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    2012 Bryce Harper Game Worn Syracuse Chiefs AAA Debut Jersey with Team Letter Photo Matched to 4/5, MEARS A10. Bryce Harper's unconventional path to the Major Leagues included a stop in Syracuse in 2012. Harper played in 21 games and dominated the competition as a nineteen year old. This would be his final stop before realizing his Major League dream. This "OT Authentic Jerseys size 48" pullover is photo matched to the team's April 5, 2012 game against the Rochester Red Wings. Harper finished with two hits in four plate appearances. This was his debut at the AAA level. "Chiefs" and "34" are in single-color royal blue, and the front is accentuated with a team emblem. Size and manufacturer's tags are in the collar while the tail holds another size tag. Authentication is secured with a team letter and COA from Resolution Photomatching. Letter of provenance from Syracuse Chiefs. LOA from Heritage Auctions. LOA from Resolution Photomatching. LOA from Sports Investors Authentication. LOA from MEARS, A10.

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    December, 2020
    10th-13th Thursday-Sunday
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