Aaron’s Decide’s historic season landed him a $360 million contract from the Yankees.
His record-setting 62nd residence run ball bought for $1.5 million after the prized memorabilia was provided by Goldin Auctions in bidding that closed Saturday evening.
Cory Youmans, who caught the ball within the left-field seats at Globe Life Area in Arlington, Texas, turned down a non-public supply of $3 million for the ball final month.
Mark McGwire’s seventieth residence run ball from 1998 was bought to comedian ebook artist and author Todd McFarlane for $3.05 million, making it the costliest ball ever.
Decide set the American League report of 62 residence runs on Oct. 4 in Texas, surpassing Roger Maris’ 61-year-old mark of 61 in 1961.