Kansas City Monarchs 1942 Home Jersey
History: In a career that spanned 40 years, legendary pitcher Satchel Paige (#25) has been officially credited as playing for 17 different professional ballclubs in five different countries, famously going anywhere he could collect a paycheck. However, Paige is most associated with his time playing for the Kansas City Monarchs, and in particular, while playing in this uniform in 1942, while leading the Monarchs to their ninth league pennant and second Negro World Series title.
- Made in the USA
- Negro American League
- Authentic reproduction of the jersey worn in 1942 by the Kansas City Monarchs
- Authentic white wool flannel with red raglan sleeves
- Red on navy felt lettering
- 'Heart of America' sleeve patch
- #25 (Satchel Paige) on back
- Item # KCM42H
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The delivery was very slow due to EFF high Christmas sales. However once I received my flannel I was blown away at the quality. I will shop again for sure.
I bought this jersey for my dad for Christmas and he absolutely loves it. I was worried the XL might be a bit small since he sometimes wears XXL, but it fit perfectly. For devoted baseball fans with an interest in baseball history, I highly recommend ordering from Ebbets Field Flannels!
I now have 7 baseball jerseys from Ebbets, a few hats and a hockey sweater. This statement alone speaks to how much I love the quality and design of their items. It’s fun to get comments from people who have some sort of connection to the team I’m wearing. One of those people was Lefty O’Douls nephew who recognized my SF Seals jersey with #26 on the back.
The jersey is awesome! It looks and feels authentic.
The jersey arrived sooner than I expected, and looks better than the photo. It is extra special to have a jersey made just like the one Satchel Paige wore.