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Santurce Cangrejeros 1954 Road Jersey

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$215.00

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History: For the 1954-1955 winter league season in Puerto Rico, the Cangrejeros boasted one of the greatest outfields in baseball history. In right was a 20-year-old Roberto Clemente, soon to make his debut with the Pittsburgh Pirates. In center was reigning National League MVP Willie Mays, who won the Puerto Rican MVP award. And in left was Puerto Rican star Luis Olmo. Nicknamed the “Panic Squad”, the team won both the Puerto Rican League and Caribbean Series titles.

Product Details:

  • Made in the USA
  • Puerto Rican League
  • Authentic reproduction of the road jersey worn by Roberto Clemente in 1954
  • Authentic gray wool flannel
  • Sleeve patch celebrating 3-in-a-row championships in the 1950s
  • Felt lettering with chainstitched detailing
  • Item #: CAN54R
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RL
03/16/2020
Ryan L.
United States United States
Absolute brilliance

Just smashin'. Absolute brilliance. Have already purchased again and am targeting others: Satchel Paige among them.

JM
02/12/2020
Joel M.
United States United States
Excellent Job

Great item ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

A
01/04/2020
Anonymous
United States United States
Awesome jersey

It is to large tho and I do need to return for a smaller size (medium) ... Can you sent me return info and I will call u guy's Saturday ... Thanks

A
01/03/2020
Anonymous
United States United States
Perfect Gift!

Husband loved it! Great fabric and graphic.

MC
12/05/2019
Marvin C.
United States United States
Santurce Jersey

I received this jersey and loved the detail with which it was prepared. It took me back to my childhood in Puerto Rico when I grew up a fan of the Carreteros de Santurce and Roberto Clemente, Willie Mays, Luis Rodriguez Olmo and Orlando Peruchin Cepeda!