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The ball from the final out of New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter's career was auctioned off for $24,025, while the first base used during the game went for $50,050. The Boston Red Sox held a two-week auction that ended on Monday for the ball that Jeter hit to Red Sox shortstop Jemile Weeks on Sept. 28

By SI Wire
December 16, 2014

The ball from the final out of New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter's career was auctioned off for $24,025, while the first base used during the game went for $50,050, Rich Mueller of SportsCollectorsDaily.com reports.

The Boston Red Sox held a two-week auction that ended on Monday for the ball that Jeter hit to Red Sox shortstop Jemile Weeks on Sept. 28

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Jeter finished his 20-year career with a .310 batting average, 260 home runs, 1,311 RBI, 358 steals and five World Series titles.

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