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2007 Arizona Diamondbacks - Randy Johnson Game-Worn Used & Signed Jersey

Known as "The Big Unit" for his stature on the mound, Randy Johnson has accomplished more than what most major league hurlers have obtained in a lifetime. This year (2015) he will be inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. 

Presented is one of his black alternate game worn jerseys from the 2007 season when he returned back to the Arizona Diamondbacks from the Yankees. The jersey has the collar tag 2007 143 and a front Majestic Authentic with size 52 flap on the front. Interior has a 0062 inventory / fabric tag in the side seem. Great team logo across the front and sleeve. Reverse has JOHNSON across the top portion and his number "51". The back number was also signed in silver paint pen for added measure.  Overall has good use with malleable tagging and some loose threads.


100% Authentic Team, JSA Auction House Letter

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