San Francisco Seals 1934 Road Jersey
History: Joe DiMaggio's career with the New York Yankees almost didn't happen. After a stellar rookie season with the Seals in 1933 (including a 61-game hitting streak), Joe tore the ligaments in his knee while getting out of a jitney in 1934, and it took the persuasion of Yankee scout Bill Essick to keep the Bombers interested in him. DiMaggio returned to the Seals for one more season in 1935 and hit .398. He also led the league in RBIs and triples, and was named the PCL's MVP.
- Made in the USA
- Pacific Coast League
- Authentic reproduction of the jersey worn in 1934 by the San Francisco Seals
- Authentic gray pinstripe wool flannel
- Navy felt lettering
- Felt #10 on the back
- Item #: SFS34R
Please note: This product cannot be customized.