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    1998 New York Yankees World Championship Trophy. With Tino, Bernie, Paulie and Chuck, the team created pure magic, relying on chemistry rather than an overabundance of eight-figure free agent All-Stars to become perhaps the second most dominant Yankee team after the 1927 edition. Presented is the ultimate symbol of that historic 125-50 squad, unquestionably the greatest of the modern dynasty. Presented to a front office worker in the Yankees organization, this striking foot-tall trophy marked the apex of one of the greatest dynasties in club history, the second of four the club would claim in a five season stretch. The flags of every Major League team ring baseball and crown figurals, and adapted press passes for the Yanks and defeated National League Champion San Diego Padres. An engraved band that belts the base reads, "1998 New York Yankees, World Series Champions." A thing of beauty for any true Yankee devotee.

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    Auction Dates
    May, 2012
    3rd-5th Thursday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 14
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