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Carl Yastrzemski 1965 Boston Red Sox Game-Worn Home Jersey - Miedema LOA

Lot Number 463

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The successor to Ted Williams, Fenway Park fixture Carl Yastrzemski shares Hall of Fame and repeated "bridesmaid" statuses with his predecessor. As he paced the Junior Circuit with 45 two-baggers in 1965, the 25-year-old wore this Boston Red Sox home jersey. The cream-colored flannel button-down garment features “RED SOX” arched across the chest in red-on-blue felt, with his since-retired number “8” sewn to the back in like fashion. Red piping lines the collar, button path and sleeve endings, while the tapered and vented left front tail features a “Tim McAuliffe” label and “’65” tag. There are four holes (as tailored) under each arm to facilitate ventilation. The all-original Beantown apparel shows moderate wear with piping separation on the collar. The size tag separated during repeated laundering. Full photo LOA from Dave Miedema.

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