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    1957 Frank Crosetti Game Worn New York Yankees Jersey. Derek Jeter has claimed ownership of the Yankees' number 2, but for nearly a quarter-century the pinstriped deuce belonged to this man, who earned six World Championships as a player and eleven more as a coach. It's been said that Crosetti waved home more than 16,000 runners from the third-base coaching box, and this jersey would have found him directing traffic for Mantle, Berra and Martin during the American League Championship season of 1957. Heavy game wear suggests secondary farm club wear, as was typical of that era, and the "NY" logo on the chest is a skilled replacement. Number "2" on reverse is original. Lower left front tail holds "Spalding [size] 42" label above an embroidered, "Crosetti 2 57." A wonderful relic commemorating a true Yankee stalwart and a glorious Bronx age. LOA from Heritage Auctions.

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    May, 2016
    12th-14th Thursday-Saturday
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