Twins' 'Dairy Queen' jerseys fetching $475 online?

Once upon a time (15 years ago this month), the Twins actually wore alternate red jerseys on Sundays. While that experiment only lasted two games, Fox Sports North reports those same "Dairy Queen" uniforms are now selling for a decent price online.
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Once upon a time (15 years ago this month), the Twins actually wore alternate red jerseys on Sundays. While that experiment only lasted two games, Fox Sports North reports those same "Dairy Queen" uniforms are now selling for a decent price online.

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