What became known as the "Pine Tar Game" occurred on July 24, 1983, between the Yankees and Royals.
As the story went down in history at Yankee Stadium, George Brett hit a two-run home run with his team trailing 4-3 in the ninth inning, that is, until the pine tar caused the play to be overturned.
His home run was called off and a regular season game in July turned into an iconic moment in baseball history as Brett stormed from the Royals dugout to protest the play.
Items from that moment of baseball history are set to be sold off at auction later this month on Feb. 22, according to the AP.
The highlight item for sale, which is expected to fetch more than $100,000, is Brett's game worn jersey. Brett has since signed the jerset as well, along with the ball he hit for the home run on the play. As for the bat itself, which is at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown.
And for anyone needing a refresher, re-live the historic moment here: