Air Jordan IX ’45’ – Autographed & Game-Worn Display

December 21, 2011 BY

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The baseball portion of Michael Jordan’s sports career is one that most would probably want to look over, but despite not reaching levels of success and stardom as he did with basketball, Michael was still a competitor that trained hard to reach the pinnacle of excellence. Unfortunately, it didn’t take long for us to realize that slam dunks and sweet jumpers didn’t translate to frozen ropes and oppo-hitting, and once the MLB lockout in ’94 went in full swing, Michael decided to feed his insatiable appetite for competition in the sport he knew best (and merely went on to win three more NBA championships). Because Jordan’s time with the Birmingham Barons was so short-lived any Air Jordan products that were made for MJ during that tenure is considered quite rare, and this autographed, game-worn pair of PE Cleats in this sick display case certainly falls under that category. Just 45 displays exist, but you can bid on one by visiting this live auction from pdarmos on eBay.


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