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    Frank Thomas Oakland A's Bp jersey

    HELP!!!!!
    When Frank Thomas played for the A's in 2006, would his BP jersey been a size 50? The only tag in the Bp jersey is a majestic A0065. Could this have been game worn / issued? Thanks

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    Question Re: Frank Thomas Oakland A's Bp jersey

    Quote Originally Posted by stasman View Post
    HELP!!!!!
    When Frank Thomas played for the A's in 2006, would his BP jersey been a size 50? The only tag in the Bp jersey is a majestic A0065. Could this have been game worn / issued? Thanks
    If it's the one on eBay being sold by rjwenterprisesinc, that's been offered numerous times in the past year with no takers. I recall reading a GUU post a while back suggesting that this shirt was a blank numbered to create a Thomas. If someone can find that thread, or if someone who posted on the original thread can comment, it would be appreciated.

    Dave M.

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    Re: Frank Thomas Oakland A's Bp jersey

    I believe this is the thread you are looking for.

    Bad Frank Thomas BP Jersey on ebay

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    Re: Frank Thomas Oakland A's Bp jersey

    Yep. It was the one on a Ebay!! Pass. Thanks for the info.

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    Re: Frank Thomas Oakland A's Bp jersey

    I bought a vintage baseball from him couple months back(did not know he has sold so many questionable items). But I was surprised he barely did research on the ball I bought. It was being sold as a 1920's vintage signed ball with Nick Altrock and others. He clearly missed a Walter Johnson autograph on the side panel. And under a black light it showed autos of Honus Wagner, John J McGraw and other hofers. Turned out to be a 1925 World Series ball.

 

 

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