Summer Games #34 (Bidding Ends 5/30/2012)
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This lot is closed. Bidding ended on 5/31/2012.
In 1999, the 70th playing of the MLB All-Star game was held in Boston’s historic Fenway Park, Hall of Famer Ted Williams threw out the ceremonial first pitch. In two innings, AL starting pitcher Pedro Martinez struck out the first five of six batters he faced. The game resulted in a win for the American League by the final score of 4-1. This size 11, silver ring weighs 22 grams. These rings were given to each player who participated in the ‘99 mid-summer classic. The top panel reads “MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL ALL-STAR” surrounding a red synthetic stone with a silver “‘99” in relief and a small round-cut synthetic diamond. The left panel features the “1912 FENWAY PARK” sign above the American League logo in relief. The right panel features the “ALL-STAR GAME ‘99” logo, along with the Red Sox logo, a baseball diamond with stars for bases and “BOSTON” in relief. The inside of the ring is stamped “©JOSTENS” and it is in EX condition.
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Minimum Bid: $250
Price Realized: $1,865
Number Bids: 16
Auction closed on Thursday, May 31, 2012.
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