Having notched his 300th career mound triumph just 19 days earlier, former New York Mets hurler Tom Glavine wore and signed this "Los Mets" home jersey for the club’s annual “Fiesta Latina” at Shea Stadium on August 24, 2007. The all-original size "46" game-worn garment features proper twill identifiers and “Majestic” tagging, is autographed on the back “4” and inscribed “2007 Gamer” (“8” strength). Comes with MLB Authentication and Steiner Sports holograms. More on our website.
Tailored from white knit, the jersey features “Los Mets” angled across the chest in blue-on-orange-on-black twill, the latter color showing a “shadow” effect.” In like fashion, “47” is sewn to the back and left front and “GLAVINE” is arched atop the back number. Blue piping lines the collar, button path and sleeve endings, while a 4”-diameter skyline-themed team logo patch adorns the left sleeve. Within the tapered left front tail, a “Majestic” label is accompanied by a size “46” tag and flap tags respectively denoting “+1” slv,” “+1” body” and “SET 2 2007.” The jersey shows appropriate single event wear. In step with Latin performers Oscar D’Leon and Luis Vargas that night, the Mets prevailed, 5-2, to remain six games in front of both the Phillies and Braves. That buffer was to increase to seven games not once, but twice, before a season-ending 5-12 swoon allowed the Phillies to catch and pass the Mets