1970-86 Game Worn Baseball Pants Lot of 5. Offere...Click the image to load the highest resolution version.
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Description1970-86 Game Worn Baseball Pants Lot of 5. Offered are the following pairs of game-worn pants, just waiting to be teamed up with a game worn jersey. Included are:
1.) 1977 Jerry Hairston "Rawlings size 32" Pittsburgh Pirates yellow pants. Numerous names are markered on from Minor League/Spring Training use. Heavy wear exhibited with large repairs to both knees and back of right leg.
2.) 1970 Rich Nye "Rawlings size 32" St. Louis Cardinals pants. "45" is written on the inside from later minor league usage. Mild wear exhibited throughout.
3.) 1973-86 Minnesota Twins powder blue "Rawlings size 32" pants with "DOUG" penned in the waistband. Large repair on the back left leg with staining in the knees and moderate wear found otherwise. The only player named Doug to appear in a twins uniform during the powder blue era was pitcher Doug Corbett, making it likely that these was usage in the minors.
4.) 1972 "Rawlings size 32" pants. "26" is written on the waistline "Purchased from San Francisco Giants" is stamped. Mild wear with staining found in the knees. Because #26 was worn by Dave Kingman (6-6, 210 lbs) in 1972 it is likely that these pants saw minor league usage.
5.) 1974 "Rawlings size 32" pants. "5" is markered inside and "Purchased from San Francisco Giants" stamped. Moderate-to-heavy wear and pilling exhibited with a team repair (likely from minor league usage) found on the left knee.
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Guide Value or Estimate: $400 - up.
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