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Section of Left  Field Foul Pole

Section of Left Field Foul Pole

Fair is foul and foul is fair. A fair ball is a batted ball that has not yet become a foul ball, nothing more, nothing less. Then again, a foul ball can become a fair ball. If a batted ball touches any part of the foul pole, including an attached screen, in flight, it is fair. As many have wondered before, then why isn’t it called a fair pole? Now you can have your own foul pole and wrestle with this whole notion of fair and foul. Offered here is 10 feet of the left field foul pole from Busch Stadium. It is 28” in circumference and includes its two supports. Section of pole has hundreds of fan signatures who bid goodbye. <br>(Estimate $1,000 - $2,000)

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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