Toledo Mud Hens 1965 Home Jersey
History: Toledo was a Major League team in the 1880's and had the distinction of having a black player, Moses Fleetwood Walker, on their roster. When the Mud Hens moved to Charleston the new Toledo team was originally called the Glass Sox but in response to fans' objections to the name it was shortened to Sox.
- Made in the USA
- American Association
- Authentic reproduction of the jersey worn in 1965 by the Toledo Mud Hens
- Authentic white with navy pin wool flannel
- Red on navy felt lettering
- Mudhens sleeve patch
- Felt # 7 on front sleeve and back
- Item #: TOL65H
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This is simply the finest hand-crafted garment in our home. No question of its authenticity. I hesitated to give four stars instead of five. I didn't want to. I believe the cut is a little big for an XL. I am comparing this to the fit of other XL jerseys of other manufacturers, however. It is roomier than I expected. BUT WE LOVE IT.
I have been a casual fan of the Toledo Mud Hens since Cpl Klinger on MASH. When I saw the jersey on EFF, I had to have it. The quality is excellent and the fit is perfect. If EFF ever makes old MLB jerseys, I'll take a Brooklyn Dodgers jersey. Thank you
Great fit, quality, and craftsmanship.