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    1968 Vic LaRose/Bobby Tiefenauer Game Worn Chicago Cubs Jersey. Classic Cubs style has much to love, particularly the sleeve patches that feature the charming bear head logo at left and the rare Illinois Sesquicentennial model at right. Old school "Cubs" patch over heart gives way to number "22" in blue tackle twill on reverse, digits worn only sparingly during the 1968 Wrigley season by back-up middle infielder LaRose (four games) and pitcher Bobby Tiefenauer (nine games). Solid wear may be indicative of a second life in the minors, though we stress the jersey is all original and unaltered. Interior collar holds "22--68-2-40" swatch and lower left front tail holds "Wilson [size] 40" and "Wilson 1968 Set 2" labels. A fine memento of the days of Banks, Santo and Billy Williams. LOA from Heritage Auctions.

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    May, 2013
    2nd-4th Thursday-Saturday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 10
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