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    2004 John Smoltz Game Worn Atlanta Braves Jersey. While arm injuries have derailed some of the finest pitchers' careers, John Smoltz didn't let the kiss of death, Tommy John surgery, spell the end of the line. Smoltz reinvented himself and has "Hall of Famer" next to his name. This "Russell Athletic size 50" home jersey was worn by Smoltz when he served as a closer for the Braves in 2004. Worth special mention is the Warren Spahn memorial patch affixed on the left sleeve. Excellent use is exhibited with puckering on the two-color tackle twill identifiers. "Smoltz" is properly spaced to a tightly cropped, arched nameplate. Three labels appear in the tail: Russell Athletic, "2004" (computerized) and size/fabric. A top-tier gamer from one of the men who helped the Braves establish themselves as baseball's top National League outfit. LOA from Heritage Auctions.

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    November, 2016
    17th-19th Thursday-Saturday
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