Synonymous with “tradition,” this game-worn jersey combines the longest-tenured Washington Nationals player and baseball’s annual tribute to Jackie Robinson. Specifically, the Nats road jersey was worn by University of Virginia product Ryan Zimmerman during the April 15, 2008 game vs. the Mets at Shea Stadium. With twill identifiers and proper “Majestic” tagging, the scarce keepsake comes with a hologram from MLB Authentications. More on our website.
The gray micromesh button-down garment features “WASHINGTON” sewn across the chest in blue-on-gold-on-red twill and Robinson’s retired number “42” sewn to the back and left front in like fashion. Red-and-blue piping lines the collar and sleeve endings, while an MLB silhouette logo patch is sewn atop the back. A 4”-diameter “DC” team logo patch adorns the left sleeve. The tapered left front tail is home to a “Majestic” size “50” label. The left side seam interior features a fabric content tag with a “0063” gamer code, as well as a “2008” flap tag. All-original with no repairs or alterations, the historic game-worn apparel item shows appropriate single-event wear.