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    1998 Tony Gwynn Game Worn, Signed San Diego Padres Jersey. It may be decades before baseball finds another like Tony Gwynn. The man who made a science out of hitting a baseball began and finished his career in one city. With the advent of free agency, few players can make such a claim. And we didn't delve into those eight batting titles, 15 All-Star appearances or seven Silver Slugger Awards. Mr. Padre comfortably fit into this classic pinstriped button-up home garment during the 1998 season. Minor soil remnants are found on the "Russell Athletic [size] 50" jersey. A fabric content label is suspended off the size label. "Padres" is expressed across the front in three-color formation while "Gwynn" is arched atop the verso numbers. The left sleeve is affixed with a Padres disc team patch. Gwynn sealed the deal with a 9/10 blue sharpie signature on back. LOA from Heritage Auctions. Pre-certified by PSA/DNA. Auction LOA from James Spence Authentication.

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    October, 2013
    20th Sunday
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