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    1960 Harvey Kuenn Game Worn Cleveland Indians Jersey. A Rookie of the Year, batting champion, and eight-time all-star with the Detroit Tigers during the 1950's, Harvey Kuenn was famously traded for a fellow perennial all-star, the Cleveland Indians' Rocky Colavito, in 1959.

    Kuenn enjoyed his tenth and final all-star selection during the season he wore the jersey presented here. The seven-button front home flannel sports "Indians" arched across the chest, with "6" on the verso and right sleeve, all sewn-on in red on midnight navy whipcord twill. Chief Wahoo appears on the left sleeve and a "Wilson 44" manufacturer's/size tag is present in the tail. The "1960" felt year swatch, which once sat in the collar, was removed by a previous owner and is no longer present. A gorgeous style with original identifiers and exceptional wear from a season when Harvey batted .308. LOA from Heritage Auctions.


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    May, 2020
    7th-9th Thursday-Saturday
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