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Early-1960s PCL San Diego Padres Game-Worn Bat Boy Uniform

Lot Number 702

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With a rich history established long before their Major League version came to be, the San Diego Padres regularly produced superstars from Ted Williams to Tony Perez. The offered ensemble was worn by the club's batboy during the early 1960s. The cream-colored cotton ensemble includes: Jersey a button-down garment with "PADRES" sewn across the chest in brown fabric and "15" sewn to the back in like fashion. Within the collar, a "Russell Southern" label denotes "BOYS S." One of the buttons is a replacement; Pants leg wear with a back (right) pocket, a 5-loop elasticized waistband and a 4-button fly. The tag is identical to the one on the jersey. The uniform shows solid wear and hails from the estate of former GM (for both the PCL and MLB installments) Ed Leishman, whose son was the batboy. 
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