Harry Caray’s wins auction for Blackhawk Shaw’s Game 6 stitches

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Harry Caray’s restaurant will be home to another piece of unique sports memorabilia.

The restaurant’s CEO won the auction for stitches that came from the face of Blackhawks winger Andrew Shaw.

The CEO’s bid of $6,500 will go toward cancer research.

Shaw needed stitches in his cheek after he took a puck to the face during Game 6 of this year’s Stanley Cup final. He then got to hoist the Stanley Cup that night.

Harry Caray’s is also home to Sammy Sosa’s corked bat, a toilet seat autographed by the Cubs and the Cubs’ Bartman ball.

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