SPRINGFIELD, Mo--The Missouri State baseball team will open its season two weeks from Friday in a Texas tournament.
Keith Guttin's Annual First Pitch fund raiser and reunion is next Saturday.
And Friday Guttin unveiled a treasure trove of baseball memorabilia that will be up for auction Saturday, February 10th.
A private collector's family donated hundreds of rare items just for this auction.
They include many St. Louis Cardinal items, but also rare New York Yankee memorabilia involving Mickey Mantel and Joe DiMaggio.
Reporter:"You've seen a lot of this stuff, what are you excited about?"
Keith Guttin/Missouri State Coach: "All of it. I was, when we went out and took a lot at the stuff I was floored, honestly. The quality and the quantity of this collection is really remarkable.."
Again First Pitch is Saturday February 10th at 5:00 p.m., tickets can only be bought in advance for $20 dollars.
Call Bears baseball at 836-4497 or email email@example.com.
That's the only way to get into the event bid on these rare items.
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