Yogi Berra Museum offers unique World Series viewing opportunity for charity

    People will do some crazy stuff for World Series tickets. Anyone remember Susan Finkelstein?

    But comparatively, forking over a large sum of money to charity to get yourself a seat with Yogi Berra is low on the superfan scale.

    The Yogi Berra Museum in Little Falls, N.J., is selling tickets to a World Series Game 2 viewing party with Berra himself, according to this NorthJersey.com column WHYY News Director Gene Sonn shared with us.

    The former Yankee will be in attendance, where ticket-holders will dine on ballpark food and watch the Oct. 20 game from the museum’s theater.

    Your $250 ticket also comes with the chance to get a picture with Berra and ask the 86-year-old questions.

    Now we just have to wait and see who’s playing in the World Series. It is, after all, Red October.

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