1957 Baltimore Orioles Game Worn Flannel Uniform. One of the most attractive flannel baseball uniforms designs ever conceived is also one of the most pristine exemplars we have ever handled.

    Zipper-front, road gray, heavy flannel jersey has "Baltimore" scripted across the front and "10" on the verso, all sewn on in large, thick orange on black felt. Black piping surrounds the collar and runs down the center of the garment, parallel to both sides of the zipper. The best part of this jersey is without doubt the spectacular, large 'screaming Oriole' patch which adorns the left sleeve. The jersey is tagged with "Spalding" and "44" in the outer tail, with "Set 1 1957" and the washing label in the inner tail. Matching pants display the same tagging with the exception of the size tag which is "36."

    The records show that this number was worn by two different players that season - Tom Patton (one game) and Billy Goodman (seventy-three games, lifetime .300 hitter over sixteen MLB seasons). The condition of the flannel, felt identifiers and patch are impeccable. LOA from Heritage Auctions.

    Guide Value or Estimate: $1,500 - up.

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