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    1994 Eddie Murray Game Worn Cleveland Indians Jersey. Eddie Murray continued his assault on the 3,000 hit mark in 1994 when he joined the Cleveland Indians. While the Indians had a youthful team, Murray's veteran leadership was a vital part of the their success. Worn by Steady Eddie during his first year in Cleveland is this "Russell Athletic [size] 48" knit jersey. Excellent use characteristics are showcased with puckering on the underscored team insignia and "Murray 33" on back. The right sleeve boasts a 1994 Season Inaugural Season patch. Remnants of what we believe is the 1995 Jacobs Field patch are visible beneath the current patch. Revealed in the tail are three labels: "Russell Athletic" (JSA sticker), fabric content and "1994" washed out year indicator. Murray signed the front in 10/10 black felt tip as well. LOA from Heritage Auctions. Auction LOA from James Spence Authentication. Pre-certified by PSA/DNA.

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