The author of the first no-hitter in Veterans Stadium history, well-traveled southpaw Terry Mulholland wore this Philadelphia Phillies home jersey during the 1997 season. Complete description available on our website.
Once a part of the oldest battery in baseball history (a combined 84 years old), former pitcher Terry Mulholland performed for no fewer than nine different franchises - including three stints with the San Francisco Giants and two each with the Philadelphia Phillies and Chicago Cubs. The offered Phillies home jersey was worn by Mulholland during the 1996 season. This white knit button-down garment features "Phillies" embroidered in red cursive to a white plate across the chest. In red-on-white double twill, "45" is sewn to the back and left sleeve and "MULHOLLAND" is arched atop the back number. The right sleeve is home to a 1996 All-Star Game patch, as Veterans Stadium hosted the Mid-Summer Classic that year. On the left front tail, a "RUSSELL ATHLETIC" size "48" label is accompanied by a fabric content tag and flap tags that respectively denote "2" EXTRA LENGTH" and "+1" Armhole Opening." All original with no repairs or alterations, the jersey shows light wear, as Mulholland was dealt to Seattle on July 31 of that season. Accompanying is an LOA from Ed Dolan.