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Cleveland (AL) All-Star Apple

The Cleveland (AL) baseball team All-Star apple in front of Topps’ Manhattan office (Photo credit: Straightcheeze)

I’ve personally seen ten of the 35 All-Star apple sculptures scattered throughout New York, but I don’t think I’ll get to many more of them. (I only expect to be in the city one more time before the All-Star Game.)

A reader sent in this shot of the Cleveland (AL) baseball team’s All-Star apple, one of the ones I haven’t seen.

What do you think of the All-Star apples? If you are in the New York area, have you made any special effort to look for them?


Hufflepuff. Level 43 entertainment junkie and Mets fan. Always try to be nice, but never fail to be kind.

4 thoughts on “Cleveland (AL) All-Star Apple

  1. Yes, the Apples were hard to find. They are now gone only 2 days after the All-Star Game. Tourists will be very disappointed.


    1. The Washington Nationals Apple was still up on Wednesday. But I didn’t really expect (or want) to see them linger too long after the game. It was a fun little promotion – I wonder what they did with the sculptures afterwards


      1. Yes I saw the Dodgers and Giants Apples still at Grand Central. Will they be broight to a location so we could see them all together before auction?


      2. The Apples are mostly off display but nobody will say where they went. Then, they will get auctioned-off proceeds to go to Hurricane Sandy Relief and to Bryant Park. Each Apple will get at least $5000 !


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