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1991 Chicago White Sox - Frank Thomas Game-Worn / Used Away Jersey (Comiskey Park Inaugural Year Patch)

The Big Hurt still inflicted a ration of pain on opposing pitchers during this strike-shortened season, clubbing thirty-eight home runs despite a league-leading 109 walks, earning him his second consecutive M.V.P. Award.

The front of the away jersey has the two-color black/white tackle twill "Chicago" logo. The reverse has his name "THOMAS" and number "35" in the same black/white shadow twill. There is a central velcro piece to help keep the button path flat. Overall shows great wear with thread fraying on the identifiers etc. Rawlings [size] "46" label in tail with SET 2 1991 flap tag. The highlight is the 1991 Comiskey Park patch on the right sleeve with White Sox logo on left.

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