Who wears the pants in this lot? Why, it’s the Phillies, of course! Headlined by (18) pair of game-worn pants, this lot of Phils memorabilia spans four decades of Veterans Stadium legends. The knit leg wear items show excellent game use and include: Abreu, L. Anderson, Bowa, Bystrom, Christenson, Corrales, Fregosi, Lewis, Menke, Morandini, Murphy, Pratt, M. Roberts, Ryan, Trillo, Virgil and West. Also included is a pair of Early Wynn 1967 game-worn coach’s pants. More on our website.
Bobby Abreu 2004 road
Larry Anderson 1986 home
Larry Bowa 1993 home (coach’s)
Marty Bystrom 1984 home
Larry Christenson 1975 road
Pat Corrales 1983 home (manager’s)
Jim Fregosi 1993 road (manager’s)
Mark Lewis 1998 home; stirrups attached, outstanding use with team repair on back of left leg
Denis Menke 1993 road (coach’s)
Mickey Morandini 1992 home
Dale Murphy 1992 home
Todd Pratt 1992 road
Mel Roberts 1992 home (coach’s)
Mike Ryan 1993 road (coach’s)
Manny Trillo 1981 home
Ozzie Virgil 1984 home
David West 1993 home
Brett Myers 2003 Signed game-Worn Batting Helmet a maroon plastic shell with a left ear flap and “P” logo decal adhered to the front center. Padding lines the interior circumference, back, ear flap and crown. An MLB silhouette decal and “MYERS” decal are adhered to the back. On the front of the bill, Myers’ silver marker autograph projects (“8”) strength. Moderate wear is evident with scuff marks throughout. MLB Authentication hologram and paperwork accompany.
Kim Batiste Game-Worn Cleats, Cap worn during the 1992-1994 era; includes: Game-Worn Cap a red wool accessory with “P” embroidered to the front center in white and “5” inscribed on the bill’s underside in black marker. The interior sweatband is home to a “New Era” label and size “7-1/4” flap tag. Solid game wear is evident with perspiration-induced discoloration; Signed Game-Worn Shoes maroon leather Nike Air size “10-1/2” shoes with white “Swoosh” logos stitched to the sides and six metal cleats affixed to the sole of each. In black marker, Batiste has signed “Kim” on the right tongue and “Batiste” on the left tongue. Solid wear is evident.
Early Wynn 1967 Minnesota Twins Game-Worn Coach’s Pants cream-colored flannel leg wear with a blue pinstriped pattern, a five-button fly, six belt loops and two back pockets. Within the cotton-lined waistband, a “Wilson” size “43” label is flanked by a handwritten notation of “43” and a strip tag with chain-stitched identifiers reading: “Wynn 67 Set 2.” Heavy wear is evident on this all-original hall of fame garment.