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    1983 Gaylord Perry Game Worn Seattle Mariners Jersey. Gaylord Perry and Mike Flanagan staged an old-fashioned pitcher's duel when they were adversaries May 11, 1983. The man who made Vaseline on a baseball famous, Perry flinched once as the Orioles held off the Mariners 1-0. Perry was one of the first players to wear sign, date, and retire jerseys after a couple games' use, a trend that is common among superstar players in professional sports today. His blue sharpie (7/10) notation on the chest reads, "Best Wishes, Gaylord Perry, 5-11-83." Sewn in two-color tackle twill on the chest is "Mariners 36," with "Perry 36" taking up the verso. A "Rawlings size 46" tag (PSA/DNA sticker affixed) is located inside the collar, with a "Set 1 1983" flag tag suspended. Light use shown. LOA from Heritage Auctions. Pre-Certified by PSA/DNA. Auction LOA from SGC.

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    November, 2017
    16th-18th Thursday-Saturday
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