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    2002 Major League Baseball All-Star Ring & Pendant from the Infamous Tie Game. What was supposed to be a baseball celebration in Bud Selig's hometown turned out to be the most infamous All-Star Game ever played. The American and National were deadlocked at 7-7 when Selig tossed his hands up and ended the contest in a tie. Issued to a player, coach or high-ranking official is this "[size] 11.25" ring. Centered with a white stone, the ring features "2002 All Star" surrounding the perimeter. An All-Star emblem is featured on one side while the opposite shank has the National League insignia. The 14k ring has "Jostens" stamped inside. Also included is a 14k pendant. It has the same type of face as the ring - also fitted with a white stone.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2014
    6th-8th Thursday-Saturday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 14
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