Seattle Rainiers 1955 White T-Shirt

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$32.00

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Description: Soft, classic and ready to wear. We’ve printed our favorite historic teams on this 6-ounce cotton to make the perfect T-Shirt. 

Product Details:

  • 6-ounce pre-shrunk 100% cotton
  • Imported, Printed in USA
  • Item #: SEA55WT

League: Pacific Coast League

History: Emile Sick purchased the Seattle Indians in 1938 re-named them after his brewery and built the state of the art Sick's Stadium. The "Suds" responded by winning consecutive Pacific Coast League titles in 1939 1940 and 1941. Rogers Hornsby guided the Seattle Rainiers to another title in '51. In 1969, Sick's Stadium saw service as home of the ill-fated Seattle Pilots.

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    MS
    09/10/2019
    Mark S.
    United States United States

    Love the shirt!

    All good. I had great help all the way from a top guy named Maurice, nothing was too much trouble. Give him the day off, a free lunch, anything - he deserves it, he's a credit to an already class act company. Thanks very much Mark Sears U.K

    JB
    08/21/2019
    Jon B.
    United States United States

    1955 Seattle Rainier’s shirt

    Loved the old style art deco logo. get a lot of “cool shirt” comments.

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    01/31/2019
    Anonymous
    United States

    Seattle Rainiers Shirt

    It was unavailable at Xmas so we got it for any upcoming holiday. I love Ebbets Field Flannels. I have worn my World Wide Pants jacket so much, the sleeves are disintegrating.I could spend my life savings at EFF!