Donned by big leaguers during the 1980s and 1990s, these (5) warm-up jerseys showcase team colors, twill identifiers and proper tagging. Includes: Giants 1984, Dusty Baker; Mets 1988-1991, Greg Pavlick; Cardinals 1990s, Dave Ricketts; Cardinals 1995, Ray Giannelli; Red Sox 1990s, several possibilities. All original and unaltered, the jerseys exhibit evidence of nice game wear. More on our website.
San Francisco Giants an orange mesh pullover garment worn during the 1984 season by Dusty Baker. This warm-up jersey features “GIANTS” arched across the chest in black-on-white appliqué and “12” sewn to the back in like fashion. Black-orange-and-white striped stretch ribbed knit lines the V-neck and sleeve endings. The tapered left front tail is home to an “Alpha” label and size “44” tag. The lettering style and uniform number date this jersey specifically to the 1984 season.
New York Mets a blue micromesh button-down garment worn by pitching coach Greg Pavlick during one of his tenures (likely 1994-1996) in Queens. This road warm-up jersey features “NEW YORK” arched across the chest in gray-on-orange twill, “52” sewn to the back and left front and “PAVLICK” arched atop the back number in like fashion. Pavlick has autographed the back "2" in blue marker ("7-8" strength). The tapered left front tail is home to a “Majestic” label and size “48” tag while the left side seam’s interior features a fabric content flap tag with a “6000” gamer code.
St. Louis Cardinals a red mesh pullover garment worn by former bullpen coach Dave Ricketts during the 1990s. This spring training jersey features “STL” sewn to the left breast in white-on-blue twill, “3” sewn to the back and “RICKETTS” arched atop the number in like fashion. Red-white-and-blue striped stretch ribbed cotton lines the V-neck and sleeve endings, while a “50 YEARS” patch commemorating the Cardinals stay in St. Petersburg is sewn to the right sleeve. Within the tapered left front tail, a “Rawlings” label denotes size “48.”
St. Louis Cardinals a blue mesh pullover garment worn by Ray Giannelli during the 1995 season. This warm-up jersey features “STL” sewn to the left breast in red-on-white twill, “54” sewn to the back in like fashion and “GIANNELLI” arched on a name plate atop the number in white block-style characters. Red-white-and-blue striped stretch ribbed cotton lines the V-neck and sleeve endings and a “Russell Athletic” size “48” tag resides within the collar. The left front tail features a “Russell Athletic” size “48” label and a strip tag with a “1993” identifier. Note: this jersey was likely issued to another St. Louis player in 1993 and updated for Giannelli’s use in 1995, as he was in the Toronto organization during the 1993 season.
Boston Red Sox a blue mesh pullover garment worn during the 1990s. This warm-up jersey features a team logo patch sewn to the left breast and “7” sewn to the back in red-on-white twill. Red-and-white striped stretch ribbed cotton lines the collar and sleeve endings and a “Majestic” size “XL” tag resides within the collar. The tapered left front tail is home to a “Majestic” label. Given the tagging and number “7,” this jersey could have been worn by any one of several players, including Phil Plantier, Steve Lyons and Steve Rodriguez.