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1962 Brooks Robinson Baltimore Orioles Signed Game-Used Home Jersey

Starting Bid - $1,000.00, Sold For - $19,975.00

Baltimore Orioles home flannel jersey worn by Hall of Fame third baseman Brooks Robinson in 1962. This is the earliest Brooks Robinson jersey ever authenticated by MEARS. The zipper-front white flannel jersey is lettered "Orioles" across the front and features the number "5" on the left breast and reverse. All letters and numerals are appliquéd in orange on black felt. An Orioles team patch adorns the left sleeve. Both the uniform number and year ("5-1962") are chain-stitched in black upon a white strip tag located in the collar. A "Wilson 42" tag appears on the left front tail. Robinson has signed the jersey in black Sharpie (grading "6") in the collar. Both the reverse number and sleeve patch are partially detached along the seams, but each is still firmly anchored to the jersey. The jersey is completely original, with no alterations, and displays heavy wear, including a moderate stain on the left breast. Robinson is generally considered to be the greatest fielding third baseman in history. Although known for his glove work, he also enjoyed many fine seasons at the plate. 1962 was one of his finest seasons. Robinson batted .303 with 23 home runs and 86 RBI in 1962. He also won his third (out of an eventual record sixteen) consecutive Gold Glove Awards at season's end. Barry Halper had a particular fondness for Brooks Robinson, and because of this saved both this jersey and two Robinson game bats. Graded A8 by MEARS (10 point base grade, with 1 point deducted for the number/patch seam separation, and 1 point deducted for the stain on the front). From the Barry Halper Collection. LOAs from Dave Bushing & Troy Kinunen/MEARS and James Spence/JSA. Reserve $1,000. Estimate $2,000/$4,000.
SOLD FOR $19,975.00


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