Detroit Stars 1950 Road
Detroit Stars 1950 Road - front
Detroit Stars 1950 Road - back
Detroit Stars 1950 Road - sleeve

Detroit Stars 1950 Road

Independent Negro leagues
History: The Stars were charter members of the Negro National League in 1920. The squad that year included pitcher Bill Holland and catcher Bruce Petway who twice threw out Ty Cobb trying to steal in an exhibition game. The team name was revived in the 1950s the waning post-integration days of the Negro Leagues

Item #: DET50R

Product details

  • Negro League
  • Authentic reproduction of the jersey worn in 1950 by the Detroit Stars
  • Authentic wool flannel with red trim
  • Black script felt lettering
  • #50 on back

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