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1967 Moose Stubing Game-Worn Jersey Angels – COA 100% Authentic TeamGo Back
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Moose Stubing was an American professional baseball scout, minor league manager and Major League Baseball third-base coach. Stubing attended high school in White Plains, New York, before signing his first professional contract in 1956.
His playing career consisted of just five pinch-hit at-bats with the California Angels in the 1967 season. He was a longtime fixture as a minor league player from 1956 to 1969 in the Pittsburgh Pirates, New York/San Francisco Giants, St. Louis Cardinals and Angel organizations before his brief callup in 1967, hitting .283 with 192 home runs in 1,410 games.
Presented is a Moose Stubing game worn Angels jersey from the 1967 season. The light-blue button-down garment features “ANGELS” arched across the chest in blue-on-red felt and “26” sewn top the back in like fashion. Blue-and-red piping lines the collar and sleeve endings, while the vented left front tail is home to a “Tim McAuliffe” label and tags respectively denoting “’67” and size “44.” There are four holes (as tailored) under each arm to facilitate ventilation. Overall, shows heavy wear with thread fraying on the identifiers, loose piping and soiling.
Authentication: 100% Authentic Team
1967 Moose Stubing Game-Worn Jersey Angels
Edited by Kieta New