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Everyone is invited to browse or Search through our auction categories and listings for items on Minor League Baseball Auctions. If you see something you would like to bid on you must first register by creating an Minor League Baseball Auctions account, if you do not already have one. Don't worry! Account creation is free and easy!
The Login or Register page will ask you to enter an e-mail address, password, and your birth date. Your registration will create your Minor League Baseball Auctions account which can be used to bid on auctions as well as across Minor League Baseball Auctions to access information about your subscriptions, newsletters, and other personalized content.
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It takes just a few minutes. To complete the process, you will need to provide us with your E-mail Address and date of birth, and create a password.
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The registration process does not require you to enter your credit card information. You will be prompted for this information before you place a bid for an item. You may also go to My Auction Account to enter your credit card information at any time.
For information on Minor League Baseball Auctions' system requirements please see the System Requirements FAQ.
Auction items cannot be delivered to P.O. Boxes. We require a street delivery address to ensure your items reach you.
If you forgot your MiLB.com account password, click on the My MiLB.com (Login) button on the top right of most of the Minor League Baseball Auctions pages. Then click on the Forgot Your Password? link in the drop down menu. On the following page, enter the email address associated with your Minor League Baseball Auctions account for us to send you a new password. Check your email for the password that we have sent you. Use this new password to log in to Minor League Baseball Auctions. After logging in, we recommend changing the password to the one that you would prefer.
By registering with Minor League Baseball Auctions, you are letting other members know that you will participate in an honest and professional manner. You must provide us with valid contact information so that we may contact you regarding your Minor League Baseball Auctions purchases.
There is no cost to register on Minor League Baseball Auctions.
No. Registered users are not obligated to buy anything on Minor League Baseball Auctions.
Minor League Baseball Auctions members are expected to maintain valid accounts by keeping their contact information (e-mail address, mailing address, and phone number) up-to-date. This is a vital aspect of creating an honest and secure trading environment for Minor League Baseball Auctions members.
If your contact or payment card information changes, simply update it from Update My Registration Info under the Manage My Account header in the My Auction Account section of by clicking Edit next to the Account Information header.
You can use the Minor League Baseball Auctions' Watch List feature to keep track of the items you're not yet ready to bid on, but want to monitor closely so you can bid on them when you are ready.
On each auction listing page there is a link called Add to Watch List. Click on that link to add an item of interest to your Watch List.
You can review the full list of items you're watching at anytime when you go to the Manage My Bids > View My Watch List section of your My Auction Account.
Each club has their own separate site which contains their own items. On each site the user has a separate Bid History, Order History, Watch/Wish List. However, on the main auctions.MiLB.com site all items bid on, bought, or put into a watch/wish list can be viewed across every site.
After you review the Listing Information for the item that interests you, click on Place Bid and follow the directions to enter and confirm your bid. Please Note: Although you may already have an account registered with MiLB.com, you must also update your profile within your MiLB Auctions account (www.auctions.MiLB.com) in order to place a bid.
We accept bids submitted via our website, whether accessed via a computer or wireless device on the WAP version of the Auction site.
No. Browsing and bidding for merchandise on MiLB.com Auctions is free. You are not obligated to buy anything on Minor League Baseball Auctions after you have registered. You are welcome to drop by any time and look around. If you see something you would like to bid on you can do so quickly as a registered member.
Yes. To ensure fair bidding, a valid MasterCard, Visa, American Express, or Discover credit card will be required to place a bid. Your credit card information is required only for the first time you place a bid on Minor League Baseball Auctions. A $4 authorization will be made on the credit card for validity, but you will never be charged this amount. Additional bids will not require credit card verification; however, be sure that your payment card information is up to date to ensure that your winning bid can be processed without delay. In order to successfully pay for your auction items, the billing address for your credit card must match the billing address entered for your MiLB Auctions account. If the billing addresses do NOT match, the transaction may fail at the close of the auction and the order will go unpaid.
If you need to update your credit card information, you can do so at anytime from the section called Manage My Account>Update Credit Card Info within the My Auction Account section.
To increase your bid, you can do so by simply entering another bid on the auction. This bid will not change your current bidding amount if you are the winning bidder, but will ensure you are still winning up until the new amount.
There are four steps to placing a bid on an auction. You must complete all four steps in order for our system to record and display your bid in a listing's Bid History.
Once submitted, you will see information about your bid indicating the bid amount placed, and if your bid is currently the winning bid. To place additional bids, click the Place Another Bid button, which is located beneath the Bid History on the Summary page. You can then re-enter a new id amount according to the "Next Bid" amount as currently shown on the listing page.
When reviewing an item's Bid History after having placed a bid, you should reload, or refresh, your browser so that it displays the most current information.
The Bid History should show your bid as soon as it is entered. If it doesn't appear, you may be viewing an old version of the page. Try clicking your browser's "refresh" or "reload" buttons.
The Listing page updates 10-20 seconds after you make your bid to reflect the new Current Bid.
With Open Auctions, your maximum bid (if you are the current high bidder) will not be shown to other bidders while the current high bid amount is below that maximum bid threshold. The highest amount that will appear is one bid increment above the most recent competitive bid.
With Reserve Price auctions, if you are the current high bidder and the Reserve Price has not yet been met, your maximum bid amount and nickname will be visible to other bidders as the current auction "Highest Bid" amount. Once the Reserve Price has been met, however, the maximum bid amount (if you are the current high bidder) will not be shown to other bidders while the current high bid amount remains below that maximum bid threshold.
If the same bidding amount is entered, the bid placed earlier in time takes priority over all bids at the same price. It can be to your advantage to get an initial bid in as early as possible to ensure time priority at your bid price.
If the Number of Bids in the listing info table lists more bids than are listed in the Bid History of the item, it is probably because one or more of the bidders have at one point during the auction increased and initial bid. Every bid made, whether it is an initial bid by a user, or an increase, is recorded in the Number of Bids.
This system offers a convenient bidding system, so you don't have to continuously login to re-bid. When you place your maximum Bid, you enter the highest price you are willing to pay for an item. Your maximum bid is kept confidential until it is exceeded by another bidder.
The automatic bidding system will place bids on your behalf at the bid increment amount above the current high bid. The system will bid by the increment to ensure you remain the highest bidder or to meet the reserve price (if applicable), up to your maximum bid amount that was previously entered.
If and only if duplicate maximum bids are entered, the customer who entered the maximum bid first will get priority and will be the winning bidder.
If another bidder places a higher maximum bid, you will be emailed to login and place another bid.
The Bid History list only displays the current winning bid amount and losing bids manually entered by bidders. Bid History does not display losing bids placed by the system (Maximum Bid/Automatically Bidding) for a maximum bid amount.
Yes. If your maximum bid amount has been outbid, or you want to increase the dollar amount of your existing winning bid, you can place another bid at a higher amount. To increase your current bid amount, simply return to the listing and enter and submit a new, higher maximum bid amount (this amount is the most you're willing to pay for the item).
If you are logged in to your account, the site will recognize your Nickname when you place an additional Bid. You won't be bidding against yourself when you want to increase your maximum bid amount even though if you're the current high bidder.
In some cases, it might appear that a single bidder is bidding against himself. For instance, the same bidder A might bid $10, $12, $14, $16, and so on. Nothing fraudulent is going on! Most likely, you or bidder A is causing this effect by bidding against bidder B's "Maximum Bid". Bidder A is trying to find the point where his/her Bid will outbid the maximum bid being increased by proxy on each bid. At the time the maximum bid price of the bidder B is exceeded, the new bidder A will have a winning bid.
Minor League Baseball Auctions' Extra Innings feature works together with "Maximum Bid" to ensure that bidders will always have a chance to challenge bids placed in the final minutes of an auction. When indicated on a listing page by the "Or Later" link, if a bid is placed during the last 5 minutes of an Open or Reserve Price auction, the auction will be automatically extended for an additional 5 minutes from the time of the latest bid. You will have to refresh the listing page to get the most updated bid information for each individual listing. The auction will close once all bidding activity has stopped for a period of 5 minutes.
Confirmed bids may only be retracted under special circumstances and require that you submit a formal request to retract, as described below.
Once you have submitted your confirmed bid, it can only be retracted under the following circumstances.
When placing a bid you are required to confirm that you are 18 years of age or older. We will not honor bid retraction requests because a person under 18 years of age placed the bid in error. You will be held responsible for the transaction and payment.
To make a formal request to retract a confirmed bid, you must contact Customer Service. Please include the item listing number and the reason for the retraction. No bid retraction requests received less than 24 hours before an auction closes will not be processed regardless of the explanation. All bid retraction requests received without a valid explanation will be denied. Bidders who retract their bids may not place new bids on that item unless you made a typographical error when placing a Bid amount. All bid retraction requests will be accepted or rejected Minor League Baseball Auctions sole discretion.
A Dutch Auction occurs automatically on Minor League Baseball Auctions when a seller has multiple, identical items offered for sale. The seller specifies the minimum price (the Opening Value) and the number of items for sale. Bidders can then bid at or above the minimum price for the quantity of items they wish to purchase. At the close of the auction, all winning bidders purchase the items at the same price, which is the lowest successful Bid.
In some auctions, a number of identical items are offered for sale at the same time. When the listing closes, the highest Bidders win the available inventory. Bids are sorted in order with priority given to price, the quantity bid for, and then finally to time a bid was placed. The time of a bid is determined by MiLB.com based on its records. If bids are tied for price, the Buyer who has bid in the greater quantity wins. If there are two bids at the same price for the same quantity, the early bid wins.
Bids are given priority based on the following characteristics: price, quantity, and finally time placed. As an example, if you bid $50.00 on 50 units and someone else then bids $50.00 on 100 units at a later time, the second bidder will be winning for all 100 units. If you then raise your bid to $60.00 for 50 items, you will be winning for 50 units (at $60.00) because your price is higher. The second bidder will then be winning for only 50 units at $50.00.
Fixed Price Sale listings or "Buy it Now" auctions have a fixed price set by the seller. Buyers simply choose to buy the item at that price. Fixed Price listings will remain active until all items have been sold or the close date and time set by the seller has been reached. Please allow 2-4 weeks after you make your purchase for delivery. The end time for a "Buy it Now" listing does not determine the ship window.
In an Open Auction, buyers bid until the auction ends. The item is then sold to the highest bidder at the end of the auction period. There is no reserve price in an Open auction. The seller must sell the item to the highest bidder. Bidding can start as low as the Opening Value (minimum price or starting amount) of the auction.
Once the auction closes, email notification providing contact information is sent to the buyer and seller automatically so that arrangements for payment and shipment of the item can be determined.
In a Reserve Auction, the seller sets the Reserve Price, which is higher than the Opening Value. A reserve price allows the seller to initiate bidder interest and determine the fair market value of an item. If the seller has set a Reserve Price you will see either a "Reserve NOT MET" or "RESERVE MET" message on the listing page depending on whether the current bid is below, or at or above, the reserve.
RESERVE NOT MET- The current amount of the highest bid is below the reserve price and the item will not sell at auction close.
RESERVE MET - The current amount of the highest bid is equal to, or greater than, the reserve price and the item will be sold.
If the highest bid at the auction close does not meet the seller's Reserve Price, the seller is not required to sell the item unless the seller chooses to do so. In this case, the seller will have a period after the auction close in which to contact the highest bidder whose offer was below the reserve price. Bidders who are contacted under these circumstances, however, are under no obligation to purchase the item.
In a Reserve Price auction, the seller starts the auction at a value below the lowest price at which s/he is willing to sell (the Reserve Price) to capture the bidder interest. This way, the bidders are not forced to bid at fair market value from the start of the auction. Also, many sellers prefer Reserve Price auctions when they are not sure of the market value of an item, and want to find an audience by enticing multiple bidders' interest.
MiLB clubs and sellers have the option of enabling a “Second Chance Offer Amount” (SCO) for each item when listing for auction. The SCO amount is a set price that will be offered to the runner up bidder if the original auction winner cannot complete their order. In the situation where the auction winner cannot complete their order, if the SCO amount is enabled, the runner up bidder will be sent a “Second Chance Offer” email giving them the opportunity to purchase the item. If still interested in purchasing, the bidder will then follow the provided instructions to accept the offer and complete the checkout process.
If you have bid on a Reserve Auction, your bid may be below the Reserve Price. Even if you are the highest bidder in a Reserve Auction, you may still be losing if your bid does not match or exceed the Reserve Price. At the close of the auction, you will see either a "Reserve NOT MET" or "RESERVE MET" message on the listing page depending on whether the current bid is below, at, or above the reserve price.
Go to My Account and select Manage Bidding Activity. From here you can view all live auctions (winning or losing) in which a bid has been placed, as well as closed auctions that you have won.
You can monitor all of your bidding activity from within the Manage My Bids>View My Bid Status section of your My Auction Account.
The Real Time Bid Refresh feature is in place in order to deliver the best possible online auction experience by presenting the most up-to-date auction information, including Auction Time Remaining, Bid Count, and Current Bid Amount. When a new bid is placed or an auction goes in to Bid Extend, the most recent auction information will automatically be presented on the screen without the need to manually refresh the current browser page.
Real Time Bid Refresh is set to automatically deactivate after 12 minutes of inactivity on a page that presents auction data such as Auction Time Remaining, Bid Count, and Current Bid Amount. This is to ensure that, in case an active browser session is forgotten and left open, users do not have fresh data constantly feeding into their active browser session and unnecessarily using up network data. When presented with the message “Real Time Bid Refresh is no long active on the site”, users can choose to click the “Reactivate” button, which will cause the system to resume pushing up-to-date auction data into the active browser session, or users can click “Cancel”, which will prevent Real Time Bid Refresh from reactivating on the current page. Note: if a user chooses to click “Cancel” when presented with this message, they will NOT be shown the most up-to-date auction data, or any new bid activity placed on the listing by other customers. However, manually refreshing the browser window OR clicking through to a new auction page will cause Real Time Bid Refresh to reactivate automatically.
The bid increment is representative of a minimum amount the user can bid but is not restricted to only using that multiple. If interested in placing a bid for more than the bid increment, users have the option to place a Max Bid (Click 'What Is A Maximum Bid/Automatic Bidding?' under the Bidding headline to learn more) or Straight Bid (if made available for that auction) (Click 'What is straight bidding?' under the Bidding headline to learn more).
Yes, all you need to do is simply log-in (or register) with your MiLB.com account to view Buy Now items you have added to your cart.
Yes, the MiLB items can be purchased in two formats on the MiLB Auctions site – Placing a bid on the online Auction format and Buy Now (direct purchase) checkout format.
You can locate an auction you have bid on from within the Manage My Bids>View My Bid Status section of My Auction Account section of the auction website, or by entering the listing's listing number, if known from the Search page.
We will notify you by email if you win; although you are responsible for determining if you have won by visiting the site and checking the status of your bid in My Account.
If you are the winning bidder when an auction closes, Minor League Baseball Auctions will send you email notification telling you that you have won the item(s).
You are responsible for returning to the Minor League Baseball Auctions website to verify that you have won the auction. If you do not receive notice and believe you are the successful bidder, you must verify the auction status from the Manage My Bids>View My Bid Status in the My Auction Account section of the auction website. As a winning bidder, the primary payment card you have on file will be automatically charged the amount of your winning Bid plus any shipping, handling, and applicable taxes.
Please send an email to Customer Service with the item listing number and any additional information you have regarding the order and request the shipping status.
Below are some common reasons for auction items not being delivered or shipped on time:
Invalid Credit Card. Please verify your credit card information by visiting your Auction Account. If your card number is no longer valid or the expiration date has passed please login to your MiLB Auctions account and re-enter your credit card information by following the instructions below:
Please Note: In order to successfully checkout for your auction items, the billing address for your credit card must match the billing address entered for your MiLB Auctions account. If the billing addresses do NOT match, the transaction may fail at the close of the auction and the order will go unpaid. We cannot guarantee item availability if your card failed to clear after the auction close date.
P.O. Box. If you have designated a P.O. Box in your shipping preferences this could be the reason for the delay as most carriers used my Minor League Baseball Auctions and its partners do not deliver to P.O. Boxes.
A straight bid is a one-time amount that represents the price you are committing to bid. The price that is entered as a straight bid can be any amount that is equal to, or greater than the current amount plus the minimum bid increment.
A valid shipping address is required for all deliveries. We regret that we cannot deliver to P.O. Boxes or Rural Routes. Regular business hours are 9am to 5pm EST, Monday to Friday. Please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery after the auction closes.
We offer Standard Ground shipping which can take up to 2-4 weeks.
In order to calculate your shipping costs, simply place the item(s) in your shopping cart and prior to checkout you can see the shipping costs for your desired item(s). Be sure to select the correct shipping method to calculate an accurate amount for your desired shipping.
Shipping of items is based on availability of items, shipping locations, shipping method selected and credit card authorization. This excludes Holidays and Weekends.
We will make every attempt to list only in-stock items in, however there may be instances when a popular item may sell out quickly. Should this occur your order will be adjusted and processed immediately. Your credit card will only be charged for those items shipped.
In the event of a credit card problem, we will e-mail you immediately to inform you of the situation. We will then wait up to 10 business days for your response and then e-mail you once more before canceling the order. Customer Service will respond to your e-mail within 48 business hours. Hours of operation for e-mail are Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm EST.
Due to the high volume of orders we receive daily, our policy allows for up to 2-4 weeks before your order is shipped out. Sometimes we are able to ship our orders out within days of your original order place date.
If payment on an auction order is unsuccessful at the close of the auction, MiLB Auctions will reach out to the winning bidder for each day the order remains unpaid and provide instructions for how to successfully checkout for your purchase. The order will then be automatically canceled if unpaid for 5 days after the close of the auction.
When your order has been processed and is ready for shipment, we will send you an email with a tracking number for you to be able to follow your shipment online.
Currently we do not ship to addresses outside the US. As a result of the higher incidence of overseas credit card fraud, our security for these types of orders has been heightened. We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause.
|Order Amount||Standard Shipping|
|$0.01 - $25.00||$8.00|
|$25.01 - $50.00||$9.95|
|$50.01 - $75.00||$10.95|
|$75.01 - $100.00||$11.95|
|$100.01 - $150.00||$12.95|
|$150.01 - $200.00||$13.95|
|$200.01 - $300.00||$16.95|
|$300.01 - $500.00||$19.95|
|$500.01 - $1,500.00||$49.95|
|$1,500.01 - up||$79.95|
Click "Reactivate" below to enable Real Time Bid Refresh and see the most recent bidding activity, or click "Cancel" to keep it disabled. Please visit the FAQ page to learn more about Real Time Bid Refresh.