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    1948 Paul Campbell Game Worn Detroit Tigers Jersey. He filled in twenty-seven times for starting first baseman Sam Vico, but Campbell's primary role for the Tigers was as pinch hitter and pinch runner, duties that more than doubled his game tally in 1948. Presented is a road grey flannel from visits to Fenway Park and Yankee Stadium, adorned with a scripted navy blue felt "Detroit" across the chest and number "2" on reverse. Interior collar is tagged "MacGregor Goldsmith Size 42" with an embroidered "2" swatch below. Lower left interior tail holds a similar swatch embroidered "1 '48," noting set and year. Scattered staining is largely confined to verso, as are a few very small tears that will only be apparent upon close inspection. One button is missing, but still a very solid representation of the format utilized with little variation between 1934 and 1951 on Detroit roadsters. LOA from Heritage Auctions.

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