Indianapolis ABCs 1925 Road Jersey
History: The ABCs were charter members of the first Negro National League in 1920. This is a very early example of a player numeral on a jersey (the New York Yankees did not wear numbers until 1929). #10 was worn by shortstop William Bobby Robinson, “the human vacuum cleaner” for his ability to scoop ground balls. In addition to Indianapolis, Robinson played for eight other Negro Leagues clubs.
- Made in the USA
- Negro National League
- Authentic reproduction of the jersey worn in 1925 by the Indianapolis ABCs
- Authentic gray with red pinstripe wool flannel
- Red felt lettering
- Red felt "10" patch on sleeve
- Item #: ABC25R
Please note: This product cannot be customized.