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    2004 Curt Schilling Game Worn Signed Boston Red Sox Jersey. One hundred years from now, baseball fans will still be talking about the plight of the 2004 Boston Red Sox. All but left for dead following a gaping 3-0 hole to the dreaded Yankees in the ALCS, the Bo Sox picked themselves up and swept through the pinstriped crew. The World Series was just a formality as the Red Sox realized their first World Series in 84 years. Worn by the Red Sox big game pitcher Curt Schilling is this "Russell Athletic [size] 52" road jersey. Adequate use is showcased on this classic button-up garment. "Boston" is spaced across the front while "Schilling 38" is found on back. Light rippling appears on the reverse number. Schilling endorsed a solid blue marker autograph as well. Secured in the tail are these labels: "Russell Athletic," "2004" (computerized), "[size] 52/fabric content" and "+3" Body Length." LOA from Heritage Auctions. Pre-certified by PSA/DNA. Auction LOA from James Spence Authentication.

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    May, 2013
    2nd-4th Thursday-Saturday
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