Stolen Red Sox Memorabilia Recovered in New York

Stolen Red Sox Memorabilia Recovered in New York

Stolen Boston Red Sox memorabilia was recently recovered after the alleged thief, Jamie Pritchard Holland, tried to sell them through online auction website He managed to nab nearly $25,000 worth of items from the club. In addition to an assortment of caps, jackets, jerseys and helmets, Holland had landed a pair of Dustin Pedroia's cleats, Kevin Youkilis' glove, the 380 foot marker from the Fenway outfield wall and a home plate.

However days before the start of the auction, MLB investigators tipped off law enforcement officials that the items were the same ones that were stolen from Fenway Park. Shortly thereafter police raided's Long Island warehouse and put a stop to the upcoming auction.

Holland was able to convince the auction site that the sale was legitimate by telling them the money would be going toward his sick child's medical bills. Authorities later discovered that Holland has no children. However his con was so convincing that he was able to get Johnny Pesky to sign the outfield marker he had stolen in order to add to its potential sale value.

Holland has been charged with receiving stolen property by authorities in Massachusetts and New York and is currently being held on $25,000 bond.

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Red Sox 1969 Yearbook Excellent Condition!!
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1953 MLB Baseball Program Washington Senators at Boston Red Sox VGEX+
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01 Fleer Red Sox 100th,04 Topps champs 2004 donrus world series champs
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1971 Topps #340 RICO PETROCELLI (Red Sox)
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Harry Agganis 1949 Ticket Boston University Wins NY Fenway Park Red Sox Ex
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1956 MLB Baseball Program Kansas City Athletics at Boston Red Sox EX

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Trey Treutel is an Ole Miss grad and a life-long sports fanatic. He is a huge fan of the NBA and NFL, as well as college basketball and football. As a kid, he collected football and basketball cards. As an adult, he started collecting basketball cards again on a whim, and has since expanded to other sports and entertainment options. Find Trey on Twitter at @datreute.

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  1. How do you steal the outfield marker or even Dustin’s clets I mean really and how can you expect to sell them, sooner or later some would notice, right?

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