ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – An update to a story KMOX first brought you last week.

51009147 Cardinals Hall of Famer Glove Makes Big Bucks at Auction

UNDATED: Grover Cleveland Alexander of the St. Louis Cardinals poses for a portrait. Ole’ Pete played for the St. Louis Cardinals from 1926-1929. (Photo by National Baseball Hall of Fame Library/MLB Photos via Getty Images)

The Leland’s auction house says a ball-glove worn by baseball Hall of Famer Grover Cleveland Alexander during his years with the Cardinals has sold for $16,120.

The winning bidder has not been publicly identified.

Alexander pitched in St. Louis from 1926 until 1929, he was acquired in the middle of the 1926 season from the Chicago Cubs. He helped the Cardinals win the franchise’s first World Series Championship in 1926.

The starting bid was $1500.

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