $200,000 and could buy any baseball jersey you want, this is not the best investment — you’d buy a Babe Ruth or a Mickey Mantle. No disrespect, but it’s a different thing.”

[NY Post]

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