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2004 American League All Star Ring

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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