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    1962 Eddie Fisher Game Worn Chicago White Sox Uniform. After three years in San Francisco, Eddie Fisher was traded to the Chicago White Sox. The Windy City was where Fisher enjoyed the most success during his eighteen year career. Simple in style, this "MacGregor [size] 44" road jersey was worn by the situational reliever in 1962. "Chicago" is affixed on front while "Fisher 28" takes residence on the reverse. The right sleeve sports 3.75" numbers. Moderate wear is shown throughout as the navy blue identifiers have faded slightly and the anchor stitching is frayed. Situated in the collar is a MacGregor size label. Featured inside (tail) is a "Set 1 1962" tag which is partially disengaged on one side. Fisher's pants, leggings and "Spalding [size] 7 1/4" cap also a part of the offering. Letter of provenance from Eddie Fisher. LOA from Heritage Auctions.

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    July, 2015
    30th-31st Thursday-Friday
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