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    1975 Manny Sanguillen Game Worn Pittsburgh Pirates All Star Game Cap & Original Patches. Manny Sanguillen, with that infectious smile, helped bolster some solid Pirates teams during his noteworthy career. In 1975 Sanguillen was given an All-Star nod (for the third time) as baseball's best convened in Milwaukee. Sanguillen donned this very "New Era [size] 7 1/4" cap for the festivities. "35" is written on the inner side in vintage black marker. This was secured by Brewers staffer Patrick McBride following the Mid Summer Classic. Moderate use is shown on the headband with noticeable sweat/soil staining. Also included is an original 1969 MLB 100th Anniversary patch, vintage American League patch and 1975 All Star Game press guide. Letter of provenance from former Milwaukee Brewers bat boy.

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    May, 2013
    2nd-4th Thursday-Saturday
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