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    1984 Gary Carter All-Star Game MVP Award from The Gary Carter Collection. Major League Baseball's best catcher during the decade of the 1980's, Gary Carter won the 1984 All-Star Game MVP award while still a member of the Montreal Expos. It was performances like this which helped boost his reputation and bring him growing national attention. After this season, Carter signed a huge contract with the New York Mets. Still, The Kid's best years were played in Montreal and his All-Star MVP performance ranks as one of his greatest highlights during that tenure. Oblong, wood trophy has a triangular, stainless steel inscription plate with a red/white/blue enamel baseball logo. Below reads "Baseball, The Commissioner's Award, Most Valuable player, All-Star Game 1984." Manufactured by Balfour. Measures 18x7.5x7.5". Condition is NRMT. Letter of provenance from Sandy Carter.

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