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If you caught Aaron Judge's record-setting 62nd home run ball, are you taking the $3 million and going home? Or are you this dude...
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Aaron Judge's record-setting 62nd home run ball is headed to auction later this month, with the attorney for the Texas man who caught it telling ESPN he already turned down a $3 million offer for the prize snagged Oct. 4 at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas.

Cory Youmans, a 35-year-old from Dallas, told ESPN that "after weeks of a lot of deep conversations" with his wife, sports reporter Bri Amaranthus, and his lawyer, Dave Baron, they decided to sell the ball with the Goldin Auctions house.
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"We've already had an offer for $3 million," said Baron, Youmans' attorney. "Talking to the auction people, they don't really commit to a number, but they said it just could be significantly higher based on New York, the New York fan base and how crazy it could get at an auction."

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CRDNLSCHMCPSN1115 months
I'm sure the auction house will he happy to get their 30% cut.
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ForLSU5615 months
I hope the dude gets $10MM for it from some NYY fan.
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wallowinit15 months
Go for it! Good for him.
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SuperFanDan15 months
3 million for a baseball seems like a good deal no matter what record it broke.
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HoustonGumbeauxGuy15 months
I hope it goes for a fraction of that so we can laugh at this dBag
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rattlebucket15 months
Agreed but is there a reserve? If not, dummy!
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Mickey Goldmill15 months
All he has to do is make the opening bid $3M
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