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    1978 Thurman Munson World Series Game Worn Pants. While any uniform piece once owned and worn by the tragic New York Yankees captain would be cause for celebration, the presented pants appear to match those worn in the thrilling fourth game of the 1978 World Series, one in which Munson doubled home Paul Blair to tie the game in the bottom of the eighth before Lou Piniella singled home Roy White in the bottom of the tenth inning for a walk-off victory. The pinstriped pants exhibit strong season-long wear with no apparent alterations, and feature "Wilson [size] 35 1/2" label at interior waistband beside an embroidered swatch stating "Munson 78 3 22." Included is a letter of provenance from hobby notable Pete Siegel, who attests that the pants were purchased directly from a former Yankees team employee. LOA from Lou Lampson. Letter of provenance from Pete Siegel.

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    April, 2009
    23rd-24th Thursday-Friday
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