Lancaster County Sports Hall of Fame will hold its first auction of sports memorabilia and other items at 10 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 12, at Boltz Auctions, 3601 Columbia Ave., Lancaster, Pa.
Preview will be Friday, Nov. 11, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Boltz building.
Online bidding will open before Nov. 12 at https://boltzauctions.hibid.com/catalog/391013/huge-collection-of-sports-memorabilia-live-and-online/?force=True
Here are items we already have slated for auction. More will be added.
Anyone interested in donating items may contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
1. Autographed footballs of Franco Harris Pittsburgh Steelers.
2. Autographed footballs of Fred Biletnikoff Oakland Raiders.
3. Autographed photos 8-by-10 of Fred Biletnikoff Oakland Raiders.
4. Autographed photos 8-by-10 of Joe Greene Pittsburgh Steelers
5. Autographed photo 8-by-10 Franco Harris Pittsburgh Steelers. This photo is of the Immaculate Reception Dec. 23, 1972, against Oakland Raiders.
6. Autographed 8-by-10 photos of wide receiver Tim Brown Oakland Raiders.
7. Not autographed 8-by-10 photos of Franco Harris immaculate reception
8. Autographed 8-by-10 photo of Fran Tarkenton Minnesota Vikings.
9. Autographed 8-by-10 photo of Rod Woodson Pittsburgh Steelers.
10. Autographed football of Ron Jaworski Philadelphia Eagles.
11. Autographed football of Doug Dennison Dallas Cowboys. McCaskey High school graduate.
12. Autographed football of Matt Nagy Chicago Bears. Manheim Central graduate.
13. Team 8-by-10 photo of the 1977 champion Dallas Cowboys autographed by McCaskey's Doug Dennison
14. Autographed 8-by-10 photo of Jim Kelly Buffalo Bills.
15. Autographed baseball of Jim Weaver, McCaskey, with inscription of the baseball "I gave up Reggie Jackson's first home run in the major leagues."
16. Autographed baseball of Mike Sarbaugh, Donegal High School, coach Cleveland Guardians.
17. Autographed baseball of Travis Jankowski, Lancaster Catholic High School, New York Mets,
18. Autographed baseball of Cam Gallagher, Manheim Township High School, Kansas City Royals.
19. Autographed footballs of Dan Kreider Pittsburgh Steelers. Manheim Central High School.
20. A poster of Philadelphia Athletics Historical Society Reunion, Bensalem, Pa., autographed by A's players Ferris Fain, who won two batting titles; Bobby Shantz, 1952 American League MVP; Al Brancato; Pete Suder; Lou Brissie; Irv Hall; Eddie Joost; Elmer Valo; and Joe Astroth.
21. Basketball autographed by Glenn Robinson, Franklin & Marshall College. Most wins in Division III basketball.
22. Autographed football card of Gino Marchetti Baltimore Colts.
23. Wheaties box autographed by MVP 1987 World Series pitcher Frank Viola.
24. Autographed photos of Bobby Shantz Philadelphia A's.
25. Autographed baseball hat of Steve Strickler, golfer. Captain of the U.S. Ryder Cup championship team.
26. Autographed football of Minnesota Viking HOF 2010 defensive tackle John Randle. He played in the NFL 1990-2003 and was a 6-time first team All-Pro and a 7-time Pro Bowl selection.
27. Autographed Philadelphia Eagles mini-helmet defensive tackle Hollis Thomas, who played for the Eagles 1996-2006 and in the NFL from 1996-2009.
28. Autograph basketball Yvonne Kauffman, women's basketball coach Elizabethtown College 689 wins and two Division III National Championships.
29. Uncatered 25-person suite for a Barnstormers baseball game at Clipper Magazine Stadium valid for the 2023 regular season only.
30. 16-by-21 photo autographed by Philadelphia Eagles receiver Riley Cooper. He played for the Eagles 2010-2015,
31. Autographed 8-by-10 photo of New York Giants running back Tiki Barber. He played for the Giants 1997-2006 and during his career scored 67 touchdowns.
32. Autographed 8-by-10 photo of Philadelphia Phillies Robin Roberts. Inducted HOF 1976, won 286 games.
33. 4-by-6 autographed photos of Lampeter-Strasburg lineman Matt Feiler. Played for the Steelers 2015 to 2020 and now with the Los Angeles Chargers.
34. Autographed photo Philadelphia Eagles HOF 1967 Linebacker Chuck Bednarik. Played on two Eagles Championship teams 1948 and 1960.
35. June 30, 2001, Baltimore Sun newspaper "Ripken to Retire," and Oct. 7, 2001, Commemorative Edition of Cal Ripken's last game.
36. Autographed Minnesota Vikings football Quarterback Tommy Kramer and running back Ricky Young. Kramer during his career threw for 159 touchdowns and 24,777 yards and Ricky Young led the NFL in receiving in 1978 with 88 and during his career scored 39 touchdowns.
37. Autographed 8-by-10 photo of golfer Betsy King. During her career had 34 PGA wins.
38. Autographed 8-by-10 photo of gymnast Olga Korbut, who won four gold and two silver medals for Russia in the 1972 and 1976 Olympics.
39. Autographed 8-by-10 photo of HOF pitcher Juan Marichal San Francisco Giants. Won 243 games in his career
40. Autographed photo of Enos "Country" Slaughter, St louis Cardinals. HOF in 1985 and won four World Series rings, two with the Cardinals and two with the New York Yankees,
41. Feb. 2012 York Sports Night program with autographs: Jay Johnstone, played MLB 1966-1985 and with Phillies 1974-1978. He won World Series rings with Dodgers and the Yankees, Olga Korbut, Russia gymnast won gold medals in 1972, and 1976 Olympics, Paul Blair, Baltimore Orioles won World Series rings 1966 Orioles and 1970 Yankees, Lydell Mitchell, Baltimore Colts NFL 1972-1980, and a first team All-American at Penn State, Mike Curtis, linebacker Baltimore Colts 1965-1976. Mike won a Super Bowl V ring in 16-13 win over Dallas Cowboys.
42. York Sports Night program dated Feb. 6, 2014, with autographs: Jim Bunning Phillies HOF 1996, who won 224 games and pitched no-hitters in both the American League and the National League. He pitched a perfect game on Father's Day June 21,1964, against the New York Mets. Charley Taylor HOF 1984 wide receiver Washington Redskins. He won three Super Bowl rings with the Redskins XVII, XXII, XXVI. Bruce Arians coach of the Super Bowl LV Champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He also won a Super Bowl ring as an assistant coach with the Steelers in XL and XLII, Randy Edsall, former coach U of Connecticut who won a Big East Championship with the Huskies in 2007. A.Q.Shipley, All-American at Penn State, who played 12 seasons in the NFL and won a Super Bowl ring as a coach with Tampa Bay.
43. York Sports Night program Feb. 5, 2015, autographed by the following: John Hannah, All-American at Alabama who coach Bear Bryant said was the greatest lineman he ever coached. John also played for the Patriots 1973-1985 and inducted into the Pro HOF in 1991, Relief pitcher Lee Smith, who had 486 saves and inducted into HOF in 2019, Halfback Mike Guman, former Penn State player who is best remembered by college fans being on the receiving end of a goal line hit by Alabama linebacker Barry Kraus in the National Championship game in the Sugar Bowl Jan, 1, 1979, a 14-7 loss to Alabama. Mike played in the NFL with the Los Angeles Rams 1980-1989. Golfer Betsy King who won 34 LPGA tournaments and was inducted into the World Golf HOF in 1995.
44. York Sports Night program dated April 4, 2019, and autographed by the following: Andre Dawson, played in MLB 1976-1996 and hit 438 home runs and inducted into the HOF in 2010. Ray Guy, Oakland Raiders punter, who was the first punter to be drafted in the first round and won Super Bowl Rings with the Raiders XI, XV, XVII, and was inducted into the HOF in 2014, Halfback Tom Matte Baltimore Colts who played 12 years with the Colts. He played in two Super Bowls III, a 16-7 loss to Joe Namath and the New York Jets, and Super Bowl V, 16-13 win over the Cowboys. Professional boxer Pernell "Sweet Pea" Whitaker, who won a gold medal at the 1984 Olympics and is a former World Champion inducted into the boxing HOF in 2007.
45. Autographed Brian Dawkins Philadelphia Eagles mini-helmet, inducted into HOF in 2018.
46. Autographed Jalen Mills Philadelphia Eagles mini-helmet. Jalen played for the Eagles 2016-2010 and is a former Al-American at LSU.
47. Autographed bobblehead Kris Jenkins, Villanova Wildcats. He is best known for hitting the buzzer beating three-pointer against North Carolina in the 2016 National Championship game.
48. Golf ball autographed by Jim Furyk at the Saucon Valley Country Club June 2022. A Manheim Twp. graduate, he won the U.S. Open in 2003, and was the first golfer to shoot 58 in a PGA Tournament.
49. Autographed San Francisco Giants jersey Orlando Cepeda. Inducted HOF 1997, and World Series champion 1967 Cardinals.
50. Autographed Matt Ryan quarterback Atlanta Falcons jersey. Played for the Falcons 2008-2021 and has thrown for 367 touchdowns, with COA
51. Autographed All-star jersey Baltimore Orioles relief pitcher Jim Johnson. who pitched for the Orioles 2006-2013 and was a member of the 2012 American League All-Star team. Jim is the first American League relief pitcher to record back-to-back seasons of 50 saves or more, Jersey has authentication Hologram #EK244100 and autographed during the 2012 All-Star work out day for baseball assistance team.
52. Autographed Lenny Moore Baltimore Colts USDA Custom Jersey with inscriptions HOF JSACOA
53. Autographed 8-by-10 photo San Francisco Giants Orlando Cepeda JSA/COA
54. Autographed 8-by-10 photo Eddie Sawyer, manager of the 1950 National League Champion Philadelphia Phillies "Whiz Kids." JSA/COA
55. Autographed Mike Schmidt Phillies 11/17 MAB poster with JSA/COA.
56. Autographed Robin Roberts Phillies HOF pitcher magazine with JSA/COA.
57. Autographed Bobby Doerr Boston Red Sox 2015 "The Art of Baseball Cards" certified by JSA.
58. 1954 New York Giants baseball yearbook with damage on the back. The Giants won 1954 World Series, sweeping the Cleveland Indians in four games.
59. Autographed Enos Slaughter New York Yankees card with COA.
60. Autographed Topps #400 Warren Spahn Milwaukee Braves Card with 363 wins. COA
61. Autographed Greg Luzinski Phillies rookie card with COA
62. Autographed Ernie Banks Chicago Cubs Lindmark Gum Cubs sticker with COA
63. Autographed Jack Ham Steelers 1988 Swell Card with COA.
64. Autographed Chuck Bednarik Philadelphia Eagles autographed TCMA Card with COA.
65. Autographed Steve Carlton Philadelphia Phillies 1975 Topps baseball strikeout leaders card with COA.
66. Autographed Nolan Ryan Los Angeles Angels team issued card with COA.
67. Autographed 8-by-10 photo HOF pitcher Warren Spahn Milwaukee Braves with JSA COA.
68. Autographed 8-by-10 Photo HOF outfielder Monte Irvin New York Giants with JSA/COA,
69. Autographed 8-by-10 photo HOF third baseman Eddie Mathews Milwaukee Braves with JSA/COA
70. Autographed 8-by-10 photo outfielder Duke Snider Brooklyn/Los Angeles Dodgers with JSA/COA.
71. Autographed Kyle Korver Philadelphia 76ers full-size NBA Spalding basketball in Ultra Pro Cube Display with a COA.
72 Autographed Brooks Robinson Orioles 1988 Pacific trading cards #3 Legends with COA.
73. Penn State 1994 "That Perfect Season" Hard Bound Special Collector's Edition from Sports Illustrated. 12-0, beat Oregon 38-20 in the Rose Bowl
74. Ron Jaworski Philadelphia Eagles autographed football.
75. Autographed bat New York Yankees HOF 1997 pitcher Phil Niekro.
76. Autographed Brooks Robinson Baltimore Orioles HOF 1983 bat
77. Autographed St Louis Rams jersey HOF Marshall Faulk
78. Autographed Dallas Cowboys jersey Tony Dorsett with inscription HOF 94
79. Autographed Golden State Warriors Jersey Tim Hardway with COA
80. Autographed Philadelphia Eagles mini-helmet of defensive tackle Holllis Thomas, who played for the Eagles 1996-2006, and also autographed by wide receiver Irving Fryar, who played for the Eagles 1996-1998. Irving played in the NFL 1984-2000 and in 1984 was the first pick in the 1984 draft by the New England Patriots. He was a 5-time pro bowl selection and scored a touchdown with the Patriots in Super Bowl XX, a 46-10 loss to the Chicago Bears. During his career he had 12.785 receptions for 84 touchdowns.
81. 1963 American League Red Book. This Red Book was used by Major League Baseball to cover season stats. These Red Books ceased in 2008.
82. Life Magazine dated Oct. 23, 1970. On the cover is Muhammad Ali. On Oct. 26, 1970, Ali fought and knocked out Jerry Quarry. This fight is considered particularly notable because it was the first time Ali was boxing after his suspension from boxing for not going into the Army.
83. Life Magazine dated Nov. 3, 1972. On the cover New York Jets Quarterback Joe Namath.
84. Autographed June 1971 Sport Magazine, John "Boog" Powell Baltimore Orioles. He played for Orioles 1961-1974 and was a member of the World Champion 1966 and 1970 Orioles.
85. Autographed May 1959 Boxing and Wrestling Magazine, former Heavyweight Champion Floyd Patterson with COA, Floyd was the youngest man to win the World Heavyweight Championship at age 21 and also the first boxer to regain the title. He won a gold medal in the 1952 Olympics as a Middleweight. His last fight was in November 1965 when Muhammad Ali knocked him out in the 12th round.
86. Autographed program Oldtimers 15th anniversary banquet Nov. 8,1978, Alpine Inn, Springfield, Pa. This program autographed by Philadelphia Eagles Linebacker Chuck Bednarik, Phillies "Whiz Kids" catcher Stan Lopata, and Philadelphia Flyers player Ed Van Impe, member of the 1974 and 1975 Stanley Cup Champion Flyers.
87. The Gold Standard Program celebrating 104 years of United States Olympic Gold Medal Wrestling Champions. This program autographed by the following Olympic Champions: Wayne Wells 1972, Dan Gable 1972, John Smith 1988 and 1992, 1988 Kenny Monday and current Penn State Wrestling coach Cael Sanderson.
88. Sports Illustrated dated December 24, 1990, on the cover is Sportsman of the year 49ers Quarterback Joe Montana. an NFL card of Joe Montana, and also an invitation to attend on January 23, 2003, a Super Bowl XXXVII party by Motorola. This invitation is autographed by Joe Montana. 49ers won this Super Bowl XXXVII 48-21 over Tampa Bay.
89. Autographed 8-by-10 photo San Francisco #97 Nick Bosa. In his rookie year 2019 he was the defensive rookie of the year.
90. Autographed 8-by-10 photo San Francisco #85 tight end George Kittle.
91. Autographed 8-by-10 photo New York Giants defensive tackle Jay Alford. This photo shows Jay celebrating his sack of Tom Brady with less than one minute remaining in the game. The Giants went on shock the previously unbeaten New England Patriots 17-14.
92. A box of 12 Wilson Golf balls.
93. Autographed baseball relief pitcher Steve Bedrosian. Steve pitched 1981-1996 in the major leagues. He pitched for the Phillies from 1986-1989, and in 1987 with the Phillies won the National League Cy Young Award with an ERA of 2.83 and 40 saves.
94. 28-by-35 framed print of Hall of Fame shortstop Honus Wagner of the Pittsburgh Pirates. He was inducted into the baseball Hall of Fame in 1936.
95. Two autographed baseballs: Relief Pitcher Gene Garber, who pitched in the Major Leagues 1969-1988 with 218 saves and a win-loss record of 96-113. Both of these balls have inscription "I ended Pete Rose 44 game hitting streak 8-1-78." Gene is a graduate of Elizabethtown High School
96. Autographed photos with COA of Ike Williams, Lightweight World Boxing Champion who boxed from 1945 to 1951, and heavyweight Gerald Cooney, who fought title fights in 1982 and 1987. During his career both Larry Holmes and George Foreman knocked him out.
97. Two autographed cards Wrestling heavyweight Bruce Baumgartner, who is considered among the best American wrestlers of all time. A three-time NCAA National Champion, he wrestled in the Olympics in 1984, 1988, 1992 and 1996. He won gold medals in 1984 and 1992 and silver in 1988 and bronze in 1996.
98. Framed photo 9-by-11 not autographed of HOF players Babe Ruth, Ted Williams, Mike Schmidt, Hank Aaron, Stan Musial, Frank Robinson, Willie Mays and many others.
99. Autographed baseball of Phillies players Greg Luzinski, Mariano Duncan, Bruce Ruffin, Terry Harmon, Dave Hollins, Kevin Stocker and more. Plus Phillies 2005 game ticket vs Washington autographed by Greg Luzinski and Phillies XXL long sleeve jersey and a 1949 Philadelphia A's vs Cleveland Indians program. In 1949 HOF Nellie Fox and Bobby Shantz were members of the 1949 A's team.
100. Two wooden plaques of Vince Lombardi's famous quotes.
101. Philadelphia Phillies 1989 and 1990 media guides, book on Phillies baseball cards from 1952-1986,1984 team photo and card pack 20 Phillies John Kruk, Darren Daulton, Lenny Dykstra, etc., ten 9-by-11 posters of 2003-2004 key players Jim Thome, Pat Burrell, Jimmy Rollins, Bobby Abreu, etc., and a Harry Kalas statue dedication post cards (variety of 15 cards and a Phillies golf shirt XXL.
102. Philadelphia Phillies items consisting of Richie Ashburn commemorative HOF 1995 photo, 14 9-by-11 posters of 2004 players Jim Thome, Jimmy Rollins, Pat Burrell, Billy Wagner, etc., Topps baseball card of Phillies 2008 World Series championship team and a Phillies XL shirt.
103. Three baseball books, one baseball HOF yearbook class of '95 inductees Richie Ashburn, Mike Schmidt, Leon Day, William Hubert, & Vic Willis, Major League Baseball program for the 1996 All-Star Game in Philadelphia, 2014 National Baseball Hall of Fame yearbook class of 2014 Tom Glavine, Greg Maddox, Frank Thomas, which also includes highlights of 300 HOF inductees.
104. Eagles memorabilia: 1984 Eagles team photo, Roman Gabriel glossy photo, nineteen 9-by-11 posters of 2003, 2004, 2005 key players Randall Cunningham, Donovan McNabb. Duce Staley, Terrell Owens, Brian Westbrook, 1996 Eagles magazine feature article on Bob Brown NFL best offensive tackle.
105. Phillies memorabilia 1997, 1998, 1999, 2017 Phillies Game Day Scorecards, printed line-up cards including Pete Rose, Manny Trillo, Mike Schmidt, Greg Luzinski, Steve Carlton etc., 1985, 1988, 2017 Phillies calendars 8.5-by-11 with player photos, Phillies World Series supplements Lancaster Newspapers and Philadelphia Newspapers and a Phillies T-shirt 2XL Logo name Chase Utley.
106. Philadelphia Phillies memorabilia collection of 14 game day magazines 1978 to 2002, a Pat Burrell 30" Louisville Slugger Baseball Bat, Phillies souvenir batting helmet is perfect for game day trips to Citizen's Bank Park, Phillies T-shirt extra-large, Phillies adjustable visor hat.
107. Phillies memorabilia, 12 Phillies yearbooks from 1971 to 2002 includes Mike Schmidt rookie season 1972, Pat Burrell 30" model Louisville Slugger baseball bat, Phillies T-shirt 2XL Cliff Lee, Phillies visor hat.
108. 8 1/2 by 11 photo Who's Best in Sports in 1961 produced by the editors of Sports Illustrated. On this photo 1961 athletes Oscar Robertson, Mickey Mantle, Don Drysdale, Jim Brown, Oscar Robertson, Tommy McDonald. The photo is autographed by Eagles HOF 1988 receiver Tommy McDonald, who besides autographing this photo has autographed HOF 1998 on another sheet with all statistics.
109. Autographed Baltimore Orioles Jersey #37 John Shelby. This jersey has a patch World Series 25th Champs Anniversary. John played for the Orioles from 1981 to 1991 and won World Series rings with the 1983 Orioles and the 1988 L.A. Dodgers.
110. This Kansas City Monarchs uniform shirt and trousers was worn by the Kansas City Royals team against the Baltimore Orioles on July 31, 2010, in a game to "Salute to the Negro Leagues". The Orioles on this same day wore Baltimore Elite Giants uniforms. This uniform was worn and autographed by Kansas City Royals #41 pitcher Brian Bullington. The Monarchs were charter members of the Negro League in 1920. They disbanded in 1965. Some of the former players of the Monarchs were Ernie Banks, Cool Papa Bell, Satchell Paige, Jackie Robinson. COA
111. This Baltimore Elite Giants complete uniform with a belt was worn by the Baltimore Orioles on a game played against the Kansas City Royals July 31, 2010. The Royals in this game wore Kansas City Monarchs uniforms. This uniform is autographed by #38 Coach John Shelby of the Baltimore Orioles. The Baltimore Elite Giants played in Baltimore 1937-1951. Former members of the Elite Giants were Jim "Junior" Gilliam Dodgers, pitcher Joe Black and HOF Brooklyn Dodgers catcher Roy Campanella. COA
112. Notre Dame extra-large jacket
113. Large Georgia Bulldogs new long sleeve casual shirt
114. Medium New York Yankees shirt
115. 22-by-28 framed print of New York Yankees Lou Gehrig
116. 26-by-38 framed print of New York Yankees Lou Gehrig
117. Autographed sheet of Upper Deck Heroes of Baseball, July 5-9 Phillies 1996 All-Star Game signed by Phillies pitcher Larry Christensen "LC", who pitched for the Phillies 1973-1983 and had a lifetime record of 83-71. Larry also was a member of the 1980 World Champion Phillies. His best year pitching was in 1977 when he won 19 games for the Phillies. Also an autographed ticket to the Phillies-Giants game June 2, 2005. He signed this when he was in the baseball booth announcing a game with Harry Kalas
118. Brooks Robinson Baltimore Orioles bobblehead. He played 23 seasons with the Orioles 1955-1977. The longest career spent with a single team in the history of Major League Baseball. Brooks was inducted into the baseball HOF in 1983.
119. An 8-by-10 autographed plaque with a COA of basketball player Oscar Robertson "The Big O" played in the NBA 1960-1974 and scored 26,710 points during his career and averaged 25.7 points per game. Played for the Cincinnati Royals 1960-1970, and Milwaukee Bucks 1970-1974. Won an NBA Championship in 1971 with the Bucks and was inducted into the NBA HOF in 1980.
120. 6-by-9 autographed Wally Walker PortlandTrailblazers 1977 photo. Wally played in the NBA 1976-1984 and with Portland 1976-1977, Seattle 1977-1982 and Houston Rockets 1982-1984. Played his college basketball at University of Virginia and in 1976 was MVP of the ACC Tournament. Wally won NBA Championships 1977 with Portland and 1979 with Seattle. He was an all-state player at Penn Manor and led the Comets to back-to-back county championships. Is the 1986 George Kirchner Award winner and 2014 J,. Freeland Chryst award winner with induction into Lancaster County Sports Hall of Fame.
121. 8-by-10 autographed Wally Walker Portland Trailblazers 1977 photo. Wally played in the NBA 1976-1984 and with Portland 1976-1977, Seattle 1977-1982 and Houston Rockets 1982-1984. Played his college basketball at University of Virginia and in 1976 was MVP of the ACC Tournament. Wally won NBA Championships 1977 with Portland and 1979 with Seattle. He was an all-state player at Penn Manor and led the Comets to back-to-back county championships. Is the 1986 George Kirchner Award winner and 2014 J, Freeland Chryst award winner with induction into Lancaster County Sports Hall of Fame.
122. Autograph baseball Phillies relief pitcher Larry Anderson, who pitched in the Major Leagues 1975-1994 and with the Phillies in 1983-1986, and 1993-1994. His lifetime win-loss record is 40-39. He replaced Richie Ashburn in the booth as a Phillies announcer when Richie passed away.
123. Anthony Santander outfielder Baltimore Orioles 8-by-10 autographed photo. He has been with the Orioles since 2017 and has hit more than 65 home runs. In mid-2022 he has 15 home runs and 43 runs batted in.
124. Cedric Mullins centerfielder for the Baltimore Orioles 8-by-10 autographed photo. Cedric has been with the. Orioles since 2018, and in 2021 was the starting centerfielder in the 2021 All-Star game. Also in 2021 was the first Baltimore Orioles player to hit 30 home runs and steal 30 bases in a season since the franchise moved from St. Louis in 1954. He finished 9th in the 2021 vote for American League MVP and received his first Silver Slugger award
125. Ryan Mountcastle Baltimore Orioles autographed baseball. Ryan has been with the Orioles since 2020. In 2021 his batting average was .255 with 33 home runs and 89 runs batted in. This is the most home runs for an Oriole rookie in one season.
126. Autographed Raymond Berry football, split end for the Baltimore Colts, with JSA certification. He played for the Colts 1955-1967 and was a member of the Colts 1958 and 1959 championship teams. In the 1958 NFL Championship game known as "the greatest game ever played" he caught 12 passes for 178 years and scored one touchdown in the Colts 21-17 overtime win over the New York Giants. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1973.
127. Pro Football Hall of Fame Canton, Ohio, mini-helmet singed in August 2022 at the Pro Football Hall of Fame induction. Autographs on helmet: Franco Harris Pittsburgh Steelers HOF 1994, Michael Haynes New England Patriots/Oakland Raiders HOF 1997, Fred Biletnikoff Oakland Raiders HOF 1988, Art Shell Oakland Raiders HOF 1989, Ron Mix San Diego/Los Angeles Chargers HOF 1979, Ted Hendricks Baltimore Colts/Oakland Raiders HOF 1990, Emmitt Thomas Kansas City Chiefs HOF 2008, Jim Pluckett of Patriots, 49ers and the Raiders and Mark van Eegehan Oakland Raiders.
128 Oakland Raiders mini-helmet by 14 Oakland Raiders players at the Pro Football Hall Of Fame in Canton. Ohio, in August 2022. They include Reggie Kinlaw, Rod Martin, Mark Van Eegehan, Mike Siani, Morris Bradshaw, Gus Otto and H Rod Martin.
129. A 12-by-13 framed picture of Georgia Tech beating Nebraska 45-21 in the Florida Citrus Bowl. This win gave Georgia Tech the UPI National Championship. This game was played in Orlando, Fla., Jan. 1, 1991. The Yellowjackets, coached by Bobby Ross, ended the season with a 11-0-1 record.
130. 4 autographed baseballs of outfielder Chris Heisey, who played high school baseball at Donegal and college at Messiah. Chris played in the major leagues 2010-2017. He played for the Cincinnati Reds, 2010-2014; L. A. Dodgers, 2015; and the Washington Nationals, 2016-2017. Lifetime he batted .238 with 62 home runs and 178 runs batted in. In 2010 he and Matt Stairs led the National League in pinch hit home runs with four.
131. Ron Jaworski Philadelphia Eagles autographed mini-helmet.
132. 11-by-31 framed collage, not autographed, of New York Giants football players #88 Evan Engram, #15 Golden Tate, #8 Daniel Jones, #26 Saquon Barkley, #21 Jabrill Peppers and #52 Devante Downs.
133. Hockey stick autographed by 1987 hockey Hall of Famer Bobby Clarke. Bobby was the captain of the Philadelphia Flyers team from 1973-1979, winning the Stanley Cup in 1974 and 1975.
134. Autographed cards Dan Fouts, quarterback San Diego, HOF 1993, Rob Blake, Los Angeles Kings rookie card, won a Stanley Cup in 2011 with Colorado Avalanche, Eric Dickerson, Los Angeles Rams HOF 1999, Lenny Wilkins, Seattle Supersonics inscription HOF 89, 98, 10, inducted into the Pro HOF as a player in 1989, assistant coach of the 1992 Olympic Dream Team in 1918, and 2010 as coach, Rich "Goose" Gossage baseball HOF in 2008.
135. Autographed cards Calvin Murphy, Houston Rockets with inscription HOF 93, Michel Goulet,played in the NHL from 1978-1994 and inscription on the card HOF 98, Andre Dawson, Montreal Expos inducted into the baseball HOF in 2010, was 1977 rookie of the year and hit 438 home runs, Bobby Jones, Philadelphia 76ers and member of the 1973 NBA champion 76ers, inducted into Pro Basketball HOF in 2019, Charlie Joiner, San Diego Chargers wide receiver who scored 65 touchdowns during his career, with inscription HOF 96.
136. Autographed cards Wade Boggs, Boston Red Sox, lifetime he hit .328 with 3,010 hits, inducted into the Baseball HOF in 2000, Dick LeBeau, Detroit Lions cornerback 1959-1972, known as one of the greatest defensive coordinators in league history, Won Super Bowl rings with the Steelers as a coach in Super Bowls XL and XLIII, inscription on his card HOF 2010, Adrian Dantley, Utah Jazz during his NBA career averaged 24.3 points per game, inscription on his card HOF 2008 and ROY 76-77, Robert Parish, Boston Celtics, 4-time NBA champion with the Celtics 1981, 1984, 1986, and 1997, inducted into HOF 2003, Dick Vitale "Dickie V", well known for his 41 years tenure as a college basketball announcer, inducted into both the Pro and College Basketball HOF's.
137. Autographed cards Jackie Smith, St Louis Cardinals tight end who played for the Cardinals 1963-1977 and a 5-time pro bowl selection, inscription is HOF 94, Bill Barber, Philadelphia Flyers, who was a member of the 1974 and 75 Stanley Cup champion Flyers, inducted into the Hockey HOF in 1990, Gail Goodrich, Los Angeles Lakers and during his career averaged 18.6 points per game and in 1972 won an NBA Championship with the Lakers, inducted into the Pro basketball HOF in 1996, Harry Carson, New York Giants linebacker, who played for the Giants 1976-1988 and a Super Bowl Champion XXI for the Giants, was inducted into the Pro Football HOF in 2006, Tom Mack, guard for the Los Angeles Rams, who he played for 1966-1978 and a 11-time Pro Bowl selection, inscription on his card HOF 99, Jim Palmer, pitcher Baltimore Orioles from 1965 to 1984 with win-loss record of 268-152, inducted into the baseball HOF in 1990.
138. A March 1954 Sport Magazine with New York Yankees Manager Casey Stengel on cover. He managed the Yankees from 1949-1960. He won seven World Series Championships with the Yankees, and was inducted into Baseball HOF in 1966.
139. A New York Yankees 1991 scorebook and souvenir program. On the cover is Joe Dimaggio. This program is the 50th Anniversary of his 1941 56-game hitting streak, a record expected to never be broken.
140. Magazine September 1959 Great Moments in Sports. This magazine was published quarterly. On the cover is Boston Red Sox Ted Williams. Also an April 16, 1990, Sports Illustrated with Ted Williams on the cover.
141. A 1964 magazine published by JKW Sports, This magazine has exclusive life stories and over 200 career photographs of #5 Joe Dimaggio, and #9 Ted Williams.
142. 8 1/2- by-11 team photo of the 1974 Dallas Cowboys football team. This photo is autographed by #21 running back Doug Dennison of the Cowboys. Doug played his high school football at McCaskey and college at Kutztown. He played for the Cowboys 1974-1978 and during his career rushed for 1,112 yards and scored 19 touchdowns. He also played one year for the Cleveland Browns and two years in USFL for the Chicago and Arizona Blitz. The 1984 Cowboys had an 8-6 record. Doug was inducted in 2017 into the Lancaster County Sports Hall of Fame.
143. 8 1/2- by-11 Team photo of the 1975 Dallas Cowboys football team. This photo is autographed by #21 running back Doug Dennison of the Cowboys. Doug played his high school football at McCaskey and college at Kutztown. He played for the Cowboys 1974-1978 and during his career rushed for 1,112 and scored 19 touchdowns. He also played one year for the Cleveland Browns and two years in the USFL for the Chicago and Arizona Blitz. The 1985 Cowboys had a record of 10-4 and lost to the Steelers in Super Bowl X 21-17. Doug was inducted in 2017 into the Lancaster County Sports Hall of Fame.
144. 8 1/2- by-11 Team photo of the 1976 Dallas Cowboys football team. This photo is autographed by #21 running back Doug Dennison of the Cowboys. Doug played his high school at McCaskey and college at Kutztown. He played for the Cowboys 1974-1978 and during his career rushed for 1,112 yards and scored 19 touchdowns. He also played one year for the Cleveland Browns and two years in the USFL for the Chicago and Arizona Blitz. The 1976 Cowboys had an 11-3 record but lost to L.A. Rams in the Divisional playoffs. Doug was inducted in 2017 into the Lancaster County Sports Hall of Fame.
145. 8 1/2- by-11 Team photo of the 1977 Dallas Cowboys football team. This photo is autographed by #21 Doug Dennison of the Cowboys. Doug played his high school football at McCaskey and college Kutztown. He played for the Cowboys 1974-1978 and during his career rushed for 1,112 yards and scored 19 touchdowns. He also played one year for the Cleveland Browns and two years in the USFL for the Chicago and Arizona Blitz. The 1977 Cowboys had a record of 12-2 and in Super Bowl XII beat the Denver Broncos 27-10. Doug was inducted in 2017 into the Lancaster County Sports Hall of Fame.
146. 8 1/2- by-11 Team photo of the 1978 Dallas Cowboys football team. This photo is autographed by #21 running back Doug Dennison of the Cowboys. Doug played his high school football at McCaskey and college at Kutztown. He played for the Cowboys 1974-1978 and during his career rushed for 1.112 yards and scored 19 touchdowns. He also played one year with the Cleveland Browns and two years in the USFL with the Chicago and Arizona Blitz. The 1978 Cowboys had a record of 12-4 and lost to the Steelers 35-31 in Super Bowl XIII. Doug was inducted in 2017 into the Lancaster County Sports Hall of Fame.
147. 8 1/2- by-11 autographed photo of #21 Doug Dennison of the Dallas Cowboys with inscriptions "This is what it takes", and "paying the price". Doug played his high school football at McCaskey and college at Kutztown. He played for the Cowboys 1974-1978 and during his career rushed for 1.112 yards and scored 19 touchdowns. He also played one year for the Cleveland Browns and two years in the USFL for the Chicago and Arizona Blitz. He was signed as an undrafted free agent after the 1974 draft. Doug was inducted in 2017 into the Lancaster County Sports Hall of Fame.
148. 8 1/2- by-11 autographed photo of #21 Doug Dennison of the Dallas Cowboys with the inscription "A Cowboy forever." Doug played his high school football at McCaskey and college at Kutztown. He played for the Cowboys 1974-1978 and during his career rushed for 1,112 yards and scored 19 touchdowns. He also played one year with the Cleveland Browns and two years with the Chicago/Arizona Blitz. He was signed as an undrafted free agent after the 1974 draft. Doug was inducted in 2017 into the Lancaster County Sports Hall of Fame.
149. 8-by-10 autographed photo Florida State coach Bobby Bowden. He coached the Seminoles from 1976-2009, and won a National Championship in 1993 and a BCS Championship in 1999, and for 14 consecutive seasons his teams ranked in the top five. His overall coaching record was 377-129-4.
150. 11 1/2-by-15 plaque of New York Yankees catcher #15 Thurman Munson with his career statistics. He played for the Yankees 1969-1979.
151. Adult large warmup jacket Arizona Diamondbacks.
152. Small sweatshirt Georgetown Hoyas.
153. Autographed Terry Francona baseball. Terry has been the manager for the Cleveland Indians/Guardians from 2013 to the present. Also managed the Boston Red Sox 2004-2011, and the Phillies from 1997-2000. A 2-time World Series Champion with the Red Sox 2004 and 2007, and with the Cleveland Indians was American League Manager of the year in 2012 and 2016.
154. Autographed baseball of Jeff Bianchi, who now is the hitting coach for the Lancaster Barnstorners and a Lampeter-Strasburg High School graduate. Jeff played in the Major Leagues 2012-2015 with the Milwaukee Brewers and the Boston Red Sox. During his career he hit 4 home runs and batted .215.
155. Two 1996 Penn State Limited Edition Matchbox, one 1991 Penn State Limited Edition Matchbox, and a Limited Edition Matchbox Team Collectible of the 1990 Philadelphia Phillies. Plus 2 sets of Premier Edition Amish Life and Heritage cards.
156. Pittsburgh Steelers football autographed by Dan Kreider, Manheim Central High School, University of New Hampshire. The inscription on this football is "#35 NFL 2000-2009 SBXL Champs."
157. A large New York Yankees shirt.
158. A autographed baseball by Joe Torre with a jsa number on the baseball. Joe played in the major leagues 1960-1977 and in 1971 was the MVP for the St Louis Cardinals. Lifetime he batted .297. He also was a manager 1977-2010, and managed the New York Yankees to World Series Championships in 1996,1998,1999 and 2000. He was inducted into the baseball Hall of Fame in 2014.
159. Autographed mini-helmet of Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Brandon Graham with a JSA certificate. Brandon has been with the Eagles since 2010 and a member of the Eagles Super Bowl LII championship team.
160. Autographed mini-helmet former Chicago Bears head coach Matt Nagy, who coached the Bears 2018 to 2021 and led the Bears in 2018 to a North Division title and the playoffs. He's a former Manheim Central quarterback who now is an assistant coach with the Kansas City Chiefs.
161 Aaron Nola, Phillies pitcher, autographed baseball card with a JSA certification. Aaron has been with the Phillies since 2015 and as of Aug. 19, 2022 had a pitching record of 75-58.
162. Bernie Parent, Philadelphia Flyers, 8-by-15 photo/plaque with JSA certification. Bernie played in the NHL in 1965-1979, and was the goaltender for the 1974 and '75 Flyers championship teams. Bernie was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1984.
163. Bill Barber, Philadelphia Flyers, 8-by-10 autographed photo with a JSA certification. Bill still holds Flyers regular season scoring record. He played in the NHL 1972-1984, and was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1990.
164. Bernie Parent, Philadelphia Flyers, hockey puck with a JSA certification. Bernie played in the NHL in 1965-1979, and was the goaltender for the 1974 and '75 Flyers championship teams. Bernie was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1984.
165. Jim Palmer, Baltimore Orioles, autographed Hall of Fame baseball with inscription HOF 1990. Jim spent his entire career with the Orioles and had a win-loss record of 268-152. Won World Series championships with the Orioles in 1966, 1970, and 1983.
166.New York Yankees 8 1/2-by-11 1/2 plaque with 6 baseball cards of Vic Raschi, Bobby Richardson, Whitey Ford, Hank Bauer, Billy Martin and Gil McDougald and ticket from final season at Yankee stadium dated May 25, 2008. against Seattle Mariners.
167. Jan. 1, 1983 Official Program Sugar Bowl National Championship between #1 Georgia and #2 Penn State. Penn State and Joe Paterno won their first National Championship with a 27-23 win. Curt Warner for Penn State rushed for 117 yards and scored two touchdowns, and Hershel Walker for Georgia rushed for 103 yards and scored one touchdown. The big play in the game was in the 4th quarter when Todd Blackledge threw a 47-yard touchdown pass to a diving Greg Garrity in the end zone to put Penn State up 27-17.
168. Sports Illustrated "The Perfect Season" 1994 Special Collectors Edition. On the cover are fullback Brian Milne and offensive tackle Keith Conlin. The Lions ended the season 12-0 with a 39-20 win over Oregon in the Rose Bowl, won the Big Ten Championship and ended up #2 team in the country. This team is considered the best team in the history Of Penn State football.
169. Program of the Jan. 2, 1995, Rose Bowl game between Penn State and Oregon, which the Lions won 39-20. This team won the Big Ten Championship, ended the season 12-0. and ranked the #2 in the country. It is considered the best football team in the history of Penn State football. The following players were All Americans on this team: Quarterback Kerry Collins, halfback Ki-Jana Carter, wide receiver Bobby Engram, tight end Kyle Brady and guard Jeff Hartings. Includes a photo of Tiger Woods as a 19-year-old student at Stanford attending the Rose Bowl game
170. Penn State football program dated Oct. 16, 1999, between Penn State abd Ohio State with Linebacker Lavar Arrington on the cover. Penn State won this game 23-10 and ended the season with a 10-3 record and beat Texas A & M 24-0 in the Alamo Bowl.
171. Penn State football program dated Oct. 27, 2001, versus Ohio State. Quarterback Zack Mills led Penn State to a 29-27 upset. The lions ended the season with a 5-6 record. On the cover of this magazine is tight end John Gilmour of Wilson High School, who played in the NFL from 2002 to 2010. This victory was #324 for Joe Paterno, which put him up one more victory than Alabama coach Bear Bryant.
172. Penn State football program dated Sept. 8, 2007, program vs Notre Dame. On the cover are Penn State receivers Jordon Norwood, Derrick Williams, Terrace Golden, Chris Bell, and Deon Butler. Penn State won this game 31-10 and ended the season with a 9-4 record and beat Texas A &M in the Alamo Bowl.
173. Penn State football program dated Nov. 22, 2008. Penn State beat Michigan State 49-18 and ended the season with a 11-2 record. They lost to USC 38-24 in the Rose Bowl. At end of season was ranked # 8 in the country.
#174. Penn State football program vs Northwestern Nov. 6, 2010. Penn State won this game 35-21, and on the cover are defensive linemen Eric Lattimore, Jack Crawford, Devon Still and Ollie Odgu. This was Joe Paterno's last year as the head football coach. The lions ended the season 7-6 and lost to Florida in the Outback Bowl.
#175 Penn State football program vs Illinois on Oct. 29, 2011, with a game ticket. This is the game Joe Paterno broke Coach Eddie Robinson's record for victories by a Division I coach with a 10-7 win over Illinois and win #409. The Lions ended the season with a 9-4 record and lost to Houston 30-14 in Ticket City Bowl.
176. Book by Mickey Herskowitz with Mickey Mantle featuring 10 removable reproductions of rare Mantle memorabilia. Stories and memorabilia from a lifetime with the Mick.
177. Rare The Dimaggio Albums, Joe Dimaggio New York Yankees hard cover albums, set two volumes 1932-1941 and 1942-1951. "The Yankee Clipper" played his entire career with the Yankees and still holds the record for getting a hit in 56 straight games in 1941. This record will probably never be broken! Joe was inducted into the HOF in 1955.
178. Autographed mini-helmet Oakland Raiders wide receiver Mike Siani. Mike was a All-American at Villanova University. He played in the NFL 1972-1980, and for the Oakland Raiders in1972-1977. The inscription on this mini-helmet: #49 Super Bowl XI Champs. The Raiders defeated the Minnesota Vikings 32-14.
179 Autographed 8-by-10 photo of Oakland Raiders wide receiver Mike Siani, with the inscription on the photo": #49 Super Bowl XI Champs.The Raiders defeated the Minnesota Vikings 32-14.
180. Autographed 8-by-10 photo of Oakland Raiders wide receiver Mike Siani, with the inscription on the photo": #49 Super Bowl XI Champs.The Raiders defeated the Minnesota Vikings 32-14.
181. Autographed 8-by-10 photo of Oakland Raiders wide receiver Mike Siani, with the inscription on the photo": #49 Super Bowl XI Champs.The Raiders defeated the Minnesota Vikings 32-14.
182 Autographed 8-by-10 photo of Oakland Raiders wide receiver Mike Siani, with the inscription on the photo": #49 Super Bowl XI Champs.The Raiders defeated the Minnesota Vikings 32-14.
183. Jack Nicklaus autographed scorecard from the 1986 Masters Tournament, Augusta National Golf Club Augusta, Ga. April 10-13, 1986. Jack had scores of April 10-74, April 11-71, April 12-69, and April 13-65. Jack won his record 18th Professional Major Tournament with a historic one-stroke victory over Greg Norman and Tom Kite. He shot a final round 65, with a back nine of 30, for a total score of 279. This tournament win was his 18th and final major win of his legendary career.
184. Jack Nicklaus autographed guide to the 2013 Masters April 8-14 Augusta National Golf Club, Augusta, Ga., with articles on Jack as he recalls his six Masters victories etc. The 2013 Masters Tournament was won by Adam Scott on the second hole of a sudden death playoff against Angel Cabrera. It was Scott's first majochampionship and the first time an Australian won the Masters.
185. 4 tickets for a 9-hole round of golf with a cart at Willow Valley, expires 10/2/2023.
186. A foursome of golf with carts at Media Heights Golf Club, expires 12/31/2023.
187. A foursome of golf with carts at Media Heights Golf Club, expires 12/31/2023
188. Overlook Golf Course 4 weekday greens fees.
189. Jeff Bianchi autographed Milwaukee Brewers baseball hat. Jeff now is the hitting coach for the Lancaster Barnstormers. He played his high school baseball at Lampeter Strasburg, and than signed with the Milwaukee Brewers who he played for from 2012-2014. He also played for the Boston Red Sox in 2015. Lifetime he batted .215
190. Autographed baseball of Jeff Bianchi, who now is the hitting coach for the Lancaster Barnstorners and a Lampeter-Strasburg High School graduate. Jeff played in the Major Leagues 2012-2015 with the Milwaukee Brewers and the Boston Red Sox. During his career he hit 4 home runs and batted .215.
191. Autographed Atlantic League baseball of Jeff Bianchi, who now is the hitting coach for the Lancaster Barnstorners and a Lampeter-Strasburg High School graduate. Jeff played in the Major Leagues 2012-2015 with the Milwaukee Brewers and the Boston Red Sox. During his career he hit 4 home runs and batted .215.
192.Autographed field hockey stick and two photos of Penn Manor High School field hockey player Jill Witmer. Jill played field hockey at the University of Maryland and was a member of two NCAA National Championship teams with the Terrapins. She was a 4-time All-American and 2013 ACC player of the year. Jill played for the U.S. National Team and participated in the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. In 2021, Jill received the Chryst Award and was inducted into the Lancaster County Sports Hall of Fame.
193. Autographed baseball HOF pitcher Rollie Fingers.
194. Autographed baseball by pitcher Jim Todd Oakland A's. Inscription on the baseball win/loss record 25-23, 1974-1979 and 25 saves. Jim went to high school at McCaskey and college at Millersville University. He was inducted into the Lancaster County Sports Hall of Fame.
195. Autographed baseball by second baseman Tom Herr St Louis Cardinals, who played in the major leagues 1979-1991. He played for the Cardinals 1979-1988. Tom played in the 1982, 1985, and 1987 World Series and won a World Series ring in the 1982 World Series. Lifetime batting average of .271 and was inducted into the St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame. Ball is personalized St Louis Cardinals HOF and World Series Champs 1982.
196. Autographed baseball by second baseman Tom Herr St Louis Cardinals, who played in the major leagues 1979-1991. He played for the Cardinals 1979-1988. Tom played in the 1982, 1985, and 1987 World Series and won a World Series ring in the 1982 World Series. Lifetime batting average of .271 and was inducted into the St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame. Ball is personalized St Louis Cardinals HOF and World Series Champs 1982.
197. Four football tickets for the Las Vegas Raiders at Pittsburgh Steelers game Dec. 24, 2022. The game will start at 8:15 p.m. This game is the 50th anniversary of the Oakland Raiders/Steelers game won by the Steelers on Franco Harris Immaculate reception. Tickets are in Section 504, Row LL, Seats 5, 6, 7, 8.
198. Fairview Golf Course, 2399 Quentin Road, Lebanon. Four complimentary rounds of weekday golf. Power carts not included
199. Lebanon Valley Golf Club, 240 Golf Road, Myerstown. Four complimentary passes weekdays with a cart.
200. Tree Top Golf Course, 1624 Manheim Pike. Four complimentary passes with carts.
201. Highlands of Donegal, 650 Pinkerton Road, Mount Joy. Golf certificates for a foursome does not include carts. Valid Monday-Friday or weekends after noon. Expires July 31, 2023.
202. Foxchase Golf Club, 300 Stevens Road, Stevens, four weekday green fees for Monday-Wednesday with the purchase of a $20 cart per player. Expires Dec. 31, 2023.
203. Sunset Golf Club, Middletown, complimentary golf for four golfers and two carts, weekdays only. Expires Dec. 31, 2023.
204. Iron Valley Golf Club, 201 Iron Valley Drive, Lebanon. Four complimentary passes weekdays only, cart fee included.
205. Four Seasons Golf Club, 949 Church St., Landisville. Foursome round of golf valid Monday-Thursday and Friday-Sunday after 11 a.m. Expires Sept. 30, 2023. Cart fee not included.
206. Cool Creek Golf Club, Wrightsville, complimentary certificate for weekday foursome with cart. Expires Oct. 31, 2023.
207. Evergreen Golf, 1503 Lititz Road, Manheim, one foursome with carts on any of the courses. Expires Aug. 31, 2023.
208. Bent Creek Country Club foursome with carts.
209. Large worn NFL official's jersey of Bryan Neale, who worked Super Bowl LVI, a 23-20 Los Angeles Rams win over the Cincinnati Bengals. Bryan has been an NFL umpire for 7 years.
210. Autographed 8-by-10 photo of Chance Marstellar, a 4-time PIAA state wrestling champion at Kennard-Dale High School. His high school record was 166-0. Chance wrestled two years at Lock Haven with a career record of 72-7. In 2017-2018 he was named All-American as he finished fourth in the 2018 NCAA National Championships and ended the season with a 44-4 record.
211. Autographed 8-by-10 photo of golfer Jim Furyk, a Manheim Township grad. This photo is 6 individual photos of Jim playing at the U.S. Open June 12-15, 1997, at the Blue Course of Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Md. Ernie Els won this tournament, and Colin Montgomery was runner-up. Jim shot a 292 and tied for 5th place.
212. Program dated May 18, 2018, Highlands of Donegal Golf Course Mount Joy, Pa., autographed by Penn State wrestling coach Cael Sanderson. At Penn State has won nine NCAA National Wrestling Championships. At Iowa State had a 159-0 record and won four NCAA National Championships.
213. A 5-by-7 autographed photo of Cary Kolat and Rocky Bonomo. Cary Kolat is now the head wrestling coach at the Naval Academy and in 1996 and 1997 at Lock Haven University won NCAA Wrestling Championships. He finished his high school career at Jefferson-Morgan High School with a record of 137-0 and won four PIAA State Championships. Rocky Bonomo wrestled at Bloomsburg University and had a record of 116-12-3 and won three NCAA National Championships.
214. National Wrestling Coaches All-Star Classic program, Franklin & Marshall College Lancaster, Pa., Jan. 29, 2001. Cael Sanderson, Iowa State, wrestled at this event and autographed this program. At Iowa State he finished his career 159-0 with 4 NCAA National Championships and a Gold Medal at the 2004 Olympics in Athens, Greece. Has coached Penn State to nine NCAA National Championships.
215. A 5-by-7 autographed photo of Cael Sanderson, who had a 159-0 record at Iowa State and won four NCAA National Championships. Has coached Penn State wrestling team to nine NCAA National Championships.
216. Two autographed photos of Zain Retherford. One is a photo of Zain winning the 2016 NCAA Championship He was a silver medalist at the 2022 World Wrestling Championships, and is considered one of the greatest Penn State Nittany Lions wrestlers of all time. At the 2014 NCAA Tournament, he finished fifth, but from 2016 to 2018 had a record of 93-0 and won three NCAA National Wrestling Championships. The other photo is of Zain wrestling for Benton High School. He had a high school record of 130-3 and won two PIAA State Championships.
217. Autographed 8-by-10 photo of Thomas Haines, Solanco High School. Tom is the only wrestler from the Lancaster-Lebanon League to win four PIAA state championships. He wrestled at Lock Haven University and finished his career with a record of 93-22. He now is the assistant wrestling coach at Elizabethtown College.
218. A field hockey stick autographed by University of Maryland head field hockey coach Missy Meharg. She has been the head coach for the Terps since 1988 with a coaching record of 605-156-9. She has been selected 9 times as national coach of the year and has won 7 NCAA Division I National Championships and coached 56 All Americans, of which one was Jill Witmer, from Penn Manor High School, who in 2021 was inducted into the Lancaster County Sports Hall of Fame.