The jersey worn by Steph Curry on the night the Golden State Warriors received their 2022 NBA championship rings is on the market.
NBA Auctions is offering Curry’s white Association Edition jersey from the Warriors’ 123-109 Opening Night victory over the Los Angeles Lakers on October 18 at Chase Center in San Francisco.
The Warriors received their championship rings from lasts season in a pregame ceremony, celebrating the franchise’s fourth title in eight years.
Curry played 32 minutes and registered a game-high 33 points with 7 assists, 6 rebounds, a team-high 4 steals and 1 blocked shot.
The Baseball Hall of Fame has some new game-used memorabilia from the 2022 postseason in its Autumn Glory exhibit.
Following the Houston Astros’ World Series-clinching win on Nov. 5, the Museum acquired several artifacts for display from the team including:
- Jersey worn by World Series MVP Jeremy Peña during Game 1
- Game 2 jersey, wristbands and box of toothpicks from Astros manager Dusty Baker
- Glove used by outfielder Chas McCormick when he made a game-saving catch in Game 5
- Spikes worn by starting pitcher Justin Verlander in Game 5 when he won his first career World Series start
- Spikes worn by closer Ryan Pressly when he closed out the clinching Game 6
- Ball thrown by Cristian Javier from Game 4 combined no-hitter and signed by all four Astros pitchers as well as catcher Christian Vázquez
- Scorecard kept by Hall of Famer and FOX broadcaster John Smoltz during Game 4 combined no-hitter
Additional artifacts from the 2022 postseason that will be part of Autumn Glory include:
- A batting helmet worn by NLCS MVP Bryce Harper of the Phillies during various postseason games including the Wild Card, Division, Championship and World Series
- The bat used by Alec Bohm of the Phillies in Game 3 of the World Series when he hit the 1,000thhome run in Fall Classic history
The 2022 World Series exhibit in Autumn Glory will be on display through the conclusion of the 2023 Major League Baseball postseason.
There were plenty of historic items for MLB to keep track of in 2022.
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