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    1936-37 Freddie Fitzsimmons Game Worn New York Giants Cap. This royal blue cap format debuted in 1936, and the star right-hander was dealt to the rival Brooklyn Dodgers in June of 1937, assuring that this rare wool beauty saw action during a National League Championship season at the Polo Grounds. The cap exhibits marvelous, supple wear, but remains in wonderfully preserved condition without any condition issues of distraction. Leather interior headband holds a period "Spalding" label and is embroidered, "7 1/4 F. Fitzsimmons" in green thread. An exciting relic from the number seven man on the Giants' all-time pitching victories (170) ranking. LOA from Heritage Auctions.

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    May, 2017
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