Coming off a strike shortened season that canceled the World Series, The Ballpark in Arlington drew in an above capacity crowd of 50,920 for the 1995 MLB All-Star Game. League officials chose Felipe Alou and Buck Showalter to lead the NL and AL squads, as there were no automatic representatives due to the cancellation of the '94 World Series. Though AL pitchers gave up only three hits, all were homers, with one each by Craig Biggio, Mike Piazza and game MVP Jeff Conine, to earn a tight 3-2 win for the senior circuit. Gather the victorious stars of the National League with this team-signed baseball. This well preserved ONL/Coleman ball shows (NM-MT) quality and hosts a total of (26) autographs that average ("8-9") potency. Full Photo LOA from JSA.
Featured signers are:
Sweet spot: Felipe Alou (manager)
North panel: Mark Grace, Raul Mondesi, John Smiley, Terry Collins (coach), Ron Gant, Todd Worrell, Reggie Sanders
South panel: Mike Piazza (HOF), Sammy Sosa, Jose Offerman, Barry Bonds, Darren Daulton, Matt Williams
East panel: Craig Biggio (HOF), Denny Neagle, Tom Henke, Vinny Castillo, Tyler Green
West panel: Joe Kerrigan (coach), Mickey Morandini, undetermined, Jeff Conine, Barry Larkin (HOF), Fred McGriff, Hideo Nomo