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    Mid-1940's Tommy Henrich Game Worn Pants. More Hall of Fame pinstriped flannel for the legions of Yankees collectors in our Heritage clientele. "Old Reliable" compiled a perfect four and nothing World Series record during his eleven seasons in the Bronx, while earning five All-Star nods and the adoration of Big Apple baseball fans. These pants saw action in the House that Ruth Built before being reincarnated in the minors along with the Rizzuto and Stirnweiss jerseys also offered in this auction. Strong wear is to be expected for such a long life, with team repairs and staining but no damage that is particularly distracting to the eye. A felt swatch in the waistband is embroidered "Henrich" in navy thread, and is placed above the "Spalding" manufacturer's label. "Dry Clean Only" and size "38 Regular" tags frame it on either side. Return to the days when Tommy and Joe ruled the Bronx outfield with the purchase of this important relic. LOA from Lou Lampson.

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    Auction Dates
    May, 2006
    6th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 7
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