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1972 Clyde Wright Game-Worn Jersey Angels – COA 100% Authentic Team – send backGo Back
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Clyde Wright was selected to the All-Star team in 1970, the only All-Star selection of his career. He was the losing pitcher of the game (which was played at the newly opened Riverfront Stadium eleven days after his no-hitter), giving up the single to fellow Tennessee native Jim Hickman (his eventual 1970 National League Comeback Player of the Year counterpart) in the 12th inning,
Wright went 16-17 in 1971 with a 2.99 ERA and a career-high 135 strikeouts and 18-11 in 1972 with a 2.98 ERA before slumping to 11-19 in 1973. Injuries were a cause for the struggles; Wright had so much back pain in 1973 that he could not even bend over.
This gray road California Angels pullover jersey, from 1972 was worn by Clyde Wright. Sewn on across the front in red and navy tackle twill is the “Angels” logo. The back of the jersey has his number “7” sewn on in red and navy tackle twill. The lower front interior part of the tail has the “McAuliffe – 1972 [size] 44” manufacturers’ size tag. The sleeves and collar are accented in red/blue striping. The jersey shows evidence of moderate use with thread fraying on the identifiers etc. It also has discoloration from age/storage.
Authentication: 100% Authentic Team
1972 Clyde Wright Game-Worn Jersey Angels