C’mon, Olbermann, just buy the dang Buckner ball before Tuesday night … or make an anonymous bid

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There are no bids recorded yet on eBay.com item 200662775706.

Be patient.

Seth Swirsky’s sale of the ball that rolled through Bill Buckner’s legs to end Game 6 of the 1986 World Series remains available for a mere $1 million (linked here).

Sale ends, as we wrote recently (linked here), at 8:37 p.m. PDT on Oct. 25 — the exact moment, 25 years later, when the play took place.

Some other things of note about the non-sale so far:

== Shipping is free.

== No returns or exchanges but it is covered by the eBay Buyer Protection Plan.

== Serious bidders only!

== Swirsky’s sales (as “juluke2″ has a “100% Positive” feedback

And Charlie Sheen sticks to his estimate that it’s only worth $150,000, tops. Some others say if it fetches $500,000, that’d be something to shout about.

Considering Mookie Wilson’s signature is on it, it should be referred to as the “Wilson ball,” but that doesn’t have the same juju.

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