LARGE - Joplin Miners 1914 Road Jersey
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History: The Miners played in the Class D Western Association in 1914. This particular Joplin squad moved twice in one season, first to Guthrie, Okla. on July 10th. Finding conditions in Guthrie not satisfactory, the club skipped town and set up shop in Henryetta, Okla. on July 22nd. Uniform changes must have been costly. A later version of the Miners featured a young Mickey Mantle, fresh out of Oklahoma.
- Made in the USA
- Western Association
- Authentic reproduction of the jersey worn in 1914 by the Joplin Miners
- Authentic gray with royal pinstripe wool flannel
- Royal and Red felt "J" logo
- Item #: JOP14R