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Carlton Fisk Game-Worn 1992 Chicago White Sox Road Jersey - Full Miedema LOA

Lot Number 467

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One of three modern era big league backstops to perform in four decades, Hall of Famer Carlton Fisk turned his uniform number – and his career – around after landing in Chicago and switching from Red to White Sox. A non-nonsense competitor and clubhouse leader aptly nicknamed “The Commander,” Fisk wore this Chicago White Sox road jersey during the 1992 campaign: the penultimate season of his remarkable 24-year career. The gray knit button-down garment features a script-style “Chicago” angled across the chest in black-on-white twill, the since-retired number “72” sewn to the back and left front and “FISK” arched atop the back number in like fashion. A team logo patch adorns the left sleeve, while black-and-white striped stretch ribbed knit lines the sleeve endings. Within the collar and on the tapered left front tail, “RUSSELL ATHLETIC” labels denote size “48,” while an accompanying swatch on the latter location has “92 – 1” identifiers. All original and unaltered, the South Side keepsake shows light wear with no repairs or alterations. This is consistent with 1992 White Sox road jerseys, which were pulled after about a month (due to notable color fading after laundering) and replaced by Wilson jerseys. Accompanying is a full photo LOA from Dave Miedema.

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