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    1993 Ivan Rodriguez Game Worn Texas Rangers Jersey - Purchased from Team.
    Ivan Rodriguez took his place among baseball's immortals when he joined the Hall of Fame in 2017. Thirteen Gold Glove awards and seven Silver Slugger trophies have the backstop among the finest ever. Pudge put great use into this "Russell Athletic size 46" jersey during the latter stages of the 1993 season. The right sleeve sports a "HEC" reference to memorialize the death of former owner H.E. "Eddie" Chiles and was worn from August 22 until the end of the season. The opposite sleeve contains an Arlington Stadium final season patch. Puckering is visible on the underscored team name and both sets of numbers. The tail has three labels: Russell Athletic size, "7-46-93" (cloth) and fabric content which has yellowed. Our consignor purchased the jersey directly from the Rangers organization. LOA from Heritage Auctions.

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    May, 2018
    17th-18th Thursday-Friday
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