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    1998 Tony Gwynn Hit #2849 Game Worn San Diego Padres Jersey. It was commonly theorized that, if anyone was going to end Ted Williams' reign as the last man to bat .400, it would be Gwynn. And while he never quite cleared the bar, the Padres superstar remains the only man whose playing career began after World War II listed in the top twenty for lifetime average. Here we present a solidly used home white pinstriped gamer from late in that Hall of Fame career, worn during San Diego's National League Championship season. "Padres" angles across the chest in tri-tone tackle twill, with "Gwynn 19" balancing the design on verso. Team logo patch is applied at left sleeve. A handwritten notation on the "Russell Athletic Diamond Collection [size] 50" label in the tail reads, "6-2-98, 2849 vs. Hou," referencing yet another step toward the illustrious 3,000 Hit Club Gwynn took while wearing the shirt. Graded MEARS A10. LOA from MEARS. LOA from Heritage Auctions.

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    November, 2010
    4th-5th Thursday-Friday
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