Roger Clemens 2003 New York Yankees Game-Worn Jersey - Steiner 
Lot Number 386
 
Quantity: Bid Started: 02/21/2007 10:00:00 
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Without question, Roger Clemens is the best pitcher in baseball over then past quarter-century. Clemens’s career statistics for a modern pitcher are staggering; he is second on the All-Time Strikeout list, eighth on the All-Time Wins list, the active leader in wins, strikeouts, innings pitched, shutouts and he is still pitching. Offered is a magnificent New York Yankees road jersey that Clemens wore during the 2003 campaign, maybe during one of his 17 victories that year. Also, June 13, 2003 marked the date Roger won his 300th game and recorded his 4000th strikeout (in the same game). This gray knit 6-button jersey is lettered ”New York” across the chest. The reverse features Clemens's ”22” in double tackle twill. All letters and numbers are navy blue against white trim. The left sleeve has a Yankees 100th Anniversary patch and a MLB patch along the neckline on the back of the garment. Consistent with Clemens jerseys during this period, the tags have been removed from the lower left portion of the front of the garment. An outstanding grade of A10 has been assessed by Mears, acknowledging the fantastic condition, quality game usage and consistency throughout this garment. There are no repairs and all patches and stitching are original. Accompanying this amazing artifact is a NY Yankees – Steiner Letter of Authenticity verifying that this jersey was obtained as a part of the Yankees-Steiner collectibles program. Further research has shown that Steiner sold several "game issued" Clemens jerseys but only sold one actual "game-worn" jersey. Huggins and Scott is honored to be the auction house to offer the only game-worn 2003 Roger Clemens jersey sold and verified by the Yankees-Steiner Collectibles partnership. Graded A-10 Dave Bushing and Troy Kinunen/Mears. 
 
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