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    2005 Curt Schilling Opening Day Game Issued Boston Red Sox Jersey. Opening Day is a special time of year throughout the baseball world. But in 2005, Opening Day was an entirely different cause for celebration. Eighty-six years of frustration and heartache were finally put to rest as the Red Sox comfortably slipped championship rings onto their fingers. To commemorate that special occasion, the team incorporated metallic gold into their jersey scheme. The traditional two-color tackle twill identifiers also had a little gold built in for good measure. Accentuating the left sleeve is a "2004 World Series Champions" circular patch worn only for the ring ceremony contest. World Series hero Curt Schilling was issued this "Majestic [size] 52" jersey for the team's opening day contest, signing above his #38. A Majestic manufacturer's label and '"38 52 05" swatch appears in the tail. The inner side has Majestic's "0062" inventory code. LOA from Heritage Auctions. Pre-certified by PSA/DNA.

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