Whoever “wore the pants” in the late-1960s to early-1970s did so in oppressive conditions. These heavy flannel leg wear items include: Tony Oliva 1967 Game-Worn Twins Road Pants with (6) belt loops, a five-button fly and two cotton-lined back pockets; Don McMahon 1970 Game-Worn Giants Home Pants with orange-and-black piping down the sides, a four-button fly, (7) belt loops and two cotton-lined back pockets. Both show great game wear. More on our website.
Tony Oliva 1967 Game-Worn Minnesota Twins Road Pants the cotton-lined waistband is home to a “Wilson” label and a strip tag with chain stitched notations of “Oliva I6” 67.” Additionally, there are handwritten notations suggesting subsequent wear. Multiple names have been written in vintage black marker, a handwritten “40” resides just to the left of the “Wilson” label and “Yankee Winter Program” is written on the right pocket lining. Outstanding game wear characteristics include pilling throughout and multiple holes near the left knee.
Don McMahon 1970 San Francisco Giants Game-Worn Home Pants the cotton-lined waistband features a “McAuliffe” label and “70” tag. Flanking those items are chain-stitched notations of “McMahon” and “38 28.” There are dirt stains throughout and minor tears on both knees.
Also included is a pair of black knit stirrup socks, likely worn by McMahon with his 1970 San Francisco Giants home pants.
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