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    2014 Rick Porcello Game Worn Detroit Tigers Turn Back the Clock Uniform. The Red Sox acquired a front line starter when they secured the services of Rick Porcello. The main man in the blockbuster Yoenis Cespedes trade with Detroit, Porcello will be involved in plenty of spotlight games in Beantown. A steady starter, Porcello has gotten better and better as the years have gone by. Worn by the righty during a 12-2 loss against Texas is this "AIS [size] 50" pinstriped jersey. Porcello was roughed up in his 5 1/3 innings of work as he allowed eight runs - May 24, 2014. The pullover shows appropriate one game wear. Each of the identifiers is in single-color tackle twill. The inner tail includes a manufacturer's tag and "1" flag tag. A back number has an MLB hologram (HZ 176463) affixed. Also included are the pants worn by Porcello that day. These labels appear in the waistline: "AIS [size] 35," "28, "21" and MLB hologram. MLB Authentic HZ 176463 and HZ 177533. LOA from Heritage Auctions.

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    May, 2015
    14th-16th Thursday-Saturday
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