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    1994 Mike Piazza Game Worn Jersey. The stellar catcher Mike Piazza hit the majors with a splash, capturing the 1993 NL Rookie of the Year with a unanimous 28 votes for first place. His strong play continued for the '94 campaign, and here we offer a solid memento from that year. The 1994 white knit home Dodgers jersey that we present here exhibits all of the hallmarks you would expect from a garment worn by this gritty backstop. Dirt and other soiling pepper the shirt throughout and the stitching on all of the blue identifiers has faded from multiple laundry cycles. Script Dodgers in blue appears on chest along with red twill "31". Verso reads "PIAZZA 31" Baseball 125th Anniversary patch is found at the right sleeve. Tagging in tail consists of Rawlings tag, swatches that read "T" and "2 INCH EXTRA LENGTH", and a flap tag that reads "SET 2 1994". An overall impressive early career gamer from the super All-Star catcher. LOA from Bushing/Knoll Global Authentication.

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    April, 2008
    27th Sunday
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