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    1973-79 Ken Griffey Sr. Game Worn Cincinnati Reds Jersey - Found in Old Home. Three-time All-Star and father of The Kid, Ken Griffey Sr. was a sweet swinging lefty during his almost two decade long career. This "Wilson size 42" jersey was worn by the member of The Big Red Machine when he played in Cincinnati. The Wilson size tag, in the tail, has a labeling period of 1973-79 and was unearthed in Griffey's old house. "Cincinnati 30" is centered on front while reverse has "Griffey" arched atop the numbers. Light, but definite, use shown throughout. Red and white trim surrounds the V-neck and both sleeve ends. Letter of provenance from purchaser of Alberta Griffey's house. LOA from Heritage Auctions.

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