Consign Your Best Items with Lelands. We Also Pay Cash on the Spot! Learn More Here.

1946 National League All-Star Watch

1946 National League All-Star Watch

In just his second season as a major league second baseman, Red Schoendienst was named to the National League All-Star Game at Fenway Park in Boston. As a result, he earned this Lord Elgin watch that is still in its original box .The back of the timepiece is thus engraved: "AL SCHOENDIENST N.L. ALL-STARS 1946." It is in EX condition but needs some tuning as it is not running. Schoendienst led off for the National League in the 1946 Mid-summer classic, going 0-for-2 but handling both of his chances in the field, including a double-play grounder. The American Leaguers won the game, 12-0 with hometown favorite Ted Williams providing the highlight by crushing Rip Sewell's famous "Eephus Pitch" for a home run.


Past Sports Card, Memorabilia, Non-Sports Card and Collecitble Auction Items

Other past auction items that may be of interest to you.

Baseball Hall of Fame Lifetime Pass

Fall 2013 Catalog Auction

Major League Baseball Lifetime Pass

Fall 2013 Catalog Auction

1946 National League All-Star Watch

Fall 2013 Catalog Auction

Collection of Hall of Fame Press Pins and Charms (64)

Fall 2013 Catalog Auction

Hall of Fame Name Tags, Pins and Golf Tag (15)

Fall 2013 Catalog Auction

2004 St. Louis Cardinals National League Championship Ring

Fall 2013 Catalog Auction

1987 St. Louis Cardinals National League Championship Ring

Fall 2013 Catalog Auction

1985 St. Louis Cardinals National League Championship Ring

Fall 2013 Catalog Auction

Asp.Net CMS By Joopk.com