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    1988 Will Clark Game Worn San Francisco Giants Jersey with Team Stamp. A Gold Glove first baseman who could hit for both average and power, Clark finished in the top five in N.L. MVP balloting four times in five seasons, from 1987-91. In 1988, at age 24, he recorded one of his finest years with 102 runs scored, thirty-one doubles, twenty-nine home runs, and a .282 batting average to go along with a league leading 109 runs batted in and 100 walks. Classic road "Rawlings size 44" button-down knit has an interlocking logo across the chest and "Clark 22" on the verso, all sewn on in black and orange tackle twill. Good game wear with Rawlings size, set and "EX" tag in the interior. A "Purchased from San Francisco Giants" team stamp is barely visible on the inside tail button path. We darkened the photo on-line to bring the stamping to life. LOA from Heritage Auctions. Purchased from San Francisco Giants team stamp.

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