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Lot # 153: 2001 Scott Erickson Baltimore Orioles Game Issued Jersey

Category: Baseball Equipment

Starting Bid: $200.00

Bids: 1 (Bid History)

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Item was in Auction "2024 Winter Pop-Up",
which ran from 1/14/2024 7:00 PM to
1/28/2024 10:00 PM



Presented is a 2002 Scott Erickson Baltimore Orioles' game-issued gray, away jersey. Erickson was a 6'4" right-handed starting pitcher who pitched in the Major Leagues for 15 seasons: Minnesota Twins (1990-95), Baltimore Orioles (1995-2000, 2002), and briefly with four other teams in 2004-05. Erickson had a 142-136 lifetime record, with a 4.57 ERA. His best season was in 1991 with Minnesota, when he was 20-8 with a 3.16 ERA and was a key factor in the Twins World Championship. That year Erickson finished second in the AL Cy Young race. From 1996-99, Erickson averaged 15 wins per season for the Orioles. Erickson sat out the entire 2001 season because of an elbow injury, so while the offered jersey is game issued, it was not game worn. Erickson came back from his elbow injury to start on Opening Day in 2002 for the Orioles, and he became the first pitcher to ever start on Opening Day after sitting out the entire previous season with an injury. The jersey has Orioles across the chest in sewn-on orange script with black trim. Below the team's name is 19 in sewn-on orange numerals with black trim. The left sleeve sports an Orioles logo and a Majestic manufacturer's logo, both sewn-on. The right sleeve has an American League 100 Seasons/1901-2001 patch. Six silver-colored buttons run down the front of the jersey. On the left outside tail is an MLB AUTHENTIC Majestic manufacturer's tag and a size 48 tag. The back of the outside neck has an American flag 9/11 patch. Across the back is ERICKSON in sewn-on orange block letters with black trim. The back also shows 19 in sewn-on orange letters with black trim. The jersey is in EXCELLENT condition.

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