2014 OKC Barons Buddies Jersey Auction. What a night!

Photo: Brandon Davidson and Brad Hunt. February 28, 2014: OKC Barons vs Rockford IceHogs. Cox Convention Center in Oklahoma City. (Photo: Courtesy of Steven Christy. All Rights Reserved)

2014 Barons Buddies Jersey Auction brought in $27,975 for Special Olympics Oklahoma.

Like past Barons Buddies auctions, the 2014 Barons Buddies Jersey Auction was a huge success and brought in $27,975 for Special Olympics Oklahoma. The team wore their one-of-a-kind jerseys to Friday evening’s game vs the Rockford IceHogs, and immediately following the game the jerseys were available for bids in a live auction. The team has participated in this worthy cause since year one of the franchise’s history when it partnered with Special Olympics Oklahoma. To read more about the program, see Barons Buddies program and Special Olympics Barons Buddies Program.

Well done, OKC Barons fans!

Prices for jerseys sold last night — supplied by Eric Rodgers and others. The auction moves very quickly, and prices may be off somewhat since the total does not quite add up to the Barons final tally.

  1. Pitlick: $1000. (1st jersey sold)
  2. Ford hits $1000 right off. And sold.
  3. Pinizzotto: $950.
  4. Bachman: $1025.
  5. Fedun: $850.
  6. Hunt: $1100.
  7. Lander: $1100.
  8. Arcobello: $1300.
  9. Davidson: $1100.
  10. Combs: $1050.
  11. Eager: $2200.
  12. Curtis Hamilton: $950.
  13. Acton: $900.
  14. Grebeshkov: $850.
  15. MacIntyre: $875.
  16. Ryan Hamilton: $900.
  17. Gernat: $900.
  18. Musil: $1050.
  19. Bunz: $850.
  20. Fyten: $950.
  21. Stretch: $1000.
  22. Klefbom: $775.
  23. Horak: $800.
  24. Miller: $550
  25. Ewanyk: $1250
  26. Kessy: $1300
  27. Derrick: $950

Andrew Miller’s Barons Buddies Jersey. Photo courtesy of Mary Long, 2014.

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