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    2000 Vladimir Guerrero Game Worn Montreal Expos Jersey with Rocket Richard Memorial Reference. Hockey is revered in Canada. When Rocket Richard died in June of 2000, the Expos paid tribute to him by wearing "9" on their right sleeve. This is believed to have been the first time a North American sports team worn a memorial patch for a player from another sport. Future Hall of Famer Vladimir Guerrero wore this "Russell Athletic size 50" jersey during the 2000 campaign. Light puckering appears on the two-color tackle twill identifiers. Three tags are in the tail: Russell Athletic, size/fabric and unmarked. The "9" reference is on the right sleeve while the left sleeve contains disc patch. LOA from Heritage Auctions.

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    November, 2016
    17th-19th Thursday-Saturday
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