It was in the possession of Davy Jones, the baseball player, not the Monkee, until his death in 1972.
Jones appeared in the last game of the 1918 season and played briefly in the game at age, despite having been retired since 1915. Jones actually was attending as a spectator when he was put into the game.
Let this be a lesson to all of you coming to late season games when your home team is out of the race. Bring your spikes.