March 15 (UPI) -- Have an extra $90,000 laying around?
If you are a baseball fan, snatching up some 'priceless' memorabilia might be an option. The Lelands.com winter auction features a 1931 Babe Ruth signed game-used bat as one of its marquee items up for bid this week.
In 1931, Ruth led baseball with 46 home runs. He also had 128 RBI in 145 games. Ruth had a ridiculous .373 batting average.
The bat has a current bid of $86,306.00.
Lelands is partnering with the Pittsburgh Steelers, serving as its official auction house of game-worn jersey's and memorabilia. As the first official auction of game worn Steelers jerseys, "The Pittsburgh Steelers Archive of Exceptional Jerseys" is headlining the Winter Auction. The auction closes on Friday, March 17.
A portion of the sales from the jerseys will be donated to the Chuck Noll foundation. The foundation debuted in November and supports research and education regarding brain injuries and treatment of sports-related concussions.
Additional items up for bid at the Winter Auction include: a Roberto Clemente 1960 World Series game-used bat, Secretariat owner Penny Chenery Tweedy's dress that she wore to the horse's Belmont and Preakness Triple Crown wins, and much more.