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    2006 Derek Jeter Game Worn New York Yankees Cap. Arguably the greatest season ever posted by this first-ballot Hall of Famer, the Yankees captain was barely edged out by Tigers catcher Justin Morneau for the American League MVP, the closest Jeter has ever come to the prize. His .343 average was the second best of his career, as was his total of ninety-seven runs batted in. Another Silver Slugger and Gold Glove were added to his bulging trophy room as well. The presented cap exhibits solid, sweaty wear from that fine campaign, with "New Era [size] 7 1/4" tagging at interior headband and number "2" in marker under visor. A flawless silver sharpie signature is applied to the brim. Sticker and letter of authenticity from Steiner Sports, the official marketing company of the New York Yankees, are present. LOA from Steiner Sports. Pre-certified by PSA/DNA. Auction LOA from James Spence Authentication.

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    May, 2012
    3rd-5th Thursday-Saturday
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