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1966 Harmon Killebrew Autographed Game Used Jersey and Pants

1966 Harmon Killebrew Autographed Game Used Jersey and Pants

Hall of Famer Harmon Killebrew played all but the final year of his 22-year major league baseball career with the Minnesota Twins. Killebrew wore this gray flannel button-front Twins jersey during the 1966 baseball season, one of the 11 seasons that he was selected to play on the American League All Star team. The jersey has Twins across the front and Killebrew's number 3 (now retired by the Twins) on the back in navy-on-red tackle twill. There is a Spalding size 44 label on the front left tail and a washing label with a "Set 1 1966" flag tag just above the hem. Killebrew's name, number, size and the year (66) are stitched in navy thread just below the Spalding label; his name is also stitched on a felt swatch that is sewn into the collar. A Minnesota Twins patch appears on the left sleeve, and Killebrew has signed the jersey "Best Wishes - Harmon Killebrew" in black sharpie on the right front just above the letters. This jersey had undergone a number change at some point, but Killebrew's original number 3 has been restored using a vintage number 3. The pants, from another player, date from 1971 and feature a button fly, a Spalding label and "71" patch sewn inside the front of the waistband, and a "38 25" felt swatch sewn in the back of the waistband. Both the jersey and the pants show great use. LOA.

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