1957 Milwaukee Braves Game-Worn Jacket
Hall of Fame second baseman Red Schoendienst joined the Milwaukee Braves in June of 1957 and batted .310 with his new club, helping lead the team to the pennant and, ultimately, World Series crown. Throughout the final four months of the season, including the Fall Classic, Red wore this wonderful jacket with buck-skin lining, leather-trimmed pockets, working zipper and his #4 sewn inside the front tail. There is Wilson size 42 tagging in the collar with another player's nickname ("Jolly") written below the tag as the jacket was handed down to Red when he joined the club from the Giants in a trade for . Danny O'Connell. Overall, it's in fine condition. The 1957 Braves won a thrilling Game 7 World Series game at Yankee Stadium to claim the city's only World Series crown.
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