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  1957 Wichita American Association All Star Game Presentation Tie Bar
 
1957 American Association Wichita All Star Game tie bar
  • CIRCA - 1957
  • MANUFACTURER - Campus
  • SIZE -  Approximately 2 3/18" long
  • PRICE GUIDE - (estimated)
     $400.00-$550.00 (Tom Cheney attribute)
 
 
NOTES:
 
    This is a 1957 American Association All Star Game tie bar, presented to dignitaries and participants in the game played in Wichita. The 10K gold tie-bar in the form of a baseball bat supports a gold ornate crossed bat & figural eagle featuring a raised relief gold baseball with a blue enameled border that reads "ALL STAR GAME - American Assoc." Centered between the stitching is the Word "Wichita" with a diamond set above, and 1957 below. The back of the tie clip is attributed to Tom Cheney, and features the "Agrall CO, LOU KY, 10k" maker's mark.

 In 1957, the American Association All Stars played the then league leading Wichita Braves, defeating the home team 5-4. The Braves finished the season 3 games ahead the second place Denver Bears. The American Association All Star pitcher, Tom Cheney played for the Omaha Cardinals, a triple A team affiliated with the St. Louis Cardinals.

 Eight years in the Major Leagues, Tom Cheney played for the St. Louis Cardinals, Pittsburgh Pirates, and the Washington Senators. On September 12, 1962, pitching for the Senators, Tom Cheney established the Major League single-game strikeout record, fanning 21 batters in a 16-inning marathon, against the Baltimore Orioles. Chaney pitched all 16 innings. So much for your modern day pitch count. He threw 228 pitches and chain smoked in between innings. Cheney's curveball was virtually unhittable. Brooks Robinson stated, "He showed me the greatest stuff I've seen from any pitcher."

 
 
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1957 Wichita American Association All Star Game Presentation tie bar
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