2008 All-Star Game National League On-Deck Circle From Yankee Stadium
The All-Star Game returned to Queens for the first time in 49 years last summer, but just five years prior to that, baseball's Midsummer Classic set up shop in the final year of the old Yankee Stadium. From that marathon contest that lasted 15 innings and ended at 1:38 am Eastern Time comes this on-deck circle that was prominently placed outside the visiting National League dugout on the third-base side. Measuring approximately 57" across, the circular rubberized mat shows great game use with dirt stains, scuffs and cleat marks affording it an uncompromising air of authenticity. It is MLB-authenticated and would look great on the floor of any room. The American League won that game, 4-3 in 15 innings, becoming the longest All-Star game ever played.
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