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A baseball signed by Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskiy has sold at auction for more than $50,000, the Associated Press reports, with a portion going to Ukrainians displaced in the war with Russia.
Boston auctioneer RR Auction said the winning bid for the Rawlings Major League baseball was more than three times its estimate. The company will donate its $15,000 cut of the sale, while seller Randy Kaplan will also donate an undisclosed portion of his proceeds.
Read the original article at The Guardian