The baseball that the Cincinnati Reds’ infielder swatted to left-center field for his record-setting 4,192th hit has sold at auction for $403,657.20, according to auction site Lelands.com.Rose’s single off San Diego’s Eric Show on Sept. 11, 1985, (above) at Cincinnati’s Riverfront Stadium broke Ty Cobb’s hits record.The Rays’ manager watched from the dugout uncomfortably Sunday, and not only because Tampa Bay played poorly in a 7-1 loss to the Orioles.Cash broke his left foot and sprained his left ankle Sunday morning after stumbling on a railroad track while running through the streets of Baltimore.
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