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Hamilton's bat drawing highest bid in auction

Hamilton's bat drawing highest bid in auction

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Hamilton's bat drawing highest bid in auction
KANSAS CITY -- An autographed bat by outfielder Josh Hamilton has received the highest bid so far in the Rangers Wives and the Texas Rangers Baseball Foundation currently taking place online.

There are 37 items being auctioned and Hamilton's Louisville Slugger bat was going for $1,175. Next is Michael Young's autographed bat at $950 and Ian Kinsler's autographed glove at $800.

The auction ends Sept. 12 at noon CT, and the proceeds go towards Kenna's Kids, a nonprofit organization that reaches out to individual families with children experiencing medical challenges at a young age. Annually, Kenna's Kids selects three children and their families to assist with medical bills and provide a network of support.

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