2004 American League All Star Ring
Pitching at his home stadium at Houston, the 41 year old Roger Clemens became the oldest pitcher ever to start an All-Star game. But even the greatest has a (very) rough day, and the American League ended the first inning with a 6-0 lead, eventually winning by a 9-4 margin. This size 10 silver ring features a large central cubic zirconia, set on a diamond mounting upon a recessed deep red stone, and circled by "Houston / All Star / 2004". One shank, "2004 / MLB / All Star Game" appears. The other shank depicts a flying eagle carrying a pennant in its beak, bearing the words "American League", and holding a baseball in its talons - an amazing design. Manufacturer's stamp inside is faint but legible. Condition of this very special ring is NRMT.
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