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    2009 Ichiro Suzuki Game Worn Seattle Mariners Jersey with Ichiro Letter. For the fourth of five consecutive seasons, this crafty superstar dominated the American League with his Dead Ball Era slap-and-sprint antics, leading all Junior Circuit batsmen with 225 base hits. This home white jersey dates to the heart of Ichiro's Hall of Fame prime, punctuated by a .352 average that stands as the second highest of his fifteen Major League campaigns thus far.

    A tri-tone tackle twill "Mariners" arches gently across the chest, with "Ichiro 51" applied similarly to verso. Team logo patch appears at left sleeve. A softened Majestic label is joined by three other pertinent tags in the tail: size "44," "+1/8 slv" (written in black marker) and "Property of Seattle Mariners 2009." A curled-up "0062" inventory coded flag label is found in the inner side seam, an indication of solid game wear. A black sharpie signature on verso rates 9/10. LOA from Ichiro Suzuki/Mill Creek Sports. LOA from Heritage Auctions. Full LOA from PSA/DNA. Auction LOA from James Spence Authentication.

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    November, 2015
    5th-7th Thursday-Saturday
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