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    1975 Hank Aaron Game Worn Milwaukee Brewers Pants. Each time Hank Aaron slugged a home run wearing these powder blue pants he created Major League magic. Worn by Aaron during his first year back in Milwaukee are these eye-grabbing pants. Blue/yellow/blue stretch material is inserted around the waistline and a similar color scheme runs down the sides. Secured in the waistline are three labels: "H. Aaron 75 35 26 1/2," Brewers exclusivity ("Bev" written) and "Sand Knit [size] 36" ("2") written. These pants may have also been used by Kurt Bevacqua as he wore "2" that season. MEARS has assessed a grade of "authentic" on the historic pants. MEARS Authentic. Letter of provenance from former Milwaukee Brewers assistant equipment manager. LOA from Heritage Auctions.

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    November, 2013
    7th-9th Thursday-Saturday
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