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What is the value of the official 1992 World Series baseball?

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A Rawlings Official 1992 World Series Game Baseball (Toronto Blue Jays vs. Atlanta Braves) is worth about $20. in mint condition with the box. The baseball features The World Series logo in Red and traditional red stitch. This is the 15th of the special edition World Series Game baseballs created by Rawlings with the first ball being used in 1978.

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