Heritage Auctions said Monday the glove will be put up for bids on Saturday in New York. The company did not identify the current owner, who it said had purchased the glove from Maier.
Then 12 years old, Maier reached in front of the right-field wall and prevented Tony Tarasco from catching Jeter's drive on Oct. 9, 1996. Umpire Rich Garcia declined to call fan interference and Bernie Williams hit an 11th-inning home run that gave theYankeesa 5-4 victory. Baltimore's protest was denied bybaseball's ruling executive council and AL president Gene Budig.
New York went on to defeat theOriolesin five games and win the first of what wouldbe four World Series titles in five years.
Infamous Jeffrey Maier Glove Up For Sale
Jonathan Scheier of Heritage Auctions discusses the planned auction of the glove Jeffrey Maier used to catch Derek Jeter's tying home run in the 1996 ALCS.