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(2) 1983 American League All-Star Team-Signed Baseballs

Lot Number 1205

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The "Windy City" enjoyed a pleasant summer breeze in 1983, when the Chicago White Sox hosted the MLB All-Star Game. A thrilling event for fans of the "Junior Circuit", this game saw the AL squad rack up a double digit run total, for a lopsided 13-3 win. Prolific American League All-Stars are collected with these (2) 1983 team-signed baseballs. With deference to moderate toning, both of these period signed balls are handsome (NM) examples with bold factory labeling stamps, and the dozens of autographs range ("7" to "9") in potency, unless noted. Auction LOA from JSA. 


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Official 1983 All-Star Game ball with red ink logo, signed by (24) with:

Sweet spot: Harvey Kuenn (manager);

North panel: Rick Honeycutt, Glen Rosenbaum (coach), Bob Stanley, Cal Ripken Jr. in his first ASG (HOF), Dan Quisenberry, Tippy Martinez, George Brett (HOF);

South panel: Al Lopez (HOF, coach), Ben Oglivie, Willie Thompson (clubhouse man), Dave Winfield (HOF), Willie Wilson, Robin Yount (HOF);

East panel: Eddie Murray (HOF), Dave Stieb, Gary Ward, Cecil Cooper, Ron Kittle, Lance Parrish;

West panel: Jim Rice (HOF), Lou Whitaker, Bob Boone, Matt Young;



OAL/MacPhail ball signed by (30) with:

Sweet spot: Harvey Kuenn (manager);

North panel: Manny Trillo, Gary Ward, Rickey Henderson (HOF), Willie Thompson (clubhouse attendant), Lou Whitaker, Lance Parrish, Dave Steib, Ron Kittle;

South panel: Ted Simmons (HOF), Rick Sutcliffe, Tippy Martinez, Willie Wilson, Cecil Cooper, Matt Young, Robin Yount (HOF);

East panel: undetermined, Cal Ripken Jr. (HOF), Rick Honeycutt ("4"), Gary Ward, Bob Boone, Fed Lynn;

West panel: Al Lopez (HOF, coach), Eddie Murray (HOF), Jim Rice (HOF), Glen Rosenbaum (coach), Dave Winfield (HOF), Dan Quisenberry, George Brett (HOF);

Reverse sweet spot: Rod Carew (HOF).


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