10 Most Expensive Sports Memorabilia

Babe Ruth's 1920 Jersey: Sold for $4.4 million, it's one of baseball's most iconic artifacts.

Honus Wagner Baseball Card: Only around 50 exist, with one selling for over $3 million.

The Original Rules of Basketball: Dr. James Naismith's hand-written rules fetched $4.3 million.

Mark McGwire's 70th Home Run Ball: Sold for $3 million, setting a baseball memorabilia record.

The 1857 'Laws of Base Ball' Book: One of the earliest baseball rulebooks, sold for $3.26 million.

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Babe Ruth's 1919 Contract: Signed for his transfer to the Yankees, it sold for $2.3 million.

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Jackie Robinson's 1947 Rookie Contract: Historical document sold for over $2 million.

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Muhammad Ali's Gloves: From the 1965 Sonny Liston fight, sold for $836,500.

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Babe Ruth's 1934 Bat: Used for his 700th home run, sold for $591,000.

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Michael Jordan's Flu Game Shoes: Worn during the 1997 NBA Finals, sold for $104,765.

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