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    Re: A Primer on Rawlings Tagging - 60's-00's

    Quote Originally Posted by andrewhkoehler View Post
    Does anyone have the original posters image of the tags? It seems to be unavailable now...
    Here's both the Rawlings & Wilson
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    Lightbulb Re: A Primer on Rawlings Tagging - 60's-00's

    Quote Originally Posted by mattmueller View Post
    Just wanted to add to the 1990 style tagging used on some 1989 jerseys discussion above. Below is a photo of a 1989 Jay Aldrich Milwaukee Brewers jersey, which contains the 1990 style tag.

    As an update by Rudy in a recent thread indicates, the tag style change appears to occured mid-year so late season callups may likely have the new tagging.

    I have also seen the 1990-91 Rawlings tag on a couple of common Mets gamers from 1989. It's very rare, but can happen once in a blue moon. Just remember that ALL 1989 Score Board retail jerseys use the 1990-91 style tag, so any stars with them should be considered suspect and should be checked on to see if Score Board issued jerseys of that player.

    Dave Miedema

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    Another thing to be aware of on 2000-02 Rawlings jerseys: 3 players with the Texas Rangers, Alex Rodriguez, Pudge Rodriguez, and Rafael Palmiero, order sets of their own uniforms from Rawlings of these years to offer on the collecting market. Such jerseys are flag tagged SET 3, unique among all Rawlings knit gamers in MLB. Questions exist as to just how many of these were ordered and how many were actually worn.

    Dave M.

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    "Does anyone have the original posters image of the tags? It seems to be unavailable now..."

    The one that RC Walker posted is not legible... does anyone else have a clear version of these primers?

    Thank you,
    Roger

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    Odd 1987 Rawlings label


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    The odd-looking tag shown in the photo (1987 Cubs road Billy Williams coach's jersey) is a style which, in MLB, is pretty much exclusive to 1987. Apparently, with Rawlings going from being the #2 MLB uniform supplier to the authorized, contracted one in '87 required Rawlings to tag some jerseys with this design. The design is not common but does appear to a limited degree on commons and bigger names.

    Dave Miedema

 

 

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