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Jim Hannan 1970 Washington Senators Game-Worn Road Jersey

Lot Number 432

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As he authored a respectable 9-11 mark on a team that finished in the basement of the American League’s Eastern Division, pitcher Jim Hannan wore this Washington Senators road jersey during the 1970 season. The gray flannel button-down garment features twill identifiers and proper “Wilson” tagging. Also included is a pair of Washington Senators road pants donned by an unknown player during that same season. Both items show solid game wear. More on our website.

Jim Hannan 1970 Washington Senators Game-Worn Road Jersey: a gray flannel button-down garment featuring “Senators” angled across the chest in red-on-blue twill, with a lengthy paraph accenting the script-style characters. On the back, “16” is sewn in red-on-blue block-style characters. The collar’s interior is home to a “Wilson” size “44” label, while the tapered left front tail features “1970” embroidered in blue. The jersey shows moderate wear with puckering about the twill components. There are six holes (as tailored) under each arm to facilitate ventilation.

1970 Washington Senators Game-Worn Road Pants: gray flannel leg wear with seven belt hoops, a one-button zippered fly and two cotton-lined back pockets. The waistline’s interior is home to a “Wilson” size “34” label and an embroidered legend reading “1970-P65-26”.” There are vintage handwritten numeric notations of “50” and “61,” suggesting subsequent wear in spring training or in the minor leagues, as no Senators player wore either of those numbers during the 1970 regular season. The pants show heavy wear with dirt stains throughout, a team repair to the back of the right leg and expected loss of elasticity at the leg openings.

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