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    1959-61 Eddie Fisher Game Worn San Francisco Giants Jacket & Pants. Before Eddie Fisher was a Fireman of the Year reliever, he was a starter. The hurler began his career with the San Francisco Giants before his journey took him to Chicago. This "Tim McAuliffe [size] 46" jacket was worn by Fisher during his early big league days. Sewn inside is a square-shaped swatch with "Duff Doc 40" written in vintage marker. Sewn below is a Tim McAuliffe manufacturer's tag. A size tag is discreetly placed inside one pocket. Black/orange/black/orange/black ribbed material surrounds the neck, sleeve ends and tail. "Giants" is embroidered on the left sleeve. Fisher's "Wilson" pants complete the listing. A Wilson size label with suspended "36 27" tag are applied to the waistline as is a "1960" year swatch. Letter of provenance from Eddie Fisher. LOA from Heritage Auctions.

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    July, 2015
    30th-31st Thursday-Friday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 4
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