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    1995 Derek Jeter Major League Debut Ticket Stub, PSA VG 3. After nineteen seasons in pinstripes, The Captain's next stop is Cooperstown. It all began here, during a May 29, 1995 contest at Seattle's Kingdome when the twenty-year old shortstop got the call from manager Buck Showalter. Debut tickets for the likes of Mickey Mantle and Jackie Robinson, each of whom got his start on Opening Day, arise with some limited degree of regularity, but Jeter's entry came amidst zero fanfare, mid-season and on the road. This is, in fact, the only stub in the PSA population report (there is one full ticket as well). A key (and exceptionally rare) seminal artifact of the greatest Yankee since Mantle. Encapsulated by PSA, VG 3.

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