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1972 Game-Worn White Sox Jersey (Spring Training)

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1972 Game-Worn White Sox Jersey (Spring Training)

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Bill Veeck was always on the cutting edge style-wise. While the mid-to-late ’70s saw several teams adopt uniforms known derisively as “softball” style, disco-era, or pajama styles, Chicago was a little more traditional when they ushered in knit jerseys. This size “40” zip-up variety was worn during Spring Training in 1972. The Columbia blue jersey features all its identifiers in two-color tackle twill. The underscored team insignia has “WHITE SOX” in chenille – the same as used by the Cardinals. What an introduction into the knit era! Red-white-red piping surrounds the neckline and sleeves. “Mc CLAIN” is chain-stitched to a powder blue swatch in the collar. Situated in the tail is a “72 Set 1” swatch and size label. The jersey shows outstanding wear with tremendous puckering. The zipper is fully functional. No player rostered with the ChiSox wore #53 in the 1970s, and given the high number, we interpret that this was worn only when the team was preparing for the regular season.

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1972,Game-Worn,Jersey,Uniform  Bill Veeck,Spring Training

Auction End: 29-Jan-08  Post Views: 1992

$100.00  Price; $0.00 – $0.00




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