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(5) 1988-1994 Baltimore Orioles Game-Worn Jerseys With B. Anderson

Lot Number 470

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High-flying Orioles from the final days at Memorial Stadium to the unveiling of Camden Yards wore and/or signed these (5) jerseys. The garments showcase the team’s familiar black-and-orange and show light to moderate wear with twill identifiers and proper tagging. Includes: Brady Anderson: 1990 road; Francisco de la Rosa: 1991 Sunday home; Jeffery Hammonds: 1994 home (autographed); Arthur Rhodes: 1994 home (autographed); 1988 Home Jersey: of uncertain origin. More on our website.

Brady Anderson 1990 Game-Worn Baltimore Orioles Road Jersey: a gray knit button-down garment with “Orioles” sewn across the chest in black-on-orange twill, “9” sewn to the back and left front and “ANDERSON” arched on a nameplate atop the back number in like fashion. Orange-and-black striped trim lines the sleeve endings, while a Velcro fastener resides between the second and third buttons. On the tapered left front tail’s interior, a “Rawlings” size “44” label is accompanied by a “SET 1 1990” flap tag. The all-original gamer shows light wear.

Francisco de la Rosa 1991 Game-Worn Baltimore Orioles Sunday Home Jersey: an orange knit button-down garment with “Orioles” angled across the chest in black-on-white twill, “58” sewn to the back and left front and “De La ROSA” arched on a nameplate atop the back number in like fashion. Orange-and-black striped stretch ribbed knit lines the sleeve endings, while the tapered left front tail’s interior is home to a “Rawlings” size “42” label and “SET 1 1991” flap tag. The all-original gamer shows light wear.

Jeffery Hammonds 1994 Signed Game-Worn Baltimore Orioles Home Jersey: a white knit button-down garment with “Orioles” sewn across the chest in orange-on-black twill, “11” sewn to the back and left front and “HAMMONDS” arched on a nameplate atop the back number in like fashion. Just below the back number, Hammonds’ black marker autograph projects (“9”) strength and clarity. Orange-and-black striped stretch ribbed knit lines the sleeve endings, while an MLB silhouette logo 125th anniversary patch adorns the right sleeve. The tapered left front tail is home to a “Russell Athletic” size “44” label. The all-original gamer shows moderate wear with very faint dirt stains.

Arthur Rhodes 1994 Signed Game-Worn Baltimore Orioles Home Jersey: a white knit button-down garment with “Orioles” sewn across the chest in black-on-orange twill, “53” sewn to the back and left front and “RHODES” arched on a nameplate atop the back number in like fashion. Just below the front number, Rhodes has signed in black marker (“8-9” strength). Orange-and-black striped stretch ribbed knit lines the sleeve endings, while an MLB silhouette logo 125th anniversary patch adorns the right sleeve. The tapered left front tail is home to a “Russell Athletic” size “46” label, a strip tag denoting “53 RHODES 94-2” and a fabric content flap tag. The all-original gamer shows moderate wear, with minimal pilling on the back.

1988 Baltimore Orioles Team-Issued Home Jersey: a white knit button-down garment with “Orioles” angled across the chest in orange-on-black twill, “10” sewn to the back and left front and “HERNANDEZ” arched on a nameplate atop the back number in like fashion. Orange-and-black striped stretch ribbed knit lines the collar, while orange-black-and-white striped stretch ribbed knit lines the sleeve endings. On the left sleeve, “EBW” is sewn in black felt letters in memory of deceased owner Edward Bennett Williams. The left side seam’s interior is home to a “Rawlings” size “42” label and a “SET 1 1988” flap tag. The all-original jersey shows moderate wear with dirt stains about the front and separation along the back “1.” The wearer is unknown, as no Orioles player wore number “10” in 1988 and there was no “Hernandez” on the roster. The possibility of spring training is eliminated, as Williams passed away on August 13. One possibility is that it was used in workouts by former Oriole Leo Hernandez, who last played with the club in 1985 and played in the Mexican League during 1988. Hernandez had worn number “3” while with the Orioles, but that number was taken by Billy Ripken in 1988.

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