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This lot is closed. Bidding ended on 5/20/2006.
Hurricane Katrina was not only the costliest but also the most destructive natural disaster in the history of the United States. The first Category 5 hurricane of 2005, it first hit Miami as a Category 1, then gained strength and smashed into the Central Gulf Coast as a Category 4. In a pre-game ceremony at Yankee Stadium on September 6, 2005, the New York Yankees, represented by Team President Randy Levine, Chief Operating Officer Lonn Trost and outfielder Matt Lawton (who resides in Mississippi), presented a check for $1 million dollars to the Salvation Army for its relief effort in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Additionally, throughout that homestand (September 6-11, 2005). Further, in tribute to the efforts of organizations working to aid victims of Hurricane Katrina, the Yankees wore Salvation Army patches on the right sleeves of their uniform shirts. On the front left tail of this jersey is the "Majestic" manufacturers tag with a series of flag tags attached reading size "50" and another tag that reads "2005". Inside the left seam of the jersey is a wash tag with code "0062" on it. On the left breast of the jersey is the "NY" logo in navy blue tackle twill. On the back is the player number "38" in navy blue tackle twill. On the back outside collar is the embroidered official "MLB" logo. On the right sleeve is the "Salvation Army" patch. The jersey shows game use and appears to have no alterations of any kind. Major League Baseball Hologram. Accompanied by a Yankees-Steiner Collectibles COA.
2005 Ramiro Mendoza New York Yankees Game-Used Home Pinstripe Katrina Jersey (Yankees-Steiner COA)
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Minimum Bid: $250
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Number Bids: 1
Auction closed on Saturday, May 20, 2006.
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