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    Circa 1984 Mike Scott Game Worn Houston Astros Jersey. Thanks to the development of his split-fingered fastball, Mike Scott became one of the most feared pitchers in all of Major League Baseball during his five-year peak, which lasted from 1985-89. During those halcyon days, Scott averaged 17 W's, 208 K's, and a 2.93 ERA while confiscating three All-Star berths, a Cy Young, and an NLCS MVP. And in 1986, he hurled a no-hitter.

    This "Goodman & Sons size 44" gamer saw action when Scott was shutting down the opposition in the mid 1980's. The "M" prefix was utilized because Houston had Mike and Tony Scott from 1981-84. Light wear is exhibited with fraying to the team name and numbers (two-color tackle twill). The NOB is single-color midnight navy blue. A moderately worn Goodman & Sons tag is in the tail. LOA from Sports Investors Authentication. LOA from Heritage Auctions.

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