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    1978 Tom Seaver Signed Game Worn Cincinnati Reds Jersey. Few players have ever been as deeply associated with a team as Tom Terrific was with his New York Mets. When The Franchise was traded to The Big Red Machine in 1977, it sent shockwaves through baseball and tears flowed in the Big Apple.

    Here we present Seaver's gamer from his first full season in Cincy, when he bagged sixteen wins, K'd 226, posted a 2.88 ERA and returned to his All-Star form. Home white pullover displays "41 Reds" on the front and "Seaver 41" on the verso in fire-engine red tackle twill. Correct tagging in the tail includes "Rawlings 46" and "Set 1 1978." Autographed on the front in NRMT black sharpie, the jersey exhibits fine season-long usage from the three-time Cy Young recipient, 300-game winner, and HOFer. Full LOA from PSA/DNA. Auction LOA from SGC Authentic. LOA from Heritage Auctions.


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    November, 2017
    16th-18th Thursday-Saturday
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