Dublin Irish 1952 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 #: DUB52T

League: Georgia State League

History: The Dublin, Georgia ballclub played up its Irish association on its letterhead with this great clover graphic. They were previously the Dublin Green Sox from 1949-1952, and changed their name to the Irish when they became a minor league affiliate to the Pittsburgh Pirates from 1953-1956.

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    05/20/2020
    Anonymous
    United States United States
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    As always, Quality. Love all the items I've purchased over the years!

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    10/14/2019
    Anonymous
    United States United States
    Item was excellent but...

    hoping for wider selection and restocking of out of stock shirts, especially Cuban league teams.

    MR
    09/17/2019
    Michael R.
    United States United States
    Nice shirt.

    Nice shirt. Runs a bit small. Great design. A bit expensive, but good quality.

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    09/10/2019
    Anonymous
    United States United States
    Great logo, tight in the chest

    this shirt is oddly tight in the chest. I've got a broader/ bigger chest so maybe that's the prob. Oh well. Still a great shirt for others.

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    09/06/2019
    Anonymous
    United States United States
    3 T Shirts

    I bought these as a gift for a friend. I ordered Mediums, but they are too small. We’d like to return them and want to know what the process is. Thanks, Tom McGraw