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1980s Philadelphia Phillies Game-Worn Jersey Lot of (8) With B. Diaz, Tekulve and Vukovich

Lot Number 800

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Contenders and three-time postseason participants during the 1980s, the Philadelphia Phillies make a fashion statement in this lot of (8) game-worn jerseys from that decade. The knit button-down and zippered garments feature twill identifiers, proper tagging and exhibit varying degrees of game wear. Includes: L. Anderson, Bedrosian, B. Diaz, Jeltz, Munninghoff, Newell, Tekulve and Vukovich. More on our website.

Larry Anderson 1985 Game-Worn Philadelphia Phillies Home Jersey: a white knit zippered garment with a maroon pinstripe pattern, the script-style “P” logo sewn to the left breast in maroon twill, “47” sewn to the back and right front and “ANDERSON” arched on a nameplate atop the back number in like fashion (we note that the nameplate has been restored). Maroon trim lines the shoulders and sides, while a team logo patch adorns the left sleeve. Within the cotton-line collar, a lengthy swatch features “Anderson” chain stitched in black cursive. On the left front tail, a “Wilson” size “42” label is accompanied by a swatch with chain stitched identifiers reading: “85 1.” Moderate wear.

Steve Bedrosian 1988 Signed Game-Worn Philadelphia Phillies Home Jersey: a white knit button-down garment with a maroon pinstripe pattern, the script-style “P” logo sewn to the left breast in maroon twill, “40” sewn to the back and right front and “BEDROSIAN” arched on a nameplate atop the back number in like fashion. Just below the front logo, Bedrosian has signed in blue marker (“8” strength) and inscribed “1987 N.L. Cy Young – Gamer.” Maroon trim lines the shoulders and sides, while a team logo patch adorns the left sleeve. Within the collar, a “Rawlings” size “44” label is accompanied by a strip tag with “BEDROSIAN” chain stitched in maroon. A flap tag denotes “SET 1 1988.” Light wear.

Bo Diaz 1984 Game-Worn Philadelphia Phillies Road Jersey: a light-blue knit zippered garment with the script-style “P” logo sewn to the left breast in maroon-on-white twill, “6” sewn to the back and right front and “DIAZ” arched on a nameplate atop the back number in like fashion. Maroon-and-white striped trim lines the shoulders and sides, while a team logo patch adorns the left sleeve. Within the collar, a swatch features “Diaz” chain stitched in black cursive. The left front tail is home to a “Wilson” size “44” label and a swatch with chain stitched identifiers reading: “84 1.” Light wear.

Steve Jeltz 1989 Game-Worn Philadelphia Phillies Road Jersey: a gray knit button-down garment with the script-style “P” logo sewn to the left breast in maroon-on-white twill, “30” sewn to the back and right front and “JELTZ” arched on a nameplate atop the back number in like fashion. Maroon-and-white striped trim lines the shoulders and sides, while a team logo patch adorns the left sleeve. Within the collar, a “Rawlings” size “44” label is accompanied by a flap tag denoting “SET 1 1989.” Light wear.

Scott Munninghoff 1981 Game-Worn Philadelphia Phillies Road Jersey: a light-blue knit zippered garment with the script-style “P” logo sewn to the left breast in maroon-on-white twill, “34” sewn to the back and right front and “MUNNINGHOFF” arched on a nameplate atop the back number in like fashion. Maroon-and-white striped trim lines the shoulders and sides, while a team logo patch adorns the left sleeve. Within the satin-lined collar, a swatch features “Munninghoff” chain stitched in black cursive. The left front tail is home to a “Wilson” size “42” label and a swatch with chain stitched identifiers reading: “84 1.” Light wear. Note: this jersey was likely worn during the club’s spring training session, as Munninghoff had pitched with the parent club in 1980, but never got higher than Class AAA Oklahoma City for the remainder of his tenure with the Phillies organization.

Tom Newell 1987 Game-Worn Philadelphia Phillies Road Jersey: a light-blue knit button-down garment with the script-style “P” logo sewn to the left breast in maroon-on-white twill, “50” sewn to the back and right front and “NEWELL” arched on a nameplate atop the back number in like fashion. Maroon-and-white striped trim lines the shoulders and sides, while a team logo patch adorns the left sleeve. Within the collar, a “Rawlings” size “44” label is accompanied by a strip tag with “Newell” chain stitched in maroon. A flap tag denotes “SET 1 1987.” Light wear.

Kent Tekulve 1986 Game-Worn Philadelphia Phillies Road Jersey: a light-blue knit zippered garment with the script-style “P” logo sewn to the left breast in maroon-on-white twill, “27” sewn to the back and right front and “TEKULVE” arched on a nameplate atop the back number in like fashion. Maroon-and-white striped trim lines the shoulders and sides, while a team logo patch adorns the left sleeve. Within the collar, a swatch features “Tekulve” chain stitched in black cursive. The left front tail is home to a “Wilson” label, a size “44” flap tag and a swatch with chain stitched identifiers reading: “86 1.” Light wear.

George Vukovich 1982 Game-Worn Philadelphia Phillies Home Jersey: a white knit button-down garment with a maroon pinstripe pattern, the script-style “P” logo sewn to the left breast in maroon twill, “29” sewn to the back and right front and “VUKOVICH” arched on a nameplate atop the back number in like fashion. Maroon trim lines the shoulders and sides, while a team logo patch adorns the left sleeve. Within the cotton-lined collar, a lengthy swatch features “G. Vukovich” chain stitched in black cursive. On the left front tail, a “Wilson” size “42” label is accompanied by a swatch with chain stitched identifiers reading: “82 1.” Moderate to heavy wear is evident with color bleeding and minimal puckering about the twill components.

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