Eleven years into his Hall of Fame career, nothing short of a players’ strike could stop Kirby Puckett. As he delivered a league-best 112 RBI in only 108 games, Puckett wore and autographed this Minnesota Twins home jersey during the strike-shortened 1994 campaign. The white knit button-down garment features twill identifiers and proper “Russell Athletic” tagging. On the upper left front, Puckett has signed in black marker (“8” strength) and inscribed “#34.” The all-original garment features an MLB silhouette logo “100th Anniversary” patch and shows light wear. Full photo LOA from Dave Miedema (for game use) and full photo LOA from JSA (for autograph). More on our website.
The white knit button-down garment features a blue pinstripe pattern, “Twins” angled across the chest in red-on-blue twill and Puckett’s since-retired number “34” sewn to the back and left front in like fashion. Within the collar, a strip tag has printed identifiers reading “34-1994-1” (restively denoting uniform number, year and set number). On the left front tail, a “Russell Athletic” size “50” label is accompanied by a fabric content tag. The button path’s interior is home to two sets of Velcro strips.