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    1993 Rick Aguilera All-Star Game Worn & Signed Minnesota Twins Jersey With FanFest Charity Documentation. Kirby Puckett was the game's MVP at Camden Yards, and this jersey was worn by his Twins teammate as he pitched a scoreless top of the eighth, striking out two to help defend the Junior Circuit's eventual victory. A pair of letters from Major League Baseball and the original invoice accompany the jersey. "Twins 38" appears in two-tone tackle twill on chest, with "Aguilera 38" on verso. Left and right sleeves hold team logo and All-Star Game patches respectively. Lower left front tail provides "Russell Athletic Diamond Collection [size] 48" tagging with "2" Extra Length" flap tag below. Upper left chest is signed in 9/10 black sharpie. Fan Fest charity documentation as noted. LOA from Richard White. LOA from Donald Fehr. LOA from Heritage Auctions.

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    October, 2021
    23rd Saturday
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