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NY METS PITCHER JOHN MAINE GAME-USED 2007 BATTING PRACTICE CAP - MLB HOLO & STEINER CERTIFIED
Another nice collectible for your consideration. You are looking on one (1) New York Mets pitcher John Maine Game-Used 2007 Batting Practice Cap - MLB Hologram & Steiner Hologram Certified. The game-used Mets cap offered in this product is shown in the photographs provided below. This cap was used by Major League pitcher John Maine during the 2007 MLB season during batting practice. The cap was made by New Era. It is tagged inside "MLB Authentic Collection - Official Batting Practice Cap" and has the MLB logo with "Official Batting Practice Cap" along the cloth on the inseams inside the cap. Written in black market under the cap's bill is Maine's jersey number 33. Beside this is a Steiner Certification Hologram and a MLB Certification Hologram. The cap also comes with a letter from Steiner Sports with a matching Steiner Certification number. The letter notes this is a "John Maine #33 2007 Game Used Batting Practice Cap" and that is was "obtained as part of the Mets - Steiner Collectibles Program, a direct partnership between the New York Mets Baseball Club and Steiner Sports Memorabilia." The MLB Certification Hologram Number is #BB 539526. If you look this hologram number up on the MLB website it shows this is a "Team Issued Batting Practive Cap" and that is was used by "John Maine #33" at the "Colorado Rockies @ New York Mets" game played on Wednesday, "April 25, 2007" game. The little tag on the cap notes "C494." I have no ideal what that means. See my other products for other Steiner and/or PSA/DNA certified game used relics.
Professional baseball pitcher John Kevin Maine was born May 8, 1981 in Fredericksburg, Virginia. Maine attended the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and was drafted by the Baltimore Orioles in the 6th round of the 2002 MLB Draft. Maine made his Major League debut on July 23, 2004. Traded to the New York Metys in January 2006, Maine started the season at Triple-A team Ottawa Lynx (a defunct team), before being called up, and placed on the disability list, the during the first week of May. After a solid, if mediocre start off the DL, Maine had a start that could be said to have turned around his career. He pitched a complete game shutout. That start continued a scoreless innings streak. Maine pitched a scoreless inning in relief, and then 22 scoreless innings over three starts, recording two wins and a no decision over that span. After his second scoreless outing, Mets manager Willie Randolph designated Maine as the team's fifth starter.
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