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Seattle Rainiers Hooded Sweatshirt

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History: The Seattle, Washington Rainiers - with Bill Sweeney managing and Artie Wilson at second base - finished a strong second in 1953. Jack Tobin batted in 116 for the Suds to lead the league.

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  • Made in the USA
  • Pacific Coast League
  • 100% Cotton
  • Navy Blue
  • Cream felt "Seattle" Red felt "R"
  • Recommended dry clean or hand wash/lay flat to dry to keep felt crisp
  • Item #: SEAHS
Made in the USA. Made to order, please allow 2-4 weeks for felt lettering sew-down.
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As a Seattle expat - this is the proper gear

John P.
United States United States
Seattle Rainier blue hoodie.

My experience was great. The process was fast and very easy. I would buy from Ebbets flannels again. Thanks

Brian B.
My new go-to hoodie

I had been eyeing this hoodie for quite some time and I am so glad I finally pulled the trigger. It's such a good looking item, the quality is great and it fits perfectly. I'm 6 foot 1 with a lean build and got a medium. I'd highly recommend any of their hoodies to baseball fans who want a more old school look and feel.

Darren E.
United States United States
Rainers Hoodie

Great hoodie. I have purchased items from Ebbets Field at the store when I lived in Seattle. I have never been disappointed.

Robert S.
United States
Expectations got the best of me

It’s a great looking sweatshirt. But the quality of the sweatshirt isn’t what I expected. I was expecting something a little more heavy weight. The fabric of the sweatshirt feels light and cheap. I don’t know why I expected it to be a higher quality or heavier. Maybe it was the idea that stuff was made better back in the day and since Ebbett’s does throwback stuff they would make a sweatshirt that felt like it was made in a time when people cared about the quality of the clothes they sold.