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    1984 Don Sutton Game Worn Milwaukee Brewers Jersey. Harvey's Wallbangers could hit home run after home run but they also needed someone to stop the opposition from scoring. Enter Don Sutton. The permed righty, with a nasty curveball, was the perfect late season edition for the Brew Crew in 1982. Sutton helped the Brewers secure the team's only World Series berth. The Hall of Famer wore this "Medalist Sand Knit size 42" jersey during his final season in Brew City. The powder blue pullover shows solid wear throughout with good puckering and identifier fraying. "Milwaukee" is captured in cursive script on front while "20" takes residence on back. Blue/yellow/blue surrounds the V-neck and sleeve ends. The rear interior holds two swatches: "84 42Z" and "Sutton" (stenciled). Dual Sand Knit labels (exclusivity and size) are in the tail. "I" appears to be written on the size tag. LOA from Heritage Auctions.

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    November, 2017
    16th-18th Thursday-Saturday
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