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1970 John Roseboro Washington Senators Game-Used Cap - Phil Wood LOA

Lot Number 713

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Roseboro famously followed Roy Campanella as the Dodgers starting catcher after Campy's career-ending auto accident. (He was also infamously clubbed in the head by a bat-wielding Juan Marichal in what became a bench-clearing brawl.) Roseboro later played and coached for the Washington Senators under Manager Ted Williams. His Wilson size-7-1/2 cap features a manufacturing code of "CYC" that pinpoints its origins to February of 1970. Roseboro's number "13" (and an unidentified notation "EFTA") is handwritten under the bill. According to authenticator Phil Wood's LOA, "Cap displays decent wear with some sweat staining. There are a few tiny moth holes in the crown of the cap that don't detract from its generally good appearance. The bill of the cap is uncracked and still remarkably pliant given its age." Accompanied by a vintage "SENATORS" charm bracelet.

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