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    1963 Maury Wills Game Worn Los Angeles Dodgers Jersey. It was the fourth of six consecutive seasons as the Senior Circuit's leading kleptomaniac, his forty base thefts earning his third of five career All-Star nods. Classic home white flannel kept the fans at Dodger Stadium transfixed during that National League Championship season as the speedy shortstop worked his magic. "Dodgers 30" is applied in blue and red felt on the chest, with the digits repeated in larger format in blue on reverse. Lower left front tail is tagged "Tim McAuliffe Inc." with "'63" year and "40" size tags above an embroidered "Wills" swatch. This swatch, and the edges of some of the felt identifiers, have areas of looseness but all remain solidly affixed overall. Great wear from one of the most dynamic players of the post-war era. LOA from Heritage Auctions.

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