Huggins & Scott’s most recent auction ended this weekend with some big prices tallied on some rare sports collectibles. Leading the way was an official program from Game 7 of the 1903 World Series at Pittsburgh. The program is only the third known copy and sold for a staggering $228,780. Also up for grabs was an 1871 Mort Rogers scorecard featuring Albert Spalding on the cover. The scorecard sold for a total of $121,770 and is, according to Huggins and Scott, the highest price on record paid for a scorecard.