Don Larson auctioned his game-worn jersey from the perfect game he pitched in the 1956 World Series. It was the only perfect game in World Series history. Don Larsen and Bobby Knight auctioned off some of their possessions to raise money for their grandchildren’s tuition costs.

Check out what some of the items including the perfect game jersey went for in the auction…


According to Darren Rovell at

Larsen, the former New York Yankees pitcher, saw the jersey from his perfect game sell for $756,000 at an auction on Wednesday night. In addition, a huge collection of memorabilia owned by Knight, the former Indiana Hoosiers basketball coach and ESPN analyst, was highlighted by his championship ring from the Hoosiers’ 1976 perfect season, which sold for $209,940.

Other Knight rings generated significant money, including his ring from the Hoosiers’ 1987 title ($54,000) and 1981 title ($45,542) and his 1981 Basketball Hall of Fame ring ($36,932).

Several oddball items from Knight turned into hot commodities for collectors. A chair from the 1976 Final Four sold for $19,201, a 1988 game-worn sweater sold for $4,500, and a game-worn white and red adidas shoe sold for $1,980.