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    1998 Roy Halladay Game Worn Toronto Blue Jays Jersey with Team Letter. Who knew Roy Halladay would reach the heights he did at the big league level? Cy Young Awards in both leagues, a postseason no-hitter and eight All-Star nods are all on the future Hall of Famer's resume. This "Wilson [size] 46" jersey was worn by Halladay during his first sniff of the bigs. Authentication is concrete as a certificate from the Blue Jays will attend. Halladay only appeared in two games as a September call-up and wore #52 his initial season before switching to #32. The use on this road representation is light, as would be expected with such a jersey used for a short period of time. Each of the identifiers is crafted in three-color tackle twill. Three labels appear in the cowl: Wilson, size/washing instructions and "52 98 1" swatch. Halladay signed the bottom portion in 10/10 felt tip. A small photo of Halladay with the jersey is included. COA from Toronto Blue Jays. Pre-certified by PSA/DNA. LOA from Heritage Auctions.

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    November, 2015
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