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    2004 Manny Ramirez Game Worn Red Sox Alternate Jersey. The 2004 season will live on forever in the hearts of Red Sox fans as they finally, after numerous attempts, put to bed that dreaded curse. Millions of Red Sox fans could finally rest in peace knowing, full well, their team tasted championship champagne.

    The main offensive threat for that zany squad of misfits was Manny Ramirez. Man Ram belted 43 home runs and drove home 130 runs. Seeped in tradition, the Red Sox bucked the trend a bit when they introduced red alternate jerseys in 2003. From a year later is this "Rawlings [size] 54" red alternate. Moderate wear is exhibited on this button-up knit garment with slight puckering on the two-color tackle twill numbers and "Red Sox" on front. Sewn in the tail is a "Russell Athletic" tag, "2004" (computerized) label and curled size/fabric content label. Overall, a rarely encountered Ramirez gamer. LOA from Heritage Auctions.

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    October, 2012
    25th-27th Thursday-Saturday
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