Signed at different intervals by Oriole clubs in dire need, two Baltimore baseball heroes wore these items as they helped the O’s to dramatic improvements. Includes:
Bob Milacki Game-Worn 1989 Baltimore Orioles Warm-Up Jersey: a black mesh pullover garment with “Orioles” sewn across the chest in orange-on-white twill and “18” sewn to the back in like fashion. Within the tapered left front tail, a “Rawlings” size “46” label is accompanied by a flap tag denoting “SET 1 1989.” All original with no alterations, the jersey shows moderate wear with puckering about the front twill.
Nolan Reimold Game-Worn 2009-2011 Baltimore Orioles Batting Helmet: a black plastic shell with a left ear flap, orange bill and ornithologically correct bird logo decal adhered to the front center. At the base, “14” decals are displayed atop an MLB silhouette logo in Orioles team colors. The interior features perimeter padding, as well as back and left ear pads and a size “7-5/8” decal. Heavy use is evident with perspiration-induced soiling about the padding, as well as scuff marks, pine tar residue and paint chipping on the outer portions.
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