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    2011 Hideki Matsui Game Issued Oakland Athletics Uniform. Second only to Sadaharu Oh in Japanese slugging lore, the man they called "Godzilla" was a monster for the New York Yankees, and MVP of the 2009 World Series, before bouncing around the American League for three years prior to his retirement at the end of the 2012 season. This full ensemble of jersey, pants and cap was issued to Matsui by the Oakland A's but never worn, the authenticity assured by a pair of MLB Authentic stickers in the jersey and cap respectively. Garments were purchased at the 2013 A's Fan Fest, a brochure from which is included. Many consider Matsui a likely Hall of Famer, and those who do will see this as an attractive investment opportunity. MLB Authentic FJ728471. MLB Authentic FJ728316. LOA from Heritage Auctions.

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    May, 2015
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