Korakuen Eagles 1938 Road Jersey


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History: The Tokyo-based Korakuen Eagles were founded in 1938 and were owned by the Dai-Nippon Beer Company. In 1940, with hostilities with Western powers rising, the Japanese government banned the use of English words in baseball and the team changed its name to Kurowashi (Black Eagles). After being purchased by the Yamato Iron Works, the team was dissolved in 1944.

Product Details:

  • Made in the USA
  • Japanese League
  • Authentic reproduction of the jersey worn in 1938 by the Korakuen Eagles-
  • Authentic travel gray pinstripe wool flannel
  • Light blue and yellow felt lettering
  • Felt #27 on back
  • Item #: EAG38R
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