Originally written on The Last Angry Fan  |  Last updated 10/20/14
A baseball signed by former reality TV couple turned bitter exes following the termination of their fraud of a marriage, Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries, is being auctioned off by the Minnesota Twins in the name of charity, and unbelievably the bidding is a whopping $1,000 with just under seven days left. No doubt the final tally will be much higher when the auction finishes, which is pretty amazing considering the selling point of the ball is that it is signed by Humphries, who was recently voted the most disliked player in the NBA, and Kardashian, a not unattractive woman known for her bulbous posterior and zero talent, unless you count becoming famous for starring in a homemade porn video talent, which it very well may be. From the Twins website…
Fans can now bid on an official Major League baseball autographed by both reality TV star Kim Kardashian and soon-to-be former husband and Minneapolis, Minnesota native Kris Humphries. “We have as far as we know, a one-of-a-kind item – a baseball with both of their signatures which we believe is best used to raise incremental funds for the good works of the Community Fund,” said Kevin Smith, executive director of public affairs for the Twins. The baseball up for auction was signed by the ill-fated couple prior to the Friday July 1, 2011 game at Target Field. Kris Humphries threw out a ceremonial first pitch that evening. Fans now have the opportunity to bid on this unique piece of memorabilia with proceeds benefitting the Minnesota Twins Community Fund.
Unfortunately the winner of the auction only gets to keep the ball for 72 days. *drops mic, raises arms in victory, walks off stage* [Minnesota Twins]  
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