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1980s-2000s Baltimore Orioles Game-Issued Lot of (7) With (4) Warm-Up Jerseys and (3) Jackets

Lot Number 527

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High-flying Birds soar to dizzying heights in this lot of (7) Baltimore Orioles team-issued apparel items. Varying degrees of wear are evident on these all-original garments tailored from the franchise’s familiar black and orange. Includes: (4) Warm-Up Jerseys: (1) 1980s orange; (1) 1990s black, (1) 2000s black; and (1) 2000s orange spring training; (3) Jackets: (2) 1990s team jackets and (1) 2000s windbreaker. More on our website.

1980s Baltimore Orioles Game-Worn Sunday Home Warm-Up Jersey: an orange mesh pullover garment with “Orioles” angled across the chest in black-on-white twill and “42” sewn to the back in like fashion. Black-and-white striped stretch ribbed knit lines the V-neck, while black-white-and-orange striped stretch ribbed knit lines the sleeve endings. The right sleeve is home to a “Rawlings” label, while the left front tail’s interior features a “Rawlings” size “46” label and a flap tag denoting “3 inch extra length.” Heavy wear is evident with puckering about the twill components, a small tear along the left shoulder seam and a handwritten notation on the back tail. Based on the number and tagging style, the jersey was likely worn by former pitcher Tom Underwood during the 1984 season.

1990s Baltimore Orioles Warm-Up Jersey: a black mesh pullover garment with “Orioles” sewn across the chest in orange-on-white twill and “37” sewn to the back in like fashion. The tapered left front tail is home to a “Rawlings” size “46” label. Light wear is evident. The number and style suggest that the jersey was worn by Glenn Davis (1991-1993).

Elrod Hendricks 2000-2005 Baltimore Orioles Game-Worn Warm-Up Jersey: a black mesh pullover garment with a two-button collar, “Orioles” sewn across the chest in orange-on-black twill and “44” sewn to the back in like fashion. An MLB silhouette logo is sewn atop the back in Orioles team colors. The tapered left front tail is home to a “Majestic” label and a size “46” flap tag. Moderate wear is evident.

2000s Baltimore Orioles Spring Training Warm-Up Jersey: an orange micromesh button-down garment with “Orioles” sewn across the chest in black-on-orange twill and “50” sewn to the back in solid black twill. An MLB silhouette logo is sewn atop the back in Orioles team colors, while black panels adorn the shoulders. The tapered left front tail is home to a “Majestic” appliqué label, while the left side seam features a size “50” tag and the left side seam’s interior has a fabric content tag with a “0065” gamer code. There are multiple possibilities for the number “50,” including former reliever Jorge Julio (2002-2005). Moderate wear is evident with minor pilling throughout.

1989-1997 Baltimore Oriole Jacket: a black nylon button-down garment with orange accents, a quilted lining, a 2-1/2”-wide collar, “Orioles” embroidered to the right breast in orange-on-white and a Bird logo embroidered to a white felt plate on the left sleeve. In Orioles team colors, an MLB silhouette logo is sewn atop the back. There are two front pockets, while black-and-orange striped stretch ribbed knit lines the waistline and sleeve endings. Within the collar, a “Starter” label is accompanied by a size “XL” tag and a handwritten notation of “26.” The latter identifier suggests wear by former manager Johnny Oates (1991-1994).

1990s Baltimore Orioles Jacket: a black nylon button-down garment with orange sleeves and “Orioles” sewn across the chest in orange-and-black embroidery on a white twill plate. There are two front pockets and a quilted lining. Orange-black-and-white striped stretch ribbed knit lines the collar, waistline and sleeve endings. Within the collar, a “Starter” label is accompanied by a size “XL” flap tag. In the absence of numeric or name identifiers, it is impossible to attribute the jacket to a specific player. Light wear is evident.

2000-2008 Baltimore Orioles Windbreaker: a black nylon pullover garment with a two-button collar, a team logo embroidered to the left breast and orange cotton panels lining the back of the shoulders. In Orioles team colors, an MLB silhouette logo adorns the base of the neck. Elasticity lines the waistline and sleeve endings. The mesh-lined collar is home to a “Starter” label and a size “XXL” flap tag.

 
 
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