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1975 Pawtucket Red Sox – Tony Conigliaro Game-Worn McAuliffe Home JerseyGo Back
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Tony Conigliaro is synonymous with one of the greatest on-field tragedies. It was during the 1967 season when he was hit in the face with a pitch by Jack Hamilton. The velocity and impact shattered his cheekbone, dislocated his jaw and severely injured his eye. Eventually, he did return to the field but he was never the same. Boston Red Sox faithful will always remember him as one of the best.
Presented is one of his Pawtucket Red Sox game worn jerseys from the 1975 season. Conigliaro was sent down to the minors on June 14th to make room for Denny Doyle on the roster. Tony C. spent 37 games with the minor league team that season.
The jersey is a knit pullover with all the letters “Red Sox” and numbers “25” in red and white tackle twill on the front/back and red/blue on the sleeves. The front tail has the wash instructions label with year 1975. The Bicenntenial patch on the sleeve was removed as the outline still is visible. The collar has the McAuliffe tagging along with the size 44. Overall, the jersey shows excellent wear with thread fraying and visible wear on the identifiers.
|Dimensions||12 × 12 × 12 in|