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    2001 Shawn Green Game Worn Los Angeles Dodgers Jersey with Post-9/11 Flag Patch. The star outfielder made positive headlines for a noble gesture during this traumatic year in American and baseball history, all while posting career-best numbers for slugging (.598), homers (49, Dodgers franchise best) and RBI's (125). On September 26th, he broke a streak of 415 consecutive games played to observe Yom Kippur, donating his day's pay of $75,000 to a charity for survivors of the terrorist attacks. The flag patch honoring those victims appears above his nameplate on verso of this home white gamer, which exhibits light wear from that mournful last month of the season. "Dodgers 15" appears in blue and red tackle twill on chest, "Green 15" on verso. Tagging: "Rawlings Authentic Collection," with size "50" and "Set 1 2001" flap tags affixed. Logo patch is affixed at left sleeve. LOA from Heritage Auctions.

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    May, 2012
    3rd-5th Thursday-Saturday
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