DALLAS — The Brooks Robinson Collection fetched more than $1.44 million during an overall Heritage Auctions three-day sale that realized almost $12 million. The Robinson portion of the sale will benefit a variety of charities that the Robinsons support. Among the top selling items were his 1964 American League MVP award, which sold for $155,350, and his world championship rings from 1966 and 1970, which sold for $131,450 and $143,400, respectively. His 1970 Gold Glove Award sold for $54,970.
Among other items that sold were:
- Gordie Howe’s game-worn Red Wings jersey for $77,635;
- Bobby Orr’s final game-worn Boston Bruins jersey for $59,750;
- Jean Beliveau’s game-worn Montreal Canadiens jersey from the early 1950s for $45,410;
- Bernie Parent’s Conn Smythe Trophy for $45,410;
- Yvan Cournoyer’s 1973 Montreal Canadiens Stanley Cup championship ring for $21,510;
- Michael Jordan’s game-worn and signed Chicago Bulls uniform for $59,750;
- Robin Yount’s game-used fielder’s glove from 1980 for $28,680; and
- A 1985 Michael Jordan pair of game-worn, signed sneakers for $26,280.