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1958 Yogi Berra Game Worn New York Yankees Jersey, MEAR
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1958 Yogi Berra Game Worn New York Yankees Jersey, MEARS A9.5. Sabermetrics calculates him to be the greatest catcher of all time, and his thirteen World Championship rings, including a record ten as a player, commemorate a record as untouchable as any in the sport. Berra was notorious for being one of the toughest outs in the Major Leagues when at the plate, five times recording more home runs than strikeouts in a season. But in his defensive role Berra was arguably even better, topping the Junior Circut eight times in putouts as catcher, three times in assists, and once in fielding percentage. That campaign of 1958, during which the Hall of Fame backstop sported these flannel pinstripes, Berra labored eighty-eight games behind home plate without a single error, becoming one of just four catchers in history to post a 1.000 fielding percentage for a complete Major League season. A single replaced button is the only deviation from perfection on this otherwise 100% original and unaltered beauty, exhibiting wear characterized as "Moderate to Heavy" by the experts at MEARS. Cultured collectors are well aware that Major Leaguers were issued two home and two road jerseys each season, so with 122 appearances during the 1958 campaign, Berra likely donned the presented jersey approximately thirty times. A photographic image of Berra joking around with Milwaukee Braves star Johnny Logan at Baltimore's Memorial Stadium tacks at least one more contest onto that tally, as the image was snapped at Berra's eleventh of fifteen consecutive All-Star Game appearances. We can see that the unique pattern of pinstripes--like fingerprints and snowflakes, no two home Yankees jerseys are identical--matches the offered jersey perfectly. The timeless design features the logo "NY" over the heart and the long-retired number "8" on verso. "Berra" appears upon an embroidered swatch inside the collar, with "58" embroidered directly into the jersey body below "Spalding [size] 44" tagging at lower left front tail. A flawless blue sharpie signature adorns the chest. Any minor staining is too insignificant to merit either a mention or a MEARS point deduction, and no tearing or other damage is present whatsoever. It is, quite simply, one of the finest representations known from the wardrobe of one of the greatest Yankees of all time. LOA from MEARS, A9.5. LOA from Heritage Auctions. Full LOA from PSA/DNA. Full LOA from James Spence Authentication. {br}{p}{div="center"} {iframe width="450" height="259" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/Ufx5ObhwDlI?wmode=transparent" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen}{/iframe}{br /} {/div}{/p}
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