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Rawlings 1994 Official World Series Game Baseball

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Year 1994
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The World Series that never was. These Historic baseballs were made to be used in the 1994 World Series when the players went out on strike.....Leaving the fans without the World Series, and Rawlings with a surplus of baseballs. Mint Condition.

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  • ASIN: B007Q1386E
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By ellison on December 29, 2012
While this is somewhat fun to have, having it is a sad reminder of what could have been. The Expos had a good record, the Royals were doing well, the Reds have a designation on their dugout that they had a good record. Despite all that the powers that be could not agree on enough to play the World Series.

Subsiquetly Expos fans turned on the team and never again supported them which caused the team to move to Washington D.C., a city that two times was unable to support a team. The Royals fired manager Hal McRae and pulled up the artificial turf and when play resumed in 1995 after the threat of 'scab players' no resolution had been gained. It was all for nothing.

Due to the terrible backlash there has been no more threat of strike/lockout and negotiations have always been able to be hammered out. At what price victory?
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