Auction features game-used Ted Williams jersey, Willie Mays bat

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The latest sports memorabilia auction on has some pretty nice items for die-hard baseball fans who enjoy historic collectibles.

Such as ...

Yeah, that was worn during game play by one of baseball's greatest hitters ever, none other than Ted Williams. He wore it during the 1954 and 1955 seasons. It's autographed (see the right leg of the pants and the neck area of the shirt). The auction closes July 25 and the current bid is a cool $40,262.75. Any diehard Splendid Splinter fans out there ready to spend more? Get in on the bidding by clicking here.

Or maybe a bat that was used by Willie Mays in his first 50-plus homer season, 1955?

There it is. The current bid is $9,743.58 (click here to get in on the action).

As usual with the Lelands baseball collection, there is much more, hop on over to to see the following and more:

A Yankees baseball Volkswagen Beetle

•A Hank Aaron game-used glove

A baseball autographed by both Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig

A letter written by Cy Young in which he details the best hitters he ever faced

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