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    1961 Harmon Killebrew Game Worn Minnesota Twins Jersey, MEARS A9.5 & Photo Matched--Franchise Debut Season! The M&M Boys got all the long ball attention this year, but Killer's forty-six in 1961 was good enough for third place in the American League, and he'd go on to top the Junior Circuit in that power metric during all but two seasons from 1962-69. The 1961 season was also the debut of the Minnesota Twins after six decades representing Washington D.C. as the Senators, establishing this as one of the most important gamers from that franchise.

    The home white pinstriper exhibits solid game wear, with "Twins" script applied in navy and red tackle twill on chest and number "3" similarly applied to verso. Left sleeve bears team logo patch. The sole MEARS points deduction comes from the wear to the "Killebrew" swatch in the collar. Lower left front tail reveals a second embroidered swatch reading, "1961" beneath factory tagging reporting, "Wilson [size] 46." An included letter from Resolution matches the pinstripe pattern to an undated photograph. A monumentally desirable gamer that should thrill any baseball-loving resident of the Twin Cities. LOA from MEARS, A9.5. LOA from Heritage Auctions. LOA from Resolution Photomatching.

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    November, 2021
    18th-20th Thursday-Saturday
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