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    1971 Duane "Josie" Josephson Game Worn Chicago White Sox "Spring Training" Jersey. A rare one-year style, which represents the first year that the White Sox went to the red and white pinstripe design and the last season that they wore flannels. Zipper-front home white flannel sports red pinstriping with the fabulous vertical "Sox" sewn over the left chest in red on white tackle twill and the team patch adorning the left sleeve. Number "59" on the right chest and verso, in red on white tackle twill, replaced a "5" which originally occupied those positions, and the outline of which is still clearly visible. "Josephson" appears in red chainlink stitching on a flannel swatch in the collar, with a "Wilson 42" tag and a very interesting "1971-ST" (denoting Spring Training) chainlink stitched in the tail. The 1973 Boston Baseball Writers' Good Guy Award winner, Josie donned this brand new style uniform during Spring Training, before he was traded to the BoSox on March 31st. LOA from Heritage Auctions.

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    November, 2017
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