Oakland Oaks 1950 Authentic Jacket
History: Bay Area baseball for many years thrived with three teams - The Seals and Missions in San Francisco, and the Oaks in Oakland - competing for regional fans' loyalties. Casey Stengle took his team, nicknamed the "nine old men" to the pennant in 1948, with a fiery youngster named Billy Martin at shortstop.
- Made in the USA
- Exact reproduction of the 1950 team jacket worn by the Oakland Oaks
- 100% satin body with front pockets
- Inner lining
- Zipper front
- Inner checkbook pocket
- Felt lettering on front and back
- Item #: OAK50J
This 1950 pennant winning Oaks jacket fits beautifully. Fashions change on regular basis, but some styles never grow old. This jacket is a hit!
Oakland Oaks' most simple and beautiful design = pure Pacific Coast League baseball.
The Oaks seemed to radically overhaul their uniforms every couple of years. This particular design (1950) is one of their simplest and most elegant. The blue satin si deep and rich, and the understated script "Oaks" and white trim set it off perfectly. Only one issue keeps me from giving the full five stars: we tall fellows (I’m 6’5”) "come up short" with these beautiful authentic jackets. I’d be happy to pay an additional fee for a couple of extra inches in the body and an additional inch in the sleeve.