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    Late 1960's Bob Gibson Game Worn & Signed St. Louis Cardinals Cap. Bob Gibson played his best when it mattered the most, a fact that can be easily corroborated by his 7-2 record, 1.89 ERA, and ninety-two strikeouts in eighty-one innings over the course of three World Series.

    Gibson wore this fire engine red cap, with "St. L" in white/blue, during the peak of his career in the 1960's, a decade which saw him garner nine Gold Gloves, two Cy Young awards, two World Series MVPs, and a league MVP. This New Era pro model lid displays Gibson's 9.5/10 black sharpie autograph on the outer brim and "45" on the inner brim. Furthermore, while this exemplar exhibits definite game wear, it also remains in superb condition.

    Picture Gibson on the mound during a hot summer day in the 1960's, this very cap pulled down low over his eyes as he stares down his adversary, while forging a reputation as the most intimidating hurler of his era. LOA from Heritage Auctions. Pre-certified by PSA/DNA.

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    May, 2019
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