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    1979 Sixto Lezcano Milwaukee Brewers MVP Trophy. Another trophy for the mantel to join Lezcano's Gold Glove. This one was perhaps an even greater honor for the star outfielder. We'll let the engraving tell the tale: "Sixto Lezcano, Most Valuable Player, Milwaukee Brewers, 1979, Milwaukee Baseball Writers Diamond Dinner, January 27, 1980." The bowl measures just over eight inches in height with a diameter of fourteen and a half inches. Some tarnishing, but no other flaws of note. Signed letter of provenance from Sixto Lezcano.

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    August, 2013
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