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New York Mets 1980s-1990s Game-Worn Lot of (3) With Magaden and A. Pena

Lot Number 772

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Shea Stadium icons of the 1980s and 1990s wore these (3) New York Mets apparel items. Highlights include: Magaden blue mesh short sleeve pullover warm-up shirt with “NY” sewn to the left breast in orange pile, “MAGADEN” embroidered atop the back in orange-on-white and “29” embroidered to the right sleeve in like fashion; A. Peña blue satin-like button-down jacket with “NY” sewn to the left breast in orange pile on blue felt, “PEÑA” embroidered to the back in orange-on-white and “26” sewn to the right sleeve in like fashion. More on our website.

Dave Magaden 1986-1992 New York Mets Game-Worn Warm-Up Shirt a 3-1/2”-diameter skyline-themed team logo patch adorns the left sleeve, orange-white-and-blue striped stretch ribbed knit lines the collar, waistline and sleeve endings and a “Starter” size “XL” label resides within the zippered collar. Moderate wear is evident with faint stains throughout and color fading on the back name.

Alejandro Peña 1990-1991 New York Mets Game-Worn Jacket the left sleeve is home to a 3-3/4”-diameter skyline-themed team logo patch, there are two front pockets and the sleeve endings have elasticized lining. Within the 4”-wide collar, a “Starter” label denotes size “XL.” Minimal wear is evident.

”Ramirez” 1990s New York Mets Game-Worn Jacket a blue nylon button-down garment with “NY” sewn to the left breast in orange pile on blue felt, “RAMIREZ” embroidered to the back in orange-on-white and “65” embroidered to the right sleeve in like fashion. A 3-3/4”-diameter skyline-themed team logo patch adorns the left sleeve, while orange-white-and-blue striped stretch ribbed knit lines the collar, waistline and sleeve endings. There are two front pockets and the collar’s interior is home to a “Starter” label and size “XL” flap tag. Note: of the three players named “Ramirez” in Mets history, none have worn the number “65,” leading us to conclude that this jacket was worn during a spring training session. Light wear is evident.

 
 
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