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    2010 Andrew McCutchen Game Worn Pittsburgh Pirates Turn Back The Clock Crawfords Jersey & Cap. After two decades of futility, the Pittsburgh Pirates are finally back atop the National League. The team's main man is five-tool star Andrew McCutchen. The reigning NL MVP, McCutchen wore this "AIS [size] 44" jersey and matching cap in a 2010 Turn Back the Clock contest. Authentication is concrete as both items have an MLB hologram (FJ 033194 and FJ 033221). The button-up pinstriped top has all its identifiers executed in single-color red tackle twill. "Crawfords" is underscored on front and "22" is sewn on back. Red piping encircles the neck and flows down the button path. A lone AIS label is applied in the tail with an MLB hologram sticker affixed. The "California Custom Caps" cap has "22" written in black marker on the underside and an MLB hologram featured. MLB hologram FJ 033194 and FJ 033221. LOA from Heritage Auctions.

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    November, 2014
    6th-8th Thursday-Saturday
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