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When Darryl Kile died in 2002, the St. Louis Cardinals lost a star pitcher known for sharp, big-breaking curveball. Kile pitched for three different teams from 1991 to 2002 finishing his career with a 133-119 record, an ERA of 4.12, and 1,668 strikeouts, was a 3 time All-Star, and pitched a no-hitter in 1993. Offered is his black leather Rawlings PRO-1005BFB glove. Signed and written with his number "#57" in silver paint pen (8/10 rating), it exhibits moderate use, most noticeable on the easily fixable webbing. A sensational piece of game used equipment, with "57" written in marker on the Rawlings tag.
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