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    1970 Mickey Lolich Game Worn Detroit Tigers Jersey.

    UPDATE: Bottom button is missing.

    A three-time All-Star, Mickey Lolich was a mainstay of Detroit's pitching staff for thirteen seasons, winning a career-high twenty-five games in 1971. In the Tigers World Series championship year of 1968, Lolich won seventeen games in the regular season and another three more in the Fall Classic, out-dueling Bob Gibson in Game Seven and earning the Series MVP.

    Here is his 1970 road gray flannel with "Detroit" arched across the chest and "29" on the right sleeve and verso, all sewn-on in midnight navy twill. Tags include "Rawlings 46" in the collar and "Set 1 #8P 1970" in tail, along with washing instructions. Exhibits solid wear. LOA from Sports Investors Authentication. LOA from Heritage Auctions.


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    May, 2021
    6th-8th Thursday-Saturday
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