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3 World Series and 3 All-Star Game Programs and a 1963 Los Angeles Dodgers Yearbook.

Lot 319. 3 World Series and 3 All-Star Game Programs and a 1963 Los Angeles Dodgers Yearbook. The World Series programs are from 1981 and 1984, and the All-Star programs, from 1981 and 1982. The cover of the Dodgers yearbook shows Maury Wills in 1962 stealing a record 104th base, the most in Major League Baseball since Ty Cobb had stolen 96 in 1915. Wills was the N.L. MVP. The 56-page yearbook is vg-ex as a result of creases on the cover. The 1963 Dodgers became World Champions. One of the World Series programs is for 1981, Dodgers vs. Yankees, and two are for 1984, Tigers vs. Padres. The Dodgers won in 1981, and the Tigers, in 1984. These programs are nm to nm+. One All-Star Game program is for 1981 in Cleveland and two are for 1982 in Montreal. Nm-m. The N.L. won both games, with Gary Carter as the MVP and Vida Blue as the winning pitcher in 1981, and Dave Concepcion and Steve Rogers as the respective winners in 1982. Both editions contain three full-page panels each of A.L. and N.L “All-Star Nominees.” Each page has photos of 30 players in color. These photos have the appearance of mini-cards, or a total of 90 players each year for each league, including the game’s biggest stars. Minimum Bid $15.    

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