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Own this spectacular game-worn jersey from the greatest defensive third baseman of all-time - Brooks Robinson. The Hall of Fame vacuum cleaner and 16-time Gold Glove award winner wore this specific jersey during the 1971 World Series vs. the Pirates, and it has been photo-matched to Game 2 of that Fall Classic, in which Baltimore played four games on their Memorial Stadium home turf. The jersey is signed on the front with "ROBINSON 5" on the back and "ORIOLES 5" on the front. There is a Rawlings size 40 designation and wash tag inside the tail. Comes with MEARS 10 LOA. Despite his team falling short in a thrilling seven games, Robinson batted .318 with five RBI for the O's during the Series, one year removed from his MVP and championship season. Brooks played his entire 23-year pro career in Baltimore, and this uniform number will not be seen on an Orioles player again as it was retired immediately upon his departure in 1977. As yet another sign of his greatness, Robinson became one of just a handful of elite players to earn induction into Cooperstown in his first year of eligibility. Also comes with full photo-match LOA from Real Game Used (RGU).
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