Sure Ted Williams put his pants on one leg at a time, same as the rest of us, but once he zipped 'em up he crushed baseballs with an unparalleled level of excellence. Suit up in high style fashion with this pair of Washington Senators uniform pants game-worn by Ted Williams in 1969. Serving as the Senators manager, the presence of Williams caused the team to change uniform styles from the pinstripes they wore in 1968, to home whites for 1969, including the garment offered here. On top of that, slugger Frank Howard gave up the number "9" for Williams, further demonstrating the esteem in which "Teddy Ballgame" was held.
Showing abundant signs of authentic use/wear including heavy stains on the left leg front and below the left pocket rear, these Wilson made pants retain the original factory tag inside the waistband, with the size indicated as "40-41 W". Stitched into the waistband next to the Wilson tag is "9-1969-28"P65, indicating uniform number, year of issue, inseam length and Wilson catalog number. These details and much more are expertly noted with the accompanying LOA from Phil Wood.