Cerveceria Caracas 1952 Home Jersey
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History: The Cerveceria Caracas ballclub was founded in 1942, and fielded only players of Venezuelan nationality until changing that policy in 1950. Today known as the Caracas Leones, the club has won numerous Venezuelan League titles and two Caribbean Series titles. Pete Rose played for the team in the winter of 1964-1965 and among the club’s retired numbers are Venezuelan greats Luis Aparicio, Omar Vizquel, Tony Armas, Chico Carrasquel, and Andres Gallaraga.
- Made in the USA
- Venezuelan League
- Authentic reproduction of the jersey worn in 1952 by the Cerveceria Caracas Baseball team
- Wool baseball flannel
- Felt #5 on back
- Item #: CER52H
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Perfect as usual. I've got 8 jerseys, 2 jackets, 4 T-shirts and a hat from them. Love 'em all. Beware.....their stuff is addicting. Lol
I’m the happy owner of a Cervecería Caracas flannel. Beautifully made and customized for me in Road Grey and the number 17 of Alfonso “Chico” Carrasquel on the back!! Very nice work. Please bring back the Cervecería Caracas cap too!!