NEW YORK (AP) -Start the bidding on Yankees bug spray.
Who could forget New York rookie Joba Chamberlain getting doused with pest repellant during the American League playoffs last month? Well, here's your chance to own an authentic bottle.
A can of bug spray used in the Yankees' dugout when those tiny midges swarmed Cleveland's Jacobs Field will be among the items up for bid in a Major League Baseball auction of memorabilia from the 2007 postseason.
Surely, it's the perfect gift this holiday season.
Also available: A base and ball signed by Manny Ramirez, autographed Jason Varitek jerseys, and hand warmers used in the Boston Red Sox dugout during frigid Game 3 of the World Series at Colorado.
But the most unique catch could be that can of bug spray.
they lost in four games.
The auction, featuring more than 50 autographed and game-used items, runs from Nov. 23 to Dec. 7. Fans can bid online at

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