Sons Of Late Chicago White Sox Executive Feud Over Whereabouts His Autographed Baseball Collection

When a Ray Durham autographed baseball turns up sitting on a shelf where a baseball signed by a Hall of Famer used to sit, something fishy may be going on. So was the thought of Benjamin Pogofsky who found the Durham ball sitting among bits and pieces of what was once his late father, former Chicago White Sox executive, Larry Pogofsky’s prized autographed baseball collection. The interesting story below outlines the series of events that subsequently led to Pogofsky’s brother being charged with felony theft and burglary in the case of the missing baseballs estimated to be worth upwards of $10,000.

Ill. family feuds over dad’s baseball collection — Forbes.com

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