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1964 ALL STAR PROGRAM@ SHEA STADIUM NEW YORK GUARANTEED ORIGINAL & AUTHENTIC ! Description: Listed is a 1964 All Star Program 1964 MLB ALL STAR GAME PROGRAM SHEA STADIUM - NEW YORK METS. Description: Listed is a 1964 All star game Program. The 1964 All-Star Game has been described as one of the most exciting ever as the National League came from behind to win in a dramatic ninth-inning rally. Red Sox ace Dick Radatz was on the mound and had already thrown two hitless innings. Willie Mays, in a tough at-bat, got the walk and then stole second. Orlando Cepeda followed with a soft looper to right field scoring Mays due to a bad Joe Pepitone throw to the plate. Two quick outs and a walk later, Johnny Callison hammered a fast ball into the right field stands scoring three runs, giving the Nationals their sixth win in seven games and finally evening up the series. PLEASE SEE MY OTHER AUCTIONS UNDER " VIEW SELLERS OTHER ITEMS" FOR SIMILAR AND VARIOUS OTHER RELATED VINTAGE ITEMS. Condition: We would grade this Program in excellent condition. The front shows minor wear . The inside is in excellent condition and is un-scored. The binding is fully intact and attached at staples.Program is 100% complete with no missing , loose or cutout pages. There is no writing in or on the Program. Terrific piece of vintage All Star/MLB baseball memorabilia.Please e-mail me if you would like more pictures or a more detailed description. All items are guaranteed 100% original and authentic. All items will be shipped in a most professional and secure manner. Thank You for looking ! Please ADD me to your favorite sellers list @ FAVORITE SELLERS. Terms: I will normally contact you right after the auction ends or no later than the next day if I am away. Multiple shipping discounts are available. PLEASE NOTE: All items that sell for $200 or more will require separate insurance charge to be added to invoice. PLEASE SEE MY OTHER AUCTIONS FOR MORE RELATED VINTAGE ITEMS AND OTHER MEMORABILIA No Reserve! Digital pictures are provided below.
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