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    1969 Felipe Alou Game Worn Atlanta Braves Pants. In a confusing move, MLB split the National League into two divisions in 1969, and somehow landed the Atlanta Braves in the N.L. West Division. Regardless of the geographical problems with this, it proved to be a fortunate move for the team. They would win the first division title by three games over the San Francisco Giants, although they would be beaten in the NLCS by eventual champions, the New York "Miracle" Mets.

    Offered here is a very nice pair of game worn pants from starting centerfielder Felipe Alou, who hit .282 on the season with 134 hits. The cream pinstriped pants show moderate use with two nice repairs on the back pocket. The first repair is a 4x7" patch, while the second is a 2x3" hand-sewn repair halfway over the first patch. One back pocket button is missing, and there is a smear of red on the groin that may be a blood stain. Other dirt stains are also visible. A Wilson size thirty-four tag is sewn into the inner waistband and shows heavy wash wear. To the right of the tag is also sewn in, "Alou - 1969 - set 2." LOA from Heritage Auctions.

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    May, 2014
    15th-17th Thursday-Saturday
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