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    2004 Keith Foulke Game Worn Signed Boston Red Sox Jersey. The closer role is coveted because he is the man who is used to set down the opposition for the final time and secure victory. In the 2004 season, Terry Francona had one of the most dependable closers in Keith Foulke. In fact, the man who pitched the final out of the '04 World Series was none other than Foulke. When he was shutting the door at Fenway Park, Foulke did so in this [size] "48" jersey. Wonderful, season-long use is captured on the button-up knit garment with consistent puckering on the front "Red Sox" and verso "19" numerals. Sewn in the tail is a "Russell Athletic" manufacturer's tag, "2004" (computerized) year tag and size/fabric content label. Foulke chipped in with a blue sharpie signature and "2004 WS Champs Game 1 Winner" inscription. LOA from Heritage Auctions. Pre-certified by PSA/DNA.

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    October, 2012
    25th-27th Thursday-Saturday
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