Montreal Royals 1946 Home Jersey
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History: On April 18, 1946, Jackie Robinson stepped onto the field for the Montreal Royals at Roosevelt Stadium in Jersey City, NJ, against the Jersey City Giants and became the first player in modern history to break Organized Baseball's unwritten "color line." Robinson (#9) went on to lead the International League in batting average and fielding percentage, and was promoted to Brooklyn the following season.
- Made in the USA
- International League
- Authentic reproduction of the jersey worn in 1946 by the Montreal Royals
- Authentic white wool flannel
- Royal trim two down facing and two on sleeves
- Custom royal felt Royals with tail on front
- Royal felt #9 on back
- Item #: MTL46H
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