Steve Carlton Wall of Fame Plaque from Veterans Stadium 
Lot Number 995
 
Quantity: Bid Starts: 06/22/2008 16:00:00 
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Description

In 1978, the Philadelphia Phillies created the “Wall of Fame” on the 200-level concourse at Veterans Stadium, inducting players from both the Phillies and Athletics organizations. Steve Carlton’s turn came in 1989, elected along with Robert Johnson of the A’s. Offered is the actual “Wall of Fame” plaque for Steve Carlton that hung in the halls of the concrete behemoth known as the Vet. The 11 x 15-1/2” Cooper plaque features an etched image of the great left-hander. There are four bolt holes where the relic was affixed to the wall, but the piece is in excellent condition considering that it was displayed in an open area and touched by literally millions of fans over the 25 years that it hung there. There is mild scratching, but overall this unique Carlton artifact is exactly what the dedicated fan desires. 
 
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