Seattle Rainiers 1941 Home Jersey
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History: Emile Sick purchased the Seattle Indians in 1938 re-named them after his brewery and built the state of the art Sick's Stadium. The "Suds" responded by winning consecutive Pacific Coast League titles in 1939 1940 and 1941. Rogers Hornsby guided the Seattle Rainiers to another title in '51. In 1969, Sick's Stadium saw service as home of the ill-fated Seattle Pilots.
- Pacific Coast League
- Authentic reproduction of the jersey worn in 1941 by the Seattle Rainiers
- Authentic white wool flannel
- Royal/red/royal trim. Two on facing two on each sleeve
- Royal felt Seattle across top of front; red on royal felt Rainiers on front
- Red on royal felt #9 on back
- Item #: SEA41H
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This jersey is a work of art. Wonderful fabric, perfect stitching, great design. I bought this as a Christmas gift for my husband & we are both so happy with it. Thank you!