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    1976 Lenny Randle Game Worn Texas Rangers Jersey Signed "Game Used 1976."
    Billy Martin heaped quite a bit of praise on Lenny Randle when he referred to him as one of baseball's most exciting players who possessed the combination of speed, talent and combativeness. While Randle's career had plenty of peaks and valleys, he is remembered to this day by baseball fans. Randle donned this "Goodman & Sons size 38" jersey when he played for the Rangers in 1976. The left sleeve contains a special USA Bicentennial patch. The jersey shows great overall wear with puckering on the two-color tackle twill team name and reverse numbers. "Randle" is arched across the reverse. A size/manufacturer's tag is sewn in the tail. Randle signed the reverse and added a "Game Used 1976" inscription. A noticeable stain is visible on back. LOA from Heritage Auctions. Pre-Certified by PSA/DNA. Auction LOA from SGC Authentic.

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    May, 2018
    17th-18th Thursday-Friday
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