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One of possibly two jerseys that Carbo could have worn the night he made World Series history. True Boston Red Sox fans know who the real hero of the Sixth Game of the 1975 World Series was. Number 1 in your program, and in your hearts. Bernie Carbo. If Bernie Carbo did not foul off several tough 3-2 pitches from Cincy ace reliever, Rawly Eastwick, before launching the game-tying HR, Carlton Fisk would not have done his hand-waving thing! Bernie Carbo is as much a part of Boston Red Sox folklore as any to wear the red hose, because he was a central figure in the team’s 1975 version of dashed hopes and missed opportunities. Offered here is his #1, now a retired number, home jersey from that historic season. The Red Sox issued two home uniforms to its players in 1975, and since Game 6 was played at home, you have a 50/50 chance of acquiring a jersey that truly belongs in Cooperstown! In beautiful condition with all the proper tagging and a 1975 tag stitched in the tail. Came from a gentleman with close associations to the team.
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