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Yoan Moncada Chicago White Sox Autographed Player-Worn Nike Renew Shoes from 2020 MLB Season

Yoan Moncada Chicago White Sox Autographed Player-Worn Nike Renew Shoes from 2020 MLB Season

Closing Bid: $100.00
Bid Count: 1
Bid Increment: $10.00
Auction ID: 4216227
Opened: Sep 28, 2022 12:00:00 PM EDT
Close Date: Oct 12, 2022 09:05:00 PM EDT
Listing Type: AUCTION

Description

Commemorate one of your favorite Chicago White Sox infielders with these Yoan Moncada autographed Nike Renew Shoes. Nicknamed "Yoyo," Moncada wore these shoes during the 2020 MLB season. These unique collectibles also feature the distinct signature of the White Sox slugger across the bottom and include an individually numbered hologram that can be verified online to certify authenticity.All items are sold as-described, as-is, and all sales are final. We do not accept returns or issue refunds. Includes individually numbered, tamper-evident hologram to certify authenticity Hand-signed autograph Player-worn collectible

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Date Bid
Oct 12, 2022 06:26:46 PM EDT $100.00

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