OMAHA, Neb. – Twelve games into breaking in TD Ameritrade Park as the new home of the College World Series, many people still wonder what’s going on across town at Rosenblatt Stadium – the home of the College World Series from 1950 until last year.

Not much.

The streets are empty, relatively speaking. The shops and vendors along 13th Street are either gone or bare.

But before the stadium is torn down, more than 800 fixtures and memorabilia from the former home of the CWS were auctioned off this past week, as fans got the chance to take home a part of history.

More than 150 people turned out at Rosenblatt Stadium, and another 700 participated online, with a foundation supporting Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo using the money raised in the auction to help pay for a zoo expansion project on the current site of the stadium.

Here are some of the highlights:

Item Price
American Flag From Front of Stadium 8' x 12' (The Last Flag Flown) $7,500
Main Omaha Rosenblatt Stadium Sign From Stadium Entrance $7,000
Home Of The Men’s NCAA College World Series On North Side Main Sign $4,500
408 Green Center Outfield 4' x 9' Wall Pads (2) $1,800
Green Outfield Wall Pads 73" x 48" $1,400
Set Of Two Original Stadium Seats $1,250
Home Plate Used In Rosenblatt Stadium $1,050
Concessions Gazebo From The Stadium Entrance $550
Large Infield Tarp With Roller And Green Omaha's Rosenblatt Stadium Cover $450
"K" Metal Section Seating Sign $450
Dugout Bench 6' From The Home Team Dugout $350
Aluminum Bleacher Seat, 2 Seats $250
Wooden Lockers (13) From The Home Team Locker Room $200
Water Fountain From The Visitor Team Dugout $175
Bat Rack From The Home Team Dugout $125