2005 Mike DeJean Game-Worn Jersey Mets – COA MLB & Team LOAGo Back
Mike DeJean was traded to the New York Mets during the 2004 season, but was released in June 2005. With the Mets, DeJean posted 3-1 record and 6.31 ERA. In July 2005, DeJean signed with the Rockies, re-joining the team that he began his career with in 1997. With the Rockies, DeJean posted 2-3 record and 3.19 ERA in 38 games, all in relief.
Presented is a DeJean game worn jersey from 2005. On the inner front left tail is the “Majestic” manufacturer’s tag with flag tag size “52” with 1″ body (extra length) and Set 2 2005. On the left inseam is the “100% POLYESTER” tag with wash instructions. Between the second and third buttons are two corresponding pieces of velcro. Across the front reads “Mets”. Adjacent below and on back is the player number “35”.
Across the back is the player name “DeJEAN”. All lettering and numbering is done in the same blue glacier on white on orange tackle twill. On the left sleeve is the “Mets” patch embroidered in orange, blue, black and white on white tackle twill. Adjacent below is the Majestic “M” embroidered in white. On the rear collar is the official “MLB” logo embroidered in orange, blue and white. Overall, shows mild wear.
Authentication: MLB Hologram & Team Letter