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    1975 Jim "Catfish" Hunter Game Worn & Signed New York Yankees Jersey, MEARS A10. In his first year with the Bronx Bombers, Hunter again led the A.L. in wins (23-14), posted an awesome 2.58 ERA, and finished second in the A.L. Cy Young award balloting.

    Here is Cat's gamer from his first season in The Empire City. The road gray jersey sports a seven-button front with "New York" arched across the chest and "29" on the verso, all sewn-on in midnight navy on white tackle twill. A rectangular silver nylon swatch with "Hunter" embroidered in blue chainlink resides in the collar with "Jim "Catfish" Hunter signed in NRMT blue sharpie below. Meanwhile, a Rawlings 46" manufacturer's/size label and "Set 1 #8P 1975" flap tag can be seen in the outer front right tail. The jersey exhibits light wear.

    It's interesting to note that, in 1975, Wilson produced the Yankees' home jerseys and a Rawlings manufactured the road jerseys. LOA from Heritage Auctions. LOA from MEARS, A10.

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    7th-9th Thursday-Saturday
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