1994 Mark Lemke Game Used Atlanta Braves Jersey And Game Used Pants
A fixture on Braves rosters during the club’s stranglehold on the National League East, Mark Lemke played in 62 postseason games and was an integral part of four different World Series installments. These Atlanta Braves uniform items were worn by the reliable infielder during his 10-year tenure with the club. Includes:
1994 Game-Worn Road Jersey: a gray knit button-down garment with “Braves” angled across the chest in red-on-blue twill, with a “tomahawk” logo sewn just below with blue and yellow embroidered accents. On the back, “20” is sewn in red-on-blue twill, while “LEMKE” is sewn in solid blue block-style twill characters to a name plate just above. Blue-and-red striped trim lines the collar, button path and sleeve endings, while the right sleeve is home to an MLB silhouette logo patch commemorating the game’s 125th anniversary. On the tapered left front tail, a “Russell Athletic” size “40” label is accompanied by a fabric content flap tag. All original and unaltered, the jersey shows moderate wear.
1993 Game-Worn Pants: gray knit leg wear with two back pockets, seven belt hoops and a one-button zippered fly. Blue-and-red striped trim lines the outer legs and three back belt loops. The elasticized waistband interior is home to a “Russell Athletic” size “31” label with accompanying flap tags respectively denoting fabric content and “28” Inseam.” To the right, a swatch reads “20-LEMKE – 31-28-93.” The pants show light wear and the lower leg openings retain full elasticity.