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Rod Carew 1974 Minnesota Twins Jersey

Rod Carew 1974 Minnesota Twins Jersey

The sweet swinging Carew was as dangerous with the bat as he was on the bags. In addition to being the most complete player of his time, he is one of only two players (the other being Ty Cobb) to lead Major League Baseball in batting average in three consecutive years, doing so from 1973-1975. From that amazing era comes this, his white Minnesota "home" pull-over jersey. On front, "Twins" is sewn in double layer tackle twill over his number "29", while on back "29" appears again in larger form. The left sleeve owns a classic team logo patch and the tail is sewn with a "74" year tag chain-stitched in blue. Manufactured by Wilson, with their [size] "40" manufacturer's tag in the collar. Add to all of the above an assortment of scuffs and field markings on the jersey's front and what you have is the best Carew knit we have offered to date.


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