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    2015 Yadier Molina Game Worn & Signed St. Louis Cardinals Turn Back the Clock Jersey. Yadier Molina has set the standard for catching greatness. It is safe in assuming Molina's bust will forever be captured in Cooperstown once he decides to retire. An eight-time Gold Glove recipient, Molina is still one of the game's best backstops and face of the Cardinals' organization.

    The future Hall of Famer wore this "Majestic size 46" jersey during a Turn Back the Clock series. The team wore jerseys modeled after what they wore in 1985. The right sleeve showcases a 1985 30th Anniversary patch while the left sleeve has an "OT" memorial reference to Oscar Taveras. The birds-on-bat logo is chenille-filled while the numbers and NOB are in two-color tackle twill. Molina provided his personal authentication with a signature on back and "Game Used" inscription. The tail features these tags: Majestic, size and Majestic bar code. The inner side has a Majestic "62TB" label. LOA from Heritage Auctions. Full LOA from PSA/DNA. Auction LOA from SGC Authentic.

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    October, 2018
    18th-19th Thursday-Friday
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