1955 National and American League All-Stars and Cleveland Indians Signed Baseballs
The National League orchestrated one of the greatest comebacks in All-Star Game history in 1955, erasing a 5-0 deficit in the bottom of the seventh inning before defeating the AL, 6-5, in 12 innings. There are 30 National League All-Stars who signed an EX-MT ball, including Durocher, Kluszewski, Hodges, Aaron, Schoendienst, Haddix, Haney, Mays, Musial, Snider, Mathews, Banks and Roberts, Signature strength is 8/10. The AL ball boasts 21 signatures, including Ford, Lopez, Wynn, Jensen, Rosen, Doby, Kaline and Berra. It is in EX-MT condition and the multi-colored signatures average 7.5/10. Both are official National League (Giles) baseballs. The Indians ball is NRMT with 8/10 signatures including Wertz, Doby, Wynn, Garcia and Rosen. The '55 Tribe finished in second place with a sterling 93-61 record.