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Charlotte Orioles EFF MiLB Vintage V-Neck Baseball Jersey

Charlotte Orioles EFF MiLB Vintage V-Neck Baseball Jersey

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Charlotte Orioles EFF MiLB Vintage V-Neck Baseball Jersey

Charlotte Orioles EFF MiLB Vintage V-Neck Baseball Jersey

Was $173.00 $173.00
Sale: $173.00 (-25% OFF )
Was $139.00
Sold out
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Description: Ebbets is excited to celebrate the heritage of Minor League Baseball that stretches into the modern game with our Vintage Minor League collection. Featuring tackle twill patches and the names and numbers of some of the biggest names to swing through the Minor Leagues.

Product Details:
  • Double-knit polyester with orange body and sleeves
  • Tackle twill patches
  • Cal Ripken Jr. name and number on back
  • Charlotte Orioles left sleeve patch
  • Minor League right sleeve patch
  • Orange, white and royal blue stripes on collar and cuffs
  • Rounded droptail hem
  • Dry Clean Only
  • Imported

League: Southern League

History: 2,632 is the height of an insurmountable peak made achievable by one of baseball’s most beloved icons of the modern era. Drafted by Baltimore in 1978, Cal Ripken Jr. was thrilled to head to a club that saw beyond his pitching ability. After moving through Bluefield in 1978 and Miami in 1979, Cal Ripken Jr. arrived in Charlotte ready to take on what would be his final full minor league season. He was called up to Baltimore in August of 1981 from the Rochester Red Wings, and the next season would kick off his incredible run of 2,632 consecutive appearances, smashing Lou Gehrig’s previous record by 502 games. When his streak ended in 1998 (by choice, not necessity), everyone knew the Hall of Fame was inevitable. His journey came to a close in 2001 with one of the most accolade-laden careers in baseball history. Ripken Jr. earned 19 All-Star selections (earned consecutively), 2 Gold Glove awards, 8 Silver Slugger awards, the Roberto Clemente Award, the American League Rookie of the Year award, 2 American League MVP awards, and a 1983 World Series championship. He is also a member of the 33-player 3,000-hit club. Cal Ripken Jr. was enshrined in the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2007, receiving the highest vote percentage for a position player in history at the time.

Please note: This product cannot be customized.

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