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    1954 American League All-Star Team Signed Baseball. Thirteen pitchers and six home runs in the 1954 Midsummer Classic should properly indicate that this was no low-scoring affair, with the American League putting up three in the bottom of the eighth for a come-from-behind eleven to nine victory. Twenty-nine members of that victorious Junior Circuit crew appear on this OAL (Harridge) ball signed at Cleveland's Municipal Stadium, including Ted Williams, Mantle, Fox, Berra, Doby, Lemon, Trucks, Piersall and Al Rosen, who went deep twice in the contest. The signatures remain impressively bold, though it must be noted that about two-thirds have taken on a pinkish hue as the ink aged, to little detrimental effect. It's still one of the nicer examples you'll find, and the cast of characters is likewise tough to beat. Auction LOA from James Spence Authentication.

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    October, 2009
    1st-2nd Thursday-Friday
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