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Sport MLB selling dirt from Astros' Game 7 World Series win

01:15  07 november  2017
01:15  07 november  2017 Source:   sportingnews.com

Taylor's early homer helps Los Angeles Dodgers strike first in World Series

  Taylor's early homer helps Los Angeles Dodgers strike first in World Series Chris Taylor hit a home run off the first pitch his team faced as the Los Angeles Dodgers beat the Houston Astros in the first game of the World Series. The centre-fielder connected with a 88mph seamball from Houston Astros' Dallas Keuchel to open the bottom of the first inning, and set the Dodgers on their way to a 3-1 win in the best-of-seven series.The game - played in temperatures hitting 39c (103f) - turned into a battle of the pitchers.

Astros ' fans can remember their first World Series championship win with unique memorabilia including authentic dirt and first base.

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Not only can the Astros celebrate their first World Series win in franchise history, but now fans can remember the championship with game-used dirt from Game 7.

a crowd of people watching a baseball game: World Series Game 7 © Getty Images World Series Game 7

That's right, Major League Baseball's auction site is currently selling small glass jars of Game 7 dirt from Dodger Stadium. The dirt comes directly from the field where the Astros won their first World Series and is selling for $49.99 per jar.

In case that isn't enough for Astros fans, the memorabilia dirt could pair nicely with a World Series first base used during the first two innings of Game 7. The base will go quickly as the auction is set to close on Nov. 13.

Within an hour of being on the market, bids were already over the $600 mark.

Astros World Series trophy damaged at Houston gala .
Maybe Astros owner Jim Crane should have left the Commissioner's Trophy at home.Maybe he should have left the Commissioner's Trophy at home.

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