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    1970's Carl Yastrzemski Game Used Equipment Bag This heavy canvas bag could not be purchased in any store, and could only have come from the Red Sox organization. Is it possible that this bag was waiting for Carl in the locker room as the team joyously flooded back in following Fisk's Game Six blast? We may never know. Yaz' number "8" is penned in its distinctive style in vintage marker in the clear pocket. The bag shows miles of wear, but nothing that could be considered damage. If only it still held all of the uniforms, gloves and baseballs that it surely once did! Acquired from an employee of the team, whose letter of authenticity accompanies the piece. LOA from Dan Knoll, Dave Bushing, & Lou Lampson/SCD Authentic.

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    September, 2004
    10th-11th Friday-Saturday
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