Evansville Triplets 1971 Road Jersey
History: We love this jersey. Evansville adopted the powder-blue road flannels of the parent Milwaukee Brewers (who actually had re-lettered the Seattle Pilots uniforms) but inexplicably went with white, rather than gold, lettering. Among the players who passed through Evansville were Bert Blyleven, Rick Aurbach, and Pedro Garcia.
- Made in the USA
- American Association
- Authentic reproduction of the jersey worn in 1971 by the Evansville Triplets
- Powder blue wool flannel
- White and Navy felt
- White trim on sleeve
- Patch on left sleeve
- Felt #24 on back and right sleeve
- Item #: EVT71R
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The Triplets were my hometown team growing up. I went to many games at historic Bosse Field with my dad and grandpa. I have been searching for Triplets gear for years. The jersey is very well made and the fit was great. I ordered a 3XL and I am 6'2", 250 lbs. and it fit perfectly - not too big or too small. Thanks EFF for your quality jersey!