Rafael Devers Rookie Signed Game Used Boston Red Sox Minor League Jersey JSA COA
Boston Red Sox rookie sensation Rafael Devers wore this jersey in 2016, during his time with the A+ Salem Red Sox. Devers played 128 games for Salem, hitting .282 with 11 homers, 71 RBI, and 11 stolen bases. Devers seasoning in the minors prepared him well for his first Major League campaign in 2017, which saw him make his Major League debut after only nine games in AAA. The third baseman made a big splash with a game-tying home run in the top of the ninth off of a 102.8 mile per hour Aroldis Chapman offering in the unfriendly confines of Yankee Stadium. This was the hardest pitch hit for a home run in the StatCast era of baseball, which started in 2008. At only 20 years old, the future is bright for Devers and the Red Sox.
This navy blue, two button pullover jersey has “SALEM” sewn across the chest in red and white tackle twill. Devers’ number “13” is sewn on the back of the jersey in red and white tackle twill beneath a MiLB logo. A Red Sox logo is sewn on the right sleeve, while a white Russell Athletic logo appears on the right. A Russell Athletic size “L” tag is sewn on the front left tail of this jersey. Devers signed the “1” digit on the back of the jersey in black marker. This item comes with a COA from the Salem Red Sox for both the signature and game use. Also comes with full letter COA from JSA.