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Atlanta Crackers 1957 Home

Southern Association
History: The Crackers played at Ponce de Leon Park known as "Old Poncey" to fans. Owner Earl Mann deserves credit for signing the league's only black player Nat Peeples. Sixty-five years of Cracker baseball came to an end after the 1965 season when the Milwaukee Braves announced their intention to move to Atlanta.

Item #: ATL57H
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  • Southern Association
  • Authentic reproduction of the jersey worn in 1957 by the Atlanta Crackers
  • Authentic white wool flannel
  • Navy/red/navy trim around facing and sleeves
  • Red on navy felt Crackers with tail
  • Red on navy felt #8 on front and back

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