Darlings of the Midwest, the Kansas City Royals headline this lot of (4) game-worn items. The all-original diamond artifacts show nice game wear and include: Frank White 1980s Game-Worn Jacket: a satin-like button-down garment with proper “Wilson” tagging; 2000s Game-Worn Jacket: a “Reebok” pullover garment; (2) Game-Worn Caps: includes a Jorge Orta 1984 cap and a 2000s alternate cap. Both are “New Era” models. More on our website.
Frank White 1980s Game-Worn Kansas City Royals Jacket a blue satin-like button-down garment with “Royals” angled across the chest in white twill and a team logo patch sewn to the left sleeve. Blue-and-white striped stretch ribbed cotton lines the collar, waistline and sleeve endings. The collar’s interior is home to a “Wilson” size “38” label, a leather hanger and a sizable ID patch with handwritten notations of “20 White.” The all-original jacket shows nice wear with faint dirt remnants and minimal puckering about the twill components.
2000s Kansas City Royals Game-Worn Jacket a blue nylon pullover garment with “Kansas City Royals” sewn across the chest in white and “KC” sewn to the right sleeve in like fashion. Blue-white-and-gold stretch ribbed knit lines the V-neck collar and sleeve endings. Within the collar, a “Reebok” label has a handwritten notation of “19,” suggesting that the jacket was worn by Brian Anderson (2003-2005) or Brian Bannister (2008-2010). A size “XXL” tag and a hanger accompany.
Jorge Orta 1984 Kansas City Royals Game-Worn Cap a blue wool accessory with “KC” embroidered to the front center in white and a white button atop the six-point crown suspension. The interior sweatband is home to an MLB silhouette logo tag on which “Orta 84” is inscribed in blue marker. A size “7-1/2” flap tag accompanies, as does a New Era label whose contents have faded. The item shows excessive wear with soling and separation about the sweatband.
2000s Kansas City Royals Game-Worn Alternate Cap a gray wool accessory with a blue bill, “KC” embroidered to the front center in blue and a blue button atop the six-point crown suspension. An MLB silhouette logo sewn to the back dates the cap to 2000-present. That, coupled with a handwritten notation of “52” on the bill’s underside, allows for numerous possibilities as to the player (the latest being Bruce Chen). The interior sweatband is home to a “New Era” label and a size “7-1/4” tag. Moderate wear is evident with soiling about the sweatband.