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Probstein Announces Aaron Judge Home Run Ball Bounties

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One of the top eBay card and memorabilia consigner's, Rick Probstein has announced some pretty pricey bounties for Aaron Judge home run balls. In fact, a total of $550,000 worth.

He is currently offering $100,000 for homerun ball #61, $200,000 for #62 and a whopping $250,000 for whatever number home run ball Aaron Judge finishes his Yankee season with.

I bet the guy who caught #60 this week and returned it to Aaron Judge is really kicking himself in the butt right now.

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