The bat donated by Hamilton is currently going for about $1,400.
An auction hosted by Texas Rangers Wives and the Texas Rangers Baseball Foundation benefitting Kenna's Kids ends Wednesday.
Through the auction, fans can bid on 37 one-of-a-kind baseball items donated by the players. Money from the auction will benefit Kenna's Kids, a nonprofit organization that reaches out to families with children experiencing medical challenges.
Among the listed items are batting gloves used and worn by Adrian Beltre or Ian Kinsler, cleats from Yu Darvish or Elvis Andrus, bats from Josh Hamilton and Michael Young ... you get the idea.
Opening bids started at $25, though every item on the list is far above that at this point. The most popular item on the list so far is Hamilton's bat, with the highest bid at $1,400 (as of this writing). Don't let that scare you off though, there are plenty of items you might be able to steal away for less than $300 -- such as Neftali Feliz's shoes or Scott Feldman's glove.
A full listing of all items can be found at texasrangers.com/auction.
The auction runs until noon on Wednesday.