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Bid on memorabilia from Lincecum's no-hitter

Bid on memorabilia from Lincecum's no-hitter

Bid on memorabilia from Lincecum's no-hitter

No hits, no runs, no errors, 60 auction items.

Bidding is underway at the MLB.com Auction until 6 p.m. PT on Sunday for a variety of authenticated items used July 13 during Tim Lincecum's no-hitter in San Diego -- ranging from seven baseballs he threw to catcher Buster Posey's game-worn jersey to empty beer-spray cans.

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Posey's No. 28 jersey. He wore this jersey throughout the no-hitter, scoring the game's first run and steering Lincecum through the gem -- before blindsiding his batterymate at the mound to start the celebration. As of Monday, this jersey was on the verge of becoming the most sought-after active MLB.com Auction item in terms of bid count (20) and price ($3,275).

First, second and third base. These three bags were each used during innings six through nine, and each one is signed by Lincecum with the "No-No 7/13/13" inscription.

Signed ball used in ninth inning. Carlos Quentin was the second out in the ninth inning, and this is a ball he fouled off as the no-hit drumbeat grew louder.

Hunter Pence's game-used jersey. Pence wore this No. 8 road jersey during the no-hitter, when he hit a bases-loaded triple in the fifth and a solo homer in the eighth -- finishing with five RBIs. This game-used jersey would be desirable no-hitter or not, and is among many dozens of Giants jerseys on the block.

Autographed lineup card. Lincecum signed this replica card and the fixed price is $299. Lincecum also signed a photo showing him getting blindsided by Posey after the last out.

Celebratory Bud Light can. When is an empty can of brew worth something more than its recycle value? When it was used to spray and chug suds in the Giants' clubhouse during a no-hitter party.

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Mark Newman is enterprise editor of MLB.com. Read and join other baseball fans on his MLB.com community blog. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.

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