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1986 Ray Knight Game-Used Glove (from World Series)

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1986 Ray Knight Game-Used Glove (from World Series)

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There were plenty of Mets heroes in the 1986 World Series. Although most fans recall the Buckner error in Game 6, few remember that the Red Sox actually held a 3-0 lead going into the sixth inning before the Mets staged a comeback and, ultimately, a victory. (Game 7 was also a nailbiter, but the handwriting was on the wall.) Ray Knight, whose able work at third base and timely hitting, got the nod as the Series’ MVP. After Game 7 (and as the celebration ensued), Knight tossed his glove, cap and a ball to a security guard. That officer gave the ball and cap to friends, but he kept the mitt. Now offered, directly from that long-time Mets security cop, is the glove Ray Knight used in the 1986 World Series. This gorgeous 11 3/4″ tan Louisville Slugger 145 Series LeatherLite model G125-10LL glove shows tremendous use, suggesting it served duty through the regular season as well. It’s fashioned with a single-post, Double T-Bar web, and a perforated leather back. An orange and black Louisville Slugger designator is sewn into the wrist strap and a circular logo appears near the thumb. “RAY KNIGHT” is embroidered on the thumb in blue. The glove shows consistent game use throughout, and this unique relic will serve to remind Mets devotees how thrilling that ’86 World Series was.

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