Quakes' Jerseys Up for Auction on Ebay!

By Mike Lindskog - Rancho Cucamonga Quakes | February 24, 2012 7:38 AM ET

Rancho Cucamonga, CA - The Rancho Cucamonga Quakes are excited to offer their fans a unique opportunity to own a piece of Quakes' history. A total of 20 Quakes' game-worn jerseys will be put up for auction over the next few weeks, with fans being able to log on to ebay.com and submit a bid for their favorite ex-Quake's jersey.

A total of seven jerseys will be up for bid in this first round, with the auction set to conclude on the evening of Sunday, March 4th.

Each of the first seven jerseys listed on ebay were worn between 2008 and 2010, while the Quakes were affiliated with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. Made by Rawlings, the jerseys are the blue alternates and were game-worn by some former Quakes players that have already made it to the major leagues. Each winning bidder will also receive a signed Certificate of Authenticity (COA).

Headlining this first batch of jerseys up for bid, is Jordan Walden's #22 jersey, worn by the current Angels' closer during the Quakes' 2008 Cal League season.

Also up for bid are jerseys worn by big-leaguers David Herndon, who played for the Quakes back in 2008, and Alexander Torres, who wore Quakes' colors back in 2009.

Other former Quakes who wore jerseys currently up for auction include: Tyson Auer (2010), Kevin Ramos (2010), Ryan Brasier (2009), Larry Infante (2008), Gabe Jacobo (2010), P.J. Phillips (2008), Keith Johnson (2009 & 2010), Efren Navarro (2008), Andrew Taylor (2010), Alberto Rosario (2009 & 2010), Mike Kenney (2009 & 2010), Kyle Hurst (2010), Eric Oliver (2010), Drew Toussaint (2008), Robert Fish (2010), Baudilio Lopez (2010), Ysmael Carmona (2009), Clay Fuller (2010) and Jeremy Haynes (2009 & 2010)

Visit ebay.com and search the keywords "Rancho Cucamonga Quakes jersey" to find all seven jerseys currently up for bid. Should you have any questions regarding the current auction on ebay.com, please email us at info@rcquakes.com. Go Quakes and Happy Bidding!

This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.

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