Already established as one of the game’s premier players at the tender age of 22, Ken Griffey, Jr. wore or autographed these garments during the 1992 season. Includes: Jersey a team-issued home jersey with proper twill identifiers and “Rawlings” tagging. On the left front, Griffey’s black marker signature shows (“9”) strength; Pants game-worn white knit leg wear with proper “Rawlings” tagging and evidence of light game wear. Individual full photo LOAs form Dave Miedema (for jersey and pants). Auction LOA from JSA (for autograph). More on our website.
Jersey a white knit button-down garment with “MARINERS” arched across the chest in blue-on-yellow-on-blue triple twill; “24” sewn to the back in solid blue twill and “GRIFFEY” arched on a name plate above the number in like fashion. Blue piping lines the collar and button path and the tapered left front tail’s interior is home to a “Rawlings” size “44” label and “SET 1 1992” flap tag. This appears to be a team-issued jersey that was likely too small for Griffey (who wore size “46” at that time). Rawlings did supply the Mariners’ uniforms beginning in May, 1992 and aside from the size, all jersey characteristics are in line with known Griffey gamers.
Pants white knit leg wear with (6) belt loops, (2) mesh-lined back pockets and a two-button zippered fly. Blue piping lines the outer legs and the elasticized waistband’s interior is home to a “Rawlings” size “34” label; a swatch with stitched notations of “24 92 34-36 34”; and a “SET 1 1992” flap tag. Light game use is evident with a series of stains on the front.