Kansas City Monarchs 1945 Road Jersey
History: Can you imagine a team with both Satchel Paige and Jackie Robinson? For one brief year in 1945, the Grand Old Man of the Negro leagues and the young future pioneer were teammates in Kansas City. The Monarchs’ road uniforms in 1945 had a different color scheme (navy and gold instead of the traditional red and navy) and differing roster numbers than the home uniforms, with Satch wearing #0 on the road while Robinson wore #23.
- Made in the USA
- Negro American League
- Exact reproduction of the 1945 Road Jersey
- Authentic travel grey wool flannel
- Navy/gold/navy trim on facing and sleeves
- Custom gold on navy felt Monarchs on front
- Gold on navy felt #23 on back
- Item #: KCM45R
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Great product - a bit long in the front
Arrived earlier than expected and it beautifully made. Fits true to size. The only thing is that the front is pretty long and comes down about 6-8 inches or so past the waist. I’m guessing this is because it is a truly authentic flannel and meant to be tucked in to baseball pants. Not a huge deal but it is a bit long. Customer service is excellent.
Length of time
I love the shirt. I emailed Ebbet at 8 weeks to check on it and it came within a week or so
Ran a little bigger then I though but bought it as a present for a family member and it was a hit. Thanks! Great quality and super unique!
KC MONARCHS 1945 ROAD JERSEY
The product received was excellent. I couldn’t be more pleased. It was great working with the folks at Ebbetts Field.