Posting a Major League-best five shutouts and winning his fourth ERA title, Hall of Fame-bound hurler Greg Maddox wore and autographed this Atlanta Braves home jersey during the 1998 season. The white knit button-down garment features twill identifiers and proper “Wilson” tagging. On the upper portion of the back “3,” Maddux’ black marker signature projects (“8”) strength and clarity. All original and unaltered, the jersey shows light wear. Full photo LOA from Dave Miedema. More on our website.
In red-on-blue twill, “Braves” is angled across the chest and accompanied by a “tomahawk” logo sewn in red-on-blue twill with yellow and blue embroidered accents. On the back, “31” is sewn in red-on-blue twill and “MADDUX” is arched to a nameplate just above in solid blue twill. Red-and-blue piping lines the cotton-lined collar, button path and sleeve endings, while the left front tail is home to a “Wilson” label, a size “44” flap tag and a swatch with a chain-stitched “98” identifier.