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    2004 Josh Beckett Game Worn & Signed Florida Marlins Jersey. The Marlins stood atop the baseball world at the end of just their eleventh season of existence, and in the twelfth they understandably boasted of the feat, wearing a "2003 World Series Champions" patch on the right sleeve to match the team logo standard on the left. This jersey belonged to a key figure in the previous season's glory, the Series MVP who recorded nineteen strikeouts of the mighty Yanks in sixteen and one-third innings of action. "Marlins 21" adorns chest in glimmering tri-tone tackle twill, with "Beckett 21" balancing design on verso. Lower left front tail is tagged "Russell Athletic Authentic Collection" with three flap tags below: "48 100% Polyester, +2" Extra Length, +1" Sleeve Length." Light wear evident. Black sharpie signature under rear numeral bears "21, Game Used 2004" notation. LOA from Heritage Auctions. Pre-certified by PSA/DNA (autograph). Auction LOA from SGC Authentic (autograph).

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