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    2010 Albert Pujols Gold Glove Award. In order to assure that there is no confusion, this is not the actual trophy presented to the superstar first baseman, but rather an exact copy made by Rawlings and acquired by a former employee of the company. Indistinguishable in every detail from the model in Pujols' personal trophy case, the trophy is the newest format of the sport's top defensive prize, crafted on the foundation of a marble-topped base announcing, "2010 Rawlings Gold Glove Award Presented to Albert Pujols Honoring His Selection as the Finest in the Field." Set atop the base are two golden baseballs and a pedestal for the eponymous Gold Glove bearing an image of the future Hall of Famer and a genuine cloth Rawlings label. The design is wonderful, certainly a fine stylistic advancement. Condition is pristine, the various elements still housed in their original plastic packaging.

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    May, 2013
    2nd-4th Thursday-Saturday
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