Eight franchises collectively spent Rs 91.15 crore to buy 66 players from a pool of 351 that went under the hammer. IMAGE: Auctioneer Richard Madley conducts proceedings at the IPL Players' Auction. Photograph: BCCI England all-rounder Ben Stokes became the most expensive overseas purchase -- bought by Rising Pune Supergiants for a whopping Rs 14.50 crore even as some unheralded Indian domestic players trumped seasoned names to land lucrative deals at the Indian Premier League players' ... Rediff.com, 9 hours ago
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