Indianapolis Clowns 1952 Road Jersey
History: The Clowns began their long sojourn in Black baseball as the traveling Miami Clowns, and used comedy routines as part of their act. It was all straight baseball once they became a member of the Negro American League in 1943, though, and in 1952 they were joined by a young slugger named Henry Aaron (#5). The Clowns survived as a touring team for decades after the demise of Negro leagues baseball.
- Made in the USA
- Independent Negro Leagues Team
- Authentic reproduction of the jersey worn in 1952 by the Indianapolis Clowns
- Authentic royal navy flannel with red trim around neck, on shoulders and on sleeves
- Red on white script lettering on front
- Felt #5 on back
- Item #: IND52R
Unisex sizing. Refer to sizing chart for measurements.
Please note: This product cannot be customized.