MLB Game Used Uniform Money Clip Wallet

"Money Ball" takes on a whole new meaning when your money is in this game used money clip wallet. This wallet features an actual piece of game worn MLB jersey as the outer card slot. Keep your ID, money, credit cards and fanhood all in one place.

Sale price$135.00
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Product Details

This slim money clip wallet features an MLB Authenticated Game Used Uniform stitched on the back to hold cards. 13 teams available.

Game used uniforms are hand-cut to feature at least 2 colors of a regular season jersey, may show varying amounts of wear and may be home or away.

Magnetic money clip on front for cash, an inner pocket and 2 slots on the back for credit cards.

Top quality black goat leather. Team name is debossed on the front and wallet features contrast stitching in team colors. Each wallet c
omes in an MLB gift box with an authentication instruction card.

Players are given limited jerseys per season, so they try to get a lot of wear and tear out of them. Due to that, game used jerseys are hard to come by and even more rare are the chest & shoulder patches on each jersey. Give an extra special gift for the sports fan who has everything by upgrading to a wallet featuring one of the emblems.

Each Token & Icons leather money clip wallet measures 3" x 3-7/8".

Officially licensed by Major League Baseball.

Includes a tamper-evident hologram sticker to ensure authenticity. Look up hologram's unique number at
MLB.com to learn details of uniform's game history.

The uniforms used are about team spirit rather than a team's star player. They will be recognizable by the average fan as currently playing for or as having played on the team (there is much movement in the leagues today).

How many wallets are made from one uniform?

Uniform jerseys (tops) are curated for interesting shapes and symmetry from areas that feature pinstripes, chest plate, player name or number. On average 16 - 22 billfold panels or 30 - 35 money clip panels will be realized from a uniform. Shoulder patches or other commemorative marks typically become rare emblem wallets.

Are uniforms from the current season?

Most uniforms are from the past several seasons. Every effort is made to procure uniforms as close to the current season as possible but several factors inhibit this process. As seasons end, teams collect uniforms and market them to their fan base & game used collectors for a period of time. When we get our opportunity, the uniform has be transferred to us, stored until we need it, sent into production and finally placed in stock as a finished wallet.

Can I order a specific player, game or opponent?

We avoid high-cost star player's game used uniforms in order to keep our items affordable. Over the years we have been asked to provide player names prior to an order being placed, note that this is not practical for several reasons. 1) These items are licensed by Major League Baseball rather than the Major League Baseball Players Association so we are required to emphasize team rather than player. 2) With 30 teams, each with a 40 man roster, plus 162 games over multiple seasons, the likelihood of us having a specific player, game or opponent is basically zero. We hope you’ll place your order and put some team spirit in your pocket.

What is the Game Used criteria for a uniform?

Our uniform collections are about team spirit rather than the player, specific game or opponent. We seek regular season game used uniforms used by players (current or past as there is much movement in the leagues today) that have legitimately made it to the Big Leagues, not just up for a "cup of coffee" from the minors.

Based on player position, a fielder who played in over 40 games or a starting pitcher who had a minimum of 8 starts or a relief pitcher who had at least 25 appearances. With player movement in all the leagues today a player might only spend one season with a team so consideration is given for the length of career.

All game data from sports-reference.com, which is a group of sites providing comprehensive player and team statistics.

MLB Uniform Authentication

MLB has the most comprehensive authentication system in pro sports. MLB stations authenticators field-side at each game to track and record bats & balls that come off the field of play, apply a hologram and enter game data into their database. At the end of the game, authenticators also collect & authenticate uniforms that are being cycled out for wear.

Once Tokens acquires these MLB-authenticated uniforms, another MLB authenticator makes weekly visits to our facility to witness its cutting and apply a hologram to the cut panel that stays with the uniform all the way through the production process. This not only verifies the uniform panel came from the original uniform, but has a unique number that let's you search online within MLB's database to learn specific details of the uniform's game history.

Click below for a short video about the Tokens x MLB Authentication partnership.