Vtg Adirondak 302 Ken Landreaux 1980 All Star Game Commemorative Bat



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Vintage Adirondak Pro Ring number 302, Ken Landreaux Big Stick Flame Treated wooden baseball bat with brass plaque “To Commemorate the 51st All Star Game Dodger Stadium Los Angeles, California July 8, 1980.”

The AL and NL were locked in a scoreless duel for four innings, including Stone's performance mentioned above. Fred Lynn would break the deadlock in the top of the fifth with a two-run homer off Bob Welch.

The National League came back with a single run in their half of the fifth when Ken Griffey homered off Tommy John. The NL took the lead in the bottom of the sixth when George Hendrick singled home Ray Knight and Phil Garner scored on a Willie Randolph error.

The NL's final run scored in the seventh when Dave Concepcion reached on a fielder's choice, went to second on a wild-pitch by Dave Stieb, then to third on a passed ball by Darrell Porter, and came home on another Stieb wild pitch.


Good Overall - Moderate wear commensurate with use/age


2.5” x 34” (Diameter x Height)