Vin Scully Auctioning Personal Collection that Includes World Series Rings

The HOF Broadcaster is Selling Over 300 Pieces of Memorabilia
  • September 08, 2020


Legendary broadcaster, Vin Scully, is auctioning off a lifetime of historic memorabilia from his personal collection. FOUR World Series rings are up for grabs!  See what else you could own from this incredible collection.

Hall of Fame broadcaster, Vin Scully, has seen just about everything in baseball history.  The former Dodgers game-caller from 1950 - 2016 has called World Series games, no-hitters, countless big games.  Scully's pipes have earned him a spot in the Baseball Hall of Fame, wining the Ford Frick award in 1983.  Along the way, Vin amassed an AMAZING collection of memorabilia; a collection he's auctioning off to you right now!




  • NOW - Wednesday, September 23rd at 2:00 PM EST.


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It's hard to list highlights from a collection obtained by a man that is a highlight all by himself; too many items to choose!

The World Series rings have to the the draw, though; these are Vin's personal rings!  How many times in your life could you say you own a championship ring?  If you are lucky enough to get in on this auction, we can only assume those are the lots you're eyeing down!

Be honest - if you could, you would wear a World Series ring, speak into the autographed mic, and pretend to make this call:


A President may never send us a personal letter, but we can dream of calling that Gibby walk-off.


We know you don't own a World Series ring, but if you have a collection you'd like to sell, give us a shout!  We offer FREE appraisals!  

Plenty of ways to reach us:

Plenty of items available for sale, too. Check out our eBay pages of GRADED and UNGRADED cards.  If there is a specific item you do not see, reach out; we may have it!

Also, if you DO have a World Series ring that you'd like to sell - call us so we can try it on  make you an offer!


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