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Busch Stadium’s Last Pitcher’s Mound Rubber

Busch Stadium’s Last Pitcher’s Mound Rubber

The pitching rubber is used to push off and allows the pitcher to put every ounce of strength towards hurling the ball at speeds approaching 100MPH, something that causes great unease to batters who are looking to bail before the ball is even released. This is the last pitching rubber from Busch Stadium. Well-used slab (24” X 6”) was toed by all of the Cardinals hurlers in the 2005 season, as well as the opposing NL starters such as Clemens, Pedro and Willis. <br>(Estimate $3,000 - $5,000)

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

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

Cardinals “National League Champions”/”2004 National League Champions” Signs From Left Field Wall
Right Field Wall “Countdown” Sign
Wagon Gate “Busch Stadium” Sign
Mark McGwire “62” Home Run Sign From Where He Hit It Behind the Leftfield Wall
Cardinals (1) and National League On-Deck Circles
“Slugger Bird” Solid Steel Stencil
Cardinal Bullpen Phone
Visitors’ Bullpen Phone