Pacific Coast League

Head west to play ball in the Pacific Coast League! Explore the teams that developed the likes of Joe DiMaggio, Tony Lazzeri, Bobby Doerr and Ted Williams. Ebbets Field Flannels is proud to outfit the Third Major League with 10 new Satin Windbreakers and 8 new hats. The jackets are made with our classic cotton-backed satin, featuring sewn on felt details and sturdy snap closures. Hats are crafted with classic Ebbets wool, finished with our signature green satin undervisor and leather strap. Plus, we're bringing back 8 more of your headwear favorites. Whether you're laying down a bunt at Lane Field, chasing fly balls at Oaks Park or sliding into home at Sick's Stadium, Ebbets Field Flannels has the authentic apparel to make you look and feel like a pro!

PCL: Northern California

Northern California was home to four Pacific Coast League teams. The Sacramento Solons/Senators represented the state’s capitol, while Bay Area fans had three teams to call their own: the Oakland Oaks played at Oaks Park in Emeryville, while San Francisco had the Seals and Missions both playing at Seals Stadium.

PCL: Southern California

The Pacific Coast League featured Southern California teams in Los Angeles and San Diego, the Vernon Tigers, and two different iterations of the Hollywood Stars. From celebrity ownership groups to legal alcohol sales and world class stadiums like Wrigley Field, Southern California’s PCL teams provided a look into the future of the game.

PCL: Pacific Northwest

Of course the Pacific Coast League stretched beyond California, extending up its namesake into the Pacific Northwest. With teams in Portland, Oregon, Seattle Washington and even a Canadian inclusion from Vancouver, B.C., the Pacific Northwest claimed 15 titles between the three teams with the Portland Beavers and Seattle Rainiers accounting for 14 of them.

PCL: Post-1957

The PCL underwent a shift after 1957 when several franchises were displaced by the LA Dodgers and San Francisco Giants. In their place the league added teams in Spokane, Phoenix, Salt Lake City, and perhaps most famously Hawaii. Some teams were returning to the league, while others were brand new additions, but they all expanded the reach of the PCL.

The Stadiums

All up and down the West Coast, Pacific Coast League teams played in majestic modern ballparks as they brought the Major League game to completely new audiences. From Vancouver and Seattle in the North all the way down to Los Angeles and San Diego, fans packed the stadiums to see their local teams take the field.

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