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    1966 Roger Maris Game Worn Pants. Perhaps the most collectible of all post-war ballplayers failing to be inducted into Baseball's Hall of Fame is this hero of the 1961 home run chase, who suited up in this pair of home pinstriped Yankee pants during his final season in the Bronx. While a jersey is undeniably more appealing to the collector than is a pair of pants, the price tag for the few known Maris jerseys will be quite daunting, leaving the smart collector to consider other options to get his Maris game used Yankee uniform fix. For those smart shoppers we present these historic flannel pants, bearing the signs of strong use by the reigning single season home run king. The interior of the waistband holds the true appeal, as we find an embroidered swatch that reads, "Maris 9 66 36 24 ins." A flap tag spelling "Set 1 1966" is affixed at right. At front left of the waistband we find a black markered "66-9-36" and "Spalding" and washing instructions tagging. Deemed as 100% all original. MEARS Authentic. LOA from MEARS. LOA from Lou Lampson.

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    October, 2005
    29th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 8
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