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    1969 Jerry Stephenson Game Worn Seattle Pilots Jersey. Eternally popular with jersey collectors for its scarcity--the franchise existed for just a single season--and its gorgeous styling, the presented road blue flannel is one of the nicest we've encountered from the team that would become the Milwaukee Brewers. Like essentially all Pilots jerseys in the hobby today, this one is restored to its former glory, with the "Seattle" and flying baseball on chest, number "40" on verso and genuine Centennial patch on left sleeve all professionally applied to their former positions. Tail holds "Spalding" manufacturer's label, washing instructions and "Set 1 1969" flap tag. Absent an embroidered name swatch in the collar, as the jersey was most likely put together for Jerry Stephenson for his two-game, mid-season stint, it is in ideal condition for display. LOA from Heritage Auction.

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    August, 2019
    17th-18th Saturday-Sunday
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