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    2004 Manny Ramirez Game Worn Jersey. The Most Valuable Player of the Boston Red Sox' glorious and long, long awaited World Series victory made light but definite use of this huge (Manny loves baggy uniforms!) home white gamer during the season that Fenway fans thought would never come. Old English "Red Sox" arcs gently across the chest, with number "24" appearing on verso. "Russell Athletics Authentic Collection" label in tail sprouts flap tags reading "54, 100% Polyester" and "+3" Arm Hole Opening" respectively. And, of course, the "2004" year designator here is the most important piece of all. A flawless black sharpie signature from Manny adorns the rear numerals. If you don't see the supreme relevance of a future Hall of Famer's game worn jersey from the Red Sox' first World Championship season in eighty-six years, you couldn't dare call yourself a baseball fan. LOA from Lou Lampson. LOA from PSA/DNA. LOA from James Spence Authentication.

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    May, 2007
    5th Saturday
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