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Willie Mays' brilliant career was starting to wind down as the '70s rolled in, and the Hall of Fame outfielder produced his last elite-level season in 1970 when he batted .291 with 28 home runs and 83 RBI. That summer with San Francisco. the "Say Hey Kid" wore these road gray pants that he signed in 7/10 black Sharpie. "MAYS" is chain-stitched inside the waist band, along with 24 32 25, refering to the uniform number, waist and inseam sizes. There's a Rawlings Size 32 tag and smaller "SET 1 #8P 1970" tag. "NO" is written in black Sharpie on another section of the inner band. Shows nice use from the 24-time All-Star and two-time Most Valuable Player.
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