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1977-1997 Baltimore Orioles Game-Worn Jersey and Pants Lot of (10)

Lot Number 434

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From the days marked by Earl Weaver’s “pitching, defense and 3-run homer” recipe to the early years at the scenic Camden Yards venue, these (10) tried and true garments were worn by Baltimore Orioles players. Includes: (7) Jerseys: Bautista (1991 road); Grimsley (1977 road); Melvin (1990 road); McKnight (1991 home); Pardo (1985 road); Reboulet (1997 warm-up); and Wortington (1989 road); and (3) Pants: Maddox (1977 home); Sheets (1985 home); and a 1985 home pair (user unknown). More on our website.

Jose Bautista 1991 Baltimore Orioles Game-Worn Road Jersey: a gray knit button-down garment with “Orioles” angled across the chest in black-on-orange twill, “48” sewn to the back and right front and “BAUTISTA” arched on a nameplate atop the back number in like fashion. Orange-and-black stretch ribbed knit lines the sleeve endings. Near the left side seam’s interior, a “Rawlings” size “46” label is accompanied by a “SET 1 1991” flap tag. Light to moderate wear is evident, with minor fraying about the twill components.

Ross Grimsley 1977 Baltimore Orioles Game-Worn Road Jersey: a gray knit button-down garment with “Orioles” angled across the chest in orange-on-black twill, “48” sewn to the back and right front and “GRIMSLEY” arched on a nameplate atop the back number in like fashion. Orange-and-black stretch ribbed knit lines the collar, while orange-white-and-black striped stretch ribbed knit lines the sleeve endings. Within the cotton-lined collar, a “Wilson” label denotes size “44,” while the tapered left front tail is home to a swatch with chain-stitched “77” and “2” identifiers (respectively denoting year and set number). Excellent game wear is evident with perspiration-induced soiling along the collar’s interior lining, as well as minor fraying about the twill components.

Elliott Maddox 1977 Baltimore Orioles Game-Worn Home Pants: cream-colored knit leg wear with orange-white-and-black striped trim lining the outer legs, a three-button zippered fly and two cotton-lined back pockets. Within the drawstring-lined orange-white-and-black elasticized waistband, a “Rawlings” size “34” label is accompanied by a strip tag with chain-stitched identifiers reading “34 24 27 1 77.” Along the interior, there are (2) black marker notations of “21,” suggest8ing wear by Maddox. Moderate wear is evident.

Jeff McKnight 1991 Baltimore Orioles Game-Worn Home Jersey: a white knit button-down garment with “Orioles” angled across the chest in orange-on-black twill, “38” sewn to the back and right front in like fashion and “McKNIGHT” arched on a nameplate atop the back number in like fashion. Black-and-orange striped trim lines the sleeve endings, while the left side seam’s interior is home to a “Rawlings” size “44” label and a “SET 1 1990” flap tag. Within the collar, a handwritten notation of “2” suggests prior of subsequent wear by another player. Also of note is the player number and 1990 tag, as McKnight wore number “13” in 1990 and did not wear number “38” until 1991. Solid game wear is evident with fading and puckering about the twill components.

Bob Melvin 1990 Baltimore Orioles Game-Worn Road Jersey: a gray knit button-down garment with “Orioles” angled across the chest in black-on-orange twill, “2” sewn to the back and right front and “MELVIN” arched on a nameplate atop the back number in like fashion. Orange-and-black striped trim lines the sleeve endings. Near the left side seam’s interior, a “Rawlings” size “44” label is accompanied by a “SET 1 1989” flap tag, as well as a “2 inch extra length” tag. Excellent game wear is evident with color fading throughout and minimal puckering on the twill components.

Al Pardo 1985 Baltimore Orioles Game-Worn Road Jersey: a gray knit button-down garment with “Orioles” angled across the chest in orange-on-black twill, “26” sewn to the back and right front and “PARDO” arched on a nameplate atop the back number in like fashion. Orange-and-black stretch ribbed knit lines the collar, while orange-white-and-black striped stretch ribbed knit lines the sleeve endings. The tapered left front tail is home to a “Sand-Knit/MacGregor” size “44” tag and a “Medalist/Sand-Knit” Baltimore Orioles exclusivity tag. The rear tail's interior is home to strip tags respectively denoting "85 44S," "PARDO" (written in black marker) and "56" (written in black marker). Light wear is evident.
Did you know … ? Al Pardo is one of four Majors League players born in Spain and of those four, the only to record a hit (Pardo had 17) and a home run (Pardo hit 1).

Jeff Reboulet 1997 Baltimore Orioles Game-Worn Warm-Up Jersey: a black mesh pullover garment with “Orioles” sewn across the chest in orange-on-black-on-white twill. “36” sewn to the back and “REBOULET” arched atop the back number in like fashion. The left sleeve is home to a team logo patch and a Baltimore bicentennial logo patch. On the right sleeve, a patch commemorates the 50th anniversary of Jackie Robinson’s debut. Within the two-button collar, a “Russell Athletic” size “44” tag is accompanied by “3” Extra Body Length” tag. The tapered left front tail is home to a “Russell Athletic” size “44” label and a strip tag denoting “1997.” Light wear is evident.

Larry Sheets 1985 Baltimore Orioles Game-Worn Home Pants; white knit leg wear with orange-white-and-black trim lining the outer legs, a three-button zippered fly and two cotton-lined back pockets. Within the orange-white-and-black striped elasticized waistband’s interior, a “Rawlings’ size “36” label is accompanied by a strip tag with chenille-stitched identifiers reading “21 36-38 26 1 85,” as well as a “SET 1 1985” flap tag. Just above, there are black marker notations of “SHEETS” and “18.” Light wear.

Craig Worthington 1989 Baltimore Orioles Game-Worn Road Jersey: a gray knit button-down garment with “Orioles” angled across the chest in black-on-orange twill, “11” sewn to the back and right front and “WORTHINGTON” arched on a nameplate atop the back number in like fashion. Orange-and-black striped trim lines the sleeve endings. Near the left side seam’s interior, a “Rawlings” size “40” label is accompanied by a “SET 1 1989” flap tag. Excellent game wear is evident with color fading throughout.
While Worthington’s career as a full-time player only lasted three seasons, the 1989 campaign (during which he wore this jersey) was a memorable one, indeed, as he launched 15 home runs and drove in 70 for the “Why Not?” Orioles and was fourth in the American League Rookie of the Year balloting.

1995 Baltimore Orioles Game-Worn Home Pants: white knit leg wear with orange-and-black striped trim lining the outer legs, a two-button zippered fly, two micro-mesh-lined back pockets and seven belt loops. The waistline’s interior is home to a “Rawlings” label, a size “32” flap tag and a strip tag with stitched identifiers reading “32 27 95.” Additional interior flap tags include a “Rawlings” size “32” tag and a tag denoting “inseam 27”.” Light wear.

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