In the throes of an eight-decade “curse,” the 1988 Red Sox won their second A.L. East crown in three seasons, only to be ousted in the ALCS in orderly fashion. As he posted career-bests in home runs (22), RBI (119) and batting average (.325), outfielder Mike Greenwell wore this Red Sox home jersey that season on his way to runner-up credentials for the MVP award. The white knit button-down garment features twill identifiers and proper “Wilson” tagging. Moderate wear is evident. Full photo LOA from Dave Miedema. More on our website.
The white knit button-down garment features “RED SOX” arched across the chest in red-on-blue twill and “39” sewn to the back in like fashion. Red piping lines the cotton-lined collar and button path, while the tapered left front tail is home to a “Wilson” label, a size “42” flap tag and a swatch with a chain stitched “88” identifier.