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Eddie Murray Dodgers 1988-89 Game Worn-Used White Rawlings Jersey

Eddie Murray could flat out hit, but he could also hit for power, hit in the clutch and field. Twenty-one seasons after his arrival in the bigs, the Hall of Famer retired with what were considered monster stats at that time - .287 average, 504 HRs, 3,255 hits and .476 slugging percentage. "Steddie Eddie" Murray started career with the Baltimore Orioles. He was traded in 1988 to the Los Angeles Dodgers in which he had three successful seasons.Dodgers in 1989. This is denoted in the collar tagging along with the maufacturer - Rawlings size 46 and dates from 1988-89. NOB on back is in two color tackle twill (white/blue). Overall, it shows great use with thread fraying/ruckling on the identifiers.This Year/set tag was pulled out by murray because it was bothering his neck.Obtained directly from the L.A. Dogers' bat boy.


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