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    1987 Bill Madlock Game Worn Los Angeles Dodgers Jersey. One of the game's most intense competitors and finest pure hitters, Bill Madlock registered four batting crowns, three All-Star berths, and a World Series championship as a key component of the Pittsburgh Pirates' "We Are Family" team. From 1973-83, only Rod Carew had a higher batting average and more batting titles than the Mad Dog. In fact, during that same time span, Madlock hit for a higher average and struck out less than the celebrated George Brett.

    Here we present Madlock's road gray button-down knit, with "Dodgers 12" on the front and "Madlock 12" on the verso, all sewn-on in blue/white and red tackle twill. Collar tagging includes a "Rawlings 44" label, "Set 1 1987" flap tag, and a gray swatch with "12 87 2" embroidered in blue. Best of all is the Dodgers Stadium twenty-fifth anniversary patch on the left sleeve. Light wear. LOA from Heritage Auctions.

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    May, 2019
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